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"bente" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"bente" Discussed on KCRW
"Races still don't matter. Because people are still dying, and I think it is worth noting that while Turner said she doesn't support President Trump's, she also hasn't seen enough of Joe Biden to really support him either. And her husband, Marvin King Jr told me he wasn't voting at all. You can hear resignation in those voices. Aside from the presidential race voters with whom you spoke, maybe a little bit more interested in local issues, including the Senate race, the polls there show. Ah former governor John Hickenlooper, Democrat, of course, has a lead on Republican Senator Cory Gardner. Most voters say they haven't made up their minds yet or they need to do more research. And they do plan to vote in that race. I've spoken to a few Democrats who don't like that Hickenlooper has thes ethics violations. He had to pay fines for accepting gifts when he was governor. But Hickenlooper is still well known, and he's well liked by a lot of people who aren't necessarily of the political class. He was governor for eight years, and he was front and center on issues like floods and wildfires. He's a moderate. But Gardner despite being in the U. S Senate for six years, he isn't as well known. One voter did tell me they think Gardner is in lock step with the president. That's a message. Democrats will be trying to drive home in the coming weeks. President Trump did not win Colorado in 2016 men to please tell us about some of the measures that are on the ballot, also this fall. Well, we have about a dozen statewide ballot questions everything from banning abortions after 22 weeks. There's a proposal to create paid family leave. Another measure would reintroduced gray wolves and supporters air hoping to return those predators and interconnected population of Rocky Mountain wolves that stretches from Alaska to Mexico. Colorado Public Radio's Bente Berglund. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. Many theaters around the country or closed for what amounts to a prolong Corona virus Intermission. But in Ponca City, Oklahoma, just 18 miles south of the Kansas border. There's been a device in the air. My name is Chad Anderson. I.
"bente" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. So much has happened since Friday, when Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. Today She becomes the first woman to lie in state of the United States Capitol and we will have live coverage on many NPR stations. Debate over her replacement is far advanced and bent of Brooklyn from Colorado Public Radio has been asking voters what they think of it all. A few dozen Democratic activists gathered outside Denver's federal courthouse on Monday. To honor the legal icon and champion for women's equality. They also railed against Republican Senator Cory Gardner, who is in a tight race for re election and has since said he supports filling the court's vacancy. As long as it has been a senator, I've spent most of that time chasing Come around to hold them accountable. One of the rallies attendees was Democratic volunteer Kelly mayor. She's the mother of five daughters and says this vacancy is helping them understand what's at stake. This makes you really go. My gosh, we could lose rights Mayor hopes the coming nomination fight translates to votes for Joe Biden, but she worries it could also energize conservatives. I'm a little terrified it could I am but away from the rally's. It's not yet clear how much it'll be on the minds of less politically active voters. After Ginsberg's death. None of the voters I talked to brought up the Supreme Court is an important issue for them right now. 25 year old fedora, and Turner says she's most worried about how the country recovers from the Corona virus. She lost her job in March and says she won't back Trump. I'm very disappointed because a all of the lies be all of the insanity, Turner says. She's also focused on combating racism and discrimination. And she's not sold on Biden either. I don't know what biting can handle because he has not shown me anything that he has handled. 32 year old Jesse Angular, says He's not worried about the Supreme Court when he's struggling to make rent. He cleans houses and says, Because of the pandemic, he's lost more than half of his income. That was where I was like getting stable. I don't need no assistance from the government. That was like even more like trying to get home assistance. I can. Trump supporter Amy Carlson says the vacancy doesn't change anything for her, either. The mother of two likes the president's tough stance on China and trade. She's bracing for a bruising confirmation fight similar to what happened with Trump's last nominee to the Supreme Court is going to do a job, and I know the Democrats are gonna do everything they can to prevent him from doing your job. There's no much Democrats Can D'oh They don't have enough votes in the U. S. Senate to stop Trump from putting his nominee on the Supreme Court. One question is how much the political fight will impact the Senate race here. For now, Voters say they're most concerned with day to day survival. For NPR news. I'm Bente Berglund in Denver. On StoryCorps this week to teachers talk about the difficulty of getting more than a million kids back into New York City public schools safely last minute schedule changes have left parents, teachers and students frustrated and very confused. Emma Pelosi and her friend Debbie Fisher, worked with kids who have special needs, and they talked over StoryCorps connect. Took me six years to get a degree and I was thought there is a kid waiting for me somewhere as I'm studying now, most likely that kid is alive and it was the first day of school and I met my first kid. Then I saw the mom and I said, Do you know that I've been thinking about your son since the very first day I went to school, and it was a very emotional moment for me because in my mind's eye, I knew there was that you were waiting. One thing I know it. Does he 10 times the work in special education, But it also is 1000 times. The gratification. Absolutely. Although this week it was almost like we were canoeing through molasses. That's how it felt yet, and one of my greatest fears is going into a classroom and passing something along to a child and then having something happened to their families, and they happen to my staff. And I know that you can't prove that it was me if someone gets sick in my care, but I also don't know if I could sleep at night, all the same because I can't prove that Assad You know you're a human being. We both are. But you know what Emma will show them that we can get it up. There will be moments where it will be hard. But parents are going to see your ability to reach through that screen and make their kids feel comfortable, because that's what you do. I know it's going to be really hard. But my hope is that my kids feel loved whatever that takes. You know, they always say the Children comes first. I'm here all the time. Converse the Children. We I'm going to put really muscle behind that statement. So you watch us put those Children, first teachers and therapists and all support people in schools. We are the army. We will get it done. Remember us? Because we Yes, we really will. We promise we promise. That.
"bente" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From NPR news I'm David Greene and I'm Rachel Martin Colorado voters could well decide this fall which party will control the U. S. Senate next week they will pick the Democrat to challenge Republican senator Cory Gardner former governor John Hickenlooper was the party's first choice for the nomination but his campaign has hit several snags in recent weeks Bente Birkeland from Colorado public radio reports John Hickenlooper was a two term governor and Denver mayor he also had a short lived presidential bid his primary opponent is former state house speaker Andrew Romanoff who is less well known and more progressive among the first time voters watching these candidates is eighteen year old Emma tame I'm just so torn my conscience doesn't want me to vote for either candidate as a child of Taiwanese immigrants Tang says she doesn't support Romanovs endorsement of a tough immigration law early in his career as for Hickenlooper she was concerned about his answer during a racial justice form during the height of the George Floyd protests in Denver he was asked what the term black lives matter means to him bye bye Barrett game but every life matters and that the color of a person's skin has nothing to do with the rest of their lives I feel like you should have done some research on all lives matter versus black lives matter because it's been all over the news all over social media but I think there's nothing he could do or say now that would honestly makes me want to vote for him later he can look for apologized and said he does believe black lives matter Tamera to Brady is the president of Colorado black women for political action and was the one who asked him that question being in a society that Chellaston treated like our lives have no value you know it was very disappointing at a different event Hickenlooper mistakenly said George Floyd was shocked and then the video surfaced from twenty fourteen where Hickenlooper compared politicians to slaves and there's more Colorado's independent ethics commission determined that he violated the state's gift ban twice when he was governor Hickenlooper defied a subpoena to testify remotely in the ethics commission hearing he argued that it would violate his due process rights eventually he backed down after he didn't comply with the subpoena was found in contempt I was just like that is just so stupid you know instead of just owning it that is frustrating Jennifer Riley is a Democrat from rural northwest Colorado despite her frustrations she's going to vote for Hickenlooper Riley thinks he has the broadest appeal to compete with senator Gardner I'm okay with moderate I'm okay with compromise and well when he was governor I think he he did compromise and he he got people on both sides of the aisle to support him ultimately democratic insiders like Colorado's house speaker Casey Becker say they think Hickenlooper's long track record may but once the impact of his missteps that's going to carry him a long way and he has always come across as someone who's really relatable and friendly and that's an important trait you know in a time when things are so divisive but whether friendliness and Hickenlooper's oddball nature set the right tone for this historic moment is one of the things voters are grappling with as they feel the weight of potentially deciding control of.
"bente" Discussed on Dreamland
"And of course later, I think it became clear even to him that, that was an insupportable statement. But what I'm asking is this really Nick. If you have any idea about where to go with this. There's lewd of reasons of theories about the secrecy and lose of reasons that these things may be kept secret. I'm not at all surprised by that. But will we get beyond where we are now? We've had in twenty seventeen we had a release of a couple of videos, but there must be thousands of hours. God knows what it's videos of it can even be video surveillance for all we know Shaw, Louisa was on the has, I think going on the record as saying that, yes, there are many, many more videos along the lines of three that we've seen colloquially. Tack game Bolongo fast. And I think he said that there are clear, a Bente quality videos out there. I'm not sure the necessarily going to give us an absolute cotton dried ons, as to want this is, but there is clearly more data and all that sitting in the Pentagon somewhere and as Louis zone though has said. It is against the process of trying to encourage to all the government congress who have to, to try to, to take some further initiatives in this department. And as literally as we speak, a new story is in unfolding bountiful this, and you mentioned the times, and the post, of course, politico have been a big part of this, too. And again, I think a couple of years would be on hood off to get reasoned, biologi-, sensible known derisory coverage of this subject, in the New York Times, Washington Post politico, but here we are so, so the landscape is changing it has changed ready, and that's an ongoing price. But yes, literally, as we speak political breaking this story about the US navy now issuing new joint lines for that point. Hits that radar. Appraisers should do when they encounter these mystery objects. I mean, just think back, I guess, you know, but I mean for listeners, you may not think back to where we were couple of years ago when where the public position was. We are not even remotely interested in this. We don't investigate. We haven't looked this since nineteen sixty nine when project loop was to eight. Ated now. Here we are fundamentally different ballgame with, with the US navy confirming literally yesterday in is reported in politico that, yes, these objects seen and tracked and chased..
Nasa, European Space Agency And Bente discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"There's currently a spacewalk underway outside the ISS. And how about nineteen nine thousand dollars to lie in bed for two months? Nasa is paying NASA and the German and European Space Agency say they're looking for twenty four volunteers to spend sixty days lying down. It's a study on bed. Rest research, how the body changes in weightlessness. Researchers say bedrest is like weightlessness. The study will be conducted from September to December this year in the German city of Cologne. Volunteers will eat exercise get dressed even shower while flat in bed. Researchers are looking forward twelve women and twelve Bente volunteer. Applications are available on the German aerospace agency
"bente" Discussed on Straight Up Parenting
"And they come out into this great American workforce. And they don't have anybody applauding them because we spent our entire lives applauding everything that they do. And so I feel like in a way those expectations that we've created for children at this point in a way set themselves up for failure. Whatever that definition of failure is which brings us again to the concept of success. And you know, I I feel like expectations are supposed to create success not failure. And you know, so that says in contentment, and I think what I've been researching for the stopping what I learned was which was an eye opener for me that no matter if. Giant pretends that she doesn't care about your approval or he doesn't care about your plane. What you pink they do? So it is imperative for us to let them know what our expectations are it is for us to know how high or low the bar we should set. Nobody knows Chilin more than two we need to recognize these other strands, let them Norsar their strengths. These are the challenge. Areas led the expectations be realistic there and equip them retooled and resources so that it's a wholesome personality. For me, my struggle is more with her time management argon is in her calendar. She is going to be middle school next year. My fear is going to be dealing with seventeen years as opposed to teachers right now, I am on top of the calendar. But how is she going to be with that? I've you may be equip them to know, how to do their math problems how to ride this particular essay. But how? Are we deal with tasking my main challenges that right now? So what are your ring is? I think also with watch hits in what you're saying is there is a link between helicopter parenting and Farrant Elec speculations because helicopter parenting is when you're trying to manipulate and it may be in a good or bad way the outcome. Right. You're trying to figure out for your China. Okay. This should be how it is the environment the environment. So that means that there is some relation between being a helicopter parent and having parents expectations that may not be realistic. Right. Because I think that's the key again is that realistic and under NIST Bente lex petitions in some way, shape or form. So it's very interesting when you were talking about earlier Kristie about Asian Americans as having more Barrett expectations. I was reading the study. Academic which was Akkad Maguire's more morsel, mostly academe. Ick dry. So one of the things that we as Asian American parents, do terribly data proves is we do not allow children to chores yet how short about and that's kind of what you're talking about. And there is what are you talking about my kids, do laundry? We'll check a couple my time. We're not exactly this was here was guilty of I'm guilty of it. I don't have tours assigned to my children and the more. I read about that the more I worry about that. Because again term success in the workplace. This is not missing this long term data studies that have found that children that do chores in their childhood. Whether expectation of the parent is that the kid is gonna load the dishwasher, the kid is going to unload do better out perform in the all night lot. I'm just giving my badge today. You have I have done this. That's it. This is. The end. That's great. If you've been able to. Indicator of term success in the workplace and not only that I think when you over scan your kits which I'm about league guilty to that. And you want them to work extra academics. The you managing diamond thinking. Okay, she finishing this. Should I be fighting battle about her chore right now, that's very realistic? Absolute Nannu absolutely went on a week. It should I be asking her to practice piano now and then to early and then to her math or should I be asking feed the dog where where does the balanced coming? Right. So we need to I think that's a realistic scenario for me because some of occasions when she's from school. She hasn't chores adventure doesn't get screened again reward at some point that has to become second nature. Yes. At indepence, how your family is of the family dynamics, teaching them how to manage their own priorities. When is my art club. She should win Travis..
"bente" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"I think really came up today or like yesterday. But again, it's one of these things it's obvious in retrospect, you writing these tiny little computer programs that you depend on all mentally if if you're considering that code will never change shouldn't abuction never change to so. I don't know what the answer to that is. I think it should never change. I thought you guys in your in your analysis. Put put out some pretty good recommendations in that you just don't change old stuff, but you can implement new stuff. Me don't change the handle of s store, but you could create a new type of store, which is cheaper, and maybe more restrictive or has different security requirements around can prevent this kind of stuff. He talked a little bit about your nations. Yeah. The main challenge here really is that you keep moving into as someone who has seen this when both sides so where like stop halts to grind because you are in this. What I call Jenga coating modes, you'll have friends who've any peace because he will not on the control anymore to what kind of invocations of has basically the whole project is not moving along any more versus the one where you know, what's going on. What it kind of indications hasn't you can do changes. That's very important think this current discussion where we started to look into in utilities and stuff which we would consider changeable in the future is important for audit. His because we can advise our clients on. Safe now, but not guaranteed to be safe in the future. And it was brought up by between himself and very shortly. After this discussion about what to do. Now that guests cost suddenly is something we need to be considering critical right as walls and consider that critical before and knowledge is clearly so when we start to at a lot more complexity into interior, which people's implicitly based security on top off than we would stop having a knee things, which we can move on anymore. It will be immutable blockchain anything we even even chained when we say future coats, huge instructions should be possible. But never change existing ones actually changes existing ones. Re entrances because an attack hall currently was reaction see has gas costs on the own side, which have certain amount which you cannot get rid of. But new attack coat which Chiba instructions potentially gets rid of it. So I think kickoff of this discussion was very good. We kind of think about what will the Therion community thing of all most or basically on change of things, and where they say look in the future of the expect that to change Bente make sure your smut contract with stay safe at say, the goal global block gas limits right at something that we know it's going to change eventually candid. What would happen if it goes Loa a lot a lot of smart contracts on anymore because they need to they need some gas for short. But then we expect that never took law. Always to will have do..
"bente" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"So that's I'm so happy that you're here. I had the most beautiful meal at Morimoto. And I just couldn't believe desserts that you sent out you are so talented. I mean, I'm sure people tell you that all the time. But before we start to talk about your desserts. I wanna go way back because you have such an interesting story. Unlike a lot of people we talked to new been cooking since the age of four, right? Yes. I started in my parents gettin on their the wonderful to shift of my grandmother. And where did you grow up and not how Okinawa depend? And how big is your family was my parents, and my brother and know, the brother, and then my grandmother lived the Turley full minutes walk away from us. Oh, you're so lucky that's really special when you're a kid to have something like that definitely. Because my parents voice backings. So I don't see them as much actually I think I most likely will might from other. More than is. Oh, my parents and your parents were in the industry. Right. They were we actually owned our own small little out, which is like a pub in the house. So that was that was our family restaurants. It was it was very small neighborhood restaurant will almost all of our guests for locals so the end of the workday. They would come in in the morning. They would come into effect is very small, but you know, very comfortable restaurant. I want to hear more about it because you say like a pub, but I'm guessing it has absolutely nothing to do with. It's nothing like an American or British pub, and you said breakfast. So it was open all day. It was even my father would be indigent cooking at around five. Neighbouring? He is the restaurant much more than my mother. My mother would go in later because he was a she was trying to take care of me like get us out to school. Then all that. So about might father would be there. I would say I don't believe. I've ever seen him wake up later than five thirty at latest at dawn to to be at the restaurant cooking and turning the throws on getting a pulse on what were some of the breakfast dishes. We do a lot of bentos Javanese cuisine, especially simple Japanese. He more like, it's very family cooking. So it would be better style. So it will be one Trey and you would have five or six things on there. So typical deputies breakfast would be as mobile of rice soup, fish and some vegetables are around. I know it sounds a little bit strange that we eat fish for breakfast. But in Japan, that's just no it sounds, so wonderful nourishing. And I think I would like that for breakfast right now. What was it? Typical lunch lunch was a heavier usually. But when I say heavy, it's heavy competitive. Most cuisines world, it's more, and it's a quicker preparation because of course, we had some. A few office buildings and construction sites around the close to homes that we would have construction workers. I would come in and pick up Ben Doan Bente would usually be like Yagi Sopa who like a surface sort of noodle. Or also, we were still go penthouse style. But it would be a little bit more food like maybe two portions of slotting Vega, but that's pretty much about it. That was kind of I we did a lot of Bengals. So you said up bento would they take them to go? Oh, yes. Definitely most of them did most of them did. And I'm just thinking of American takeout and all the awful plastic. And that is not the way the Japanese do things, what was the takeout packaging like so all of into his one box first of all. Typically, I would say one of the quickest bentos that result. And of course, the quickest most people would get that. Because I need to grab it as takeaway run back to office back to the side. It would be one bento. They're usually five compartments in the box. The lodged component would be for the starch which would be either rice or noodles. And then the other spoken one for either fish or meat and then vegetables, we are very heavy on vegetables getting away. Eat a lot a lot of folks, which is very typical of our cuisine in Okinawa. And also in Japan in general, and would they bring the boxes back? Yes. Actually, they did or actually and sometimes we would actually deliver as well..
#MeToo dominated Colorado’s 2018 legislative session. But advocates ask: Did anything change?
"Year in March one member of the general assembly was voted out of office by his peers, but others hung onto their seats. Even after allegations against them were found credible now one week before election day, Colorado public radio's Bente Berkeley reports on whether the metoo movement has done anything to change Colorado politics, and we should warn listeners. This story contains a description of sexually inappropriate behavior. Hey, how're you doing? My name's fate. Democratic state Representative faith winter is knocking on doors in the northern suburbs of Denver. She's running to unseat a Republican state Senator Democrats are pinning a lot of their hopes on winter. Republicans only have a slim one seat majority in the Senate and winter could change that. And I hope to earn your vote and there's something else. Notable about this campaign last year winter came to me accusing former democratic state Representative Steve Webb sock of sexual harassment that led to an investigation by an outside firm that found the allegations from winter and four other women credible left sock was removed from office coming. Forward was scary in rest my career to do it. But she says the issue isn't something voters frequently bring up to her and her Republican opponent and current state Senator Beth Martinez humidity. Says she hears frustration with the way, the metoo movement going actually what I have heard is that people are tired of hearing about it. And I think that it's actually affecting the folks that are wanting to bring forth claims see the point where they may not want to because they don't want it played out in the media on the campaign trail, neither candidate is going out of their way to talk about their role in the metoo movement or sexual harassment winter voted to expel a member of the house, while Martinez Humanika voted to keep a different Senator who was accused of sexual harassment and she stands by that vote. There was too much reasonable doubt in not enough credible evidence there the Senator Republican Randy Baumgartner denied the allegations that he grabbed and slapped a staffers buttocks twice in twenty sixteen yet an investigator found them credible days after the expulsion vote failed mostly along party lines. Eight other people's allegations against him were also found credible Martinez. Says she never read the second investigative report Katharina Burge's, the former staffer who filed the first complaint, I think it is considered a settled matter. And I think it's a non issue to most Colorado Burge says she's disappointed that what's happening in Colorado isn't more top of mind for voters who can ultimately hold lawmakers accused of misconduct accountable. I don't see myself as a movement. I see myself as a person who told the truth, and what was happening was destructive. Sadly, I don't even want to go back to the capital anymore because I've lost faith in the people who run the capital. Meanwhile, Coloradans are watching to see if this race will tip the balance of power in the state house next year for NPR news. I'm Ben to Brooklyn in Denver.
"bente" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"bente" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Yeah so he tells us that he i we don't i don't know that we've seen these notes from bente but this what you've broken tonight suggests that benet was keeping these notes along the way i would be very curious if bentiu also has notes from that that pivotal february fourteenth conversation which in itself could be the basis of less important that than the fact that we have these notes and publish them now is that we believe that he's handed them to two robert muller judge sugarman fesser at fordham university law school it's great to have you here thank thanks very much much more to come stay with us tonight i mentioned this a few minutes ago here's this new report from the new york times quote the president sought to fire robert mueller in december quote in early december president trump furious over news reports about a new round of subpoenas from the office of special counsel told advisors in no uncertain terms that robert muller's investigation had to be shut down quote the president's anger was fuelled by reports that the peanut the subpoenas were for obtaining information about his business dealings with deutsche bank quote in the hours that followed mr trump's initial anger over the deutsche bank reports his lawyers and advisors worked quickly to learn about the subpoenas and ultimately were told by muller's office that the reports weren't accurate leading the president to back down this will be the second reported instance in which the president is said to have told top white house staffers that robert mueller had to go times previously ported that trump sought to fire muller in june last summer but he backed down when his white house counsel refused to give the order.
"bente" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"The justice department is notifying the senior career official justice that he has been called in to give witness testimony for muller and then he closes this this letter of notification by asking for legal representation in this matter he says quote i am requesting representation or a commitment for the reimbursement of legal fees so give me a lawyer or pay my legal fees for me to hire one signed sincerely dana j bedtime so this document is previously unreported and we have not confirmed if dana bantay ultimately did an interview with millers prosecutors but this letter from him to the senior career official at the justice department indicates that dana bente has been asked to do that interview dana bent was had all of those senior justice department jobs who serve as us attorney in the eastern district of jinnah including key moments in the russia investigation and who's now the general counsel of the fbi and now here's where it gets good we have also obtained this document from another senior justice department official this time it's the head of the counterintelligence division at the fbi and this is a letter from that official to dana bentayga and it's an unusual thing you can see here this letter is dated just over two weeks after bentayga notified the justice department that muller wanted to talk to him this letter is dated january seventeenth and this letter from the fbi counterintelligence division is essentially a certification for bente that a certain set of notes that he took handwritten notes that were marked by justice department employees as top secret those notes are not actually top secret at all check it out quote dear mr vinci and then you see the u there at the start of the paragraph i think that means this paragraph is classified you dear mr benton this letter serves as confirmation.
"bente" Discussed on PTI
"They should sort of one they should be they get out there tony with bill sattar ran ski and and and and that that it's an ensemble of big ensembles still play it without john wall and they came back on cleveland and they put them away and i sent to you earlier i think the wizards kid do this even without john wall i know they gotta inc back in that could be difficult but i'm were intrigue with the whiz okay so let's go to that point for second because what you said on the show was you thought of wall missed twenty games that 13 in seven now you under bit because they are now eight and two without john wall and with their his you wonder bente i way under bit and thomas out around ski had seventeen points and eight assists and no turtle low turnover so this and we talked about this with more been badly the other day this is a coaching moment john wall gets back you have to convince john wall that everybody's gotta eat like not just you you you're the best player we got brought they're playing so well without you lebrun has entirely given thing lebrun has to make sure the energy level of his team doesn't he said that enjoys his hair put tony how can the wizards be on par will we to mid april when a playoff start can they be on par with a newly reconstructed cleveland team boss rail toronto who they own candidate is this your squad when you want yeah but i do know where i stand on this that i think cleveland got a whole lot better and is going to be in the finals again that's right so let's go to really strange topic from our dear friend rich eisen on his podcast eyes and says a baseball executive told him the rule change was being discussed that would allow a manager losing in the ninth inning to send any three hitters to the played he wants for example astros down to no problem out tuesday korea springer step right up a major league baseball source insist all the new york post that idea is quote not being discussed in the commission is office clothes quote so we of you tell me you'd like this idea.
"bente" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"That's why it was surprising just a few days before robert muller dropped his first indictments in the russia investigation when dana bantay was finally out suddenly announced he was leaving the justice department at nbc news leader learned he didn't jump he was pushed he had been told to resign after they gave him all those jobs why did they finally fire that guy after they've been moving around all this other senior positions do now but then they changed their minds just a few days ago they brought him back to yet another big job they have in working now is the general council of the fbi the trump administration just can't quit dana bente but today we learn something else about him something he did during his stint when he was acting deputy attorney general and that is that dana bantay was one of the many justice officials who signed defies the application to renew surveillance on trump foreign policy advisor carter page i know crazy i mean the president have reportedly been hoping to use this memo as a way to get rid of rod rosenstein because rosenstein signed off on one of those two in fact he appears to have done what everybody else did before him when it came to seeking a warrant to surveilled carter page every all the other officials in his position signed off on these things four different judges were happy to approve surveillance morrance and renewables when it came to quarterpage the differences that all those other highranking officials have since been fired or on their way out the door or are being threatened with being fired now like rod rosenstein data ba take signed one two they're not going to fire it again if trump fires rod rosenstein over this memo does that mean he has to get rid of dana ben tape too he also signed this fis.
"bente" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Yeah yeah like i i obsessing tower right when he the pool just i remember i had to i sat in the same spot on my couch and like my mom wanted to come down stairs to watch the games of my dad in me and we made our stay upstairs because she was upstairs for the alia regional heck yeah now if you hate you she couldn't come down watch against the less because she couldn't rica didn't watch them during the lcs tyler at do no heck super bowl run now late on me he's bente last who patriots who rules and he hasn't seen out either have ended he dips early no he he doesn't debt when he went to the seahawks one he had just happened to go to the bathroom like while the seahawks are driving like any just like high will yet like because he thought it was like ending and like he needed a cigarette he knew like commas mine and so no i think it was dave told them to leave now they think about i think dave was like i can't be around you right now and so he went to like the uh like the concessionary i couldn't see fucking shit so he missed the malcolm butler pick but they won because he removed himself so he was at this last super bowl and i think the whole fourth quarter he just spent he will i need to after the third quarters i need to change where i am it might have been all second fuck and a half yeah he was out there for a while they're music periscope ing yeah he's like taken pigs themselves like random stories were running upto manam cigarettes so he hasn't seen either of like the two most iconic super bowls while time i still pretty good runner like i had a feel like any of us would take that yet when we were down twenty three i believe i tweeted out of mike leaf might go some goes get outta you know you have to do acts like arguably more important than brady summits ugly phase a team player.
"bente" Discussed on EconTalk
"Effective and it's also of course uh probably in many ways better for the environment unless you literate unless you live in florida or ashley is funny because the the whole i round verses square part it in my business and not the journalism business bente in our oyster farm we pack our oysters in onion bags and of course oysters are regularly shape to begin with but when you put a million bags any sakhlin pallets for for transport or you put them in onion bags and then he put the 'union bags in larger boxes you're doing exactly the same thing as he oranges you're wasting lauded space and with uh we work with a much larger producer here on cape cod and they have switched over to boxes for that very reason and the whole revolution of america wants to the half tongueincheek but have serious piece that a cardboard box was one of the greatest inventions of all time and the the kubbar box on steroids has called a container ship inhalers funny 'cause i have had that exact same conversation we've talked about the greatest innovations of the twentieth century everybody's lego the computer heikal container shipping every time because it shockingly transformative of price uh any and i think it's i'm gonna give another example but i it's really important to remind us her selves that the price comes out to the consumer because of the competitive process they've only one person had the container ships they could keep all those lower costs in the form of higher prices for themselves uh i'm gonna give you at this a crazy example i used to um is to really be into eggs.
"bente" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Or even the one hundred two million units at the original position outsold it may be your contacts with something out selling the we since it launched but i just wanted to clarify yes that was my contacts thank you for clarifying judge rover editor in important thing to remember obviously going back in time there was even fewer options so it's funny with no could competition will do ya sale number turns out he followed up with a also use this distrust the place he should immediately challenged intend to as opposed to andreas agitation that nintendo dominated for twenty years the nintendo sixty four only sold thirty three million units in the game cube was twenty two million so please asians i two systems dominated nintendo largely due to additional features like the playstation2 doubling as a lot of people's first dvd player and of course don't forget though that nintendo and we can do that point both master system fit in all the regions toe germano okay um so big daddy wolf says if you have a game on disc you install it from the disc you don't download it's your connection wouldn't make a difference also more doing precious yes that's what i was also refer martyrs sucking it up that i'm downloaded games so monday when purchasing gonna be there would ever brighter searching i mean we've seen some pretty hefty day one patches the lack the next one from mr bente box days gone behindcloseddoor demo showed a different way of approaching the same segment from the conference's demo but it was being played by the developers there was no handson been shut the fuck up that wasn't the argument who say did you get handson no the different thing it's also very possible that the person i spoke to.
"bente" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs
"It is not some you'd conscripts consider mrs early you reached gonna yes i think a lot of people who put on select immunosuppressant medication are told to solve medically advised to avoid grapefruit tune brian grapefruit juice and that kind of thing and i think it's to a lesser extent with other citrus fruits but grapefruit is sort of the the most citrusy if this just you're the one that tends to get to get mentioned xiao we move onto myths yes i k say i myth at benz ice make highs from other drugs feel bat run and i mean i guess this kind of allied the interaction's we've talked about this is sort of the case say it's quite rat i talked a lot about people who was sort of prescribed bends eyes and mankind if not really helped come off them so they might end up using them no medicinally that actually the really sort of problematic use of benzodiazepines is people who are also using other illicit drugs in particular things like heroin use of benz is alongside heroin is why you see the real kind of problems with people often said if i the day saying ending up in treatment enshrined if you speak to people who work in treatment and they say that like the people that they're the most worried about the people who use heroin on benz is together rather it can be sort of problematic unaccounted hans the intoxication from other depressants say things like alcohol and heroin and and some people use it to minimise the withdrawal effects from these substances while so i think what's in particular why it's used in heroin because if your hong hold of heroin and coming off it and the withdrawal we talked fun heroin upsides pretty horrendous you're heavy flu kinda thing men if you can take benz is that can really sort of minimize those feelings and kind of help you but then accomplishment your roof to the problem is that then you end up next to withdrawing from bente isn't joe here a really bad kind of cycle and as i mentioned in the interests actually used as a treatment for acute alcohol withdrawal you as well.