22 Burst results for "Blackford"

Microsoft purchases Bethesda Softworks in industry-changing acquisition

MadTrio Podcast

02:55 min | 2 months ago

Microsoft purchases Bethesda Softworks in industry-changing acquisition

"Microsoft has announced a seven point five billion. That's billion with a B. deal to acquire Xeni Max media. The parent company of Bethesda Works and it's many studios. Those studios include Bethesda game. Studios ED software and behind some the biggest video game franchises of all time doom fallout elder scrolls and many more. This is a massive this. Tally. This could potentially make. Elder Scrolls xbox exclusive, which I think would be a very bad idea personally now. Is this really not like a conglomerate move I mean that's kind of what it seems to me is like just. John said, I, mean this kind of shuts down. Any gaming wars ever I've the pick up with. that. Franchise of Video Games. Looking at it right now. So here's some of the Games. They have. It's elder scrolls fallout Wolfenstein doom dishonored and pray pray originally was an xbox exclusive. I don't know what is the last release I have no idea dooms on. BLACKFORD is one of my favorite favorite games that you know not just A. Normal but open world style. Dishonored pretty bad, ass. So I'll be completely honest. I would be really surprised if they close platform D- Any of these games just because Microsoft's Microsoft's not stupid you may however I could see Microsoft making him first party priority basically saying xbox gets at first and then after say six months or so many periods of time. Playstation gets now the biggest question is. big into PC as well. So I'm wondering what they're going to be doing with the PC. Rights of Microsoft is still obviously very big and be they released most of their games PC per true. True. So I, don't think they would lean away from that but they don't need you because they're also looking glamour when it comes to the PC's but but as far as the console wars go I'm thinking that they might. You know I, I don't think they're gonNA make an exclusive at least. Yes. I think that might be something that's sort of a future plan down down the road but not going to outright ban half of the fucking people or more even play playstation from playing arguably the biggest game especially for. Elder Scrolls and the fallout series. aside from Bethesda, you have like maybe ea especially with the as sports and activision are are going to be your. Your other top tier triple AAA title giving studios. I mean, Microsoft essentially took a third of the of the triple AAA title fucking throughout

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With Travel at Historic Low, Investors Buy Billion-Dollar Stake in Expedia

Business Wars Daily

03:49 min | 7 months ago

With Travel at Historic Low, Investors Buy Billion-Dollar Stake in Expedia

"How does a little holiday in the Scottish highlands sound lovely? Even during this lockdown plenty of people thought so and reserve properties for rent on the global travel website booking dot com in fact so many tourists continue to putter about the Scottish countryside that it alarmed the locals like rural residents all over they feared travelers might bring Kobe. Nineteen with them at overwhelmed. Small hospitals and so in Blackford. The areas presumably exasperated member of parliament asked booking dot com to quit offering reservations for the bucolic countryside. Finally last week the giant travel company complied. Now you can't get a reservation at a cottage in the Scottish highlands until may ninth or later at least not on booking dot com so reports the Scottish newspaper the National. So why am I telling you this? Little story well because it offers a small taste of the big problems facing the travel industry like so many other industries. Covert nineteen is upended everyone in the travel business from tiny. Bnb's to the largest players that's especially true of booking dot coms biggest rival expedia travel and its parent company. Expedia group in addition to owning. Its namesake reservation site. Expedia group owns other household. Names including travelocity ORBITZ HOTELS DOT COM B. R. B. O. And home away just to name a few the multibillion dollar travel conglomerate however is far less steady than it had appeared to be back in December it ousted. Ceo REPORTEDLY DUE TO DISAGREEMENTS WITH CHAIRMAN. Buried diller and the board over Corporate Strategy Diller who also runs entertainment giant. I A C took over day to day responsibilities along with board vice-chair Peter Kern in February prior to the couvert nineteen onslaught in the US. The company announced what it called disappointing twenty nineteen earnings. It announced plans to lay off three thousand people or about twelve percent of its workforce at the time diller called the company's Sclerotic in bloated sclerotic by the way means rigid or slow to change. Not exactly a compliment. He planned to streamline the business which he believed had become too large and complex by the end of February. The company had put plans in place to save three hundred to five hundred million expenses annually and then the virus which had already been wreaking havoc globally hit the US hard. The effect on the travel industry is beyond devastating the US Travel Association estimates losses of more than five hundred billion dollars in direct travel spending. That's nine times worse than the impact on the travel industry after nine eleven according to Forbes sadly the travel association predicts more than eight million. Us travel industry workers will have lost their jobs by the end of this month. And if the pandemic is devastating most businesses those with fragile foundations like expedia are scrambling to ensure they'll survive last week. Expedia received a promise of a rescue package to private equity firms Apollo global management and silverlake are buying a stake in the company for one point. Two billion dollars that alone however may not be enough to help it withstand the travel slump. So expedia is also borrowing another two billion dollars to give it more liquidity. The company says along with announcing the deal expedia also named Peter Kern as CEO observers say. Kern who has roots in private equity will be well suited to the moment meaning. He'll be comfortable cutting jobs and expenses. The big question of course is not just who will survive. But who will thrive after the pandemic crisis abates and investment in a travel business? Even at CEO prices could be seen as a positive sign. Long-term read Raymond a partner at Apollo Management said in a statement. Expedient is a world class company with an unparalleled collection of online travel brands. He added that the firm which will take a seat on expedience. Board looks forward to collaborating on expedia growth and innovation

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Canada's Justin Trudeau clings to power.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Canada's Justin Trudeau clings to power.

"Coming out on five minute news Brexit Bill I'm Anthony Davis While alienating energy producing provinces Trudeau one of the world's most prominent progressive politicians struggled with domestic scandals rejected plans to examine the PM's Brexit bill in three days leaving the legislation in limbo the common supported withdrawal agreement bill earlier chip in order to secure an extension with the EU Canadian prime minister spending and increased action on climate change one senior. Liberal noted that many legislators need to serve another two years to meet the six year when he did the same thing this win though was different but trudeau belly mentioned the loss of his majority when he spoke to supporters this morning saying he had two and a half years although the new Democrats Lost Sixteen seats leader Jagmeet Singh is positioned to press for action on priorities such as more social a spokesman for the European Commission said they take note of tonight's result and expect the UK government to inform us about the next steps Mister Johnson told him clear mandate for a progressive agenda and more action to combat global warming Trudeau's liberal image took a blow early in the campaign when photos we now look set to govern with support from the left leaning New Democrats who have twenty four seats minority governments in Canada rarely last more than Justin Trudeau hung onto power after tight election yesterday that so he's government reduced to a minority results that will likely push his agenda to the left and said Mister Johnson was the author of his own misfortune but offered to enter into discussions over a sensible timetable for his deal to go through parliament to the October thirty first brexit deadline after the vote he told the Commons he would pose the legislation until he had spoken to e you leaders rose emerged of him wearing black face in the early nineteen ninety s and in two thousand and one mm-hmm he is not on Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson cold on Mister Johnson to end the brinkmanship and replace it with some statesmen appease he was disappointed that they had voted for delay and that the U K now faced further uncertainty but he said he's policy remains that brexit would go ahead at the end of the but voted against the short timetable lia the PM warned he would seek an election if MP's dismiss the plans and the EU granted an extension month adding one way or another we will leave the e U with this deal to which this house has just given its assent Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn but the SNP leader in Blackford said it was another humiliating defeat for the PM and in peace had spoken with a very clear voice to tell the P minister who has called to elections this year has twice been given the chance by the president to put together a ruling coalition and has twice failed president level shortly after the September seventeen election ended in stalemate Rivlin gave Netanyahu twenty eight days to put together a governing coalition during that clients for a Parliamentary Pension Trudeau visited Montreal subway posing for selfies with commuters this morning an echo of twenty fifteen For the first time in a decade someone other than Benjamin Netanyahu will be asked to form a government in Israel the seventy year old Movin Rivlin will on Wednesday turn to Netanyahu's centrist rival Benny gaunt's leaving Netanyahu even more vulnerable in his fight for political survive period which expires tomorrow. Israel's longest serving prime minister persuaded only fifty five of parliament's one hundred twenty members including his traditional has denied any wrongdoing Ganz also says he wants a liberal government shorthand for one that does not include Netanyahu's religious partners fall right and ultra Orthodox Jewish allies to join his right-wing Lukud party in a government having fallen six seats short of a ruling majority is is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful world

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"blackford" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"blackford" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Boris Johnson's mission is to deliver Brexit by the end of October which he says will make the U._K.. The greatest place on earth that is one of several lofty promises the new British Prime Minister made today in the House of Commons on his first full day on the job he was voted leader of the Conservative Party earlier this week in Blackford does not share Mister Johnson's optimism regarding brexit and he certainly doesn't feel positive about Mister Johnson. Here's some of what the Scottish N._p._R.. Said in parliament today thank you Mr Speaking and of course I should welcome the prime minister takes place the last Prime Minister of the United speak often said the prime medicine lives in parallel universe. My goodness not speed proven beyond any.

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Ian Blackford says Boris Johnson has made a career out of lying

Overnight re-air of day's programming

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Ian Blackford says Boris Johnson has made a career out of lying

"It was another rowdy session in the house of commons with ian blackford head of the scottish national party accusing one of the candidates to replace prime minister theresa may of making a career out of lying more sharp words aimed at boris johnson who is vying with foreign minister jeremy hunt to take over the tories and serve as the next prime minister here's how that unfolded during question time with outgoing prime minister may mr speaker do or die come hold me those are the words of the prime minister's likely successor the truth behind the brexit chaos and a tony puck is encompassed in those The Tony dream is to try to the UP and union. Noma. The nicole. Before you to office. Pledge to never vote for a success willington pool with devastating new deal. Wretched on all of us. Yes again, but he's due to questions about five phones. Minnesota. Yes. Again, by Minnesota voted three times in this house. The European Union. The home of the. He voted effectively. My goodness. It's no wonder she's leaving was no answer to the question. The pipe Minnesota showing. The one. asking people to face and the most incompetent phone sixty and essentially eight who has maybe of lying who has spent his week avoiding the media staging unclean delusion We the most. Privatizing. Clearly. Someone's different chance. Gentlemen's concluded his inquiry. Well. If he has not needs to do so in a single sentence. Mr cow. I'm Joe your a well intentioned. But I require. Comes from you one sentence. To get through a sentence. Well then. This. This is speak of last season, office most, she finally in the best of these islands, not the conservative party that neither of the candidates for office, should ever, be elected prime minister. gentlemen either of the candidates for this high office do a better job at anybody sitting on any him there you have it from the house of commons in london earlier today we carried it live on c. span two rears sunday evenings when they're in session at nine o'clock eastern time on c. span television and here on c. span

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"blackford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"blackford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joining us on our debut edition of Bloomberg intelligence, and we're going to continue our in depth, look at Uber. So with us is many things in your tech analyst for Bloomberg intelligence. We're also pleased to welcome James Blackford and energy policy analyst for Bloomberg intelligence. So my vision for this was talk about Uber is a company, but then also Uber as in this ride sharing economy in that kind of world is regulation for Uber. Regulation for lift across the world at the same pace as we're seeing actual company grow James, what do you think? Well, I think has in many other instances in new technology. The the regulatory environment is always chasing a bit. We've seen cities really respond off to the fact in general and say that will be a big question, of course, a whole host of areas. Right. What will the impacts our mass transit, whether although the safety issues are potentially implications when it comes to you mentioned electric vehicles and emissions and things. Like that as well. It will part of a big regulatory landscape intentionally fair point. This is how it ties into the conversation is that in fifteen years or twenty years whenever you think the turns going to happen. We were going to basically be a lot easier eighties. Right. Is that where we're headed? I think so with Uber. The good thing is they have the network now. So they can use that network to deploy any kind of equal, and that's fair the data that they have collected over five billion. Plus rise is going to be very helpful the network of drivers they have the network of writers they have. So that's all you need is a fleet of equals, and it could be an autonomous fleet. It could be it could be a hybrid, and they should be able to deploy. And that's fair. I think their motives, well, I I'm just not buying this whole Thomas vehicle things. So, but James think about it from a regulatory perspective policy perspective, how are some governments around the world kind of thinking about autonomous vehicles because we hear so much about it from the tesla of the world from the traditional. Auto companies, and just you know, it seems like it's it's a trend that is clearly gained momentum. Yeah. It's it's very new. So there are a host of different pilot testing going on across a hostess states and in different cities as well. In some cases, you know, Uber and other companies are strongly involved in that. At the moment. I think that's still gathering the information. They need there are still competing technologies involved in the autonomous vehicles space. So I think it's going to continue to develop I am just thinking about my local DMV, and if they have to now think about and deal with autonomous vehicles. I'm just not sure now for one hundred percent imagine the big one in Brooklyn that I go to get it. But I guess the question for me becomes when you're investing in Uber. Like lift Wendy, do you need to look at this. Do you need to look at a regulatory overhang of a big backlash against big tech companies. Like is this kind of comforting guys? So I look at any new tech company, even look at Amazon, you know, they had issues there. They were you know, under the scanner in terms of how they were treating the employees at their houses. So this happens, you know, time in a gain. They're the regulatory landscape is in very clear for a new company that's kind of disrupting an existing industry in this case transportation, and you're going to see regulations evolved. So that's a given. I think Uber should be able to work with the regulators that has been the approach of this CEO DARA his been trying to work with the regulators. Unlike the previous CEO and at Travis who really wasn't that regulator friendly. So you're going to see them, you know, work with the regulators over time to figure out what's the best fatal comply. With all the regulations on the Thomas side, or you know, just how they treat the drivers and stuff like that. We're talking all things Uber here with Mandy seeing senior tech analyst at Bloomberg intelligence. Also, speaking Matisse Blackford energy, pow Seattle's for Bloomberg intelligence James just wondering when we think about the electric vehicle market. Those government incentives were such a big part for spurning sales sense of kind of how that worked. And and is that something that is going to be a long term issue for this industry support issue? Yes. The the most prominent one is the seventy five hundred dollar federal tax credit that that has undoubtedly helped spur some sales. But that said sales remain at a pretty relatively low level just about two percent. There are discussions in congress about extending and expanding that credit at a slightly lower level, potentially. That's still a bit up in the air. I think that's some support for it. But there's also going to be plenty of position. Well, what I find interesting is that. When it comes to say, even av charging stations, for example. There's no like global charging station mandate. Like, there's no set rules where all the charging stations are going to be the same which makes it easier for carmakers to adapt. Is it the same thing when it comes to just overall a battery even eighty? Yeah. I think that's that's right. I mean, there's just so many players in this space, and especially when it comes to av. But also as well. Things are still in a way early and each company wants to do things that way, they have different battery chemistries, they have different charging plugs. And so on. Some some of that is beginning to change. And you're seeing groups trying focus on standardisation to to make such a transition more seamless for drivers for fleets. And so on so many deep one thinks when I compare Uber to lift I noticed that lift is really kind of a pure play North American ridesharing company. But I take a look at the Uber perspective. I see a global and be it's in lots of other businesses. Do you think investors are going to pay much attention to those other businesses for them? Absolutely. When I look at, you know, Uber's term potential. It's really is an adding, you know, all these services that are tied to transportation. And that's what makes such an attractive company, you know, just from a destruction perspective because it's not about that niche ridesharing segment in one particular region. It's bound globally. How a rider behavior is changing. How people are finding fight apartheid. Word through, you know, this fight sharing platform, and that's where they're able to show the scale so Hoover is now the largest food delivery vendor. If you think about it, they started overeats back in two thousand fifteen so within a span of three years. They're the largest food delivery vendor surpassed all the smaller players, and that just goes to show the potential of having a network with, you know, this huge writer and driver base, and they can literally at any other service within transportation, and and it becomes very easy for them to scale. So I think investors would value that you think investors can like Uber lift at the same time. I don't think so specially because even though lift has, you know, a focus on this North America region, which has higher SP's if you think about you know, costs provide of gross bookings provide gross bookings is much higher in the North America region. From that perspective lift is operating an attractive market for ridesharing globally. Thanks take analysts for Bloomberg intelligence and James Blackford and energy policy analyst for Bloomberg intelligence coming up on the program are focused on IPO's is just beginning up next. We look at what's ahead for beyond me which had the best debut for US listing.

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Why Howler Monkeys Are Changing Color

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Why Howler Monkeys Are Changing Color

"Is there something different about you? Is that a new off it no way? You got a haircut right close. I got my hair died yesterday done really swollen. It was always blonde dowry. It's this tiny bit lighter. Now new it couldn't have been anything dramatic like what's happening to Costa Rican black metal hutler monkeys getting their furred. I'd know, but it is changing colors. Researchers started noticing distinct yellow patches on these mostly Blackford monkeys. So the analyzed there for usually the hair contains type of melanin pigment that controls hair and skin cells called you Millan, which is black gray or Brown. But in a yellow for the scientists found a melanin type called feel melanin which contains offer and is red orange or yellow the monkeys already have some blonde Brown hair on their flanks, which might be why they're more susceptible to this color. Change Retz, causing the pigments change from one type to another thing. It's a result of the monkeys ingesting Sofer and Costa Rico farms are often sprayed with sulfur containing pesticides from small planes, and some of the pesticide lands on trees that the monkeys eat once the monkeys buys the sulfur mixes with the melanin structures in their hair and changes composition, creating a different color. It's a problem because a lighter coat makes them monkeys easier to spot for penetrators Jaguars. And the problem is growing scientists as even seen some monkeys with completely yellow coats. It puts a bad hair day until whole new perspective. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. Their thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Cassandra her dime. Dongo's?

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"blackford" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What Julie one of the finest songwriters of generation and eight Blackford an incredible chamber group lose toured the world on his playing for their hometown. Now. Thanks for listening. You can be here. Well, I should say, let's invite you here. I'm not sure what your schedule is live from here though will air tonight at six tomorrow morning at eleven. Hey, Jack up run. I'm Robert krulwich radio lab today were telling the story of Alex. Hey, the first ever female gondolier someone who seemingly broke through this nine hundred year old gender barrier and made headlines all over the world along the way except turns out Alex is in a woman after who knows how many articles about Alex. This is the first time that he's telling his story to the public. And so we should probably stop for a second and talk about pronouns because this is really important for many transgender people in moments when Alex was publicly understood as a woman and was getting international press for we've decided with Alex's permission to only use his name or his title of first female gondolier, while some of the people interviewed for this story were unaware the Alex is transgender and do use female pronouns or do refer to him as a woman. We when we're talking about him. We will only use male pronouns. So after that dinner we made plans for the next day. On his motorboat. And he would just take us to a quiet spot. And we would talk.

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"blackford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Extensive coverage throughout daybreak this morning. Federal investigators will look into the crash that killed three children at a school bus. Stop in northern Indiana. The National Transportation Safety board is sending a team to Fulton County near Rochester, the driver Twenty-four-year-old Elissa shepherd faces three charges of reckless homicide and a misdemeanor for passing a school bus stop with stop arm extended. Visit from the president means Perry township schools will dismiss early Friday. The district has released its plan to handle the event at Southport high school students at tier one schools get out at twelve thirty tier two schools. Dismiss at one thirty three students are released at two thirty. We're following a developing story out of Hartford city, a Blackford high school student has been taken into custody accused of bringing a gun to school. The issue prompted a campus lockdown yesterday after. Noon uses. Julia dang is here with the latest. Julia drew classes are resuming at normal time this morning at Blackford high the five hundred and fifty students there will be able to talk to counselors if they wish in the district tells us they had additional personnel. Helping out today in light of what happened just after two pm? They found out as student had a gun at school superintendent says Blackford high was immediately put on lockdown at recalled. They found the weapon and took a student into custody about five minutes later, but the lockdown continued the district posted about it on Facebook prompting hundreds of shares and questions from fearful parents students were held back for nearly an hour. So authorities could check every backpack. It is statement from the district the police chief and the sheriff they confirmed nobody was hurt in connection with the gun threat. And unrelated student injury happened in their tech lab around the same time this morning. It is unclear if the minor taken into custody will be charged. In addition. We are working to confirm if the district will take any kind of disciplinary.

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"blackford" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

Unproductive & Unapologetic

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

"Make a documentary called shut up and drew utilize bullshit and and speak truth man and and point out the foolishness. And another thing I like about Ron, he's putting his money way as mouthy there the fact. But you also understand that every player in the NBA don't have the money LeBron they don't push out to LeBron James. No, that's actually they do. But what is when we say that when wave said, what? If all the NFL players just stay, they don't wanna play, then won't pay no move. You got under stand with the league. Minimum is is more than what I make. That's cool. And people making a lifetime. No wait the mea league minimums to fifty two hundred and fifty thousand. Look it up right now. One of the fifty thousand. So if I'm working over two hundred and fifty thousand and I'm working, we work. I'm not gonna say everybody. I'm gonna say me. I work check for ten, right? So if I worked check check y'all like 'cause he made fifty million. So his one check is like one point fat, but you can still support them by how saying, I'm not playing a hotel need to be playing well. And here's the thing. So it's hard to support people when you know what you coming from. Absolutely, right. But another thing too, let's be honest. A lot of these ball players could be nice if they spend money on stupid shit. If I could go is I like to take it all the athletes entertainers. What they do, what they money, what they do. Okay. Cool. I just like to bring it back to everyday folks. Look just God damn it Just just. take some money out your wallet, buy something from black business, even by from white people, you whole lives. Could you give the white man? All you got money by t-shirt, found a black businesses by something damn. We hope aged. Equipped. Oh, so let's say I go to a black owned business. I wanna follow what you say. Okay. No, what this week scarce. It actually spend money on there. They got. They give me horrible service. Don't about it. Go find another one. Okay. The I got one. You could tell it could be like a brother. Y'all been not Right? right. Yeah, You I gotta got to do. do things better, give. Maybe I'll come back. I got work for you. Scott. Go now understand why we should spend money in, you know, in all these white owned business because none of that money circulates back to our community. Now, let me clarify. I didn't say you shouldn't. 'cause I understand. Right, right, right. No doubt. No, you gotta do what you gotta do you definitely have to go to wall. We'll black business, please do. Yes, but, but to your point, a lot of black business, I'll go support. Black businesses are Blackman is is going to do something in the community. Exactly. That's. Because a lot of these for profit facts for them. Even would I have on now with Maliki which he does a lot with eat, elevate all the time. I support him. He definitely do a lot for the community even with schools what I'm saying. So I feel like he don't positive. So why not support him? Right. He's a questions. You have a fall lineup fog in the website. The website, the website is our home is a home. It's dot com. I'll send it to you, please do. I'm not. I'm not. I'm not. I'm just I'm just saying we talk about heaven black business to better the community, but I'm just asking that businesses back. What I'm saying? Everything. Why not support him? I'm sure there's others out there that do, and I'm sure there's a lot they don't. That's true. That's all I'm saying. You know what? Even if they don't do you know. Block parties, cookouts, or, you know, give back to the church, whatever. If it's a small black business, if they if they employed but black people, if you shop the Mexican community because in a black family, there's There's a Blackford. black person payday rent. I say the same thing and not to let them off the hook..

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"blackford" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A point would you like to describe what? Just happened I can't. Believe it I can't. Believe it we've been looking all day for these things and all of a sudden they pop up right in the yellow headed Blackbird and we got pretty good pictures of. Them too, I mean I'm surprised we just braved some of the areas in. North America wouldn't you say the bugs were as dense as? They were they were, in fact. Pea soup, in fact Watson was following us for, a? While, really yes But I'm. Hoping I'm hoping the yellow headed Blackbird will? Call again so that. Will be able to. Record that get that this podcast but we are probably only what twenty feet from right now I see him bouncing around in this tree yeah I might just throw this. Recorder down, to the ground in a minute to get some more pictures white. Oh yeah yeah that would be pleasant for our listeners anyway? But this is about the last. Place I, expected to see him until you hear. That? Gentleman They're. Right, there. There's, another one up in the tree is there. Is it close to us on the other side of the tree so you can't see you But that's amazing because here we were in the, swap looking for him right where they should be. And I guess there is a cattail swamp this. Pass this if we were. To take another couple of feet we'd be up to our waist. In, pound water. I know this. Is really getting dangerous right here I'm getting a, little concerned I'm starting to feel sort of a sucking action under? My feet oh that's NAFTA Then the Snakes I don't know one from. Trees here I don't know what. Mad instinct let us here except we did see a form of. The, goddess yes. We did and I think the Gaza. Signed yet That ladies and gentleman that is our yellow headed Blackford friend. And, I'm hoping. That comes out in the open again I can see it maybe we can have a few words. With it yes that'd be an interview great. Interview. Now let's talk about some of the other birds that we, saw I have a surprise observation about all that okay You know I've. Gone birdie with you a number of times with. Some, success but I think. As.

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"blackford" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Whatever else ones view of this particular plan my friend has been talking about urge not to accept any single recommendations from the leader opposite has nobody else in his party does then however a to answer this particular question as she lays his plan in front of the european union commission and proceeds on the goshi asians could she told me whether she believes that there will be any concessions offered them or none i say to my friend this is the plan that we believe is going to deliver on brexit for the british people but do so in a way that gives us a smooth and orderly brexit and ensures that we can actually do all the things that we want to do in terms of trade policies around the rest of the world and the commitments we've made to northern ireland when white paper is published on thursday my right honorable friend will see that there are a number of areas such as in participation in certain agencies where we're proposing a way forward and of course that will need to be negotiations on that way forward but this is the plan that i believe those delivers on brexit for the british people but just in a way that protects jobs and makes sure that we have a smooth and orderly brexit in blackford thank you mr speaker the prime minister for copy of her statement and can i share with remarks and she's made don's top just and she knows the commitment that we have on this side of the chamber when it's important mashed up national security i should start by congratulating department copy cabinet secretary leading the eu for the whole forever's that he spent negotiating in brussels during his time and wish all the luck in his world to his replacement he's going to need it and then there's the departing foreign secretary mr speaker he should not have been allowed to resign he should have been site for being a national mr speaker the prime minister's proposals best resent represent is talking points cherry picking starting point it is hard to believe that it's taken the prime minister two years to put together a proposal two years to put together a proposal to dis for cabinet to phone apart that is i believe i mean jonah t in the house of commons for staying in the single market and the customs union well the prime minister work with the rest of us to make sure that we can deliver on staying in the customs customs union under single market to deliver what is in the best interest of all people who she stopped kotani terror heartbreaker tears who are prepared economic self harm and the loss of jobs who she recognized that she has to take on extreme vixen tears on work in the national interest of all the nations because the prime minister's proposal facilities did customs arrangement has been called by one senior official as the fudge of the century soviet union negotiators has been to see if the proposals are workable unrealistic mr speaker i wouldn't hold my breath the prime minister has again today and her telegraph piece looted the uk government prepares to prepare for you mr speaker that is simply outrageous to putin the economy and jobs and such panel is a complete failure of leadership mr speaker absolute crisis which is engulfed to conserve the party over the last seventeen hours as a national embarrassment as the yuki and she's closer to the cliff edge scenario we see government in keillor's prime minister struggling talita party never mind her government uncertain resignation since the elections a goal the prime minister must see sense an accent the mounting evidence against a hard brexit reach my opposition parties the business community and the devolved administrations both she worked with the rest of us customs union and a single market to protect jobs and ensure prosperity british prime minister theresa may on brexit in cabinet resignations gentlemen commented on the preparations for no deal it is entirely right and proper but this government to make preparations for every eventuality because we all getting into a negotiation and it is right that we step up preparations for no deal to ensure that we are able to deal with whatever comes out at the end of these negotiations but the key question which gentleman asked and he asked it twice with would i work with people across this house to stay in the single market and in the customs union the answer is an absolute unequivocal no we leaving a single market and we all leaving the customs union so william cash.

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"blackford" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Fun song penny lane kind of sad i despise hey jude never liked it can't stand bush me through it i'm with you on that i don't like all i love blackford that's valid i was so surprised that they put that in carpool karaoke because you think about the catalogue of the beatles songs saying but blackford is gorgeous and coordin knows all the words to very easily fits into this thing so that's good bought a fun if you haven't seen the mccartney carpool karaoke you ought to check it out gordon's at his best okay let's see what else have we got here all right the worms added you haven't heard bieber has asked haley baldwin stevens daughter to marry him and one of the first things that's been tweeted pictures of the diamond ring used sporting now the diamond engagement ring some refer to it as a sparkler sparkles that's a pretty easy one i'll k bag victoria all right so stephen baldwin who doesn't have any money is happy to have bieber and maybe family pretty transparent anyway making his life by better better for his daughter i don't know who gets married at twenty four and twenty one foolishness you're goes that's i good thing i think i've said about the worm for a long.

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"blackford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Record levels of employment but the leader of the snp at westminster in blackford complained that the government was ignoring business government speaker has completely failed to lessen to business has insulted the business community unlisted companies in the dark prime minister till the hose hundred ninety six thousand car manufacturing jobs are disposable the prime minister said the government had been listening to business throughout the brexit negotiations if he wants to listen to this his though he should listen to scottish business because then s h is very clear stay in the united kingdom liberal democrat leaders vince cable said they'd been about one hundred thousand people in central london on saturday calling for a referendum on the final brexit deal but he'd missed some familiar faces i didn't see the prime minister amongst many conservatives in the crowd and the vr position was in the middle east avoiding the menu labor supporters at that jeremy corbyn turned around to stare at the lithium leader civi suggested if the prime minister was confident of getting a good deal she should ask the public to endorse it theresa may said in the past the liberal democrats had been in favor of an inaccurate ferenda on the eu we gave the people of choice they have voted and we will deliver on the appetite for poking fun at the foreign secretary had not been satisfied labor mp mary cray wanted to congratulate boris johnson for expressing so pistilli what's her heartbreak it will do to british jobs and british business once again to resume didn't mention the foreign secretary she said she wanted to deal that would be good for the uk business citizens and jobs now boris johnson wasn't the only prominent conservative who was talked about yesterday jeremy corbyn criticized jacob reesmogg all noblemen for northeast somerset for example is relocating his hedge fund to the euro zone later mr reesmogg raised a point of order to complain that what mr coburn had said was false in all respects and i wondered if you might like state is still in the trailer to set the record straight rather otherwise of headline news or perhaps guilty of terminological inexactitude jeremy corbyn didn't react but the speaker john berko positively bellowed with delight terminological inexactitude is of unfailing interest to the honourable gentlemen who appreciates the historical significance of the term that he's just used and just in case you didn't know the phrase was first used in the house of commons in one thousand nine hundred six by one winston churchill sean reporting that you can hear more on yesterday at harper's dates on digital and life it is now twelve minutes to seven that means it's time for all puzzle and it has been set by hugh hunter trinity college cambridge and here it is john martha following various sports this summer and the having a rolling race with various bulls on a gently sloping table john has a ping pong ball the cricket ball in tenpin bowling bowl martha football a billiard ball and an ice hockey puck they learn up all six at the top of the slope and let them roll down to the bottom which one gets to the bottom fastest you sound puzzled i am that's the point it is guessing the bowling bowl twelve minutes to seven mexicans goes to the polls this sunday diversion what's described as the country's biggest election voters choose a new president new palmerston hundreds of local and state representatives this is the mexicans are grappling with the slow economy corruption scandals persistent inequality and a record level of violence the bbc's shaima khelil has been traveling around makes good you find out how all of that is shaping the public debate ask anyone here in the neighborhood up to pto and they'll tell you they want to see change this is one of the poorest and most dangerous areas in mexico city there's heavy police presence just outside the main market here strong smell of rubbish and open sewage or then told we cannot go any further we have to wait for four hey sarah his family has lived here for generations and he's agreed to take us inside shape ramon rookie fortunately things are not going well here in the pto these gang is called the union is uncontrollable to be honest i don't want much fray that people my heroes talking about them and they might come and get us your son was killed here in detail can you tell me more about that.

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"blackford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Very sadly mr speaker it's not the government if the government's fullback position is to stick with the status quo jeremy corbyn wondered whether the brexit timetable wasn't really still on course can the prime minister to confirm that's it remains her plan to leave the european union in march two thousand nineteen and complete the transition but assemble twenty twenty mr jeremy corbyn and peace would be shock on in the communists don't usually come that short and sharp the triple was jeremy corbyn didn't believe it the government's white paper is delayed its customs proposals have been canceled ripped up its own timetable just like our shambolic privatized railway theresa may shook her head pityingly labor voted for a referendum face voted to trickle article v eight and since then they have tried to frustrate the brexit well next week the commons votes some changes made by the lords to the e u withdrawal bill including on trade and customs and possibility of the uk staying in the european economic area the snp's westminster leader in blackford salt that might just stave off the doomsday scenario supermarkets running out to food within days tools to medicine within a fortnight woodley just two weeks these are the concerns of youth government officials.

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"blackford" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Think the last time we talked to i think the democratic base it it was almost like you know the football team that gets up three scores in the second quarter and starts playing a little bit of prevent defense and and you know fans go out to the concourse to get a hotdog and have an extra beer and hang around i just don't know that the level of enthusiasm and the hashtag resistance was sustainable for you know eight nine ten months or even longer potentially so i do think that there was down to be sort of a natural low i think the economy continued to improve i think you know what you saw obviously were republicans beginning to rally a little bit in the base around the president and around tax reform and certainly i think also just in defense of the party as have been you know sustained attacks you know on the president would special counsel everything else the russian investigation so all of which is to say that you know and you've got like gas prices are starting to creep up and democrats are going to be looking for the holes that they can punch me economic record so i just i don't know if there's anything concrete or tangible enough that we can really wrap our arms around enough yet to say that you know this i would love to see you guys at politico dot com and politico mag dot com sit around and talk about whether or not one minute the media is taking off enough people because of their constant unrelenting distortion like they attacked diane blackford complete made up story they are so negative about trump all the time.

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"blackford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Eight hundred and thirty degrees fahrenheit in twenty feet just as it just as hits the very very face jason d eight and by the time it hits the fourth stage the air is without fuel without burning it's up to twelve hundred degrees and it's about thirty two hundred grease in the middle of the after burner it's the way they designed this airplane with with slide rules and and guys who just knew what airplane would do whatever we do at at certain speeds and altitudes those guys don't i don't think those guys exists today kelly kelly was a he was the einstein thomas edison leonardo davinci of aviation he had no had no he has no peer anybody out there that had a super team a computer that was between his ears he just knew how to make airplanes fly you know that kind of speed and that altitude of course anything that goes wrong is pretty serious your book you have i think i read that you had something like thirty thousand photos of the blackbirds that and a lot of them are ones that you have taken yourself or ones that you pride out of the government either through leaks or foia or whatever but some of those photos are are disturbing in that they show these things crashed on occasion or blew up burned up it was deadly because because it was a classified program the accidents to the blackford program where we kept pretty much under wraps they built fifty man blackbirds and out of that fifty they crashed twenty of them three of them where to real entire failure and take off do where pitch ups one was over thailand they just refilled with the tanker they the the something something went wrong the airplane pitched up winning diverted the only way to recovery time out the crew was recovered in a in a small village in thailand got it to a place where there was a phone they call collect do the command post dina and the kind of their hand and says she's supposed to be eighty thousand feet of a hawaii right now nope we are but we're not there so and in nineteen sixty seven they lost three airplanes in ten dates none of them none of them.

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"blackford" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Why like guys he's such a he's such a scumbag throughout this whole thing he's like oh yeah no now good everything is great like with the blackfish in love josh with roslin fray that confuse love for a pretty face as wilder frei would say the blackford says like my nephew the fool and catlin's like oh come on be nice it's like i love him he's my nephew but he is a fool and i think since he is not my nephew i will just say at myrtle e is a fool not let him okay well we see after the wedding we check back in and we have the big reception going on and we get the story of how lord bolton met his wife where he was promised a her waiting silver france so he picked to the heaviest bride from walter frei yes so that's already like a clue that things are not going well with roose bolton that he is he is looped into the phrase he is connected to these people but yeah he could he could choose any one of walder's daughters and he would get their weight and silver as dowry and he says so i chose the thought just one catlin is like mortified it's like i hope i hope she's making you very happy is like made me very rich yeah you're you're you are also a scumbag yeah we see the blackfish is going to step out to go to the bathroom that was good timing rate timing only everybody else had like the timing that the blackfish ad he adds a relieve his bladder on a tree so i guess as to what's going to happen with the blackfish but he's certainly not in the room for the slaughter so rob sees cat talking to roost bolton and he says this elissa i better go rescue her and this is like no she's fine she doesn't need any rescuing doesn't need any rescuing there's some talk about about talloussa not enjoying she clearly is not a fan of the bedding ceremony that's about to happen.

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"blackford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"First response to people is a military response isn't always the case blackford were invested the problem with investigation in black from the problem with the un which people also talk about is that none of these things are really open are there because the russians are in charge we hear this morning they're pretty much in charge in the ground the syrian army's back in control in duma there isn't going to be an investigation that gets us anywhere and in the light of that what can we do has to be complete according to any chemical weapons attack and of course actually has has to be taken but it's a question of what would be the legitimate to move forward we need to think about sanctions against the responsible we need to think of what can be done bit breaking the supply chain that would stop the production of chemical weapons in syria i think what are the difficulties here is what will be the end of the military action that maybe being proposed what is the objective for seeking to chief here we must stand together against the chemical weapons attack has taken place but it's making sure we can build a consensus in this this country is making sure that the action that we take can be effective against who was responsible for the convinced at the moment that what is being proposed is is the right way forward lindsey jammed as well thanks very much it's a quarter to nine now it is wrong to trump around the countryside picking wildflowers that's what we've always being told the obvious reasons men no we're being told we should pick them under certain circumstances and that advice is coming from no less a body then plows light conservation charity veterans say well marian spain is the chief executive plant life and she's on the line so is pete barra from the national beekeeping center for whales and and just to be clear about this miss bain you you are talking about children being allowed to pick flowers in certain cases we're talking about every boat every getting back in touch with nature learning more about their wildflowers and finding out about the.

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"blackford" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Kickout mother fucker extra in hotel rwanda all films that you're not in any of them blood diamond star hotel rwanda they you from africa come on man takes back to lessons learnt how to act bitch hey see next time we're on the road you're gonna open for me again forever my opener michael blacks little bitch suckle so that's one of the beefs there michael blackson of course responded with his own roast going this dig your talking about even offering and what is that if you've been to black movies imprinted the white guy that mehanna had a blackford blog brought by the movie credit dollar block friend what would you whine about you just by breitbart this they got the earth's out kick kick in color you wanted your setup we read your fist missing through peach are never opened up when you there's another black man he won't be blessed to that onto folk nothing doc selling for q out out i don't know how to respond to any of this joe between them i guess he did respond back now he had his wife with him and it was him basically giving his response to the rant that michael blackson did this is on facebook thing kister white guy stuff right there he kisses say that n word back to you dare i gotta say back for me i got down shit my glass in your pump death guy how blacks nick talking to.

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"blackford" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The why that song people ask me when they watch room shades like how do you stay so call when you're talking to like white supremacists sir richard spencer that's literally the sound it's in my head that's what it's i'm like itself beef be my wife noses to be true that that's really how i am how i am like the outer shell is what's like he'll talk but insider mike very forever tendency is about are you balance of like you're you're totally giving you know yourself permission to have at crazy delegates inside it's a it's it's it's it's it's madness but in that i sort of channel that through these other shall of like whom you talking about which brooms it's interesting yeah we use your constant blackford giving richard spencer did hear me the head of black i didn't i didn't accept the flak i returned the flock to sender have what did you say about you know complaints that he was getting a platform through your show i think bill athey platform a normalize were to words that were over used in the first days of the uh president trump white house people fighting time they saw trump on tv where normalizing him what is the president he eight and we have to put the president on tv uh i think there's not that i criticise i do think there's ways we do normalize it at these dangerous but the platform thing was i felt it was for people who had and watch the whole episode if you saw the commercial maybe you thought i gave him a platform but the episode was about immigrants and refugees in most the observers by emirates and refugees me saying i think this our country should support enriched refugees and allow more in richard spencer was the other side.

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"blackford" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"blackford" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Watch northbound settle expressway near blackford street got an accident with several lanes blocked fewer staff solid backbone behind that and back on the eastbound would all rogers as well southbound i 5 the in the construction you're heavy denton indika rents will be the ap forecaster wfaa tv meteorologist calling coyle hit the nice nice we kick off the weekend friday night sixty three degrees mostly clear skies pool uncomfortable four tomorrow back into the upper 80s more sunshine poor your saturday and we'll do it all over again on sunday sunny skies eighty nine degrees to round out the weekend by next week we warmer just a little bit we'll be back into the nineties but we stay rainfree with lots of sunshine for nor text that mostly clear seventy eight degrees the dow airport this news brought to you by klay coolly auto group hurricane erma trains its sights on florida and officials are warning more than five million people the time is running out to evacuate ahead the the deadly hurricane as it follows a pathak could take it from one end of the state to the other as roman nears homeless people in miami have a choice shelters or hospitals officials have begun taking dozens of the city's homeless some against their will to shelters erma has led to long lines at gas stations across the state of florida some people wanted waited half an hour the gas station you're disney world summit come from areas that were evacuated the people who live in orlando say they were filling up to two thousand at all so i have guests and all of the people of faith looking others no gathers no gas though i just want make for them all at target this morning at sandbags and pregnant gas now horta governor rick scott has ordered police escort to help tanker trucks get state get two stations with more fuel and president donald trump assigned a fifteen point three billion dollar disaster aid package in the aftermath of hurricane harvey the bill also extends america's borrowing authority and funds the government through december eighth mr trump signed the bill shortly after arriving at camp david for the weekend again the low tonight sixty four degrees at his seventy eight that eight thirty two this news also brought to you by kubota the chris rock program continues next from the wbap newsroom i'm eric bushmen right.

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