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"blyth" Discussed on Automated
"That we can marvel and enjoy the pain. The somebody is going through in countering their worst fear or there was trauma. So there's this voyeurism aspect to it There's some many ethical issues wrapped up in this There's lots of people. Creating virtual reality experiences. Some are good. Some are bad. A lot of them allow people are. I would say unfortunately indifference to the impact of those have on people putting somebody on in. Vr rollercoaster may seem like a really cool idea It can make them very sick and once you get sick. You're you can't unstick right and you're gonna it's gonna take time you're gonna have to take the headset off and go now. There's a lot of people who don't like real roller coaster. So let's put that aside. I want my point. Is that when you go into a virtual world. This is a place. This is a place you will remember. This is a place that you know. If you wouldn't go there and real life. Think twice if you would go and vr because going to have a similar impact reason vr Arachnophobia works is because it evokes the same fighter flight physiological response as seeing a real spider. That's why it works. Think about that so before you go and encounter your deceased daughter. i mean. imagine the trauma of that daughter coming back as a ghost a real. You know that daughter coming back for five minutes and then leaving imagined that real trump. So that's what you're doing. And i think if people blyth way we go well vr. You know i can do things that i you know. I can things. I can't do realize. I can remove the danger if you're training for a nuclear accident. Great if you're a you know there's lots of cases where that's wonderful Encountering your deceased child may not be one of yeah. Yeah it's I think you said it really well where you know if you wouldn't do this in real life. It's probably not such a good idea to do it into the are. I think that as as this is kind of a novel growing and emerging industry there's gonna be so many people that are going to be interested in doing new and crazy things it within it which is again fine but if i can kind of encapsulate what you were saying like maybe have a little bit more respect with this new technology the situations that we are going to be putting ourselves in as well as others especially if we want the kind of benefits that i think you've laid out in the discussion to be used and useful for people Going forward rather than maybe turning people off immediately from the technology is funny that you brought up the rollercoaster example. That was one of my is either the first of the second experience that i had in. Vr that was put on this Crazy roller coaster. And it was you know it was fine at the beginning and it was spinning and flipping and going kind of all over the place and I was with some of my friends in one of them fell down right so they were a little bit turned off vr. It was fine because nobody was really hurt. But you know. I know i know now that that friend is not very interested in in getting involved or try and be are again so i can only imagine what would be like in some sort of you know. Mock therapy session where with the stakes are significantly higher. Do see that the time is Is kind of up here. I don't know if there's some final thing that you want to say on that..
"blyth" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Was and what a presence he hadn't a game is the only person that mr hubbard even knew people chasing but I always remember that stereotype. I hadn't thought of that surgery longtime until we just want this conversation. A great story i i. Also i'm sure these conversations we'll see what graham graham was around for her flatter and i'm anxious to hear from you know the training side and the kinds of things that That graham picked up from the from the you think about when you look at any of the horses And some of the writers that are tied to and you know some of the most successful opportunities that they had in their careers. And i think daniel hodson certainly and Sure if you went through. Can i'm sure if you went through the the litany and you'd pick out you know certain eras and jump. Jocks have windows of opportunity in until they either until they either get either too big or or they fall one too many times and say that's enough You know Life miller right play blyth miller road. Plenty maria absolutely form lights or thought road lonesome groves stamos. But yeah she definitely wrote for shepherd. Van johansen you're right. I mean there were several jockeys that came through stable john. Cushman was champion jerry. Fischbach of course road for them So you know he. He was good with the jockeys. He was You know he trained trainers ended. Elliot all janet. Janet elliott came up in the shepherd. Sable of course. Grandma's motion make sure yes grand motion about lateran weight. He carries because some of the.
"blyth" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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"blyth" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Here's my my postscript. If you will thank you so much much craig. Specific thank you abby Shaq Shaq ner. Thank you so much Tommy Buoy in pauly. Shore's and Ravin writer. They're all of you guys from your outlook crew. Thank you everybody who has ever contributed to this. Show thank you so much pauly. Shore's who is most likely listening right now. Even John Garside. WHO's listening right? Now Ruben. Josh Clendenin who's listening right now. I mean any number of wonderful people out there Tuned in let me know who you are you know what. Let's this'll be like romper room you you can you get back to me. Email me inspiration project gmail.com. Let me know that you're watching the show and I will include your name here. How about that that? That sounds cool. That sounds it was fun all right once again thank you so much for listening. Hang keep dead in sporadic flow. This is a this is a post. APPEA- S S or P potent abby post postscript or no earth. PS has posted postscript. I guess it is P. P. S. proposed post post script post postscript. Oh my gosh if you could only smell would it smells so fresh so fresh and so clean yes. It's it's it seems like it's getting cold out here in California but I mean this is Compared to other places. We're not prepared anything anyone anyway. Maybe point is this suppose script script I meant to say that. ps US To Keep Your eyes out cure ears out for Santana's the Christmas the world's first Christmas thriller Detective Indie Cinema. It will be on. TV I G TV and You can find the trailers right now on in spreader project that is on Instagram instagram. Or by the way I've found my found my files for Caparo when we when we interviewed those guys during Caputo. So I'll be get nose up on the PODCAST. Add cast as for now if you want to hear the What what happened with Blyth Baynes are wonderful interview with blades? Beans and Carter so so you can go to mix cloud dot com slash slash inspirational project. And you can hear our K...
Pence and Pompeo in Turkey to meet with Erdogan on Syria conflict
"President trump announced sanctions against Turkey on Monday and tomorrow Vice President Mike Pence and secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet with Turkey's presented when to broker a deal with the United States of America simply not going to tolerate Turkey's invasion of Syria any further and we're calling on Syria to stand down to end the violence and come to the negotiating table but her is defiant saying he won't sign a ceasefire he's tanks them troops now crossing the border and advancing on the Syrian city of members but it's video like this some graphic to show that has the international community outraged Turkeys deployed radical Islamist militias some offshoots of Al Qaeda these groups committing gruesome roadside executions like the death of leading Kurdish political leader have green collapse who was dragged from her car and shot twenty three times if verified this is a war crime as is the targeting of civilians the Kurdish military gave us this video of a convoy packed with people they say was hits by Turkish strike and Blyth's shredded in an instant WII friend from the BBC's just said that pulling out towards the border right now I think we need to leave the line between allies and enemies is moving dangerously fast but not everyone has the option to seek safer ground this is personal this is these are people you know these neighbors friends I don't get to leave exactly this is my job I will just stay here I didn't tell my parents that that here because they will so afraid do you have a plan we don't have any plans neither does the family of that little girl in the hospital who lost her leg Sarah's father says he wants to leave their shattered home and the neighborhood that used to be safe but there's nowhere to go and you sound so sorry and make war
"blyth" Discussed on Back To Work
"No, tell me not go with the changed L asylum. I highly recommend the room. My favorite San Francisco movie. I have I have one favorite the game with Michael Douglas the game. I had not seen the game. And like Siracusa was like you really need to see the gin, really sit. And then I saw it. And I was like this is such a good movie. Yeah. It's really good. It's a real. It's the kind of movie you feel like a really in some ways reminds me a lot because it wasn't nineties movie. But it was it's sort of snack in between the cracks between his famous ventures famous movies. Okay. I don't feel like it's as well known. At least it wasn't to me. But I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was real bought in on you watched fincher robot. Blyth movie death thing on Netflix. Are you an animated you just become an animate? What did you fincher life movie death robot moving? You cannot fight by life death. Robots? Oh life death, robots David Fleischer presents. I I'm going to say, I haven't life death. It just came out. So, you know, dead ends seeing that. Yeah. It's an animated. I think there's it's mixed media. I think there's most of its animation. But I think there's some live which on the net flicks. Yes. Oh that to my cue. Yeah. Kill it up by good. Ma where's your God? Now kill up that show. Good that program in my queue wine at all exclusive Patricia for the rest of the episodes. We'll be talking like a bed impersonation of it would g Robinson. I robots. I'm practicing my my my sort of mid Atlantic accent. But I'm not there. Philadelphia accent. No, I I I've worked really hard to lose that. I can't I sometimes Philadelphia and Baltimore little confused because they sound very similar. I can see that. I can see that. It's they've got a very strange vowel sound, especially Philadelphia is near like a funny kind of like an e or like a funny dip thong in Bellevue. Yeah. I mean, it you also. Yeah. A lot of vows get kind of truncated or pulled out, and you know, so and words are sort of moved together more closely. I'm not doing a good job of explaining it. But they changed the current the current of the money selecting of the words of the where I worked really hard to lose my Philadelphia accident for you man, because it was it I felt maybe unnecessarily self conscious about it. And that I felt like people were aware of it in and drew the wrong kind of attention. I understand I understand. Yeah. That happens a lot with the south where people feel like, oh, I felt like people think sound selling a dummy if Georgia over shore. So like a lot of people want to lose that. But yeah, what l let me do. My let me do my promotion. My final promotion for ungainly X men meet up two days from as a record this. It's going to be on Thursday, March twenty first the ungainly X men meet up four now and the medium-term at least the last of these we will do because our host two cats comics three twenty west portal avenue is closing.
"blyth" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Will become increasingly unhealthy and uninhabitable. Now you and I can laugh at this and recognize it for the ridiculous theory that it is that within twelve years the planet's going to be uninhabitable. This is just as laughable as Al Gore saying by what twenty twelve the polar ice caps are going to have no ice while by twenty twelve there was record ice cover for the polar ice caps and everybody just sort of forgot about wealth, the Paul Erlich very famous clients climate, scientists called the population bomb that if humanity ever hit I believe it was six billion people that there were going to be so many food shortages that humanity would die off. Of course. Everybody remembers Newsweek in the nineteen seventies. The coming ice age you have James Hansen who is a leader in the climate hysteric move. Movement. He has been getting things remarkably wrong for thirty years now. So we can laugh at these. But people particularly millennials are taking this to heart. They really truly believe that there might not be a planet left in a decade. Even cure Ston gillibrand. She's a Senator from New York running for president. She was on CBS news this morning, and she's supposed to be a moderate. She's supposed to be a reasonable voice within the Democratic Party yet. Even she is falling victim to this hysteria. Children to be poisoned by the water. They drink or the air that they breathe the poisoned. They're going to be literally poisoned. Interestingly enough. She is. Right. That people are being poisoned by the water. They drink in democrat controlled strongholds like Flint, Michigan Milwaukee. Wisconsin is set a problem with lead in its drinking water, basically everywhere. Democrats have had control for years they've been ignoring and then lying about the severity. Of leading the water, but this has gotten so severe that on the BBC today. There were a couple of women who are leading a movement not to have children because the climate is going to be so devastating. Blyth Peppino is the founder of what's called the birth strike movement. She says she is going on strike. She is not going to give birth because of climate change Sharma is in. I kind of collapse the natural world is collapsing around us, and that's actually happening right now. And I'm so disappointed by the response by authorities to this crisis. So freaked out by it. Everything I've read. That I've I've basically last year I came to the decision. I couldn't bring a child into that. And I was asking around and people that I know put a little bit out and Facebook unveil is actually quite the people making this decision. Yeah. So he realized it was really really important to tell the public that there are people out there. So scared about this that I feel that they can't actually have a family. Listen to what she's saying they're so scared that they don't believe that they could have a family. They're terrified of what the planet is going to look like they're terrified to bring children into this world because they so buy into this hysterical pronouncement from what essentially amounts to a doomsday cult. You. Tell me what's fundamentally any different from the Democratic Party today saying we're all going to die in climate change, and the people that were putting on Nike's following the HALE Bopp comet remember that in the nineteen nineties wherever that the Heaven's Gate cult you tell me the fundamental difference here in the belief system. I'm not, of course, saying that Democrats are going to be advocate. Mass suicide, but they're already talking about. They've got people honest to God convinced that if you bring a child into the world that it'll be like Cormac McCarthy's the road. It'll be you in that kid walking along a post apocalyptic hell scape. Desperately trying to avoid cannibals in. What way is this responsible rhetoric coming from politics, and there are people who say, well, Dan, Dan, Dan, Dan, Dan, they don't really believe that the earth is going to end in twelve years. They're just trying to kick people like you in the butt to get them convinced that we need to spend ninety three trillion dollars on a green new deal. Riddle me this then Batman, why is Alexandria Cossio Cortez? Still being driven around in an SUV. Why was she just pictured even though she says you can't eat meat because cows far too much, and that's putting too much c co two into the atmosphere. Why is she pictured chief of staff? Having a big hamburger meal. They don't really believe this stuff. But the point is they get you scared enough, and it's clearly working with people like Blyth Peppino Alice Brown is I believe her partner, and she is one of about sixty people in the UK. They have convinced sixty people to not have children to not propagate the species. And I know you might be saying at this point. Well, if they really believe this may be for purposes, it's probably better that the gene pool is not quite so diluted. But they're honestly scared to have children. This is Alice. Brow? Stiflingly is is a struggle. I really do. I'm so depressed. I feel so hopeless over how I'm reading just in the last couple of months, even the insects numbers. Plummeting so fast now threatens the class nature that we're losing losing destroying biodiversity. So quickly that that threatens off on the UN have said that that can lead to the risk of extinction. They were going on TV to say the collapse of civilization could come from. This is so hard to really say within taking and but I have done that. And that has led to. Just a fair that I've never felt before my decision for being on strike and mostly has come from not one thing to pass out fair onto someone else. If if we're in the situation now, even since my parents had me we've destroyed sixty percent of of life on this planet. What would that be like when my child's light? So let me ten cents dots. Not just to do with being you know in nature wildlife, and these yes like, I am not such fee. Dangerous lao. Do you hear what do you hear the fear in her voice? She is honest to goodness convinced that if she brings a child into the world, it would actually be a cruelty inflicted on that child that is such warped thinking that you almost can't even fathom it, but it's being fueled. And it's being fed. Now, what did President Obama very famously say about people in red states who wouldn't vote for they were bitter Clinger's? They bitterly clean. To their guns and religion, the implication is that they're scared. They're scared of change. They're terrified of the world around them. What is this rhetoric doing other than scaring people into a very real fear of having children? And now we're starting to see it. And I'll grant you it is a tiny tiny fraction of people who are not having kids because of climate change. But you're starting to see that calculation factor into millennials actually decided whether or not to have kids. It's no longer can I afford it. It's no longer. What should our lives? Be. Like do. We want four kids. Do we want one kid? Do we want? No kids..
"blyth" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"So I don't know what he why he's doing that. Or if that's I think they were doing some some silent counts. I thought. Okay. So maybe Blyth is Ramon fosters that guy that taps centers leg. And. Yes bird when they're ready to snap the ball. Maybe I don't want to have to look at that. Whatever it is. I've wondered that too. A lot of just stick yalong happens from offense alignment you. Never see defense alignment react to it though. False start is when you lift up out of your stance vertical or a forward nature to it. It comes from your legs not from your arms. But it is interesting that a little flinch is a false start. But if you move your tire armed appointed the guy, it's not a false start. That's what's interesting. But also it's treated that way. You don't see yet offenders jump when the guy moves his arm, and I don't know what that is. You have to play football two. No, I'm sure there's a reason for it though. Now, there was there was there was a college team. I want to say it was like five years ago, and I'm sorry for being so vague on this, but they were running a play where basically, you know, if he was fourth in three they would line up with a punt team. And then they would do a full line ship. Shift. Everyone will pop up the same time and shift over one or whatever they were doing and it was drawn teams offsides awhile. And then finally one time the officials to reflect on call the false start which I think is if you're talking about the sphere the rules abor clearly trying to simulate the start of a play with his giant shift. And I'm I'm I'm all for that. I'm all in. I'm all for. Enforcing the rules as they are intended to be enforced. I am too. I don't like the whole the I won't creativity to come within the formation and after the snap. I don't want to come with with the gimmicks. I guess I kind of talked myself backwards there though, because I said the formation, but I don't like that jumble stuff either. We just saw the patriots and Rams they lined up and they beat the crap out of the offense by scheming it. It was nothing. There's no gimmicks. No tricks. No trades. It was just playing football. There's ways to do it still. So I like I like that what we were going to write that article about how Taylor decker should never been allowed to catch that pass against the Rams back in week thirteen. We might still do it. I want here thing. Mark. Yeah. I feel that wis basin should have done that last week. Why didn't we work on that last week? Oh, that's right. We could have found Mark Barone. We'll get him this off season. He was if you go back and watch that highlight Mark Barron is beside himself with how absurd that whole situation was. One more anti Tom from east Hampton. I know you're gonna like this one. I appreciate this one from Tom. I'll just say I'll say rather the job. So Tom Wright's. I fixed over time. You're welcome. No.
"blyth" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Today reported live from there on Instagram you were there in a more of a fan capacity than he business. True. I don't believe anyone can be a jinx actually want it at the at the worst moment of last night when I hadn't spoken for at least an hour and a half said did I do something wrong. Like, no, no, no. He we we have no actual influence here. But it it feels like it it feels like it was just so it wasn't that they lost. We were talking throw numbers around on all through the week in Georgia nearly thirty one to twenty seven twenty twenty at forty five thirty five. Right on the money out this close. Yeah. Like if they lose that way, you lose twenty four twenty and it's exciting. Like, you're like what a game. This is like this is just like. Death by one hundred paper cuts, although you know, in fairness we went to the third quarter. We were we went with fourth quarter. I almost made it worse. The brand cokes. Play was ended up being the killer. Play Play the the game. game. Both Brandin cooks plays. What one all three of all and the other work. He doesn't stop the interception. Like all you have to do is turn around try, and especially. I think it was fat. Doc defense you dirt. You can't play. You can't blame Brandin cooks for that Ascii Sean about if you're receiver and the Super Bowl is hanging on the line. Let's we've got a big cardboard cut out of them. If you're. Sean the line. Interception happen. Take out the take out the defensive pack. Get the penalty. Whatever you got do this. Or something. It's all three though. So you say the the the throat of Brandin cooks, it's all three of them. It's the one that he could've caught in the court. You one of the few great throws Jason. How are you talking about back in the end zone? Yeah. Jason mccourty. That's the Jason mccourty back at the end zone. Arm held a little bit not too late. No, no. That's that's different play. He had a cooks at a ball in the end zone that forget which TV it was he came in. He had a little hold of the are. Right. Right. That was one of the only great throws a Goffman. That was actually before the interception. Right. Was right before intercept play should have been caught that should have been a tension. Right. But he got the other safety came in and hit him right off the right? It was a catchable on a great throw would've been a great catch. Would you got to catch the play in the back of the end zone which was off throwing ball too late yet? Reception. All Brandin cooks. He threw it late and allowed mccourty to run from the other side of the field to get look. And that's a great play by MacQuarie. Like, sometimes you get your cat. But if Gough and that was the problem all night, if he put some mustard on that football. There's a touchdown. What about some relish relish? Some muster golf was shook. There's no question. He was he was so scared. He was so rattled. And if I mean in fairness he was pressured fourteen times and sacked four. I mean they were in his face higher time. And I just looked at the the pro football focus grades for the offensive line. They are dismal. John Sullivan, Sullivan and Blyth Sullivan life got destroyed and so did haven Stein. Actually, they all get destroyed the only guy scheme either, they'd know counter. Like you saw they I read a story about the patriots were throwing zones at them. They were stacking the box boxy were sort of daring them to ride we couldn't run..
"blyth" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Bradley, Joe, Bradley, and she asks in light of you interview, Michael Palin. What is your favorite Monty python sketch PS, I'm very excited to see you live in Glasgow for the first time. Thank you. Joe very excited to be there. If you don't already know Joe's talking about we are going to be in Glasgow at the Glasgow film festival for live show on the third of March Sunday, the third of March, whether very very special guest, sir. Bloody Michael's bloody shitting Palin himself. Not sure that's the correct form of his name. That's what the queen's going to say. When she chops a sword in his shoulder. And that's legally binding, Chris is your lawyer don't think it is. Okay. For enough. I stand corrected by Michael Palin is going to be on the show. It's amazing. And even more mazing is somehow the show has sold out already. But the may be tickets around the time they may be returns and stuff, but we're. Very very excited to be able to Scotland for that. And see you guys in. And of course, our live show in London. Lots of stuff going on law stuff going on. But anyway, the question from Joe, Bradley, this is gonna be fun one. Because James doesn't know or really like Monty python that well or comedy or joy feel that this question is geared to stem e further into character on brand a shame. But as you say, I don't enjoy sketch comedy a toll. I feel it to be a waste of life. And I don't know of any Monty python sketches that are funny. So I will find this tricky to answer. I do enjoy Brian. I think that's a good good. Dribbling industry. You really are. It's just a waste of skin. How we've talked about your your weird's anti sketch comedy thing before then really want to get into that right now. That's you have said life of Brian and ask because of a lifeline. But I I wanna take a little bit into the multi thing because as a person of a certain age, you would have grown up watching this stuff or shoot a grown up with people quoting this in the playground. Definitely. Okay. That's good pasta. Because it'll make me mad at the soundtrack the Monty python sing soundtrack because someone it for me. Okay. Had a song about a penis on it. The peanuts. I found that slide humor's. Okay. Let's James come on. They will be we're not letting James anywhere near Michael Palin, by the way. Pena's song case, you you say something. I find you Molly funny, and you know, but all the stuff that you did the nineteen sixties is worthless. Blyth Brian is interesting because I am going to allow for the purposes of this is after all movie podcast. I am going to allow the python film..
"blyth" Discussed on FT Alphachat
"Mark Blyth the road center and I met at Fairweather hall at Columbia University. Where on the fourth floor. We found Adam twos in his library. He teaches history. Do you? Remember the library from beauty and the beast. It's a little bit like that. There's a ladder. Nagel that reading though, you can go farther back than the tech. A lot of things we see now an economic time series data go back several decades things start to shift around nine thousand nine hundred union membership inequality debt levels, but when I brought this up Mr. two's, corrected me. It wasn't nineteen eighty. That's just a political shorthand. That's too easy. It started before that the MAC and history really splits the bicentennial for the first two hundred years. Amac is history. The American dream is approximately true true in the MAC was ever meet anywhere on the planet, and since nineteen seventy six for huge chunks of American society is just ceased to function that reality is trickling down. No matter where we started talking with Adam to as we ended up at China. We'll get there in a bit. But we started at Davos. Yes, Davos, he just returned. We asked him about ideas, the things that for those same last four decades, the kinds of people who go to Davos have learned to believe. They genuinely believe that. I mean doubles is adorned with all these incredibly ill posed questions. Like, how do we make a economy that works for eight billion people? How do we design globalization full point zero as it was a software update? You know, this this extrordinary sense that it's a problem within their grass that they can fix. There's basically a total lack of social theory, even of the modernization type, but as not because an essential happened in nineteen ninety s in particular was the abolish of politics and favor of policy. Yeah. I think that's right. That this is a this. This is what fills that fills that back Hume? I mean, even wait I'm sorry. I have to jump in. I don't understand what that means. What I mean by that is that everything became a technical question rather than a political question, which takes all the values that are inherent in all of your technical decisions and makes them disappear. But yes, but also the means there's no room for social movements and means there's no room for an actual organized politics. I did. That this group has an interest, which is necessarily opposed to this one simply becomes a question of what we have a problem, we all the people. The problem is hard to be get the kind of Peru. Superior move where everybody's better off and this endless insistence on positive some solutions. Which of course, then requires a technician to define what it is. And avoids ever having to confront the fact that some solutions might simply be better some people rather than others in which case, it's a distribution lists, you it's question of power, and it's question politics. So, but this is. When we talk about econ one one we're really talking about a very specific kind of discipline. That was taught in colleges in the eighties and the nineties and in the early two thousands. And it said, basically that power dynamics don't exist that if you enter into every contract freely and of your own volition, and that, you know, if you're paid a wage, it must be because that wage reflects your, you know, marginal productivity your marginal contribution to the potato idea..
"blyth" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Second-half action beginning to hear inside the west Fargo Packers high school gym they trail the Moorhead spuds in the baller insurance scoreboard, thirty two to twenty and we are underway. Second-half action. Four point lead for the spuds. They control left to right in their road. Black and orange uniforms with the white trim believe score the first staff eleven points. Rodney Pullen the as it along the right wing kicks it into the near corner for staring into that two three zone of the west Fargo Packers to the right elbow. Jalen Enin, spins around the defender influence for shot for me feet that falls through. Jalen ended with the first basket of the second half for the spuds extend their advantage to thirty four twenty eight quickly that the way here comes less cargo right slept in a travel violation cold on abbey. Dinar ski she came into the paint picked up. Repetitive foot. And as a result turns it over thirty seconds into the second half. Dylan in its first basket of the night by there. One of the leading forces the third leading scorer for the spuds. Does she gets it again at the high post as it nearly ripped away? But a jump ball is call of the possession arrow in favor. Of west Fargo Moorhead turns it over seventeen seventeen just about forty five seconds into this second half six point advantage for the spots. They led by as many as thirteen in that first half makes thirteen four run to finish the final four and a half minutes. Four west Fargo's. Brockton back into this basketball game right side, passion, the corner to Mariah shots finds a cutting abbey. Did our ski inside the lane right handed. Layup is good. The ski goes is off glass for his her first pair of the evening, and now spuds the other way Zimmerman will drop it down baseline for an outside right wing three point shot from fall short rebound. Grab McKenna Becker leading score the first first-half for the Packers thirteen points. She whips ahead in the near corner. A three point shot taken missed by bring decent had uses it to trigger the fast break up ahead. How go off to the trailing in to the right side. Blyth goes baseline pulls up twelve feet too long rebound. Grab by Becker. Ninety seconds into the second half. Thirty four thirty leads spuds over the Packers stolen away by head into the front court Halmi dishes it off their.
"blyth" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"On both sides of the floor is is able to knock home her first free throw. Checking in for Blyth will be Megan how go nine forty six to play first half. Packers back into a single digit deficit. Fifteen six chance to make it eight. Becker, the free throw line, rattles at home. Becker teams leading scored fourteen points, you points per game third in the Easter Dakota conference, but just I two of the night and her team trails by eight Fifty-seven left side, and he goes baseline blocked away by shots. But a foul was called out on the perimeter. That's going to go against Becker. They're going to get Abby Darshana reach in from the sign said, the nurse collect surfers personal foul. Fifteen foul against west Fargo Moorhead inbound on the left side underneath the basket nine thirty four to play first half. They get it to how go back to the top of the key to palmi spin move at the top. Now, swings it to the left into the corner. It goes to Enin skipped past right side pony thought about a three three zone again coming out for west forego, skipped past the left now down low inside the paint to Enin hop. Step kicks it back out right wing three Palmy off right rim. Long rebound grad, thereby shots outlet. Pass up ahead taking my west Fargo, Lauren deamer to the left wing gives it to the baseline. Down low Becker strides away in new pay draws contact. And she'll the free throw line. I'll go with her personal sixteen foul or the spuds nine three to play first half.
"blyth" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Thirty four so far spuds with a couple of substitution back into the game. Samantha holst. No long Zimmerman corny going to the bench, and she's joined by Megan how go second free throws up in their from finding the Packers. Brecca three minutes scoring deficit eleven to five day trail four fifty to play first half of the baller insurance. Horrible. Right to left. Here comes Palmy breaking down the two guard defense double team comes from the west Fargo Packers shifting to a man. Demand. Defense all the dribbling backout double team comes. She goes into the corner of driving baseline there a sham Holst gets knocked away. And now travels trying to clear it out. Was deterred down. Low by double team set up there by bring Diesen along with Koi foul could defense there for the Packers clock. Stop twelve thirty to play first death drilling by six west trying to get it across the timeline. Had the ball racked up right in front of our broadcast purchase stolen away by Moorhead that Santa Blyth scheme back into the ball game. After the loose ball. The behind posts taking there is Sam Zimmerman dumping it. Download back cutting Paul Nishi. She goes up. She gets fouled. You'll head to the free throw line for two. Balmy. Dr J Carlson her head coach earlier this season said that she's one of the top seventy five hundred classmate in the state of Minnesota. Surely quick on our toes in electric score can do so in bunches. A free throw already six points in the early going tonight. As half of the twelve on the board for the spuds appointed advantage. Four morehead is.
"blyth" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Which means you've got three hours on the east coast. We have a liberal up there. Mr producer. No. It's funny. How liberals don't call this show. I try to treat them with the greatest respect. Genius their brilliance and yet they don't call. So let me go to a regular American Mike Blyth, California on the Mark Levin app. Go. Mark. I want to see the president on the this Tuesday at the state of the union address. Yes. Talk to the American people and say the government's going to shut down once again. Because there's no agreement. And second say. That we need to start going for a convention of states. And explained what exactly that would be good because the latter point anyway. No, I think he ought to say, okay. The clock is ticking. I'm gonna pull the national emergencies act out. It's been used fifty one times. It's still thirty two emergencies are still in place. It's been used by presidents before me. I didn't create this law. And we're going to trigger this act because the obviously the Democrats do not want to secure our border and his president United States. I do and let the chips fall where they may. And all the phony conservatives and left wing kooks can cro- as much as they want. Thank you for your call, my friend. Brek Springfield, Missouri. The show me state ks GIF don't show me. Just tell me. I'll. Record anymore thing for all you do on the on the state. I guess listen about the team state solution in hearing how that's the answer. I mean. The third climate of a of a of a of a negotiation all parties, recognize the other party. Legitimacy. It's actually exist. How can you have? From one party in their charter, the Palestinian the rights for state that even enclosed or for and claim they have a right to return, which means wipe them all out. Let me ask you a question. Where was Christianity. Born. Israel. What what city? Lamb said Bethlehem, right? Many Christians are left in Bethlehem. How many Christians are left in the Middle East? Not many while most of the who exists live in Israel tummy, how many Christians exist in in Iraq. Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and all the other little fiefdoms. Well, they're probably in jail if they are very few look what's happening to the Christians in Egypt, even how they're under attack. So the Jews should leave the Christian should leave and what just the Muslims. Exactly. I mean that actually makes no sense. You're exactly right. The. The final four and that's the end game. And why there's so many people on the west that go in with this. Beyond me. I don't know. Let me guess during evangelical Christian. Yes, sir. The best friends of Israel. Absolutely. Absolutely is right. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. I gotta grab this call. Thank you. Alex, Wichita, Kansas. The great NSS go. Hey, mark. Hey, good to talk to you. You got forty seconds. I just wanted to get your thoughts on why you show so hard for Israel, you act like Kamata is like why do I show for Israel? You try to make it all about HAMAs when it's double sided thing, the UN declared, Israel and apart. He the UN declared Israel, a very good. I wish I could reach through the phone and poke you in.
"blyth" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"It was women's March twenty eight twenty eighteen in Los Angeles. I'm bobby. I'm bobby. I'm Steve daily, and they. Bobby and Steve duly. There's nothing that you can say that will convince me that that woman was not engaged in a criminal act. A why did you say something I dip? Are you nuts or something Lee said something general, but she's obviously she doesn't agree or she said that the women were involved voluntarily when people are screaming and pulling down the curses of God upon you and begging allows forgive. Timeout a law man how they have over there. I guess they have a Muslim residents. That's not unusual. But the point that we're trying to make here. Bud. And Robert I don't understand is that Bobby was obviously forcing these women to walk this this hill, and it was excruciatingly painful for a lot of them. And they wanted to get away, and they couldn't and they were in such distress that they were invoking God's name to curse Bobby her. I don't know that sounds real bizarre only that joint chief. Wow. You've gotta be kidding me. What is this place that she's the whole featuring Bobby? I never heard of anything like that before my life. It's a homeowner's association at a at a community. That's a gated community. Oh, here we go. That's right. This this this is duly gated community. Yeah. And we check in with every now and again to find out about lifestyles of the Blyth styles of the jackasses..
"blyth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I mean, I'd have to literally like restrain her from going after them like I'm not going with you in public places because you get so mad show. She's she's fiery now. She's but she's got your back in the same. I'm no problem with it. I think it's great. You know, that's the way it all. Hey, that's what didn't Giselle go at somebody that one time after Super Bowl question. She can't Tom can throw it end catch it. Yeah. But but again, just to put a button on this conversation here this part of our conversation. Tom Brady coming on after the win over the chargers. Insane. Everybody thinks we saw, you know. And so we'll see I mean, somebody with as many trophies in the cases he has and rings on his fingers as he has is using something that somebody said on television. Well, that's what we're talking by. Right. I mean, you can't run as fast as this guy. You can't make as much money as this guy. You can't have the kind of career this player has scores many points. Whatever it is. I mean, we're always your in. But we can't till we can't do. I mean, that's that's your nature because I guess you really think about you're the one percent of the world, and you've been overcoming odds your entire life to be able to play the sport. Where people said it's not likely that you can do it. Well, my my issue with it is this, and this is my end of it. And nobody's gonna cry a river over this, nor should you all also is that I try and do this job from this microphone where the metric of show like this is measured in a way about my opinions. And whether I'm right or not, and I will always say, what's from my heart, and Mike gutten, I will always do it in respectful way. Because I'm not going to be some sort of hot taker for the heartache then to then say stuff and just throw it against the wall. And have that Dan parroted by players who are like see, I told you. So that you're wrong. You're kind of giving them what? They want confirmation that they're being heard. I rather be right than being told that I'm heard, and I think a lot of folks in my business would rather be heard than be right? I think that's a safe assumption. So you're not going to help me out in any way. She still call people out. I know I'm not asking for your help. But you know, you see what I'm saying hundred percent. I agree with you a hundred percent agree with you. There's a lot of people that are just rather be heard Andrew Whitworth here on the rich Eisen show. Okay. So now, it's not just you being motivated by what you hear? Or what you feel you need to prove. It's also being smart. And it's also study your your your colleague on the line and Austin Blyth might have given up a little bit of a ghost here or not. I don't know. But did you know what the Rams the convoys defensive line was doing stunting wise based on a tell that you picked up on film. I would say every week. Really you come in with plan for the team you're playing really what you see them do. And and I don't think it's really, you know, something just telling about the Cowboys in the sense of that. I think what he kinda means like what we'd study with them and the different looks..
"blyth" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"She told the cops. Sweated happened. But she did tell the cops and Jenkins in this other guy were arrested. The other man's trial was first and he was convicted of first degree rape. But before Jenkins truck could start the raped woman decided she had suffered enough throughout the cross examination in the first guys trial. So she refused to testify further. And Jerry Jenkins walked. So Jenkins described how he and Kennedy had driven back to town dump becky's person some other evidence of another bridge. And then he dropped Kennedy at his house Jenkins. Arrived home around two in the morning. Now, his wife wasn't home at the time. But when she did arrive, they fought until after done the next morning groggy instill a little drunk 'cause he inhaled the ocean of beer the day. This Jenkins had another beer little hair the dog, he told police that he'd contemplated surrendering. But while driving around you so Kennedy over coffee at a truck stop on the edge of town. He confessed to feeling guilty and wanted to spill his guts to police then he said that he met Kennedy for coffee and Kennedy threatened his life. If you told anyone would they had done. So they didn't really believe that he had said that to Kennedy. He's just trying to look like he was the innocent one. It's all bullshit. Yeah. So when the case finally went to trial Becky testified against both men. She had to point them out in the courtroom as Kennedy actually taunted her by smiling while sliding his finger across his throat. They were both convicted of first degree murder rape and assault and battery they were sentenced to death, but their sentences were reduced to life in prison in nineteen seventy seven when the Wyoming supreme court overturned the state's death penalty. So every time the two would come up for parole. Becky had to relive that horrible night. Hannity had been appealing for retrial an effort that friends say was very troubling. And frightening for Becky so Becky launched a statewide petition opposing parole for the two men, and she gathered hundreds of signatures, her sisters who were still alive Kelly bridge and Blyth Johnson were among those going door to door getting the signatures with her so Becky had a fairly successful life for a while. She sold advertising for a casper radio station as she got older, and she was a friendly. High functioning woman she loved to play jokes. And she never forgot anyone's birthday. She also had a daughter who she adored. Yeah. But beneath her friendly smile, she was plagued with guilt about Amy Steph. She has survived an Amy had not. And she carried Amy's picturing her wallet for her entire life. So that night in what happened never left her? No. I mean, just put women hedges major PTSD. Yeah. You're right. And I don't know if she got is much therapy as she probably should have. I don't know. But I mean, just living through something like that. It kind of destroyed are really it really kind of destroyed who she was. She was never the same. But she really tried seems like she put it in such an effort to try and get along in life..
The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The latest must have bay area accessories. Respirators and air purifiers by Malir Russell, David Jair kiss trek to his job at Williams Sonoma in San Francisco on Monday sporting and excessively that's in high demand a respirator. He shared a selfie to Instagram captioning. The photo the new normal for walking to work as firefighters may gains on the campfire the wildfire in Butte county people in the bay area. Continued early in the week to deal with poor air quality caused by smoke drifting in from the inferno that nearly wiped out the town of paradise one hundred seventy five miles from San Francisco, though, public health officials continue to urge residents to stay indoors and orange unhealthy. Air alert went out Monday that hasn't stopped people from lining up at hardware stores to get their hands on industrial gray. Facemasks which offer some defense against toxic chemicals and gases, particularly popular are and ninety five particular respirators a mask and filter combination that fits over the face and blocks at least ninety five percent of very small particles in the smoky air, which health officials recommend over disposable face masks, that offer little protection fine articles blowing in from the wildfire can collect in the body to cause persistent, coughing difficulty breathing and reductions in lung function, according to the California Department of public health hardware stores started selling out of masks Friday when residents woke to hazy orange skies and the smell of smoke Renato. Goose Lonnie junior manager of the coal hardware store on fourth street said people in San Francisco freely spend on days like that. They can see if they can smell it. Guess Lonnie said the same thing happened during the wine country. Fires in October twenty seventeen Cole made a dedicated line for mask shoppers. So it could ring up other customers quickly as it did in two thousand seventeen the store has sold out twice since Friday, sending employee's to restock at an ace hardware distribution hob in Rockland over the weekend. Virginia carpenter owner of an ace hardware store. In Berkeley, said she answers calls every few minutes from people looking for face masks. They were back in stock Monday after her son James also in as employees left Sunday morning to pick up thousands of masks and some air purifiers from the Rockland warehouse after unloading his SUV, he went on to work a shift at the cash register. He was overwhelmed by words of thanks from customers. Carpenter said, some shoppers are going online three m accompany best known for its scotch tape and post it notes has three different varieties. Have masks or respirators on Amazon's industrial and scientific bestsellers list. The most popular is in an ninety five model. A box of ten sells for sixteen dollars twenty five cents. Kristen curry who lives in Chico spent the weekend shuttling back and forth to buy masks and other goods in the bay area to take back home her cousin's house burned in the blaze, some of her close friends and colleagues lost parents other relatives and pets curry said she wanted to contribute in some small way. She'd heard that the hardware stores near Chico were selling out of masks as quickly as they could stock them rationing supplies to one box per person curry drove Friday to the bay area to stay with her mom together. They bought out masks from two local hardware stores spending about two hundred dollars. Curry folded down the seats of her Honda element to make room for roughly two hundred twenty masks, new clothing, ensued. Cases and drove north barely able to see out the back. She donated the goods to neighborhood churches, and the Red Cross most of her friends had procured masks by then my intention was to donate as many as I could to the victims paradise. Of course, didn't have any curry said whether or not I could afford it. I was going to figure it out where there's a consumer need. There's a startup and San Francisco has one that's drawn a measure of controversy molecule sells seven hundred ninety nine dollar air purifier that it claims destroys air pollutants as opposed to just trapping them with a fine mesh filter as traditional purifiers do J arou- a co founder and the chief operating officer said the company has seen sales tick up since Thursday when the campfire erupted and began offering same day delivery in San Francisco to meet demand. Some people criticized the startup in tweets and face. Book comments for pricing. It's device. Ohi others called on molecule, which is spelled M O L E K U L E to donate devices to schools and evacuation centers. Everyone is talking about how great molecule is today. Jake Chapman, a tech investor said and a tweet that's great. But can we also talk about how horrifying it is that climate change makes it so only people with a spare eight hundred dollars can afford safe air for themselves and their children Jiao said molecule employee's delivered donated units to the Red Cross evacuation center at the Butte county fairgrounds over the weekend. They're working to get more units out to fire houses and relief groups this week as molecule did during the wine country fires molecule asked its employees to come into the office over the weekend to help with surging demand without blinking. The team showed up rows said dozens of schools across sonoma's yolo. Boot contra Costa and other counties in the area of the smoke trail from the campfire were closed most school districts in the bay area remained open local administrators make the decision based on air quality reports and conditions in their local communities when air-quality drops to unhealthy levels. San Francisco unified school district limits time spent outdoors and closely watches students with asthma and other health conditions. According to gentle Blyth, a deputy superintendent most public schools as well as many private schools were closed Monday for Veterans Day severance, Iskoe chronicle staff writer, Jill Tucker, contributed to this report.