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"berhe" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"berhe" Discussed on WTOP

"20 D c metro area medical centers 11 41 at their months of reviewing the shooting death of a man by a Montgomery County police officer, prosecutors announcing their decision more from W. T. O. P is Kate Ryan Howard County Deputy state's attorney, Chris Sandman, announced the findings in the case of Sergeant David Cohen. Montgomery County Police officer who shot and killed 30 year old Finn and Barrios Silver Spring back in May decision was made that we believe that sergeant Coin's actions on this date, we're reasonable under the circumstances. Sandman explained that the threat caused by Mr Phenomena were running directly at the officer with a knife in his hand, disobeying all orders to drop the knife justify the use of deadly force. In this case, the Howard County State's attorney's office typically reviews cases involving Montgomery County police shootings. In this case, police said, Berhe Who had a large kitchen knife, charged it sergeant going, ignoring his commands to put down the knife and get on the ground. Montgomery County Police chief Marcus Jones says that Cohen will return to duty on administrative review There always still underway. Kate Ryan w. T. O P News, former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd will wait trial outside the state of Minnesota. Derek Shaban posted a $1 million bomb this week and today a judge allowed him to live to live in Obering stayed, citing safety concerns. George Floyd's death Back on May 25th sparked global protest against police brutality and racial injustice. Shaman was ordered to be reachable by phone at all times and to surrender his past. 40 faces charges of second degree unintentional murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. Kyle Rittenhouse, the teen accused of killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Back in August, appeared at a virtual extradition hearing in Illinois, his attorney, John Pearce, request in a briefing scheduled to hear government arguments, But prosecutor Stephen Scheller argued against that we would request to see what the government's arguments are, of course in You.

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"berhe" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"berhe" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"So one of the most important solutions to the global challenge posed by climate change lice right under there are foot every day. It's soil soil's just too thin veil that covers the surface of land but it has the the power to shape our planet's destiny see a six foot or so of soil loose soil material that covers. It's the earth's surface represents the difference between life and life nervousness in the system and it can also help us combat climate. I may change if we can only stop treating it like dirt. Climate change happening the atmosphere's warming warming because of increasing amount of greenhouse gases. We keep releasing to the atmosphere. You all know that but what i assume you may not you have heard is that one of the most important things are human society could do to address climate change lives right there in the soil. Amsoil scientists has been studying soil since i was eighteen kazan interested in unlocking the secrets of soil and helping people understand this really important climate change solution so here are the facts about climate. The concentration of carbon dioxide oxide in the earth's atmosphere has increased by forty percent just in the last one hundred fifty years so human actions so now releasing nine point win four billion metric tons of carbon to the atmosphere from activities such as burning fossil fuels and intensive agricultural practices and other ways. We changed the way we use land including deforestation but the concentration of carbon carbon dioxide that stays in the atmosphere is only increasing by about half of that and that's because half of the carbon we keep releasing into the the atmosphere is currently being taken up by land and the seas through a process. We know us carbon sequestration so in essence whatever consequential you think we're being facing from climate change right now. We're only experiencing the consequence of fifty percent of our pollution russian because the natural ecosystems are bailing out but don't get too comfortable because we have two major thinks working against us right now one unless we do something big and then fast emissions emissions will continue to rise and second the ability of these natural ecosystems to take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere atmosphere and sequestered in the natural habitats is currently getting compromised as they are experiencing serious degradation because of human human actions so it's not entirely clear that we will continue to get bailed out by these natural ecosystems if we continue on this business as as usual pap that we've been here's where the soil comes in there is about three thousand billion metric tons of carbon in the soil. That's roughly about three hundred fifteen times the amount of carbon that we released into the atmosphere currently and this twice more carbon and soil than there is in vegetation education and air think about that for a second there's more carbon in soil than there is in all of the world's vegetation including the lush tropical rainforests and the giants koi us the expansive grasslands all of the cultivated systems systems and every kind of flora you can imagine on the face of the earth plus all the carbon that's currently up in the atmosphere combined and then twice over hence very small change in the amount of carbon stored in soil can make a big big difference in maintenance of the earth's atmosphere but soil's not just simply a storage box for carbon though it operates more like a bank account and the amount of carbon in soil at any given time is the function of the amount of carbon coming in and out of the soil carbon been comes into the soil through the process of photosynthesis when green plants take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and use it to make their bodies and upon dead their bodies enter the soil and carbon leaves the soil and goes right back up into the atmosphere when the bodies of those formerly living organisms resumes decay in soil by activity of microbes see decomposition releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as well as other greenhouse gases asas such as methane and nitrous oxide but it also releases all the nutrients we all need to survive one of the things that make soil soil such a fundamental component of any climate change mitigation strategy is because it represents a long term storage of carbon carbon that would have lasted. Maybe a year or two if indicating residue if it was left on.

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"berhe" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Statue of Smith that stands outside. The Wells Fargo center has now been covered with a black tarp. And team officials say they plan to remove her version of the song from their library entirely this after the new York Daily News announced the Yankees would no longer be using her version of God bless America at home games. After revelations of the nineteen thirty star saying song called. That's why darkies were born Smith had a long history with the flyers starting in nineteen sixty nine she performed God bless America. Live numerous times before games and became a good luck charm for the team Smith died in nineteen eighty six just say something not in defense of the song that was referenced there, but artists of that era had little or no choice as to what songs they were told to record by the record companies. So that's number one. I'm a big Louis Armstrong fan and Louis a genius. Obviously, the the guy that basically single handedly created jazz. And and everything that comes out of any trumpet comes from Louis Armstrong, even but her. And with that being said, I have everything Louis ever recorded and some of the stuff he recorded is cringe-worthy as well. So sorry, Kate you're out. She never really had a hold here in Chicago. Because Kate came to town to attempt to sing God bless America. Couple of times. But Wayne, MS Berhe said old lady, this is my town. Get the hell out and don't come back. The kids are okay was socialism. The kids being the brand new alderman and women at the Chicago city council and the younger generation in general Edward McLennan has written a terrific piece in this Kaga magazine about this Ed joins us next to five fifty. Inbound.

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"berhe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For more details league MVP, which often feels like it goes to a quarterback quarterback is is going to be my pickle tease. You're right now. But I'll ask you first who should the two thousand eighteen NFL MVP tough. Because recently some of those top quarterbacks haven't performed well breezes perform that well Mahomes hasn't Goff. Really hasn't been pretty good of late. I'm still to go. Drew Brees, though, seventy five percent completion percentage. Thirty one doesn't turn the ball over. I think he has a good Rosser Naga. Great Rosser, a a solid defense not a dominant defense. And I think for all those reasons he's still been able to elevate that team to one of the best in the league. I'm saying, drew. I had him. I jotted down five names jotted down. Drew brees. I put down Todd girl. Louis. Rams Khalil Mack. Chicago bears. Philip rivers. Big guy. One. But ultimately I settled on Pat Mahomes. Okay. Heading into week sixteen forty five touchdowns eleven picks. And I know they've got great weapons. And I know Andy Reed's a very good offensive coach. But dudes essentially a rookie. He's had his MVP moment. A couple of times in games this year. He's played well against good competition. He's the most fun player in the league to watch. If it goes to drew Brees. I have no problem with that. But if I had a vote, I'm giving it to Pat, Mahomes, water Mahomes is big wins like big wins. They gotta have him against really good teams. Chargers. I mean, I don't know. I don't know that he's had to have a big window. They've won so many games. They did win. They beat the chargers week one. Now, that's before the chargers became the charges the race formed. He played at six touchdowns at Pittsburgh. It's pretty good. Pretty good. That's a like MS Berhe so up and down that way. Forty on the patriots and Foxborough and again, they lost. Okay. I think over time. Five not bad year. Convinced you coming over to my side. I'm still going breeze. But I I like your point I will agree to disagree. No Bengal made the list. Bengals Steelers Sunday, you'll hear the game live on seven hundred wwl w with rocky boy, man, I'm mo- eager..

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"berhe" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on Caught Offside

"But it's it's it really is personnel issues. Nothing has changed at the back. The center has they have when they are fit aren't good enough. And again, we saw last night. He switched to a four play jackass in the center of that four. You don't want that? It's it's not good enough. D the early stages of the game last night. Andrew they played some lovely stuff. I mean, let's be honest McAteer Ian should have had two goals to start. I don't know on. There was. Lovely interplay Ramsey was to the fore Aban to the floor. They've got a lot going right up front. But nothing has changed at the back. This is a this is probably part of a bigger conversation that I don't know that we're going to have right now in this podcast because we are gonna move on. But we talk about Manchester United problems at the back there center hats, we talk about arsenal. Oh, they're centre-half's. There's issues there. You know, even sometimes now, we're starting to see it. I feel like a little bit with Chelsea. Yeah. I'll centre-half like at what point do we start to say that just maybe there's not that many good players at that position. I feel comfortable like I think Tottenham are for the most part solid stockpile. Right. They're rock solid there. You know? But even even Manchester City right now, I feel good about them. But even when they were winning titles a few years ago that was their weakness. Don't forget that possession possession has become such a big thing for city. It's a form of defense number ball. That's not going to be exposed as much right? Can I say this to you just? Doing it'll mental exercise look John Virtanen and then look Virgil vandyke. And then think of the arsenal defenders and not just a screw must be a pop Asaf. Adopt lewis. Just look at those. But yeah, I just think that there's kind of like a shortage of high quality talent at that position. And maybe that's because we're in an era where just you know, everybody wants to score goals. I don't know. I I'm not exactly sure what it is. Yep. I I don't know if we have the defenders, we'd certainly is one of the Cannavaro's the Maldinis we don't have those kind of players anymore. Yeah. Not as many of the money went. So we're going to move on and talk. Well, the other semifinal Manchester City, they won Burton Albion one. And man city is gonna play Burton Albion Tottenham. We're gonna play Chelsea who scored in the eighty four th minute in hazard. So it'll be Spurs Chelsea Manning city Burton Albion, eight seventy eight it's unbelievable what the brewers have done and what Nigel cloth is done. And I it's kinda great to have a club at this point in the competition. That's kind of almost like a throwback their league. One Wigan were league one when they knocked out Manchester City in the. The FA Cup last year. But that was a one and done this two legs. Ye you can't this is going to be over in the first like you'd fear for for Burton, even though they've beaten a good team and MS Berhe good championship team. Stop put the this is somehow Manchester City, this is the nerve high. You know, it's I'm trying to make what what what are you trying to do? I'm here. Middlesboro dementia city. No, what I'm saying is it's Greenwich, even by Barton to get this far. But it's yes. Well, that is true. It's a it's a damn shame for them that it's a two legged affair they had a possibility. Just like Wigan did lot. I think you're right. Any you know, who knows what can happen any given now. But that's not I can't I just can't see, you know, it's so hard to visualize it. Yeah. But we will be brewers fans that night won't we it is. Yeah. Oh, certainly oh my God. It is funny. How this competition is we're kind of instructed to not take a quite as seriously as the FA Cup. Obviously the league obviously, the Champions League..

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"berhe" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on Caught Offside

"But it's it's it really is personnel issues. Nothing has changed at the back. The center has they have when they are fit aren't good enough. And again, we saw last night. He switched to a four play jackass in the center of that four. You don't want that? It's it's not good enough. D the early stages of the game last night. Andrew they played some lovely stuff. I mean, let's be honest McAteer Ian should have had two goals to start. I don't know on. There was. Lovely interplay Ramsey was to the fore Aban to the floor. They've got a lot going right up front. But nothing has changed at the back. This is a this is probably part of a bigger conversation that I don't know that we're going to have right now in this podcast because we are gonna move on. But we talk about Manchester United problems at the back there center hats, we talk about arsenal. Oh, they're centre-half's. There's issues there. You know, even sometimes now, we're starting to see it. I feel like a little bit with Chelsea. Yeah. I'll centre-half like at what point do we start to say that just maybe there's not that many good players at that position. I feel comfortable like I think Tottenham are for the most part solid stockpile. Right. They're rock solid there. You know? But even even Manchester City right now, I feel good about them. But even when they were winning titles a few years ago that was their weakness. Don't forget that possession possession has become such a big thing for city. It's a form of defense number ball. That's not going to be exposed as much right? Can I say this to you just? Doing it'll mental exercise look John Virtanen and then look Virgil vandyke. And then think of the arsenal defenders and not just a screw must be a pop Asaf. Adopt lewis. Just look at those. But yeah, I just think that there's kind of like a shortage of high quality talent at that position. And maybe that's because we're in an era where just you know, everybody wants to score goals. I don't know. I I'm not exactly sure what it is. Yep. I I don't know if we have the defenders, we'd certainly is one of the Cannavaro's the Maldinis we don't have those kind of players anymore. Yeah. Not as many of the money went. So we're going to move on and talk. Well, the other semifinal Manchester City, they won Burton Albion one. And man city is gonna play Burton Albion Tottenham. We're gonna play Chelsea who scored in the eighty four th minute in hazard. So it'll be Spurs Chelsea Manning city Burton Albion, eight seventy eight it's unbelievable what the brewers have done and what Nigel cloth is done. And I it's kinda great to have a club at this point in the competition. That's kind of almost like a throwback their league. One Wigan were league one when they knocked out Manchester City in the. The FA Cup last year. But that was a one and done this two legs. Ye you can't this is going to be over in the first like you'd fear for for Burton, even though they've beaten a good team and MS Berhe good championship team. Stop put the this is somehow Manchester City, this is the nerve high. You know, it's I'm trying to make what what what are you trying to do? I'm here. Middlesboro dementia city. No, what I'm saying is it's Greenwich, even by Barton to get this far. But it's yes. Well, that is true. It's a it's a damn shame for them that it's a two legged affair they had a possibility. Just like Wigan did lot. I think you're right. Any you know, who knows what can happen any given now. But that's not I can't I just can't see, you know, it's so hard to visualize it. Yeah. But we will be brewers fans that night won't we it is. Yeah. Oh, certainly oh my God. It is funny. How this competition is we're kind of instructed to not take a quite as seriously as the FA Cup. Obviously the league obviously, the Champions League..

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"berhe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But it's it's it really is personnel issues. Nothing has changed at the back. The center has they have when they are fit aren't good enough. And again, we saw last night. He switched to a four play jackass in the center of that four. You don't want that? It's it's not good enough. D the early stages of the game last night. Andrew they played some lovely stuff. I mean, let's be honest McAteer Ian should have had two goals to start. I don't know on. There was. Lovely interplay Ramsey was to the fore Aban to the floor. They've got a lot going right up front. But nothing has changed at the back. This is a this is probably part of a bigger conversation that I don't know that we're going to have right now in this podcast because we are gonna move on. But we talk about Manchester United problems at the back there center hats, we talk about arsenal. Oh, they're centre-half's. There's issues there. You know, even sometimes now, we're starting to see it. I feel like a little bit with Chelsea. Yeah. I'll centre-half like at what point do we start to say that just maybe there's not that many good players at that position. I feel comfortable like I think Tottenham are for the most part solid stockpile. Right. They're rock solid there. You know? But even even Manchester City right now, I feel good about them. But even when they were winning titles a few years ago that was their weakness. Don't forget that possession possession has become such a big thing for city. It's a form of defense number ball. That's not going to be exposed as much right? Can I say this to you just? Doing it'll mental exercise look John Virtanen and then look Virgil vandyke. And then think of the arsenal defenders and not just a screw must be a pop Asaf. Adopt lewis. Just look at those. But yeah, I just think that there's kind of like a shortage of high quality talent at that position. And maybe that's because we're in an era where just you know, everybody wants to score goals. I don't know. I I'm not exactly sure what it is. Yep. I I don't know if we have the defenders, we'd certainly is one of the Cannavaro's the Maldinis we don't have those kind of players anymore. Yeah. Not as many of the money went. So we're going to move on and talk. Well, the other semifinal Manchester City, they won Burton Albion one. And man city is gonna play Burton Albion Tottenham. We're gonna play Chelsea who scored in the eighty four th minute in hazard. So it'll be Spurs Chelsea Manning city Burton Albion, eight seventy eight it's unbelievable what the brewers have done and what Nigel cloth is done. And I it's kinda great to have a club at this point in the competition. That's kind of almost like a throwback their league. One Wigan were league one when they knocked out Manchester City in the. The FA Cup last year. But that was a one and done this two legs. Ye you can't this is going to be over in the first like you'd fear for for Burton, even though they've beaten a good team and MS Berhe good championship team. Stop put the this is somehow Manchester City, this is the nerve high. You know, it's I'm trying to make what what what are you trying to do? I'm here. Middlesboro dementia city. No, what I'm saying is it's Greenwich, even by Barton to get this far. But it's yes. Well, that is true. It's a it's a damn shame for them that it's a two legged affair they had a possibility. Just like Wigan did lot. I think you're right. Any you know, who knows what can happen any given now. But that's not I can't I just can't see, you know, it's so hard to visualize it. Yeah. But we will be brewers fans that night won't we it is. Yeah. Oh, certainly oh my God. It is funny. How this competition is we're kind of instructed to not take a quite as seriously as the FA Cup. Obviously the league obviously, the Champions League..

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"berhe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Many salute the holiday with a Cup of grog. What is I don't know? But I do know of beer, there's lots of Milwaukee. We are the Bruce city after all mackerels microbes graph years all over the place in somewhere. Probably as we speak right now. Someone is standing in line for a special holiday release at a local brewery, the journal Sentinel's, Cathy Flanagan knows all things beer. So I was talking with the folks from visit Milwaukee, and they were telling me Kathy that there's something like forty different breweries in the Milwaukee area southeastern Wisconsin little mom and dad places bigger operations. Whatever the case may be does that number sound about right to you. If you're putting Kenosha and Racine. Yeah. In Milwaukee proper. I think I have a list of thirty three craft breweries. How do they all stay in business? I mean, I know we make our suds in Wisconsin and alcohol that relationship is probably too good. But that's a lot of beard being crater. The thing is there different styles. Like there. There are smaller breweries like urban harvest where it's a neighborhood brewery, and they're small enough that they make different beers often. And people come in and kind of that's their thing they come in and hang out there and feel like it's neighborhood brewery. That's what stock house which just opened while tosa is going for. And then there are the bigger ones. Like like, France for a surge base where you know, people know what they're making. They like it like hanging out there, you know, in some ways that has become like a bar very much. So and you're you're a rockstar with the folks that were stallion because they've been cranking out these seasonal Laveli beers. One of them was a candy corn beer that came out around Halloween. You wrote it up and boom it took off. It was good. I you know, I I will tell you. Honestly, I was like I don't know if I want to be. I don't know if I wanna take candy corn. I went over there and tried it, and I really liked it. So I brought him home for. While people were trick or treating we have few during the porch and couple of my friends just loved it. And now they've got one for candy cane lane to get some peppermint ended. It sounds like it's going to be a very sweet stock. But TIs the season. I guess I'm hoping they do a glitter beer for Liberace day, glitter beer, that would be awesome. That would be great. There are some other breweries do seasonal beers to lake friends. Black Friday is coming up tomorrow. So that's one of the big ones. Central waters has it in January. They have their annual anniversary party and people's two thousand people go up to Amherst and stand in line to get into the party, even though they have tickets, and they share beers. They're like, I think they're probably eleven or twelve events around black Friday this year because there's like front has done it other places have gotten into the action as well. We're with the journal Sentinel's, Cathy Flanagan. Who is an expert on all things beer, especially the craft beers in Wisconsin and here in the Milwaukee area. And it seems that the motive a motive of operation is to just don't have a brewery anymore. You do have to have a tasting room in order to make these things. Go right. You do. That's a good way to to gauge what your customers like. But also for I think rest told me this longtime ago when you're a new brewery, your tapper, MS Berhe, you're gonna make at least your first use prophets. If you make a profit, right, right? And there was some push or a rumor of a push from the big breweries that they were going to try to squash. These things from happening that they didn't want these small barista either have tap room's or tap room's. With restaurant opportunities has gotten any traction that you've heard of I haven't heard anything about it lately. I wouldn't be surprised if it comes up again one theory, I heard his back distributors wanted. And I I'm not sure what distributors, but this would I hurt distributors wanna breeze to pay them for the beer they used in their taproom because that's how distributors make their money selling Burris, beer, it's complicated. And and some of the laws are impenetrable at least to me. So I I don't I wouldn't doubt if it came up again. But I think we're all in a state of flex trying to figure out the tavern lead. Trying to figure out how bars can regain business lost to tap room's that kind of thing. Yeah. They definitely getting traction and more are coming including. A stock house brewing in Warwick tosa. Can you tell us about that? Open monday. It's a really small brewery gets a one and a half barrels, which I forget what that translates to. But you can expect there to be a different all the time 'cause they're not gonna bottle. They're not gonna can they idea, according to them as you go in you have a beer you. Enjoy the neighborhood tapper eat meat, your friends there and you get food from the nearby restaurants. 'cause there are ton of them in that area. It's right up north avenue. So they just want you to come in and feel comfortable and feel at home. And then you've got a bigger operation the way it sounds indeed brewing of Minneapolis. It's coming to town. They're coming next summer. They're going to be a ten barrel. Bro house. This will be this is the first out-of-state Berita started tap remember here. They indeed does really well in Minneapolis. And it does really well actually regionally they want to augment their production with the spot in Milwaukee. But also, this is a way for them to introduce himself. Milwaukee and make sure that people here drink their beer because shelf space is what most breweries are fighting over. You know, you you you can have a great beer, but you're on a shelf with Burris from the west coast, the east coast, and then you're midwest neighbors. So that's another reason that taproom beneficial because it's a chance for people to try your beer and feel very loyal to. It was going to say that's the other offshoot of this craft brewing. Boom is the reality that liquor stores and other outlets only have so much room. They can only stick so many brands on the shelves, and somebody's gotta stay. Somebody's gotta go. I I mean, I'm always talking about breweries and this craft beer movement at like like rock and roll in the seventies and eighties. You know, I went to a police concert in the late seventies. And they played Roxanne twice. So I feel like I knew the police at the beginning. I didn't feel like, and I think when you when you go to tap Herman, you try a beer you. Discover a beer suddenly that you become very loyal to that taproom, and you will look for their beer on the shelves. And I think that's what they're all. Pulling for one of the big events. That's going to happen. In twenty nineteen will be the opening of good city near the Pfizer form in downtown Milwaukee. What can we expect from that? Well, they're gonna use that facility for sour beers. Which are not as popular here is they could be, but they're really delicious. So I think that they'll have their their regular menu on tap. But that'd be souring beers in the back, which is great because that's a bigger inventory for them. And that's a another direction that can take their beer. And that's quite the growth spurt for this brewery that wasn't around all that long ago. Yeah. What do they think? They're two years old. Or something right on the eastside. Oh, they have the best food to my gosh. Now, they're going to be part of the giant Pfizer form complex in downtown Milwaukee. Anything else coming up next year that we should know about on the beer radar, Kathy? I'm sure there's always something coming up. I'm not sure plans Dan from terrarium to put their souring facility and another tapper memorial Costa. And then I think there are a couple of changes that I'm I'm monitoring. Now, a very going into that that former G daddy's on the east side. I haven't figured out who it is yet. And I'm working on it. And then, you know, this people expanding I'm and and I'm sure maybe we'll see a shutdown. I'm I'm not positive, but it's always possible. I don't think there's a bubble. Just yet. I think they're still bear to be had and new beer to be made. But I'll see the journal Sentinel's, Cathy Flanagan your expert for all things you can read her stuff in the pages of the journal set or at GS online dot com coming up.

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"berhe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Three called on a blistering fastball by here. The brewers. Well, it just don't seem to have enough pitching credible. Free shut off still. Thank you. Travis. Saw. Thank you for pointing out what the so-called experts just won't accept. In two thousand eight the brewers in two thousand eleven Ricky this season. Well, it's everybody's. Right. I mean, there's a few guys, obviously, you've got the majority of the attention. They've been incredible. But we have so many guys out there. Right now, burns, Brandon. Baseball. When you add those guys are. Makes us that much deeper veteran Ryan Braun would've is a rookie soaking up the knowledge of the players who have been here before. Awesome. They've experience and learn from them. The word starter. It's so two thousand sixteen MS Berhe was team is all about outfitters all star. Jeremy Jeffress is one of them. You know, it doesn't matter who it is. They're going to go out there and get one hundred percent creek. He believes that each and every one of these guys brewers bullpen ERA the month of September the best in baseball. It just shows how we prepare. Ready for anything? We're ready for anybody as long as we go out there. And just do what we do. Talk. Yes. Part of how the brewers have built their longest winning streak since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Eleven a role. A late season surge has put the brewers in an enviable position owners of the best record in the National League. Now the road to the World Series rounds through beer town here in Brockton. You guys will have home field advantage in the NFC s. It doesn't matter. Okay. Seven forty five at W.

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"berhe" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Overpowered Tyler Tyler could barely handle New York to Boston on. Yeah. He was. He was like, yeah, sorry, getting fussy. Right when we were like pulling in. This is cake. The train, the Boston's, the easiest thing it is ever happened. Like I said, already did it today. Crispus ever. Train Chipper. That's the word I was thinking. Chris. Tippers are Goodwin. A friend named Chipper weird man. I feel like only one person should have been allowed to have it in. That's Chipper Jones. Yeah, exactly. Everyone else is trying to go by chip dude. Even that chips, not a great name. It's not. It's like a. Fucking verb for your chip something. We both got weird names. Yes. Do you see that? My hotel keeps calling me miss Berra our miss. Six text from them be like, hey, MS, Berhe alley. Hope you're join us day. That's that has had to happen before. Now. I used to work at a sales job and I get calls into the office that said. Hello? Dan or say like, hi, I'm looking for Dana. She left me a voicemail. I left you voicemail with my voice, a male voice. Did you even listen to it or is chick just won't put down the cigarettes constantly? Yeah, that's tough. I remember I went to. I played basketball over seas once and it was like this junior Olympics type setup. The other men and women. We have this like pre. I don't even know what's called, but it was like this meeting with for like regional meeting kids from all over the country. Bax. And you'll know when I do intentionally. So when you met you met in like groups of like five and they did it by gender and they saw my name and they're like, we got no fucking clue. So I walked in with like four girls and I liked didn't think anything other may just looked at me and they were like you coli Sharam. They're like, now we go. Took me like twenty leads group. Yeah, took me like twenty minutes to be like, oh, they clearly this by gender? Yeah, I know. One girl coli, full name, Nicole. I don't know. Probably a friend sister. I've never met her probably her name around. So other than I don't know any goalies it's not a pew. It's a good name. I like it. It's a unique. I have what I meet people. I have to say it like six times. I don't feel like it sounds that. Don't feel like it sounds that tough when you hear it not everyone knows the word coal, like the name co. Everybody knows the prefix e suffix. I knew when I was wrong. Here in the ballpark was a fix, hey, you had a fifty fifty shot a news news, an ex. Captain cons tax as like as it stands now I have fifteen free minutes. I don't have four hours. Would you happen to know? And Jay Williams interviews starts. It's like data. I'm not gonna tell you if you are not gonna listen to whole. That's not how this works outside. The tape goes. That was like, kind of like out of nowhere like that wasn't set up like we knew he was coming in. We just didn't know like when he was going to how much time he was going to have because we knew he was doing Dallas's radio show. And it's also weird because it's like he walks and he doesn't know who we are. It was. It was funny. It was like it was really position. You just tell them the wrong time and just have them like scrambling all over the place..

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"berhe" Discussed on The Point Of It All

The Point Of It All

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on The Point Of It All

"But that takes two to realize you would do a better desert than i would me get to you give me my credit or whatever like that for the be you know you go you get you still get get trouble wars in the cut you still get show you know they're not show royal not cuddly on the screen but eventually you know why that was on commercial soso got the war for this like i still yana umbrella yeah right exactly it's still on my resume you know it is what it is so bad credit that's what i'm saying i want people to know just so i have that so you don't think with some people like you say sean garrett some people know his name let alone you know his name but he's still right so ilise he could be like he got massive here yeah so you'd be like hey ms berhe say yeah that's just so people know but you know with the lot of so when i notice with the line of the producers of will do is create they own shed have own albums maybe one or two and then they'll come to die down a little bit must have had one or two compilation albums cool now now play i'll give back to the background produce my say i'm giving my money needed these two albums of really pushed my name even further of the be like okay already knew some of his solo today he's doing because he pronounced name on it but not as you do these collapse no these these ads in these compilations okay sean gary he was doing solo album slow a couple of times couple say album the mixed use them say he was a mistake you delight maybe three the that was at and then think i can live here anymore j about you would you want.

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"berhe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"My boys are everything to me i've got a twelve year old i've got one that just turned ten they're really crazy good soccer players but what i think i've been able to do for you know like my mom did for me they have an expectation to win they have an expectation to fight they have an expectation to scrape and do what they're going to have to do and so i think that business you know has brought that out of me to another level you know i'm constantly when i'm when we're i pick him up for soccer practice i've had a day of work i go get him every day i take my kids to soccer every time i don't miss that as often as i can i don't think i don't ms berhe many games either and we're in that car and when i get them i ask them how their day's going and we didn't talk about it and then it's my turn how how's it going with me and we sit down there and i had business business conversation with him i tell them what's going on i go you understand what i just said jefferson why when you when you have a conversation with them one day and a week or two later they're like hey that means business and that i'm like yeah that's exactly what that you know so what did you start the lobby i'm sorry what age did you start teaching that the question was what am i yeah i would say maybe i mean we have conversations all the time i think they only ramped up it wasn't by design business today i think you know it's probably been there since they were like five six or seven probably were they really understand and thinking understand why that's important and we go into the concept of paying rent and working for your money at how viable money is and how you had to have somewhere to live in and just be able.

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"berhe" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

Gilmore Guys

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

"Mike talk about their day and talk about their day and say the funniest thing happen to me and think that that's the thing is like a lack of sharpness in what she does on stage that's true that makes me a little bit sad thing is having a stand up right stand up for tv a hard and like when people were talking about working on i'm dying of here they're like we have one guy and he writes all the stand up so everyone real as the say and it's like that's not that's our who work soon after that idea this yet one guy writing for each character great senate definitely had to be now unfit there's one of you understand this but it is the law and the state of california that if you are casting a stand up for television or movies you get a stand up to play boys and actresses chocolate girls say yeah i'm aware of marty actually so there is a uh interesting part in this episode specifically the kind of dresses what you're talking about that like lack of sharpness that really really bothered me because of the whole time i've been observing the santa as like yeah pretty soft pretty like you know we're looking at we're not looking at a you know a sharp shooter joke writer jessil mc type person days were not you know it's not a wendy leap been going of it's like a you know moreover observe ational sort of like berhe biguglia budding burghley so but generally i think like in the world of 1950s a stand up i'm like yeah it's got something that other people don't have you done with something interesting going on but then when she had that whole leg skewered ring.

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"berhe" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on The 3:59

"Welcome to the three nine on literature amounting Bryson is locking down as phones started today. Rizon will start locking phones down to combat theft for now at all lot phones immediately after you active at your service. But in the spring time they us are extending that locked period savings. After you buy that phone, it'll be locked four appeared time, which they haven't specified yet. I'm confused. How does this prevent theft again? So the idea here what they're trying, what they're arguing is that thieves can basically take these unlocked Phone turn around and seldom right away. Is of these federal lock down. So you can't use and others carrier SIM card in that phone that it's a lot less appealing for thieves, right? Wants to take that phone. They can't actually turnaround Selatan light. Markedly couldn't bringing overseas because they're lock down. But do you think that when somebody steals a phone though, It's not like the phone has a massive like Berhe rise in like logo on other. They'd be able say, Oh, that phones locked. I'm not going to steal it note for sure. That's a really good point. Uh, there are Tunsil unlocked I felt out there. Aired their argument was there, built. There's been enough, Um, stolen good, even going to Vriesman stores were at from Briza source themselves that they're putting Dismiss this new policy in place. And I understand this has been frustrating for a few folks. Yeah, consumer not liking this. Now, a little background rise and actually agreed with the agreed to unlock all their phones as part of a deal with the SEC when they bought a certain swath of spectrum from seven hundred megahertz. This is a spectrum. The powers, their LTE network. And so basically, ever since LG phones came out, they've unlocked other phones. They have actually the most generous policy in place. Every other Care does require you to wait between forty to sixty days before they will unlock. You have known. So this is a this is a big change it. It's, it's a hassle for folks who have to go overseas and who are just law by citizens and with of rising phone. All right, So Next up. Want about block chain. I'm sure you've heard of long-chain rallies Bitcoin because everyone talking about it seemed Shakra has nice piece breaking down the the foundation for Bitcoin and other crypto-currency and its core is it's a lot of walking us to it, But at its core, a Blockchain's are helps build trust. And these untrustworthy times There is actually a really sweet animation in the story that John of explains at all because yet Blockchain's been out for a bit of a while. Now, yell at I every time I try to explain our like dive deep into it as I have no clue what's going on here, right? It's the idea of like the sort of dispersed network of blocks of data that are all individual encrypted, but all kind of work together right there at my hedges come yet blow'd up. But shakes peace. Does it just look at Big Horn and crypto-currency looked at how, uh. Uh, basically can ensure other It can ensure how products are either are actually legitimate, whether diamonds of conflict diamonds will food that you're getting is actually, you know, will deny counterfeiting. And so really the way it affects our lives in more ways than just bickering. Yes. Up next officials confirmed on Sunday that the Winter Olympics have been hit with a cyber attack. It happened during the opening ceremony, an It lasted for about twelve hours. They're Olympics website was taken down and the WiFi network, like EPA stadium in Pyongyang Chang was a wasn't working. Uh, but you know, if you're watching opening ceremony, you might not have noticed it at all. It all went off without a hitch any way. Yeah, All Things Considered Vets, not really that terrible, and it seemed like the hack was definitely more about inconvenience yet. Anything more cells researchers had taken a look at the mouth wear and basically noted that this attack wasn't really to steal any information. There are a lot of public officials there. You know, the. My Mike Pence was there a rise out South Korean President as Airlec. So there's a lot of information that you can get out of this by this attack was mostly just to mess things up and like, you know, take down the network and things like that. It's still too early to say, who had done this attack, but taking a look at the code it, it does reference. A lot of it was just for destruction purpose in his radio. Yeah. Movies or is a more GIC sounds unit. Jan amount for rank. Thanks for listening. Mm.

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"berhe" Discussed on The Queen's Court

The Queen's Court

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on The Queen's Court

"I turn in god a lot of people like berhe and a lot of other people that their long most you think about the looming naughty do you think that reported on it but god allah with ben staff a complaint with at his anywhere you feel about the illuminating i think people dan iraq in his industry that sounds like i say yawkey keep off of your planning got games there i think that he's speak up in the app i talked too much rhetoric about a needle in this on meal on you know you have the the me of your mind and i think a lot of people get caught up in all of this propaganda nod is who is she live your life and do the right thing and ali's mother thought this running if you're from the for themselves they bringing these theme is onto sales they speaking debt anthonynoel live leaf babies die yang yang yang yang baibing yang did that in atlanta young marvi heat have died is young made one shot him up her a man it's one leader the law pay they haven't even lille bitat on through honest issue not been aided me it it's revis island but wang will make you day megan they don't be a social media that the chinese people no one your every move you every step take you on snapchat you all faith boo people know when your home when you now wit club he's gonna be in what restaurants they said negative up killing you they know all you'd be at this why are you doing neath well i don't i don't understand like they uphold without won the polls i bet you see what i want you to see i give you will full of adults show you what every bit of me you know i keep my family private my husband pravda max children proud of my love life pride i give you bits and pieces of me boots if this is what i wanted to give you you can't constantly let a person nogo every move your every step like i come from a time delay due to was talking to mother purposely mere anything over in front of vietnam's poli what above him.

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"berhe" Discussed on Equity

Equity

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on Equity

"Since two thousand so in a long time coming for that one yep it definitely i guess i guess some of these dot com stragglers are finally taken advantage of the later window we see companies come out of these really rough patches like a two thousand eight era the you mentioned earlier in the show was incredibly rough for companies bulletin boxes found around them and a lot of companies seemed they'd have more '09 okay but in there like back and things were really bleak i wonder if being born at a time which things are tough gives you a much sterner dna as well as all these companies like berhe founded in two thousand eleven and then you got to ride the 2014 unicorn cycle and are now trying to figure it all out post that well that's one of the kind of the venture ethos is you know if you're started if you get started at a depression era type environment you are going to be scrappy are you gonna be hungry or you're you're going to get less resource to begin west so you're gonna have to figure out how to do things right the first time and not have trial on air and not be able to have fancy headquarters all the meals all the types of things that have become commonplace sir inboxes founded in two thousand five by the way is hannah incongruous see dan he came on if dropping out to make a thing happened mo but it is true that we see that happening ally with companies that get started actually in downtime yeah and they always talk about hey it's always good to put money in in downtime but money in the ground the downtime is because on on the other side you're gonna get a lower valuation if i'm an investor.

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"berhe" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"berhe" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The program and as predicted as we've been saying you got three four people that apparently forgot and forgetting that it they voted to repeal obamacare we we went through the same thing in my house there was as at the time we warned you we told you i was very up front with people all times republicans in the house the senate would vote to repeal replace obamacare over sixty of those votes in 2015 vote was the culmination of all of that really what i will call and what i said they were show votes now that was one attempt doing the reason we knew there were show votes is because the congress has the constitutional authority in the power of the purse and if they ever really wanted to take a stand united as a party they had the power to do it all all along and the one time somebody did supported by our next guest in a pretty major wales wouldn't ted cruz did his filibuster and that was if you remember was about defunding obamacare is about using that constitutional authority and there was such a backlash that ted cruz was the embodiment of evil that this is outrageous this could never work it's never gonna happen while it always would've work ted every buddy gin knighted around the very things that they had promised people and so at the time i knew it was a show vote than in the house we learned that there were at least a hundred plus republican congressman that never had any intention of repealing and replacing obamacare it's a huge disappointment in that sends that they say things they don't believe but you know they're going to have to live with their own votes in their own state said we were pointing out earlier today you know people like berhe cows skin capito and others that and are you just sit there the only one is sistan on it to her credit it in that sense as susan collins rand paul has been at the forefront he was the one that wanted the repeal and transition bill all along from the very getgo you so let's just do what we did back in 2015 remembered at you're on this program saying it yeah and the thing is is conservative at least got a victory in the fan they didn't that in fourth.

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