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Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

The Wisdom Podcast

05:33 min | 5 months ago

Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary that was on his life. Elections had just written the first of series of three different biographical books called the years of awakening which kind of exposed very early rather strange. USC early years how he was discovered. In quotes who is e? Etcetera Etcetera. Those books I read maybe twenty years ago those. Roads and. It was quite fascinating at a different time of meeting Krishnamurti than reading is his lectures very. Very different that again, that's the. I just finished writing and the Christian Rate Foundation is going to be publishing a book called. Unconditionally free and this is A. A sweeping history of Krishnamurti's talks from the very beginning, where did you come from? What is the mythology around the story? The all the kinds of things is the ASAKUSA society and then moving forward. What is the Mitra? Why was he had to be the new the next? The next? Buddha. ETC seper. So. Yeah. So that will be coming out in two months. So what was it about? So it seems like you had

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Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

The Wisdom Podcast

04:12 min | 5 months ago

Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary

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Remembering Fallen Plants with Ken Druse  A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach June 1, 2020

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

07:52 min | 8 months ago

Remembering Fallen Plants with Ken Druse A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach June 1, 2020

"In your introduction you were talking about just turquoise labels yeah there's so many labels and I mean I can't even I can't even talk about it. I mean think and plant delights for example. Yes I think that. Half of the herbaceous plants I've planted or more have died. I have one oriental. Poppy and I've probably tried to grow. I duNno seven. Ten Oriental poppies out. And you know in those days. We were so intrigued with the latest thing the newest thing the untried and true thing so a lot of the things that we lost were not really weren't going to be good garden plants but some of them were right along and some of them just weren't tested yet in our areas and so on and so forth but we gave it ago we stretched. We pushed the limits and gave it a go. Think of we had that money back but we had the experience. We got the memories Hon. I remember going to the garden of John Kerry who who died recently crate gardener in Texas and His Garden Spin Open to the public for many many years. And it was called Pecker Wood. And now it's called the John Ferry Garden in honor of him and in one bed they had plants in this one area of this one bad things quite prominent but there were this. There was this aggregation of labels all stuck in the ground. Like soldiers tight together. You know like a pin cushion but giant right and it was hilarious and it was all the plants that were gone It was the memory of those plants. It was a graveyard mouse graveyard. Yeah the white labels all lined up look like tombstones. So let's talk about some of them. Actually you know what should I do poetic reading since we've already had some music so? I do a poetic. Reading is if if this is my favorite poem. I think ever it is. And it's by the Great. Jeffrey be Charlesworth. Also Sadly departed a great gardener garden. Quite near mind that I visited. I was lucky enough to visit. He was a leader in the North American Rock Gardens Society. Did you ever meet him? Yes I did wonderful. Yeah so he wrote this. This poem called. Why did my plant die? You're already laughing trod on it. Yeah so here's how it goes. You walked to close. You tried on it. You dropped a piece of sod on it. You hold it down you weeded it. You planted it the wrong way up. You grew it in a Yogurt Cup but you forgot to make a whole. The soggy compost took its toll. September storm November drought. It heaved in March. The roots popped out you watered. With urbicide you scattered bonemeal and wide attracting local omnivores who eight-year plant and stayed for more. She left it. Baking in the Sun while you departed at a run to find a spade perhaps a trowel. Meanwhile the plant threw in the towel. You planted it with crown. Too High. The soil washed off. That explains why to High Ph at hated line. Elastic needs a gentler climb. He left the root ball wrapped in plastic. You broke the routes. They're not elastic. You Walk to close you try to get you dropped a piece of sod on it. You splash the plant with more oil. You should do something to your soil too rich to poor such wretched health. Your Silas Clay. Soil is filth. Your plant was eaten by a slug. The growing point contained a bug. These aphids are controlled by aunts. Who Milk the juice. It kills the plants in early spring your gardens mud. You walked around. That's not much good with heat and light. You hurried it. You worry that you buried it. The poor plant missed the mountain air. No heat no summer mugs up there you over fed it ten ten ten forgot to water it again. You hit it sharply with the hose. You used a hand without arose. Perhaps you sprinkled from above. You should have talked to it with love. The nursery mailed it without roots. You killed it with those gardening boots you walked to close you trod on it. You dropped a piece of sod on it. I'm crying. I just love him. I just loved him and his books. Were the opinionated Gardner. Was that what his greatest book was. That was the name of it. You mentioned Rock Garden. Rock gardeners are really they? They like to be punished. They tried artists plants of all they have a high hardest group plants from seed. And yes. Oh My Gosh. I can't even keep Diana's alive more than one year right. Yeah yeah so so okay so. Let's yeah plant slightly over there Hon. No I was thinking about over the years. It's hard to remember because they're not here right. And so you know you're looking. You think what I but I was thinking and I remember. I had a collection of Oak Leaf. Hydrangea and my favorite. Was snowflake semi double double really and it was about six feet tall. And I discovered after hurricane Irene. That hydrangea corker Is Flood intolerant? I lost them all. Oh and just recently. I got a text from my friend. Heidi and it had a photograph of something blooming in it and it was my favorite Siberian Iris. Which is a kind of short one. Among summer sky from nine hundred thirty five and I had that plan for about forty years but when I planted here it got a little shady better also got four and I lost it and the thing about that is if you don't plants and it was hard for me. I got that from someone in from an old garden because it's not easy to well now it's a little easier to find that it wasn't then it all it sky blue and white just beautiful and now. I can get it back because I shared that plant. I was thinking about arose that grew for many years. It's a rambler kind of purple colored. Rambler you'll Shin Blau. I believe you say V. E. L. C. H. E. N. B. L. A. You may be awesome. Yeah and and he just it was just that and I can just see the place I mean I could see out the window the place where it stood all those years where grew all those years and I think I don't even know what I don't even know if I remember what befell it you know but I keep wondering like with your IRA why don't I have it again. Why didn't I replace it right away? says it was just so beautiful. It was a a feature in the flower garden at Wave Hill. That was the first place I had seen it in New York City and so I had gotten it because I was so enchanted by it there. So that's a plant. I don't know if I killed it. I don't I'M NOT GONNA

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"blau" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"blau" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Pen in his hand but case you missed it those lyrics were Z. guys the guys exile who's got the key to the world now yours truly Blau huh right there is that and then there's this not a damn thing changed what you are born this guy I have no idea what that means I don't even think that people know who knows what that means just got a call right I guess in plain in changed almost do rhyme so I guess that constitutes a lyric at least for him the important thing to remember with pit bull is the verses are just bridges to get you to the hawks nothing else matters in a pit bull song just get the damn hook get to the damn hook and I'm sure he'd rather you just ignore the filler in between otherwise people might have had a real issue with lines like this quote excuse me I might drink a little more than I should tonight and I'm gonna take you home with me tonight baby I'm gonna make you feel so good tonight because we might not get tomorrow yeah I don't know I mean I guess we all interpret lyrics our own way but that sounds pretty creepy what a creepier things you might spit into a microphone like you're going to get over serve drunk take somebody home make them feel so good and then the world might end because quote we might not get tomorrow best case scenario what you're saying is just what should a one night stand worst case scenario the world ends tomorrow I get the less America more read to call the cops but I digress all that leaves me this and this is people's new coronavirus anthem because while the entire world would rather have a vaccine Mr worldwide himself is answered the bell with a fight song date well nobody asked for.

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Defense delivers as Vikings sail past Lions 20-7

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Defense delivers as Vikings sail past Lions 20-7

"Quarterback Kirk cousins threw for two hundred and forty two yards and a touchdown to help the Vikings beat the lions twenty to seven on Sunday the Detroit defense gave their team a chance but quarterback David Blau in the lions offense just couldn't seem to get rid of them all afternoon someone who wasn't rhythm was vice defensive end Danielle hunter who picked up three sacks and set the record for youngest player in NFL history to reach fifty sex next week Minnesota will face the Chargers well the lines will be at home against Tampa Bay Jake a blazer Minneapolis

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Broncos Rookie QB Drew Lock to Make 1st Career NFL Start vs. Chargers

Howie Carr

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Broncos Rookie QB Drew Lock to Make 1st Career NFL Start vs. Chargers

"App the year of the backup and backup backup quarterback continues in the NFL we saw David Blau start on thanksgiving for the lions the bangles are going back to Andy Dalton the Steelers going back to doc Hodges and now mark the Denver Broncos are turning to drool lock as their starting quarterback another quarterback for the Broncos who can't seem to find their footing at that position and I'm wondering and a lot of people are wondering is this an indictment on

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Trubisky’s 3rd TD pass lifts Bears to 24-20 win over Lions

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Trubisky’s 3rd TD pass lifts Bears to 24-20 win over Lions

"Mr risky throws for three hundred thirty eight yards and three touchdowns as the bears keep their playoff hopes the line beating the lions twenty four twenty on thanksgiving trailing seventeen seven and a half for risky and the bears outscored alliance seventeen to three over the final two quarters and help Chicago improved to six and six wide receiver Anthony Miller did his part to keep Chicago on the end of the playoff chase pacing the offense with nine catches for a hundred and forty yards it's nice to be in the spotlight with more most important thing we got the win and that's what matters we're back to square one week we got a win every day from here on out so you know we got to focus on bass lines third string quarterback David Blau made his NFL debut getting the start leading his team the touchdowns on Detroit's first two possessions but its team couldn't hold on falling to three eight and one becoming officially eliminated from playoff contention Danny countering

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Trubisky’s 3rd TD pass lifts Bears to 24-20 win over Lions

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Trubisky’s 3rd TD pass lifts Bears to 24-20 win over Lions

"Mr misty throws for three hundred thirty eight yards and three touchdowns as the bears keep their playoff hopes alive beating the lions twenty four twenty on thanksgiving trailing seventeen to seven at the half Kurdistan the bears outscored the lion seventeen to three over the final two quarters and help Chicago improved at six and six wide receiver Anthony Miller did his part to keep Chicago's playoff hopes alive pacing the offense with three catches for a hundred and forty yards there's not enough I live with more most important thing we got the win and that's what matters we're back to square one week we got a win every day from here on out so you know we got to focus on down the line third during quarterback David Blau made is that I fell debut and let his team to touchdowns on Detroit's first to drive to the game but I think couldn't hold on falling to three eight and one becoming officially eliminated from playoff contention Denny count Detroit

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"blau" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"blau" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To what the bears in the lines at store coming across not too long ago that black hole David Blau will be the quarterback for the Detroit Lions so it's not gonna be Driskell who we saw at Soldier Field who had a nice rally toward the end of the game beers were able to win that game but now it's going to be under after third stringer that's gonna be playing against the bears defense and it'll be interesting to see how the bears fair out you know I don't care who the quarterback gets the lines I don't care what they have to do is run the table because the starter good football team again the lines the lines do with the lines do they always under achieve really under shooting for a long time so to the bears this came to me is about what the bears can do off that's what the bears can do by being able to connect offense of late defensively I don't have a problem with the bears because even with the injuries even with some of the question marks you know without a keen Hicks are trying to get Khalil Mack more involved in the offense in the defense as he tries to get after quarterbacks there's a number of quality players the defense that can make plays so I'm not concerned about that my concern is is that the bears offense needs to be able to have some kind of connection and when you see some of the issues with the offense you can just tell it's it's trust is production is coaching it's all under the same umbrella on the server brought so apartment six ball club could be five hundred by time we get ready to sit down and have dinner on thanksgiving we'll see it's up to the bears though to to be able to get it done I expect the bears to win tomorrow I just don't know by how much and whether not the offense looks better than it did against the giants so many points up on the board somebody point there was left off the board I guess the giants and so we'll see what happens now just the lines it should be a game where the player should be able to get it done have a really nice outing defensively and be able to be much better than they were this past Sunday against the giants but the NFL and you never know three one two three three two ESPN three three two three seven seven six our phone number we turn now to Stacey dales who covers the NFL for the NFL network she is in Detroit right now covering the lines in the bear she joins me Jonathan hood on under the hood on ESPN one thousand in the US we have Stacy as always I appreciate your time how much are the bears offense of issues the personnel that's what out there verses the play calling of Matt Nagy difficult question to answer because you talk to so many people out the bears you hear from Maggie every week here to me has actually been very eloquent with the media you always stay positive despite the you know the struggle and and the temperature fifty and you know there's there's no secret they've actually ran quite a but bit of no huddle this year they they up their play action game against the giants that win on Sunday but the bottom line is injury Catholic fifteen and it it it it popped in the second year of quarterbacks that have success with in an offense in the first year because these reactions I mean everybody in this league now knows after the twelve and four campaign that Mr Christie is fantastic one is on the run and so what they've done strategically you can look at any different defensive formation they've they've tried to take his legs out of the picture and that's why you go all the way back week one when Tremont Williams told me after the Packers when we wanted to make Mitch play quarterback and that is stay within the confines of the pocket and get the job done yeah what we found the giants game with a couple might big strike for service he one of those with call back your call I with the pocket moved up you push the pocket a little bit the offense of line protected form and they gave him a little bit of time to work and the temple was again there and so I think if you're moving for your Chicago that night he still wants to see what what your breath he can do here in the in the closing stretch and I know he's more confident when he's when he's up tempo he's you know moving with those legs but you know it's it's been frustrating there's no question really they haven't had a tight end this season Burton you know fell through the cracks your with injuries and now you've got water with concussion protocol heading into Thursday you know Bradley spelled been sort of on a a revolving door as far as roster activity I mean it it it's just been a lot of expectations not met and it's been really hard so that negative put a finger on why and if you look at the first quarter of of games this season there's no questioning they've struggled to come out of the gate and it's it's a little complex perplexing if you're a fan watching it Stacey dales manifold network with Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand in the ESPN apples we get ready for bears and lions on thanksgiving it's a head scratcher all way around Stacy because we could just focus in and hone in on the tight end it is it is really inexplicable four of the bears not to have a solid blocking tight end nor a a pass catching tight in because it would produce skiing he's not a quarterback the goes down the field a ton so he if you're going to five and dime it down the field and just kind of just keep the the line moving offense of Lee I tied in helps and then we saw the giants game Veronica missing an opportunity to catch that football that is kind of a microcosm of some of the bears offense of woes when you're not catching the football winter dischi throws and then not having just that extra safety valve that extra office of weapon for two biscuits so it is a lot of it is just hit scratching and really frustrating for bears fans in that regard and your point I mean the tight end position as if that's a bit it it it I don't even know the word Jonathan be it I don't wanna call weapon at in in this offense in in there get the ball in space and all the protections in the movement within this offense if necessary last year we thought three Burton used in so many different gadget played mean you if you recall used out of the backfield he was used as a normal tight end and then they would you know push the packages and we're walking with more of an effect eight and and then the development do I so much of what you see with the tight end position if they're trying without offense of line did you talk about that then you're running back and the bears have been trying to develop a rookie running back in Montgomery this year which has been challenging and a struggle to get you know yards on the ground we know three Colin is used in a complexity of ways but it definitely a factor and I think it's probably been very frustrating if I were to guess format Nagy that he hasn't had that consistent presence at tight end and now you're going to Thursday Taylor Gabriel thing concussion protocol and so is Ben Braun occur and so now you're saying to Mister fifty Hey buddy with all the struggle you got to be great on Thursday it's not yeah it really is I I notice a difference in the sound bites here from to recall in and obviously what the fallout for from a keen Hicks waddle Silvy the other day there is this kind of us against the world mentality from just a several players I don't think that that's the entire team but just when you hear to recall and say what he said after the game just saying that you know it's it's us against the world that kind of thing I I don't know if that is the case in a you can't really speak to the station because you were never booed at home okay I deck Chicago sky Washington mystics fans and you you were like almost so that's the home crowd and you but I but but that there have been there have been bears fans that have been disappointed and upset when you see a ton of three and outs when you don't see the ball moving up and down the field like you see what some of the other prolific team's offense of late I think you know when you're paying fan you do get frustrated I'm wondering if there's a sense of in that locker room from from some of these athletes when the bears they feel like do all the even the home crowd is against us well tonight I live in through the eighteen Hicks interview with water one filthy and I love all three of those guys preface it by saying that and I think we can point in the billing you know he said in that interview I I'm a Lakers fan if I go to a Lakers game in a stock basically I'm not going to build them I got the fact I'm not jumping off the bandwagon I'm on it all the way and if you're a player for the bears they know they've underachieved I think that you take that personally your pride comes into into a fact and there's a sensitivity to it especially when you go twelve in for you you lose a playoff game that you should have one what your mind of all about the double billing Cody party you should have beat the Philadelphia Eagles and gone on in the playoffs last year and and filled in life in general expectations for all of us whether it's you or me going to do our job journalistically Jonathan or if an NFL player expected to you know get after the quarterback work if they EPA you doing my taxes I mean there's expectations in every single job that we do in our relationship in a romantic life whatever it how do we manage them and for the bears this year you look down that line and you see an offense that has not met expectations it would be about the kicker this year you think about that and it's been the twenty ninth total offense the twenty eight scoring offense the twenty night rushing offense the thirtieth passing offense twenty ninth in third down situations thirty first in big plate don't you think that their pride for them when they hear the booming which the fans are booing because of those after mention numbers because the bears haven't been able to manage those expectations internally which has been tough for them there if they clash and that's the way I see it and but when you you hear the blues and by the way this happens all around the NFL I don't care where you go if you go the Cleveland Browns if you go to the Philadelphia Eagles when the expectations are made and and you know a lot of fans are having a few beers and then the truth comes out okay so you got to have it in the league I think for somebody like eighteen heck who had just remarkable campaign if you're gonna go hurting emotionally physically not being able to do the game and participate in the game he loves and and so there are sensitivities within the locker room because pride is the thing ego is the thing and unfortunately for the bears you know I I for I give.

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As Prime Day 2019 extends to 48 hours, other retailers are forced to compete

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

As Prime Day 2019 extends to 48 hours, other retailers are forced to compete

"A lot of this every year i think it's a big thing in natalie's world is amazon prime day it's amazon prime to no not today but they've announced it's going to be two days this year no blau last year was thirty six hours now they've met at twelve hours on that you must be or you can spend more money i'm not doing it not gonna do it they're not getting my money really really gets enough of my money you're going to love amazon by the way last year during amazon prime day you're going through all or buying every night land up never buying anything really excited but i'll look at this tv i but i don't need it some anoc

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"blau" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"blau" Discussed on KTOK

"Thousand so talking more about the constitutional carry. And again, the summary of the Bill is it removes the requirement for you. And I have to have a license to open carry or concealed carry. It just removes that it removes the fee now, do you or should you still continue to take the courses and be proficient in your shooting, of course. But the main thing here is that so little Sally. Blau men's Ville from Blanchard. Oklahoma who lives at the end of a gravel road in a house trailer and can and can barely afford to feed. Her child doesn't have to go down and get an expensive license and take an expensive course in order to defend herself. That's what this is about. You should not have to do that to carry a gun. Abbott? She's in her house. She's already say, yes. That is correct. And she's on her property says. Yes, that is correct. But technically, she would not be able to walk down that gravel road carrying her gun or drive down that gravel road carrying her gun. And this will change that. I will still maintain my license because I do a lot of traveling on. I want to be able to prove that I am indeed licensed to carry. Eight four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Rollins has Li I read an article about these seal commando who was staying at a homeless center, a bad guy came in to rob the place, the fellow got the gun from the robber and held him until police came, but the police shot him because they did not know if he was the bad guy or the good guy, and he did not know what to do when the police came through the door. He was standing over the bad guy holding the gun. He had not been educated on what to do when the police come through the door. There is an infinitely thin line between a good shoot and being arrested for murder. Think the fellow at the pharmacy who is spending time in prison or are you talking about Jerusalem? It's scary to think that the streets will be filled with people who don't know what to do. I think many will be harmed and the police need to know that you have a gun. You just said on the show not long ago, you should not have to pay to defend yourself. Well, that's correct. But spend a little money to keep yourself from getting shot rolling. Respectfully, disagree with you on the concept that our state will we'll be filled with people who don't know what what to do because you don't have to carry the gun if you don't want to. I don't think that many will be harmed because era Zona has had open carry now for ten fifteen years. Alaska has had opened Kerry for ten or fifteen years and their murder rates are less than ours. And there are a bigger state. So I don't think you need to be scared that the streets are going to be filled with people who don't know what to do. Yes. The police need to know that you have a gun. As far as there being an infinitely thin line between a good shot and being arrested for murder. No, it's not that thin anymore. It used to be but it's not that fan anymore. You are allowed to defend yourself. You are loud to defend your property. You are allowed to defend your family members. Now at the time that wasn't our law and by Jerome Ursuline is doing time because of that thank God, we changed that law and thank God. We're changing this one eight four hundred.

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Working Women: Why The U.S. Is Behind

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:34 min | 2 years ago

Working Women: Why The U.S. Is Behind

"Last week, the indicator was in Atlanta for the big annual conference. It's put on by the American economic association. This is like one of the big biggest meetings of the year for communists. The no not one. The this. Is it just in case? There was any ambiguity. There were thirteen thousand communists, there you could spot the conference goers because they were all rushing around in their suits, and they had named tags around their necks like these red Landers and their complementary eight eight-year conference tote bags and also, you know, you kinda spot them because they were mostly they're mostly men dudes. They were mostly dudes economics has been an overwhelmingly, male occupation. For a long time. Francine Blau is a female economist at Cornell, I got my PHD in the nineteen seventies. And at that time, I think women were getting about seven percent of PHD's economics. And now it's way up there at thirty five percent or something like that. How many years have you been coming to this conference over forty years? Yeah. I look at the crowd. And it looks very mitt mail to me when you look at this crowds. All these people walking around like, what is what is your reaction to it has it changed? Yes. Yes. I mean, it looks so much more female than so I guess it's your standard of reference, but you know, sometimes now there are lines in the female restaurant. Lines for the ladies room in economic indicator all its own side of progress sorts. This is the indicator. I'm Stacey Vanik Smith, and I'm Garcia this year. A lot of the discussions at the conference were about gender and about the metoo movement within economics, but Francine has been studying gender and economics for decades. She's done groundbreaking work on women in the workplace and on the gender pay gap. Klett, Francine says there is this particular economic indicator that's been on her mind lately. It's the female labor participation rate. For instance, says it's been kind of stuck for years now and after decades of leading the pack. The US has started falling behind. Support for NPR and the following message. Come from we work. How do you feel about your office? Is it just a space for your company? Or is it a space to help you grow your company from new HQ's two satellite offices with we work. You can find a space that works for you. Visit we dot co slash space matters. To learn more. Support also comes from NPR sponsor male champ. Male champ does so much more than Email. They've outgrown their name with automation, ad campaigns and audience management mail chimp. It helped your business outgrow its name to not just male male champ. The labor force participation rate. That is the percentage of US adults within a given age group who either have a job or who don't have a job, but are looking for one. So you can break down the labor force participation rate in a bunch of ways, including by gender, and that was what Francine Blau has been doing. So if you take all the women in the US ages twenty five to fifty four the percentage of them who are in the labor force is. Is its best. Seventy five percent that is today's indicator about seventy five percent of women ages twenty five to fifty four in the US are in the labor force the comparable figure for men would be about ninety percent. So ninety percent of men ages twenty five to fifty four are in the labor force. Seventy five percent does represent a huge gain. By the way, back in the nineteen seventies fewer than half of women were in the labor force that number climbed steadily up and up for decades until about the year two thousand but after that, it kind of flattened off for a while we've stopped progressing in the US while other countries have continued to see rising female labor force patient and the US used to have one of the highest female labor force participation rates. And now we have one of the lower ones of the Vance 't economies Denmark, UK, Canada, Australia, all have higher female labor participation rates than the US in that. So. China and Thailand, which lead us to the question. Why the US has obviously a huge economy, and for example, women go to college at higher rates than men go to college. So what is going on? Why is the labor force participation rate for women in the US so much lower than it is for men. Well, there's a lot of reasons, but I'd say the major reason is probably at family family more than eighty percent of women will become mothers at some point in their lives. And when they do they hit a bunch of different obstacles in the workforce the first obstacle being employers discriminate against mothers. It was a fascinating experiment where they sent resumes to employers, and they indicated in the resume that a woman was a parent by saying her extra activity was PTA. Whereas they suggested the woman was not apparent by saying her extra activity was block association. Neighborhood associations, and these were just fake resumes. That were equally qualified people that the ones that the employers believe were mom's got got lower call backs and Francine says this did not happen for men. But Francine says she believes people tend to stereotype what a mother is a mother puts her family first. So she won't be as dedicated to her job. Whereas she says a father is providing for his family. So he will put his job. I in fact, meant and to see their salaries go up after they have children, whereas women tend to see their pay fall relative to women who don't have children. So the end result is that it's harder for mothers to get hired. But once they are hired or if they already have a job when they have a child they face a different kind of discrimination women with kids are less likely to be promoted or to get assigned important projects. This is a specially true for women with advanced degrees in high paying professions like finance, and then there's just a pure home economics of it all the. Thing is child care. Childcare Francine says the US is one of the only developed countries that does not have free care for young children. As a result women will often stay out of the workforce to care for their child. Childcare can be expensive and that cost can wipe out or nearly wipe out any economic benefit. The woman would get from working also men tend to get paid more than women even for the same job. So if there's a man in a woman making this decision together, it often just makes more economic sense for the women to stay home while the man works, then add to that the fact that the woman is likely to be held back from promotions. And bonuses when she does go back to work, and you have a system where a lot of women just choose to stay out of the workforce entirely. For instance, says that to change this the US could try doing what other developed countries have done countries like France, Sweden, Germany in the UK an offer state-funded care for young children. I think these initiatives to provide free public preschool care. Would be very intriguing. So I mean, I care about this issue because I am a woman, but. Is this an important issue economically? We talk a lot about economic growth. But one way we grow is really by bringing more and more people into the paid labor force where they produce items that are counted in gross national product, also if he working within the home, you're producing things about you that aren't counted. So that there's a little trade off there. But basically economic growth is furthered by the entry of people into the labor force. But I think the most fundamental thing is by not fully utilizing all the talents of a major segment of our population. We're not fully realizing, our efficiency and productivity. Francine says this is a specially true in fields where there aren't many women in the first place tech economics where a whole part of the population that could be contributing isn't at least not on the level that it could be. There was women who proceed. It'd me who I look up to. And I think she was entered the field in the nineteen fifties. And she said her husband dropped her off at an an American economic association meetings. And he said Karen, this is this is five thousand men, and you know, I mean, so it's kind of hard to be when I was first coming in. It was very hard for me. I was very small minority, you know, in grad school, and it was very hard. And it just is not hard for me now. Because a lot of the guys are my friends. I don't see them as male or female, see them as friends, and there are just a lot more women than than there used to be. And it looks like there will be more women ages twenty five to thirty four have seen a big jump in labor force participation in the last couple of years. Young men though have actually seen a decline during that period. The indicators produced by Constanza Gardo edited by Patty Hirsch and his a production of NPR.

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Hurricane Florence is now a Category 3 storm and is expected to grow more powerful

Orlando's Evening News

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Florence is now a Category 3 storm and is expected to grow more powerful

"Governor Rick Scott offering the help of Florida's emergency responders as hurricane Florence approaches. Our northern neighbors, Scott Florence right now a powerful major hurricane still out there in the Atlantic. But it will be near the Carolinas Thursday, and it will move into the Carolinas. Lots of flooding up there, of course, deal with the storm surge as well the inland flooding, they could get twenty twenty five inches of rain, especially if it stalls out some so that'll be grabbing headlines, of course throughout the week. It's not coming here. We never. Wish a storm on anyone's who our thoughts, of course, are up in the Carolinas for later this week. Scott. We are watching more things out there as well. Hurricane Isaac and hurricane Helene Helena's close to Africa that one should stay out to sea. But we always watch out for changes Isaac will move into the Caribbean. Very sensitive to that area that was impacted by Maria and Irma last year it should be a category. One hurricane as it approaches, the lesser Antilles, and then once it gets into the Caribbean. There are some signs it will weaken. But I still don't know what will happen past five days. So that'll be an area. We'll be watching and another Blau popped up in the Caribbean. That will move into the Gulf of Mexico could develop further, but that'll be moving

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"blau" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"blau" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Reports official Bank northwestern athletics and Chicago's backers adults nor was rolled up on by somebody else Ted entrees familiar with that good news he, was able to get up walk off on his old. Power in the injury tent right now still awaiting, official word on his return but us l. put all his weight, on his life what's the atmosphere like down there right now Well it's it's definitely, better than it was before halftime there's no. Question about that so I think right. Now the Cassie to stop pretty badly Trevor can't and four biller previous play no games second out at ten boiler makers for their own, twenty six trailing thirty one twenty four ten nineteen to. Go third quarter while the quarterback history formation Handed off park how Jones a flea flicker factor Blau head as the throws any, throw it out about tak- plowed absolutely got drilled he's okay Iran You, know there's going to be trick plays against this team that I ran a flea flicker out of a pistol. Formation the hand off to Markelle Jones who lateraled it back to the quarterback Blau Hit very hard by Joe Ghazi Otto Now it's third out of ten. Purdue forty-nine trick plays. To, go day that's one down brother well they maybe, the count the jet sweep earlier long snap to Blau dumps. It over the mental on across route Zico alludes her man guess to the sideline and did it. Get the first noise out about shortly I doubt it got scary for revolt Thirty two yard line And it's fourth-down down Purdue Boiler makers I think you're going to go for Here comes the day. That was a really important series for this defense number one to get off the, field number two to get a little breathing room get a little rest and get some liquids. To three announced back to back by that offense and then you give up a touchdown that was really good series as a..

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"blau" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"blau" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

"Lockett carell anthony miller more receiver from the bears and kenny stills start off that i the first two rounds nick chubb is the eleventh isn't eleventh around by so as blau powell who have living around by mckinnon is okay so and so's progress on an rob gronkowski so bunch of around is not gonna add another one on my bench so i don't want that but i do i do wanna running back and right now the highest rate one is nick chub and blah how obviously and then then we got dont'a foreman on houston even though i do like do you think they're gonna go more with moammar millerwise booker's also they're actually like devante booker guys got speed for fast and i think they have a rookie running back as well over there too so having to get get them involved and having to work it out that way i think you're going to run with both of those guys anderson's gone so who are they draft why am i drawing a complete absolute blank with who the broncos grabbed wow this is about oh oh was the running back from oregon yeah okay just this remember that came back to my head running back morgan i'll think of his name a second but is that so they got he's good also fast but i'd like to say book or two i think you're gonna split time and months needs to make a step up the season of course by weeks ten which is the same as carlin's but i can mix match my burning bax it's fine the eleventh eleventh week eleven which everybody on my team to be week levin which is not good for three players you gotta watch those by weeks.

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"blau" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"blau" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"So you know we had to talk with guys told to singing the moaning ends side bre how's it going to die in tournament two soldiers very quickly to invest you these bills sort of off way through the training boca harlem was in the price of organic pledge to running the seventh infantry division of mind goodie so i senior intelligence officer to mind goody along with a very wellknown south african guy code any blau became is with the seventh infantry division i finding might my way to the seventeenth division and spoke to the division kamanga found out what the problems would struck an agreement with him because they wanted us to get involved basically to get buck autumn out to the division and aerial operations because the initial contract was awarded by the what was equal the national security adviser of the nigerian government that had to gift the mission that mission changes from hostage rescue mission into a very robust offensive of ration let me just got back to harlem these guys foreign funded the head equipment that the nigerians than even had off from a assets which they didn't have i'm and they they were really on the outskirts on the outskirts of mind goody the agreement that was mind with the seventh infantry division often the mission had been gone to do to change the mission was that okay we'll try and vista the guys we still training hostage rescue gonna change into what we will call them out about strikeforce we will lead the advance for the division you come behind us occupied tonight because up until let's diets nigerians hadn't been able to really find back so we had these young nigerian guys special forces guys and we trying them very quickly in model rations we had to get on helicopters which would to aging gazelles one actually i think they would to uh one ages that had been both somewhere in europe and one mit twenty full so we.

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"blau" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"blau" Discussed on No Agenda

"Finish it for the new listeners we have a few oh we'll i started talking about this story on the air on aero classic rock and all of a sudden the what was it the account the law firm blau blackstone blau and blackstone group something i mean they are the the real bad actors and they within ten days the government said we're pulling your license i got you know of course fired after two days this thing went viral that you can still find it on youtube then it just became an incredible message station shutdown gone wasn't burned to the ground well metaphorically speaking there was no actual fire you kind of made that up along the way and i liked it oh there was no embellish no actual fire but the the guy the all is funding was pulled is licensed was pulled i and they eld investors pulled out couldn't even restart reboot it was it was very interesting period and i was glad decided i'm going to invent podcasting and i'm gonna be you can't what are you going well now of course they are trying to burn down your old place which you just look out the window and often you'll see the fire trucks but i see the hoses hooked up to the fire hydrants so there's a real fire going on well the joke's on them i live here gosh darn it exactly all right so i i just say before you we're not closing out the segment i'll just say i'm very open but please don't send me these lists of links and how they link semi some victims sent me a victim and then i'll be interested we have no victims look dutroux in those crazy crazy guys look at the jersey that's real real victims in real dead bodies show me a dead body and then i'll be interested otherwise just wasting your time.

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False stories travel faster than the truth on Twitter, study finds

Science Magazine Podcast

11:33 min | 3 years ago

False stories travel faster than the truth on Twitter, study finds

"Twitter. Why this false news seem to thrive on the Internet is our inter-connectedness you know, from the web, the caused, or just a platform for the spread of these unsubstantiated facts sitting on a raw is here to talk about his group's work, trying to tackle these big questions welcomes the non. Why? So there's a lot of hype around this topic. This topic of false news and misinformation campaigns on social media In the news media, You know, we've got fact checking articles out there. We've got the social media platforms trying to clean house. I don't even know where one would start to take apart. What is happening here quantify and try to put some arrows and think this is causing that. What were you trying to find with this study? We were interested in the spread of false news them How 'bout was spreading differently on lineman true news. We were concerned about the potential consequences of the spread of false news, and we wanted. Two, when we looked at the scientific literature, we found that they're really weren't many large-scale scientific studies about the spread of false news online. And so we wanted to address that with a large scale, much more comprehensive study who your data set consisted of Is this all of Twitter since its inception. Yeah, we had access to the historical archive of tweets from its inception in two thousand six to two thousand seventeen and we were able to analyse any stories spreading on Twitter during those years. It was that easy to get hold of. Is that something that anybody could access while we worked directly with Twitter to get access to that data? And we obviously use machine learning out different types of algorithms to collect unfiltered, the data, how big Wisden status at It was a hundred and twenty six thousand Cascades of stories. Spreading on Twitter over the eleven years, So fairly substantial, three million people tweeting over four and a half million time Blau over those eleven years. And one of the things he wanted to do with Ted distinguish between the spread of false news and Real news are true nears. How could you pick those things out of the data set? How did you figure out why this is false or true, or even whether it was news? We started with six independent fact checking organizations that had gone through the difficult process of fact checking these stories that have come out over these eleven years. And we went to their data And we found the stories that they had backtracked some had been factor to be true. Some had been factor to be false of these six independent organisations agreed on their classifications between ninety five And ninety eight percent of the time. So we have this really nice corpus of stories that. That were fact check by these organisations over those years. And then with that label data in hand, we went to Twitter to find mentions of those stories on Twitter. When we found dimension, we would work backwards to the origin. The very first time somebody had mentioned that story. And from that, what we called origin, tweet, we then recreated or rebuilt the Cascades of retweeting that came from those mentions said that we could see how many people I picked it up and how fire had spread over time. Exactly. Those are all stories that, for some reason were chosen by those This fact checking organizations. Was there any chance that they're focusing on things that were highly contentious? Yes. So we were also concerned about that. So obviously a skeptic might say, Well, there might be selection bias in that you are working with these six fact checking organizations be they look at sin. Sessional stories or maybe they look at sensational false stories and run-of-the mill True Stories than that can affect the differences in the spread of truth and falsity. So what we did was we collected a second independent robustness data, SAT where we found stories that had never been fact check by any of these six independent fact checking organizations. We had three fact checkers independently. Fact check those stories about 13,000 Cascades compared to the 100 and twenty six thousand in the main data SAT. We ran our analysis on these stories that were independently verified not verified by these six fact checking organizations and we found nearly identical results. All of the results were the same. Let let's talk about those results. So what kind of differences Did you see between the spread of false news and the spread of true news on Twitter? We found that false news diffused significantly farther faster, broader deeper. All this hoop relatives in every category of information at each of the superlatives goes with a specific measure. Although the time the breath, The death, the structural Virology in every case of false news was diffusing farther faster, deeper more broadly than the truth in all categories of information and sometimes by an order of magnitude. And when you see all categories information you talking about political news, urban legends, those kinds of things like different types of content. Exactly. We had a number of different categories in the data politics, urban legends, business stories, terrorism and war, science and technology, entertainment and natural disasters you found there was a difference between his content types, but they all the trend held true for all of them. Absolutely. False news was diffusing farther faster and more broadly than the truth in every category, but false political news diffused farther faster, deeper and more broadly than any other. Type of false news, any other category of false news false politics is was the was the one that diffused farther faster, deeper more broadly. And here's where of course anyone reading Nesir listening is thinking, What about the baht's? Is this something that people are intentionally doing to propagate false political news? Is that something you able to dig out of your data yet? We've heard a lot of stories in the media and in fact in congressional testimony in front of the US House and Senate Intelligence Committee's on misinformation that bought splittists significant role in the spread of false news. So we wanted to look into this further. And in this comprehensive data said, We used to state of the art Baath detection algorithms set them to different sensitivities to make sure our results were robust. And we identified the baht's We took them out and we put them back in and we did the analysis both with the Boutsen without What we found was that indeed boths were excel. The rating the spread of false news online, but that they were accelerating the spread of true news at approximately the same rate. So boths were pushing true news and false news in about the same way. So bots cannot explain this massive difference between the how far and fast and deeply and broadly false news spreads compared to the truth. Human beings are responsible for that. I Is that what you think is that humans eat, Oh, just tend to be more interested in false news. It's some for some reason. Well, this is not an experimental study, and so we have no causal claims in this paper whatsoever were just describing my what we find in the data. But uh, what we did find is that the presence of bots cannot explain this big difference and the spread between truth and falsity And so you know, human actors have to make up that explanation the Now there's always. Differences between militias Suman actors trolls than ordinary people who may not know that they're spreading false news or doing it for non malicious reasons that we didn't investigate. But when you take the baht's out, the results don't change. Is there something about false news, Fake news that is more appealing to people that people are more likely to share it just because it's possibly wrong, Or is it very much more novel Then true news? Great question. So we wanted to dig into why this might be happening in our first including or inclination was to to think that well, maybe people spreading false news are different than people spreading Troon is or maybe the network structure is different in the spread of false is. So we looked for instance that whether people spreading false news had more followers or followed more people or were on Twitter longer or who were more often verified users, or you know, tweeted more often. And in each of those. Cases, the characteristics of the users and the characteristics of the network favored the diffusion of the truth. So In fact, people spreading false news had significantly fewer followers and followed less people and tweeted less often were less often verified and had been on Twitter for a shorter period of time. So false news was diffusing farther faster, broader deeper than the truth despite these characteristics, not because of them. So we had this seek alternative explanations, and we looked at one which we call the novelty hypothesis, which is essentially that may be people retweeting, false news at a higher rate because false news is more novel And their reasons to believe that why people would want to spread novelty More than redundant information. So novel information is more valuable than information. You already know people who spread novel information. And prior studies have been shown to gain social status because they're seen as being. In quote, unquote in the know or having inside information about ups, their status. So we measured the novelty of true and false news by comparing the incoming true or false tweets to the corpus of tweets that those people had been exposed to in the sixty days prior to being exposed to either the true or false tweet. And what we found across three independent measures was that false news was significantly more novel than the truth, which make some sense. Because when you're unconstrained by reality. You can make up anything you want And you can you can achieve novelty, You know, when it's made up much more easily. And then we built a model of the likelihood of retweeting, And we found that these more novel false tweets were seventy percent more likely to be retweeting a than the truth. And obviously we can't maker causal claim that novelty is causing the re tweets, but it certainly was strongly associated factor. 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"blau" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"blau" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Council eagles council dover you the council probably i don't i mean i don't know enough about the ins and outs of the rest of the the eagles football team but i don't think you can lose your probable mvp quarterback week fourteen answer by yeah bill you you you end up if you've by some grace of god you end up in minnesota united beaten tom brady blau check nazareth for nickels no chance zero chance nick falls is probably one of the better backup quarterback situations like a guy once was there once while the starter but just the mental toll a takes the a preparation like angola takes the the ins and outs of just happened to take over franchise this deep in a in a major major season i don't i just can't see it happening the only time the always a situation where like a star quarterback owing down and some backup taking over and things going wyoming in it that those things those are that never happened at an ever heavens your your four dancing on graves over this correct i'm not i'm four dancing on fans graves i'm not going to like call of carson winds and big i'm happy you blueeyed your need nude i'm going if i'm not even going to go out of my way for eagles fans really guy i have no i have no leg to stand on here on the jets van i'm a loser blake if philly fans vow to find myself in an argument with phillie fans neagle's fans i would absolutely be laughing at them for sure because that's what the should is about man as and like the good for the sport argument i don't get i don't i don't sit around watching eagles games at don't concern me so i don't give a fog if it if it's nick folds out there you know completing like forty percent of his passes like playing like trash verses in a while that was really crisp game from carson once ran out of football such a fucking.

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"blau" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"We started off that set with carl blau dreaming may dreams with you we then had a pavement with can't read that you read that could you read that forming brian father to a sister to a thought thank you now should we we did get a call on that someone wanted to know what that was and when i told them the title they were like oh i am overwhelmed by that long songs high at all and so it necessarily i was to it it is it's a long title so i think i just said something the effective okay here's the album it's often all just look souls for a starts wa with the name father and is a very long maim so good track though yeah i really get on wine and just as a reminder for those of you who are computer savvy we will be post the playlist should be posted after the show is over the most uptodate everywhere version of its he can check out at w o r nowhere t fm actually it's on spinach ron um spinach drawn trauma can sza just go to spinach wrong dot john com and if not on the roadways i i'm not sure it might be ira linked the motors roofing is is to go right to sell calgary com although if you go right now uh it's not finish because actually we added more songs on their then wong is available to play in are on our show so what happens is during the actual show someone will go to spinach on in silica oats says it you were going to play this one song in a we are the ran out of time or something but by the time the show ends we we completely have it edited an and ready to go so by the time our show is over the spinach ron will reflect.

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"blau" Discussed on Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"I think blau powell's going to be a good spot start here linda fournet dominant once again he's a time forceps fifty nine and a touchdown and then alvin chimera had a monster game 10 receptions and we'll talk about him more on the rising stars was well was interesting you see a while you you can't see if you looking under showed up to here but all of these runningbacks in the stunned muffin section at least four receptions yep that's let me is receiving his hugh grant talking about johnson as well had a good week and then he'll be he'll be mentioned later when a small would 10 for thirty four in a touchstone on the ground 445 through the air not insane legare blind had a very good game texting for one thirty six you know this was you're going to see it shaked down i think both directions the rest of the year you can have a good blunt game you can have a good small game and you can have gains were neither of them does very much in in your throwing the ball forty plus time so blunt he he gets he gets a made fun of a lot because he looked slow and bet but we gotta say he looked good like l i you know there were a couple of runs where like wow there's some power and is that a hint of speed yeah i saw i just was give credit where credit is due here all right wide receivers stud muffins of the week de'andre hopkins ten for one hundred and seven and a touchdown on twelve targets love that efficiency has kansas city cleveland low they've all you love the volume he's a target leader in the nfl so we've always said hopkins needs a quarterback.

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"blau" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"I think blau powell's going to be a good spot start here linda fournet dominant once again he's a time forceps fifty nine and a touchdown and then alvin chimera had a monster game 10 receptions and we'll talk about him more on the rising stars was well was interesting you see a while you you can't see if you looking under showed up to here but all of these runningbacks in the stunned muffin section at least four receptions yep that's let me is receiving his hugh grant talking about johnson as well had a good week and then he'll be he'll be mentioned later when a small would 10 for thirty four in a touchstone on the ground 445 through the air not insane legare blind had a very good game texting for one thirty six you know this was you're going to see it shaked down i think both directions the rest of the year you can have a good blunt game you can have a good small game and you can have gains were neither of them does very much in in your throwing the ball forty plus time so blunt he he gets he gets a made fun of a lot because he looked slow and bet but we gotta say he looked good like l i you know there were a couple of runs where like wow there's some power and is that a hint of speed yeah i saw i just was give credit where credit is due here all right wide receivers stud muffins of the week de'andre hopkins ten for one hundred and seven and a touchdown on twelve targets love that efficiency has kansas city cleveland low they've all you love the volume he's a target leader in the nfl so we've always said hopkins needs a quarterback.

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"blau" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The second i think the blake portals might actually actually i lost faith in him long ago josh mccown is as old as dirt but he's one of the finest men that you ever meet i'm glad for josh become that he got the win you're getting you're getting what the browns tried to do last year with josh mccown this year because todd bowles as a strongwilled guy jospeh kansas strongwilled guy in the jets they still got a couple of those vets those high price vets and their strongwilled people and they do not want to go quietly into that good night they have not toward it all the way down from what we're seeing here blau powell had a nice game in the the jaguars f one step ahead two steps back to into and i don't take you seriously whatsoever leonard four net was pooped today i know he had it touched actually one that bad i blake portals was poop today i don't know what else to tell jaguars fans of than it's going to be a struggle as long as white borders is your quarterback yes blake mortals not leonard for net brain for go ahead are at the steelers came out of the locker room taking on the ravens the had to throw that out there didn't you grabbed oil boy well the ravens the defense is still okay their offenses terrible they haven't been able to figure out anything on the wide receiver and things mike walls looked okay but really who cares the steelers will continue to move the big question though antonio brown was not targeted very much and didn't get a whole lot it was very agitated after that football game about things so it's something to behold there but i pay as long as you win your three in one and better office burgers the type of guy who can move things around levy on bell had another good game it's fine you part of the three at a monster it's not always going to come to you but i know andrew antonio brown wants to be part of that offense i think they'll get that they figured out by next week next sarah john watson said records the texans take on the tides i'm impressed i'm still skeptic k i want to.

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"blau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They put up some yardage quick turn the ball over that in south carolina while sucking thirty one thirteen in the battle colombia crockett not bad from his running back position is ruder helps out as well warren johnson pretty receivers in know jason rees solid tight and he's got the ball threetimes two of them for touchdowns meanwhile blau leads at office for purdue causing the laura also has played so they got two quarterbacks that can go uh fuller out of the back you'll not bad herdman anthropic hopkins pretty good receivers linebackers mccollum bentley had done the damage for the boilermakers nice route of ohio on the road and now produce going to catch seven and a half seventy six and a half john a look at i i just like jeff brohm another one dimensional they have and run the ball well but i just like the way brown puts the ball the year he's very aggressive and i know missouri's you know capable of scoring points at home but i'm not impressed with win diseased well we're going to be bucking because this is one of my better praised or the daycare i really like mary tori i take majority holder significant speed advantage over your when this matchup produced allowing threeunder parenting yards per game i know drew occupying only completed fifty three percent of its parachute but to me your mom more knows wide receivers construct purdue bird decree and it is a big 10 grand one of the worst big anywhere in the country last year they allow two hundred thirty eight rushing yards on the ground he will want any in conference playing much better on the prom but i really feel mature you could better speed required home i when this ballgame by twenty or more from iowa city iowa monnet's twenty two and a half fifty three and a half the total against newark texas niece and finding company who geoffrey wilson out of the back deal go die was city to take on need stanley who come off the off the overtime win at aims a game they probably should've lost wildly in butler out of the backs the advantage birdied easily due to damage from the uae them josie jewel men this guy is a jeweled defensive linebacker therefore iowa leads the way the lines up to twenty two and a half fifty three and a half a mile soon joke yeah.

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"blau" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Played aw paul boy hey stewart type of boost do you like oh heineken miller where he likes you think he likes he think he likes bourbon i'm an old progod myself even though i i'll tickle the fancy of some black velvet sometimes i'll go a little bit topshelf and i'll go through jack daniels maybe chuck come over here some this is not his doing some of it is he's their head coach he bear some responsibility obviously but this a har god the coulter just a mess this is a guy who's been waiting to get fired from the second this season started and now you're one game into it you even just lose you lost fortysix than nine against an a team that's not that good with the rams yulon so bad he couldn't even remember their names next from lump one blau to another it was the ravens shutting out the bangles twenty two nothing earlier today goes quarterback any dawn had of horrific incomplete complete just sixteen of thirty one passes for one hundred seventy yards no touch outs in four interceptions after the game both head coach marvin lewis and dalton discussed with the place to into the game we know we can't hurt ourselves with turnovers and and and obviously we we did that with the mid upper before five whatever amend of be but we got the bone scorns on a couple of times we don't come away with anything and turn the ball over there make the big play before halftime come on the second half of get the ball rightback and we end up with no points aired because another to move so as you know different in the football game of.

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"blau" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Uh i don't in seoul souls in cells in you claim blau lee on twitter that this is proof that after six years your wife ceases trying and then he retracted your stave and what i imagine was you publicly shamed her and she does she buried you are and you filed at eu camouflage it under no this is a wonderful gift that so comfortable my feet are no longer hurting night and do that but it was an amazing gift walk it back because she was insulted not an amazing gift at the terrible noise an incredible gift mikey life changing dan now my heels were really hurting especially after terrible anniversary not an anniversary gift packages something sitting on the counter when you get home one day from work we get your wife naziera it's it's i'm not saying it's not life changing i'm saying that it's a crappy anniversary gift it's fantastic because it it does more for me than something superficial like a buttondown shirt or something like that the arma peron the poll at laboratory show air heart are planned for for shy this cushions for your feet it the good sixth anniversary wedding gift but i will say what your will mike i will say what you're describing all hit me at once not just is this marriage getting stale but also am i getting old in which this is a gift that one would get excited for then i put on the insults who who whole new world life changing of her whole no world mike and mike.

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"blau" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"blau" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Business blau and so important right for for companies to be in the people business and a lot of companies nor maybe the value of relationship economics huh that's exactly right and my most recent book koo koo builds on that notion bad you cannot lead in the future going data the law not about the smartest person in the room mentor was says if you are you in the wrong room and and how will you of all as an individual gene as an organisation to a few more meaningful more wheel more impactful most she relationships gonna to help you think differently about you business model about you have any model about personal and professional grow we're talking with david nor he's the author of the book relationship economics and many other books his website is nor group dot com it's and no you are g r o u p dot com you know what's interesting david as you're talking about this whole idea of of others your book titles says relationship economics one of the things i'm thinking about is how on one hand it seems like technology and social media has changed economic system but i have a feeling you're gonna tell us it hasn't changed it at all it took knowledge and i get i've been blessed by technology well my first job yeah but subsequently so glad that i walked for number software technology company fast on most of my early career in tech company so take all g found incredible enabler of to endeavour relationship the great leveller we'll play saw certainly i haven't found a model workplace as you and i needed face to face and shaking hands and looking other in the eye and really invest in i'm an after getting to know that need want to ask relations the desires or the other person not linked kennedy great you and i just in time chen you can see my article you can see what i'm doing what i'm focused on twitter a good way to get an update on the thing that instagram you can legally kind of what i'm up to but it's amazing even at the enterprise level how many companies or gad relationships in the customer relationship management system so unfortunately yet what i said earlier people.

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