20 Burst results for "Bonte"

Feminism with Miranda Hine, Saraya Stewart and Natalie Bochenski

The Guilty Feminist

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Feminism with Miranda Hine, Saraya Stewart and Natalie Bochenski

"A feminist. But today I went to see a feminist autism in Brisbane and I was very tired and I couldn't remember what is also called so when the Gallery. I said to someone with a woman attics woman in Germany so something to do with women very tired woman. Any woman woman ask. I'M A FEMINIST. But last night we played in Sydney. It's my first time in Australia. And when I arrived staying in Newtown in Sydney and looked up the best places for Lesbians Go Sydney the top of the list described as the Lesbian Mecca. Was You town Sydney? So can I just hold up there on the cultural sensitivity of Lesbian Mecca? Oh could we -solutely yeah decorate from the article so you have to send you a constellations? Ortis rental anyway after the show selling merch. Everybody in Australia is incredibly hot by the way. I'm not just saying that everyone is so hard is all of these whole quiz around the most able and we'll I was packing up the merge boxes. We're really heavy in our in front of all the quiz I lifted out myself and then as soon as they were gonNA jets carried by state. Jonah's Sarisi Razi. Jeff did it stop fucking so can I just say by the way sometimes and say you shouldn't do an Australian accent a because it sounds like you're taking the Piss and I really am not. I understand exit very hot because it was the accent all the boys hod when I was a teenager. All the Boise didn't fancy me. Had that accent so I still find it hard and actually this is what. I'm focused butts and off piste one. I'm FM'S BART MY YOGA TEACHER IN. Bonte the other day. Holy Hell and he had that real like he's no one. I'd I'd sort of marry on for a site but he's there was something about that. Real surfer dude wouldn't be compatible with him and I talked me long term. I mean for an afternoon. He was really times really sort of that blonde. You know and he was so yoga re as well and he kept like coming and when they sort of readjust. You adjusting may write a firm. He was quite strict and I was like dude. I'm a FEMINAZI. I am a feminist Bart. Today I told Grace Petri that she was Kohana which he'd Australia is. The Lesbian version of what a gay man refers to as bad. She's like a little kid Koala. She's furry like hair on a heads she's like. This is not what I thought. This is going to be so. I just thought I could see even intrigued stock. That is not a thing by the way you should say here in a lesbian bar. Nobody calls anyone a Koala made up the spoke for you bought. I feel it could take off. Koalas seeks Queens. Clemencia can't Kency break. Let's just one piece. I'm a feminist but when I was nineteen I was on the TV quiz. Show the Weakest Link Yeah. Did you watch that much Australia? Was it presented by Anne Robinson here? I'll fuck. This isn't gonNA work. I think it is. I think it was very. She was very young uptight meaningless woman and her whole thing was she insulted people so I went on the show and I didn't get very far off in the second round but in interrogations people who voted for me and Robinson this woman. Why did you vote for grace isn't because she's younger and prettier than you? Fuck you fuck Jane. You always remember the names the ones that bullying song about. Can you sing off that tonight? The only bit I remember is a line that said it was Jane a Secretary From Suffolk. And why she voted for me. I don't give a fuck. I've gotten better is very how cintos nineteen reeling has. She's come on in leaps and bounds. I'm a feminist but yesterday I sincerely said the sentence genuinely in a discussion backstage at the Sydney. What stops me from sleeping? With Barack Obama is my loyalty to Michelle where I live. Sometimes I just didn't that moment I was like no because of Michelle because of our friendship. We were on the same bill. We spoke of the school together. She didn't see me is because we'll speak. She had so much security around her and he got another or you don't you don't have to. I'm a feminist anything that stops me sleeping with Michelle Obama's loyalty to Barack Obama

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"bonte" Discussed on The Restless Ones

The Restless Ones

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"bonte" Discussed on The Restless Ones

"When we talk about level foreign level five autonomy. I think that's where thinking, even in the earlier cases of autonomy, it's important to have five G., and to have persistent reliable communications, but I think with the complete autonomy. You need a lot more persistent connect to eighty. So, let's take though. connected connected autonomous car if the car knows. That? It's going from point A. TO POINT B.. And it knows that. It's constantly adapting for the optimal route and it's collecting the data from not only It's surroundings, but from the infrastructure. On the weather, information and Everything that? The car needs to know to take the bus and safely from point a to point B. and such kind of persistent connected with will help. Right to not only find the most efficient path so to reduce the carbon footprint so a news start stock moshing up, though videos levels of autonomy and your augmenting the human intelligence to award that ninety five percent the error rate you need that real time power and connect with you with five G. hopes that real time decision making because you have near. Near real time processing of the data I think technology is such a critical enabler across all four of the transplant connectivity. We've already gone from their behalf. Level one connected with just having connector connected with the at the hardware level too now we are moving into much more personalized service. Do you want to use those own native voice functionality in the car? Or do you want to connect your Alexa profile? To the car and use Alexa to wake up your car or better yet, use Alexis embedded code. And name your car. Whatever you want to name it your call your car. Bob Boone say Bob Wake Up, and then it knows that you're trying to activate. On the car. So. That is supposed to is Asian to then moving to convenience i. know where you are. I know the all these sensors that are there on your body and in the car that you're hungry or you have a medical emergency. That I'm sending in the event of a medical emergency. I'm sending an ambulance to you. This with some. Level of information to who are the medical technicians that are coming to us, saying this is what we have collected through the census in the car on the body. Right. And then moved to electrification. Is Not just about the the powertrain in the car, but if you are running charge leading the car to a safe place. So that, you can charge the car. And then shared mobility was possible for Uber or anyone because of technology. Right the technology is playing a central role in almost all of the disruption that we seeing in the automotive industry, and that's why the tech industry taking such a keen interest, because they know how to take data create patterns with the data and provide convenience beaches. Yeah, I've noticed that and I've said this that that cars I think kind of represent the tip. Tip of the spear when it comes to allow the technologies you were specifically alluding to what would you say is the most exciting thing from your perspective with the way digital technology is is integrating into the automotive industry in general I think if you look at today, that are you know? Software is becoming a lot more embedded in the car van before. Today? There are about a hundred million lines of code in the car. And with complete autonomy, which is level four level, five autonomy the car we're talking about three hundred million lines of code, so that means an increase off sensors. Collecting the data. And I. Think for me. The most exciting is when this technology starts making an impact on saving human lives when the technology starts making an impact on avoiding traffic congestion or managing the traffic flow an improving the productivity. That's great insight as well. We'll be right back with more of my conversation with Bonte Giamatti right after the break. You know who you are. A boundary pusher, a big thinker in the relentless pursuit of the next big innovation for your business, t mobile for business knows that the future demands true workforce mobility, and in the new era of five G. being able to assess the needs of your company in real time could transform every day functions the five G. Revolution has begun, and the future of businesses like yours will be powered by advancements in five gene networks built to reach more people in more places without slowing you down, t mobile for business can help you realize the.

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New 3D Printing Extruders Are Coming Your Way

3D Printing Today

06:33 min | 1 year ago

New 3D Printing Extruders Are Coming Your Way

"Time for US talk about Three D. printing again and there are announcements. Well actually they've been announced for a while and hopefully by now we will have some of them of a whole bunch of new extruders souders starting with one which we're GONNA be talking in detail about. I think next time around the time after the zesty nimble they're coming out with their version into and they should have shipped mid December but we all know how dot goes so. Hopefully we have them now. I've ordered three of them for the tool changer. Because the value that they sent me worked so beautifully however I will probably also beginning the second extruder that was announced earlier last year in December actually before December the three D Amirah which was originally called the Hermes. They changed it to Amarah. I wonder what else did a Hermes in three different than could be And and and While the zesty nimble comes with breath Basically just the extruder system and the cable that attached to the stepper the Humira and the next extruder that we're going to mention comes with the stop promoter. Attached the E. Three Homero is Pretty special in that it it customizes the casing of the stepper motor to have within it a dual wheeled a dual Hobday gear extra a feeding system. That has the shortest path from from the gear to the hot end. That I think I've ever seen it's really really interesting. Very very interesting design Kind of a very similar to bonte contact. The both sides of the filament have geared hob gears that are driving it also it has a very interesting heat sink underneath the fan which is designed to drive the air away from the hot end area Very innovative. They put a lot of engineering into do it. We're looking forward to try and get. Unfortunately though in my opinion they use the mid sized stepper motor versus the pancake sized stepper motor odor. Not sure why I need to talk with them more about that. I've heard that they may be coming out with a version with the pancakes is that is the smaller stack. So it's much lighter. Maybe half the weight of the mid sized stepper and in in my experience when I've switched to to these smaller steppers. Yeah the Torque is less but it's still well within tolerance and I save a ton of weight which makes for a much higher quality quality print. So we we will probably be getting a hammer and I'll be shoehorned into one of the tools of the tool changer for comparison sake. Hopefully we'll see how things go in the near future. Yeah what I don't understand about this designers. They're going to all this trouble to make you know there's all these custom parts it's quite expensive. I like the The driving you know the dual driving from both sides but Yeah but they're not the first guys to come up with that but I can sort of justify it. In terms comes of reducing weight you know keeping the parts as minimal as possible and reducing the overall weight of the extruder but then they make a Boden version of it. I don't I understand. I understand why you'd care about the weight. Convert on tech bomb attack has the same thing with the boat and version of the BMG. So possibly they're seeing themselves competing beating with the bond market. Well the bond tech is. That's just that's a really good extruder Yummy do you. Don't care so much about the weight you're looking at the. You know the dual drive live systems and this is a dual drive system. So we're hoping that is at least as good as the bond tech for their sake. It'd better be better be or they're not gonNA sell many on one thing that they like to push that you you just screw in the thermal tubes for any of their extruders I mean. They're they're hot blocks so they're volcano their V six all their different hop block designs. Pathway designs will fit to this. So it's it's pretty versatile for their for the tool we'll change your though The folks he three D have come up with bolt on parts. So that it'll go onto the tool plate however you know that's a lot of weight you've got the stepper motor for this camera. You've got the small stepper motor for the tool control. You've got all the carriages. That may be too much much. Wait for the tool changed your. But we're GONNA find out we're going to testify ourselves and compare it to a tool. That has a zesty nimble on it which only adds like ninety four grams versus nine hundred something grams quite a bit of a difference and then we have a third extruder. That was announced right before Christmas. From the folks at Micro Swiss these folks make some really Nice nozzles and Philemon Thermal tubes they've come up with a design that's a direct replacement for for the CR ten in the ender three basically replaces the entire X. carriage however again the it's a mid sized stepper that's writing in the X. Axis which can be a problem however on these machines you don't print as quickly the Mendel based where the the bed is in the Y axis which is a mental based usually you don't print more than sixty at Mac sixty millimeters unders per second whereas the machines were thinking of usually around eighty millimeters per seconds. Does it make a difference. Time will tell. We'll find out I I don't know I We may explore one of those. I'm my my gut. Tell me again. The zesty nimble may be the better approach. One thing looking at the picture that they have on their website the path distance from the actual geared feeder down into the tube is fairly long and that could become a problem in the heat sink. Looks kind of small tiny heat sink. They have to get the the stepper motor up over the the horizontal Gantry bar so that's why it has to be that far. I would have positioned at forward and reversed it. Yeah you could you could do that But then you're putting in all this weight that's cantilevered out from the the linear motion Crusades off. Yes it can be done. It's just a matter of you. Know Designing Zayn balancing out the different

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Raiders' Burfict suspended for rest of season

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Raiders' Burfict suspended for rest of season

"Let's move to Indianapolis. We're vont is perfect was up to his old tricks yesterday getting from the raiders win over the coals for a dirty already hit on tight end Jack Doyle for blew kisses to the fans on his way out but he also just kissed the whole season goodbye with the NFL suspending the controversial linebacker actor for the rest of the year explaining the perfect history of rules violations was a factor in the decision question here is should Baez Bursik pick be allowed to play in the NFL again at all. Oh yeah absolutely this is just the next step in terms of penalty and severity of pounding when you you talk about this so season long who five million dollars basically just burned up again on top of the four point. Two million dollars in fines and loss is game checks. He's already accrued over his career this so yeah he deserves another chance you know part of the opportunity that it comes from penalty is the redemption so you gotta give them that fell. XFL No no no not yet twenty nine NFL why I look this takes us back. Let's not get too political denying these strikes law remember that you how does that look in history. Now I get it yes. There's the league common called the XFL for X. NFL players early in the morning I was it's like I watched a highlight video of his collection of hits and then I thought they had problems with this dude at Arizona state over dirty hit yeah. XFL Noman Trust your gut. Your intuition is six million times faster than cognitive dot and you know what that means. Whatever you felt I is what you should have went with those star watching it over and over again and talking yourself into a different mindset. XFL I'm wit coming back next year. People are resting in the hall of fame that made their careers off of hitting the way Vantera perfect hits so the reality and that's truth. That's not up for debate. You can you know the NFL chains changes in it evolves but the reality of it is is that now we're looking at what what we talked about and discussed before with this crisis is the is there officials crisis this is there a player safety crisis and this is yes screams yes because the reality of it is. Is that a targeting hit yes but make me play. Agai- they can agree just enough to say he shouldn't play again. I don't I disagree with that. He should be able to play a game salute after he spent a year to the XFL proving. He knows how to play football the ball. I say bringing back the been fined for for July updates a lot. We have a number on that because I know it's a lot because this isn't the first time we've talked about these issues shoes in Arizona State. He's had a history of this throughout his career and being an offensive player. Obviously has a team. I see why you signed A. I think how what does it take. I have kids and so I can tell my child to keep they keep doing the same thing over and over and over again but they're learning by the time they get older. I would expect for them to stop doing this Bontes burfoot. He has not learned. I'm saying look you're going to jeopardize people. You hidden man in the top of his head. Who Miss Could Win got even worse. Maybe cracks his neck naked. Guy Can't play anymore. You're not learning then. You're blowing kisses on top of it after you've been through all that much trouble. I say I hate to say this but obviously you need a little break. Take not more than just this year. You're not learning told me thirteen suspense. That's it. That's it that's thirteen. You've got to me got taken away. His the thirteenth strikes law. I always I'm always I've always been a perfect apologised. I love the way he plays I love his passion. If you know the guys he's an awesome young man. I just just I get it and I totally agree with where you're coming from. What you're saying Oh when I said it wasn't I just think I just think that it is truly rooted and the players safety crisis that the NFL we know that deal with what's not in it for him. this is what makes them and this was going to break. Kim Is the fact that he knows he has limited physical skills. So what he's always done is make up for that the curse of the gifted in a sense of he knows he's not so gifted so he's going to go out there and try me knows exactly knows what how physical here's smash everything about this from launching lean to the duck head am basically trying to spear somebody. They've been trying to tell this do for six years. Cut that out. God is not allow. He refuses to accept that and whatever it's rooted in. They got rules that up to prevent it. He won't follow follow him. I get it I've talked to people that swear by volunteers perfect off the field and on the field he was a captain this year. No I get it but people wearing off all to fear those of us did watch him on the feels like hey man and I'm defended him in the past but this is a bridge too far. Let me ask you this. Why didn't the NFL suspended for life. That's an option. Why not probably be because they plan on him? Perhaps returning to the NFL fail but I'm the question where I wouldn't do you wouldn't do. I wouldn't let this do go playing Vince McMahon's Lee and show me some proof before I ever allowed you back back in the NFL because I'm GonNa tell you this man. I'm GonNa tell you this what the NFL has to be worried about. Let's say let him back in and he does paralyzed by the next time they're going to be involved in the lawsuit that comes to that's true. You seen this guy thirteen times. You've seen Antonio Brown. All kinds ads guys and you kept let me back in the league the lease hands maybe tied this this remained the suspension made this be the first step the bigger the bigger or conversation is you have to do this and you have to set the standard in the bar so nobody else decides to slip back. That's why he needs to go with that. But now you agree when I once told me said I totally understand y'all's

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"bonte" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"He's like, you assure you wanna go to New York. We worked so hard to get out of there. I get that going to New York interesting that he was more concerned about where you were going to live than what you were going to do for a living. We always certain that art was what you were going to pursue. Was there ever a time you ever wanted to be anything else aside from none? No, that was it. Yeah, I just I just knew. I mean, I doubt a little bit because I thought at the beginning I'm gonna need a job. Maybe I should focus more on graphic design or marketing and we this new professor there that was coming from that field, but it was really the the history of art that just sucked me in. And there's just so much still to learn their about civilizations in history that still inspire me. You went to New York, you earned your master's from Brooklyn college. And you've said that you selected the school because Philip perlstein the painter and Lee Bonte q. the sculptor taught there. What was it about these two artists in particular that drew you to Brooklyn college? Well, at that time, it was like nineteen Eighty-six. There still aren't a lot of really well known female artists that had teaching jobs, and so to have someone of the caliber of leak Bonte q. teaching at Brooklyn was complete draw. And Philip perlstein was the only artist I knew who was living. But also making a living from his art and they were just so prominent. I thought that's where I wanna study. These are two really good role models for me to you sense that you didn't wanna work within a single artistic genre. In the same way that when you were a kid, you were doing poetry and guitar and art as an artist, you are now defined by multiple artistic outlets and pursuits. And again, have a lot of range. I know that was never my idea now. No, I thought it was just gonna make paintings my whole life. I mean, actually in a can't remember exactly now, but my undergraduate degree I think is in painting and drawing and I think my graduate degrees in painting printmaking. So only two dimensional Needham's. I never even studied sculpture. So when did the sculpting begin? You know, people or institutions contact me and offer me opera tune ity, and I try to kind of creative problem solve and figure will what's the right. Image or form. What's the right content to match this moment in time? And a lot of times painting just wasn't the answer. And so I'm like, all right, I'll learn how to do this and I love new information. So I mean, I'm like, okay, all are not a skull marble. Yeah, no, yeah. Figure it out. I'm a good mimic. You know soon. Interesting. Your major debut on the art scene came in the early nineties. When you released a polaroid and watercolour series of erotic system that flew in the face of the heterosexual paradigm. Many came from your perspective participating in various sex acts, bringing the viewer intimately into your life. Patty was at daunting releasing something so personal so intimately. Sexual, you know, I feel like I'm supposed to say yes, but the answers, frankly. No. Because my question was if we think about Kobe, the sleepers right Kobe's on one side of the room, famous nineteenth century French painter, right? And these two women just having finished me love on a bed on the other side of the room. Well, what do you do? If you're the cultural producer, you're the artist and you're one of those women. So my question was, what does it look like within that erotic space? Not looking from the outside at that Roddick space, but in the center of it. Yeah, and I just thought, well, this is a really interesting aesthetic, but also conceptual problem I wanted to solve. Did you see it also as performance art in any way? Oh, yeah. They're definitely documents of performance, especially the Polaroid's because that's so immediate. It's hard to document these kinds of things with watercolor in the moment, but polaroid it's really easy. And did you feel shy or nervous about exposing yourself literally and figuratively? I'm thinking just for my own. Point of view now. So forgive these questions. I could never ever do that ever then or ever in the future. I don't think they're silly questions you everybody's different, but it it was a very specific moment in New York history..

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"bonte" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"My con- accountability for my family for the suffering my community and do something to make some changes in saw spent twenty plus years in prison trying to make a difference. In my life. Go back to school being certifies counselors of looking with the us and creating programs in prison. So that men and women can be inspired can pass them opportunity to changes today. I am working in the community advocate for health. And I'm hoping and praying blasting governor Brown forgave us apart because you have the power. His case is far from unique forty-three Cambodians were deported in April and within the last month ice, immigrations customs enforcement has detained about thirty more Cambodian refugees in California with similar cases. And according to the Asian Americans, advancing, Justice and advocacy group. That's calling on the governor to issue the pardons assembly met, rob Bonte as one of the California lawmakers backing their efforts to counter President Trump's deportation practices. California evergreens are under full frontal assault from the federal administration period. With the sharp increase in immigration arrests and deportations under the Trump administration especially targeting immigrants with old convictions obtaining apart in can be an effective defense and protection against deportation. Although those convicted of crimes bay spent years rehabilitating themselves into productive law abiding residents, formerly incarcerated immigrants face the. Risk of being sent back to countries where they often have few if any ties many such as southeast Asian refugees come here as children. And no no other country than this one. This would not be the first time governor Brown takes a stand against Trump's deportation policies Brown pardoned five Cambodian ex-convicts facing deportation in March and another three in August drawing. Sharp criticism from the president assemblyman, David Chiu of San Francisco also voiced support today for these pardons. We need to stand by our brothers at our brothers and.

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"bonte" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Lilama Bonte over the weekend to drive when the kids in the car, including Lila realized that the driver something was terribly wrong. Thought he was drunk or high. He was overly Hoffman. He was acting really weird. You say that he was he was driving a radically actually hitting Kerr he hit occur. Plus, we told him to take us to McDonald's hit the curb. Hostile call nine one one. He and Suffolk. Police have arrested. Russell home. Fifty eight years old a driving school instructor driving's full was contracted with Suffolk community college percents that they are reviewing their policies and their contract with a tough county driving saw. You have one job. Okay. Teach kids how to drive the two most basic rules when it comes to driving is what was one of the most basic rules when it comes to driving always pay attention to shut up as Lee was one of the most basic rules when it comes to driving and keep your hands. Yes. Are basically yellow right? But other than that, the two most basic rules, and it comes to driving is where seatbelt and don't drink and drive. Okay. All right, gentlemen. We. Have you tried to teach kids what not to do behind the wheel of older the basics? Right. These kids had to convince this guy to pull into a McDonald's. That's how I know. He was drunk Godot nothing so up liquor like McDonald's. All right. They had to promise this man, a sausage egg. And cheese MC Griddle just that he could get to a location to escape. Now. Russell was arrested on aggravated DWI and endangering the welfare of children and only lesson. He taught these kids was one they should already know. And that's highways. Can't be the choice is yours. All right. Don't drink and drive. Police. Give Russell coined the sweet sounds of the Hamiltons..

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"bonte" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"A bunch of brand new laws in the Santa California on the governor has signed one thousand sixteen of the twelve hundred laws potential laws that were on his desk. And some of these may sound like big giant nothing burgers to you. And they are, but it'll get I let you inform about I inform. You of them just to let you know the status of priorities in the state of California because you're gonna go y Appleton. Are you even talking about this again? It's just like, well, here's what we do with your money. Dr disclosure, this is from Richard panik democrat in Sacramento. Senate Bill eleven forty eight. This one is going to be greeted with some partisan is I'm sure when medical providers in California are disciplined for ethical violations like gross negligence, substance abuse inappropriate prescribing or sexual misconduct. They now can be placed on probation. It allows them to continuing it allows them to continue to practice for a period under restricted conditions. So starting in July of two thousand nineteen your physician surgeons podiatrists, acupuncturists, chiropractors osteopathic and neuropathy match. Naturopathic. Doctors will have to inform you if they are on probation before they can treat you. In some cases. A lot of these people lost their license, and we're not able to practice anymore. But now, it's a more softer gloved approach that allows them to continue practicing. But they have to inform you I'm on probation for sexual misconduct. I'm on probation probation for taking drugs. What do you make of that? I can see where some of you would not be happy with that. At all. But bats the. Sort of temper of the times that we live in that's willing to forgive and forget and move on. Remember, you know, if you if you create a crime if you perpetrate crime your victim to you didn't do anything wrong. Assembly bill. Seventeen ninety three from rob Bonte democrat abou- Lameda morale. Many Republicans got their stuff through.

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"bonte" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"I'm not too sure in the venue or date or anything yet, but in December. It is. Have, no. Why not? I bring a crow in Dolan also. No problem. I lo- fight and Arden love marriage people in and it's going to be a good night. It's gonna be a good night. Now. What about staying at this way class? Yeah. You wanna stay really christia. So you've done at one forty? Five non don't say don't. Okay. Never. Never don't. I'm gonna. I'm definitely going back to forty five, but for now. But for noise this my next. I'll see sale do play by ear, but my next waco's move as Milosevic than I'm STAN. I'm gonna work. Okay. So it is making Harker while wanna become world champion. It wasn't difficult was not. Nothing's easy. Nothing's easy. So it isn't, but it's doable. Do the bullets move but you doing so well, one forty, five. Why go through the stress of having to cut the extra ten pounds because I'm I'm young. I can't do it. Okay. When I get the twenty four twenty five probably won't be able to do it then. So I'm to be combed Bonte my chomping then when I'm unable to make to me, I wanna balk by okay, become the one forty five point in and then maybe even later twenty twenty nine thirty. I could go up to fifty five road. So that's that's my plan. So there was no part of you that thought maybe I too much weight. I wasn't as quick. No, whatever the case may be felt great. Yeah, there's not. I'm not Joe excuse no excuse. He set me. Nope. He sent me a brilliant on the fee caught me at lovely won't too strict on the middle actually thought he was going for hook and I went like this because I thought it was going to come around. And as I went like that, he just coming inside in company just straight up here and I was gone. I was gone. I don't. I shot in after after the but I don't even remember then he kicked me to the fist, but I was I didn't even see that thing. I was gone. So I was gone completely. I didn't even see. Didn't even know. He kicked me until watch the video while so I was gone, fair folks him. And when you watch that video, you said you watched one hundred five hundred times whatever it is. Like, what? What is it do inside feel like, yeah, makes me feel absolutely sick. Why did he watching it so I can learn from? So I can become world champion, and that's exactly what I'm gonna. Do you see new things every time you watch it and it must piss you off, right? How could I let this. Happen. Why did I do? I let second. Then I figure out hardy fix it and my mind going, I should have rather than go on box. Why did I say I should have done that? And that's that's what world champions through exactly what I'm gonna do and a world champion is what I'm going to be Mark me words on it. I'm going to be a world champion, so I'm whatev- dreamed of what I'm going to be. It's what I'm working towards. Unim- knock when he saw up until it is in people going, this is going to finish him. That's him. Don't know ma'am, twenty one years old on the twenty one years old. These people are saying, we're drinking cons of beer living in their minds business, the twenty one years old. You know what I'm saying? Nothing's going to stop me Earl, I, I'm, I'm better than the. I'm better than that. I'm looking forward to going back in into the gym, improving the people that believe in it. Right. I'm not here to prevent one wrong. Never have been. Never will been. Then people don't modern me so they don't the people that have a rowing me moderate to me when when my family when my team or my coach comes to me and says, says something that means no, like don't in..

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"bonte" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"I'm not too sure in the venue or date or anything yet, but in December. It is. Have, no. Why not? I bring a crow in Dolan also. No problem. I lo- fight and Arden love marriage people in and it's going to be a good night. It's gonna be a good night. Now. What about staying at this way class? Yeah. You wanna stay really christia. So you've done at one forty? Five non don't say don't. Okay. Never. Never don't. I'm gonna. I'm definitely going back to forty five, but for now. But for noise this my next. I'll see sale do play by ear, but my next waco's move as Milosevic than I'm STAN. I'm gonna work. Okay. So it is making Harker while wanna become world champion. It wasn't difficult was not. Nothing's easy. Nothing's easy. So it isn't, but it's doable. Do the bullets move but you doing so well, one forty, five. Why go through the stress of having to cut the extra ten pounds because I'm I'm young. I can't do it. Okay. When I get the twenty four twenty five probably won't be able to do it then. So I'm to be combed Bonte my chomping then when I'm unable to make to me, I wanna balk by okay, become the one forty five point in and then maybe even later twenty twenty nine thirty. I could go up to fifty five road. So that's that's my plan. So there was no part of you that thought maybe I too much weight. I wasn't as quick. No, whatever the case may be felt great. Yeah, there's not. I'm not Joe excuse no excuse. He set me. Nope. He sent me a brilliant on the fee caught me at lovely won't too strict on the middle actually thought he was going for hook and I went like this because I thought it was going to come around. And as I went like that, he just coming inside in company just straight up here and I was gone. I was gone. I don't. I shot in after after the but I don't even remember then he kicked me to the fist, but I was I didn't even see that thing. I was gone. So I was gone completely. I didn't even see. Didn't even know. He kicked me until watch the video while so I was gone, fair folks him. And when you watch that video, you said you watched one hundred five hundred times whatever it is. Like, what? What is it do inside feel like, yeah, makes me feel absolutely sick. Why did he watching it so I can learn from? So I can become world champion, and that's exactly what I'm gonna. Do you see new things every time you watch it and it must piss you off, right? How could I let this. Happen. Why did I do? I let second. Then I figure out hardy fix it and my mind going, I should have rather than go on box. Why did I say I should have done that? And that's that's what world champions through exactly what I'm gonna do and a world champion is what I'm going to be Mark me words on it. I'm going to be a world champion, so I'm whatev- dreamed of what I'm going to be. It's what I'm working towards. Unim- knock when he saw up until it is in people going, this is going to finish him. That's him. Don't know ma'am, twenty one years old on the twenty one years old. These people are saying, we're drinking cons of beer living in their minds business, the twenty one years old. You know what I'm saying? Nothing's going to stop me Earl, I, I'm, I'm better than the. I'm better than that. I'm looking forward to going back in into the gym, improving the people that believe in it. Right. I'm not here to prevent one wrong. Never have been. Never will been. Then people don't modern me so they don't the people that have a rowing me moderate to me when when my family when my team or my coach comes to me and says, says something that means no, like don't in..

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"bonte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The brothers and the local imam. The role many people here still reluctant tour They closed up among themselves some of them were always together park talking but you never. Heard anything weird in the. Conversations they had one person who. Knew the men well talked to, us anonymously his. Words are translated he saw signs of radicalization a. Year before the attacks the kids did this in spite of the fact they had an. Easy life alive with a job family Gara alive the. Dream for most people I think they. Were missing something they heard avoid a spiritual void a religious void let's say they didn't know. Enough about the religion maybe they had some, kind of. Rage or or perhaps someone created that rage in them, someone used these rates to the bad things to others the self. Proclaimed imam Abdel back here Saturday was older than the others and had links to. Extremists going back more than a decade he was. Also well, known to the authorities his phone One point, was tapped by Spanish intelligence he went to Brussels. At the start of two thousand sixteen to. Try and become an imam. Police officers there had. Concerns about him but information was never formerly shared between. Spain and Belgium as Hans Bonte the local mayor in the area of Brussels told us first of all on the. Belgian level of policemen from. The local level put that information. In the federal Belgian databank to, get more information. But that information never never came to us also. Clear that the Russell lack of information exchange between the Catalan police federal Spain police initially. This look like a titan itself contain group of friends. Perhaps lead by Saudi but those leading. The investigation of told us they now believe it was something much wider Manila Castelveter is head. Of counter-terrorism investigations for moss the Catalonian police, resorted mentors Our. Main concern right now is basically the international. Connections in some ways within that they some brain outside of the pain, maybe, in Europe. Or, maybe in a conflict zone in the woman someone who, made them carry out, this attack evidence we've seen from multiple investigations, shows that the men were connected to wider, Jihadist networks with members of the cell traveling and contacting people widely across Europe Some of the strongest connections are to, Paris the men were caught on a speed camera here. Days before the attack and made phone calls people.

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"bonte" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That a lot of schools got a lot of shooting threats so my school did and so i was really scared at school and so i had all these emotions and i didn't know how to deal with them and so planning this was my way of kind of dealing with my emotions but also coping with them zoe benjamin junior at french american international high school in san francisco tells me why they're lobbying for stricter gun laws like there are so many people who are able to vote and don't and we're we're not able to and so we've all it was really important to be able to find another way to find that voice the student leaders have organized their peers into lobbying groups when they get to sacramento they'll split up and head to offices all over the capitol dome meet with lawmakers share personal stories and advocate for a series of gun control bills pending in the legislature among them ab three it would raise the age for buying rifles and shotguns from eighteen to twenty one it was introduced by bay area assembly member rob bonte bonte says these in person meetings really do make a difference as legislators when you can sit in a room what i want in hear someone story there's almost nothing more powerful to help inform your your actions your legistlation and when when it's this message this particular message which is adults you're failing us we're dying do something to make us safer i mean doesn't get more powerful than that ruby and the others aren't expecting change overnight they see this trip as a learning experience a chance to build some political muscle they see the real goal is building a network of students who will advocate for themselves long into the future i'm vanessa franken you take you we d news ever heard of techno you tokenism that's the belief that technology inherently makes the world a better place and it's a big part of silicon valley's dna but it's getting some heat engineers are speaking out criticizing things like social media echo chambers widespread personal data collection and the promotion of conspiracy theories like this one on youtube there are some facts about vaccines that the mainstream media isn't telling you but that's not going to snow on x youtube worker has made it his mission to show how.

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"bonte" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Of course they're going to think differently it's a given you may want owners to act a certain weight and do certain things accordingly they don't have an obligation to especially when they're not the ones you're protesting just something to think about it really is editor eight say espn editing seven to nine three seven seven six back with your calls in the minute you listen live to stephen on this just what you're in the middle of stephen with show podcast you gotta be kidding me espn's very own adam schefter an m listen inside extraordinaire is reporting that bengals linebacker bontes bertha ct is facing a four game suspension for violating the nfl's performance enhancing drug policy pending appeal pearl leagues office why am i reading at nba allstar weakened who do i run into i run into von test birth and i gotta tell you it was a real present pleasant conversation we sat around and rat with each other a little while talked him in the boys cool do you know was making a case for himself how he gets a bad rap sometimes and may some valid points you know not told him you listen you got my number i'm here just a phone call away there's a perspective you feel the need to provide i'm here to make sure you have an avenue to use that to do exactly that and i'm looking forward to talking about him and now i see this report.

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"bonte" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Of course they're going to think differently it's a given you may want owners to act a certain weight and do certain things accordingly they don't have an obligation to especially when they're not the ones you're protesting just something to think about it really is editor eight say espn editing seven to nine three seven seven six back with your calls in the minute you listen live to stephen on this just what you're in the middle of stephen with show podcast you gotta be kidding me espn's very own adam schefter an m listen inside extraordinaire is reporting that bengals linebacker bontes bertha ct is facing a four game suspension for violating the nfl's performance enhancing drug policy pending appeal pearl leagues office why am i reading at nba allstar weakened who do i run into i run into von test birth and i gotta tell you it was a real present pleasant conversation we sat around and rat with each other a little while talked him in the boys cool do you know was making a case for himself how he gets a bad rap sometimes and may some valid points you know not told him you listen you got my number i'm here just a phone call away there's a perspective you feel the need to provide i'm here to make sure you have an avenue to use that to do exactly that and i'm looking forward to talking about him and now i see this report.

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"bonte" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on KGO 810

"Can you start to show when i'm not in the room yet i as confidence that you have means amazing get back year odd that of course would be a missing trump grow at the controls carried it the phone number as 800 eight o eight one o and i'm kind of curious because i know we saw i saw much of calls coming here during the break um just this is it's a it's a it's a fair question how far would you go two correct to some of the symbolic racism it we have here all the way are you ready to go all the way and you really go all the way because at some point you say i know people are going to say well you know upi malcolm x any by any means necessary that's not exactly friendly language you know uh but in on the flip side is he look at like how long it took the state's aguirre's on it a recognized martin luther king's birthday god authentic that was we are you know i'm a big country you know so we're on are going to be in the same page at the same time i so this is amazing story that in california again we're we're the leader in many times and stories like this and i think it's important for people understand um the if you of college scholarship if you go to a school and you say i'm going to come here and i'll play football for you and you i don't have to pay tuition and i'd bust and i've bus my leg uh pinch my finger and i plus my leg playing for you and you take away my scholarship uh california's new california bill would protect college athletes and the assembly minutes a game rob bonte and the bill is that the matter with the numbers they'll span calls ship protection for thousands of athletes across the state including those who get injured um.

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"bonte" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"But you mentioned john watson right there and it seems like there's always a guy in a draft maybe it happens right away maybe it takes a season or two four to present itself but there's a guy that somebody gets later in the draft that you look back and say oh okay he was the guide shawn watson was that guy when the texans put him in the entire dynamic that offense change for the better could lamar jackson be that guy that maybe he'll fall he'll be behind allen will be behind donald and rosen but when it's all said and done that'll be the guy that people wish they would have taken are we happy are located when we drafted of all those guys at atop he really the last one he may be the six quarterback to come onto more mission rudolf may go before me may end up in a second round pick but he put him in the light situation and give him time to blow after the law i think he could be a very very special player for instance in visit lamar jack plan for the jacksonville jaguars look a letter from that they're running game politically on teachest i'll talk that'd be a mad at him play in pittsburgh so then apprenticeship behind been welcomed bona for a couple of years before they threw him onto the feel even think about what he can do in la bonte philip rivers lymph you're in time to really work on his craft darrell cardio john kelly clinton was like you do a great over those guys just some obscure talent standpoint the mark jackson this counted it is a matter of a cold say i want that guy because i believe i can do something that will allow him to play at his mac and really give us something that few in the we.

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"bonte" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Playoff game in his career outside of atlanta and you know you get into one of these situations now where you're on the road that's part of it you talk about the fact that this team is banged up they certainly do have the weapons and i think a lot of people scratching their heads all year long about why this offense wasn't more efficient why they weren't more explosive if you take a look at the personnel if they have in the veteran players they have should they had nut jobs a little bit more offensively by now i thought they should but remember they also lost their offense coordinator from uruguay as carl shanahan and now they replace them as steve saarc is in and they just have not been on the same page just doesn't look like the same team offensively and a lot of that is due to igf injury to key players like julio jones and of course the bonte freeman they lose andy lavizzari who would be the guy that would be most responsible for handling arendal in this game that means out smack their center's going to have to do a lot of heavy lifting supporting his replacement players so i'm just telling you the erin donald is a guy who can change the game he so disruptive and that's going to be a big problem for the atlanta falcons especially on offense when they're trying to run the football so i still think the falcons our team that you have to worry about they can be explosive at a moment's notice and i also think that they have the fastest defense in the nfl and that defense has gotten better and better and better each week in the thing that it's really hard to put a finger on is whether or not the young quarterback in this case jared golf is not going to turn the football over so long as it has in turn the football over i think the ramp should win the game a couple of turnovers by this atlanta falcons defense all of a sudden that experience kicks and can this be a succeed to get all the way to the super bowl is only been done twice before since thanking seventy so if there is a team that i want to keep my on coming out of the wild card round that is a wildcard team it would be the atlanta falcons moving forward of next door breaks down sunday's afc wildcard matchup between the.

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"bonte" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Johny winner our our play with them or you know interact with them are ah y'all if you've got any a quick story you can tell about johnny winner oh yes up a list of johnny was uh he was an inspiration from wave way back uh there's a couple of records from the early sixties that uh you can still find it's on the radar but that's how far back johnny goes you've got a when you speak of johnny winner you speak of uh a good texas blues man that that did it right from the beginning and yet we still uh we still we still listen to his records johnny's always there with are there any guys today young guys newer guys that you hear too you can keep up with each you you you're a fan of heard that you think are are doing something special there's a there's some emerging guys you know whether be gary clark junior it be joe bonte masa guys like that younger guys do you keep up with that stuff you like what you hear him from the scene now oh yeah and i'm i'm grateful for that call or to mention jimmy baen another great friend to y'all he goes back into that texas blows thing way deep a gary clark junior coming on strong uh attempt montana another guy that he knows which end of the guitars up uh in fact uh his new song hillbilly rich which uh uh he he worked a bit with kid rock on on some of that stuff but yeah at right now uh keep your dial tuned in siriusxm because there is more music than ever ever before in a few it whatever you like it's after yeah that's what i see all the time there's tons of great stuff it's just that it we're not we're not in the day in each like when eliminator came out where it goes on mtv and boom it's right in front he he got to look a little bit you there's a lot more out to choose from she got to put a little more work in a find the good stuff but it's definitely out there yeah let's talk to john is in south carolina hey john yarmuth billy gibbons bent you ready go get at ease.

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"bonte" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bonte" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A suspect based on their history and likelihood to reoffend maurice lago self kqed's politics and government desk has been following this issue and marie so why is the chief justice come up with this decision now and does this represent a big change for her i wouldn't say it's a big change she's been kind of inching towards this issue in recent years she's talked in speeches about her concerns with money bail and whether it punishes the poor for being poor and does it really sort of insure public safety i'm but a year ago she did appoint a working group to study this iin included eleven judges and one chief executive of a county and so this was the combination of their work and study of this and she basically agreed with everything they came out and said in a hundred plus page report and without going through every page of that hearing page report what were the highlights wedded at conclude why would it be better to do away with the system i think this gets a lot to judicial discretion in the ability of judges to really look at the facts of a case holistically you know right now we have county bail schedules they're set by each county in they're pretty uniform and on one side of that is the charge somebody's accused of and on the other side is a monetary amount but ventura judge brian back who cochaired this panel says leaving it up to judges would be better for public safety in part be because they're rich people who can buy their way out of jail for example it also addresses the situation where those who should not be in custody would would not be held in custody it provides the judge with more information to truly address public safety issue so i think what you're hearing here from this judges that you know every case is some amount of a judgement call that has to be made but right now judges really aren't given as much information as they could be under an alternative system and so what's been the reaction in the legislature because there's been a push their to change this system yeah i talked to senator bob hertzberg he's a democrat from los angeles he had joined up about a year or go with assembly member rob bonte of.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:56 min | 4 years ago

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

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