19 Burst results for "Backman"

"backman" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"backman" Discussed on Even the Rich

"This episode. Three of our four part series the emancipation of mariah carey. We use many sources when researching are stories but we especially recommend the meaning of mariah carey by mariah carey with michaela. Angela davis. I'm risha skidmore. Williams and i'm brooks a friend. Dennis hensley wrote this episode. Kate young associate producer. Our senior producers. Are natalie shisha and ben gray. Audio engineer is sergio. And rica's sound designed by james. Morgan are executive producers. Are stephanie jen's johnny lower backman and marshal louis for wondering smoking weed. People getting drawn typical younger twenties normal party for the west fund. Looking halloween party just happened to end in tragedy. She grabbed her keys. She loved it. I never sorry his when arpan genego was killed after a halloween party at her apartment complex. The murderer could have been anyone who was a classic whodunnit with people dressed in halloween costumes but eventually dna evidence would lead police to one suspect. Dna is a science that lots of people have become accustomed to treating like a guilt meter. But what if it doesn't always work that way. Suspect is a new. True crime mini series about cutting edge forensic science and mislead justice. Follow suspect on apple podcasts. Amazon music or you can bench. All nine episodes ad free by subscribing to wonder plus and apple podcasts or the wondering app.

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"backman" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"backman" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Unconsciously got less than ten minutes ago. So can i ask a full succinct questions. Place backman chief. He lectures loss. symbol between residents. You know so this is a fascinating question and a about a fascinating story. The time story describes the president. I think it's the story referring to describes. The president has having studied acquaintance. And and very feeling very deeply that he wants to be the one who is countable For any any of these decisions that gets made. Here's the real oversight mechanism that has developed. And i understand that it will not satisfy some of the people in the room but i think adjectives descriptive matter. This is really what's happened. The president i think does get very actively involved in certain of these decisions And more importantly than that he had in his. This is changed now but he. He essentially gave a veto over a lot of these strikes to harold. Co was the state department legal adviser and co is as close to an was for a many years of major critic of strong overseas counterterrorism operations in the last administration. And i think it was a very substantial break internally on a lot of things and i think the the fundamental oversight mechanism that developed which again is not a judicial oversight mechanism and it is illegal oversight mechanism. But it's it's it's kind of an informal. One is the push-and-pull between the state department and the defense department and the cia over and within this sort of interagency call interagency processing can call it. The agency slugged fast. I mean it's a. It was a very deep set of arguments and battles over the terms under which force would and wouldn't be used that were ultimately resolved by the personal intervention of the president query. Whether that's adequate and query be whether wants some of these decisions have been made they acquire institutional life of their own and those same parties. Don't get involved at that level a second time or third time much classic ten th time or twelfth time. I don't think we know the answers to those questions that you most aggressive participants in those debates were harold koh as i mentioned johnson. Who was the pentagon general. Counsel are both now out of government. And so it'll be very interesting to see whether whether that is or whether their successors are as engaged in those targeting reviews with ultimately the president kind of ties. Which is i think the best way to describe what's been happening..

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"backman" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"backman" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

"Peo- rocko asks. Who's the better four and a half mughal cape sanchez. Pacman so it was originally long-term locking backman. The fiction for backman are also really good as well. However i do feel a proper unknown wofford. The best defensive records in the championship at the free promote it seems but villa. Brian spurs first free. See any claims brought in pap spa whereas looker sanchez. Bernie what foods ever earn rumford. That could be freaking out four. Now you could get a couple claims their fingers roy They've lost watt lamp is injured and bernie's injured. How much worse is probably defense. Gonna obey of. Never been a fan of brian defense anyway. So it's a tough one because you've guess if you wanna hold that card you don't be using a transfer go kepa nice raising why. I'm welcome early to think about that but sanchez. embroi- an offense defense but with good fixtures backman is a complete unknown with bad short-term fixtures but good long-term fishes so. I think. I would start the season with sanchez if i had to choose to. Just because i'd rather bank the cleans early reassess after robin get few points from backman and then be like fuck iago. Stick him out now. Because a fixture turnbull at peo bungle what should take role on governance of essays and with no put five minute bank is a must or does it depend so yeah offering. It completely depends now. I had no issues going with zero in the bank before members. That greenwood is a rotation risk. It's one of those things is handy. Have obviously if you fancy a player. He's point five. More men apply. You have and you've got the mind to spain's benched players and you've got a balance scored effects. Squads would employ over toys. It you know. Get the players you one. That's what's most important. You know if i didn't fancy sue foul. I wouldn't get him just because he's hoffman. Cheaper than shore name while things you wipe everything and decide for yourself because everyone has arrived in individual problems that same which you can't get blanket statements for all that greenwood stuff just working out then can ask anyone else about because people just look at same looking for two seconds and give their one second opinion..

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"backman" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"backman" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"And i set awesome by the way i we. I wish we picked up some clubs. Be nice go play some soccer love to magic. We had a game like seven thirty tonight. Left all my much. I asked his kind of moving your town and join your brother like i was like all right sounds good switzerland. I don't know how old i'm going to be. I can stay in shape. But man it'd be cool to join a club and being i want to be on ping pong team. I don't know if they got that. I like to be on the soccer team as well. I think they have a full like lobby. It's like an entire thing. Pick up like pickle ball or something like that still four year just competing against tires. Switzerland country starting oculus league. I'm sure club. holly. I'm definitely gonna shop papa. Pretty explosive shot clubs do now because being crauser moving it. Hey he's unbelievable. Aj have you ever done the shot put. I never did. I ran track and first grade night. Just running and i would like to like kovacs now like hey probably unbelievable as well just like mohammed who's right behind sydney mclaughlin. They both would beat the world record but only one. We'll get remembered for it because it happened in same race. They just so happened to be from the same state. Eight tight told just so bad. Told you saw that one. That was great. You know. I mean i need more. That lasted the all. I can't find the goddamn events. That's nbc not the athletes. It's remember that can't thank you enough for allowing us to penetrate your ear holes the fact you allow us to do so every monday through friday. I'm maternally grateful for the boys. Effort short of spectacular. Our guest conversations have been absolutely beautiful and feel real good about life right now. The nfl's on tonight let's go harmful policies. We almost made. It has taken a pot. I can't thank you enough. thai please. Placement music repel these people a beautiful hall of fame game evening. Backman yana for a good friday. Be frontal frontiers back to the new hampshire old. Hi for the red..

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"backman" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"backman" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"I think generally anyone that's been paying attention agrees with that and sees the value of him. And it's a it's a big addition for them Backman larson thing is so fascinating to me because you can kind of lump man obviously different set of circumstances but with the two other big sort of defensemen with the name brand value and reputation and were former high picks in the league despite the fact that that was a long time ago. seemed to be held in much higher regard in league circles and buying h. l. teams based on the discourse today that we've seen on twitter based on the prices that were paid in these trades for the teams acquiring them their willingness to acquire them in. I'm talking about. Re-restaurants is the line and inset jones. And you can add all of that group and such as sort of a fascinating day on a twitter to see that just evaluations i guess. Between sort of how publicly rate them in the public sphere and how these teams seem to value them were clearly very polar opposite and let some of these fascinating traits that we saw it today. Yeah the diversions was honestly pretty shocking in. I mean we heard. Obviously jim benning at His media availability. Not just talk about all lack larson than believing that is top defenceman but he even referred to larcenous will. He's number one defenseman now in now we can use when he was in different ways and when i look at larsen's profile it's fascinating because you know when these rumors of larson to vancouver percolated last year and that's when i did a deep dive. Initially it was interesting because numbers. Were starting to obviously depre- shape before this past season. It wasn't just the numbers right. I remember reaching out to nhl scout who watch the western conference And he too was saying like acting. Larson really isn't a bona fide. Top hair guy anymore. He's more of a second pair option in his eyes. And it's interesting that this year arizona seems kinda recognize that they demoted into the second pair of they played them less minutes right akron larson before that was consistently logging. Twenty three to twenty five minutes tonight this year. He was a couple blow. Twenty one minutes tonight in this is the other key was he wasn't asked to take on the tough matchups assignment to play against the other teams top players anymore and so he faced league average competition all that extra burden responsibility went to jacob chicken who obviously had a breakout year. And you know you'd expect that in that kind of environment where the larsen is now expected to do less than he might bounce back in. You know obviously that was far from it right on. Hit a forty one point. Two percent expected goal differential. Arizona was outscored by fourteen goals when he was on the ice at five on five. It just you know Five performance hit a new low in fact in a lot of people scoff at the numbers in strip attribute that to him being on a poor team. But i think chicken is proof of concept that is not impossible for defensemen to succeed in arizona. Right he was a two way force. From last season he was above Above five fifty percent both expected and actual goal differential is possible at five and five could eighteen goals in forty one points. Fifty six games and manage all of that while logging. More minutes and tougher. Matchups larson so it's like if a player like that can find that level of success in arizona playing the exact same role beckmann larson. Wise as this won't find number one defenseman. It kind of undermines the argument that the environment is solely to blame frechman larson's underwhelming results now. Having settled at a do think a fresh start will genuinely benefit him..

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Square scoops up Tidal

Talking Tech

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Square scoops up Tidal

"News in the streaming music business. Recently as financial tech companies square announced a deal to acquire the majority ownership of the music streaming service title as part of the deal according to the associated press square will pay two hundred ninety seven million dollars in cash and stock for title jay z. Who helped start. The streaming service will be named two squares board of directors and he is well as other artists who currently own shares entitle will stay on stakeholders now title has presented itself as an artist friendly alternative to other music streamer square ceo. Jack dorsey who also happens to run twitter. Said they'll come up with new ways for artists to support their work. Now mike i know that you have been a title subscriber for a long time. What's that experience like compared to some other services like spotify or apple music. Yeah well. I wrote about title backman. Jay z created. his artists. consortium overseeing The service back in two thousand fifteen and got the got the service back up and running with a relaunch and i became a subscriber. Right after that I like to support any business. Effort that provides higher fidelity stream music most streaming services deliver. Mp three quality level which can sound brittle just not great It doesn't matter if you're listening on cheap headphones or anything but if you're pipe it out to a good set of headphones you've got speakers from around your computer. Orienteer- home Sound system or if you're downloading music onto your phone or whatever and then putting in the car i mean you just need better quality music and titled gives you at least cd quality or better but there's always been this concern about titles ability to survive long term against spotify another services. I mean i like the experience the software and everything that title has comparable to spotify and apple music. I use all those services. I also use amazon But titled i think probably is my favorite This deal square should help titles ability to survive. You know Because you know squares is a pretty big company Compared to title Meanwhile we've seen spotify announced its own plans to make higher fidelity music available in the near future and amazon music has high risk streaming. So just having titling business seems to be good for music lovers you know and consumers and if square is going to help do more for artists. I think it's all good. And it almost sounds like title was ahead of the game now because now that spotify amazon music or introducing their own hi rez streaming options title. Almost feels like they are way ahead of the game on this. It's really interesting obviously. Didn't start in the us And it wasn't issues. You know once titled control. Jay z and appeal title. Got to look at the books. They were upset because i as many users as was supposed to be there when it started. But there's as the as the cd died off and this is as you know the vinyl the vinyl rebirth or whatever as was kind of growing you had this issue where the services are launching with not a lot of you know bandwidth so you would get these low risk sounding services and you know there is consumer there are consumers that wanna pay more title. It costs nineteen ninety nine a month for the higher quality streams. But you know if you're not playing albums and you're not playing cds whatever and that's the way you listen to music. It's certainly worth it in my

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"backman" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

Spiritual Dope

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

"Hey there's spiritual dope. I am onto day with the legendary sam. Crowley from every day is saturday and Something i haven't talked about on this podcast is that sandwich. That was like my coach. Like the reason. I have a podcast at all. So y- super excited to have you all miss and what's going on abra greatly backman. It's been a minute since the last time. We chatted fired up in an love spiritual. Don't i think that's a great title for podcasts. Congrats man not appreciate appreciate your a huge inspiration as to why am where an today and i think that your message will really resonate with the people that are listening to this podcast and i always like to start off with like hey God kind of talks to us right. We're just words just here living out his message right. So in that vein What's god saying to you today that my listeners need to hear well i think no matter where you've been man. How big of it. Like i am. The world's biggest group you know. I've made way too many mistakes in my life. And you know too embarrassed to talk about most of We hide a lot from our offense because we're frayed that the other people may not want to hear it or resonate with it and we ended up tripping over our past man. And i'll tell you if you the and i'm not saying gotta put all your stuff out. You don't need to do that but i just did. A facebook live video literally before we jumped on about this topic. So if i could share that. If it's okay i just want to say that you know i help. People really gained clarity with messages. You know and people were like well. I'm not an a list celebrity. You're nobody knows me and i'm not famous at. That's great that works in your favor. Because i'm about you but i am way past wanting to hear from hollywood or a list celebrities about how to live my life or who to vote for or anything like that. Just go to movie or watch a movie you know. I wanna learn from everyday people that are struggling having financial relationship..

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"backman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If things are as easy as possible for the customer that benefits us as the retailer, even though it costs a little bit more. Glands company uses a service called after pay, which charges merchants 4 to 6% of every transaction. That's about twice as much as credit cards. But Nick Mullen are after based cofounder and US CEO says merchants are willing to take the hit because payment plans boost sales generally within the 1st 24 hours of launching with a rate salable process. 10% to 30% of their online transactions. A July survey from the personal finance site. The Ascent found that almost half of consumers between the ages of 25 40 for have used to buy now pay later service. Morey Backman, author of the report, She says the two most popular reasons were to avoid credit card interest and to make purchases that otherwise wouldn't fit into my budget. But that could be risky, says Ira Rheingold, executive director of the National Association of Consumer Advocates. You're creating incentives for people to buy things that they can't afford. That's exactly why Alicia Cunningham started using after pay. She runs a YouTube channel, where she reviews beauty and skin care products. She says Staying on top of new product launches was expensive. I was so excited that I had found service that I kept spending and it was giving me content to be able to post Then Cunningham's monthly payments started racking up. She was late on payments roughly 10 times and every one of those Custer $8, or more. She says. She just didn't realize how much he was spending. It is so alluring to use that you can get really caught up in all of your payments and end up going to much cutting him says he's figured out how to budget for her purchases. She says she's a fan of paying by installments because it makes expensive products more accessible. I'm just in Ho for marketplace. This final note on the way out today kind of.

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"backman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If things are as easy as possible for the customer that benefits us as the retailer, even though it costs a little bit more. Glands company uses a service called after pay, which charges merchants 4 to 6% of every transaction. That's about twice as much as credit cards. But Nick Mullen are after based cofounder and US CEO says merchants are willing to take the hit because payment plans boost sales generally within the 1st 24 hours of launching with a rate salable process. 10% of 30% of their online transactions. A July survey from the personal finance site. The ascent found that almost half of consumers between the ages of 25 44 have used to buy now pay later service. Morey Backman, author of the report, she says the two most popular reasons were to avoid credit card interest and To make purchases that otherwise wouldn't fit into my budget, But that could be risky, says Ira Rheingold, executive director of the National Association of Consumer Advocates. You're creating incentives for people to buy things that they can't afford. That's exactly why Alicia Cunningham started using after pay. She runs a YouTube channel, or she reviews beauty and skin care products. She says staying on top of new product launches was expensive. I was so excited that I had found the service that I kept spending and it was giving me content to be able to post Then Cunningham's monthly payments started racking up. She was late on payments roughly 10 times and every one of those cost $8 or more. She says. She just didn't realize how much he was spending. It is so alluring to use that you can get really caught up in all of your payments and end up going to much cutting him says he's figured out how to budget for her purchases. She says she's a fan of paying by installments because it makes expensive products more accessible. I'm Justin Ho for marketplace. Thiss final note on the way out today kind of got lost, actually, in the big picture news.

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"backman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on KCRW

"If things are as easy as possible for the customer that benefits us as the retailer, even though it costs a little bit more. The glands company uses a service called after pay, which charges merchants 4 to 6% of every transaction. That's about twice as much as credit cards. But Nick Mullen are after based cofounder and US CEO says merchants are willing to take the hit because payment plans boost sales generally within the 1st 24 hours of launching with a rate salable process. 10% of 30% of their online transactions. A July survey from the personal finance site. The ascent found that almost half of consumers between the ages of 25 44 have used to buy now pay later service. Morey Backman, author of the report, she says the two most popular reasons were to avoid credit card interest and To make purchases that otherwise wouldn't fit into my budget, But that could be risky, says Ira Rheingold, executive director of the National Association of Consumer Advocates. You're creating incentives for people to buy things that they can't afford. That's exactly why Alicia Cunningham started using after pay. She runs a YouTube channel, where she reviews beauty and skin care products. She says staying on top of new product launches was expensive. I was so excited that I had found the service that I kept spending and it was giving me content to be able to post Then Cunningham's monthly payments started racking up. She was late on payments roughly 10 times and every one of those cost $8 or more. She says. She just didn't realize how much he was spending. It is so alluring to use that you can get really caught up in all of your payments and end up going to much cutting him says he's figured out how to budget for her purchases. She says she's a fan of paying by installments because it makes expensive products more accessible. I'm Justin Ho for marketplace. Thiss final note on the way out today kind.

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"backman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Welcome back it is the biggest take sure glad you could join us on a Friday by the way coming up here at the top of the hour if you're angry about the Hey ref removal statue at UNLV one of the guys that's responsible for that statue coming down is going to state his case his name is Ryan Boone he's at you and I'll be with the native American student association I'm I'm actually looking forward to hearing about hearing why my understanding is that correct it's a damn cartoon for Christ's sake it's a it looks like the that the terrible Herbst cartoon you know what the terrible Herbst commercials it doesn't it doesn't make any sense to me but anyway maybe I'll change my mind I'm open to listening to him and I'll be coming up in about twenty five minutes or so speaking of people that are not willing to listen to other people did you hear about what happened a public hearing at the Cincinnati two thousand and twenty one budget meeting they had yesterday you want to talk about chaos so you have a lot of different people up there on the stage of the town council that are talking about the budget and in that meeting there were a touch of a ton of some of the BLM protesters that were at this meeting and chaos erupted after a resident tried to make the case for directing more funding towards police now some people might agree some people might disagree that that's fine but catalyst have a listen to what this guy had to go through what he started talking at this town council meeting in Cincinnati have a listen to this hello good evening my name is Karl Backman and I'm a long time resident of Cincinnati it is truly an honor to address council you should give priority to the funding of the police department fire department roads trash collections water department and senior citizen centers the police department should be the should have the sole discretion on how to spend.

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"backman" Discussed on Fox and Faust | LA Kings

Fox and Faust | LA Kings

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on Fox and Faust | LA Kings

"Make the playoffs. You know I think you'd feel a little uncomfortable if any team that was going to be at like Montreal or something that was clearly going to be on the outside. And maybe Arizona have made it. Who knows but I. Just that as I wanNA root for them. They're great people down there. They've they deserve the winner for how long they've waited to get back into the playoffs, but man you know. I I want us to to get their first before they do. One one thing before kind of going to listener questions. We're going to have a bit of a longer summer. Now. We might both be working. Either TV or radio in the playoffs, but it is summer. any any summer. Reading recommendations here before I kind of transitioned into listener questions. What are we doing here summer reading? Wow. What's your homework for the summer, so you can come back? Started already. It's just Mostly historical. Non Fiction. On the. Wine Industry specifically in California. I studied it before have gone over before done a lot of reading. Of course had a chance now to become part of the industry, but still have to brush up on. The, no, the the people that came before me A. I'm such a small, small, small, small small part of it, but. Just really getting up to date on. On the people that opened the doors in the people that both technically also marketing wise and brand wrecking all those areas in California within the wine industry, just trying to. So I've started a few bucks already in. Just. Usually those types of books to where you can, you can go look at at the chapter and say okay. Want you don't have to go chapter? Not Chronologically, you can just take okay. Let's take a look at this area. Let's take a look at this region or this gentleman did this. This lady did that? You know. Take it apart that way. I. I like that I'm a big I can't do fiction as much I like nonfiction books so I've got a book called. by Andre Agassi Autobiography just fascinating character in the sport of tennis, and then a hockey book called bear town fiction from Frederick Backman That? I want to dive into so one of each and. That'll be my summer reading and we'll see where we go from there. Who knows we may be busier than we we think. Over the summer, if if we work the play offs for radio or television all right, let's dive in some listener questions here Let's start with the king story in this is a broad question. What are you looking forward to by the way if you're not following the king story and I don't know who this person is there. It's an incredible follow. They have birthdays and this day in Kings, history, and some really really deep stuff. And they do a phenomenal job. What are you looking forward to most next season? We're a long way off from that. But we can start dreaming I guess. I, I think. It's really GONNA be how the king sort out. How many of those highly skilled younger players are going to be in the lineup at the same time..

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"backman" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"S. B. listening yesterday when the marks and so on and for Russia on on a long and very entertaining soliloquy about the bumper music here and I do agree sucking about he said Backman turnover drive I'll leave it to marquee apparently those are the guys in the band that that is all one of the aspects of the show the rush out of of the medium that rush change this team at the A. B. change time and filling in for rush eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Jane from Saratoga county New York you are on the Rush Limbaugh program is taught her Michael again hi Jane your comments are brilliant by the way of I wanna make some point having been a child abuse counselor for over thirty years what makes me sad in today's world hi this is really not about color it's it's about control and the people doing this use an infant age old controlled message in abuse is fear and anger and if you make people fear you then they're going to do what you want so that they are not chastised or harmed and if you constantly someone will constantly point out someone's weaknesses until those people believe that and that's that's pretty much what we have to when I would go into a home I was very high abuse homes and you have to worry educate people you have to sit with them and talk to them and say you never learned this let's learn it the right way let's not learn it due to the fear that has been indoctrinated into you so let me see if I can maybe one sentence an example is that someone who's had let's say real trauma let's say they've had traumas of a of a psychological sorts or physical sort they will have developed brain patterns and adaptations to this they believe are the norm in society that they censor the Norman society when in fact they've never actually learned the norm of society is that is that a decent way to state alignment spot on yeah a day learn that yeah well they told me today I'm a horrible person but they won't hit me I'm not a horrible person I do everything they want it's like the place you went I know exactly what place to talk about you talk it's it's like subliminal messages being delivered to you we don't even talking subliminal here that that what I hear you I mean like what I'm talking now that's not so no it is I'm sorry to me directly you know it's gonna say I think it's fascinating that you're looking at it from this point of view so I hear a media that's that is saying to African American people be very very afraid mall cops all cops all cops in icy hall Titian's saying it will protect you we will protect you so I see an abusive father saying oh yeah I may hit you yeah but listen far worse things are gonna happen to you in the world is that kind of where we're getting in this yeah very much so yeah and they're like our governor governor Cuomo who is the biggest idiot god ever put on the face he said he is frightening people he has turned his back on our country and our police force as I spoke with two amazing young cops last night and they said it is so frustrating and and a okay let me ask you a question all right what may I ask you a question okay let's say governor Cuomo's out walking his dog and some this despicable human being walks up with a gun or a knife what do you think he's gonna do you gonna call the cops well he's he's not going to call M. S. N. B. C. calls or see his brother get CNN now he's of course he's well he's going to scream and run and then he's going to call the cops call nine one one if this person is threatening him does he want the policemen to stop this person from killing him at all costs or does he want to back away and say oh no I have to be polite sorry governor Cuomo you're just gonna have to take it in the neck well right and this is in N. so we're getting out to this other instance I think that we'll get into a piece of circumstances is you know the abuse you know yeah ends so so you know where I'm coming from my dad was a social worker for years and worked with a lot of kids in trauma and I've I've spent a lot of time our kids and from the the views you know you get used to is the thing that you can expect I okay so I know my dad drinks I can see the signs I'm gonna get hit tonight so today I duck and cover but it is so then what I'm suggesting is people are afraid of the abuse they don't know so you have the spike Lee's another saying don't you dare vote Republican don't you as he said don't drink the orange kool-aid that's what he said so it seems to me the setting up of a thing of Hey look you're happy you've grown used to our views but man that other views that's even scare so the presenting the the fear of the unknown is that is that accurate very much so yes right yeah yeah I'm going to abuse his day but you know life you don't step out there and risk may be greater abuse and they totally these young wonderful people lose sight of the fact that there might be good out there because no one tells them about it or shows it to them all right could I just give you an example quickly I'm super super quick only because of the clock okay I'm so sorry I I wish I went to a restaurant today to get a tech out there for young people there who were so nice and so sweet and they said you're the first person who's been nice to us today and I said you know what you're the first young people I have seen be kind and sweet and I had promised me promise me you'll walk out into the world and not be afraid of it because there are nice people there and the old one young man says truly are they're nice people yeah I said in my nice to you he said oh my god you're right there is yep that's a that's a beautiful collagen appreciate you connecting with this audience and I call on Russian show and I agree with you about your governor you have a main office in about about thank you very much for calling Russia show it when we come back I don't normally tease calls but I do want to use this one young woman who is an African American mother took a little bit exception was some of the things you heard about what African American mothers can do and what single mothers can do and so I want to give opportunities for this I want to say one more thing and so that's come up we'll get that the I promise next and we got to get into Russia we absolutely have to get into Russia because what we're learning out of that you speak of abuse I mean you speak of that sort of psychological abuse are talking about here just just real quick on Russian just try this just try this in your company can go to your boss and say Hey I happen to know that Kathy in accounting has been skimming money how do you know that all well I tapped her phones and I've been following around and and then I I went chapter parents phones in in a in a so I've got that and then by the way she's also she's having an affair and we had you get all this all I hired a private detective why do you think she was doing all this R. as well I just don't like her try that at your workplace this happened at a presidential level with their instruments of total security so we got to get into that much more as we continue right here on the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in on the EIB network weather traffic ninety five point five W. asks me what is news Chris Campbell widely W. 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"backman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Yesterday when the mark sandstone and ferocious on on a roll and very entertaining soliloquy about the bumper music here and I do agree talking about he said Backman Turner overdrive only tomorrow keep printing those are the guys in the band that that is one of the aspects of the show the rush out of of the medium that rush change this team at the I. B. change time and filling in for rush eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Jane from Saratoga county New York you are on the Rush Limbaugh program is taught her Michael again hi Jane your comments are brilliant by the way thanks so I wanna make some point having been a child abuse counselor for over thirty years what makes me sad in today's world hi this is really not about color it it's about control and the people doing this you said it's an age old control methods in abuse is fear and anger and if you make people fear you then they're going to do what you want so that they are not chastised or harmed and if you constantly someone will constantly point out someone's weaknesses until both people believe that and that's that's pretty much what we have to when I would go into a home I was very high abuse homes and you have to worry educate people you have to sit with them and talk to them and say you never learned this let's learn it the right way let's not learn it due to the fear that has been indoctrinated into you so let me see if I can maybe one descended to example is that someone who's had let's say real trauma all right let's say they've had traumas of a of a psychological sorts or physical sort they will have developed brain patterns and adaptations to this they believe are the norm in society that they censor the Norman society when in fact they've never actually learned the norm of society is that is that a decent way to state as a layman spot on yeah a day learn that yeah well they told me today I'm a horrible person but they won't hit me I'm not a horrible person and I do everything they want it's like the place you went I know exactly what place to talk about you talk it's it's like subliminal messages being delivered to you we don't even talking subliminal here that that what I hear you I mean like what I'm talking now that's not possible now it is I'm sorry give me directions you know it's gonna say I think it's fascinating that you're looking at it from this point of view so I hear a media that's that is saying to African American people be very very afraid mall cops all cops all cops in I see a politicians saying that will protect you we will protect you so I see an abusive father saying oh yeah I may hit you yeah but listen far worse things are gonna happen to you in the world is that kind of where we're getting in this yeah very much so yeah and they're like our governor governor Cuomo who is the biggest idiot god ever put on the face he said he is frightening people he has turned his back our country and our police force I spoke with two amazing young cops last night and they said it is so frustrating and and a okay let me ask you a question all right what may I ask you a question okay let's say governor Cuomo's out walking his dog and some this despicable human being walked up with a gun or not what do you think he's with the all the cop well he's he's not going to call M. S. N. B. C. calls or see his brother get CNN no he's he's well he's going to scream and run and then he's gonna call the cops call nine one one if this person is threatening him does he want the policemen to stop this person from killing him at all costs or does he want to back away and say oh no I have to be polite sorry governor Cuomo you're just gonna have to take it in the neck well right and this is in and so we're getting out to this other instance I think that we'll get into of of use of circumstances is you know the abuse you know the Afghans so so you know where I'm coming from my dad was a social worker for years in works out to kids in trauma and I've I've spent a lot of time markets and from the the abuse you know you get used to it was the thing that you can expect hi okay so I know my dad drinks I can see the signs I'm gonna get hit tonight so today I duck and cover but it is so then what I'm suggesting is people are afraid of the abuse they don't know so you have the spike Lee's another saying don't you dare vote Republican don't you as he said don't drink the orange kool-aid that's what he said so it seems to me the setting up of a thing of Hey look you're happy you've grown used to our views but man that other dues that's even scare so the presenting the the fear of the unknown is that is that accurate very much so yes right yeah yeah I'm going to abuse his day but you know my abuse don't step out there and risk may be greater abuse and they hold only these wonderful people lose sight of the fact that there might be good out there because no one tells them about it or shows it to them all right could I just give you an example quickly I'm super super quick only because of the clock okay I'm so sorry I wish I went to a restaurant today to get a tech out there for young people there who were so nice and so sweet and they said you're the first person who's been nice to us today and I said you know what you're the first young people I seems to be kind and sweet and I had promised me promise me you'll walk out into the world and not be afraid of it because there are nice people they're handled one young man says truly are they're nice people yeah I could in my nice to you.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Atlanta journal constitution and it's about a police officer who found out that a lot of kids in an area that he worked as an officer weren't doing any school work because they had no computer tablet nothing to be able to do this online learning stuff that we're finishing out the school year with he also found out that a lot of the kids in the area I was patrolling didn't have any internet access so this guy Keith Backman is the officer's name on his own went out and bought a bunch of tablets and gave them to these children and paid for internet connections to get them through the end of the school year so the kids could reconnect I was talking to a friend who teaches in an elementary school and teaches fourth grade and when they went to online learning it says school in a in a low income area eighty five percent of the students from our class vanished in the ether never to be heard from again because the families didn't have any money in order to be able to have internet had no device for the kids to be able to do school work and so they are year ended affectively the second schools.

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"backman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on KOMO

"A Sally D. as in his wife Debbie Backman were scheduled to fly back home to Seattle on March nineteenth after visiting family in Peru but several days earlier they got word from the country's government that had declared a national state of emergency suspended international flights and put a mandatory fifteen day quarantine in place to help stop the spread of the corona virus that declaration was just extended until April twelfth Texan says there's also a curfew in place guards are out in the streets to keep tabs on where people are going one family member can go on occasion to buy groceries or go to a pharmacy and I'm almost out of some of my medication and we checked on one of them they don't have it here so I'm on six more days and then I'm out for the U. S. state department has worked to get more than ninety three hundred Americans back home from twenty eight countries including Peru and at least sixty six more chartered flights are planned over the next eight days or so but tens of thousands Americans are still stranded waiting for word on when they'll be allowed back call that Steve McCarron reporting if you have ever been to Kona kitchen and maple leaf for Lynnwood chances are you've bumped into a woman many call grandma lives sorry to have to pass the word to you tonight that her family is announced she died after battling cove it nineteen come commerce's and fine has more on how the community members are calling this a very heart breaking loss seventy two year old Lismore health circle a kitchen with her daughter in G. as in Eugene nearly two decades ago customers say she's a sweet lady who always made them feel like family Hana Kona kitchen now said after battling the virus for nearly two weeks for this to come to the serious illness hundreds of people shared.

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"backman" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on WJR 760

"Restored Backman show he was tossed seven sixteen WJAR all right let's welcome back into the Frank Beckman show a lady who's been with us frequently in the past been awhile since you've been on though she's the Detroit city councilwoman fact she is the president pro tempore of the council that's like number two in charge as his vice president of the council I don't name is merry Sheffield were so happy to have councilwoman Mary Sheffield back on the show how have you been great thank you so much for having me on it is nice to hear your voice again and I tell you what this that we had to be a proud moment for you yesterday because you came up with this resolution and council adopted unanimously to urge governor Whitmer city leaders county leaders to to start moving toward banning residential water shut offs for low income residents let's let's talk a little bit that's the general outline let's get a little more specific yeah I mean I mean this has been an effort that has been ongoing for for at least six years since I've been on council that water advocates along with my start myself another academia believe that there is a significant health crisis for individuals who do not have access to the water and so we believe it's a we have a a true income based water affordability ordinance in place that we should put a moratorium on water shutoffs in exceptionally now in light of what's happening with the corona virus here instead of Michigan which we know that a forced your hand wash your hands on the way that you prevent the spread of batch infection until we believe again back in the midst of all of that we should have a moratorium on water shutoffs at what point does the U. Gerry brown the the water chief in the city says that the the proposal as he reads it calls for the the the the break for payments for people making two hundred percent of the poverty level he said that'd be fifty grand for a for a family of four is pretty good income right so at least we believe that the issue where water shut off is a systemic issue an equity issue that we have to address we applaud the administration we applied to get the rest of the progress that we're making replaced water restoration program however it is not a long term solution I'm in it's not gonna still address once disqualified it's in the bag down back you're still out of the people who are experience in water shut off in our TV and it'll be a direct out at the top at issue we're gonna be in a situation where we are now common on our governor we are calling on the Great Lakes water authority appointed officials to really come together on it six years now so it's time for us to come up with the income based water particularly planning something that we start has proven improvements that is needed in the city of Detroit all right now did you want the governor involved you want the legislature involved what this is the water though it's the Detroit water system and and people don't pay for the bit by the way people don't pay for the water itself they're actually paying for all the equipment we've got to to filter the water and to deliver it to homes through the system and all the people who work in the water department that's where the the money goes and so you know we we still have to pay that right was still going to keep the equipment running right I mean I think that the the major hurdle that we Pappas bar is how do we pay for each is going to be the part and not one more higher income families to subsidize Laurie come down you can have this plan in place install in every meeting that Danny and it always goes back to if you're going to be something by the water authority you will have to be on board with not a we are a regional authority each if something that is not given the choice issue what we need are the colors to come together and help address this issue and so that's what we're trying to bring everyone together on to try to come together to solve it thank us woman Sheffield while I understand the concerns about people who are down on their locker don't have the incoming can't pay all their bills I I feel that too but to to tell other people in the community you now have to pay for your for not only your own water but the neighbors to get can you sort of address the fairness of that for me so that's not what we're proposing Derek way the weights words wrapping gifts or needs and I will have to go into more detail but we're not trying to have higher income individuals affected by lower income individuals shared ways in which you can structure it other cities like Philadelphia had ninety where the burden is not shifted to higher income individuals it simply to put a cap on the amount okay needs that individual below certain income tax to pay and again we're not trying to put the ship on hiring committees we're trying to provide relief and the way in which we can't develop who need it okay that that'll cut down on the amount of money coming into the water system on yes yes it will there will be there will be a loss of of of of revenue but again we have to be very very innovative and and look at ways that you can look up you have done it either the fact that each that we can figure out how we can shift the burden and how we can make this plan work and to be a strike are you you are you're so confident of the support of the mayor on this too you know I will say this we have made some major progress I know that at one point in time I wouldn't really did believe every to have a restoration program the trade because there was a denial about the lack of water what a public health issue excel two either hackers restoration program if I allow people to pay twenty five dollars to avoid a shut off I think it's a step in the right direction we've had two very promising meetings with Jerry Brown B. WFD and the registration about our need to have a income based water affordability clinch I think our conversations are starting to move into the right direction I think the main issue now is you know what you just that's right out of you will be paid for it we need the state of Michigan economy and describe your door now right so they can come in and help find out guest low income based program we can also make you look at the fact that he's coming from the city I think there are different ways we can address this again for the party and it's not shifting to higher income people so I am optimistic that the administration will come on board I think right now the baby gets how do we pay for it how to restructure in a way that legally create a framework unique trait no not not to try to pick a fight but if you're going to have somebody pay for even from the state level that's somebody else's money that went in there and to the state doesn't to earn money and it's only elected from taxpayers like you and me and everybody else listening so it's it's a long discussion to have but one that is important right now and keep yourself healthy and don't worry about the coronavirus okay they're they're only two cases and all of Michigan right now no deaths they were you know they were like thirty four murders in Chicago in January and seventeen in Detroit and you know that you got a better chance to get shot on the street the new doing getting coronavirus what I'm saying if all right so now hope it stays that way by the way too Hey merry Sheffield it's always good to have you on the program thank you so much for coming on really appreciate your explaining this and congratulate getting it through thank you so much I appreciate you having me on talk to you again soon that is the president pro tem of Detroit city council merry Sheffield here on the Frank Beckmann ship we have a twelve year old German shepherd named so he he became an overweight teen green because why in about four years ago we found out she.

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"backman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"backman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Com to get there be inspired by it tell people about it like our friend Michael Backman is doing in Houston Michael back when the single handily going to get the after the pardon he and mattress Mack but I want to tell yet it ease ease so sincere that when Michael back until he justice Thomas movie dot com that he and his wife Cheryl and removed you know that it's that great I'm not surprised because I've known the justice for thirty years not well you know a good friend of your work when the man known him for thirty years and his robust big laugh it is a thing of of inspiring exemplary approach to living I do recommend it strongly Bernie Sanders on CNN town hall last night attacking Pete Briger judge cut number fourteen I mean the difference between Pete knight of a lot of respect for native made with a church all his ideology may be is still shaped by the fact that he has raised a whole lot of money for my thing forty forty five billionaires all and you know when you raise money from billionaires you develop a certain point of view are we don't raise money from billionaires we are very small more receive more individual campaign contributions for more Americans than any candidate in the history of this country that's that's a preview of coming attractions tonight as is this earlier today Michael Bloomberg offered to lift three nondisclosure agreements three which raises the obvious question already seized on by Elizabeth Warren how many other and are you giving consent on your side to the lifting of the restriction of every NDA from your point of view leaving it up to the other party to decide which is appropriate I think he's done I think he's finished reading Bernie's run away with it I mean Joe Biden again this I got to play this again cut number thirteen hi folks one is proudest of is getting past getting moved to you getting control of the Paris climate accord I'm the guy that came back after meeting with Deng Xiaoping all right done shopping have been dead for twenty plus years when the Paris climate accord was signed Joe Biden also endearing themselves to the South Carolina electric and the Texas super Tuesday elected in the Virginia super Tuesday a lecture with this comment cut number twelve in South Carolina yesterday I got assault weapons ban and major club band well I just heard from Las Vegas the largest mass shooting three point guards very needs a hundred rounds in a bulletin of the quicker with a gun you have hi I am not a gun person as coach later will tell you I'm also not a poker players most of you know from yesterday but I think I know that there aren't any hundred round clips if they are it's a very unwieldy gun Mike Bloomberg is such a bad candidate on MSNBC with al Sharpton said this yesterday cut number nine what is the argument you made that why my little book should be trusted by black Americans did something to try to reduce crime we did cut the murder rate fifty percent so we save thousands of lives it got out of control I made a mistake I've fixed the mistake of apologize for an answer to give this and I'm doing other things that will help the community I can go re write history but I can continue the fight against gets guns off the streets get a better education for people have more economic opportunity and the biggest thing I can do I think is replaced Donald Trump and put in a president who has a feeling for people because the president is the leader and we know what they like it or not you follow off a lot of people follow whatever he or she does so if he or she doesn't tell the truth more people live here she doesn't have a feeling for other people different races ethnicities genders orientation whatever people downstream will get that that's why the person at the top is so important yeah I don't think that's going to win many black votes but coronavirus sept eight one thousand tourists and holiday complex on the Canary Islands of Tenerife are now placed under quarantine after an Italian tourist tested positive for coronavirus this thing is moving so fast and of course the molars of Iran are not telling us the truth page one of any public health restrictions in place they're they're lying lying.

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The Nissan VR Engine

Past Gas

03:56 min | 3 years ago

The Nissan VR Engine

"VR. Thirty Eight D. E. T.. T. is an all aluminum. Twin turbocharged v six to great motor. That's right every engine is assembled hand cleanroom and only the most experienced Nissan mechanics are allowed to work in this building There's only four dudes that build these motors. There's with one hundred years of experience between them in the coolest part about it. Is that every single. One of those dudes are every single. Engine that comes out is signed by the guy who makes it. Yeah so cool so shouts to sell it. As Soon Emmy Yama Nope Mitsukazu zemeckis almost had zoom zoom e Sharia and Takumi Kerala those dudes that no one just named make every tr engine that has been sold so every time you see a gt are on the street or on the Internet. You know that one one of those guys built the motor. Yeah they're responsible for Creating car youtube by powering every. Gtri ahead some Bikini Babe trying to reach one hundred dollar bill during a launch. So these guys that get her none basically fan basically do they just get earned an account allow it the VR thirty eight initially really made four hundred eighty horsepower which wasn't I mean? It wasn't super powerful at the time because like cars the Zonda and stuff from making like seven hundred zonders a two million dollar cars. Actually this thing I think was sixty no eighty ninety The VR we are was hooked up the VR. Thirty eight rather was hooked up to an updated version of the TAZA. all-wheel-drive that prioritized rear grip. This time around the combination of great power lean by rear grip so not sliding it out. Yeah you had me until you got to. The board out. Part hurt the combination of awesome power and great all-wheel-drive made the GT are one of the hardest launch and cars in the world achieving zero to sixty in three point point two seconds. That's fast for Backman. Yeah was faster than all the expensive competition and the Gtri wasn't just good at streetlight. Straight line performance either. The new are thirty thirty five. Maybe understood a little more than the thirty four but when it when hawked around turns even the enormous of observers can see that the Gtri was hooked in the corners was getting her done and I love jokes that my friends take your soul. Crushing stability was the name of the game with the our thirty five. Th there's like these onboard sensors answers that are constantly monitoring monitoring what the car is doing adjusting suspension like thousands of times per second. Some people say that feels like the car is driving itself a little a bit. I like that. I won't complain about driver assistance and stuff. He's on helping yet. So Nissan's goal is to make a supercar picard. Anybody could drive and you know having a car that drives a self achieved that so while done Nissan Of course there is some special editions and racing versions like the two thousand as an eight. Ms Mu g t five hundred which was equipped with a V.. Eight engine and manual transmission down. The car was so dominant that the super. Gt League Wade. The car are down with a one hundred kilogram ballast and it still ended up winning the two thousand championship Dan. It was the first car to achieve championship with a weight penalty in ten ten years. The last team to do that was the pennzoil team in nineteen ninety eight behind the wheel of a bright yellow are thirty four. Gt are are you making big Bro. Yeah the Nissan. Gtri probably one of the most. I mean come on who doesn't love. we

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