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Interview With Gunnar Breivik

Physical Activity Researcher

04:46 min | Last week

Interview With Gunnar Breivik

"And im your host not gotten meaningful. Sport is a series of discussions on the y and how involvement is sport than physical activity can be an important part of a life worth living. If you are interested in the theme you might also want to check out meaningful sport dot com there. You can find podcast. Show notes read a blog and access many resources for further explorations of meaningful sport. This is the third and the final part of our discussion with goon. Who is a professor emeritus. At the norwegian school of sport sciences professor bribes work has been foundational in philosophy of sport and it was a great honor for me to have him in the podcast sharing his thoughts and and his exciting work. I will briefly sum up the previous episodes in case you haven't listened to them already. Part one was an exploration of heidegger philosophy and how it can be applied to our thinking. Round sport goner charities working on technology of the sporting human being which builds upon heidegger philosophy but also extends into novel new directions. That can help us understand how we find ourselves in the sporting world in the second part we discussed heidegger notion of authenticity. An how governor has used the when exploring skydiving. We also discussed existentialist ideas about breakdown and temporarily and how to apply these ideas in sport and today in this third and final part of our discussion. We move away from existentialism and focus on ecological sport which has been one of the key topics of goners. Most recent work concerns of sustainability are among the pressing concerns of our collective human agenda worldwide. But what would ecologically sustainable and ecologically acceptable sport. Look like how much do we need to rethink the way we practice sport or even the fundamental ideas of sport. You know a society. Let's listen to what gunar has to say. I think now it would be really a nice time point to talking time so Let's let's move on a little bit to discuss Some of your reason work. You have written about this already a long time ago. But now you have In in some of your reason work started to connect sports. today's pressing global concerns about sustainability. And an and what is going to happen to our our planet as a whole in terms of the environmental crisis. So you've pointed an inspired philosophy With few exceptions there hasn't been Discussions about what is what would be an ecologically acceptable or sustainable sport. And what would it look like. And so One of the things that you have drawn upon in your own work of exploring this ecological sustainable sport mr norwegian philosopher hardness so Let's let's start explorations of the that topic area and you can. You can tell a little bit more about the arneses work on on deep ecology whether on unnecessity interesting in many ways First of all he will set a leading national philosopher when he discovered so to say the importance of the the new science of ecology which came up in the sixties of the costumes. Famous Night in sixty two Pity tips on how they change the world there Use of the new system theory asks the ecology and on s became interested in that he had another also so to say it in spindle saas philosophy and Which is also looking at the account. Everything hands together in a choke hold any combined base amount and

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European Road Tripping In 1975 with Marshall & Debbie Hockett

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

05:57 min | Last month

European Road Tripping In 1975 with Marshall & Debbie Hockett

"Hello Travel, nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. Host Travis Sherry and joining me today or to people who in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, hopped on a plane to Europe. Grabbed the VW named Banana spent a year exploring the continent and then wrote a book about it forty five years later Marshal and Debbie, Hawk it from tripping nine hundred and seventy-five dot com marshland. Debbie thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Thanks for having us and we are going to get into the adventure that you had in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five. This is a travel podcast after all, we're GONNA, talk about all your travels and how things have changed but to me, the most impressive part isn't the trip itself but that you wrote a book about it, forty five years later because so many people say I want to write a book I WANNA, write a book I want to write a book and I'll get eventually and you know they never do. So you guys are part of a very small minority that actually did it. So let's let's start with that. Tell us. How the book finally got written and why did it why we find like we got we got to do this. We just have to finish this life goal. Well the book was written all the time, all those years they happened to be A book that was given to us by one of our friends, it was a blank page book. And it was a hardback on the spine of the book was written tripping nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy five and our friend presented it to us before we laughed. Oh look. Just happened as. The original. So he wrote a journal every almost every day the woman who gave us this we're about A. Week from going on this trip for a year and she with noticed us. She gave us this book and she said. You've got to be completely truthful. You got be truthful and I want to be the first person who reaches thing. her name Melissa Marian Marcus. I said sure. I agree to those terms. Traveling for a year. When we got back. She was the first person reading. She loved. Unfortunately. Mary died of cancer. So. Anyhow I was busy having my own law firm. Makes CETERA. Sat on the shelf. This on behind. So it sat there for a long time a long time. We resumed our careers. Marshall had a really good a domestic family law practice in San Diego. And then he was appointed by governor, to be a judge, you weren't just sitting around not doing anything. Let's put it that way. Right you guys now. Retirement. We already had our retirement. That's right. That's right. You're taking it early. So so you go through this and the book sits on the shelf and sitting there and singer take us then to the decision to actually. Make into a published book that it is. Now, whose idea was it? was there any hesitation to doing it or did you think now after all these years you know we have to? That was known for traveling because just like you are. Trailing I was talking to court Turco and she was saying Gosh all the places you've been your write a book. Some clicked in my mind I said you know I think Arne. So. So I. Needed to. Do. Prologue. epilogue. Their tell her he made a sense of easy. It was not easy. Now hold on here. Yeah. Just just type it up epilogue prologue but. was, it was it word for word from the Journal or did you have to go back and you know add some different language or or make it read more like a book like I corrected some spelling? Errors. There were many corrections at all. It's it's pretty much word for word. Wow. Wow what and so you mentioned that you guys are now you're known for traveling. That wasn't the only trip that you talk all that kind of stuff. What do you see? As some of the biggest differences between like when you travel and then. Now or recently and back then because that must have been a pretty neat trip down memory lane. Going back through the book, typing it up. But then saying, well, this could never happen nowadays or this wouldn't happen nowadays because of this this and this gives us some of the biggest differences. The number of tourists. It's crazy now. So way less tourist. Then then there are now have you have you noticed that like just across Europe or would you say it's kind of a worldwide phenomenon now at this point like it's just so much more accessible for let's say regular everyday people to get a plane ticket to go see a place that they've always dreamed of seeing. That's what I would say. Yes. And since more people have traveled and written books. About it I think people wanted to travel more you can't touch stone. Stonehenge. They don't allow that you guys now. You can't see. The. Mona. Lisa, they're just eighty thousand lots of tourists near behind them across the room at A. Painting that is now the size of. Came

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Los Angeles Unified School District Launches Online But With Massive Testing, Tracing Push To Speed Return To Classrooms

All Things Considered

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Unified School District Launches Online But With Massive Testing, Tracing Push To Speed Return To Classrooms

"School District is planning to start classes in online on Ly mode this week. But the plan is to soon start slowly inviting folks to campuses for periodic test starting first with skeleton crews that are currently working on district campuses and eventually widening toe all employees and the students and there's a Big name signed on to this effort, Stanford Johns Hopkins to health insurance providers, Microsoft and then co chairing the task force to coordinate this effort is former U. S Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. Which sort of gives you a sense of just how ambitious this this programme is.

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A call for quick coronavirus testing

Science Magazine Podcast

06:01 min | 4 months ago

A call for quick coronavirus testing

"First up this week we have staff writer Robert Service he's GonNa. Talk About Rapid Corona Virus Testing Bob. You write about rapid testing this week because even though we've ramped up from maybe a hundred thousand tests per week in March two, now five, million her week. This is all in the US there's still a lot of lag in when people get results and we're seeing a lot of uncontrolled spread. How would a new strategy based on rapid testing work? The problem there is a set the whole testing scheme using a diagnostic test is just not really addressing one of the key questions of. The current pan-demic and that question is not so much do I as a patient am is sick today or not from this disease, but the question is more of a public health question it's Where is this disease in our community? Who has it doesn't have it then can we identify people quickly in order to get them to self isolate and that way break the chain of transmission of the coronavirus so if you're coming at this from a public health angle, why is it important for the test to turnaround rapidly the speed with which you can give an and get a result back turns out to be the most important factor in reducing the transmission of a virus in the community. If you get a test and get the result within fifteen minutes or half an hour, you get a positive result, you can take yourself out of circulation not. Go to the grocery store not go to your friends barbecue or whatever, and that in a community will begin to lower the transmission of the virus pretty quickly. What are the differences between a rapid test like you described and the diagnostic PR has? No. We started talking about there are a couple of different classes of these rapid tests. One class of them uses an approach that's pretty similar to CR. They do some of the steps differently or skip some steps and most of those have sensitivity that's quite high. So they can still be used as diagnostics and one example I think that we're probably all familiar with is at the white. House uses a rapid. Tests called the Abbot idea now test. So that's great for the White House and it would be fantastic if we could all get such a rapid test, the problem is, is that those aren't available on the scale of hundreds of millions of people but there are other tests that could be there are Jessica on Antigen tests that worked very differently. They tests for the viral proteins. These tests are what people might think of like a pregnancy test where it's just a simple. Yes no answer. There's not a whole lot of extra machinery involved. So they can be really cheap you can make him by the millions. Tens of millions, hundreds of millions, and so then you can begin to think of designing a system that's very different. How cheap are these tests? The Antigen task for the of the rapid test his tests in general can be around one hundred dollars or more the rapid. Tests can be down to twenty dollars in hopes of maybe using cool strategies or something like that. You drive it down possibly even the ten dollars tests that starting to get pretty good. The Antigen tests can be made for as little as a buck or two. So they're really quite cheap. Then it becomes possible as a national strategy to begin thinking about giving these to everybody PC. Has An amplification step where it looks for peace of Arne, and then it makes a bunch of copies of it. So the signal is strong whereas an antigen test it's looking for a scrap of protein and it might be easier to miss someone who is positive but the sample didn't capture that the antigen test doesn't amplify anything because it's not amplifying anything it's not sensitive, it tends to. Very low levels of the virus. But what I think a lot of epidemiologists are coming around to the idea of that might not be such a bad thing. Because in the case of this novel coronavirus, what happens when people get infected is their body in the first couple of days starts to produce more and more virus, and then it goes up really rapidly than it plateaus at some point and then comes down on this long tail, and then it kind of stretches out for a long time where people can have low levels. Of the virus for a very long time and the problem is is the PCR machines can pick that up and say, Hey, you've got this corona virus genetic material you might be positive. Well, you might only infect others when they're really cranking out there large amount of virus, and that's what most epidemiologists think today. So the Antigen tests though they are less sensitive than the PR. Their flagging people who are at risk of being most effective with from a public health standpoint. That's exactly the people you want to identify, and if you have a strategy that focuses on rapid testing of a broad swath of the public, you're also going to want to do it multiple times and so you might pick up somebody if an antigen tests miss them the next time then take a test that is absolutely key. So that's one of the other things says being recommended. You don't just give people one Antigen test and call it good. You would give them a whole batch and say, hey. Every three days. Even if it's if you have a test seventy percent accuracy or sensitivity, you might miss thirty percent of the people on that first test. But then you're going to pick up seventy percent of those thirty percent on the second test and on and on and on, and so you're going to pretty quickly catch up part of the way to think about that is the PTR tests are dismissing these people altogether because they're not even testing huge swath of a symptomatic people because they're just saying, well, we only have enough tested around from symptomatic people. They're just letting those go right by and so the. Virus continues to transmit through all those people, which is why there's become this huge debate about Masson trying to find other ways to contain the virus.

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Major hotels to require guests wear masks nationwide

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Major hotels to require guests wear masks nationwide

"Soon be mandatory at the world's biggest hotel hotel chain. At least outside your rooms we hear from ABC is Alex Stone Face coverings have already been mandatory for workers at Marriott Hotels. Now CEO Arne Sorenson, making the announcement that customers laugh to wear masks went outside of their hotel rooms. Even the recent spikes across the U. S. And with guidance from health officials. We are now extending the requirement to wear face masks in all indoor public spaces of hotels to our guests, he says. The rule applies it all Marriott hotels even in counties and states that don't have mask requirements like Stone ABC News, however, in

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Chicago to seek input from families before announcing school reopening plans

Steve Cochran

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago to seek input from families before announcing school reopening plans

"They're Lightfoot has yet to announce school opening plans for CPS this fall. She says the district has created a framework that they want to get input from families before making any decision. Former education secretary and former Chicago public school CEO Arne Duncan Tells w. G. M's Roe, Conn. Districts have three options. One is that no one goes back to school to start the school year physically, which is what San Diego and Ella have decided today and other other folks have is well. Second would be to have everyone go back and third would be a hybrid situation. Teachers are concerned that even with the best safeguards in place in person learning won't be safe for students or

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Students may not get "the true college experience" this year

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:00 min | 5 months ago

Students may not get "the true college experience" this year

"While the Corona virus sweeps the nation colleges and universities of figuring out how to keep the pandemic. From reaching their campuses as they prepare for the upcoming academic school year. Alonso Har, a rising junior at Princeton, plans to take his college classes nearly 7000 miles from campus. After traveling to South Korea for an internship earlier this year. He's decided to stay. I don't know if it would be The best idea to go back and you know completely exposed myself in the environment. If people knife and now everyone's going to get seriously, including college students for instant, like many other schools will require everyone on campus to wear face coverings indoors at all times, except when students are in their assigned rooms don't have toe social distance and isolate. Everyone in their own room. It's just not really appealing. To me. It doesn't really feel like the true Polish experience. Incoming Harvard freshman Yasmin Bezos was excited over the university's announcement Monday that it will welcome 40% of undergrads to campus, including all freshman students will be tested every three days on campus. Start someone of a normal experience. Do you feel like you're taking a health risk by going back? Definitely not. Especially considering my age. If I was a lot older, I'd be concerned. Some faculty, parents and health experts have expressed concerns about the virus spreading quickly among Social college students. Last week, More than 100 students living in fraternity houses near the University of Washington reported testing positive for Cupid, 19 The Chronicle of Higher Education looked at the campus reopening plans at more than 1000 schools. 60% plan to return to an in person semester. 9% will continue all remote learning. In 24% will offer a mix with the others. Still deciding. Schools also have to consider that students may not want to pay full tuition toe learn online universities are absolutely under financial pressure, but that cannot be the driver. What happens, The health and safety are students, faculty stare administrators. That has to be first and foremost, a former U. S. Secretary of education. Arne Duncan says he understands students frustrations and hopes they will see the big picture. Let me clear. This is one false. This is one single fall, and we have to be willing to do the right thing to get through this to get to the other side. So our next fall on the next full after next ball after that would be much better from now. If there's a campus outbreak, CDC officials advise shutting down buildings In fact, in working with local health officials to trace contacts in the community spread is substantial. They advise. Making sure that those in person classes are suspended for a much longer period of time that CBS's mega Oliver

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"arne" Discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

02:56 min | 6 months ago

"arne" Discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

"So. Parents comfortable with some uncomfortable truths, okay, one of them is that they may not be a single best answer from a science standpoint, and therefore the uncomfortable truth is, we may be going into the fall doing the best we can without a reliable answer and I know that's frustrating for parents, but that may be in fact where we are. I think it's one hundred percent where we're going to be. Even more explicitly than you did. There was not a single best answer here and your host is trying to physical college campus this fall. My daughter's trying to go to physical college campuses fall in. We don't know whether that's going to happen. It may happen. It may not if it does happen, she may have to return home. It's point things may have to close down and so we have to be to your point, which is really important one. We have to be very We have to get used to that almost a comfortable..

Honoring George Floyd with Real Change, a Statement from Marriott

Squawk Pod

06:51 min | 6 months ago

Honoring George Floyd with Real Change, a Statement from Marriott

"CEO Arne Sorenson, and addressing the recent events surrounding race in this country, and in his company in a recent linked posts, saying for many years I've tried to use my purchased Marriott to advocate for opportunity for all regardless of race, gender, nationality, or any other point of human difference, each person deserves to be recognized for who we are and respected for common humanity, and the distinct qualities that make us unique joining us right now. Is Arne Sorenson? He is the CEO of Marriott international and Arnie. It's great to see you. Thanks for being with us today. Becky you to. Want to set this against the proper backdrop, obviously, the last several months have been incredibly difficult for everybody in the Travel and leisure industry. You are a global company. You've got more than seven thousand properties, one hundred and thirty one different countries, so you've been watching the arc of this as it all takes place, you've had to close properties. You've had to furlough employees. Where are we right now? How many of your properties are actually still shuttered? How many? Employees. Have you had to furlough? How many have you been able to bring back? Less aggression there, of course, the impact of Covid nineteen has been profound on our business. We've seen. By Revenue Sales, at army tells by ninety percent globally starting of course I in China then moving around the world as we got into March. And are low point. We had about two thousand, nine, hundred seventy five hundred hotels that were closed around the world. We've probably reopened three to four hundred of those I. Think when we look at even in the United States. We see the early signs of recovery, although we've gone from something like minus ninety percent revenue, something like minus eighty percent revenue so well in percentage terms. If you think about it from the bottom is up one hundred percent. is still a long long. Before and we suspect it's going to be. A slow climb beck. Levels we nineteen. So that sets the backdrop for what a difficult several months it's been already and how much you have on your plate. Employees are kind of watching this and not knowing what's happening on, either then you have the civil unrest and the riots that have taken place, and that adds to it so as A. What did this mean? Warning label to do. What are you hearing from your employees? This is obviously a just blew latest reminder, a frustratingly long Sharon criminal justice, particularly for for blacks and urban cities in the United States. where! There is unfairness that is profound, a and I suppose the only thing that are is what positive about this is the availability of cell. And the fact that we can see the outrageous behavior that obviously. Killed George Floyd in Minneapolis. Allows US I think to some sometimes. Put aside your search for him big. Unity Instead, say this is a profoundly unacceptable. And start to turn the corner in eight now. What is it that we can do about it? When I blog about this weekend, of course was was quite personal. I woke up Saturday morning and had this on my mind as everybody did. and. This is something we should communicate about. I'm obviously not black leader in a business community him United States. We have a very diverse work group and wanted to communicate with them like the more I think about it. It is not just a question about what we Mary Do, which is really the focus of blog, but recognize that what any individual company can do is simply not enough. We've gotTA. Find a way to. Make a dramatic more progress can. Is Space than any single company? Can You well what does that translate into in real terms? Arnie we, all the conversations are underway in a number of different organizations, so the VRT for Jampel is is talking about fitness a real time as we speak. I think many of us are are using our networks, folks both inside and outside our companies to. Talk about places we can make a difference I think I. Think and must each of us do what we can with our workforce and with our partnerships, unity's where we do business, but I think that we can band together also through outfits like the Bart recognized that we've got to work on criminal justice issues which. Company can't do probably ending together and advocating. Criminal Justice around educational opportunity around access to healthcare around access to financial resources. These are for big areas that. Collectively. We can push for not just. What can we do as companies, but what can we? Help implement in the policy space. To to put this outrageous behavior bindis. SAY THAT! These are real time conversations that are happening with you and your peers at the Business Roundtable How quickly do you think that this is something that can, it can translate into action. We had Randal Stevenson a former head of the business roundtable on earlier this week, and he said that look when any of these big companies kind of put their mind to it, they they can have a significant amount of say in policy in Washington and that we've seen it happen time and time again. For issues that are near, and dear to any of these individual companies, hearts or that make a real difference for business business doesn't work free markets don't work in an environment where a large class of our people are perceiving and experiencing injustice, so we have an imperative to begin to use our muscle and are influenced to begin to affect policy change to address this. That this is something where? This is a moment that all of these companies are going to stick with us and say that this A. An agenda that has to carry down I do I do it again. By suggesting for a second, Bart ought to band together and use its force together. I'm not crying. Excuse the conduct that any individual company will be we will continue to be very active in this space as myriad, but I think collectively would be that much louder and I think the Bart and other organizations will move very quickly and will not let up on this. I think our employees basis demand. I think society demands it. I think fundamental aspects of fairness and the importance of opportunity. demands it and I think as a consequence. Is this event I? Don't know whether you had a chance to see prisoner after noon. But one of the things that I found some

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Pink Taco founder Harry Morton's cause of death revealed

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Pink Taco founder Harry Morton's cause of death revealed

"Three cause of death released for Harry Morton founder of the pink taco restaurant chain found dead in his Beverly hills home in November the coroner's office says Morton who is thirty eight died a natural death the cause of death listed as probable cardiac arrest mia secondary causes of other hard problems Morton came from a family of restaurant owners his father Peter co founded the hard rock cafe and his grandfather Arne founded

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"arne" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

05:52 min | 10 months ago

"arne" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"All be here with the ball. Is your favorite podcast in an Indian accent. We are back again to fill the gap. After the All star break with Takato adjusted and the weekend with the Beneath Zion Dunk Contest. Which us the three point on stretchers year the dunk contest which was ooh and the main attraction rituals who speaking of Samad Effects. I've got to me as always that thing to my time someone who can bring up. Tim Duncan in a conversation out of nowhere and someone who was deeply disappointed by the result of a state election. Five hundred miles away. My cohost VINITA. We need. How's the traffic in Budapest? My friend is pretty good. I was in Vienna four five days so I just I missed the All Star game Because I was in the bus but I caught up with all the highlights and also caught up with the entire game. So I've seen everything and ready for the leak process. Come to some use than yes yes so. I'm already his sport gus today. We we don't have to always talk about facts and you know I'm I'm always be rewriting history this if you know what? I mean yes I know what you mean is only easy that you know you could do it with state right propaganda machine. You have to come back to main reason for this discussing discussing. It's for trying to figure out whether we can do a video. Podcast and discuss the most pressing issues of the day will go chronologically. So that it's easier to balance out the thing and then we can save the isolated so speech by for the last. Okay so the first thing we would discuss. We're discussing obviously still Friday all star weekend game. I think last avenue but that did you attend the US world event. I didn't it end. User was something I think I went for the India thing junior. Nba whatever stuff you at that time. Judea and be. Oh Yes yes yes yes yes yes I mean though the US just blew out the world which is very surprising twelve better. I think it was close. 'cause I saw the game I saw the game like I went to play and then I came back and I saw the game by having read so I actually saw the game like not live. Obviously but like Macbeth's for the first two quarters Nick Nick Nick but at the third quarter I think the MVP. I forgot who that guy was a on us not. I thought he was absolutely the person who didn't promise much. Elliot as much as he short had absolutely remarkable like. It didn't try to do too much nonsense. He didn't stop the game midway to dunk contest and then failed those dunks. I mean come on. We wanted to finish one of those things. That's followed those things and I think that's what I've been perfect. 'cause like even the attempts that he made that you know. You could even think that somebody would do that off the backboard between foul and missed it. I was like no okay then given what time let's break did not look what okay. I'll take your word for it. I have a lot of Lipson I. I'm taking over over. Dhaka for now Luca. And he's my man. I I love a man. I mean. He's just amazing. Biden Diana's more okay. I mean it's not like He. He doesn't ask for the ball. That was if I was that powerful. I would just ask for the ball like I ask for the ball at my height and my imagine if I was his height in history I would just keep asking for the public. I would be like giving the wall. This is going to be one of those things out and come back and say I told you so I always looking. Players is how many points they create by themselves. Like what I mean by that is like it's not they don't need to create create the point they go get the rebound they steal not like Russell Westbrook's kind of students okay. This property is like a violin right. So that's the reason I always love. Island is because he got his points like he was sixteen points a game in the third in four point fifteen seasons and there was no place for Hillary. Barnes got his t's if you're three technician I see the same enzyme right he gets. He gets his off offensive. Put backs the running some place for him but most of his points on kvant plays around for him so I think that's that's very very good quality in a high gala player. Luke is very different. Look doesn't have the ball as kind of useless. It doesn't do anything is just like do. My opinion generally does kind of players. I don't I don't really like and I don't think they really will unless they are Kobe. Bryant okay thought to be you had to say but it is sort of like the I mean the only compliment. I've heard from you on Kobe. Style you have to.

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The Murder of Heather Dawn Church

True Crime Garage

08:21 min | 1 year ago

The Murder of Heather Dawn Church

"It took almost two years to find the remains of Heather Church and the crime scene where the remains were found offered offered no clues as to who the perpetrator of this abduction and murder could be the daily sentinel ran an article with the headline girls remains pains found after two year search this from the Associated Press the article labeled Timothy Belbek. The man who found her skull and reported ended his findings as a transient camper and states the death was ruled a homicide and the coroner's report indicates. Heather suffered blunt force trauma trauma to the head. This article has some interesting pieces of information in here as well. It goes on to say heather was last seen wearing white cotton mm pajamas and no shoes she had laid out an outfit for school and her wedding was rumbled as if she was asleep until something Ed awaken her enter Lou Smit who is loose mic captain his detective that likes to climb in and out of windows. NDO is probably best known for his involvement in the Jon Benet Ramsey case. I think he's on the smaller side to captain that might make give him the the extra super ability of climbing in and out of windows you'd think so. I don't think he looks small to me. I didn't either but I read read some story where he decided. When he first became a police officer he needed to balk up because he was like I want to say he was like five have six to maybe five seven but like one hundred and fifty pounds when he first started on the force he got into some situation where he said a A large woman was attempting to drag him across the street and she was having some success and that's when he decided I got to start going to the gym. I got beef up if I'm going to be there. I think that was my mother. Well you know I like to use the term supercop loose-knit. It is certainly a super cop in his career. He worked on more than two hundred murder cases in which a suspect had been arrested and tried for for their crimes he was a detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department. He joined the force way back in nineteen sixty six and worked his way way all the way up to the rank of detective. Liu help to get the arrest and conviction of spree killer Freddie Glenn and his accomplice. This Michael Corbett Glenn was found guilty of murdering three people in Nineteen seventy five at one of them being a Karen grammer. That's correct correct this including the killing of Karen grammer younger sister of actor Kelsey grammer he was also involved in the arrest and conviction Shen of Michael Corbett. This was Freddie Glenn's accomplice so together we have. Glenn who was found guilty of murdering three people nineteen seventy five Glenn Corbett together were responsible for a total of five deaths in and around Colorado Springs back in nineteen seventy five so now I would like to introduce you to another man John Anderson now. I'm not talking about money in the bank in Seminole Wind John Anderson no I'm talking about the John Anderson who I will deem to be another supercop. Anderson was sworn in in January of Nineteen Ninety five have as El Paso County's new sheriff and with him came loose smit Anderson wanted two things one for Lou Smith to take over as captain of detectives in El Paso County and to to solve heather churches case which by this time nineteen ninety-five was looking like it would never be solved in the over three years of the case law enforcement really only developed per the evidence evidence in interviews a few suspects some of the members of Heather's Church at one point turned on one another heather's Sunday schoolteacher teacher and a family friend were questioned extensively as we're heather's parents everyone police in the FBI looked at either had an the iron clad alibi passed a polygraph test or both again this included heather's parents Diane and might definitely a lot of suspicion towards awards the parents. I think when you have a case like this where you have no leads no clues. That's Kinda where the direction that it just naturally takes on yeah now in nineteen ninety five loose-knit took over as captain of detectives and he took over the Heather Church investigation. Lou is pretty old school and he said that regardless of what other people thought that they knew about the case case Mike and Diane Church were not suspects. He said he knew very early on in his investigation that they together nor separate were involved loved in any way after meeting them both and speaking with them separately. Smith believed they were truly victims and far too good of people to do something so terrible is not clear whether or not they took polygraph test and passed or not right the information nation. I have that came from the sheriff's. Department states that they did okay now. Smith also offered up after speaking with the parents he offered up. Some of his expert opinions on the case to the parents have either. He told them he would catch the man that killed her. He said he he believed the perpetrator was an intelligent mail and that his name was already in the case file he also believed unlike the FBI that the motive behind why the PERP entered the church home may not have been sexual. Smith wanted to start his investigation at the very very beginning and reviewing the case he noted the recovery of fingerprints from the Crime Scene Captain Schmidt recognized that although the prince had been forwarded to both the FBI in the CBI he was aware that there were in fact ninety two separate automated fingerprint identification systems or Apis for short so here we are once more capped at the latent fingerprints left on the master bedroom window screen from from inside Heather Churches House. Yet seems like that's the biggest piece of evidence. We have forensics expert. Thomas Carney was is the man who educated smit on the trouble with the fingerprint systems in fact Carney he came from Miami. He worked in law enforcement and and Miami he was the first person to compile a list of the eighth systems in the United States Canada and Mexico and Short North America as said this number as of nineteen ninety five was ninety two of these systems. Carney Arne put together ninety two sets of black and white photographs of the prince that they found on the window screen and this was to be mailed off off to all ninety two automated finger printing identification systems in March of Nineteen ninety-five. They got the call they were waiting on for years so sound the trumpets Captain Burke where we're still working on the trumpets your occur at that was good taking lessons. That was good but I mean we. We need some actual real trumpets. They got a match and fact they got two matches one in California and one in Louisiana so ninety two of these different places they send off these photographs two of them. Call back and say hey we we gotta match for you on those fingerprints that you sent us

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"arne" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

14:21 min | 1 year ago

"arne" Discussed on The Big Ones

"This tastes funny. Did I NO NO I. I oh Tom Tom you're looking. You're looking a little peaky. You're changing colors. There was no. I'm your sweat out me. How why poison in your coffee you were trying to poison me. You need me that duck. Die Can't believe oh he that you were going to murder me on our anniversary to. I can't believe I've been living living with a stranger and a murderer. I'm sorry no I won't please no. I'm going to watch you die. Pay for what you did. Ooh what you were trying to do and I'm GONNA. I'm GonNa live for a long time. Tom KEENE really wow gene star really. Is You really stood up for herself. She's going to go on classmates organ reconnect connect with her her high school boyfriend exactly. I don't know I would still put Jane in a very she's in quite predicament by not saving someone because she wasn't inherent danger while she was not okay you're saying it's not like he was attacking her earns picked up the Candelabra and smacked him over the head. Yeah I know you're right. You're it's a little bit having played her Hi Do I did have a very different vantage point. I feel very ashamed I mean as empowered as I feel and as as hopeful full as I am about my bright future without Tom my murderous husband yeah. I've I feel guilty interesting so it did okay it brought up some stuff so you were emboldened in the moment right but it wasn't you didn't feel like it was self defense to let him die no because he just looked so sad and you know you're looking at a man to write reaching her little fingers off I'll never forget that image. It's yeah. I don't know I mean what if she found out I mean. There's the thing I'm all for self defense but when it's she no one's an inherent danger it's like the thing I don't know there was just a case where a man was arrested for buying poison on the dark web like untraceable poison. You can only get on the dark web and he was going to poison his wife so this stuff isn't just hypothetical. I know and you know what scares me is back. In the day. People used to poison clothes member when people used to like put on like poison dresses and stuff and they die well. I did that a really healthy. No yeah it really happened it will also. I mean the Russians are the Russians there poisoning people. Were there just some rolex. Russian spies who just like sat on a bench and got exposed was to some chemical and then the guy like went home and gave it to the people around him. I guess there are people poisoning people out there right. It happens yeah. Okay AAC poisoned clothing does come from Greek mythology Indian Vellupillai in American legends but Amanda Remember when we went to Savannah and we went to that that house was that Kevin Spacey Movie House Oh Oh midnight in the garden of good news today and they had a a box of like bugs and they were like if you touched any of this these bugs they're poisoned member. They were like dried bugs or something like that or dried flowers. Um like arsenic. I don't know I feel like people back in the day. They were doing it a lot but we can't find any record enough poison clothing. Will what happened to that dark web guy. Does he go to jail. He got he got caught even though he didn't kill anybody but mercury. That's what it was. Mercury killer clothing was all the rage in the nineteenth century arsenic dresses mercury hats and flammable clothing caused a lot of pain and this from National Geographic lamble. ooh Hats flammable clothing firstly. We'll have you actually just read about this too that there was a woman who bought some knockoff ponds face cream from Mexico or had mercury and mercury sometimes in very tiny doses is used as like a bleaching agent agent for skin. She put on her face and like she. I don't know if she's died yet but she was in critical condition like her. Whole body went numb from this cream that was riddled with mercury. Listen to this. Many people think that the that mad as a hatter you know the saying mad as a hatter which leads the mad hatter and Allison Wonderland refers to the mental and physical all side effects hat makers endured from using mercury in their craft so what was mercury used for in the hat making crafts. Haberdashery Pachauri craft isn't a called a day. We're used to treat hare and Rabbit for in the seventeenth thirties which makes sense of the mad hatter hatter would have the the the march hare. Whatever you know wonder lay on it's all making says actually reminds me of a medium article that I didn't read but come into of my inbox today and it was about a woman in the renaissance. Who made poisoned makeup? That's so weird I should have read it it and then I would have had something poison makeup to kill their hugs they would put on lipstick but have the game of thrones were then maybe the husband would like kiss this them or touch them and then they would probably take an antidote and then the husband would die. Wow that's an that's a medium article that that we should should. We should read yeah you guys. Check it out. Check arsenic was everywhere in Victorian Britain although it was known to be used as a murder weapon that cheap natural element was used in candles curtains and wallpaper. Oh my God what because it was a mind I know because it died. Fabric Bright Green Arsenic also ended up dresses gloves shoes artificial flower res that women used to decorate their hair and clothes I mean people were going crazy. Don't people now like there's so how much like aluminum and stuff in lotions and sunscreens and so aren't we all just bathing in aluminum all day. I I'd love to take an eleven. I'm sure I'm I don't know guys all lead. I just feel like if some if you're not an inherent danger that you do have to let the authorities deal with the person that yeah but would you would you hold against someone if you learned that they hadn't and they had withheld the antidote. Would you hold that against someone would you. I'm sorry I'm so sorry but would you. I mean not really feels like sweet just Jess Jess. I Know I love that show what show but it seems like if you could be on the CW cupcake cupcakes who owns a cupcake shop also a lawyer. Yeah wasn't ex-lawyer retired. Lawyer sweet just've sweet. God it up sorry written. No I see what you when you put us in yeah when you put it that way you do kind of understand. I mean if there's like a psycho murderous husband and who dies for being a cycle murderous husband like wow that worked out for everyone now the question. The original question of is it as bad odd to does is it. Is there a difference between putting poison in the coffee. The prison drinks it. They die or the person puts the CO poisoning their own coffee drinks it and you don't give them the antidote to me. They're both the same yeah yeah I think they're out of your intent from the beginning and you procured but the poison right then I think that's negligence leaving the poison out yeah but I still think if you have the antidote and you don't hand it over because now and it was just a sheer accident like he thought the half-and-half or yeah. What did he think that the rat poison coffee was because some people back maybe this this is in the ninety s when people used powdered creamer ninety well? Does anyone use powdered creamer anymore office building. I don't you don't you do I will say I keep some in the cabinet as a backup in case I'm out of the normal creamer okay well. That's crazy that you would say well who use it then. You have t if I'm desperate. Actually I don't take cream in my coffee unless it's an afternoon noon coffee why afternoon coffee in the morning. I just like it black but afternoon coffee. Maybe I'm having it more as a sweet substitute in which case I'll put some the cream yeah but in the morning it's more utilitarian will now. I feel like you're at risk because if you have like powdered coffeemate in the back of of your cupboard easily mistaken for raid I Amanda I'm really worried about the cockroaches coffee creamer her concerned but I told you I told you on the podcast right how matt is so trustworthy that he ate that zinc thinking I gave Matt spill and I thought it was that was on the Patriot. I hear okay so I am. You know like zinc oxide. When you're getting a cold you let it dissolve into your tongue. It's like a little kind of citrus. Chris Flavor tablet so I had this like tube and I met was getting sick and as a cure take this and I gave him like this. It looks like Toms he put it in his mouth and he goes only. What am I supposed to eat. Yeah you're supposed to eat it like just let it dissolve in your mouth and he's like. Oh Ain't GonNa go and then I was like what a baby until a couple of times I gave him these tablets and he like like eight them and I was like oh my gosh. Why is he making such a big deal. I know they don't taste great but then I got a little cold I caught has called and I took when I put it in my mouth and it was actually emergency okay so you were supposed to dissolve it in a big glass of water and it was like the most horrible thing I I cannot believe you. Listen to me and you eight says he trusts really scary. It really is scary yeah. He knew something was wrong but I said No. No no you just eat it and and he went okay wow more and more like tom and Jane Doe. I think this is your bio-pic actually story yours psycho dot com weird actually sending these questions the journal Journal well. Should we get to the deer big one. I have a here usually read them. Do you want me to read it. You can read it sure so this is when we answer a question from one of our listeners. This is from Matijas. Okay dear the big ones longtime listener first-time emailer here congratulate congrats on starting your own network. That is no mean feat. I imagine I have of a bit of a dilemma that I could use your help with. I have been a Grad student in the field of Ethno Gra ethnography for about a year now unfortunately Grad school pool. Life hasn't turned out quite as I imagined for some reason I think I don't really fit in at the department I get along fairly well with my fellow students but I haven't really developed any deep deep friendships over the last this last year and because I have moved away to pursue this opportunity. I don't really have much contact with my friends from school or Undergrad either all so this would be bearable but unfortunately I think the teachers don't especially like me. They are perfectly polite around me but that is exactly it with other students students. They are joking around and generally more relaxed. The Department is small and pretty tight knit and I feel like I don't really belong there. I'm merely being tolerated. GAW Aw terrible. Luckily however I am doing luckily however I'm currently doing fieldwork in the Philippines and I am absolutely loving it here. I'm imbedded with a small community of fishermen on the island of CR CR Gow and I'm recording how globalization is impacting their traditional diet and customs these days they fish almost exclusively for pricing Ma fish and send the fillets on the fish market in and and sent the fillets onto the fish market of Manila and from thence to Hong Kong and even divide the fishermen themselves are mostly living off stew made from the heads and fins of their catch. I was received very warmly in the village. In over my time here have made deep connections with the villagers. I have actually been offered by the elders to stay for longer. Maybe even for good in the light of my difficulties it Grad school and with nothing really holding me in my old life. I am seriously considering this offer so here's my question to you. Should I eat maw for the rest of my life. If it means I didn't have to go to school. I it was so riveted by that story on something they God. God is good good this right. 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"arne" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"arne" Discussed on The Big Ones

"A new new podcast called green eggs and Dan and the host of this podcast is comedian Dan adult who's a friend of the big ones. He's also been on so many awesome shows like JILLION dollars properties shameless last comic standing and ghost girls and yeah yeah yeah. He's a big comedian but he's also a real foodie. He sits down with a comedian guest and he talks about their relationship with food what they like to eat when they're hung over. He looks in their fridge and they just you know go at it. Can I tell you about some of the guests that I love the hat on yet. Paul Tompkins Michelle Bateaux love her Scott Walker men Fab Hall Rust Amanda. Where do I go. How do I how do so you can listen to green eggs and Dan on apple podcast spotify stitcher or wherever you get your podcast. I'm subscribed Ivan listening. It's great super charming Super Fun. They come Matt Every Wednesdays. I write this fall girl by were Va- it was expecting we're GONNA take. Do you need something. No I'm good. I got this little sparkling water. I know I I I got a bunch of stuff for the Fridge Ridge in the office and it's really Nice yes. So what are we all drinking. Actually I really love this Arnie in our drinking unsweetened lemon spin drift but I can't believe this is unsweetened because it it doesn't me taste a little. Please really sweet. Doesn't these really sweet not really sweet bud. It's trader Joe's and these aren't that Cheam. I ages spare no expense. There is some canned wine in the refrigerator each y. You've tried the peach wine peach yeah. It's it's a little sweet but you know it's really good on. I mix it with. Maybe one of the spindle that would be really good. Yeah it is Monday at one thirty. I mean I nice crashed Saturday somewhere all right. Are you ready for the big big one or need okay. I'm calling this the kind of based loosely based on nine to five oh but not really but kind of okay the poisoned coffee and this is coming to us from psycho pixie dot com on a half to Tom. Heating his wife in wanting her dead puts poison in her coffee thereby killing Berg. Jane also hates her husband and would like him dead one day. Her husband accidentally puts poison in his own coffee thinking it's cream. Jane realizes this and has the antidote that could save him but does not hand it over and her husband dies is Jane's failure to act as bad as Tom Action Russian wow so this is kind of like an updated version of the trolley dilemma because it's about if if you just stand there and watch or if you you pull the trigger it's the trolley dilemma thinking more about the drowning the drowned man dilemma. I was thinking of the one what about the one where all the the knife one. Why isn't there one where like there's an apartment complex and then there's like a little Atrium Plaza. Everyone Assumes Somebody Elsa going to call the police and then nobody does. There's a name for that as well. I forgot yet. The trolley problem is doing nothing or pulling the lever and diverting the Charlie Charlie so you do nothing people died you pull the lever. People die right right right icy so yes so this. It's basically like if you want someone dead dead and they kill themselves but you fail to act to save them. I mean I think it's just as bad I do too. Yeah I mean it's it's both having the ability to stop someone from dying and not doing it. Although the intention I guess yes. They're both about the intention. The intention to not save someone is the same as the intention to kill someone yeah and if you have the antidote accessible accessible right there and you don't give it to them. I actually really think that that's not even just manslaughter. That's like still first degree murder in my book right wjr their other. I think another interesting way to spend this dilemma. Maybe we'll get a little more traction about talking about it in this this way. This is like more nine to five. Ask say you hate your husband or your whoever the whatever man in your life you hate it. You want dead. Okay we all have one and you buy rat poison with the intention of putting the P- bat in their coffee and killing them but then you kind of like get cold feet right but you leave it on the counter. He serves up his own cup of coffee and then drops dead so he does it for you yeah is that's not as bad no because it's just rat poison. I mean every kitchen has rat poisoning right and there's no antidote yeah. I get have this fear when I I whenever I cook for people that I'm GonNa like inadvertently poison someone yeah themselves or something yeah. That would be horrible. Wait so 'cause Tom hated his. Tom Hates Jane and was GONNA so Thomas guilty of attempted murder. Word Bird is not either two separate couples others others so there's Tom and Tom and his wife and then Jane and her husband. Let me ask you this. What if it's Tom and Jane. Tom Wants to kill Jane and poisons her coffee. He drinks rinks the coffee by accident. She has the antidote in realizes that he was trying to kill her self defense that self defense. It's not self of defense because she wasn't. It's not like but she knows if she doesn't kill him then. He's GonNa come after her that to me is just irony Olympic yeah. That's just serendipity yeah yeah no of he was trying if he poisoned the coffee coffee and was going to give it to her drink. That's attempted murder but then she figured it out but she wasn't didn't drink and he drank drank it no but I'm just saying like he'd drink it by accident. She figured out she went. Oh my God was that poison coffee supposed to be mine and then he goes give that Gimme that ah shot over there and she goes no I'm not going to you tried to kill me. This is us good common sense that you wouldn't give him the antidote but you don't know for sure in that moment like you'd have to this is why so every morning. Matt and I have coffee together and we read the newspaper and whenever he brings it to me. I always switch our cups. When he's not uh-huh. He's never happens in Hamlet. Yes God yes. You guys ever ever thought that bit afraid. Something was poisoned well anytime I cooked chicken. I wash wash wash it. You're not supposed to Ernie shoots. It gets all over the state and we're supposed to wash the sink after with bleach which no with like so. What do you do Maria you don't I don't wash chicken how I thought you're supposed to I that now say that you were supposed to wash it but cooks out and it just when you're washing it under the sink splashes out and so that can land on your face or on the counter and all of the whole chicken stuff you should just go. You should be very careful with chicken but also you know what I learned is. This is all fear of chicken. Salmonella is all from like Lysol. Saul commercials 'cause like people don't have to eat like fully cooked chicken all the time. There's a restaurant in Japan where the raw chicken oh totally totally chicken sesame yeah and it's fine yeah and then there's places that do like chicken shabu shabu. I mean really if you're buying nice quality chicken like hoping that we're all if we are buying chicken. It's not the cheapest cheapest chicken right then. You're probably in the clear like we're meant. We were led to believe that any chicken will kill you if handed him yeah. It's only if it's if the chickens bad will kill you but most chicken you could like you know nobody even the Salmonella from this line of the uncooked chicken right I o but not all uncooked chicken husain. I'm telling you the LYSOL commercials growing up where like you better get rid of your Salmonella L. Manella or else. You'll die so by this product. It's the soap industrial com what it is capitalism it is also Oh. I went to a franchise for dinner and they served chicken and it was so pink and it was one of those terrible things where like I had like sat down and I was like oh I'm star. Oh then I opened the chicken. I opened it up and it was so and I I couldn't Arnie. You'd eight so while sort of late around I mean I'm so I'm way too minnesotan to say to say anything about it. Yeah I was just an everybody else. Else was eating it like it was no thing they were worthy blind. That's what I was like. We're all GONNA die. Was it like chicken breast or on the bone so maybe it was because sometimes thighs can stay out he just because they're dark meat but still couldn't do it. Yeah and I felt so bad bad. Oh Yeah I'm sure one time when I was a kid I went to dinner at a friend's house may be like I was in high school and it was a girl I met from camp and my a friend and I drove up to like spend the night at her house and her family served dinner. There was like five people in her family and then including my friend Lisa and I put put dinner it was a big salad and then one chicken breast sliced into like very tiny slices and that was it that sat yeah and I was like freaking POW like my family served a site of bread with Spaghetti you. I was just like this is normal beep. This is crazy or you get your own chicken breasts right but were they maybe poorer or they had a nice townhouse. Can you hear me yeah. Nobody said anything no. We're they thin family yeah. They may have been diet family. You know one one chicken broth. How many people if it was like five people wow that's wild. It's unconscionable especially when you're having people people over for dinner. Maybe they didn't know we were coming. Oh I'm sorry that happened. She get pizza after I over the next day. I think we probably picked up chassard breakfast on the way home. Oh that's Nice but you went hungry then yes of course I did and they didn't have any snack. No God no if you're a parent of kids that are having a sleepover you gotta have snack of some of course or something. Some popcorn fake plays member though four kind of our good though in a terrible way subway yes oh. I haven't been his sub. Oh Boy in decades me I this you know we should go back to this. Delilah okay so so basically should we enter a scene real quick nick yeah and what Susan the scene well. Why don't we I do the scene between Tom in Jane. I'll be the poison the Tom or Jane Arne Thomas the vindictive husband who wants his wife dead or do you want to be Jane that you could be the wife too. I WANNA be Jane Okay. You can be Jane all right and then and I can be Tom and then we'll switch it up for the next round or I can be a debut both live and I could be the detective or what Oh or why don't you could be the voice voice in my head the devil shoulder okay so in this scenario Jane just know Tom just poisoned yeah. This is like we're sitting down. I'm making coffee. It's the morning where you're just. I'm bringing you breakfast. Better something okay and then you're the voice in my head said Okay Okay and seen morning honey Tom. What a spread oh well. I thought you know you do so much for me baby. I thought I'm going to treat you. Oh my gosh. I can't believe this is not even my birthday. Well here you go here. Let's prop you up with pillows and I'll set this trae right over here. I've got a soft boiled egg little toasty. Don't forget the coffee and of course coffee with a little milk in it. Just tell you like. I love that little something else to shut up you. ooh. It's piping hot. Oh here just blow on it. Blow on all right here. I've got my coffee to hear cheers to our anniversary. Oh Tom but I thought we got married September. No it's today. Oh you you. If you haven't been right you haven't been right in the head on a year confused all right okay..

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"arne" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

12:45 min | 1 year ago

"arne" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Will you kind of both join our twins everybody but we we had a little dust uh stop because I haven't made us instagram official yet. Is there an instagram official. What is screaming. I think it's just a thing thing where you post like like a picture series of pictures where you're just like this is this is like my person. This is what's going on right. Were you know we're boyfriends. It's this is happening right. How let me get some background check. How long have you been dating. Will we kissed kissed for the first time like Memorial Day weekend so we've. I guess it's been like we've been dating for three months. Unlike may be more seriously for like the the last two or so Gotcha and yeah. You're officially boyfriend yeah okay has he made you his dad and when did that it come. That was like probably a month ago so I I mean the clock. The clock is ticking the pressures on yeah now. I'm curious. Is there a reason why you're holding holding back from doing that or is just not how you use your social media like what's going on. I Want I. I feel like it's sort of both I feel like I haven't i. I think my social media is more like I try to keep it about my career or lack thereof professional visual portfolios pre then. I don't have a lot of like bio you know like expose on on my personal the life so I think that is that that's part of it right so it's not like you're the type of person who shares every aspect of your life and then you're purposefully not including you just are are you don't have a huge social presence on when you do it is mostly armies a dancer an actor so is mostly like my my short bomber my dance performance like that kind of stuff. I I backing a year job gets and so was is your little tiff or little what a little boy was that because he brought up to you that it may be was on ya yeah okay. That's exactly that's exactly what happened but I said this is my art. This is my integrity. This is is how people like this is my art and I mean I'm sure my baggage has something to do with that also as well right also because it's like you're really really kind of when you do. I bring someone into the social. Media full is serious. It's like all your followers. No Yeah it's there. It's out there. I know I wonder although and it's so funny because it used to be. You'd become facebook official so and that's not really a thing anymore. Make Him facebook facebook official and then say is that not good that oh you could so maybe write it into yours all mine it was going on because it's funny because it's like what are you. GonNa do put up a puzzle that picture of Youtube smiling being like what do you do something. Maybe more casual. That's more like hey look at us. We are at this event and just tag him in and then people put together the peace of event. I I don't know don't you have access to any events event of to check out the La Times Society Heidi Page la fair still going on. You're like well. Let's what did you guys you. Did you ever go through this yeah. You know it's funny because I never put up any sort of announcement. I did an on facebook because when Matt and I got together this was like almost eight years ago so facebook doc was still a things and there was a certain point like I think after we'd been together a few months that finally we did put in a relationship with on facebook and not literally early isn't announcement. It's so ridiculous but never on instagram it just like he started becoming part of my feed but I will say okay I post a lot less now and so does Matt and so there have been times when we've kind of laughed because I think in the last year on our birthdays and on our anniversaries we haven't done any post's about each other or vice versa and so we were thinking people. Rowley think we're like getting divorced or something because you do you like look at some socials and when all all of a sudden their spouse or whoever is not on their socials anymore you do go like whoa something's up here but I don't think that's always the case no now Maria de a whole lot about no I mean I've posted in Craig but Craig doesn't have social media so modern yes. I know now post so yeah. It's not he wouldn't care yeah. I think he was like do you want to post a picture like when I said like. Can I pose this picture. He's like why do you. WanNa do that. People do so yeah yeah. It's not I get edit. Though if that's like what someone feels sorry I getting over Kohlhaas. I know I heard she's GonNa know is on the floor down to the equipment. Get the Dell. Get the Dell Notebook Down Monitor. We'd have it. I'm Mac doc hearts you just the facade inside is a Mac all right. I'm sorry Eddie. It is so I mean what is there a reason why you don't WanNa post a picture. No because that's the thing it's like it's going so well and it's so fun and I think if you keep it casual like I would just do something next time. You guys have a cute picture together. I would say just do something like Oh you know at the park with this guy this diet. It's going to be a good way to kind of slowly. Integrate him into your social. She'll feet is to have him. Take a picture of you you post that and then do like a photo credit by next to it. That's great and then it's still a picture of me. Yes Oh oh great. I love those were my favorite type like you're not keeping him a secret and then you'll also kind of ease people into the idea that hey there's a new yeah man in town here we go oh. I love doing artistic type picture with him and then and then post like this like something about like love and life if with this guy like a sketch like drying yeah or dislike up just like a photo of Youtube shopping on a roof for offer rooms. I'm spitballing. It'd be the last picture that ever overtaking Sweden. It'd be a good way go. I loved the idea of doing it old school where you can do a picture of Youtube and you go like Ardi. Shelton is in a relationship right and then you do. I just make it fun. They wouldn't go with the rest of his instagram Amanda. Yeah I don't know. Do you think you're not the only type of a person who's GonNa like post probably 'cause you're more reserve and yeah. I haven't yet yeah I mean. Maybe you'll want to sometime but there's nothing wrong on with not doing that. Okay you can also explain. I think your guy is a little bit younger than you see. You guys might be in two different places with your social media connections yeah. I'm in my sixties. What's so when it was. He really upset about it what he brought up to where it was just kind of like. I think he's he's. I don't think he he's not matt disappointed disappointed China. That's okay I say. What did you say what. He said. He was all I think I said. Why is it I will but then I still haven't you know yeah and so you know? Maybe I won't maybe I will right now. Oh my dad can help align old all of my walls. What about all of my walls. Yeah I would be Irish going through. INSTAGRAM is all about I would be so excited to be like art. Voice is it'd be nice. It'd be nice okay okay. We'll all mullet over helpful. Just think about it and maybe by the end of the PODCAST. We'll get something. Go Get something at least options options so before we get into our big big one Oranje. We gotta I do our ask. Oh so so it starts. Tell tell us what that is going to pull up so this is the time in the podcast when we demand from our listeners that they we're scratching in their backs. They need to scratch ours so every week. We are delivering you. Premium free content assure that you are enjoying on your commute's so you do the dishes. I don't know what to fall asleep. Two Yeah and all we ask of you in return is that you go on line nine great review the podcast and now we kind of guilted people a little bit saying that we only had so many reviews and we have now eight hundred sixty or something last week you know how many we have no how many three hundred eighty that's amazing but we were saying there's thousands of listeners going going on but then people wrote in saying. I think some of US are reviewing on in Europe and different places yeah also not everyone listens on apple podcast so people might be leaving. US reviews on spotify or on Stitcher I think we can get to four hundred ratings and reviews on on the on the US. I tunes by next week. I think will be number one number one in our own hearts yeah which is where it counts and I think also more as importantly as reviewing is telling telling people about. Oh my God yes so if you guys can just do a tweet do talk about an instagram post kind of coming out about something. Let's say that yeah you're GONNA. Come out about like how much you love the Big One. Yeah Tag US an instagram post or a twitter pole. Yes yes so here are some reviews from the England from the tunes of England okay. This is Ainsley who wrote saying like hey just you know like you got some really good reviews on the UK version love the suit and lund so much they are so funny individually and then together hit another level. This is just Oh. This is how this is how is just so much fun. This is just so much fun and they always he's have great complimentary gas. All I did rate and review. I am a patriot. I see the logo saying there is a new episode. I genuinely get a big smile on my face. I'm in London tendon so I don't think they see these reviews but did it anyway. Have a listen you won't be sorry and then she sent like so many so many different different different five star reviews that people have written. That's interesting that they keep the reviews segregated like that like we are not able to see the it's. Probably we different lake. I tunes in different countries Dr Music Laws or Oh yeah different music laws and then someone from Canada also wrote and being like hey we have youth Canadian reviews reviews to No never we would never so you guys join our patron. We Wanna get to four hundred reviews by next week Arne. Don't you think that's doable. I think it is too. I don't think it's too much to ask. We've raised a lot of important issues just so far in this podcast yeah I agree. I do too to Mickey Mickey here in in the United States says the best. I'm giving this five stars because it's the best podcast. If you have any further questions. Please call me directly at five five five five five five five. Thank you all right so we're going to take a break. We're GONNA. There may be a commercial right now. There may not be if there's not I'm. I'm so embarrassed but we'll be right back. Hi everyone it's Amanda.

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Marriott CEO diagnosed with stage 2 pancreatic cancer, will remain in role

Chris Plante

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Marriott CEO diagnosed with stage 2 pancreatic cancer, will remain in role

"The CEO of Bethesda based Mariott international has been diagnosed with stage, two pancreatic cancer Arne Sorenson who had been working with the company for twenty three years says he plans to stay on the job as he fights the disease. In a statement Sorenson says the cancer was discovered early. It does not appear to have spread in the medical team. And I are confident we can realistically aim for complete cure Sorenson is sixty jeopardy host Alex back. Also. Recently announced he is fighting pancreatic

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Steelers to trade Antonio Brown to Raiders: Who won, who lost?

FOX Sports Radio Weekends

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Steelers to trade Antonio Brown to Raiders: Who won, who lost?

"Talking Antonio Brown just tweeted, hashtag raider nation and a picture of him in an Oakland uniform. So he's reportedly according to profootballtalk getting a new deal as part of a trade to the Oakland Raiders. Antonio Brown's three year whole quote will increase from about thirty nine million to fifty million dollars over three years per the pro football talk source know, how much is it. How much was fifty point one to five million years with Oakland? Antonio Brown says he's going to the raiders. Wow. Thank you to Sager. What's your first thoughts? When you hear something like that Torres. And we'll talk the tours when he comes back whatever he's doing that. I know I said did I break that news because I I asked Howard. And he you know, he he jumped right to the raiders I feel like I kind of put the wheels in more. You're taking credit for Howard's picking the raiders. Yeah. I mean, I just you know, nobody was talking about Antonio Brown all week. And I brought it up in ten minutes later. He gets traded. I'm I mean, I'm not saying I'm just saying you know, what I mean? I it does make you wonder that they were a little bit desperate because you know, obviously one more year in Oakland than making a big splash in Las Vegas to. They dropped the ball. I believe on the Khalil Mack thing. They wanted to get relevant and three does that mean that they're going to keep Derek Carr for now for another years? I what's going to happen there Torres see, and this is what I am actually genuinely confused about by the way. I didn't. I didn't like you shooting me down that I kinda shot. You're right. He did you just ignored it. It's okay. So I am a little confused about this though, Arne because what the raiders they trade Khalil Mack. They trade Amari Cooper. We hear that. Derek Carr might be on the trade block. And now they bring in Tony Brown. I I am Tonio Browns. Maybe the most gifted wide receiver in the league. But it just feels like I don't think the raiders what are they doing? Like are they rebuilding? Are. They not rebuilding Zaveri, bazaar, whatever thirteen months since Jon Gruden took over. I think it's a great move for the raiders. Okay. Was that one? They needed a splash like this to they needed some offensive weapons three. They needed something to help Derek Carr. And he's just not getting the help out there. He's he's just trying to do it all by himself. And he's a pretty good quarterback. That's not getting enough help. So. Yeah. Half the go ahead. Yeah. Had to do something. This is once they got rid of Amari Cooper. He didn't have enough. If weapons to get to now, he's got one of the best wide receivers. And all the game. I I think raider fans are going to love this. I think they're going to love it. But why do you tear down the team with the guys that you have just to bring in new young guys? You know?

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Ceo Arne Sorenson, Starwood And Senate discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Ceo Arne Sorenson, Starwood And Senate discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Last November Marietta announced one of the largest data breaches in history. Just yesterday the hotel chain CEO faced tough questions from a Senate panel looking at the causes of data breaches on how to stop them. Karen Kafer has details from Washington companies two of the largest data breaches in history to all of our guests. I sincerely apologize Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson testifying before a Senate subcommittee about a massive breach. Of the Starwood reservation system announced by the hotel chain. Last November Marriott completed an acquisition of Starwood in two thousand sixteen Sorenson. Now says information from up to three hundred eighty three million guests was compromised, including passport and credit card numbers. We have shared everything we have with the FBI, including the the addresses used in the mail where tools used in the system. So that they can do that kind of investigation. We simply didn't

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United States Foreign Policy in the Middle East

World News Analysis

05:13 min | 2 years ago

United States Foreign Policy in the Middle East

"US secretary steak. Mike Pompeo read up his eight-day visit to the Middle East earlier this week to tour brought him to Jordan Egypt, barring the United Arab Emirates Iraq. Saudi Arabia Oman and Qatar skipping Khoat due to his personal reasons during a tour. Pound pale emphasize, the US confrontation with Iran. Try to reaffirm US presence in the rich. And despite the plan American troop withdrawal from Syria and endeavour to unite Arab countries plagued by internal conflicts Pompeii, also criticized the Middle East policy of President Obama at a policy speech in Cairo. It was here here in this city that another American stood before you he told you the radical Islamist terrorism does not stem from an ideology, he told you the nine eleven lead my country to abandon its ideals, particularly in the Middle East. He told you that the United States and the Muslim world needed quote, a new beginning and of quote. The results of these misjudgments have been dire-. Of course, the President Barack Obama made a white ranging policy in a same city ten years ago, promising a new beginning of relations with Arab world. I've come here to Cairo to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world. One based on mutual interest and mutual respect. America is not and never will be at war with his lung. We will however. Relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security. Because we reject the same thing that people of all faiths, reject the killing of innocent men, women and children, and it is my first duty as president to protect the American people. Meantime, during the tour palm peyot has confirmed the US we'll be withdrawing troops from Syria. But stressing a dozen mean will stop fighting Islam state group militants rich and there's no contradiction whatsoever. The president's been very clear in basketball, and I have been very clear about this to the threat from radical Islamic terrorism is real ISIS continues. We fight them in many regions of around the country our commitment to continuing to prevent dash growth. Isis growth is real. It's important. We will continue at that. We're going to do it in a way in one particular place Syria differently. So in this panel will discuss the Middle East policy of the US government and the general situation in the region. Our panel is Dr John hi research battle with the Chinese Academy of social sciences. Rake Dunham former White House correspondent also co director of the global business journalism program at seeing university and charming now Warney journalists and analysts of Middle East geopolitics basing Beirut, Lebanon, if you want to listen to this episode again, we're catch up on previous topics. Please download our podcast world news analysis. So now, I talk about upon pales a speech in Cairo. Let's begin with Sharman. Now, Arne Shamin what did secretary of state Pompeo tried to tell his Arab allies. And how has his message being received? Well, we honest pump peyot lost me at America's the fourth for good in the Middle East that clearly not been the case in the last seventy years, and even prior to that I think he's go was to lay for, you know, the Trump administration's vision or relationships and alliances in the region and take a job at Obama's record in the Middle East in my view, Obama and Trump ultimate ambitions of the region are not much different Obama's narratives simply different than Pao's, you know, with pumping speaks as though Abbado's reluctant to wield influence in the region. And then help Yvonne's offended in the process. The opposite is true. Iran ascendant is due directly to us military adventures. Awesome. And stables Beijing the region from the Levant to the Persian Gulf in the last year. So, you know, Pompeo says when America retreats chaos often follows they're good arguments to show that's not the case. It is US troop presence and bass presents and economic presence in the region that has has royalty Middle East in in in conflict for the last decade, or so and his driving point, of course, is Iran and the Trump administration's focus on Iran, and you know, he has the idea that he Trump administration's can pull together a coalition of Arab countries to take on Iran, and probably in the course of our discussion today, we will see why that is in fact, not possible.

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Keith Rabois on the future of innovation in Silicon Valley

Recode Decode

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Keith Rabois on the future of innovation in Silicon Valley

"Here with Keith Ribaud. We've just been talking about innovation and where it's coming from. He was saying the future is bright. You see a lot of ideas. Can you give? Me at like, a five minute idea of what that is. What what do you mean? What is what is coming that? You find you find so intriguing. Sure. So couple of areas in healthcare, the use of data to improve outcomes is really starting to happen. Where math actually does very good job correcting for the IRS and mistakes. Humans make and so we're starting to see the FDA actually approve I- technologies and products that use math instead of humans, and that's encouraging positive feedback loop where people are more willing to invest in companies that are going to displace human judgment and make either access more forcible or more diagnostics diagnostics or good example, the treatments a little bit more tricky. We don't do biotech per se. Like, I mean, the actual drugs. We wouldn't do. There is a nice trend of using software instead of pharma, which is interesting because we can produce the same outcome by using a an application to retrain your. Brain in different ways in NAFTA is also blessed that so actually one of the benefits of the Trump administration. Insofar as Arne, I think most people would find that the FDA's been much more little rigorous, but also innovate innovation-friendly. Yeah. That's a lot of people are talking And then then. meeting positive outcomes. I mean, these are real people that need new treatments, and I think the FDA the new FDA very consciously aware that they have to ruthlessly enforce principles firstly. They also should look for new ways of doing things the FDA was way behind Europe or another unusual or being behind Europe. Extremely unusual. The US agency is more heavy handed and more intensively regulating than the equivalent in Europe. And that was probably going on for a while. But it has been corrected in the Trump administration. So that's one of the best areas of the Trump administration. Particularly these be Silicon Valley. All right, so healthcare. What else what other areas for innovation? We've hired some investments in satellites in a rocket companies one. That's ready sort of pretty public is rocket lab, which is producing very low cost rockets that will put satellites into orbit quickly and regularly hanging satellites, right? I've talked to Jerry Yang is also in a bunch of those. Yeah. This one is actually we'll put it into orbit for less than the cost of SpaceX. And the goal is to actually be putting rockets into space as frequently. As we expect airlines to take off if you think about when planes were invented the idea, the planes would be flying every hour everywhere was probably pretty crazy, right? There will be a point probably in your kid's lifetime. Where rockets are taking off just like we expect planes to take off and that will change a lot of things the cost of putting a satellite in orbit in the delay associated clear satellite in orbit handicaps in hampers innovation. And so when people realize that they'll be able to put a dedicated launch into orbit for less than five million dollars, and they can Bank on the predictability of putting that into orbit and replacing it there's going to be a lot of innovation that can be done in space.

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In the week-to-week NFL, it's all about survival

FOX Sports Radio

10:18 min | 2 years ago

In the week-to-week NFL, it's all about survival

"From Minnesota. There was a chance that. Vikings might get the football back down eight but a stupid personal foul penalty on Harrison Smith only would have been second down. But I mean, he's he took a shot at Trubisky late. So you'll get a chance to see the bears on Thursday thanksgiving but Arne getting back to that. Cowboys win today over the falcons and now especially with the Redskins are a quarterback without. Oh my goodness. What a horrible horrible injury. That is. I mean the divisions there for the Cowboys for the taking. Yeah. Don't look now. But Dallas when we're talking about the NFC east is a game behind Washington there at five and five Washington is at six four listen, we'll we'll get to the eagles in the falcons. I know the falcons are in the east, but we'll get them coming up in just a bit. Hey loan. Behold. Arnie maybe the team that looked the best today in the NFC east. Your New York Giants any Eli manning three and seven only three games out of first place right now, but got saquon the boss oil, and that looked a little better about to welcome back them to the division. Title race. Don't take away from it. I will take it away from you yet. I'll let you I'll let you have it for a little bit. I mean, I still believe the raiders can finish eight now. So. Give me give me another week at least with the giants. So foreign six three and seven for the third and fourth place teams. But here's Dallas. Now just a game out in the fife and five and they get Washington on Thursday on a short week with the new quarterback. Washington's gotta go out and find a backup quarterback as well to beyond Colt McCoy. So I dunno Arnie. I almost feel like that. This is a team that for many weeks. We've tried to bury we've listened to the frustration from Bobo our technical director is a diehard Cowboys fan. So he's been frustrated. But now all the sudden with the Lincoln Riley rumors and the Jason Garrett gone the trade from white Cooper's working out now. And they're giving the ball to Ezekiel Elliott. And here we are spending. Most of our first seven minutes talking about Dallas and a resurgence. I got him. I'm as much as you say you call this. And I'm not disagreeing with you. I'm shocked by this over the last couple of weeks that we started with that is because if we started with this takeover. For the show, but I'm going to say it. Anyway, someone's looking for a quarterback what better place for a quarterback in the nation's capital? Then Colin Kaepernick, I mean, what a what a fit that would be all going the Washington playing in Washington. Can you imagine? I mean, a name need one pretty bad. All right. I got a double check who had tweeted that in. I someone was looking at the under over under eight minutes into the show. You would. How about that? I think that was I think that was the over under. I'll have to double check. Oh, yeah. Mike how many minutes into the show this Arnie talk about capper Nick going to Washington? Even though the last time he played Arne was dating supermodels beating Kerr one on one with a nice flowing ponytail. I say two minutes. So actually we hit the over there. I'm sorry. How could you not know? How is that? Not a perfect fit for everybody around for a team that needs an emergency quarterback. But see that could work against them. If they need emergency quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, I dunno. It may take him a while to to get up to speed. So they may have to go with somebody who's you know, a little bit more ready to play. And it's so crazy because you hear these same names rotated over and over Mark Sanchez already was the name that was brought up today. Someone that they might bring in for a workout. How about wait? What's Nathan Peterman? All right. Brought him to Indianapolis or someplace like I don't remember what they brought him into. Oh, man. So tough news today for the Redskins. Not only did they lose the game. But they lost their quarterback in a gruesome injury and shades of the Joe thighs men injury whenever we were kids. It was just good task. We'll get to that coming up in just a bit. But let's stick real quick with this cowboy falcons game from another perspective. What are the hell has happened to Atlanta? I mean, I understand injuries play a major part, right? I get it. You have what's he's had a couple of changes in the coaching staff not a lot. But this is just I mean, this was an offense that was deemed next level. It was it was cruising. And now. Thank you. Thank you. I didn't have to say it Bobo had it. But it was it was really bad really bad army. I don't know where it's going. I mean, look it's one thing to take a little bit of a dip. But what they're going through. It's just you know, it's head scratching their even with injuries. They still have a pretty good offense out there. They shouldn't be having a four six record. This is ridiculous. You shouldn't be losing to the Cowboys at home. You're much better team. Where's that offense? What's going on with Matt Ryan? I know you don't wanna point, you know, all the blame at your quarterback. But under three hundred yards. You know, you've got Julio Jones there, you still got him to go ahead and throw the ball to you got some new you've got weapons around you. What's going on out there? I got to start pointing the finger would Matt Ryan. And I thought a couple of weeks ago in part of this might have been because I opened my big dumb mouth Atlanta to go to the Super Bowl. I thought they'd won three straight. Why? Didn't think they had they had they had won three straight games after a really ugly loss to Pittsburgh. They beat the buccaneers. They slid by the giants and then they put a pretty good weapon on the Washington Redskins. But then they go to Cleveland, and they get beat last week. They lose the Cowboys today and Arnie their next three games are at New Orleans home for the suddenly I'll know I don't wanna get carried away on the Mark Jackson. We'll talk about that later. Suddenly resurgent ravens. And then they go to Green Bay those are three even on Green Bay's not playing its best football right now. But already they could be four and nine for sure gonna be foreign seven when they play the saints next week with the way that things, but what the hell is going on in Atlanta right now, it's a tough question to try to answer. And I wanna to say something also go up surprised that you did start with the Cowboys in Atlanta considering the biggest win today put somebody into the Super Bowl. And I thought that's where you were going to start you you really bury delete. I hate the skull. You on the air back and say you buried the lead because the Pittsburgh Steelers with their win today. Just put them in the Super Bowl. Meaning they'll beat the patriots at home, which means they'll get the number one seed, which means this year Velgo to the Super Bowl buried elite. Well, you know, it is kind of shaping up a little bit for maybe a Pittsburgh New Orleans slash Lossiemouth battle in the Super Bowl. I think we'll learn a lot tomorrow night. This is crazy because here we are Sunday night and a majority of the time the Monday night football game. Here's a conversation. We have as we're heading out the door in our final segment. Sunday, Monday night, football's usually, hey, don't forget tomorrow night. We'll see next week. But now with the Rams and the chiefs. I mean, I I don't know Arnie I- Kansas City quite a bit. But you're right. I mean, I know knock on Kansas City because I know as soon as I say anything about Kansas City. They start dogging on the raiders. Yes. The raiders stink. You're really good this year. How does that make you feel better? But you you can't help. And I know it's all difference because it Mahomes, did, you know, Patrick Mahomes likes catch up to not hear that at all on social media. Yes. I'm actually with you on this one. I now Arne because I love what Kansas City is doing. I'm enjoying watching them play. But you know, what they have sold a short in the playoffs before they have disappointed when we thought they were the team to beat. We have heard. Hey, things are different this year. You just wait till we get to the playoffs. Guess who's consistently been there and consistently got done the Rodney burger?

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Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.

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"arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"So Honey, are you ready because we have to hold onto our seats while we try to save the country. Yeah. That's what I feel like we're trying to do. Right. Oh, honey. We have a great guests coming up. Governor Arne council injustice second. Reminds you that the twins one today. Five to the White Sox four. This was the final game of the year. Congratulations to the twins. And of course, we will see them in two thousand nineteen also the Harrison Smith show is tomorrow from five thirty to six thirty. We've been talking about this for a couple of Sundays and this is happening at the lone oak grill in Egan five thirty to six thirty now. Mike, maxim, former Vikings GM Jeff diamond will be there a review of the Rams loss. And a look ahead to the eagles with Harrison Smith live on WCTC radio at five thirty pm tomorrow. All right. I don't know if you know but on Friday morning, former Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson wrote this on his Facebook page today at eleven twenty AM Senator Amy klobuchar had her finest hour and all of us are the benefactors in a thoughtful. Well, researched presentation are Senator gave America a most valuable lesson in Justice, and civic responsibility. She spoke with passion that emanated from her heartfelt love of the majesty of law and affectively challenged the brute force tactics of the Republicans who increasingly are becoming puppets of Trump. What is at stake in this election of bread, covenant to the supreme court is the very independence of the judiciary? No one has stated that better than Senator klobuchar. I hope someone with better technological skills will post her message. So it becomes available to all more importantly. I hope it becomes part of our civics curriculum in order that our children can debate and understand this valuable element of our democracy. Governor Carlson is joining me tonight. And we're going to ask him. Why did he write that governor causing welcome to w again delighted delighted indeed delighted to have you. So that is so well put what was it about her statement? Of course, it was beautifully. Put it made sense. But it moves you in a special way. Well, I think what was important about it is was the lack of inflammatory language sheep opposed the questions, she posed her comment in a way that I think move people to some court or some sort of common agreement and by the way, it made an eminent amount of sense. Yes, it did. And of course, common sense is not so common anymore. I am amazed though that you as a Republican more of a moderate centrist Republican really is standing strong on what our democracy is really all about. Why can't we seem to get more Republicans that are in Washington DC right now to come on board with you? Well, the Republican party for years has been drifting away from its its main philosophy. And now with Trump is the president it really doesn't have a philosophy. It's a philosophy of survival. And what's tragic about it is that systematically, we're destroying our beliefs, and our credibility and our trust in our our institutions, and we're allow it allowing it to happen on a very gradual but steady basis. Every single institution that I can think of has been attacked by the president. And he's got a very strong dedicated following. So what does it mean when you attack every part of our democracy was it almost feels as though the American people, including those of us here may want to sit back and rest on our laurels because we believe that someone is going to come and stop this madness. We. There is no invisible hand that will automatically protect us democracy's all over the world are under fire there under fire from the pressures of nationalism. They did there's a lot of resentment against globalism, and there's not much definition of what the phrase means. But it it could be anything from trade or to the general feeling that I'm not benefiting. I'm not participating therefore I want to withdraw. But you see this in France. You see it in Germany, you see it in England, and those are some of our strongest allies, so we have to recognize that democracy can be under attack here. And I believe it is I believe it is also yet, we don't seem to understand the importance of of this can you give us an understanding of what will happen to America. If we continue on this this road, well one we cannot afford to slow turned of voter turnout. People have to realize that their vote is. Terribly terribly important to they have to understand that democracy is not tyranny of the majority. But it's protection of the minority. And that latter part seems to be forgotten the attitude in Washington today is we won the election. Therefore, we have the right to trample. And that's precisely what happens you take a look to cavenaugh review. It's a background review of the truthfulness that he presented to the committees. And. As children, we're brought up by our teachers, and by our parents to believe in the truth, the whole truth and nothing, but the truth. But now it's being compromised that investigation we all applauded on Friday and Saturday appears now to be turning into one that's going to be directed or manipulated by the White House and the Senate Republicans once you do that you compromise the integrity of the FBI, you compromise their ability to be true professionals. And instead of a genuine search for the truth. It takes on all the appearances of an attempted whitewash. Will this lead us to a point of no return of what of no return? No, no. I don't think. So I think there's gonna be a strong wave. I think a lot of young people, particularly a lot of women are really very very upset and they're going to participate. I hear just an endless array of stories of young people that are coming out to vote women that have traditionally voted Republican are are saying, no we've had too much of this. So I think they're going to be some changes in very significant changes in November. What I'm reminded of an old story of World War Two after Pearl Harbor. Our nation was decimated. We were very despondent. But at that time, it was Admiral Yamamoto who told his own superiors that I fear. We have a woken asleep in giant. And he was right. I think the sleeping giant in America is waking up, and I think we're gonna see participation like we've never seen before. I keep telling people that we do not have an electoral college that can interfere with what we want at all in this midterm election. I'm hoping that that will resonate with others. Is it smart for us to remind people of that? So that they know for sure when they come out to vote if they make sure that their registration is correct that their vote will count absolute when we know it counts, we know how few votes topple the two thousand sixteen election, and how many people kick themselves for not voting. No. Every single vote counts. We saw that just on on Saturday with the Republican conservative flake making a an arrangement with a democrat Senator from Delaware cone and bringing about the investigation and a week's delay in the in the confirmation. Cavanaugh one person one vote one act of courage all has an incredible impact. But so does being discouraged. You what does being discouraged? You can imagine. How many people watched this unbelievable? The thing that happened. It was a disaster that happened when he was able to try to defend himself cavenaugh, and as we watch this happen. And we see that the White House could be interfering, and we see that there's a week of investigations by the FBI. But we also hear words like it will be shortened or truncated limited. That's the word. They will be delimited that seems like someone is is tricking us that we. Prevent us from tonight for sending emails to our members of congress. There's nothing to prevent us from doing everything we can to elect people who will go to Washington will represent us and represent what the constitution our democracy. Stands for fairness. If there is a way that we can do that, sir. And know that it matters I fear that there are too many of us that don't trust it anymore. You talked about. That's a challenge for your last thoughts. If there was one thing you would want us to know before we go to the ballot box on Tuesday, November six what would that be? I would be optimistic democracy before has been under attack. It's under attack. Now. Good people rose to the occasion, good people held hands, and we all came together. And we ultimately prevailed, and that's precisely what can what can happen in November. We must participate. We must have heart, and we must frankly, go forward, and and fighting for the truth and fighting for Justice, and frankly, fighting for our country, and I pray that you too will vote for us to get to that point where we are fighting together. And I thank you for your service. I'm delighted thank you. How many that his former Governor Arne Carlson if you do not know about him? He has been he was governor of Minnesota from nineteen ninety one to nineteen ninety nine. He is a Republican. He is a middle of the road. We like to say Republican he. Served. He's really a beloved a former governor of this state of we have had him on many times here at WCC radio. He has been very outspoken. He believes in stance on his principles his values, which I think is something that's missing in the congress that we have today there are so few of our congress, I'm including the house and the Senate, but particularly the Senate because we keep hearing from them. And if it feels as though their values system that we might have heard from maybe twenty years ago, some of them have been there a long time. It's the challenge it's disappointing. When you hear what they are saying today is disappointing knowing when they come forward, and they say they change what they used to say ten twenty years ago, even in the nineteen nineties when when President Clinton was under siege with the possible impeachment. And of course, he was impeached in the house. Okay. So how did they get here today? I have a value statement, do you? And if not right now to make sure that when you go to the polls you stick to what you believe. You stick to those candidates who can speak to what you believe. And if you believe this country is going down the wrong direction. Then this is the time. This is the moment for you to speak up. Don't sit at home and say, oh, no my vote doesn't count on. I wanna hear about it. There's nothing about this. That really matters. Don't even include me don't think about me. Don't call my house. Don't come by my house and don't leave any tracks or posters or anything. Don't leave any of it. I don't want anything to do with it. This is your time. Your moment in the phone lines are open for you right now. Six five one nine eight nine ninety two six or one eight six six nine eight nine nine two to six. Let's answer the call the former Governor Arne Carlson just said we have to get out there and do something. What will you do? We'll be back in a.

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Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

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"arne" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"arne" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"Arne here's a here's a pet peeve what's the difference between compose and comprise compose or comprised to be composed of to comp you're writing down down well what comprising doesn't mean that it concludes everything posing what's parts do not add up to your that has to the point it's also a matter of voice active and passive ten for that to compose is to form by putting together two or more things comprise means to be made up of to contain or to some i met her there very good ten points francine what's the difference between forgery and plagiarism plagiarism is to make a fake plagiarism is to steal someone else's work and representatives your own forgery is to represent that this is somebody else's signature points that's the forgery lies passing your work off as someone else's plagiarism means to pass someone else's work off as yours pile up what's the difference between this is another pet peeve spurious and specious spacious it's sorta like thin and not not going don't have grounds for what you're saying.

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"arne" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"arne" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"To restore justice i mean i'd have to be favorite love restore restorative justice but in this case it means that one teenage boys commit felonies on school grounds they're not arrested what there are counseled by pierre by other students female students to act better than that teenage girl that sixteen year old girls likely is very very lucky to be alive tonight in two thousand fourteen when arne duncan created he created this memo that went out to public school teachers and administrators to say look we need to really cut down on the school to prison pipeline which is to me methodological because really what they don't want to talk about is is really the situation of the black family in america was broken we mow the vast majority of of of black children in this country airborne into single families single single household and mainly headed by women who work multiple jobs and don't have time for discipline the household and so you know we're we're surprised by this what arne duncan was essentially conveying to teachers you are racist when you when you give it attention or expulsion or a suspension to a child of color or child with the learning disability it's because you're racist not because they are truly truly disrupting the classroom is the thing that bothers me so much they always bury the lead we've got a crisis and black families and many other families in this country nobody wants to talk about the role of parents nobody wants to talk about the role of families we just dump it on teachers saying that they're racist and that we need to cut down on the prison pipeline but we don't ever talk about the family life of a lot of these kids which is really broken liberal democratic policies created the broken black and white family their policies in the seventies eighties and nineties calls fathers not to marry the mother of their children because government paid so when the liberal policies fail come up with nice coin words like restorative justice to make up for the.

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"arne" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"arne" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Now slayings deathwish series is produced by arne carvalo good how you really are systematically busy som now wings deathwish series is edited by keith and arne guard said you were hurt after midnight last girls who have would now playing deathwish series credits announced by brandi a underestimated shit looking at had been again the deathwish films all audio clips edge buzek used are the property of the respective copyright holders and no infringement is intended this podcast has not been prepared approved four license by any entity that created or produced the wellknown deathwish films were novels now playing is an independent movie review podcast with no affiliation with any company involved in the publishing creating work distribution of that filled or book series in a thick nickel but jeweled ways area is that such a bad idea that the cops take these guys too sometimes the law works in some times it does the opinions expressed that now playing or those of the individual hosts and may not reflect the opinion of in gaza media inc some people would say that was an extreme position i don't care now playing is the been guns the media production copyright 2018 all rights reserved and no part of this show we'd be reproduced repurpose or redistributed without the written permission of the guns the media inc what whatever are we will fox think is important aid and pull so stop stop at right now good stewart be careful just agree with them.

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"arne" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on WJR 760

"Location location prices are composed of uh operating room facility now hospitals are more expensive this cervical centres more more expensive than offices uh it's composed of so time will dictate how much time you spend the nor which ruled obviously change the price surge different surgeons have different technique some longer some shorter there's anesthesia fees you should find out if you're being if it's a see arne or it's an embassy allah just who's going to be there you should know about those about those things obvious in anesthesiologist as a physician so dr more expensive than a see arne are you should know about the length of time equipment uh of products implants any type of equipment that's going to be used or additional you should know about your revision policy what a lotta people don't tell you sometimes is the cost a revision should there be a need in the future what is the cost of revisions oftentimes surgeons wave there fee but there you're still responsible for the operating room and anesthesia expenses in the future should something come on so these are all things that make up the price so is there is a variation depending out that the procedure how they do it in a you know do you know different surgeons do different things and definitely you should go get a multiple consultations and go with the person that your most comfortable with and the proper setting and make sure that whatever operating room facility that you're being for for having procedure done is credentialed uh you know sometimes in a hospital you can rest assured but you know a lot of outpatient surgical centers are credentialed facilities by triple a hce on so knowing these things that will generate that will till prices are not random they're very strategic and how you come up with the prices uh some moving forward you should ask about the breakdown when i go through my consultation i always break it down to the patient i explained it to them and let them know about that and um is that a different than what you expected no completely will i think i look i want to dive right into these horror stories are at were we want to remind our our listeners that our phone lines are.

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"arne" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Now playing is produced by arne carvalo off month lying greig now playing his edited by beef and arne if you think glen tired today wait till you see me too now playing credit now racean by rough i'm glad you're listening to your mother nobody else listens to me you probably right about that the film discussed in this podcast in all audio clips and music used are the property of their respective copyright holders and no one fringe meant is intended this podcast has not been prepared approved or license by any entity that created are produced the film analyzed herein now playing podcast is an independent movie review podcast with no affiliation with any company involved in the publishing creating for distribution of that film series we every day dan what kind of trouble in here do heels the opinions expressed are now playing or those of the individual hosts and may not reflect the opinion of the guns of media inc you uribe arrive and now i am ray don't worry about those buggers share a good man drink inlets having some fun now playing podcast is of in gaza media production copyright 2017 all rights reserved and no part of this show meet in reproduced repurpose or redistributed without the written permission of in gaza media inc wa why is ready woah hi it's over from kidding me good nature i realise margarine i must have a thing we saw why him last christmas disaster artist this christmas we ever franco christmas tradition.

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"arne" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Whatever wet dry cycles you want and will actually try and form these arne molecules in the lab and test this hypothesis based on this research that we just did no you say the media rights were a key ingredient hear what chemicals were the meteorites bringing to the warm ponds to get these are in a polymers farming as that's very important so we're really interested in the the characteristic molecule in the building blocks varnay they're called nuclear bases uh and these are the things that allow our in aid to be and information pomare their difference and if you put them in a different order they make up a different genetic molecules this is a way that you can storage different genetic information by putting these nuclear bases in a different order so these things are very abundant in a certain class of meteorites okay so when you build your modelled you get your warm pond you got the early earth you get these meteorites coming down bringing these ingredients what results did you get so we found was that meteorites are actually a very plausible source of the building blocks of arne in one little pawns and that they survive in these ponds for long enough for up to a few years to actually react come together and chain up to form long arne polymers um but we also ran a probability analysis we want to know you know how often did this actually occur was this rare was this common us we built a model based on the rising continental crust and the decreasing bombardment of meteorites and found that actually a boat thousand a thousands several thousands of carbon rich meteorites landed in ponds all nearly earth giving life essentially thousands of opportunities to emerge from these pawns from these concentrated solutions of organics' than pawns boy i was pretty exciting as well yes were lots of opportunities how long would it take from the time the meteorite hit the pond till you get the rna i it would take within just a few years within a few wet dry cycles you can.

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"arne" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"This who can you trust most not to show you their penis in a professional setting isn't the kennedy two dozen how peters i'd say so harvey while really gill pointed that out to me wow oil area she is running for arne general david said in his general leia i saw that i knew to crack her seriously yeah wall the thing is in response to her though we have plenty of neutered republican candidates to run now i think we have one is governor right now so long your lines of he won't do anything yeah there you go we have a nice neutered republican establishment so there's no threat right well now you mentioned uh the detroit situation as far as the recount in the need for an audit uh pat colby was trying to do something about that i haven't talked to him lately i a boat something do a month facebook hadn't heard back from them as to what the status of that is uh but i gotta ask given michigan's recent history do you have to be a female to be secretary steven this state made these days 'cause i gotta tell you sin groped is got a plan that will reign in the voter fraud he will take it seriously whereas uh johnson and team this miller and terry wynn land all talk big but did nothing what a since this notion that all the secretaries of state have to be women secretaries you know but fat oh boy yeah but you know that brings up a good point is you were writing do patrick back who's running for governor there's somebody else who's running for governor who could do that any also speaking of ineffective and uh neutered he hasn't said a word about it a who i owe might that be let me think oh jeez yes our attorney general you're right you're absolutely right showed either duty you know in two thousand ten bill schutte made a point of hidden every tea party caucus to go in and say hello and speak in show how conservative he was just.

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"arne" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"What is the difference is what this technology from last almost does it madurese every arne in your gut that these every single organism at this clean level not just this species level at his level not only would they are every wine us whether it's a dna wireless aren't any was fiji's eased fungus more or even you got lining shedding we know who they are we know how active because we looking at the transcript but most importantly we know what they're doing odd the producing the short chain fatty acid producing the white them in be produced in the white them in our deputies in the toxins we know what they are doing and that is really the key the seem organism in one gut will do something totally different based on what else he's on the seem organism in a different gut it's like humans depending on when you are in the company offs my company people are generally calm the of scum neither party time oh yeah it's my point is even if you know what organism is dear it really depends on what they're doing and depends on what else is out there whose company they are in and that changes everything so generally beck delia witesses or fungus they're not bad or good it is the whole ecosystem that works together and one of the interesting thing that i've been learning is the might go by old myc you'll michael buyer bioterror which is fungal community is just as important as the microbiology so don't ignore the fungus in you got it protects still got the widest the fees fiji's are amazing two most people at you and i talked about don't understand these bacterial fiji's these are the widest is that only in fact the bacteria not that humans and they control these ecosystem this is literally an ecosystem inside our gut and venue take antibiotics you towing a nuclear bomb you may get the bad guy but you get everything else and then you kill these organism in your gut you get sick when a you got and these microbiome.

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"arne" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Cheer oranje up here's one from at shoeless jayhawk who writes rams and the jaguars arne have a better record than the patriots right now hashtag things to cheer up arne hog is that going to ask though that that's what i'm doing and by the way every right let me tell you this i think the patriots defense they will the worst that they've worked uh maybe like the last ten years that's why i don't like a winning the afc did aboard there they go gold they look slow they looked tired they get a 40yearold quarterback or without this favorite receiver out there they've got all types of injuries all of a sudden there are fit a wide receiver was attleboro emma dullah went out there big big trouble chris well i hate to look ahead because we still have two games tomorrow night but next week we'll be very telling you know i know that every patriots fan will point out while the last time we lost to the chiefs we went one the super bowl okay that's great but you know new orleans doesn't look to be a slouch offensively and i don't know if y'all caught this but there receivers in running backs running wide open in the secondary for new england on thursday night and maybe you might say that's designed kansas city is good but man arne i was a house kinda with collins worth on thursday night i think that what had a lot to do with new england's defense in i don't think that's something you could fix in one week is it the that they that the patriots conflicts a one week yeah though the what are you can't be they're not gonna fix it all year chris what do you think i've been told you for crying out loud well i'm in our on on your five of you telling you the patriots are done and i know enough to sign roles in that time so i i gotta pull back a little bit but based on what i saw thirty dan i i i don't know if they are going to be able to fix it i don't know if.

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"arne" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Cheer oranje up here's one from at shoeless jayhawk who writes rams and the jaguars arne have a better record than the patriots right now hashtag things to cheer up arne hog is that going to ask though that that's what i'm doing and by the way every right let me tell you this i think the patriots defense they will the worst that they've worked uh maybe like the last ten years that's why i don't like a winning the afc did aboard there they go gold they look slow they looked tired they get a 40yearold quarterback or without this favorite receiver out there they've got all types of injuries all of a sudden there are fit a wide receiver was attleboro emma dullah went out there big big trouble chris well i hate to look ahead because we still have two games tomorrow night but next week we'll be very telling you know i know that every patriots fan will point out while the last time we lost to the chiefs we went one the super bowl okay that's great but you know new orleans doesn't look to be a slouch offensively and i don't know if y'all caught this but there receivers in running backs running wide open in the secondary for new england on thursday night and maybe you might say that's designed kansas city is good but man arne i was a house kinda with collins worth on thursday night i think that what had a lot to do with new england's defense in i don't think that's something you could fix in one week is it the that they that the patriots conflicts a one week yeah though the what are you can't be they're not gonna fix it all year chris what do you think i've been told you for crying out loud well i'm in our on on your five of you telling you the patriots are done and i know enough to sign roles in that time so i i gotta pull back a little bit but based on what i saw thirty dan i i i don't know if they are going to be able to fix it i don't know if.

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"arne" Discussed on SRSLY

SRSLY

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"arne" Discussed on SRSLY

"I think he had the closest i came to laughing was when an old lady is trying to tell him that she's got some kind of kind of logical problem and he he refuses to examine her or even really listened to talk about symptoms anti prescribes like sitting on a whole and during out tools a bit knots his idea of medicine so that was the closest i came to actually laughing and his very solemn and deep voice that he doesn't it is quite good i thought i totally agree i wanted to like it i did because i thought we had personality and unlike i say i literally am very fond of pretty much every acta in this because they already good so i did want to like it but i was just some thing not quite working for me and i don't know if it's just because i'm no into that kind of like flugov knaw they've got it all wrong so of humor but maybe also sometimes comedy on arne wash one episode in comedy stuff uh it does tend to get while to like get going stuff like bbc half hour comedy i do find the often it takes a little while to get going so maybe i need to just plow on with it but when you are a seriously pulled costa time is short yeah i watched two episodes in the second episode the main action is around the fact that dickins is in it dickins played by andrew scott all i wanted to die yeah i wanted to ask you a wolves will how was his performance because i mean i feel like play having a someone play dickins is just like an absolute requirement for any victorian drama they always just bring dickins it yeah this true especially bbc one dickins i think has been in dr who multiple times he's been in lodz.

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