19 Burst results for "Biala"
"biala" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"You're like morocco north africa. Oh you're muslim from america. welcome you know. It's like people invited me their house for tea. Don't know them but this connection is there right. And i think that's the thing but you're right. We do look out for muslims but the thing is we don't have. We have a low barrier to entry is like. Oh you've got people understand what the theology is don't like just convert just because oh to get some some club like it should resonate with you. There's no faith there's no compulsion in faith. Yeah i think some people to be honest with a numbers. And i think for us. I think that's the wrong way. Look at it. Like i think a lot of people are overzealous and ceo. Just believe just believe. Earn the numbers game a competition. I think for us it i think. At least for me as advocated the numbers right. I mean if you believe that you call you know. We agree with the same belief. And i say now you want to my peoples right like we get along with each other and one of the problems with mike for example color in the city in language in another Characteristics that make up a group and battling around behind that is there's different markers of it. There's people who aren't you know completely black or brown and mix of mris and they don't read necessarily fall into a certain or specific group. Those are like in my mind. Did just i i think my point is you guys got to safety now as not a luxury. Black people have in america. There is no safety net. But the we don't even have we didn't even have the fifty net that they can rally around follow. Follow me you guys have a safety net. You can call on the muslim community. Father biala shared apartment. Y'all papa open up a gas station and they see you know years later. Iraq and into bands. Y'all got that sense of community. You also got a sense of language so you can have private conversations in public without people interference who much without too many fbi agents around you. You can identify agents a lot faster and quicker right and fbi has done a a big job of hiring people who speak you guys. Have you all language. Insulates you from the regular regulatory poloi per se. You don't have the you know even our slang demonized it's it's it's thought to be as less intellectual as the next language but when you're black in america and you wanna come up. There is no body.
Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music
"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings
"biala" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Any time, you know, especially if you buy my pastor, right? So it takes 45 seconds. The cooking, I mean, Evangeline takes all the work out of its safety. Okay, maybe gonna take a little bit longer, because this is a different kitchen for me, but it's gonna be quick. Oh, my goodness. So about now. Otherwise we have also Barbara. She does way also have, uh, the nebula, Katie, which is interesting taste in our eyes. The kitty, This is, uh We do that in Biala first, and then the all of the ideas, the introduction, maybe all of the people in Piedmont and then there are the queen, the Barbaresco and the king off Nebula wines, which is the battle, of course, But we started with the introduction one beyond Begin this process. Beautiful collar is you seem to be always on variety. There's a very thin skin, so it delivers wanted or not deeply colored. However, those air winds it tends to be very structured, very powerful, very muscular Laura and winds very reaching timing. That's typical of wine based on my own ambulatory. Do you find that you get a little bit of truffle in every city? That's for sure. Especially one nebula based wine evolved older they develop. A lot of different forestry, mushrooming travel cards right that takes a little bit of bottle age. These are younger wines, and we always 2015 so it's more fruit is more floral. But when we moved to the bottle, which is already 2012 you wanna start to.
"biala" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"In wake up and I go. Wow Yeah that's quite an influence. I mean shops good. It is what you not tell the truth and that's it. That's a revolutionary act these days, right? Okay, Ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the Candice Owens Show and I would like to talk to you all about a video that I just saw circulating on the Internet. It is remarkable and everyone should be paying attention it was a couple, a Caucasian couple that was sitting to eat in Washington DC and a mob of black lives matter activists peaceful lack lives matter activists decided to storm the restaurant and demand that people in the restaurant raised their fists in the air. And gave the black power salute. Now, this young Caucasian couple decided that they were not going to raise their fists in the air and give a black power salute and so the woman and the mob proceeded to scream at them yelling obscenities at them until finally they left when I saw looked familiar to me it looked like the images that I saw when. I was learning about the civil rights era I was learning about white people who would descend on black people that were peacefully eating and scream maps and he's at them because of the color of their skin. So what has changed really in America? Have we transported back to on the time of racial unrest this time with black Americans as the aggressor what. Is. This is all taking shape in what is at the root of it I. Think we would all agree would be the black lives matter movement I have been very vocal in my belief that black lives matter is a hate group. There is nothing nice about black lives matter are happy to use violent tactics. They are happy to you. Scare tactics they're happy. To burn they're happy to riot. They're happy to loot to accomplish their goals and I'm not quite sure what their goals are. Now, when I I I my own personal belief system on the Black Lives Matter Movement it was definitely considered controversial. I am black by the way of course, I believe that black lives matter I believe all lives matter and there was. Really a a lot of information and data that was put together in a few pieces on the Internet, as well as in a book by by next guest who I am so excited to have and to speak to about police brutality and the myth of Police Brutality Ladies and gentlemen. I am proud to welcome to my show heather. McDonald, heather is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and the author of the book. War On cops. Heather. Welcome to the Kennesaw and such honor candice. I'm I'm privileged to be with you and I look forward to this conversation. So you are an academic, a true academic and I kinda say true academic because there are a lot of people who are not academic who pose as academics and put out these ridiculous theses that have sort of added to these obscure hubbub humanities that we're seeing today and you did something very bold and. Very, courageous years ago you told the truth about police brutality and I wanted to talk to you about what made you focus on this topic You see the world going crazy the narrative is that black people like myself just walking down the street right thing in a police officer turns and boom shoots US what what made you interested in that? Well, it was very specific moment in. New. York City Kansas New York had. been turned around by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. One of the most visionary mayors that the city has ever had. He took on the welfare industrial complex and most importantly, he brought crime down in a way that nobody had predicted that it was possible by making the police accountable holding them accountable for for saving lives and asking them to care about public order be proactive, and this brought a renaissance to New York City that was completely unforeseen. The New York Times and the media detested Giuliani because he was destroying one liberal shift after another and they were looking for any opportunity to take him down in nineteen ninety nine. There was a very horrible one of these stomach churning police shootings of Ahmadou Biala West, Ghanaian immigrant who was trying to get in his apartment in the soundview section of the Bronx and the police were looking for a robber at our rapist rather and they thought that Diablo who is still outside the vestibule look like that rapist and they stopped him ask you questions. He didn't understand them. He reached for his wallet and they shot him the infamous forty one times this provoked weeks of celebrity protests the Times. Went into overdrive they were running three and a half articles a day claiming. that. The shooting was emblematic of the New York Police Department that the the. Police Department had. Yes. Brought crime down they had done. So on the backs of black people ignoring the fact, it was black lives that we're being saved by this unprecedented crime drop, and so they were claiming that this was the way the NYPD operated. Well, I had by then a rule of thumb that if the New York Times says, it don't believe it and so this is a very clear message. Diablo equals the New York Police Department. So I went out to the Bronx and I talked to people and I said. Are the police brutalizing you what do you think about the police and what I heard from people again, and again we want more cops. Terrified of the people engaged in drive by shootings. The police treat we met with respect. This was not just elderly females. Of course, it was them. It was young black males who would say. I don't get involved in trouble. I've not had encounters with the police I looked into the numbers as well and I found that police shootings were at their lowest level in decades. The year that Almodena was shot there were eleven people shot fatally by the police that is miniscule compared to the population numbers and so at that point. I became very interested in this narrative and I realized that the cops were living under. A. A. Narrative of lies unlike any other profession. and that they were motivated by the desire to help people and yet it became an IT and yet. The the. The story told about them was the exact opposite. This was at the height of the driving while Black Syndrome that narrative which turned also to be false, and so it became somewhat of a moral crusade for me because. It simply was unfair. That people were having to go to work each day with a presumption against them that they could not falsify, which was that they were all racist. So from then on, it's it's something an interest I've had, and sadly the narrative is just become more and more. high volume and more and more lethal above all it. The narrative of racist cops takes black lives. It's very simple right and I'm going to ask you a rather complicated question why? What? What does the New, York Times gain by perpetuating a narrative that they know is not true. What do they gain by causing this disruption by causing this unrest? Why are we seeing right now? Especially, just the height of this false narrative being perpetuated throughout the entire media. You know I think it is as much simply an ideological commitment as it is to any kind of I know you're not saying literally financial gain but I think that The. Left now it's identity is formed on the belief that they are fighting against a racist America and that gives them. Significance it gives them power. It gives them righteousness and I think they're quite sincere in that belief So they think they're on. Their own moral, crusade. To. Save Black People there's obviously a hell of a lot of condescension and and paternalism and involved in that But..
"biala" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast
"Welcome back everyone in the last segment I spoke about the city I season as a whole broke it down in its entirety, and in this segment, we're GONNA be talking about the MLS is back tournament as it just finished up yesterday with the Portland Timbers. Taking the title and pretty much what I'm going to be talking about just like how the mls up with his tournament mal breakdown, the championship game, some of the Best Games of the tournaments from the best players and the biggest surprises and disappointments of the tournament as well. So let's get started With. The season being suspended just as was starting due to covert the MLS just had to find a way to return and keep its players and staff safe at the same time, and that's where the mls back terminent came in. There were some early scares with both FC Dallas and Nashville SC needing to withdraw with the turn from the tournament due to some positive tests among the club. But thankfully, the MLS have had no positive test since and ended the tournament on a great known. You constantly saw players wearing their masks and being. At least socially distance amongst you know other teams and at least staff members of course, among their own team you know they're obviously doing whatever they wanted. Because at that point, it's like you know if you're going to get it from someone on your own team I mean you should've you should just leave determined but overall I feel like this tournament went off without a hitch aside from obviously those two teams withdrawing and it and the. And, the actual like play in the tournament was very high level. I was very surprised I did not expect that at all from the MLS. So now let's break down the championship game which was very competitive. However, I the Portland Timbers just looked you know much better overall throughout the game they looked. More experienced, which they are 'cause like we all know are maybe some of you don't Orlando City in their believe like twelve or thirteen years of existence have yet to even make the playoffs in b. m. s they've had for all the money that they have put into that club. It's just it's never worked out, but it seems like they're turning things around now because they've they've been the the Cinderella story of this tournament, but they do lose to the Portland Timbers to one and. just to start off both teams looked really solid in the first half with each team putting pressure on the other team's goalkeeper however, Orlando City actually. Dominated possession in the early parts of the game I, believe even like pretty much the whole first half they had at least sixty to sixty five percent of possession an APP, an absolutely ridiculous number however, the first school did come from. The Portland Timbers in the twenty seven th minute with a diving header from Biala. I it was an absolutely. Beautiful Cross from Valeri who's been the best player for the timbers for. How many years now but he he just came through once again with a cross, it was he was almost at half at the halfway line and just delivered a just a beautiful cross that it sold a sword right over the Orlando City defenders and right into the head of Ma Biala. Beautiful and there was no way the goalkeeper was going to stop that now. ORLANDO. City. Did end up answering back twelve minutes later with a tricky run and cross from Noni to Parada in the thirty ninth minute. Ninety. It didn't really look like ninety had a lot of space he he really didn't at all as the. PORTLAND, Timbers defender was all over him, but he had a little stutter step here and they're kind of making the defender. Faulted and giving them just enough room to cross it into the box. It was a ground cross that found eight up perfectly and potato also had a Portland Timbers player on him, and there was a of a there was a bit of a scramble in the box luckily for Orlando. City but it was able to find his balanced and slotted home in the left bottom corner now. In the second half, it looked like the timbers were determined to die before. The first half did end up one one with like I said Orlando City pretty much dominating possession but Portland Timbers we needed any any touches on the ball they just like that's how very talented they were. Going into this tournament, they have had talent from the top to bottom with. Plenty of experience throughout their line up and it definitely showed because in the second half, it looked like the timbers were determined to take this game as they dominated play much more than they did in the first half there were there was no more dominating possession for Orlando City. It was consistent pressure being put on the Orlando city defense by the Portland Timbers and you could see it like they were. They're consistently getting in the attacking. Finding connection by a connection for connection and NONI and the Orlando City defense just never made any big time threats. It was literally all Portland and the were awarded for that aggressiveness with a big scramble in the box that led to a solid finish by soup. In had like this this this ball had like two tips before anybody slotted bright by the Orlando City goalkeeper. But I mean good for them and then they had the they were deserving because they just they had. Completely dominated the second half so it would have been a travesty knock to get at least one goal and Orlando. Did their best to get the equalizing goal but Portland or just super well positioned and disciplined defensively, and that's where the that's where that. Experience. Comes in and it showed. So that is exactly why they came away with that two one victory and be win. In the MLS back tournament. So big props to the Portland Timbers. And that was the championship game. So now let's move on to some of my favorite games of the tournament and without a doubt, I'm going to start it off with the L. AFC versus La Galaxy game ended six two in favor of AFC. Yes it was not A. Competitive game by any means, even though La Galaxy definitely put some pressure on L. EFC early as they scored, the first goal even though is an own-goal by L. AFC. In the fifth minute you know and L. AFC was just they kind of came into this game. You know feeling like they had the upper hand here and they were giving illegality just way too much space and that's why that goal came. Came to fruition. Now, L. AFC did get a questionable penalty in the eleventh minute but regardless of that Diego Rossi scored the first of his four goals on the night.
"biala" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"That you can someone can change the dosage it's astounding what we know about mental health in our culture mental health. So it's such a red headed stepchild. It is so under appreciated misunderstood and so- carted off to the side compared to what we call medicine. And it's something I see because there's a neuropsychologist I have a foot in both worlds. Most of my consultations are doing. Arou- adjusts but part of my examination of patients. My understanding patients as their psychological makeup. And so what's unfortunate? Is I see a tremendous amount of suffering that goes really undiagnosed untreated because again depression in the medical world is like kind of somebody else's problem. I think also I mean I think Moesha's also speaking to this notion of we also have a culture that doesn't believe in processing emotions really or grief so like Oh your father died here take a pill as opposed to what goes on when a parent dies or when you lose someone close to you like there are. There is no resources and especially for underserved populations. No one's getting access to that. So there are a lot of doctors internists and not psychiatrists just throwing pills at everybody and everybody has side effects absolutely and we also have a culture in which if you WanNa get psychotherapy you can get psychotherapy. If you're in that tiny skien of people that have really great insurance and they can pay money for the rich out psychotherapy right. But as you're saying the need for second therapeutic care management increases as you go down the SEC. Exactly as you go down goes disappear as you go down the ladder of being able to afford the treatment. You go up the ladder and needing treatment if you're a clinical psychologist and wanted to open a practice in west. La To get paid. You have to see only people that are in the top ten percent of financial resources. There's just no other way to make the phone. There was somebody out there that was talking about this specific issue. That could somehow lead us to a new reality but unfortunately we're getting Biden. Dr No okay. I asked word. Strongly Pro Biden crowded. It is Super Tuesday and I promise no political stuff. Well I did have. I did have a couple of questions. Are there any other questions from the audience? Any other questions all from we go another way per here. Yes Oh yeah I was just wondering is that a distinct line between like where the brain stops working and the mind takes over or is there a huge overlap between the functioning of brain and mind. It's not well understood. That's that's a great question. Is the question we need as can keep asking so unplug wait. I don't know though. Yes that's questions smart for me to. What's the way was the difference Akita Brain in a mind? Well there's a great old ethno historical joke. What's the difference between brain and mind? What the Brain. The brain will let you know when it finds when the mind finds out. Yup You got it doc. You take this difference between the brain and the mind is fifty bucks an hour. You what he could. Hey you stop. That got a heightened. You gotTA hide. It should have been more money. Here's your brain is an interesting one of my interns. Right now has a degree in philosophy and clinical psychology. And they're an intern rough out there. Seriously vote for Bernie. What the fuck is happening? Okay go ahead. She's insufferable actually. Hopefully she doesn't listen to podcasts. She's a room or she hates fifty year old jokes. I can't stand her but seriously folks take my wife. My intern please. You'RE GONNA leave here with a development deal. I hope you're ready. So the the the mind is is what the brain is creating an in your experience. So your experience your your conscious experience it you being here right in this instant again. Read your own watts. Wisdom of insecurity right. This is it. This is everything you are you looking at me right now. Me Looking at you are being in this moment. It's all we'll ever be. We'll all the stuff that we imagine that we are as an memory traces. Its it's really kind of an illusion and again everything you see and feel as in many respects in allusion but it's a beautiful allusion and it's it's this hovering if you think about the cloud right and he said well where's the cloud will the clouds in ten million servers. All over the world cloud is not in any one place. Your mind is in ten million polarizations every second. Your brain is polarizing constantly in waves that creating your vision. You're hearing your sense of yourself. You're wondering about you know. How long is this program going to ask them? What am I going to go eat after this? That's no one hears wondering that not one person here. They're all loving every moment of this and it's just one of the great questions of reality which is in its so I hope people have an appreciation in a universe still ninety eight percent hydrogen. The fact that you're a living thinking human being is amazing. There's a great line in a terrible movie. Called skills like this. Little Independent Film guys robbing a Bank. And he's laying on the floor and he looks at these people around me. Says what are you also upset about? The fact that you're alive means you've won the lottery a million times over and it's really true and that that's what your mind is. Your mind is an illusion. Okay but it's a wonderful illusion that's emerging from all of these neurons that are holding you together and that making you. A person inserts a wonderful thing to be. Well I guess I don't have to go do Iowa Oscar after all. I just did it. That's our show folks. Thank you very give it up for Dr Phillips? Thank all of our committee. Panelists coca done Mayan Biala. Daniel van Kirk. Thank you very much. We'll see you next month appreciate what's wrong..
Tropical storm warning for weary Bahamas
"Way tropical storm Alberto is taking aim at the hurricane weary northwest Bahamas Biala just Alison chin chart tropical storm warnings are issued for areas of the Bahamas because we do expect as wind gusts forty fifty if not even sixty miles per hour and also read rate is going to be a huge concern with this particular storm as those bands continue to wrap around areas of the Bahamas Umberto is thirty miles from grand Abaco island and is expected to stay well off shore from Florida's east coast I'm in
"biala" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Really good. I shouldn't be surprised like Kaba only brings in heavy hitters a Lister by far. Yeah. I mean, you've never brought anybody even like being list, we'll have greatest hangs with greatness with me. Thank you. On the rub off on. Week as comedians? Guess comedians? Nice. With me. Another one of these tracks some point, and then we'll see what happens to awesome. Yes. Is now you right you, right. All your stuff. Right. Absolutely. Now what's writing process, because I know everybody has their own process. I let people know like how how these leagues in the melodies come like honestly is different. Every time really this, this one in particular right here. This is the only one I didn't produce. Okay. I have eighteen songs told about to come out this this coming year. Nice this one was made by a kid of Miami, Biala, shouts out to him this actually I wrote this three years. Okay. And the way this one was I heard the beat a meeting that was right? And literally just comes to DO gotten the Mike and just went nice. So this is more of a freestyle. Okay. The melody was the first thing sometimes the best though, man. Yeah. Yeah. That's usually my style. Just kind of hook up my goal melody. I write words kind of later. But sometimes I will just write lyrics my phone rate to nothing. That's good though is different. Every see how it comes about. Because I know like hip.
"biala" Discussed on Around the Horn
"One hundred percent bogus. You can't. I know that he has done got into it a little bit earlier in the game. But all he did was what he's been doing. All second half, the season drop a tray on somebody. And then let them know about it. What's that was that taunting? He has technical foul. You're the referee. Why not walk over to him during the time out and say, listen rookie? He do this one more time. I'm gonna throw you out of the game because believe it or not coming trae young play not to see wrestling. And how about this conversation? You guys want to have a few months ago, it's closer between dodgers young. You think rookie, but the point showdown two more inspired sticks. Kevin Biala hitting teammate Anthony potato for the wild. See that or Rangers. Goalie Alexander Georgiev, just throwing get a vegetable shoot up that is not Lille. But maybe it'd be more fun. If it was it decided the game caps win because Frank Lawrence spark stickwork. Oh, come on. It's Kevin Fiala. Burst of look like the matrix. And he's helping out of teammate. If all of us were going out, so veterans skating in on us. That's what we would do. We would throw our stick at him. That's not being that close watch in Georgia when he did this. And I'm thinking to myself, what are you doing just gave away the game for the Rangers eating and gave a point to the capital very much deserving that as they marched awards another Stanley Cup. No cheering in the press box. Kevin blackstone. Guy solo there we go. I want to congratulate Virginia Tech's athlete department and the security staff because Virginia Tech last week beat Duke and the security staff, basically protected the do players Virginia Tech players from fan storm in the court, then I wanna take into this weekend with Nevada playing statements fan, Utah state rush the court players got hit they were upset about it. After the game it caused the big may like you have to protect the players and why not do this. How about we get to the point enough of the court storm someone is gonna get seriously hurt it could happened. Yeah. Rigging that FARC singers for taste that was that was pretty classic last break there. I don't think I've ever sat Adam. Labor folks twenty four hour break..
"biala" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Drive. Why'd you trying to make a play. It's not there you spit it back and regroup and do it again. Disaster. The biggest part of all of this. Don't wanna force it here. Yosi coming out across the line. Then peeling back you'll see left to the center circle carries in you'll see at the blue line. Arvidsson Arvidsson pictures if to shoot now goes after it leaves it outside for Yosi high slot shot deflected out of play after exactly one minute of overtime play. Grandma, just jumped on the ice. I think. Yup. Josie wanted to try to find him at the last second figured that play was just get it on that. Deposition has been big for the press just waiting their time. The Nino here on the face off, he space Oscar huge in overtime. Stall from Minnesota Veneto tried to play it back sooner got into the way and now passes over to his left as Parisi Pearl back to the Minnesota zone. Here's breezy carrying in stall at the right point, affectively skates. Over to his left gremlin watching him trying to stick with him. Flips it over to the left side for Parisi and back out across the line of calms. Ryan suter. Played a minute and a half. Now, the maximum five and a period stall with a blast to the corner. What's it over to the side stolen away from Benigno blowing behind the net? Muscling the puck out Parisi suitor. On the right court passes back to the line. Here's all with a shot. Hold it. Why do the short side rebound out to center? So do not, okay. Mon. And as the wilder the midst of changing their on the ice three odd three. Here's didata was shot that misses the debt. Has it for Nashville? Passed up for echo on the left wing side that comb takes his time. Predators wanna change up. Again. Yarn croak is out for Nashville. And now joined by Philip Forsberg Forsberg carries in Forsberg tried to track the puck around to get a shot. And now the wild commanded is soccer lost control the puck PK's to ban down the right side with the end of the attacking zone. And now carry back out to center Forsberg thought is going to get a pass there. It is sue ban. Coming through the center circle gave it back to Philip Forsberg who curled away from Zuqar. Across now, sue ban on the blue line straight away. A shot deflected off the stick of the goaltender stay locks. Now brought out of the corner and ends up getting passed back in Nashville zone. Kyle Turris calling for the puck for Nashville behind the net dot from Sudan. Yes. And smith. They played three minutes and fifteen seconds of the overtime. To all game here in Saint Paul. Soobhan around kind of flipped ahead now for tourists hers against Biala Smith joins in the back header stopped in front by state law. Now, the rebound economy got an across the Nashville line. Biala goes behind the.
"biala" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Daru along with Gustafsen top of the left circle. Break it. The back of the net. Spins back toward the left corner leaves the puck for caves days, then as they bracket Friday shop it's affected up PK through. Coming up from behind the net, the hoop. That's at the left point says it now low again. Your brick. It was just as often as left. Dirty given now to echo comes out from behind the net comes up the right side is back in feed under a stick. The Chicago is to gear Fiala tried to drop it back for citizens who was attacking the dead. Now. The Blackhawks Dave's right side. Got the puck over Patrick Kane to the right circle. Gusta of what's it for Kane? Back of the net is back in. Out toward the blue line came back from Alice's shot. Stop take rebound off the pads. Shot is blocked off to center and kept away from Biala. Hawks come back up, and they are offside trying to enter the oh. Fast. They're deflected away. We'll take ten seconds here. So that our stations may identify themselves as is the fifth. Third Bank Nashville predators radio now copy counties hometown station for over sixty years under.
"biala" Discussed on Reason Podcast
"And then it says instead we should try to maximize happiness. Tucker says happiness catheters more explicit about about doing something a little more cascaded. Yes. It's much more sophisticated. I think it's interesting that. It from. I mean, especially from Tucker that like all discussion of rights has disappeared entirely inside this happiness category. He says, basically, you know, all all of both government and markets are tools, and that we built them, and we can dismantle them. And normally this is the place, right? There is the place where conservatives say and our rights which come from God, and are sacrosanct are the thing that makes them Erica great because we have all these rights here, and that's gone now. And while I am not a natural rights theorists. While I actually think that talk is generally mumbo jumbo. It is very interesting to me that it is absent life liberty and the pursuit of happiness is the best simple description of what government should attempt to do. It should attempt to secure your person lie. I mean, right. Like, we should we longer longer healthier safer. Lives right through through things. Like the common defense. He's a good thing for government to try to do liberty. The idea that you can make your own destiny and make your own choices. That is a good thing for government to try to secure for people and the pursuit of happiness. Right. That that the the country can be a platform for finding whatever it is you want to find in the world with the idea that the the people who are making the laws, and who are helping to secure the those first two things life and liberty don't know what happiness is they think that you would know better than them. And this is the inverse of this it of that it is it's the exact opposite. And I think it's it's it's dangerous and very worrisome that this is where the right is heading under Donald Trump. And you know, I have had quite a few discussions about. Well, Peter wide you dislike Donald Trump so much and a big part of of my distaste for Donald Trump is that it has been very. Clear to me for the last three years that if the more that Trump takes over the Republican party, the more a huge segments of our politics, basically, the Republican party the conservatism, as we know it ends up moving in this direction and ditching life liberty and the pursuit of happiness as the ideal for what government should do in favor of of a of happiness provision. Nick. Speaking of that end shifting a bit too to Trump's actual policies or utterances that have to do with policy were still in the government shutdown. Right now, you know, praise praise Biala and a part of what the president's of floated I think it was a press conference on Friday was that he might declare nationally urgency to build the border wall on his own including using what he termed as a a military style, eminent domain from from your point of view. Can you can you tease out the tension between Trump's vision of fulfilling Peter Superman's idea of providing for the common defense and the more traditional Republican concern of securing people's rights? How how these things seemed to be in conflict with the way that's a Trump disguise describe what he might do with the wall mad, and I know you are old enough to remember as well when every time Republicans would go batch it crazy when Bill Clinton would send a national Nash. Guardsmen our troops or whatever to help watch over the the Mexican border back when he was super Antea illegal immigrant in the nineteen nineties at now, you have you know, the the Republican president basically threatening to declare a national emergency. He's already in previous tweets, he talked about one of the reasons to bring the troops home from Syria and Afghantistan so that they can literally build the wall on the Mexican border. I am tr-. You know, it's it's hard to be troubled by what Trump says because he says so much so much of it is clearly, you know, just kind of like gas bubbles swamp gas rising up and popping above the surface. But I actually think if he tries to invoke an national emergency in order to, you know, jump start building the wall that that's the that is like a we've gone into full, you know, kind of, you know, potential..
"biala" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Couldn't hold the pot collision. Pick back up rapport wrister goes why do the short side? Nothing nashville. Thirteen sixteen remaining in the third period. Put down toward the quarter to the right side of sorrows. Connect need behind the net. Looks it out. Second. The season. For six minutes. Seconds up three nothing as the flyers. Just add a chance with this rule line inside the shot was pulled wide from the slot. Alice leaves soup and takes over behind the Nashville met. Van looked right. Those left deflected over for Smith. Smith across the flyer line. They got a piece of his shot attempt now behind the net, the jousting, and it comes up the left wing side four. Back to her own across the Nashville line to the right side with it comes across and a big shot. They're stopped by UC. Sarah. Sarah's tremendous stop there on the try by Dale lease. But up to board stopped trying to get to feel a bounce off. His stick Biala goes back to retrieve the puck now off the left boards for echo flips one toward the net. Deflected wide to the short side. From the left board, the past comes over Gaza, spare put it inside the Nashville line echo the toward the blue line where it was held in by her own. Fliers make a change and the predators fans are getting hungry for some dessert. Up the left wing side tipped my myself Mackey just inside the.
"biala" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Get out of here, hit the road. Resentful that's not the fuck is that I was angry that he wasn't tried all I'm into business and I applied all of this guy. No, no, no, no, I totally agree with you. There's no. I don't mean to like that. I mean, like I emotionally here, you one of a cut. So buck Henry's a friend of mine. The prolific screenwriter buck Henry and and you know, acted there too. He told me of time that he was at this party at sunset tower on sunset in Hollywood, and he was a to some industry party and he found himself in front of and this is in the book in front of this extremely famous blonde actress. And he said it became somewhat clear to him that she didn't know who he was. I don't know how that's possible, but still and then he said, and I just blather on. He said it must have been forty five minutes or something. Instead he said, I'm standing on, I'm talking to her because she's so incredibly famous. He said, I'm just having this out of body experience looking down on myself going book. Pool you should together the fucking doing. I mean, people, you know, Google book Henry. I mean, he very specific look like not knowing who Woody Allen is by merit, but you would know is. All the sets all the scripts. He's written too. So you said, you know, it's just there's no way this actress didn't have no idea who book it's very odd, but it studied feeling to him as if she didn't. But he said he's just pissed off at himself for like full twenty four hours after that. He did that to think that's also applied reality impose reality of all add to applied reality because she's so famous. She can't possibly no way him because nobody asked this lady to buck Henry too. You know who buck Henry is that's possible. And she said, I don't. So he just met her when she was a more and then just steamrolls on itself. That's fossil top in the me. Well, we, we ourselves with a with a lot of things. I mean, we walk into a party and yet there's this thing called the five features. A reality by would me on from the seventies this sociological theory is the features of reality. And the first is like, you, you. You decide position and then you everything that happens around you. You know, it has to be supported by you having interaction with other people, and then every all those interactions you spin so that they support your position. So I'll give you an exact and that it's permeable. You know, it could possibly with that. One is true position. When is she is a physician and all us. He holds you professors, you know, please, you know, say run. Yeah, I'm pretty sure I have this. She's a position in order. How about the. The. This is the order you choose a position you, you establish you. You you? Yes, exactly. It's interaction that you, she's gonna look it up and we'll take out you searching for it because I know you know, I'm pretty sure it's like we used to the four Greenwich. You saying that voter would in Meeham are the two Louis Biala Geologist's gist. me five features a reality. I'm pretty sure it's you choose a position. This position is supported by your interactions with other people support a you. You spin all those interactions to support your position. It's permeable. Meaning, you know, you can believe that your husband's not having an affair, even though you're seeing receipts from hotels and promotional, but there's there might be one you keep telling you friends..
"biala" Discussed on Reveal
"It's also really difficult for consumers to get details of lawsuits against doctors. We analyzed federal data and learn the doctor. Salem is among just one percent of physicians nationwide who have made at least four payouts to patients after lawsuits, even harder to confirm confidential settlements between doctors and patients, or when a doctor's previous clients have had experiences like Melissa Pineda. Securities too. Ex exit goes to the doctor. Salem shows us his labs, impatient rooms nearby. When Melissa arrived here that Sunday morning for what she thought would be an exam. She lay on a bed in one of these rooms. We've heard what she experienced there, but remember at that time, Melissa says she didn't know exactly what Dr Salem had done or why we ask the doctor to explain. He says he called Melissa in that day to fix a mistake. The mistake was made initially by my in Biala just she bold view wrong dish pulled the wrong Petri dish someone else's Petri dish, which was genetically normal embryo ready to be discarded and she load the thrust for the pro doctor. Salem says the lab was supposed to get rid of the other couples embryos. Melissa new doctor, Salem had transferred three embryos into her, but she says, she didn't know they belong to someone else. She'd expected an exam when she felt him scraping inside her, she feared that he was trying to clear her womb. Melissa says she most certainly had not given him permission to do that. Dr. Salem insists that's not true l. whatever is lie and I'm very upset but angry. During our interview, he calls and stuff tobacco up consume. I did that too. I hopefully still probably is still there. Good and rose. Can you please? Thank you. Kid Farris is the nurse who was with Melissa when Dr Salem removed the embryos. Good is in charge of the operating room here. This is what everybody loves her. Most you'll ever get your life from Kate with about that Benita case you write about the consent..
"biala" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"All right. Like I mentioned before you gotta you gotta live on the air. You know what I'm saying? Like if your life doesn't stop just because the camera's rolling your boy can't breathe at of his nostrils. Hence the mouth breathing. All right. John Biala our friend in the back one day and there is, are you my friend? I'm good. Can I can I just say how shady must feel like you go to your jitsu tournament? You go look at the bracket blue belt division per bo-bo? Yeah, blue bell, Andrew, and it's and Ruth. She one of the ten best wrestlers ever just not show up take the forfeit which by the way, jitsu is not that big a deal. People do it all the time to call it closing out. All right. We have put the number up. It's always eight, four, four, eight, six, six, two, four, six, eight or for international impoverished listeners. You can use the MMA our at vox media dot com. Right. I got it right yet. They can send their MP threes there. Make them short, make them fast. Get in get out. Yes. How are the calls today? You have you? You told me to begin to show Danny that these calls are just another. Level. Is that right? We had so many calls that like there's a lot of good ones that I that we're not going to be able to feature just because they were so many. And there was also a lot asking about the next year, see fight card. So I try to stay away from those because we'll probably get into those the next show. So Sam, but we did get a a lot of different type of calls just because there was no UFC vent this weekend. So there was no exact theme to talk about. So let's get started. The first one is Conor McGregor course. Hi, this is David from Kitchener Ontario Canada. Question of the heavy. Connor. Do people not remember how have you blocked against Michael Johnson Johnson, take them apart with the stand up on the feet, made it look easy, almost finished him out one point number Gregor's thousand times better than Johnson. So even just in a starch him in one punch right off the bat, I was no one talking about this. We have peer proof of how heavy performs against the striker. Johnson is no McGregor not enough hype of this. I have McGregor winning this easy. Just want your thoughts on why this isn't being more height. Okay. Okay. So before you said, I appreciate the question boy. What a bad question. Well, before we end this, I think this guy's economy Gregor fan, which is fine. They'll probably be..
"biala" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Not was not yet in biala g equivalent would be i would believe in good and evil isis the equivalent not not muslims to people acquaint acquaint muslims with nazi things a lot if muslims were like nazis billions of muslims and why don't i don't quite but i'm just saying can you not be critical of an ideology and separate him oh absolutely i'm not i'm not religious i'm very critical religion as well i am too in here's what i say look i i like taking both sides of all these arguments if i'm around people who are super islamic phobic i will like to take your point of view in anthem around you i wanna take this point of view so just know that this side i would say is if you look at judaism judaism's the oldest right it is five thousand years old at this point and if you look at a significant percentage of the rabbis in israel are eightieths okay and what you've seen are you atheists rabbis you believe in all the traditions you believe in the teachings you don't actually believe there's a god up there that ordained all this okay so that's i dig that i think that was like you've you've kind of taken what you think are the great teachings of it and you don't actually fear a man up in the sky or that you're going to be sent to help okay so imbibe again on the outside of all three of these religions i see that judaism more than any other one has left the literal and become hugely metaphorical it is so metaphorical i'm friends with so many jewish folks here that still will celebrate the holidays they'll do the baby naming but they don't actually they've only kept it metaphorical and then if you look at a lot of mars iras who believe in ethnos date and are not biology that the travesties but let's say we're having this conversation pre nineteen forty five okay because we could get bogged down in that but let's just say that it is pretty much a fact that judaism in the old testament has largely become now metaphorical they they're the least literal interpreters of their tax i think i it's hard for me to say let's pretend it's not.
"biala" Discussed on Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby
"Arkan biala foul the conversation on a talk ruehe so it's very important that you follow logical challenge numbering sometimes abbreviate has l c n or a lima charlie november in your scanner so when you program in your scanner and if he any veal is no less whose podcasts we explain this i'm going to go through it again really quick logical challenge numbering needs to be in the sis the set numbering order and the easiest way to do that is if you have one of those the night dynamic scanners like the unit nbc t fifteen acts or meeting all the version light to to forty six t or something like that you have to uh first me set up the site is going to ask you for the see an ideological challenge number if you don't have a dynamic radio a one that uses dynamic mary allocation you need to make sure that you put the frequency into the correct memory the location of the bank so channel one needs to be in the numerical number one of whatever bank you're going into so if you're scanner has a hundred channels per bank that means in the bank that starts with channel number one hundred or start to channel wanna one need to make sure it's in one a one one or two one a three one of four if you're banks half fifty channels and your next bank start to child 51 logical challenge them for one needs to go into channel 51 or again the first number of the bank okay.
"biala" Discussed on Bookworm
"That i can't read without crying his cold through the slaughter it was written in response to the gaza war of two thousand m fourteen it was written by assume in jerusalem yes and the one explanation i would like to make very quickly is that flesh as word i didn't know his the name for a dark like bullet it's actually a little more like a small handgrenade that's launched from cairo some kind of gun and it when it explodes it be leases tens of thousands of dart's metal darts with wings on them with finns to guide them and they form asserts shape the and they're so the inflict maximum damage on for example a civilian population in this case um so it's this kind of grenade are pomegranate that opens out and then sends his hideous weapons out since many of the new poems by peter her to me to be about piercing different kinds of pearson including the piercing of the census by loveliness this is a particularly brutal pearson this is the poem after the smarter tell me about this a subscript here that says and biala lives a kind of complicated backstory as poem um some of which i wrote about an ah paris review blog you're right i think maybe even during the war but the war started the two thousand fourteen gaza war started wayne or arrest triggered by the kidnapping of three young jews young israelis were settlers and soldiers into sheba students and when they disappeared and was presumed that they were going to be found dead which in fact they were but before they were found a benjamin netanyahu silt prime minister came out before the press and valued in a kind of rage that he would they would get revenge he would take revenge and to drive home his point he quoted a poem which is kind of inconceivable in out imagine an american uh certainly now of the dozen read that american leader quoting poetry at a time like that uh and what he quoted was a poem by climbed document bialokur with the first great modern report turn of the the twentieth century.