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"belsey" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Beijing for the monitor. The backdrop for Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine is partly economic. A people long tethered to Russia have been increasingly looking toward the European Union for business and trade opportunities. Russian president Vladimir Putin got a lot wrong with Ukraine, but he did get one thing right. The nation is increasingly moving away from Russia and toward the west, not only politically, but also economically. Once a big exporter to Russia, Ukraine now sells more to Europe. From 1997 to 2005, its economic center of gravity moved eastward toward Russia. Since 2005, however, in the aftermath of the orange revolution, protests that annulled the election of the Moscow backed presidential candidate, the economy has been moving westward. With that switch has come a change in the makeup of Ukraine's exports, points out a recent report by the Harvard growth lab and the complexity science hub Vienna. It used to sell some of its most complex manufacturing goods to Russia, cars, aircraft, and so on. Now, it's increasingly selling agricultural goods and electronics to Germany and other European nations. The shift has not been easy. Per CAPiTA GDP peaked in 2013, and then plummeted with Russia's 2014 takeover of Crimea. The economic toll has been especially heavy in the eastern part of the country, which is home to the largest concentrations of ethnic Russians. The industrial area of the Donbass and 8 years of war between the government and Moscow backed separatists. Generally speaking, the eastern provinces or oblasts, bordering Russia, have experienced the biggest declines in firms. The center of the country has been stagnant and the northwestern oblast closest to Europe have seen growth since 2011. The outcome of the war may well determine whether this economic shift continues. Laurent belsey and Jacob turcott collaborated on the graphics and text, you can find the.
"belsey" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Case Bryant for the monitor. At root, money or currency is built around trust. Will it be worth its promised value? Cryptocurrency may seem to have failed that test, yet people are turning to it for reasons that go beyond stable value relative to traditional dollars. It's been a red ink spring for American investors, stock markets stumbled as inflation, shortages, and war sapped economic optimism. In the world of digital money known as cryptocurrency, the losses were far worse. Bitcoin has lost more than half its value from November highs. Some digital currencies designed to be worth $1 at all times, collapsed. Why would anyone trust such shaky money? For some in cryptocurrency, the volatility has been part of the appeal. When prices are going up, rather than down. But one key reason is also that the technology behind it promises a revolution in finance. Wait a minute, you may protest. I already can move money digitally for free and almost instantly with services like Venmo and Zelle. But that is a bit of an illusion involving an advance on money that still takes traditional financial institutions, hours, or even days to transfer. The new technology behind cryptocurrency called the blockchain is a radical departure. This software allows money to be decentralized. Anyone can launch new digital coins without government permission. And in theory, users don't need to trust any of the players in the system, only the technology and the assets to back it. This story was reported by Lauren belsey and Waltham, Massachusetts, for the monitor. If the Supreme Court overturns roe versus wade this month, it will cascade through society in countless ways. U.S. service women and The Pentagon warn.
"belsey" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"And few options to strengthen either one. That's true for its energy industry. Now oriented toward Europe or beyond, and also for developing alternatives to get around banking sanctions. All this makes flouting 21st century international norms, such as invading a neighboring country without provocation, very expensive. This story was reported by Laurent belsey for the monitor. Lithium is a key component in clean energy efforts around the world. California could supply vast quantities of the metal with minimal environmental damage. But can it act quickly enough? The world is clamoring for lithium for a variety of energy needs. Including rechargeable batteries for electric vehicles. California could go a long way in supplying that sought after resource. Most lithium today is mined in Australia, Chile, China and Argentina. Through methods that have serious environmental consequences. By contrast, in Southern California's imperial valley, deep below a large shallow Lake called the Salton sea. Lies the world's biggest reservoir of brine that contains lithium. Sourcing lithium there would avoid supply chain issues and mitigate negative environmental effects, says geochemist Michael mckimmon, professor emeritus at the University of California riverside. He sees very little environmental problems associated with the direct extraction of hot geothermal brine in the Salton sea area. Where the brine is already being pulled up at 11 existing geothermal power plants. Lithium extraction could be added to those operations. The brine would supply all of the U.S. needs for the foreseeable use of lithium, says doctor mckibbin? If the United States became an exporter, you could end up dominating the global lithium market he adds. But timing is important. The technology for this is just now being developed. Well, doctor mackinnon says, the auto manufacturers want that lithium right now. This story was reported by francine kiefer and Pasadena California for the monitor. With housing prices in many American cities soaring, community land trusts are trying something.
"belsey" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Among ordinary Russians? And if so, could that undermine mister Putin's authority? This column was written by Ned temco in London for the monitor. How much could Russian sanctions affect the world economy? That, largely depends on whether the west is willing to target Russian oil. The sanctions severely squeezing Russia are also hitting the west in terms of higher prices and inflation and lower growth. The impact varies by region. Skyrocketing natural gas prices for Europe and record wheat prices for Egypt and the rest of North Africa. But the big questions are what happens to oil and in the private sector. Motorists worldwide are seen gasoline prices rise. But the effects could be far more severe if the Biden administration sanctions Russian oil. Currently, energy is exempted. Oil accounts for nearly half of Russia's exports, so sanctions could hamper its economy far more than those already in place. The U.S. has shown with Iran that it can largely cut off a nation's oil exports by making it impossible to make the transactions through the international banking system. So far, president Joe Biden has not taken that step. Perhaps for a mix of strategic and economic reasons. A White House spokeswoman said Wednesday, the administration is very aware such a move would raise prices at the pump. This story was reported by Laurent belsey for the monitor. Britain has long been a home for Russian, dirty money, earning the capital of the nickname, London grad. But the Ukraine war is stirring the government to clean up corruption. As Russia pushes onward with the war in Ukraine, prime minister Boris Johnson announced this week that the United Kingdom is moving to, quote, clamp down on Russian money in the UK. That signals along awaited U turn in the historically laissez-faire attitudes adopted towards Russian oligarchs and their extensive investment into British institutions. Transparency international identified over 2000 UK registered companies used in Russian money laundering and corruption cases. Involved in more than 82 billion pounds or a 109 billion U.S. dollars of funds diverted by, for example, embezzlement and unlawful acquisition of state assets. The advocacy group has also identified some 1.5 billion pounds worth of London property owned by Russians accused of corruption with links to the Kremlin. The escalating violence in Ukraine has completely changed Britain's casual approach toward Russian money, says Catherine westmore, senior research fellow at our USI. British military and security think tank. Key among those changes is mister Johnson's resurrection of decade old legislation that would require anonymous owners of property to identify themselves. Or else the property can not be sold. Violators of the law would face 5 year prison sentences. It's hard to celebrate the fact that new legislation tackling transparency is coming in, says miss Wes Moore. But it is much needed. This story was reported by shafi musadiq in London for the monitor. Mass shootings in houses of worship are rare, but create a conundrum for reconciling security with spiritual mission. Leaders are allaying fear with fresh thinking and steadfast resolve. Headlines about mass shootings, such as this week's tragedy, in which a gunman shot and killed 5 people in a Sacramento church. Our sparking intense debate over how to protect places of worship, and whether to allow guns inside sacred spaces. If people are afraid to come together, then their religion becomes much, much weaker, says Jeremy Amon, director of security and operations at the Massachusetts nonprofit, combined Jewish philanthropies, fences, cameras, and security guards might help regular worshippers feel secure, but risk inhibiting an open armed welcome to visitors. And yet,.
"belsey" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
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"belsey" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast
"I guess they don't want to You know experience. You know maybe less less trauma from people who don't understand why they do what they do but i don't know it's it's just too deep. Deep is very dandy. Cuss tangles their topic. Joe biden sign is ordered that ended the band on transgender participant in the military and federal jobs. So that he and he. He signed his echo order. Signed over so basically. The base know people of that of that In class category to that category Not grim nation to join these organizations or groups or whatnot. And all this stuff. And you're not in the military has always operating on. Don't ask don't tell policy cut off saying so another push back on show like that. So yeah don't know that just that again that kind of goes back to wanna say separation of church and state but are certain things like unless you go to a private school. You're not gonna necessarily hear about you hear america's like that but they ever ever said in this. We did go to catholic private school and went to a christian school Then we went to thousand religious affiliated. But but i make plays like there. You're gonna you know course praying the morning we to regular school primarily. You didn't ever hear him say. Hey we're going to pray to god or anything like that or you know god. This god that appreciates christian christner's he's i'm saying it was you have the The was that called. Fca the belsey christian athletes you know but but it was not the most christian thing we had. Of course you know primary care about. Was he the christian. Mccaffrey's here there. Now we Some jewish people and of course all blacks christian mainly stuff like that but at public school. It wasn't sad you need just this guy..
"belsey" Discussed on Board Game Impact
"Howdy and welcome to another episode of game impact as always. I am bruce. Joined by this is josh and today. We're going to be doing something pretty cool. We're gonna be diving into what's called. The sunk cost belsey. But before we get there if this is your first episode listening to board game impact we are to educate if we both work in higher education. And what we're doing is we're breaking down gaming experiences from our education lenses for your gaming group and your benefit so if that sounds like something of interest to you make sure. Subscribe here on her youtube channel. All the places but josh before we get into the episode you have a special shout out that you would like to do. Absolutely thanks bruce. I just wanted to give a very brief shout out to several members..
"belsey" Discussed on Improvised Weapons
"Kassian from behind you at the window sill you can hear that patter of fingers as the hand leaps down into the room and makes it a little bit behind. You and you also hear something else coming up a bit sounds slithery and it sounds like it's making its way up the wall but you don't see anything else entering the room quite yet otherwise he is maintaining his spell so Kassian is your turn <hes>. You need to make another constitution save. I have a question yes. If you cast dispel magic you can select which magic is spelled so you can dispel magic on a specific area creature or object right so he was essentially went to dispel magic on your fake because of the spell centered on him cool because maybe I shouldn't have dispelled stopped him because he would have just cancelled his spell to okay. That was an unnatural twenty. Okay so you make your said okay. I am now to dispel magic on his thickening radiates catches casting that third level okay. I'm so go ahead and roll your it's a DC ten plus forecasts fourth levels Belsey fourteen so it's plus my spell casting modifiers which is my charisma plus. My Proficiency Plus Ellipse Bars actually get a special bonus on this because it's an ability check the other way or something about so so you can you get your jack-of-all-trades thing if you're using one of the standard abilities this your spell casting ability is difference is separate from those ability checks Fars sworn those ruling about this but okay so if I'm not so yes that's a plus. That'd be a plus seven because it is with proficient. I mean it's whatever your spell attack. modifier is whatever you would roll the spell attack with okay. Is that the same that's the same role as counter spell because I can't counterspy no. He's casting dispel magic. Yes Oh cool. This is the same thing yeah once reaction was buck yeah okay. That's is <hes> twenty. Six Twenty six is well above fourteen. I think so now we're GONNA have to check them out John Onto your right now. Let's do that and that <hes> that radiant energy that sort of foreign off his body <hes> you you somehow just reach into the fabric of the world and you sever the Arcane connection keeping it up and it deems fades and even the light that alien was without putting fades away as well but the damage was done her remains. Yes sure I didn't know you could do that Kassian. Where was that one turn ago? You know what I was trying. The the new in these battles move though again and I wouldn't be deeply exhausted all of a sudden. It's been a long day. Are they still okay. I I slammed the door. Shut behind me as well. Okay just kidding. I'm so you're going to have to you'll have to move to be able to do that because it would have to slam like through so you're going to try to move to the <hes> the left or the right from where are you are. Currently I guess ideally wherever would keep me from occurring attacks of opportunity to say a difference <hes> I mean you'll you'll get one from his hands. No matter which direction you go. Where is his hamper right behind you still be threatened? One of those spaces not with the door closed well essentially essentially because of the because of how you'd be stepping out of the doorway the only space that is threatened by A._M.. Right now is the space directly in front of the doorway because of how the walls well that's fine. I'll do that yeah okay so do you WanNa move to the left or the right to to live to the left to move to left and close the door while you're doing that. That's a seventeen to hit <hes> as he's moving out of that space can I 'cause. He was five economic disadvantage on that on attacking because he was a little. You're of inquiry space yeah well. You're not you can't be in the same space quayle. I'm right on his face basically yeah yeah. You can't kick them in the ship. Cuellar has nothing to to do with it. He's not attacking so the Shields GonNa go around trying to block. Basically you'd never reactivate inter shields. Oh that's right okay so I can't technically I can impose his evanger. Find a way of doing it though yeah the problem is right now since you're one handed ended if you're holding a weapon or anything else you cannot physically raise your shield to impose disadvantage on something right right so that's something that you have to figure out to work perfect so I'm going to say it hits <hes> so that's four seven within ten plus. That's thirteen points slashing damage once again to your but for Kassian you must be used to this uh-huh. What am I seventeen?.
"belsey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"belsey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Talk. It's Red Eye Radio. He is currently non Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye. Let's go to Ron and under the Beach, California. Ron welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Are you doing? Very good. Thanks for calling. Okay. I basically the problem is, is that you guys and, and really everybody, including Bob Muller. Containing two groups of people one group includes one person that is sitting president, the group is everybody else. And the, the thing is, is that the department of Justice office of legal counsel, Belsey opinion about you can't indict a sitting president, that concept means that. You can't in bite. The of the evidence rises to a level that you would in normal person, you can't do it to the president. So that's what Bob Muller was indicating when he mentioned, the all Elsie opinion when he talked the other day. Listen to the show or listen to the last guest, that's garbage. He can still he can still point out the crimes that the president has committed and say that we believe that the president has committed crimes you can do that without indicting. You don't you're not indicting, and we, we gave the example. No, we gave the example as if the president committed murder if there was alert if there was. Go ahead. Go ahead continue, please. Please, let me get by our point in the reason I say, the two groups is that what's the sitting president per second. Everybody else when a prosecutor looks at a case, and they end the evidence does not rise to the level that they believe they could indict this person. There there is that they're supposed to shut the hell up basically came date..
"belsey" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Road and looking for neutral will five seventy five southbound right before Belsey rude. Triple team traffic WSB radios only five day forecast. Here's WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish. Terrific afternoon with warm temperatures and dry air, and the we'll stay dry run on through the daytime tomorrow, then a half to one inch of rain on average tomorrow night and Friday combined remaining warm run on through next week. Take for tonight, a few clouds lows around forty six tomorrow, increasing clouds showers and thundershowers. Eighty percent likely in the evening and overnight high seventy three low fifty six Friday, a shower thunder showers seventy percent likely early morning diminishing to a thirty percent chance by evening, high seventy three low fifty six Saturday, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. A thirty percent. Chance of showers thunder shower, high seventy seven low sixty one my exclusive five-day forecast Sunday and Monday a forty percent. Chance of thundershowers Sunday sixty percent likely Monday. Highs Sunday eighty Mondays seventy four lows fifty five to sixty three WSB storm tracker radar cleared at seventy one degrees on Peachtree street coming up to six nine with news on the hour the half, and when it breaks I'm Chris Chandler on Atlanta's exclusive twenty four hour. News, weather and traffic station. News ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on. To be. Everybody. Welcome to the Mark Arum show. Mark is not here tonight but filling in yet don't sound like Mark you.
"belsey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A commotion intelligence. They might be right. They'll probably be over rated over rated is what he had to say to you about the Steele dossier. So this this really is something Nick Belsey. It's amazing that he. He would not say anything at all about feels. Specifically, also like you said, then I mean that is unfair fide. And he also said politically, you know, it made an impact in the beginning. But then nothing was verified and it was overrated. And he he just kept saying that's what I would say it's overrated rate. I mean, there's nothing in there that he could say positive at all. So were you surprised by by how candid he was about this and how willing he was to say overrated and had anyone ever asked him ever about any of this before? Because I would think when this first came out that reporters are probably knocking down his door to ask him about the contents of the dossier. You would think so. But I've noticed a lot in Washington over my ten years in town. I'll go I'll see an angle and certain things that other people don't see and I show up and I'm like where is everybody. Yeah. Nobody. Well, let me ask you. Then if that happened in the Ted Koppel event because you because you got this other audio that everybody's chattering about this morning when I say everybody, I mean, literally just the conservative press. And it's it's that Ted Koppel is accusing the the New York Times and the Washington Post of of just having it out for Donald Trump genuinely that he thinks that things have really changed at those papers, and they have an animist for the president. That's been on display all the way since the election. Were there other reporters at the event that you attended where you gathered that audio? I didn't notice anybody there, except there was a videographer for the institute that was holding me that the organization I didn't see any reporters. There were a lot of members of the public. There was a crowd of about fifty people. But I didn't see any reporters. At least none that I recognize and afterward. I tried to get coffee expand a little bit on these comments. And he's like, I'm not doing interviews. Here is to catch a train. Car. I saw significance in that clip out of the hour long discussion where he's just basically saying the New York Times as news organization as a news organization, and the Washington Post have made up their mind, Trump is bad for the country and the showing and that Trump's not mistaken and his perception that the media is out to get it. When you hear a legendary anchor Ted Koppel saying that everybody should be reporting even members of the public in that eventually when that up on social media, nobody was talking about it. Now, why did why in your estimate did this take a while for this today called I saw you posted it I believe the eighth. This would have been the day after the event, but that was that was March eighth. It's now it's now March twentieth. Why is it taking so long for this to even get planted in the press? I you know, I do work with several news outlet in town. And I've actually after I went there because I think in advance if my have going over this Ted Koppel of that. Right. Like, oh, he's been in the business forever. What's he gonna say? But I went anyway. And then after that, I've sent it out to people like, hey, I'll I'll give this to you exclusively. I'll post this for you. Write it up. All right. I mean, I had every folly everything listed in there. Own you can find it Nick Belsey dot com, and it's up there. And I think for a while for it to get traction. I guess because I was you know, I'm working on my next job to do. Well, good for you. I mean, you've posted it and now it's out there in public. And we're glad we could be a help help in a small way to advance. It. This has been great. Thank you so much, Nick good. Good judgment all the way through. Thanks for really nice to talk to you, eight forty-three in WMU. Thanks, eight forty three and w E mail.
"belsey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"One of them's about Christopher Steele boss, and we'll share that with you in a bit right now. I want to talk about the other one which is he got this audio of Ted Koppel. The the former ABC news star. This was a discussion that happened on March seventh so we're beyond that. Now, of course, but nobody paid any attention to it. But it involves the famous newsman having a discussion with with Marvin Taub at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace, and they get into a conversation about the press and its political disposition towards Donald Trump. Ted Koppel with some very interesting remarks on media bias serious. I'm terribly concerned. The when you talk about the New York Times. Where are you talk about the Washington Post? We're not talking about the New York Times fifty years not talking about the Washington Post fifty years ago. We're talking organizations that I believe has in fact decided. Donald J Trump is better for the United States. We have on the front page of the New York Times. Fifteen years. Commentary on the front page. I remember sitting at the breakfast table with my wife during the campaign after the access Hollywood tape came up. The New York Times defend met defended here by using the language. Exactly. What words for years, and they was spelled out on the front page. Times. The times is absolutely couldn't mitt. Making sure that this guy does not get elected. So his perception. Establishment to get him. Being the great journalist. It is. The notion the most of us look for Donald Trump as being an absolute fiasco. Mistaken perception, Ted Koppel's removed from Google and Facebook and Twitter. He's no longer available. Ted who Ted what I'm sorry. What newsman ABC never heard of doesn't ring a bell Ted Koppel black bags for saying that I mean listen to him. He's he's he's right, of course. And so much of this. But to say the New York Times is complete turned into a now asus on its front page. Daddy was out to get the president is specifically wanted to see him lose the election. I mean, who's denying these things who's who's going to be like, no, Ted Koppel's completely wrong. I'm hearing a lot of silence out of the establishment press when it comes to Coppell's remarks. Well, of course, you are. That that can't be because exactly what he says. They do they did this happened on March. Seventh tight about we just I just found this story yesterday talking about memory hauling it happened March seven hundred was not a story until yesterday. And because again, the media is doing Ted exactly what they do to President Trump. We're gonna ask fallacy if Nick Belsey at eight thirty five whether or not there were other reporters there or if he was the only one wondering like wise, nobody covering this probably happened. There are probably more reporters there because this was at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace or probably more reporters there. And then after he said that they all got up and walked out. Yeah. There's no news here. All right. Here's more with Ted Koppel says the press is part of the resistance. That's the problem is not mistaken. When so many of the liberal media. Describe themselves as wanting to resistance. What does that mean? That's not that's not said people who consider themselves with foreigners. Reporters. That's the kind of language that's used by people who genuinely believe. The suspect with some justification Donald Trump is bad for the United States. The sooner he's out of office. Whether that happens by virtue of indictment impeachment election. Now, I'm not just agreeing with Ted Koppel busy because he speaks slowly and that makes him sound smarter. Is that it I'm not I actually agree with the words that he said to, but you can't describe yourself as political activists are part of a resistance, and then simultaneously expect people to say that you took an unbiased look at the news. And what's interesting is Ted Koppel doesn't like the president. I think he's a fan of President Trump. But yet he is intellectually honest enough to call out the news media for what they're doing for exactly what it is he imparts wisdom at a slow pace. But it makes it sound smarter. Say it with a British accent. And I'll totally believe eight twenty two WMA.
"belsey" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Announce time for the last word why Fred alley Belsey is in for lords toss to Allie look at how lucky I am. I am I'm quite comfortable saying that being a white nationalist is a bad thing. Empirically? I'm quite comfortable saying being white supremacist is a bad thing empirically, and that Republicans should wash themselves of that big Steve king. Yeah. But also when he said that you don't want to build your civilization with other people's babies that seemed to be pretty openly white nationals said so much before why? Now, this is not nuance right at all. It's unsubtle. Joy. You have a fantastic weekend. We'll see you tomorrow on TV. Thank you very much. Great show. That's all right. Breaking news tonight from the New York Times, the FBI opened an inquiry into whether President Trump was secretly working on behalf of Russia. That's the headline tonight. Here are the stunning opening lines of that report in the days after President Trump fire James B Komi as FBI director law enforcement of fish. Became so concerned by the president's behavior that they began investigating whether he had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests. According to former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation. So what does that actually mean? Well, according to the New York Times counter intelligence, investigators had to consider whether Trump's own actions, quote constituted, a possible threat to national security agents also sought to determine whether Mr. Trump was knowingly working for Russia or had unwittingly fallen under Moscow's influence. The New York Times report, the Trump caught the attention of the FBI counter intelligence agents after this moment this moment in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Russia if you're listening. I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. But even after that and other alarming incidents during the campaign. The time says that quote law enforcement officials put off the decision to open the investigation until they had learned more..
"belsey" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"You're correct that is garbage nonsense. That's designed for if you're issue spotting and not reading carefully makes no sense whatsoever. Be apply state law because the car is currently located in St. a put a pin in that one see dismissed the suit because the. Date. A court must give full faith and credit to the state be judgment. That's what you picked or D removed the case to federal court because the car has moved in interstate commerce, and therefore the case raises a federal question you you dismissed out answer D as well. Also, a good elimination. The the case this might have been a basis for originally remainding the state be case to federal court. But right now, there's no federal question. And the the question is just is the judgment entered in St. be valid in stay when it went to trial. It went to verdict, and you didn't appeal it and you picked answer. See that answer is one hundred percent, correct. When when the court issues judgment get you don't get to go back home. And then the person moves to your state later, and then ask through a bad court thing. That's insane. This is a really really good L astray tion of how you know common sense. Because I look lawyers will get this question wrong. There will be people that guests over the weekend. Maybe we'll pick a wrong answer as TT winner. Who who get it wrong? And and common sense. We'll help you get it. Right. I don't know. I think when they hear me giving them a strong. Does of commonsense. They'll they'll get it. Right. No don't. Just a bad streak. They're probably just okay. Whatever Thomas pick don't go with that. Well, that that could be the case the give Belsey right there. Not really because it's tireless possible that I could get the wrong. It's every single time. Cool. I got one right? Yeah. I thought I had a handle on this one. It was a tricky fact pattern. But I I've I've I've learned that I really need to make sure. I don't know how much it's making a difference in my scoring. But one thing I have learned over the course of this test is that you really need to pay attention to who is bringing what action for what like make sure to read that like highlight that information in your brain and stop stop and take a look at that to be certain because at times I have accidentally, you know, read it, but then forgot or skipped over to whatever I'm thinking about other issues, and then you really need to know like wait who's bringing what action for what? And that's why just made no sense to me. Because like, I don't I don't think you can bring a new suit saying this other bad court thing this. Oh, so that that was what the what I've been thinking is is is that a safe lesson to take away from this? What he think I don't wanna give bad info about ticket? Yeah. No. I think that's I think that's really good advice for taking the bar. All right. Well, thank you so much got one right back. Back in the saddle. And let's find out who this week's unlucky winner is who got wrong answer. But is the win. The hall of Justice..
"belsey" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Yeah. Hey, what's up Trevon? How are you? Who's this? This is Jubal from Brooke and Jubal in the morning. What what was that voice? That was the sound of somebody saying awkward because we were just listening to your awkward conversation with Chelsea it's a segment on our radio show called the awkward Tuesday phone call Chelsea wanted to call you on our show to ask you out, even though you and her friend broke up just about a month ago. Shopping. Yeah. Just a little bit. That's pretty much the whole idea behind the segment, but I had no idea that Belsey was gonna try to like hate one hundred friends so much to get you to go out there. That's not what I was doing. I was just being honest. Oh, you need to re listen to what you were saying Belsey over you. I still cannot figure out what was going on. I'll explain it to you one more time. Okay. We also radio show. It's called Brooke and Jubal in the morning and Belsey listen to our show. She's like you for a while, you just broke up with her friend, and she was calling you on our radio program to ask you out. It's kind of weird. That's true understatement. Could be kind of weird. Trivett I just wanted to see fair. So that's why I just wanted to. I don't know. Ask you. I'm just confused on me. Alana. No, you're doing this, even or no, no. I just wanted to see if there was something there between us before. I said anything to her. I guess okay. It's sort of a weird way to do it. I guess there isn't a right way to do it. So I guess you're gonna hear the wrong thing, you might as well go all the way with it. So what do you think Trevon Belsey likes you and wants to go out on a date with you? Boy, this is a heavy. I I don't know. I just I just thought that you know, when we hung out before we had a good connection. So it might lead to something more. Right. I I just it's just so soon, you know, I mean, it's only only about a month, you know. So. Maybe like another week. I don't know. I I just I don't know how to process any of this. Drinking talk about it. And maybe we can assess our feelings for each other. Don't let it go. I don't know. It just it just seems a little too soon. Come on. Go out with me for drinking. It doesn't work out. It doesn't work out driven. Do you? Do you like Belsey at all? Like, could you think about her in that way? Maybe I mean, she she's.
"belsey" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Awkward tuesday. Brooke Jubal's awkward Tuesday phone call in today's awkward Tuesday phone, call a girl named Belsey is on the phone because Belsey wants to taste some forbidden fruit. Oh. Some forbidden fruit has just come on the market, and she wants herself some Trevon berry berry pie. If you don't know what Trevon Barry is Belsey is about to tell us. What's up Belsey? How are you? He does sound hungry. Hearing your voice can't wait till you get some Trevon berry in your life. When you say. Thanks for agreeing to do the awkward Tuesday phone call today. Why don't you tell everybody what I'm talking about? So there's a guy that I really like and he's now available in the market. She's charming, handsome, your blue eyes. When we got you say you say on the market as if it literally is a grocery store. I been. Like the fruit. And his name is treading. Okay. There you go. That's what I was trying to get at the people who are just tuning in. Or like what the hell are they talking about? So there is a guy named Trevon that Belsey is interested in. But there is an awkward situation. And that's why she wants to do in awkward Tuesday phone call today. Because the problem is he used to date one of my good friends. How long did they date three years? My friends who three years, and they just recently broke up. Are you like the worst friend in the world? I think. We have chemistry, and we always had really good banter. But I don't know how to approach it. What? Wait like what kind of friends satis? Do you have with this girl? Really good friends, and they broke up after three years. Not like they have residual hearing how long ago did they break up a month ago?.