17 Burst results for "Brosio"

"brosio" Discussed on Some Would Play

Some Would Play

02:56 min | 8 months ago

"brosio" Discussed on Some Would Play

"Do. I would like to wild shape into a giant eagle. Sure and i'd like fly around and he's hairs embraced to see if i can see them. You can't you do see an aura around a big fucking dragon. Looking guy martelle marto. Yeah you do. See to fate auras at the weapon shop and the Armor smith okay. I know who guys are anybody else that you guys haven't met yet. No that's it for now. I go back in backing away in still an eagle eye land and then turned back into joy. Okay yeah now should. It's an animal sheets i'd series. I didn't see anything. I disarmed normal. Who already know bastards so Here's another swig. Brosio assist to the plan then for now. Your spells refreshed you feel fantastic. I want to see the skyline. Nothing have oh another scribe. I wanna know where that bitch yet. You dude until for twenty four hours even after a swig ambrose. That's why i gave you to make her feel better. I mean it did an extra wild shame exactly off shifts is good. Spot can be. I mean we're never going to always fast forward until eleven pm. Start the session. Yeah anyways that'll do this evening for someone playing. Thanks for listening guys. Listen next week as the the adventure continues and the investigation.

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"brosio" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"brosio" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Jodi lyn scott. There's some desolate definite breakage. How did you guys know each other. Well in eighty three eighty four eighty five leading up to this beforehand. And how did you guys end up hanging out in this town. Are they goes baseball. I think chris and i played with a couple of the guys dan. Dan brosio yup. I'm tom stone. We were playing baseball. And then it kind of evolved into somehow getting a dramatic like just bombed it evolved as we evolved. But roy don't sell yourself short jas if you wanna talk about seminal effects that events have had on people's lives and and friendships and interactions roy. You played a huge role in all of us learning more about music. I mean you were the man when it comes to familiarity with and and a broad and rich taste in rock and roll and and that i mean so you know jas you may have sort of been introduced to a different world. Having met the two of us. But i gotta tell you roy. I mean both so just a little tiny bit of background. I didn't listen to much rock and roll. When i was a kid. I have parents who are super into music. But it was all irish folks. Scottish folk classical jazz show tunes that were you know albums of african drums and the music of athens at all. This crazy stuff that i listened to as a kid and pretty much other than like my brother and sister and listening to dark side of the moon. I didn't listen to much contemporary music until you roy. Like you open that door for me. Roy was definitely the music master of the prog rock master and also i think one of the one of the best and most vivid memories. I have of listening to music is in the red ford tempo that roy used to have and drive and there was a night where we are driving and listening to songs from the big chair. The tears for feel around the came out in eighty five. Oh yes now. It's crucial for people to understand that at this point in time like you didn't. Nobody liked any. No-one like us liked anything that was on the radio right like for the most part. This was an era of pop music on the radio and a lot of our attitudes. I think were default against anything. We were being fed through mainstream radio or we were counter culture in our little sort of sad. You know middle class working class westhaven way but like roy had a real understanding and appreciation. For how good that album was and like it was undeniably great. Even though it was successful on the radio. I just always remember that dry whenever i hear that song. You driving the tempo.

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"brosio" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:39 min | 9 months ago

"brosio" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Academics have signed a letter calling for their nations higher education minister to resign. That happened after the minister called for an investigation into the growing threat of what she called islam leftism at french universities but as rebecca rosman reports people are having a hard time agreeing on what the term means. Some say it's a threat to the french republic others. Call it a bogus term. That's casting a witch hunt. What is islam ago. She's mutt or islamic leftism. And why is it. Suddenly the topic do your in france. The academic peer delay coined the term in the early two thousands to describe what he saw as a growing link between left-leaning academics and francis muslim community. But over time it came to mean something more pejorative. I would say it started to be used in the public square. Mostly in the context of the post. Charlie hebdo and post back attacks. Nadia marzuki is a fellow at france's national center for scientific research. She says politicians from the right and left hijacked the term in twenty fifteen following a string of terrorist attacks that shook the country and killed more than one hundred forty people. This wasn't just a link. They said rather they use certain academics excusing the most violent interpretations of islamist ideology including terrorism. She moyer digital keeper. Tt hockey is the term came back into the spotlight last month. When francis higher education minister frederick v dow called for an investigation into islam leftism at french universities quote so we can distinguish academic research from activism and opinion but in a later interview vidal admitted. She couldn't come up with a concrete definition for islam. Leftism zouqi who studies political. Islam says the murky messaging has made anyone studying the religion target. These statements came across as completely irresponsible and needlessly uniting fire and anger a. They authorize a number of right-wing trolls on the internet to right blacklist and call for witch-hunts marzuki is one of six hundred academics. Who have signed an open. Letter calling for vidal's resignation though that hasn't stopped the inquiry from going ahead and according to a recent poll seventy percent of the french populations they agree islam. Leftism is a problem in france. A recent loan editorial signed by one hundred thirty conservative. Intellectuals thanked me for acknowledging the problem but said she got the terminology wrong. It's not islamic leftism. That's the issue. They wrote so much. As militancy disguised as pseudoscience. Audrey sellers scene is a professor of american studies. At the university of lille she says reactions like that undermine academia as a whole to the of like intellectual curiosity it is really sort of fronts. The of its blind spots in terms of race colonial. He's reac cetera. There's also critics comparing the term judeo bolshevism an anti semitic slur that blamed jews for the spread of communism in the nineteen thirties. Slow sands oppressor at tel aviv. University was one of the first people to make the comparison. My father was considered in. Poland has also get the term anticipate. Use it in poland in germany in also in france just like with judeo bolshevism sanchez. The power of his leno leftism is that the term combines two seemingly negative things. it's not only the season. It's also the slum together it's much more. it's tom remember. The nazis used a lot with term over judo. She the nazis now. He says he feels like he's starting to see history. Repeat itself for the world. I'm rebecca rothman in paris in the hague in the netherlands. There's an old post master's trunk inside. There are thousands of letters field. Never delivered unread for hundreds of years until now. The world's amanda mcgowan has more ever since humans have been fending each other messages. They've been thinking of ways to keep them secure from prying eyes but before there was password protection or message encryption before the radovan envelopes which weren't comment until the eighteen hundreds there was something called letter locking. And that is when you take a piece of paper and you fold it up and you secure it took becomes its own envelope. We've been doing that as humans for as long as we've been around. That's janna dan brosio. She's a conservator at mit libraries in cambridge massachusetts. If you're a historian trying to read locked letter you had to either break seal or cut it open. That is until now. Using high-tech scans and a specially designed computer algorithm d'ambrosio and her team were to virtually unfold a letter written in the sixteen hundreds and read it without opening it. I mean it felt like being teleported a thousand years into the future stomach being is we were speechless. I think that's daniel smith a lecturer at king's college london. It is part of this. Group called king history. They published their findings in nature communications this week. Their methods starts with a high resolution. X ray scan of the letter then. Computer scientists developed an algorithm. That could separate the layers of the folded pages that allows them to read the text of the letter but also to see all of its crease patterns in other words to learn how it was folded or locked. And if you're wondering why that might be important or interesting listen to nadine akron from leiden university. Who studies early modern espionage. Let's looking can be as unique kesse signature. Spice definitely used sitting in that way King tells suspicious road to one of his women's prize at that she had to use certain lock in he knew would know the folding paper maybe also wondering if you want to know how a very old letter was folded. Why not. Just open it. But sometimes the letter locking techniques were so complicated slits cut here pieces interlocked there that by opening it you could destroy it or you couldn't put it back together. Think about a folded piece of paper with a bunch of creases. You open it and see it flat and then you want to fold it back together. Wait a minute. How did i do that again. It's hard to reconstruct. Here's dan brosio demonstrating with a piece of paper. These little crease patterns wants the letters open could have been in a bunch of different ways and once you open it up. This action is ephemeral as a sneeze. Did it tuck in here or was it a fold in it here in tells us something about their process by opening it you could risk losing that process forever but now with twenty first century technology all secrets can be revealed so the moral of the story is. If you really don't want anyone to read your letters. I guess you gotta burn them for the world. I'm amanda mcgowan. We've reached the end of this note. The world comes to you from the non and bill harris studio at gbh in boston. I'm carol hills. See you back here tomorrow..

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"brosio" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"brosio" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Welcome to jen's hoops today. We're joined by our landing division. Expert kristan brosio Breakdown the past week of nba action for the celtics knicks. Nets raptors and seventy sixers. Chris this past week some very eventful of some of the team's new division. Anything particularly interesting happened for the brooklyn nets. Well actually there is a man by the name of james harden who has brought his talents to brooklyn. This is unbelievable. I mean right now. Brooklyn's looking at three of the top ten players in the nba. Having a player of this caliber never hurts her. They did lose some depth in the process. They lost talents like charissa avert who was in the midst of a breakout season jared allen prince free first round picks and four first-round spots however hardened should be worth it also the nets have won three straight and james harden incredible in his nets debut against magic scoring thirty two points fourteen assists twelve rebounds although he did have nine turnovers. He's looked really really good in his debut. And in that same game kevin durant added forty two points during the game so seventy four points combined which is unreal. He has been an absolute medicine. Tease returned and he's averaged nearly thirty five quinn's shooting sixty percent from the field which is unreal outside of heart k. d. who else can expect to get some production from. Yeah of course right now. We don't know what he's doing and he's missed the past six games but he's questionable for the game against the bucks and when he comes back and obviously expect production from him. Joe harris has been great this year. He's averaged nearly sixteen points in the past three games and he's shooting a typical fifty percent from three for him which is pretty standard for him as a top three shooter in the nba. Bruce brown has helped greatly off the bench averaging thirteen points in the last three games. This game against orlando's any indication of this new nets roster. I think the rest of the league should be scared. So chris and other team in the running for the beard philadelphia seventy sixers. What's been going on wish. The sixers got james harden but unfortunately didn't but it's been pretty up and down for the sixers over the past few games. They've been to into in their last four games. The common factor in those games is the ones they've won joel. Embiid has played the ones they lost. Joel embiid has not played. And they lost to the hawks and grizzlies end. They won both games in their mini series against the miami heat and in that series joel embiid really looked like an mvp in that series. He provided so much to the team on both ends of the floor. He had forty five points. Sixteen rebounds four assists and to me. What's most impressive as five steals. Ben simmons has not really been scoring great. Which kind of makes you wonder whether they should guy in hardened or not but the way he's been facilitating. The ball has made up for that. He's averaging eleven assists in the past..

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:07 min | 2 years ago

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

"Apples to save L. Apple will blow through their salary for vendor. Apple's Papa the. Of a dream the schism apples galore, Johnny upper free. Coach Sabin has the ultimate salary cap. Argumentative? I don't know what happened to to really looked from. I don't like the nuance store wires. Thirty of debate. And then flying Brosio. Just presenting facts. The greatest. You're out. Maybe we'll have a monopoly on the truth. What I what I wanted to ask. You guys is. I don't think it's possible for anyone to have grown up in this generation to be able to make an argument that any one is ever been better than Bella check. How the bleep can you do that? How can anyone make the argument that anyone is better than Bella? Check in our lifetime. Trucks thorough emails. Everybody. Work the on the phone. Probably because all not one. But now we've opened up whole new wonderful. So that's why we're honestly what about reform? As a coach. I mean, he's a pillar code Mr. foods year who who's great Bobby Heenan is the greatest champion manager lose all. How many apples is Phil Jackson has Kamal? Kapoor all those apples before shock, Jordan. Sour apple. How many does Phil have is? Is it? What is it? It's ten eleven eleven just borrow he'll tell you. That's what the Knicks were signing him for. He was going to bring all those apples to the big. Apple remember. She what you're doing own. It's got eleven apples. I mean, Phil Jackson. I want to get to this story. What should if I told the audience right now, two guests, I'm asking the audience to guess, according to a lawsuit. Involving Madison Square Garden CEO James Dolan, who by everyone's admission is not around Madison Square Garden all that much. He's a CEO who comes in. And you know, plays music plays bad music. Get some of that bad music for us. If you would because James Dolan's band has had more hits recently than his team. He doesn't have any hits that he's producing. But he cares about the music is the CEO who doesn't come in because he's playing bad music. Elsewhere. Yeah. And so I and at and I've heard I don't know if this is true, actually, because I haven't confirmed it, but it's not I I believe that he has played parties at MSG like just company parties or something can someone please. Look that up for me because I don't even know if that's true. I just heard it from somebody. He's forcing his music on everybody. How much do you think he paid himself the play those parties? I mean, that's a great question. Hattie polite. So according to a lawsuit filed on behalf of shareholder claims the Knicks owner spending too much time on stage with his blues inspired rock band and not enough time in the boardroom. According to a suit reported by pitchfork over the last three fiscal years MSG has paid Dolan blank. I'm not gonna tell you what the numbers yet. I'm gonna want you to guess that's a heat more than CEO's at similar companies who made an average over the same period of about eight million dollars. Yes. Less per year than Dolan. According to the lawsuit. Dolan's pay is excessive and far from fair, especially since he works at MSG only part time, according to the suit, which filed in Delaware. The lawsuit claims Dolan is too focused on touring and recording as the frontman and guitars for his band, J D And the straight shot. In two thousand seventeen the band performed fifty times in six countries and forty one US cities get down. Hear that guys. Here's the along to the number in the second. We have to stop everything to have Stu gods. Say the two words that he successfully said earlier in the show, what is the opposite of urban Rory. What is the snowman not named frosty? Obama. Dying for Dan to reluctantly take part in something. That's two guys. Couldn't be happier. Doing that is corrected..

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:57 min | 2 years ago

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

"Arguing preposterously that Popovich is better than Bella check. And you've heard me make fun before of these stupid sports arguments that we have that are just impossible hairsplitting. Just totally impossible and not apples to apples comparisons. That where we can all agree. Both of these two men are great at what they do. No, one would dispute it no one. But someone has to be better. I just I just remember. So specifically that everyone blamed Popovich for a Super Bowl loss. The only time I've remembered everyone blaming Bella check for any for finals or finals lost excuse me. The only time I've remembered ever that Bella check has been trampled is because he dared go for it on fourth and short against Peyton Manning Tom Brady to get a yard it failed. His was the history proved them, right? But everyone blamed him because we are stupid and. Oh, no. Warriors, you're telling mood. It's not apples to apples will or actually have to burns apples in one Boone while have five apples. Those will grow pop overtures room in the other by Schick shop -als, those Abreu Bala trunks worry, but book opera rules. Thank you dirty demon debate. And there's the other guy. Of these things. From the angel of new ones what about radar bashing port or back, you know account for the modern a miniature much more competitive, who's got more apples more apples Galon up. Do you? Remember all the cover of thousands of on. On apples to save a lot of apple below through their stronger recon preventive near mount apples Papa the. Convert as Ramos of apples, galore, Johnny up. Sabin has the ultimate salary cap zero dollars. Become argumentative. I don't know what happened to to really look I don't like the age of the nuances more store at wires with the thirty debate. And then flying Brosio. Debater arguing I'm just presenting facts. Bluer out. Maybe we'll have a monopoly on the truth. What I what I wanted to ask. You guys is. I don't think it's possible for anyone to have grown up in this generation to be able to make an argument that anyone is ever been better than Bella. Check like how the bleep can you do that? How can anyone make the argument that anyone is better than Bella? Check in our lifetime. An older score. Trucks Toro, emails everybody. Don't work others. Probably because all not one. But no, we've opened up whole new wonderful. So that's why honestly what about reform? Call. As a coach. I mean, he's a killer code, Mr. foods here who greater Bobby Heenan is the greatest champion manager lose all. How many apples is Phil Jackson have KOMO. I could put in all those apples before soccer, Michael Jordan. Sour apple. How many does Phil have is? It is it what is it? It's ten eleven eleven This bar. borrow he'll tell you. That's what the Knicks were signing him for. He was going to bring all those apples to the big. Apple remember. She got eleven apples by I mean, Phil Jackson. I wanna get to this story. What should if I told the audience right now guests asking the audience to guess, according to a lawsuit? Involving Madison Square Garden CEO James Dolan, who by everyone's admission is not around Madison Square Garden all that much. He's a CEO who comes in and plays music plays bad music. Get some of that bad music for us if you would because James Dolan's band has had more hits recently than his team. He doesn't have any hits that he's producing..

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"brosio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"App. Your breaking news and traffic now good Saturday afternoon to two I'm John roller. Well, we certainly did get a lot of rain and snow this past winter here in Arizona. And now, it's springtime, and of course, that means the heat is coming on. It's breezy out there, and of course, all the grasses and brush drying out, and that means brushfires tomorrow kicks off the southwestern wildfire week here in Arizona, Tiffany Davila with the department of forestry and fire says if you are heading out for springtime trip, and you're out on the roadways pulling a trailer. Make sure you secure your coaching. We get a lot of fires starting from tow-chains dragging and sparking so make sure those tow-chains are secure before hitting the road and devil. Davila says it's also important for homeowners. To clear dry debris from around their homes and create a safe defensible space around your home. Arizona immigration crisis, the border patrol says the crisis has reached a tipping point of thousands of Central American migrants. Fled the border in southwestern Arizona KTAR's Jim cross reports from the border last year, the border patrol arrested twenty six thousand migrants and their human sector and this year wrong track hit over sixty thousand border patrol agent. Jose girl by says, they're arresting a caravan a week hundreds of people about forty percent of the manpower is now dealing with humanitarian issues transportation your hospital watch duties, you're processing and just the overall care of these families. And this week a thousand migrants were arrested in a seventy two hour period and southwestern Arizona, Jim cross KTAR news federal officials halting commercial truck processing on Sundays at the Mariposa port of entry in no Gallas. And this could impact what fruits and vegetables you. Find at the grocery store trucks can still get through Monday through Saturday to four right now. Let's get a check on your Saturday. Drive around town. Patrick Rhody is live in the valley. Chevy dealers. Trump center hitter, Joe we have a new freeway crash reported. I ten westbound near Brosio authorized and tell us in collision working lower Buckeye road. West of ninety percent in finished central avenue with southern NSA. So crashes involving pedestrians substrate south the Hatcher road..

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"brosio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Experts spending time with us on this Friday. Welcome aboard beyond the headlines. This morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, we all know about the old saying, then it's raining cats and dogs, but we might now have to amend that description to include another extreme form of weather this after the national weather service Panetta message to Cleveland residents this week warning them to hold onto their dogs. So their beloved pups didn't blow away at the city was being hounded by fifty mile per hour. Wind gusts the service tweeted hold onto your pooch. We have an unofficial small dog. Warning, the government agency also added an effective image for maximum impact in the tweet featuring a dog blowing through the air. Luckily, and perhaps because of the agency's warning no flying dogs were reported in the area. This could really be a thing. Apparently, I guess small dogs, obviously any of your dogs qualify your dogs. I think are probably above the weight limit. But think about maybe I don't know. Maybe I don't know. Maybe a ten pound dog get blown around a little bit. Sure. Level yorkie. Yeah. She's about say twelve pounds. Maybe. Right. I mean, but strikes me like they're low to the ground. Right. So that's not where the highest concentration of wind is I didn't realize this was really thing. I I don't know if it's an actual problem, perhaps they're just get people's attention perhaps fair enough because stream fair enough. Wind is not something that people pay that close attention to until it's right on them. Maybe it's wanted to warn people using some colorful imagery to do. So all right. And who Gordon thought that having an opinion on French fries would be so divisive food columnist. Lucas Kwan Peterson found that out the hard way when he tastes tested nineteen local fast food chains for the L A times to determine the best fries. His mistake dare to speak badly of in-n-out placing the Instagram favorite burger chain dead last, according to the New York Post Peterson called them crumbly little Matt sticks that aren't improved by any amount of ketchup, salt cheese or. Salad dressing. If that you want to add to them instead Peterson's favored fries were from five guys followed by McDonalds and del taco as you can imagine the calmest rankings quickly fired up, a salty debate on social media with all their passion and fury of today's hottest political clashes one in and out fan rage. Somehow del taco gets a pass for their sauce. Yet ended out is held hostage to the authors. Preconceived thoughts, and perhaps illogical bias another user called Peterson a Neanderthal even L as mayor Eric Garcetti weighed in with less colorful language, saying he respectfully disagreed with. The ranking not all the commentary was critical piece of Peterson. However, the vampire diaries writer, Matthew, damn Brosio cheered Peterson's brave moved to denounce the chains. Fry skills tweeting in and out Fraser trash then. I'm glad people are finally talking about that very true facts. Oh, I wish I had an opinion on this. I've never had in and out burger or their fries were tilt think. I have either have not yet had the pleasure though. I I hear nothing but good things for my west coast, friends, but the publicity. Yeah. Seeing enjoyed by in and out burger, I'll listen you people are gonna go in and try those fries. Now, I try to settle their in their own mind. Whether or not they're good or bad from what I hear from in and out burger that they're mobs pretty much twenty four hours a day. Probably don't need city at this point just gonna add more more people tried to cram into in and out burger from what I understand from people who frequent the the sounds like a Yogi Berra ISM. Yeah. Nobody goes to that restaurant anymore. It's too crowded. That's pretty much the fries on the burger. Yeah. Can agree on that Hamburg fries right off there? Now, we've we discussed this before in all of our food is lessons over the we've never most put fries on the hamburger. I've I've never done that before not once I lived on them in college, by the way, cheese fries. I think every almost every meal my freshman year at college from the cafeteria. Don't forget disco fries. New jersey. Yes. And it's not catch up. It's barbecue sauce that goes in the fries. Can we all please just agree on? Thanks, mike..

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"brosio" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on KTOK

"For spending time with us on this Friday. Welcome aboard beyond the headlines. This morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, we all know about the old saying, then it's raining cats and dogs, but we might now have to amend that description to include another extreme form of weather this after the national weather service Panetta message to Cleveland residents this week warning them to hold onto their dogs. So their beloved pups didn't blow away at the city was being hounded by fifty mile per hour. Wind gusts the service tweeted hold onto your pooch. We have an unofficial small dog. Warning the government agency also added ineffective image for maximum impact in the tweet featuring a dog blowing through the air. Luckily, and perhaps because of the agency's warning no flying dogs were reported in the area. This could really be a thing. I apparently I guess small dogs, obviously any of your dogs qualify your dogs. I think are probably above the weight limit. But think about maybe I don't know. Maybe I don't know. Maybe a ten pound dog get. Blown around a little bit. Sure. A little Yorkie. Yeah. She's about twelve pounds. Maybe. Right. I mean, but strikes me like they're low to the ground. Right. So that's not where the highest concentration of wind is I didn't realize this was really thing. I I don't know if it's an actual problem, perhaps they're just get people's attention. Perhaps fair enough because you'll stream wind is not something that people pay that close attention to write on them. Maybe they just wanted to warn people using some colorful imagery to do. So all right. And who Gordon thought that having an opinion on French fries would be so divisive food columnist. Lucas Kwan Peterson found that out the hard way when he tastes tested nineteen local fast food chains for the L A times to determine the best fries. His mistake he dared to speak badly of placing the Instagram favorite burger chain dead last, according to the New York Post Peterson called them crumbly little Matt sticks that aren't improved by any amount of ketchup, salt cheese or salad dressing. If that you want to add to them instead Peterson's favored fries were from five guys followed by McDonalds and del taco as you can imagine the columnist rankings quickly fired up, a salty debate on social media with all their passion and fury of today's hottest political clashes one in and out fan raids. Somehow del taco gets a pass for their sauce yet in and out is held hostage to the authors. Preconceived thoughts, and perhaps illogical bias another user called Peterson Neanderthal even LA's. Mayor Garcetti weighed in though with less colorful language, saying that he respectfully disagreed with. The ranking not all the commentary was critical piece of Peterson. However, the vampire diaries writer, Matthew, damn Brosio cheered Peterson's brave moved to denounce the chains. Fry skills tweeting in and out Fraser trash then. I'm glad people are finally talking about that very true facts. How I wish I had an opinion on this. I've never had any burger or their fries. I think I have either I have not yet had the pleasure though, I hear nothing but good things for my west coast, friends, but the publicity..

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"brosio" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"So we need a third party. Who knows how to do that that can step in and tell us what it is? We're not hearing from each other. Anyway, I wanna make sure you get your questions. I don't want to take too much of your time and everything because I know you have other callers. But honestly, all I'm saying is that you know, what happened today honestly, helped me sure, you know. So and I understand what you're saying. Where there's you know. Algis and everything we can help you out. This was this was this was. When I was upset about what happened is someone else. But. I see what you're saying. But at the end of the day, you know, I I'm still on the fence like I said, I absolutely evolution and all that stuff and everything I'm not a go. Six near fled or anything. But what happened today honestly, helped me sure through and and without without signing incredibly arrogant. I bet if after church you to pick up the phone and called me, and we talk for forty five minutes, I'm optimistic that that would have helped you to. Well, yeah, I don't ever number though, when he won't give it to me. So actually while we're live that gives it out quite literally. In my there's a sound clip for somebody's ringtone joking. Matt come out of your good. Matt gives it out by all let you go shoot. Okay. And by the way, I'm glad irrespective of where somebody finds help. I'm glad that somebody's seeking help and getting help. Yeah. It's it's like, the, you know, like I was saying with AA if that's what's keeping you overdo it for the caller who says that if they didn't believe in God, they'd be running around murdering and raping people. I want them to keep their ass in church. It's into independent of whether or not I think there's anything real going on behind the scenes, okay? Whatever helps you helps you. All right. Well, thank you. We're going to go ahead and move on. We'll get to. I wanted to get to Brosio. Okay. Let's go ahead and just hit that one. So we've got Brosio in Arkansas, and you're on with Matt and Tracy you wanted to talk about whether or not rationally justified. Hey, Tracy, and that Tracy civilly we spoke, thanks to the name looks familiar. So what's on your mind? Well, actually so being on hold. I came up with different questions. I'll be a little controversial job. But I wanted to know. Okay. Go ahead go forward while it's on the same. Why just wondering because I I heard you guys had something to do homosexuality. And I was thinking how he told me sensuality rationally justified. I mean, what's the argument that homosexuality is of moral behavior argument that says it isn't the burden of Pearl. We begin we begin. The smart thing to do is to grant every liberty and freedom and then begin limiting freedoms. And liberties for good reasons. So what's the problem with two people of the same gender having a romantic and sexual or sexual relationship? Oh, okay. So I if I was there a couple of different problems that first of all often kind of relationships that high but aides going with actually two that society law. You know, that's true. That's back. So I'm gonna pause you. I'm gonna pause you because first of all while aids isn't cured. We we have great medications that essentially diminish the effects and make people so that they can live with its cetera. But the fact that a particular like, you could be a homosexual relationship and never actually engage in any sort of behavior that even slightly increases your risk of getting aids. Right. But also, it's not a homosexual illness wrecked. There are huge swath of of the globe. Where heterosexual women are the primary patients in in HIV..

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"brosio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Does your character's signature song from season one make you more or less likely to order Pinot Noir? When out. I tried to do it in front of people because I. I I don't like ten that's Titus and myself differ. I'm very introverted. And I don't I'm not very flashing. I don't enjoy going out. And it just I don't I've never had. I'd rather have you over to my house? And I read a cook play the piano and just hang out. When are we ended up whenever you whenever you come to this coast, my friend, but I? I'll I drink Pinot Noir before. This TV show. And and I rather enjoy it. So I usually will have my partner. What do it for me? Or you know, we're all just excuse myself have him order it or something like that? Because I don't want people to I don't wanna seem presumptuous or I certainly don't want them to feel any bizarre obligation to, you know, give me a Bong on the house. And also if they don't recognize me, I certainly don't want to give them a reason to recognize me because I'd like to be left alone. So I just kind of avoided it all costs or trying to sneak it in on the down low Titus Burgess. I really appreciate you taking the time to be on Paul's. I it was really great to talk to you. I'm such a fan of unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and it's such a fan of yours. Thank you so much. This is a lot of fun. You can check out Titus Burgess and Carol Kane in the fourth and final season of unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The last six episodes are up on Netflix now and what a lovely run. It's been. We've come to the end of another episode of bullseye bulls eye is recorded at maximum fund dot org headquarters. Overlooking MacArthur park and beautiful Los Angeles, California, where are temporary producer reduce awesome. Firefighters extinguishing a palm tree and oven range in the park on his second day coming to max fun. He says that he has many many many questions the show is produced by speaking into microphones, our producer is Kevin Ferguson. He is away in Italy. So reduce monovalent filled in for him this week as soussan Brosio is our associate producer. We get help from Casey O'Brien production, fellow at maximum fund dot org is shayna delory. We're actually hiring another production fellow if you Google maximum fund production, fellow you will find the job listing. Are interstitial music comes from Dan, Wally, aka DJ w. Thanks as always to Dan for sharing it. Our theme music is huddle formation by the go-to him. Our thanks to the go team and to their label. Memphis industries who made that possible. And did you know that we have

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"brosio" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"What the fuck is that? So, but we like we will to show let's do a show animated show with rich culture and back Barry together and ended up that rich culture went to my high school like two years ahead of me. And I kind of Aley remember him as like, oh, yeah. He was delightful weirdo. I believe it. We didn't really know Chevron highschool, but we have this mutual background. So Matt berry rich culture, and I all really got along really well and like grading together. That's how we got. Barry ritholtz, obviously is both an actor and a writer on the show. He does the voice of Cloyd the mysterious guy who will learn more about as well at Lucy Montgomery place the chances. We'll learn more about them in episode eleven. We are so excited for this upcoming part to come up excited. Definitely for those who haven't rewatch this down. Now that you know, that you that there are these clues the curly q. John. It's not what you and it's now characters the owls are not what they seem a three hundred a three hide. All ooh. They're all these Easter eggs. I would've never picked up on that degree of Easter egg. So. Yeah. During your during your free time, everybody make sure we watch it and tweet what do people do a hashtag? How do you find the people that are tweeting at the show? That's there's there's be Josh ttrij hill. There's the actors Bill is that Bill Oakley, Abby tweets. I don't remember her day, Eric Andre occasionally tweets, there's some animators. Also, a disenchantment tweet that hasn't tweeted in wild because it shows, but I'll write for a, but we'll start, but you didn't word searches tag. This Chapman is also great discussion board on read it. Okay. Discuss their theories, we don't we do not jump in. Yeah. We do see it in my guys. Who actually are making the show are able to read what you're writing a cool feature of modern TV. I'd love that. So many times have been dying to jump into like. Oh my God. You guys have that. Right. That's not can't we love we love to fan love. And there's also a lot of stuff on Instagram to with cost play and tattoos. The gates like oh people are sparking gonna wrap up, but it's really cool to see like sub different conventions that a bean cost play person has run into a Dagmar. Together. Then you came on for Stonecutters when we it was around Halloween. You our special guest judge to the custom contest, and we have some great disenchantment him costumes for show that was only at the time out for a couple of months. It was really really impressive. And really cool. I'm sure for you your creation. It's insanely excited everyone that I meet that. It's like a, you know already Simpson's person. But then disenchantment person, they're all kinds create our fans because they clearly like sparked to it. And so there was great shout out to them. I love that. We'll thank you so much on when part two does come out. We'd love to talk to you again, the third. Simpson's pod host. So thank you so much so cool. I'm very excited to go back and rewatch. This is the first chance I've got to say like, hey, watch for this stuff. Never less time. You came on. You were like hush hush, you know, even talking about what it looked like. And this is just plug for partout Vaco to some amazing places. We do look excited. I want patriot league quality baby. Well, thanks. So much fun. Julia. Where can find you online much for asking? I'm actually oppressed. Gunnell things alley where can people find you so much for asking you can find me an alley Girts and all the things and you could find us at Simpson's pod. Everything's coming up. Simpson's production of maximum fund our show is engineered edited by hey, Susan Brosio, and our senior producer is Laura. Swisher swish. All right, smell you later later. Maximum fund dot org, comedy and culture, artists owned listener supported.

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"brosio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All right. Here's the last story. We have what? A startup company called Ambrosia Ambrosia Brosio charges that was pretty dead on charges eight thousand dollars to fill your veins with the blood of young people. Real thing. You could go right now on pay pal go on their website, so many show eight thousand dollars. This is kind of Billy McFarland territory. I feel like though, I were you getting this blood from is version blood more. I don't get it. This is very medieval this, actually, it's scientifically proven to help you stay young too. I guess bathing in the blood of younger, piano. No having injected into your vein. Inject makes me bleed. Nobody not a fan of that. You know, reminds me of Jerry here. The serial killer way back in the day. I'm talking about six hundred eighty no I'm not a heat serial killer guy, Elizabeth like to look that up. Now, Elizabeth battery was her name. She used to bathe in the blood of the younger younger women in her little village. Well, I put that on route. I put that on the same route as injecting the blood of some that it's weird. Why are we so weird with the stuff way we have to come up with different kind of invention to stay injecting, blood and creams, just stop ready? Just driving me. Crazy. It's endless endless conversation. The fountain of youth does not exist. It's so crazy every single day. More stories we get like this. It's like we're trying to reenact the movies. I don't know or or bug out of touch with what's actually going on. We you're trying to invent our own. You know, that's happening. I do believe life so boring that we're just going to make drama happen. I'm going to go on a tangent for a second here. But that's on its way, you know, that with all the virtual reality that's coming out. Now you can have sex with robots. You can have you have different experiences putting glass people are just going to sit at home all day be fat slobs. And then be this unbelievable athletic good-looking person in this virtual reality world that they've created for themselves. We're not that far off from it. We really aren't alternate realities. Fake reality. That's happening. It's already happened. Oh, yeah. Definitely. And he comments though on the Where'd you get this done. Would you get somebody young person's blood? If it make you live ten years longer one person one person, you me. I kind of team myself up for that. All right, anything for you. Drew? All right. Thank you, sir. Very good. That's in the news with f p Santangelo junior. That's brilliant job that he did. There are some stories in there. I hadn't here of and to be honest with you, check out the fire festival documentary on Netflix. Your hair will be blowing back by this caper. This was some. Deceitful vindictive craziness that went down with Billy McFarland. All right. Coming up next read had a replay the evening happened. Earlier today are on now. Gary and Larry Matt Scourging Hopton and talk about the hall of fame. The lack of movement in the hot stove this off season for baseball and was coming out for spring training. That's on the way kmby are succeeded sports leader, I wanna take.

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"brosio" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"But he runs everything, and we gotta take it. And and he's like five. No, he's he's four foot five anywheres Armani suit. Yeah. And he's blonde, and he's Bossie and you wanna hit him tag mystic. But you've gotta stop wait a minute. We don't know whether he seven or thirty three you know, what? I mean does he like, you know, you guys totally unless double? He doesn't answer to anybody. Where does he go? That's fine. An assignment for us. It's like at twisted Charlie's angel by Chechens because of him four breaking shit. Like don't even know. I love taking something familiar and subverting it. Ooh. Well, yeah. Everyone should check that out. What's the easiest way to to? Look that up is is there a website for that? Or just on your Twitter. Billy west podcast. Great. We'll billy. Thank you so much for doing the show, you guys I learned a lot. Oh, good. Good. Yeah. This is nice to talk with you. Two. Julia. Why do people find you so much for asking agile you press on all the things alley were people. Find you. Thank you so much for asking you can find me at Allie Girts and all the things and he could find us at Simpson's pod. Yeah. And everything's coming up. Simpson's production of maximum fun. Our show is engineered and edited by hey, Suzanne Brosio, and our senior producer is Laura Swisher switch. Switch smell you later. Maximum fund dot org company culture, artists owned listener supported.

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"brosio" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Because when you see novice learning steps, that's usually what trips them up is that they are like I'm thinking about this step. I have completed the step, and then other people are moving onto the next step while they're like, I have completed the step that in and of itself is really good advice, but them is of lame. When it's like, oh, you better be pretty. One of his students was Antonio, Gordon Zano who was a poet and biographer as well as a dancing master, a lot of these people had very diversified resumes. Antonio became the dancing master of some of Milan's most wealthy and influential families, and he wrote his own book book of the art of the dance another of Dominica, the Piacenza students Liam mo- Abreo Desiro who is often seen as Giovanni and Brosio because that's the name. He assumed later on in his life contributed also to the early western record of coda fide dance in his fourteen sixty three book treatise on the art of dancing included, descriptions of dozens of large scale court dances from the era. Yeah. This point a lot of what was being written down. And and codified was not about steps. But like the shapes that people should make in a in a ballroom to create a dance an Italy continued to be central in Europe. In the incorporation of structured and choreograph dance into its celebrations and events throughout the fifteenth century and into the sixteenth on January thirteenth fourteen ninety one of the most famous productions of the renaissance era was staged. It was called festival parodies o or feast of paradise. And that was staged by Leonardo Davinci based on the work of poet Bernardo Balint Yoni and Milan festival parodies. Oh was part performance art and part architectural marvel and it was staged to celebrate the marriage of jungle ESO's force and Isabela of Aragon the production had lavish scenery that depicted Jupiter surrounded by planets and stars the stage revolved and Roman gods and goddesses were all included in this welcomed as Abella. There have been entire books written about this one event. But for the purposes of this discussion, the Germain aspect is that there was an entire prologue of dance performances in honor of the newlyweds. Yeah. There have been various modern. Chretien's of this event. But it is just described in all writing as this astonishing thing. It's like one of those things that the people that were there for it were almost revered for having been at a marked an important moment in history and coming up. We are also going to talk about a woman who is mentioned on the podcast fairly frequently and who has been the focus of some of our recent classics, and that's Catherine Domenici, but first we're gonna pause and have a little sponsor break. I can't believe it. That Gerald presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets..

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"brosio" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on WTVN

"In Ohio the single biggest policy issue for farmers in two thousand eighteen was the debate over how to address agriculture's role in improving water quality, we were pleased to get some thoughts on that from Jessica DM Brosio of the nature conservancy and Chris Winslow of Ohio State university's see grant program, if they had to advise government leaders, what kinds of policy approaches would they recommend? Well, I think it's important. I understand that the voluntary programs that we have in place have done a very good job. If I can use this analogy of stabilizing, our patient patient is Lake Erie. So we've done a very good job of making the lake stable based on what we're putting into it currently. And I think what we can do is. I would advise our policy makers to come up with some some constructive policies, and align that with funding that also that help us treat the root causes of the chronic illness. So we stabilize the patient. How can we then? Now, take the next step treat the root causes of illness. And cure cure, the disease. Chris your thoughts on if you were king for a day and got to make all our state's policy on water quality. What would be some things that you would feel are important to think about? Yeah. So I mean, definitely policies tool in the toolbox. When you when you when you use it, you gotta make sure that the farmer can afford to do it monetarily, but also temporarily there are some things that were asking farmers perhaps to do that. It's just not feasible within the planting season or the the growing season. And so we need to do if if if a policy is put in place, it needs to have support for that farmer, both monetarily, and and and make sure they have enough time to implement those that support comes from being constructive, enabling. Farmers to be able to make decisions and being flexible enough to say, okay. Well, I know there's a range of options available to me. How can I choose from this range of options that best fits my system? One of my favorite shows every year is bringing in the finalists for the young egg professionals discussion meet competition the program is leadership development activity. Sponsored by Ohio farm bureau. I talked with this year's finalists about why young professionals is valuable here are anti spec. Jacob whole Scher Casey Ellington and Seth Middleton really the opportunity to develop people skills. You know, a lot of folks in agriculture. We've got specific training in whatever commodity that we work in. We might have, you know, vocational training college educations in those fields. But we don't always focus so much on the people side of things and being a communication instructor communication, and and people are my thing. And so. I really like to talk about the young professionals program is an opportunity for young people to learn to have candid and polite discussions about really controversial issues to talk to news media to talk to policymakers and how to make those interactions positive whenever possible. I mean growing up on a farm. You're used to your parents or grandparents way of doing things or maybe your friends or just your small geographical region. And even in Ohio is small it is this. There's hundreds of different ways to run a farm and to go to these young conferences, you get to see every every different way. There's a lot of networking opportunities. That's the one thing I've been having a lot of discussions with some young and upcoming leaders and my neck of the woods, young girls, getting ready to graduate and things like that. And trying to find those jobs in agriculture, and I say we need to come and experience this conference as I came on as a farm bureau member began to learn a lot about. The policy and the responsibilities that we have as a group bright young folks there. I'm sure you'll hear their names again, probably as leaders in Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, and we'll have the next round of discussion. Meet leaders on the show.

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"brosio" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"brosio" Discussed on WTVN

"The single biggest policy issue for farmers in two thousand eighteen was the debate over how to address agriculture's role in improving water quality, we were pleased to get some thoughts on that from Jessica DeAnne Brosio of the nature conservancy and Chris Winslow of Ohio State university's see grant program, if they had to advise government leaders, what kinds of policy approaches would they recommend? Well, I think it's important. I understand that the voluntary programs that we have in place have done a very good job. If I can use this analogy of stabilizing, our patient patient is Lake Erie. So we've done a very good job of making the lake stable based on what we're putting into it currently. And I think what we can do is. I would advise our policymakers to come up with some some constructive policies, and align that with funding that also that help us treat the root causes of the chronic illness. So we stabilize the patient. How can we then? Now, take the next step cheat the root causes of illness and cure cure, the disease. Chris your thoughts on if you were king for a day and get to make all our state's policy on water quality. What would be some things that you would feel are important to think about yes. I mean, definitely policies tool in the toolbox. When you when you when you use it, you gotta make sure that the farmer can afford to do it monetarily, but also temporarily there are some things that were asking farmers perhaps to do that. It's just not feasible within the planting season or the or the growing season. And so we need to do if if a policy is put in place that needs to have support for that farmer, both monetarily, and and and make sure they have enough time to implement those that support comes from being constructive, enabling farmers to be able to make decisions and being flexible enough to say, okay. Well, I know there's a range of options available to me. How can I choose from this range of options that best fits my system? One of my favorite shows every year is bringing in the finalist for the young professionals discussion beat competition. The Yap program is leadership development activity. Sponsored by Ohio farm bureau. I talked with this year's finalists about why young professionals is valuable here are anti spec. Jacob whole Scher, Casey Ellington. And Seth Middleton really the opportunity to develop people skills. You know, a lot of folks in agriculture. We've got specific training in whatever commodity that we work in. We might have, you know, vocational training college educations in those fields. But we don't always focus so much on the people side of things and being a communication instructor communication, and and people are my thing. And so I really like to talk about the young professionals program is an opportunity for young people to learn to have candid and polite discussions about really controversial issues to talk to news media to talk to policymakers and how to make those interactions positive whenever possible. I mean growing up on a farm you're used to your parents or grandparents way of doing things or maybe your friends or just your small geographical region. And even in Ohio smallest it is this. There's hundreds of different ways to run a farm and to go to these young conferences, you get to see every every different way. There's a lot of networking opportunities. That's the one thing I've been having a lot of discussions with some young and upcoming leaders and my neck of the woods, young girls, getting ready to graduate and things like that. And trying to find those jobs in agriculture, and I say we need to come and experience this conference as I came on as a farm bureau member began to learn a lot about the policy and the responsibilities that we have as a group bright young folks there. I'm sure you'll hear their names again, probably as leaders in Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, and we'll have the next round of discussion. Meet leaders on the show here coming.

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