18 Burst results for "Berchtesgaden"

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

06:47 min | Last month

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on F That Noise

"At the top of and the if i if i create candy which i don't really much more like many. They're always take a peanut butter cups like as yeah. He's always liked bills out of there around. Is it peanut butter with chocolate or chocolate with peanut butter. That's the thing too is. This is the first candy that i have bought in freakin forever. I bought it for this show and one cat. I don't get it that much hungry. The same thing with the reese's peanut butter cups also. The reasons ones are the only good ones any knockoff. Peanut butter cup. you know. it's one kid at the nakas are just not good. We should shit. Hysterics is fueled by box nurkic. Sleep today is true. That's true too. Because like i remember like a kid like at easter and my parents are probably trying to save money and they would get like what was it in the yellow containers. They look like reese's peanut butter cups. Coppell don got traded at halloween. Oh yeah they're always be some of them but everyone else as. I like i like them. They're all right all come back with on halloween. Holy fuck. that was not so pissed off getting Lollipops hated fucking robbing the still hit the one halloween candy that when my kids come home with it is guaranteed to be scarves and fucking in in house from them before they know. It is the peanut butter filled pumpkins or christmas trees. Chris these like walgreens and shit like that. Oh that's reese's but the racist. The holiday ones ogden cheshire. Yeah that was my the last time i trick or treat it i was fishing carts at wegmans and i was walking home and i went trick or treating on my way home dressed as a white employees. Got a whole shitload. A candy to eat on my way. That was my last time ever of that was how old re is the last trick or treat shit third third fourteen eighth grade. Fourteen eighth grade can read all the time with the kids. Okay as when you were a kid to go out. I gotta stop doing this. At and i went out one time we're seventeen. Oh jesus jean-paul either sixteen or seventeen and sixteen or seventeen. I think i would have told you to go fuck yourself. He came to my door. Had people like aren't you think you're being a little old merges again whenever we just want to see if we could get away with it and just get the candy when you started when you start driving from house to house. It's time to stop dry. That's what i'm thinking might be sixteen because we weren't driving yet so maybe it was sixteen. I remember that it was. I got out one time after the time that i got my bag solid basil. Next year i went out with a baseball bat to find them. How do you know got stolen. Lebron did you put it down and no they. I had my dad's air force bagged using for Candy and we were in the back streets and penfield and somebody that knew my sister is brought. They knew who i was in there. Like oh how you doing. What are they talking to me grabbed. the bag. Pulled me all. I wouldn't let go. They pulled me all the way down the lawn. Russillo my hand and took off with it. Jesus christ took down back in time to kill people. The things i was nice that was it was it. S like a new two minute warning that says about ready to a room right there. We're at forty four minutes right. Where forty four minutes. A real quick. What's the one candy that can go fuck itself besides peeps the one candidate who go fuck itself and just stop existing besides peeps. I'll say right now. Mine black liquorice. Hate it fucking. Can't stand it. Oh i think he might have nailed that one. I think candy canes watch. I fucking hate candy cane. I'm not a big fan of kindergartens. Either but i think learning the circus peanuts. I remember those any slot head. Yeh fucking biddable honey or one of those are as things like that. So i like them doesn't actually no like licorice as you nailed it with. That was about the same lollipops. I'll i'll shuttle needling lollipops stupid. Yes down domes. Like my brother used to get the good and plenty was the black liquor flavored. You'll probably mike woah good employees at the one. Brian lum's good in fritzy goes ones are good fucking plenty and on that note. We'll hit the road folks. This has been episode. Sixty four candiotti so the candian weird obi-wan-kenobi noise join us next week. He man or insanity or the dealer. Mike berchtesgaden jamie klein. I'm keith creep advising new. fm you get nothing you lose danger..

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

"Principle for this having actually figured out how to make it a vehicle fly one, hundred, fifty nautical miles. At about one, hundred, seventy five points and do it in such a way that you can recharge between between missions even at that length in a short time. So it's a the so many areas to look at. Can we get you talk about areas to look at let's start with the basics it seat serve four passengers and one pilot is correct. Yeah. So it it looks like that's they did initially designed to see two passenger vehicle. The S to the s four really is the realization of of the of the basic sort of business concept behind this. The more people you can get in the quicker you can on money the more money you can earn the quickey you can pay off this as as a going concern. So it's absolutely essential that they get a full four passengers and a pilot in the So the design is a set is sized to be able to operate from all of the Vitolo. Highly. Poets that are already in existence, plus of course, it opens up the the aperture to allow you to develop reasonably sized landing these places where they don't exist today like the tops of multi story, parking lots, and that sort of thing. So this so they really have got designed down. They've also said that by and large they had to build to make. It pay on missions. The shortest twenty, five miles said it's built for up to one hundred, fifty on this battery packs that it's been equipped with but it can do just as easily twenty, five, twenty, five, Mile Hop, which so this is sort of like a variety of Rangers. They've basically said look in Uber's mission is to really sort of prioritize stuff that's left. Roots that are under fifty miles in that kind of vary, and that's what they expect the market to really develop. But just as easily they said, this could go in Inter urban or even into city and really densely populated parts of the world so that that kind of like to have that flexibility of different range options is is just part of the business model. and. As I say, the the the key sort of real design aspect of the fight is this is not a helicopter. It's a fixed wing aircraft that can use these tilting prop systems to basically fly vertically in and out of ports, and then immediately transition as quickly as possible to the much more efficient wing born left that it can do, and in fact, they sorta said that they've done these tests account, they won't stay long it was but. Essentially, look quite long hovering flights they said, but you would say that on average only eight to ten seconds of each flight, each takeoff is going to be in Berchtesgaden. Loved. The rest of that flight will be wing born, and then it's another ten seconds the other end. So it's very quick transition and and I think that's really part of their game plan they WANNA, get on wing as soon as possible because that's how this thing is going to work. Graham Warwick. We were talking before we we started recording in and you were pointing out that..

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:12 min | 11 months ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Eventually like. Ours. We? Remain. Still. Young! You might be coming into that. You might be one of if not the packers in the NFL. They're. They're scary. I, think that there is anything three. Black. You know there's been argument afterlife you. LV. Monkeys there. Eighteen he definitely. Dig Any, argument five talk ten. I one. Corners. An. Iron Jones. Derek. Believable to me. Feedback. Dairy! After having overfill dull. Any. QUARTERBACK! When comes human? Year at number four. Number. Nine. Yeah on digs leg is simply because of. Ideas from by. Yeah I believe you I do think he's kind of. Turning downwards as far as being by, don't think he's on that level anymore. Do I thought he was a couple years ago in Detroit? Certainly don't tell. Anybody ranked him second best corner in the League right now. Tara Roger Fina Third Quarter quarterback into any tourney. Barnes should be and on top by grouping you. thinking. Back there, a lot of people do think that Rams D. as in Davies why they've learned that by. Out a more even humphry those kind of guys Peterson. The doubt from doctrine leaner been there multiple pro bowls being like the guy on their team promote years, whereas and was almost to data's base team, and they moved to the corner and my name your workout here. We don't know if you will then you really Boston but. I don't think he's ever received to hyped in the he deserves I. Don't think I'm thinking bearings. You've been Howard. Howard Berchtesgaden corner to? Data the two of them in Miami so I think he's GonNa being disrespected in that regarding he doesn't have the interest to numbers display ads doesn't. Nana teen and bid successful. Lattimore is Bernstein's or something like that he's not. I didn't talk. Three have no problem to talk to, but other nowadays. Barnes has a good organiser anybody to be not fourth fifth six. Guys like Peters in Murphy Peters on any baby. Lips. All over, you know. Yeah. I would have. Asked. And then. In. Our Ear Tasty make the worst right. Jeffey, did I make it? Cowbridge. Allergy. Number One. No! No. On the. On. Good goodness tweeted for? United States. Nine. Matthew back in the day, but he wasn't. Your Tires Here women. A one. Patrick normally. On. Out of they. Won't do it. Have Been I. Mean Arthur been before the jotted. Trading for Durham and he came following. And there's so many United States. They either convention to the big, realistically. Or that you you know you want them again. They just asked all of them which is? Our Big Buddha. To draft. We're INSTAGRAM's or I don't know if he would have been a ski are Tirona to you but I. Mean there's so many. About a chance to get I mean I don't think. Landon Collins Minis are will mission here I. Don't think he. Was New York could have had him I. Guess in Free Agency they want and I don't know how great it would have been in Dallas, but I mean there's so many guys that they either. The are to so many ways, cowboys immediate words. Funny that this is the warn rating that we see that there's so many guys. They could a and team, but they used to. Stick with yes Keefe back there. We can do that. You got a little bit. Or listening about these. Winter. Don't mean error. And then your whole. Manhattan. Thinking bead for. On Earth L. Drowning. You in. Here I'll. Be Back next. North..

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"I WanNa talk to you about resilience. You wrote Your Book Option. B. In the wake of your husband's untimely passing and your book touched on both in really different ways and we both really leaned on the lessons of compartmentalizing that you talk about in the muscles of resilience through a lot of different personal challenges over the last few years and I want you to kind of walk us through what resilience has meant to you in the workplace in what you think it should mean for others in the office. Resilience is our ability to Joe Everyone's facing right now. We need something six to nine on John. It's like a muscle to do. I think that initial insight is so important because when people overwhelmed. I've heard people say I can't. I don't have results not hustling like. Actually you have some and your voice to have more question is how do you feel? You've built it by recognizing that would ever. You're almost certainly not and that applies to the very worst. As you know the way I saw after my husband died which is kind of is devastated. Imagine even I'm we'd better. It's five years late and when people said to me for not your yoga sway. Five years I didn't there are so many for right now who are working at. London's the two who are looking at situations better. I'm admirable and leaving the very worst situation. The idea that every is not routes great. People do not come back from midnight. Feel we'll get better. Is I think Mary. Reassurance thing is this is a heart this remembering things could be worse when Adams said to me we know it could work and I was like really my husband just literally drop dead like happy he said gave at your resume driving your chill pill ossoff green and all of a sudden. I was like okay. My kids were ride. Snow are really hard right now. Thinking about how things could be worse is a way of feeling grateful for what you have and that along with remembering whatever state you're in is not our rays of zones in the third thing. Is We all love? It is being near for other people my children and I every single afternoon my kids Meyer. Holly on a smart people in our family are fans of older. People who are who. Milan's call the journey a novel and it gives them a moment of winning rather than worrying about they don't get to see their friends. They realize new. Permanent Reverend Hoffa Malone in Florida they can haul them in vacancy of giving others right taking a step back from the current crisis that we're in. I WanNa talk about one of the things that Danielle and I've spent so much time just going back and forth talking about which is how does show emotion in the workplace and I say that as we are both really private people and I grew up with the mantra leg. Everybody cries about work. You don't cry at work and I think as a leader now I relaxed what that means and what the impact of of that can phrase could mean to. Somebody and I'm curious as you've grown from you know a leader at Google inch. Obviously your your role now. How has your thoughts around showing emotion in the workplace changed? And what do you say? Now to those entering the workforce. It's interesting question is definitely one that the answer for me and what I did change over the course of my career. And he's a there soon. I ever in mid I cried at work. I was already at the first time. I talked about the challenges when I was in. It's already to facebook. Ceo and then. I said I cried got reported Sheryl Sandberg cries I'm Mark Zuckerberg shoulder I mean I was mortified. Wissmann 'em and with the Work Foundation did and the PUCK and I tried to say we have emotion can show it at work but it's tricky and it is definitely easier it will get. I think part of the answer is we need men to show emotion at work too right because such a big percentage of the leader rent skill that cons normal and while we still have a long way to go I think about Maria ten years ago or even certain people really being more willing to rush it. You can't cry every day. It just can't. I mean I did after Dave side but for the most part it can't but I think moments were honest and vulnerable really matter more. Can I do a thing with our senior leadership team whenever we do meeting? We DO CHECK INS YOU CHECK INTO MEETING. And what we mean is we. Check in her assuring. So here's what's going on for me. Especially here's this no nonsense and while I think when we first introduced it in with a little jarring people now everyone says that are being best things checking and people have shared just the most for small things. Children going aisin issues in their home health issues and it's really at the heart of why are leadership soon as strong as we really actually institutionalize sharing or smoke in Berchtesgaden. So talking about Leinen men women in the workplace. You wrote the book in twenty thirteen honey. You think your advice is held up as workplaces has have obviously continued to change. Is there anything you look back now? And you're like oh I would definitely adjust that yeah There were things I would have just you know when I wrote me and I had no idea anyway. We saw the first version of the book with just all data. I it was fabulous in in my editor told me it was the worst book they have to choose to. Bring your story in my store when I was good enough shopping other raise. He's one of the main criticism with men. Is that hard at red as if it was about? You Know White. Esslingen is really the only sways in there that came alive on mine and so we infer graduate added that missing and you just more story. More women of color more women in different industries. But I do think slim of the things that leaning has tried to tackle. We're still on right. We have a very strong you. I had one in Dacian very strong hugh at women in leadership if we could name. That's just a fact. I think we need to do better and we need to do more. We the very strong view that women have to go for leadership. Mitch can't do it alone. Meet the systems with their policies. That enforcement meeting supported each other and I think probably the thing. That's been the most ratifying that we started at the beginning wetted still circle small group of women that meet in person they now meet. Our goal was a thousand now. Free seven thousand nine hundred. Seventy four hundred eighty percent of women who joined circles attributed positive positive life. Change to their several in two thirds. Say they're taking on channel. Women can't do it on. The idea of union was always that we're GONNA have to support each other and have just been really powerful at Cheryl. I'm curious you know when I read the book it brought to light and not just for me but for so many behaviors that women tend to fall into in the workplace. Whether it's use of language or just really like sub-conscious behavior that stereotypically women Subscribed to you so I wanna tell you about a situation that yellen. I found ourselves in in the last few months we had a meeting with a female mentor. And we were telling her business update and we were coming up really competent and had a lot of strong opinions about a certain issue and she said to. Us ladies. I just WanNa tell you like you're coming up really strong and you need to tone it down and when you go into meetings you've gotTa tone it down and we both left that meeting and looked at each other mirror like that was really up up. But we didn't know what to say in that moment and I am glad that we have the confidence today to know that that was wrong but I don't think we would have had the confidence. If you years ago to that how do you think we should have responded? And how do you think our listeners should respond in moments like that? Women are too aggressive. I'm here from aggression. But an average women are told. They're too aggressive much more than that. But when you in that situation recognizing that there's inherent bias and this is important women to the first thing is not internalizing the bias recognizing bias. That's advice I feel very comfortable giving everyone when this happened. We should recognize the bias as you. Well as you said you're going to experience differently if you realize bias on how to handle it. I don't think you can give generic advice right if you got a very well. Meaning that you've had many conversations with someone told you now I think there's bias in the work for if I ever debited his. You can look at them and say hey you asked me to tell you. This is how you're trying to raise money for your company and some of that in a meeting might undo it. Not your best moments. Be like an your bias. We've been there many time. Yes but I can't say that the more this is generally good in population the easier upon for us to surfacing and women women still face actual harassment. Really horrible things that happen when I miss some of the big stuck at least in most companies at least you can go to. Hr Right you know the big harassment stuff. There are systems not everywhere but a lot more than there used to be for dealing with it but the small everyday seeing that That are still really really really holding them. Back men getting credit for their idea getting interrupted more niece. These happen by very well. Meaning people it can be really hard to them because that. Hr that much you. I I got up again right. I mean you could let people do so trying to set up systems where you found within your company and.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"If there's enough it'll the camera will stay on. And I walked into my living room with my visor on and and set up a new boundary in the living room to play out there because I had more space and it saves your boundaries so if I were if I had the boundaries set in the living room I walked into the living room my boundary was still saved and then I turned around and walked back. I didn't have to rewrite rewrite the boundary. It's saved it for this room so every time. Every time I'm wearing this and I walked into this room my boundary is saved it it so I highly recommend the holidays if you're trying to get into VR and you're still not sure this oculus quest I I have a PS PSBR. And I would I for some reason like playing a what. Is it the truth one that you play John The shooting game I. I couldn't play it for too long because I'd get motion sickness. I can play the quest for hours for two hours and I don't get motion sickness and well with the exception of the game the roller coaster game that I was playing or the experience that one gave me long. Nope I gotTa stop this but everything else the baiter one moving around around There's a legend of the gods game. There's a puzzle games and shit like that. I did the Anne Frank Experience. I did the Space Station experience. Where you're actually in the space station and you're like floating and you're like pulling yourself into these different modules and you can look down and see see the earth and actually like rotates? Shit it's it's amazing high fucking love it again any Rando. I do go. Eagles seahawks go hawks but the eagles I so joe was talking about projects exit cloud earlier. Why Turkey wants Lee? We've won a Turkey. The thing at school Thurgood of Bingo Awesome Radna smoke it smoke it. That's awesome walk into the PODCAST. It we had Bingo at my kids school. They want a twenty four pound Turkey. Nice listen this is what happens when you stay a little young to be gambling and it was condoned by the school district so it anyways my other Rando so earlier Joe touched on projects cloud and he has the. He doesn't have access to it if you go in and register adjuster. I registered super late like last week sometime after have already been open for awhile. I got access today. I tried it out Played Aguirre's ultimate. It looks good on my screen. I can feel it's not major but I can feel the input delay on on my phone for sure so hopefully it will get better but for now. I don't think it's a good point as far as an alternative to a console system. I'm in front of you. It looked good on my screen. I used it on my on. My phone connected my Bluetooth Controller but yeah with gears of war I could i. Could it definitely feel that. Probably like ten milliseconds but you can tell that there is but yeah if you register Joe Try it out. Let me know what you think. If you get access it is not given to everyone they say you may or may not get access. It could take two months for you get access so or he could give it a try on my phone sometime so yeah ex cloud register get it. Try Joe You might like it. Might I being not be good for shooters but something that you might play a nice once again. Go Eagles Hawks. And then lastly with Jennifer and order with the man delorean I am all in on Star Wars whereas right now I started watching rebels and star wars is consumed my life except I played a overwatch the other day for a little bit when John John Hanging out with me but yeah I am on a star wars so if you want another side story star wars battlefront two story mode play it I did I played it with Aydin verse. Oh yeah so so cool for it and fuck the multiplayer. Yeah Well Still Star Wars John. Rando I got an offer on my house yesterday and we accepted it today so in our closing date is December twenty seventh. They wanted to be December. Twenty third which For those of you who don't know how to read calendar. That has two days before Christmas. That is not okay. I'm not moving days before Christmas. So right we'll be moving in two days after Christmas. Balza tug tip fucker beans land. When you're moving so really awesome? Have Fun I will Chris. Randall crowded really enjoyed Disney. Plus Man delorean is fucking amazing for iota. I never thought I. I would be addicted to Pokemon as much as I am right now. Playing pokemon sword a tug. Sorry did I. It's a fun Bobby right yeah. It's a great. Hey Hey at least he knew was coming. I knew really really do. Enjoy the game been enjoying playing the game with Joe. let's see what else I never thought no man sky that would reduce my faith in no man's sky for Vr can ever play in a flat screen again. So I'm deleting it off my xbox and leave it in on my playstation for playstation VR. let's see what else anything else I'm super glad that the cardinals have a quarterback now even though our postseason is over so hopefully we play spoilers and ruin other people's seasons Yep there you go and yeah. I'm sorry Miguel. You'd never have faith in the cardinals. So Oh go hawks actually Murray for like the past five weeks fuck you Chris. I've never heard one go cardinals from you ever in your life you clearly. Don't listen you didn't say. Go cardinals you might have said cuyler. But I've never heard you say I go hawks for the seahawks cardinals game. So Yeah I do have lineup. So go hawks in Jordan Mathews but I dropped him at. I think that's all for me. I really did enjoy this. podcast interviews. Pretty solid with Joseph. I'm glad that we're able able to really talk to him and talk with him about his abilities to make a game so exciting exciting one last one last point It's actually across my mind. Now that I have oculus. I actually have no purpose for my playstation so John Joe Selling Station is it free. Hell no no because I already have one that I got for free with your borrowing. Yeah but he doesn't want it back. Oh So it's a lifetime borrow until he wants it back but it's unplug on the shelf. What about what about Chris's every all those favorite games at Christie's that you can't play on Oculus? Yes what do you mean. What about the games that are only on playstation firewalls? Sure I don't know I I've like I said said with with the quest. I don't get sick so I get sick plane PSBR. But I don't get sick playing. The I I don't know what it is led and truth on the quest. No yes that's an exclusive for PS VR. Not on the quest yet earl earl and place in firewall zero hour. He did say that he would like to team. Come up with me so earl if you're out there listening I'm sure you are Hit Me up on Council Jones G mail and I'll get back with you. I know it's been a while while I've been really busy with my studio. The girls and everything else so hit me up dude we can play some firewalls zero hours. Sometimes so I do have to get new Internet because I am not dealing with this issue anymore. Bullshit so John who are you gonNA. What are your hobbies for Internet They're not looking very good but I hope breath. I hope I can get a little bit better than what I have right now because it's bad or I'm calling tech to move the modem into the garage so there you go last me go cowboys Mike. Lord began Miguel High. Please thing Please cowboys let me do blame the fucking patriots. I understand no tie. They both suck doc. I had to do the deck deck. Do the do the deck. Sorry Chris. What's preventing you from? Just moving your modem yourself I I need to. I need to activated Dial up line phone line or whatever for DSL to work. And I have have nothing in here. So he's got to move it. It's eighty bucks we'll have you What what about powerline technology? What does that so it's a basically you can run your Internet through your house using the existing power lines in your house if you have an outlet in the wall Nassau? I hear what I said. That's not GonNa be here are going to have access to that. Yeah you by. It's made by net gear. You buy by it on Amazon it plugs into your outlet you plug from your router you plug wire from your router into this thing that plugs into your outlet and this thing runs your Internet through your existing power lines look it up on Google power line internet by net gear. That's what I have. My router is in my living room. I have power line. A net gear adaptor does that says a work for DSL though it works router you plug it so you have a router that uses needs to net cable right. Yeah Okay so you take an internet cable from the back of your outer it goes to this adapter which plugs into an outlet on the wall the outlet. Ah the doctor runs Internet through the power lines in your house. To whatever other outlet you want and where it receives the Internet read through the existing lines and then you take an Ethernet cable and plug it into your computer. Yup Look it up all right or you could be not so fancy and and since the CSL just get a really long phone cable and not so fancy would need is getting you. Are Glenn Williams clearly acceptable clearly the opposite of not so fair or the same exact thing is not so fancy as ghetto. Clearly you're trying to addresses up a little too much much ever on it. If you don't WanNa have to research this new technology we've never heard of Get along ask fucking phone line and just route your modem to your fucking den. They're so technology has been in use for never heard heard of accolades Dagestan there. I just looked at this comes on you. Get to adapters. But clearly you've never heard of it before just now either. No I didn't I haven't but thank you John Now i Berchtesgaden. I may use it. I'm might be doing that now. My Internet John. I might be saying I love you after this the good Lord you guys all right well. That's pretty much. Give your tongue fucker. Well that's pretty much me. You guys have any other random shit before he closes long fuck in editing. Show all right. This is Chris. I'M GONNA go play some video games and cry about editing that I have to do I am outpace. There's John I'm GonNa Go Probably Watch Jack Ryan with my wife it but otherwise I will go reload ammunition in the garage. I'm out Miguel. Go Watch rebels routes battles this Joe. I'm probably GONNA play on the quest to get me. Some BAITER mortals. Boomtown came on the last one. That's not fair. Yeah Kristie thirty game on Loophole Take Off.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Reporting on the state's response to wildfires. Aaron thank you so much for joining us. Absolutely another anniversary is coming up this weekend but this one is celebratory Germany as marking thirty years. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall that led to the downfall of communist rule in eastern Europe and the reunification of East and West Germany. Our Sam Western spoke about it. With reporter Sara your motto. Who is in Berlin? So Oh Sarah could you tell me how the city of Berlin has been preparing for the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. So yeah so this week. The city Berlin has had a number of exhibitions and installations that will culminate in a sort of celebration at the Brandenburg Berchtesgaden. On Saturday the actual thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the wall and there have been other sorts of commemorations throughout the city. As I mentioned there will be via concert With lots of music from the eighty nine ninety era and a large demonstration of ribbons sort of flying and floating over that road leading up to the Brandenburg Gate how receptive of people being to these celebrations. And how important are all of a in the day to day lives of people living in Berlin run of the historians. I spoke to said that there has been a huge difference in the emotional emotional climate in Germany. Just in the last five years everyone says that the twenty fifth anniversary in two thousand fourteen was this huge celebration and people were really happy about it this year. Things are a little bit different. This anniversary this occasion has given people an opportunity to talk about the legacy of reunification folks on the east have some agitation and some a lot of nuance feelings. But some uncomfortable feelings. About the fact that a country they had lived in basically just disappeared and for better for worse. They say it wasn't necessarily a reunification of Germany but that West Germany overtook Doc East Germany. And there's also mixed feelings on the western side too because for many years after the country was reunified. The tax system was set up in such a way that the West German states contributed extra funds to encourage the redevelopment of East Germany. So so all of which is to say. There's definitely more awareness that there are fractures within German society and people are talking about them. I mean that's interesting testing because that reflective attitude is not something you tend to associate with the fall of the Berlin Wall with the images of celebration. You've you've chosen to use the wall itself as a way to kind of tell these stories. Could you just talk about the reporting that you've done in the buildup to the thirty year anniversary on some of the things that you've discovered. Yeah definitely and the wall has become the physical wall itself has become a really interesting way to tell this story because even though the collapse of East Germany happened thirty years ago steps to commemorate the Physical Wall and preserve it and catalog. It didn't happen for a long long time and it sort of ties into what we were saying before about the current environment in Germany the country is now in the later stages of reunification really beginning to grapple with the legacy and so we chose to do that through trying to track her wall and one of these stories stories so you searching for a lost piece of wool of the broken heart of Berlin. Could you just tell us about that story. And how you went about finding this last piece of all this is one of the. I think one of my favorite stories have done in my career as a journalist as we started our reporting a few months ago in advance of this anniversary. Try to find out how many pieces of the wall still existed around the world and there. Aren't that many there. Are referenced. The two it's a broken heart there. Are these two to pieces of the wall. Each piece has half of a red heart. It had been originally painted nineteen eighty-four by artists in West Germany. At the time of the wall fell it got a lot of attention. A Home Builder in New Jersey of all people managed to get a contract with the East German government and import them into the. US US they were the first pole pieces of the Berlin Wall to be brought into the US. There's a lot of demand for these pieces and the New Jersey man who I mentioned who imported them's names Joseph Morelli he brokered a deal with a financial advisor in North Carolina. Who really wanted one of those pieces and bought it to feature her in a museum he was establishing so Joe Morelli put it on a flatbed truck sent it down to North Carolina but the left peace? It's fate had been a mystery basically ever since and there had been a lot of red herrings and diverted tactics we gone through old newspaper clips. Some of which said that it went for auction at Christie's called Christie's they said they never done any such sale in a note I was talking about. We also heard that there. May they have been attempts to steal it so anyway in trying to prove or disprove some of these rumors I ended up speaking with people at the. US As Intrepid Museum which is where the two pieces of the heart were originally displayed. At first. They didn't know where it was. And then after a deep record search they found that they had sent sent the left piece of the wall to the German American pop artist. Peter Max in two thousand six that led me.

Germany marks 30th anniversary of Berlin Wall's fall

WSJ What's News

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Germany marks 30th anniversary of Berlin Wall's fall

"Another anniversary is coming up this weekend but this one is celebratory Germany as marking thirty years. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall that led to the downfall of communist rule in eastern Europe and the reunification of East and West Germany. Our Sam Western spoke about it. With reporter Sara your motto. Who is in Berlin? So Oh Sarah could you tell me how the city of Berlin has been preparing for the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. So yeah so this week. The city Berlin has had a number of exhibitions and installations that will culminate in a sort of celebration at the Brandenburg Berchtesgaden. On Saturday the actual thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the wall and there have been other sorts of commemorations throughout the city. As I mentioned there will be via concert With lots of music from the eighty nine ninety era and a large demonstration of ribbons sort of flying and floating over that road leading up to the Brandenburg Gate how receptive of people being to these celebrations. And how important are all of a in the day to day lives of people living in Berlin run of the historians. I spoke to said that there has been a huge difference in the emotional emotional climate in Germany. Just in the last five years everyone says that the twenty fifth anniversary in two thousand fourteen was this huge celebration and people were really happy about it this year. Things are a little bit different. This anniversary this occasion has given people an opportunity to talk about the legacy of reunification folks on the east have some agitation and some a lot of nuance feelings. But some uncomfortable feelings. About the fact that a country they had lived in basically just disappeared and for better for worse. They say it wasn't necessarily a reunification of Germany but that West Germany overtook Doc East Germany. And there's also mixed feelings on the western side too because for many years after the country was reunified. The tax system was set up in such a way that the West German states contributed extra funds to encourage the redevelopment of East Germany. So so all of which is to say. There's definitely more awareness that there are fractures within German society and people are talking about them. I mean that's interesting testing because that reflective attitude is not something you tend to associate with the fall of the Berlin Wall with the images of celebration. You've you've chosen to use the wall itself as a way to kind of tell these stories. Could you just talk about the reporting that you've done in the buildup to the thirty year anniversary on some of the things that you've discovered. Yeah definitely and the wall has become the physical wall itself has become a really interesting way to tell this story because even though the collapse of East Germany happened thirty years ago steps to commemorate the Physical Wall and preserve it and catalog. It didn't happen for a long long time and it sort of ties into what we were saying before about the current environment in Germany the country is now in the later stages of reunification really beginning to grapple with the legacy and so we chose to do that through trying to track her wall and one of these stories stories so you searching for a lost piece of wool of the broken heart of Berlin. Could you just tell us about that story. And how you went about finding this last piece of all this is one of the. I think one of my favorite stories have done in my career as a journalist as we started our reporting a few months ago in advance of this anniversary. Try to find out how many pieces of the wall still existed around the world and there. Aren't that many there. Are referenced. The two it's a broken heart there. Are these two to pieces of the wall. Each piece has half of a red heart. It had been originally painted nineteen eighty-four by artists in West Germany. At the time of the wall fell it got a lot of attention. A Home Builder in New Jersey of all people managed to get a contract with the East German government and import them into the. US US they were the first pole pieces of the Berlin Wall to be brought into the US. There's a lot of demand for these pieces and the New Jersey man who I mentioned who imported them's names Joseph Morelli he brokered a deal with a financial advisor in North Carolina. Who really wanted one of those pieces and bought it to feature her in a museum he was establishing so Joe Morelli put it on a flatbed truck sent it down to North Carolina but the left peace? It's fate had been a mystery basically ever since and there had been a lot of red herrings and diverted tactics we gone through old newspaper clips. Some of which said that it went for auction at Christie's called Christie's they said they never done any such sale in a note I was talking about. We also heard that there. May they have been attempts to steal it so anyway in trying to prove or disprove some of these rumors I ended up speaking with people at the. US As Intrepid Museum which is where the two pieces of the heart were originally displayed. At first. They didn't know where it was. And then after a deep record search they found that they had sent sent the left piece of the wall to the German American pop artist. Peter Max in two thousand six that led me

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast

Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Above implement manifield star. I guess. Stop. Naming. Point seven kiss. FM. Good morning. It's this knee. You're on air with Ryan Seacrest, but he is on. Well, he's actually doing something for the company today. So he is not here. He's working on a Simon somewhere else Tanya, I'm gonna pull you up right now. Hello. Hello. You're so loud, in my headphones, I need moment. Okay. So you made it to monique's house. Right. I did outside of our house. I say her car. It's so cute. Waiting Berchtesgaden here. Yeah. So if you guys missed it around seven o'clock, we called Mony Ryan was actually able to step away from his meetings, and you're able to patch through to him. And we were able to call Monique basically tell her that her life is about to change. She lives in Southall Monte and her bills are being handled and paid for for an entire year. Now, usually when this happens Tania's already at the house. And so, is our like our street team in the car's there and balloons and everything. Right. But Monique had to go to work this morning. Just their bills she had to make a decision. She's like, look. Either gonna give me for entire your. I just go to work. I mean I get it. So she went to work, and now she's turning around. We did give her the option. We're like you don't have to come back home. Obviously, we don't want to get fired, but she was like, no, no, no. I want to come home. I wanna see Tony. I wanna see the car she's so obviously she is. She's on her way back to the house. We know how far she is. Now. You think I don't know how far she is? But I'm really hoping she does not get suck on that. Ten traffic because literally people were sitting on the center divider of the freeway. It was literally the narrowly thing I've ever seen. Yeah. So we couldn't say before exactly where you were. But that was the ten freeway. I'm assuming east. Yes. Okay. And do we know what it was like a wreck? Or is it just I, I have no idea. But once I pass it I could see all the people like literally coming out of their cars sitting on the thing to see what was going on. There was like at least. Kevin cop cars on the other side of the freeway. I don't know what happened. But in, I hope everybody's okay. I seen bad traffic jams like this, where they've just like been for hours. And then all of a sudden, like taco trucks will start opening up their tacos and like making food for people on every way because we're not moving. So I know it's actually like kinda cute to see people coming together because I saw people like sitting next to each other, and like getting on talking other people other cars, actually kind of like a weird sense of community on the freeway. We'll hopefully whatever happen they are. Okay and yeah, to serious. So is twenty three years old. She's not married yet. But she is a mother to a three month old baby boy, which I thought it was the sweetest thing ever because as soon as we asked her, what's going to your mind when we just told you that you're going to your bills, pay for an entire year, she went immediately to her son. And she was just like, well, I just think about my three month old baby and how much his life is now going to change because of Mike grind over here because that's his so sweet. I know I know I missed a meter she's alumni for my college. I saw that actually I was like, oh, Tanya gonna freak out. Sorority chant with her something. The person. I can't wait. So we're gonna check in with you a little bit later. And as hopefully by then Monique will be home. And we can chat with both of you guys and just get her excitement again, because her life is like completely changed for an entire year. She.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Rich Thomasson after a brutal day yesterday. Looks like Wall Street could make some gains at this morning's opening bell stock futures higher the market looking to recover following the massive sell-off prompted by fears of an extended trade war with China. President Trump says he expects Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is recent trip to China you produce some positive results. He just got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful. Even though the escalating trade war has Ronald financial markets worldwide. The president believes the tariffs are actually good for the US economy. A California jury has awarded a couple two billion dollars ruling that alva- and Albert affiliate got cancer from the week killer roundup. Michael Miller topples lawyer got on hot since two thousand eleven it kept spraying because they didn't know. No, why Berchtesgaden on Hobbes's lymphoma brain in two thousand fifteen got it again in two thousand sixteen wasn't until sadly, they saw lawyers ad. They realized there was a connection between roundup non-hodgkin's lymphoma Monsanto's, parent company bear says it will appeal the jury's award house. Democrats this week hurting their attention to healthcare includes a package of seven bills erected at trying to reverse some of the steps that have been. Taken to undermine America's Americans access to affordable quality health care would among other things ban. So called Junkin shirts plans and speed up the process of bringing generic drugs to the marketplace. They should pass the democrat controlled house but face almost no chance of success in the Senate. That's Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes on Wall Street. Dow futures up one hundred twenty nine points s and p futures better by seventeen NASDAQ futures up sixty three points. More on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"New York City, and I said this to my TV people when I went into the thread today, I was off Tuesday and Wednesday. And I gotta be honest. I woke up today like a caged animal. I couldn't wait the come into work. I mean, that's usually the way I am anyway. But like I was just itching and scratching and clone my last days when all the stuff that's been going on, especially any NBA. And that's what we. Will begin this show? We'll get the Yankees and terrific homestand against the Mariners in Minnesota Twins. Obviously, the Yankees going to have a very important three-game series coming out against the very talented very pesky Tampa Bay rays where glass snow and Blake Staley and have to deal with them to in the next three. We'll get to the Mets who need to start doing some damage in a hurry considering the way they've played considering what their schedule looks like over the next few weeks, so do tentative baseball, but we gotta start with the NBA because there's just so much going on right now this so much moving. There's so much shaking and yesterday one of the more tumultuous twenty four hour periods that I can remember in a postseason situation. Just for simple fact, that the conversation around Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving, it pinches center around the Golden State Warriors. Then just sit around the Boston Celtics. It had all these other ramifications for what the summer and full white years to come may look like within the NBA. Let's start first with the Kevin Durant stuff. Everybody watching that game. And I gotta be honest with you, folks. Now, maybe this is me maybe having a couple of beverages. And maybe my mind was not screwed on. What's his Reggie Miller's? But I never thought from minute. That was an achilles injury. I just didn't. I thought it was a calf injury Berchtesgaden set it on Twitter. I'm watching the game on saying. Yeah, this is not good. This obviously is going to have some negative impact on the Golden State Warriors. But like watching I said Killys injury. What people say always the rent now going to be outfitted next. You pause. What is this going to mean for the summer? What is this going to mean for the New York Knicks? So there were all these moving parts surrounded. Kevin durant? But what we found out is what I thought. Even two or three drinks. It's castrate. Now is it a significant enough cash strain? That's gonna keep Kevin Durant out of game six and game seven against the Houston Rockets. Yes, it is. And that's a big deal. If you're looking at this MBA postseason as a whole, the Golden State Warriors an Easter rockets we've been talking about this over and over and over again, I think the two best teams off plan. I know some people are gonna tell me Milwaukee. And of some of the people are going to tell me Toronto either you it's gone state news. I think the winner of that series will win the NBA Donald. And now it's a golden opportunity for the rockets and squander won't last night. I mean, Chris Paul could not apply worse change horn as good as he was for him not to assert himself over the final seven and a half minutes of that game. Kevin Durant off the four was puzzling to say the least and now the rockets will get ready for game six get ready for game seven. And if you remember last year there was a narrative surrounding the Houston Rockets, basically saying well. They lost that series to Golden State because Chris Paul got injured. I know I was on that horse. I know many others were on that horse. Well, now, you're going to get a chance to beat the warriors without Kevin Durant. And I know the narrative that's out that will the warriors won a championship without him. Too. Much different local warriors team. Steph curry and Klay Thompson now playing as well as they were playing a couple years ago. A good donalds a couple years older. The way I look at if he used and it's our ever this group whip Paul, and especially with James harden, you gotta wonder how many more chances they're going to get. They can't break through this year. I gotta be honest. I can't see him ever breaking through the win a championship. They're like now or never moments in sports. I think we have on coming up Friday and potentially on Sunday. For a game seven. So we can now stop with the whole. Well, what does this mean for Kevin Durant future? What does this mean for the summer twenty nine thousand nine hundred nothing for the summer two thousand nine hundred if you're a knick fan by hookup by crook? Whatever means necessary, you do whatever you can get the best foreign the world anything wants to come here. So being so we don't have to worry about that any longer. That's narrative one of everything that went down last night. We saw some clarity. We got some answer for the Durant situation out the remainder of the series should come back at some point as postseason office, thumbs go for twenty nine hundred. So that's settled then you get to the second.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:57 min | 2 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Back. Great to have you. Rush Limbaugh here. The VA that work half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair. Okay. So let's go back to March tenth. I I had a guest in town or the local golf club member guest golf tournament. And this was a let's see this was March tenth was the Sunday night. Playing offer kind of wiped out we played for four days in a row, we got the fifth day the next day playing any ELS for autism tournament. And my guests said, look, we gotta we gotta turn on CNN watch this presidential town hall said no if you wanna watch that go over to the house, you're staying in. And you know, you gotta watch you gotta watch this. I said I don't want to. I why do I wanna watch two hours of CNN period, much less? A couple of people that are never going to be elected president never going to get the nomination because I have to and I'm your guest. Well, you put it that way. You're right guest gets what they want. So we settled in turn on CNN, and it was two hours of this town hall at the south by south west. Arts and crafts fair. Whatever the hell, it is a bunch of leftists showing up doing arts and crafts and complaining and whining and. Impairing their latest tax. I watched this. And the first hour was Tulsi Gabbard who is a member of congress from of e. And the second hour is mayor peak Berchtesgaden Buddha Buddha judge they spent five minutes on the pronunciation of his name, by the way at this town hall from south bend, Indiana, thirty seven years old openly gay. Very popular among people on the left dark horse. Very articulate kinda guy. And so settled into watch this. And I know what I expected, but I'm glad that. I did. I'm glad that. I did. Because I I I sit here every day. And I know who the left is. I know who they are. And I know they're psychology better than they do. And I I I understand what it is that that drives them understand liberalism better than they do. But it was worth while to actually see this. Remember now, this is a legitimate presidential campaign event yet or sixteen or twenty Democrats that want the nomination. And every one of them is being given a lot of opportunity on cable news networks to be discovered. I heard about mayor Pete. But I had never seen him. And I knew of tell C gabbert I've seen her. I've listened to her. But man, what an experienced Tulsi Gabbard, for example, had one thing. And and my my buddy. And I we were not doing a drinking game, we were smoking cigars. So we we had a puff game. Every time. She said something we puffed on the guard. The word was service. I'm want to serve I'm here for the service. We began every sentence every sentence. She mentioned service or serving or something. And she had this pained smile on just trying to smile, but conveying at the same time that she was just the overall bring. We're all suffering. Going on in America struggle. And it reminded me every time I saw Michelle my bell. Obama make a speech to the first two to three years of the Obama administration. Every speech. The theme was overcoming struggle. Every audience. She addressed the struggle, whatever it is the struggle is to survive in this godforsaken country run by a bunch of Republicans. Then they got to the audience QNA. And this is when I had it confirmed that they are a different world. They are a they live in a different country. They want a different country their existence their day to day existence has nothing in common with you would meet these people that are going to vote for the democrat nominee. And I was prepared to come here and recite from memory the various questions that I remembered these people asking so cookie went out and put together a montage of some of the questions that both of these candidates got we'll do Tulsi Gabbard. I again Sunday night March tenth CNN special. Presidential town hall event Representative Tulsi Gabbard, and I think Jake tapper Jake tapper nominated moderated one of these in Danna bash did the other we're not gonna have any of the candidates here. Just the questions from the attendees potential democrat voters, I'm troubled by the increase in both Islamophobia and anti-semitism what can you do in terms of policy in position to combat racism and bigotry, can you convince me that your prior positions on gay rights have truly changed on especially concerned about your previous supportive conversion. Therapy, which I find really really repulsive. I'd like to know what you would like to do to stop sexual assault in the military. We will suffer catastrophic consequences of accelerating. Global warming with what urgency will you address it? What do you believe has been the biggest policy mistake of the United States since creation? I'm wondering if you will end the war on drugs, spicy criminalizing all drugs. Can you be Donald Trump? I wish folks that you can see these people and their facial expressions. The pain. The fear. The but more than that. It is what they expect out of a president. And what they expect out of the government. What can you do in the policy of racism and bigotry? What can you do? Well, the ponytail guy. Set the stage for all this, you know, in the debate between Clinton and parole and Bush forty one you know, you guys are gonna take care of us, which one are you going to do the best job? But I mean, this this this was that this was the ponytail guy on steroids. It's been it's me your prior positions on gay rights, truly change. I'm especially concerned about your previous support a conversion there isn't photography Gabbard. You should have seen her face. She turned ashen, the smile turned into a very serious pained frown, and she for forgiveness ever having anything like a version therapy with erupted in applause. Every one of these questions is rooted in in personal fear. These people are walking around literally frightened every day. They're frightened of being alive. They're frightened of all the external events that you're encounter in life. And they're asking these presidential candidates. They're making all good. Zave please can use that making us you do the things that will make you feel safe. Can you make people stop being mean just? The kinds of things that nowhere in our world. Would we ever want a politician that take control of and deal with? These are all things that happen in life, and you deal with them with your own your family's your support group. Whatever. You deal with it with your own command of life and overcoming adversity. But these people have no concept of any they want everything done for them. They wanna live in a bubble. We're no uncomfortable words situations, even exist. I can't. I don't know what you would do to stop sexual assault in the military. And there was more to this question. There was a recitation of some experiences in the military sexual assault. It was gay sexual assault, by the way. And I don't want him to what what? And of course, the politicians. These people have to have an answer for this that well, I want to serve and part of my services to ensure that there isn't any sexual assault, anywhere, the military or otherwise sexual assault is a horrible thing. It's one of the most horrible thing can happen to anybody. And I want it out, and I wanna make sure that if you're going to the military to serve our country. I am trying to serve our country. We're all here in service. You do not deserve to be assaulted. I'm not mocking being assaulted sexually any that? It is it is this is the kind of stuff none of this. None of this policy related. None of this is anything about. The things that ought to be considered when choosing. Leadership presidential or or otherwise? We will suffer catastrophic consequences of accelerating global warming. What urgency will you use to address gonna make it? My number one priority. I am here to be in service and part of being in services to serve the issue of global warming. And then there were examples of how in Hawaii false nuclear missile alarm went off and how frightened people were we can't have this. And we can't have false alarm false alarms could never be allowed to happen. Again. Whoever false alarms a nuclear missile incoming to Hawaii needs to be candid never ever hired. Again, people were so scared. There were mothers throwing their babies in sewers that were folks it was just. Strange now here are the questions for mayor Pete. Mayor Pete Buddha JR. Or Buddha judge. That's because nobody knows how to pronounce his name. They they just call him mayor Pete. He is the mayor of south bend, Indiana, thirty-seven, openly, proudly happily gay. Egas? Same themes automations, taking your job people are dying in the our veterans are coming home than going on welfare. Mike Pence, preventing gay people from being gay. Here you go you have very effectively pinpointed job automation as a key pivot in our near future. How do you tactically propose, we avert an unemployment crisis? Dave, stop stop, stop all the dancing. Give me. Req- that. How do you tactically proposed that we have heard an unemployment crisis? Keep Donald Trump in the White House. It's that simple. Look at what happened to on employment. One. We got rid of Barack Hussein, oh, we have more job openings, then there are people looking for work. But you notice how do you tactically? She has any idea what the difference in tactically and strategically is. Makes you those what the difference a tactical nukes and strategic nukes are. How do you tactically propose we averted unemployment? There is no unemployment crisis. Avert one. We've done that we elected Donald Trump. Okay. Back to the top. I'll try to shut up during the very effectively pinpointed job automation as a key pivot in our near future. How do you tactically propose, we avert an unemployment crisis? How do you think that this would affect the lives of LGBTQ people uninsured patients coming to the are for primary care issues? Patients who are sick this system. Just seems broken. What changes do you intend to bring to America's healthcare system? What initiatives do you plan on creating that will ensure that our nation's most selfless men and women will be able to actively leave service and transition into civilian life without needing to apply for social services. Vice president Pence is obviously quite conservative, our his views an aberration. Do you believe that congress should begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump, what needs to be done to fix the democratic process in America, overthrow it? What do you mean? What are we gonna talk about fixing the democratic process? We're going to get rid of it because of the democratic process you people lose more often than not. Vice president Pence, obviously, very conservative are his views. An aberration. No, they're the majority deal with.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:54 min | 2 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Great to have you. Rush Limbaugh here. The EIB network half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair. Okay. So let's go back to March tenth. I had a guest in town. Or the local golf club member guest golf tournament. And this was a let's see this was March tenth was the Sunday night. We're playing golf are kind of wiped out. We'd play for four days in a row, we got the fifth day the next day playing ELS for autism tournament. And my guests said, look, we gotta we gotta turn on CNN watch this presidential town hall said no if you wanna watch that governor the house, you're staying in. And you know know, you gotta watch it. You've got to watch this. I I don't want to. I why do I wanna watch two hours of CNN period, much less? A couple of people that are never going to be elected president never going to get the nomination because I have to your guest. Well, you put it that way. You're right guest gets what they want. So we settled in turn on CNN, and it was two hours of this town hall at the south by south west. Arts and crafts fair. Whatever the hell, it is a bunch of leftists showing up doing arts and crafts and complaining and whining and. Impairing their latest techs. I watch this. And the first hour was Tulsi Gabbard who is a member of congress from of e. And the second hour is mayor peak Berchtesgaden Buddha Buddha. They spent five minutes on the pronunciation of his name, by the way of this town hall from south bend, Indiana, thirty seven years old openly gay. Very popular among people on the left dark horse. Very articulate kinda guy. And so settled into watch this, and I don't know what I expected, but I'm glad that. I did. I'm glad that. I did. Because I I sit here every day. And I know who the left is. I know who they are. And I know they're psychology better than they do. And I I understand what it is that that drives them understanding liberalism better than they do. But it was worth while to actually see this. Remember now, this is a legitimate presidential campaign event yet or sixteen or twenty Democrats that want the nomination and every one of them is being given a lot of opportunity on cable news networks to be discovered. I heard about mayor Pete. But I had never seen him. And I knew of Tulsi Gabbard I've seen her I've listened to her. That man what an experienced Tulsi Gabbard, for example, had one theme. And and my my buddy. And I we were not doing a drinking game, we were smoking cigars. So we we had a puff game. Every time. She said something we puffed on the cigar. The word was service. I'm want to serve I'm here for the service. We began every sentence every sentence. She mentioned service or serving or something. And she had this pained smile on a vicious trying to smile, but conveying at the same time, the g was just. Deep-vein over all. All. It's going on in America struggle. And it reminded me every time I saw Michelle Bello Bama. Make a speech to the first two to three years of the Obama administration. Every speech the fem- was overcoming the struggle. Every audience. She addressed the struggle, whatever it is the struggle is to survive in this godforsaken country run by a bunch of Republicans. Then they got to the audience QNA. And this is when I had it confirmed that they are a different world. They are a they live in a different country. Did I want a different country their existence their day to day existence has nothing in common with you. And me these people that are going to vote for the democrat nominee. And I was prepared to come here and recite from memory the various questions that I remembered these people asking so cookie went out and put together a montage of some of the questions that both of these candidates got we'll do Tulsi Gabbard. I again Sunday night March tenth CNN special. Presidential town hall event Representative Tulsi Gabbard, and I think Jake tapper Jake tapper nominated moderated one of these Dana bash did the other we're not gonna have any of the candidates here. Just the questions from the attendees potential democrat voters, I'm troubled by the increase in both Islamophobia and anti-semitism what can you do in terms of policy in position to combat racism and bigotry, can you can miss me that your prior positions on gay rights at truly change, especially concerned about your previous supportive conversion? Therapy, which I find really really repulsive. I'd like to know what you would like to do to stop sexual assault in the military. We will suffer catastrophic consequences of accelerating. Global warming with what urgency will you address it? What do you believe has been the biggest policy mistake of the United States since creation? I'm wondering if you will end the war on drugs by decriminalizing all drugs. Can you be Donald Trump? I wish FOX that. You can see these people and their facial expressions. The pain. The fear. The but more than that. It is what they expect out of a president. And what they expect out of the government. What can you do in the policy of racism and bigotry? Well, the ponytail guy. Set the stage for all this, you know, a debate between Clinton parole and Bush, forty one know you guys are fodder gonna take care of us, which one are you going to do the best job? But I mean, this this this was that this was the ponytail guy on steroids. Vince me your prior positions. I'm gay rights truly. I'm especially concerned about your previous imported conversion there is photography Gabbard. You should have in her face. She turned ashen the smile turned into a very serious fan frown, and she beg for forgiveness ever having anything like be with. Applause. Every one of these questions is rooted in in personal fear. These people are walking around literally frightened every day. They're frightened of being alive. They're frightened of all the external events that you're encounter in life. And they're asking these presidential candidates that make it all good. Please. Can you please can use that scare you do the things that will make him feel safe? Can you make people stop being mean just? The things that where in our world would we ever want a politician that take control of and deal with? These are all things that happen in life, and you deal with them with your own your family's your support group. Whatever. You deal with it with their own command of life and overcoming adversity. But these people have no concept of any they want everything done for them. They want to live in a bubble. We're no uncomfortable words, sit you, waking even exist. I can't do that. I don't know what you would do to stop sexual assault in the military. And there was more to this question. There was a recitation of some experiences in the military sexual assault. It was gay sexual assault, by the way. And and I I wanted to what what? And of course, the politicians. These people have to have an answer for this that well, I want to serve and part of my services to ensure that there isn't any sexual assault, anywhere, the military or otherwise sexual assault is a horrible thing. It's one of the most horrible can happen anybody, and I want to wipe it out. And I want to make sure that if you're going to the military to serve our country is I am trying to serve our country. We're all here in service. You do not deserve to be assaulted. Now, I'm not mocking being assaulted sexual any that it is. It is this is the kind of stuff none of this. None of this policy related. None of this is anything about. The things that ought to be considered when choosing. Leadership presidential or or otherwise? We will suffer catastrophic consequences of accelerating global warming. What urgency will you use gonna make it? My number one priority. I am here to be in service in part of being in services to serve the issue of global warming. And then there were examples of how in Hawaii a false nuclear missile alarm went off and how frightened people were we can't have this. And we can't have false alarm false alarms could never be allowed to happen. Again. Whoever false alarms a nuclear missile incoming to Hawaii needs to be candid never ever hired. Again, people were so scared. There were mothers throwing their babies in sewers were folks, it was just. Strange now here are the questions for mayor Pete mayor, Pete Buddha or Buddha judge. That's because nobody knows how to pronounce his name. They they just call mayor Pete. He is the mayor of south bend, the thirty-seven openly, proudly happily gay. Egas? Same themes automations, taking your job people are dying in the our veterans are coming home and going on welfare. Mike Pence is preventing gay people from being gay. Here you go you have very effectively pinpointed job automated as a key pivot in our near future. How do you tactically propose, we avert an unemployment crisis? How do you? Stop stop stop to all the dancing giving me. Req- that. How do you tactically proposed that we have an unemployment crisis? Keep Donald Trump in the White House. It's that simple. Look at what happened to unemployment one. We got rid of Barack Hussein, oh, we have more job openings, then there are people looking for work. But you notice how do you tactically? She has any idea what the difference in tactically and strategically is. Makes you those what the difference a tactical nukes in strategic nukes are. How do you tactically propose we averted unemployment? There is no unemployment crisis. Avert one. We've done that we elected Donald Trump. Okay. Back to the top. I'll try to shut up during the very effectively pinpointed job as a key pivot in our near future. How do you tactically propose, we avert an unemployment crisis? How do you think that this would affect the lives of LGBTQ people uninsured patients coming to the are for primary care issues? Patients who are sick the system just seems broken. What changes do you intend to bring to America's healthcare system? What initiatives do you plan on creating that will ensure that our nation's must selfless men and women will be able to actively leave service and transition into civilian life without needing to apply for social services. Vice president Pence is obviously quite conservative, our his views an aberration. You believe that congress should begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump, what needs to be done to fix the democratic process in America, overthrow it. What do you mean? Why am I gonna? Talk about fixing the democratic process. We're going to get rid of it because a democrat process, you people lose more often than not. Vice president Pence, obviously, very conservative are his views. An aberration..

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:46 min | 2 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Welcome back. Great to have you. Rush Limbaugh here. The EIB network half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair. Okay. So let's go back to March tenth. I I had a guest in town for the local golf club member guest golf tournament. And this was a let's see this was March tenth was the Sunday night. Playing golfer kind of wiped out we played for four days in a row, we got the fifth day the next day playing ELS for autism tournament. And my guests said, look, we gotta we gotta turn on CNN watch this presidential town hall said no if you wanna watch that go to the house, you're staying in. And you know, know, you gotta watch it will you gotta watch this. I said I don't want. I why do I wanna watch two hours of CNN period, much less? A couple of people that are never going to be elected president never going to get the nominee because I have to and I'm your guest. So will you put it that way? You're right guest gets what they want. So we settled in turn on CNN, and it was two hours of this town hall at the south by south west. Arts and crafts fair. Whatever the hell, it is a bunch of leftists showing up doing arts and crafts and complaining and whining and. Impairing their latest tax. I watched this. And the first hour was Tulsi Gabbard who is a member of congress from a e. And the second hour is mayor Pete Berchtesgaden Buddha Buddha. Judge they spent five minutes on the pronunciation of his name, by the way at this town hall from south bend, Indiana, thirty seven years old openly gay. Very popular among people on the left dark horse. Very articulate kind of guy. And so settled into watch this. And I know what I expected, but I'm glad that. I did. I'm glad that. I did. Because I I I sit here every day. And I know who the left is. I know who they are. And I know they're psychology better than they do. And I I understand what it is that that drives them understanding liberalism better than they do. But it was worth while to actually see this. Remember now, this is a legitimate presidential campaign event yet or sixteen or twenty Democrats that want the nomination. And every one of them is being given a lot of opportunity on cable news networks to be discovered. I heard about mayor Pete. But I had never seen him. And I knew of Tulsi Gabbard I've seen her I've listened to her. But man, what an experienced Tulsi Gabbard, for example, had one thing. And and my my buddy. And I we were not doing a drinking game, we were smoking cigars. So we we had a puff game. Every time. She said something we puffed on the cigar. The word was service. I'm want to serve I'm here for the service. We began every sentence every sentence. She mentioned service or serving or something. And she had this pained smile under versus trying to smile, but conveying at the same time the g was just in the overall. We're all suffering. That's going on in a miracle struggle. And it reminded me every time I saw Michelle my bell. Obama make a speech to the first two to three years of the Obama administration. Every speech. The theme was overcoming struggle every audience. She addressed the struggle, whatever it is the struggle is to survive in this godforsaken country run by a bunch of Republicans. Then they got to the audience QNA. And this is when I had it confirmed that they are a different world. They are a they live in a different country that I want a different country their existence their day to day existence has nothing in common with you. And me these people that are going to vote for the democrat nominee. And I was prepared to come here and recite from memory the various questions that I remembered these people asking so cookie went out and put together a montage of some of the questions that both of these candidates got we'll do Tulsi Gabbard 's I again Sunday night, March tenth CNN special presidential town hall event, Representative Tulsi Gabbard, and I think Jake tapper Jake tapper nominated moderated one of these in Dana bash did the other that we're not gonna have any of the candidates here. Just the questions from the attendees potential democrat voters, I'm troubled by the increase in both Slama phobia, an anti semitism. What can you do in terms of policy in position to combat racism and bigotry, can you convince me that your prior positions on gay rights at truly change on especially concerned about your previous supportive conversion? Therapy, which I find really really repulsive. I'd like to know what you would like to do to stop sexual assault in the military. We will suffer catastrophic consequences of accelerating. Global warming with what urgency will you address it? What do you believe has been the biggest policy mistake of the United States since creation? I'm wondering if you will end the war on drugs by decriminalizing all tracks. Can you be Donald Trump? I wish folks that you can see these people and their facial expressions. The pain. The fear. The but more than that. It is what they expect out of a president. And what they expect out of the government. What can you do in terms of policy of racism and bigotry? What can you do? Well, the guy set the stage for all this, you know, in the debate between Clinton and parole and Bush forty one, you know, you guys are father you're gonna take care of us, which one are you going to do the best job? But I mean, this this this was that this was the ponytail guy on steroids. You Vince me your prior positions on gay rights, truly change? I'm especially concerned about your previous support a conversion there is photography Gabbard. You should us her face. She turned ashen, the smile turned into a very serious pained frown, and she begged for forgiveness ever having anything. Like, aversion therapy was wrapped in an applause. Every one of these questions is rooted in in personal fear. These people are walking around literally frightened every day. They're frightened of being alive. They're frightened of all the external events that you're encounter in life. And they're asking these presidential candidates that making all good, please. You please. Making scarecrow you do the things that will make you feel safe. Can you make people stop being mean just the kinds of things that nowhere in our world? Would we ever want a politician that take control of and deal with these are all things that happen in life, and you deal with them with your own your family's your support group? Whatever. You deal with it with your own command of life and overcoming adversity. But these people have no concept of any they want everything done for them. They wanna live in a bubble. We're no uncomfortable words situations, even exist. I can't. You know, what you would do to stop sexual assault in the military. And there was more to this question. There was a recitation of some experiences in the military sexual assault. It was gay sexual assault, by the way. And I wanted to what what? And of course, the politicians. These people have to have an answer this that well, I wanna serve and part of my services to ensure that there isn't any sexual assault anywhere in the military or otherwise sexual assault is a horrible thing. It's one of the most horrible thing can happen to anybody. And I want to wipe it out. And I want to make sure that if you're going to the military to serve our country is I am trying to serve our country. We're all here in service. You do not deserve to be assaulted. I'm not mocking being assaulted sexual any that it is. It is this is the kind of stuff none of this. None of this policy related. None of this is anything about. The things that ought to be considered when choosing. Leadership presidential or or otherwise? We will suffer catastrophic consequences of accelerating global warming. What urgency will you use to gonna make it? My number one priority. I am here to be in service and part of being in services to serve the issue of global warming. And then there were examples of how in Hawaii false nuclear missile alarm went off and how frightened people were we can't have this any. We can't have false alarm false alarms could never be allowed to happen. Again. Whoever false alarm a nuclear missile incoming to Hawaii needs to be Camden never ever hired again people were so scared. There were mothers throwing their babies in sewers that were folks it was just. Strange now here are the questions for mayor Pete mayor, Pete Buddha or Buddha judge. That's because nobody knows how to pronounce his name. They they just call it mayor Pete. He is the mayor of south bend in the thirty-seven openly, proudly happily gay. Egas? Same themes automations, taking your job people are dying in the ER veterans are coming home and going on welfare. Mike Pence is preventing gay people from being gay. Here you go you have very effectively pinpointed job automation as a key pivot in our near future. How do you tactically propose, we avert an unemployment crisis? How is it? Stop stop stop all the dancing giving me time to req- that. How do you tactically proposed that we have an unemployment crisis? Keep Donald Trump in the White House. It's that simple. Look at what happened to on the employment one we got rid of Barack Hussein, oh, we have more job openings then. There are people looking for work. But you notice how do you tactically? The she has any idea what the difference in tactically and strategically is. They she knows what the difference a tactical nukes and strategic nukes are. How do you tactically propose we averted unemployment? There is no unemployment crisis. Avert one. We've done that we elected Donald Trump. Okay. Back to the top. I'll try to shut up during the very effectively pinpointed job automation as a key pivot in our near future. How do you tactically propose we Vert an unemployment ISIS? How do you think that this would affect the lives of LGBTQ people uninsured patients coming to the for primary care issues? Patients who are sick the system just seems broken. What changes do you intend to bring to America's healthcare system? What initiatives do you plan on creating that will ensure that our nation's most selfless men and women we'll be able to actively leave service and transition into civilian life without needing to apply for social services. Vice president Pence is obviously quite conservative, our his views an aberration. Do you believe that congress should begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump, what needs to be done to fix the democratic process in America, overthrow it? What do you mean? Why would you? Talk about fixing the democratic process. We're going to get rid of it because of the democrat process, you people lose more often than not. Vice president Pence, obviously, very conservative are his views. An aberration. No, they're the majority deal with it. Do you believe congress should begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump? The answer to that was well, of course, being away from the Mahler report, the moderate board this Maria where we need to see what various congressional committees come up with do. I support. I support the beheading a truck whatever it takes the damn, right? It was. A really valuable two hours. I glad I watched. Rush Limbaugh morning. The country a golf shirt from Palm Beach. You're listening to the network. Dot com. This is Stephen investor insights with steeples director of portfolio solutions..

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Than capable of scoring big big numbers twenty points scoring sleep for many years eight off the bench here in game one here's cook up jumper a nice high arthur over the seven footer powder salt poyser some serious confidence doesn't they'll be started the game i would expect the same confidence here's marker floating away shop and twenty no west the rebound for the warriors who lead by nine five twenty six eight and a half to play in the second saw livingston from the right wing gives it to klay thompson driving by batons into four spurs and a foul called as he got hacked in the ball got knocked away times when she called for the personal side out i thought they might be able to two shots draymond green is chuck the ball up without three quarters korkut went in lieu reaction from the crowd will be sited on the thirteen foul a quarter against san antonio berchtesgaden out of the game and running to the tunnel yeah not sure i didn't see anything happen to them maybe a bathroom break unbowed comes to troy migraine only get on top of the arc he'll go to david west right right back the draymond wide open and livingston great trayvon graders livingston slams pop is not happy calls for top very unhappy they're terrific volvo liquid confusion from san antonio on the defense event in the warriors restoring order here go back up eleven steph curry and his civilian clothes at a mix smile on the warriors batch eight oh nine to go second quarter golden state with an eleven point lead thirty seven twenty six over the spurs you're listening to the nba playoffs on espn radio.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Are you saying that's what he gets a little better we gave the he was greater that every day yet hubbell himself bring down the reality that you not better than everybody else you can he gets walking any play date think if i if i would those you are is that why you don't you don't like kevin harvick because he just death too much of the thing he didn't care the kim highly who is that whether it's a different world you become a thaw to become rebel jabbed is thing these dismissed the hollywood least eighty runs the word is the abuse i hanging out the rock spun handouts jesus christ bro i give us that eagles chant let's go bro hey hey you know he did you go uh yugoslav or their we're too yeah oh my god all day michael black said thank you grow movement wta how do we tell the back yeah dummies yummy yum amyloid as ave gay dismay lights old three ways had kanji campbell is not as on an agent diving dude all had a cottingham identify gosh o how does how much lodi gagi day ma though now the man also have their hands unabomb ipad that pain is giving over at runoff dow honored his jumet jumaine jumaine aboy's out assad day i didn't i nissan route lets us and aides who made questions you might thank our jesuit tuesday jampa answers i do not know nothing absolutely and he knows his dum dum anton their job and have one thought there yum agile majumdar was yours begg judge downsize now michael jordan and israel demands on manzar manzoor ahmed zoema drummer by design the on a on the sunday times downward did not reverend don't were not glove his stomach germans armando mother soccer james jonah john john jake you'll ways of fried lead all gone no no no no no no ads daughter ravid dan i jagland is as though learn from his ranch nervous gave his at present by friends of toto away yum ads on he doesn't come in nama imaginable in our country cousins nato country while gelez data and neither lehoko between yummy yum added i don't see any of them domains elma'n egg amy my legs felt way and out they judge okay anti garage sale bujumbura away dubs dugi garrod berchtesgaden majid sunni on monday per day had a wow those don strutted of budget girls goal while and.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"With the gray pickup is quick and easy identification now there as well fiction in fact in santa god's word k the red stars berchtesgaden lawn there have been cars the dead donate yard day also accepting boats motorcycles rvs in real estate donations live and local you're listening to the leery o'connor show we continue with me he passed house files is the website where you see posted his great writing but he been writing about that illegal immigration immigration policies for so long in fact i just want to point out who reportedly talking there about andrew breitbart again eaten you and coltart really only agree on certain aspects of immigration you an andrew didn't agree on too much politically socially culturally but at the you guys are all were great friends i am in adelaide last time i saw you in person was was at an a gathering with andrew we couldn't speak more highly of you or practically everybody amid andrew light abuna wonderful charismatic man even ill people weight on my left to who ran into him loved them so alike he enters the person that municipal agreed with his politics i agreed with a lot of what what he said remember he was culturally relatively liberal uh the the wing area disagreed with him on his foreign policy he believes in a more muscular robust state mind yes we punched them in the nose foreign policy than i do uh that's a debate we can have beds and debate you could have with andrew but you know it's funny you say you know just because we disagreed on things politically doesn't mean we couldn't be friends seems that way these days doesn't it within these circles i mean there there is a sort of a totalitarian mindset where if if you you know supported this guy review believed that you're not just wrong your hitler it's weird i i there is a a push back against have been tally that mandela has definitely taken over and they're you know if you agree with me or a racist bizarrely i've had some civil conversations with people on the web who still here racist uh but we can i feel like several than roles of my back now you can still get beyond that because it's such an obvious pro forma they say they stayed with a wink but you you you.

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"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"berchtesgaden" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Um so we should talk about the all post the circus sam is kind of an expert on this stuff this is one of those messages for for the whole enters its internet wide mess it's for america as far as i know yes for anyone to see what do we do of this by sorry guys this is my little cousin sam and he sort of our resident techs berchtesgaden um deal middle iq something now you can just write it no like maybe you can explain a little bit because i feel like we're because he's a reading this may beginning i'm too technical discreet like when i'm looking at it saw it on like a blaster on may yeah so is it like a tweet okay this is wwe in this is a word that kevin kept use yes he was famous yes okay so like on twitter right a high these are all things i recognize from talk yeah have it but he was saying that it's like a post like that it is like an all and all tweet i guess zambia and all to all tall out tweet yes okay like a public tweet yes yeah our our cadillac together yeah it's what you would use if you wanna talk internet you would take where you want to say out pushed out to intern that's good at it at eu yeah right but it's not going private knowing the you'd have to dm for the private yet and that's a direct another thing kevin talks about a lot as how eager he is to slide into people's deums he says slithered he's yes he always yes that's right he says i'm gonna slither into their dm alka an internet snake the wires are all internet's nagata the of yes eleven the internet you have to be that shape to go through the wires as fast as he cam yang so we read the sam because on you ever like vicious things you lines on your me to find a it was like this song i'm so happy you're moving the screen away because i'm addicted eye contact.

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