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Is Sourdough Bread Better for You?
"A listener row with some questions about sour dough. He says i use homemade whole grain. Sour dough daily. And i'm convinced it has exceptional health benefits but i can't find any nutritional info on it. It seems to me that it has to have probiotics. For instance with so many people stuck at home over the last year bread baking in general and sour dough in particular have seen a big rise in popularity and i think that many people share this listeners conviction that sour dough must somehow be more nutritious than just regular bread but are those beliefs backed up by any science. Sour dough is a traditional method of making bread. That's a bit more time and labor intensive than modern methods. And maybe that's why we assume must also be better for us a lot of bread. These days is made with dried yeast. Which are reanimated when their combined with warm water and then when mixed with flour the reanimated yeast start to digest the sugars in the flour. Releasing carbon dioxide gas and this gas gets trapped in pockets in the dough and causes the dough to rise sour dough bread also uses microorganisms to generate the gas. That makes the bread rise. But in this case lactobacillus bacteria are the ones doing the heavy lifting these bacteria along with some uncultivated or wild yeasts are naturally present in the flower as well as just in the air so to make a sour dough starter. You just combine flour and water and you let it sit loosely covered for several days in a warm room and just let nature do its thing as the bacteria in the flower start to reproduce. They give off carbon dioxide gas and lactic acid. And eventually you end up with a tangy. Bubbly mixture with enough umph to levin a loaf of so sour dough bakers will typically take a lot of this starter out of the batch and then replace it with fresh flour and water because unlike a packet of dried yeast. Which you can store in the fridge for years before using it a sour dough starter is a living breathing colony that requires ongoing care. If you don't periodically add more flour to it the bacteria will run out of food and die and this is how people end up hiring sour dough babysitters when they have to go and extended trips. Bread made with sour dough as opposed to baking. Yeast has a characteristically sour tangy taste. And that's one of its chief attractions. The texture of the bread is also usually a little denser moisture and then yeast rice and bread which adds to its charms and the lactic. Acid acts as a natural preservative. Meaning that sour dough breads. Keep well without a lot of added preservatives because the specific metro organisms present in a sour note depend on the type of flour. That's used and the kind of yeast that happened to be hanging out in your kitchen. Every batch of sour dough has unique personality even a tear warr and one that's constantly evolving and this can be a source of frustration as well as joy if you talk to a sour dough baker about his starter. You'll soon start to get the feeling that they're talking about a member of the family or at least a pet with a variety of quirky traits and preferences. It's not uncommon for bakers to name their sourdot an opera singer friend of mine for example named his brune hildalgo. If you somehow get really lucky and get a really good starter. When that produces a nice springy loaf with the perfect balance of tennis you can get even more neurotic about it or at least so. I'm told seriously really good sour dough. Starters are valuable not like game stop stock or anything but still you divide it and give it as gifts you can even sell it. Case in point was once on a hiking vacation in wyoming and idaho and one day. We had breakfast in a diner. Where the pancakes and the breads were made with a famous one hundred year old sour dough starter that had been continuously cultivated since pioneer days. So obviously we had to buy some of that starter for the rest of the vacation. We carded this stuff. Around in a tupperware container carefully. Keeping it out of drafts and direct sunlight occasionally adding more flour and water to keep it going and somehow we manage to get it all the way home to maryland without leaking out into our luggage. And i'm afraid. I no longer have my hundred-year-old started today but i did keep old jedidiah going for several years before that relationship fizzled out turns out. He was just too needy. In any case. I think you can see why sourdot lovers might assume that sour dough has exceptional health benefits the same way we just know that our poodle or our four year old is smarter than the average ninth. Grader can just feel these things.
Sierra Club Denounces Founder John Muir For Racism
"A historic icon of the American environmental. Movement is in the spotlight John Muir founded the Sierra Club in eighteen, ninety two in San Francisco. The group's current leaders says the ongoing civil rights protests, leading to the dismantling of confederate monuments is causing the Sierra Club to reexamine its own racist history NPR's Kirk. Siegler reports. The group is pledging to remove some of its own John Maher statues. John Muir has long been revered by environmentalists. The California naturalists Biblical love. Wild places led to a legacy of federal wilderness protections, including Yosemite National Park, but mirror was also well known for making derogatory comments about blacks and native people and the modern conservation movement has wrestled for years with these transgressions in a letter to the Sierra clubs members today, current Director Michael Brune said this moment. Moment is a time to reexamine. The clubs own substantial role in perpetuating white supremacy. Bruins says the group will reconsider the views of some of its founders that lead to the modern movement being so white today when it comes to John Muir, we're looking to advance the conversation about yours legacy to look at him in a more comprehensive and inclusive way. That acknowledges his limitations. Limitations and shortcomings, the Sierra Club says it's considering removing some monuments to its founders. Brune is also pledging that the group will reorganize to ensure that a majority of its leadership is comprised of people of Color, and he hopes to spend five million dollars on diversifying their staff and training. The announcement was welcomed by Mustafa Santiago Ali of the National Wildlife Federation. You know it's long overdue. Overdue we have to address the sins of the past. He's one of the few people of Color who's actually in a leadership position in a major environmental group that major sin of the past, many of those folks felt that those spaces those natural spaces, those sacred spaces where meant for white men Ali says the modern day environmental movements lack of diversity in its writ large. Of Communities of color has had major consequences, one example, industrial facilities are often put in underserved neighborhoods and pollution from them as drifting into national parks like those John Muir fought to establish. Kirk, siegler NPR
Arsenal's Terrible Day
"Leboeuf Shack Hissel and Craig Burley with Craig. Let's start showing with to city against also. It went pretty much exactly as you would expect it to. Well Yeah McCullough. Expecting such Leandra and bring David Luiz on, but you know dovid Louise was form. It was a sham books Listen I. Don't think this would been macchia game to be quite frank. Eleven v Eleven I think it was heading. That way anyway has mistaken any sending all just optional. Final Nail Nicole Fan. We said it before the lockdown to. Red in the face off no need. A massive overhaul got some good young kids wrote some decent young kids become law deadwood they're. Dead Wood on big money and tetter at needs to get a heck of a job. He's gotten his hands. Talk to me about victories. Well, it's it's. It's sad. Because when you're a defender, you don't WanNa. See that say so pulling in another way because we know that concede for penalties and was in you is the most player was involving bigger zeroes in? Enduring during the premier league season, so you Saad and now I was rather talk about the Brune was read the man of the match, but it's true that he made two big mistakes were alone Manchester your city to score two goals and I think he doesn't see a stunning. He made the hour. We can see him turning and realizing that. Rhyme sterling just beyond him. I always thought that the. Devotees was a good player. A great player, but none of defender is is is a midfield player. It doesn't want to make sure that. You defend well first, and then you think about enjoying life. It's it's. It's what you have to do I. Function when your defender. You make sure you clear. The books need to play with the ball. Saka it. How would you feel if? Teammate, considering you comes on, and does all of this. I really don't know at. This discussion about about Louis well, if not every weekend. To. Protect. It was an opportunity for him. You lose to play through injury. No you stabbed Lewis comes in and does as he does. I can say tongue-in-cheek, maybe Louise not being available for the next three weeks kind of balancing out because he's been that poor at least i. Wouldn't have to answer to those upstairs as to why he's leaving DABID Luigia, manny to call on on some of the is young and up and coming players, but it's not the started also wanted surprise surprise. You have to put this behind. You somehow asked on are leaving everybody scratching and scratching their heads as their how they can be this. Let let that Don. Let. Let's cut through most of here. David Luiz. Full. Right back the problem Moustapha. Football Club was an argument to say shock should fit because not good enough, also just about to get to shift that football club, but some clone give him a three hundred thousand plus a week contract. Right for a guy who's been liability. By signs the mid by decisions. Right that's the bottom line, young and experienced manager WHO's been in the game a long time, but not in management and he's left with us. And he's going to be questioned. And Haste. Underline. I mean what the Hell was wrong. I mean it's essentially again. He's carrying a knock against it, but is he not a better option as good as catchy as a youngster? Is he a better option to be playing from the star? All these decisions football club need to be questioned, but Davidge and There was a story. Lose? A story twenty four hours ago. This is incredible. The Artisanal wanted to begin David Luiz in new contracts in them as a role model sit, there was a key part of helping. Just incredible, just incredible. They're not a bad word. Apples and deadwood. Sorry, they have this football club, and until the psalter until the alter the nothing more than mid table, mediocrity cranky mention. Arteta said after the game his decision not to include him in the squad tactical. I mean I've never heard anything so stupid. Normal life apart from that alarm going off the driving whoever that is. I just don't get I just don't it's not? Yes he wasn't going to play. Say and in a nutshell tells the story, right? Play, but at least if you've got a guy who can potentially change game if arsenal where to hold, it is zero zero for seventy five minutes or something like that that you could bring on, and he can maybe open the door, so don't tell me it's tactical. You making yourself look stupid, right? It's not tactical is a waste of space these days right but. But. They've lumbered themselves with this player. I would prefer of Mykola out and said you know what I'm not GonNa get from our tests or what I need, so if left him in London of left them. They are rather bring the kids. I would respect more. He said that, but don't come out and tell his AAC tactical because that's nonsense
President Donald Trump announces 'phase one' trade deal with China
"The US and China reached a partial trade on Friday president trump spoke to reporters in the Oval Office after meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Lu both realize for the beginning very important not only for giant only for the US but for the world our Josh Zoom Brune has more from Washington. It's really kind of incredible how far away we are from the sweeping deal that people thought was going to be possible in May it looks like they agreed on a very small number of things it looks like China's going to purchase more US agricultural products and it looks like the US is going to hold on off on a tariff increase that was set to take place in mid October and then what they've said is that they're going to continue working on this they're going to do several phases of D aw to get to their full Fang and this'll be phase one once they finished it they'll start working on a face to the US hasn't made a final decision on whether to impose tariffs set to take effect in December it also wasn't clear whether the administration would follow through on plans to grant licenses for American businesses to sell to Chinese telecommunications Ryan Hallway Trump's trade advisor Robert lighthizer said while way was being considered in a separate process. US stocks rallied on Friday on hopes the two countries would leave this week's talks in Washington with an agreement the S. and P. Five hundred broke a three-week losing streak
High-level trade talks between US and China resume
"The US and China are gearing up for the latest round kind of trade talks in Washington this week and our Josh Zoom Rune says there's a new wildcard in the mix I think one thing that really complicates it's all of this is the kind of impeachment drama in Washington there's a big question I think over whether or not this weakens the president in the is of Chinese who view him as politically vulnerable or if this maybe makes the president you know more inclined to be tough on China to kind of show some of the things the administration is doing I guess what we'd say is that impeachment is a big wild card you know this is already extremely unpredictable these trade negotiations have been predictable from the very beginning people who've tried to guess which way it's going almost always gotten it wrong and I think this adds just another degree of unpredictability to it still there are some signs of Progress I think you can say that there's too positive signs that we're seeing one is that the high level negotiators are back at the table. I mean this is the first time since July that we've had high level negotiations is going to be the US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer Treasury Secretary and then China's top trade negotiators as well and this is a group that hasn't talked and I almost three months so that's a positive sign and the second positive sign is that China has started to buy more agricultural products in a in a meaningful way and we're starting to see some positive signs out of China they're really but buying soybeans they're buying pork again the US farm economy is really far away from I'm kind of recovered or back to health but this is kind of a step in the right direction that's The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zoom Brune negotiators from the US and China Anna are set to meet in Washington on Thursday and Friday
Beer Tasting, Belgian not Trappist
"Saint Bernardus. ABT twelve it is widely regarded as one of the best beers in the world. If not the universe is there for no surprise it is the brewery's flagship beer ranked at the very top of the same Bernardus beer hierarchy hierarchy. It is brewed in the classic quadruple style and adheres to the original nineteen forty six recipe. I love this bear. I think that recipe goes back further than forty six. I thought right yeah. I thought it was one of the original. This is one one of the oldest. It's one of the oldest I think that's one of the marketing does is that it's the oldest beer recipe in production. This is just pure magic raisins spices. I can actually hear Christmas carols some drinking this. I mean it's just this is so wonderful. I love it at a bottle eleven glass. I love it on draft. A love often go yeah if you can find it on draft get it. It is spectacular dealer. Yeah I thought it at a very rich composite Malt toffee raisin rich fruit in the NOZ was like a Vice Bach. I mean had that banana. That was just it just it was just it took me into all different kinds of beer directions so like like the best Belgians right. The yeast plays a role in every one of these beers that were drinking today and that's. It's just this thing drinks like an eight percent beer. I mean it's it's they're all super drinkable and that's a classic sign of all these. Trappist yet rapids style albers is the the monks actually have a word they called digestible which to Muss basically means easy drinking even though this is big and complex and rich and high alcohol. It's a very very easy drinking beer sure it is I mean you don't you don't taste the alcohol on this and all it's it's just creamy enough the it's so layered it's so light on the tongue it's very impressive motivation and all of these two superhero point silky smooth. One of the one of the stories stories of the Trappist Brune history is that the quadruple is of course the top gear the top strength but that the single double triple quadruple also denotes win. The beers can be consumed in during the workweek. The singles are are allowed to be drunk at the end of the of the day eight the do bolster for Sunday's only the triples or for high holy days and quadruple is if the bishop is if the Bishop is around the big guys so oh yeah. We're having them all in one sitting what does that make. The pope is good a debate pope next to godliness so I love this brief conversation about Wesley Twelve. You know because this a beer definitely is a I think a dead ringer of four Wesley Twelve and in fact actually remember somebody doing a blind tasting of Belgian quads and the West leader end this were in there and everybody picked us as the West leader that blind dates. It is so similar when we're talking about out those rare beers you know like treehouse.
The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death - Part 2
"Week we covered jacqueline travers mysterious childhood and how he went from Patty criminal to murderer after receiving a life sentence in prison he was able to transform public perception about him through his memoir but once he secured his release he immediately began killing again today. We'll conclude our exploration into the poet of death. Johann Oh Han Jack wound vaguer while in prison for the murder your of eighteen year old Margaret Shaeffer Jack Vega wrote and published his nineteen eighty-four Memoir Vega Foia or purgatory in it. He largely embellishes relishes a horrendous childhood living with his grandfather due to his excessive hyperbole. The memoir helped Jack cultivate an image that garnered sympathy sympathy from Australia's literary elite and prison reform activists. He became a celebrated author writing short stories plays and and children's stories to go along with his bestselling autobiography he successively trick them all into thinking that prison had rehabilitated him in nineteen ninety ninety. Jack Otter Vicar was released upon his release. He continued his charade as a changed man he became a celebrity giving book readings things in interviews but on September Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety just four months after he regained his freedom. Jack began a whole new murder spree spree. His first victim was thirty year old. Blanca botch Gavaa in Prague this week will cover Jack's continuous murder spree throughout route nineteen ninety and nineteen ninety-one has he moved from Austria to California then we'll cover the international efforts to bring Jack to justice. Thanks in large part are to a retired detective. One of the only ones who saw through Jack's reformed literary Genius Act after Jack Murdered Blunk Bochco vow while interviewing sex workers in Prague he returned to Vienna and began production on a play the piece was entitled Dungeon and served as a sequel to purgatory instead of just staying in Vienna. Jack was taking the play on tour. He was hoping for it to become his first big literary success post-prison. Unfortunately it was neither a critical nor financial success and the lack of appraise angered Jack October twenty six one thousand nine hundred ninety while Jack was in grottes possibly with the tour thirty nine year old sex worker Brune Hilda Hilda Massa disappeared in Austria. Sex Work is legal and highly regulated women must register with the police and are not allowed to begin working until the age of nineteen. The authorities are constantly in the know when it comes to the women working on the streets so when police learned of the disappearance of Brune held Hilda Masa it gave them a great deal of concern as the police scratch their heads over Broom Hilda's disappearance Jack in the tour traveled to Dornbirn a small town four hundred miles west of Vienna near the border of Austria and Switzerland on December fifth one thousand nine hundred ninety according to biographer John Leaks while in Dornbirn Dornbirn Jack called a friend of his and complained about the tepid response dungeon was receiving throughout the tour. The friend recalled that Jack was completely arrate. She tried to calm him down but he hung up on her still in a rage that night jack room the the streets of brigands seven miles north of Dornbirn to cool down. He needed to find a way to blow off some steam. Sadly the victim of Jack's rage would be thirty one year old sex sex worker. Heidi Marie Hammer Heidemarie vanished from her usual spot of the night of December fifth on New Year's Eve a couple of hikers making their way through the woods outside the city discovered Heidemarie Body. She was partially naked exposed from the waist down wrapped around her neck was is her pantyhose which had been used to strangle her to death a few days later on January Fifth Nineteen ninety-one Brune Hilda masses partially naked body body was discovered in the woods by a couple of kids playing there there had been a year and a half gap between the murders of Meriva Horvat and Margaret Shaeffer now while Jack was only waiting a month in between kills it appeared as Jack was evolving Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please I note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg last week. We discussed how jack suffered from narcissistic personality disorder however since his release from prison it is possible that Jackson. PD evolved into malignant narcissism malignant narcissism is a blending of NPD with antisocial personality disorder as Rhonda Freeman PhD writes in her article for psychology she today people with this condition have extremely fragile egos and self esteem they can have occurrences of unstable impulsive or aggressive aggressive behavior. It's quite possible that the poor reception of Dungeon hurt Jax Egos so much that drove him to kill while on the road and at the start of the New Year nineteen ninety-one Jackson the process of moving on from the failures of Dungeon by focusing on his next play scream of fear scream of fear was a short play about AIDS Jackass said lost friends to the disease while in prison throughout the eighties during the AIDS crisis he became increasingly worried about the rising death toll and wanted to bring awareness to it scream of fear premiered in Vienna on February February seventeenth nineteen ninety-one it then travelled to seven other cities across Australia while we don't have confirmed proof that scream of fear was met met with the same response as Dungeon. It is quite possible that it did because while the play was on Tour Jack Struck again on March seventh seventh nineteen ninety-one sex worker Alfreda shrimp disappeared from her corner in Grottes Austria about one hundred twenty miles south of Vienna Elfriede has case ace proved slightly different from Jack previous murders a few days after a free to disappeared. Jack called off Rita's parents and taunted them. What made the calls halls even more nefarious was that the families phone number was unlisted in the phone book. It's possible that check forestall free to give them the number just before he strangled her
Without Space, We Die
"You've ever wondered why we care so much about studying space or why it matters that we found an ice volcano on dwarf planet, then you're not alone. We get plenty of questions on social media. Wondering why space is so important. That's why we got in touch with today's guest a scientist, and SpaceX Decatur, who has some pretty great insights into why we need space here. He is. My name is Kevin Jada Brune. And I am a former NASA rocket scientist so space exploration and space technology. These things are literally in our everyday life, like they make life possible. We use GPS we use credit cards. We all look at weather forecasts. But the main important thing is that without space technology. We literally die and a lot of people don't know how important and impactful all of the things that are going on. In outer space, the things that have been developed through the Apollo program to now how that actually allows us to live safely and continue on living. So one of the stories, I really like to highlight is a man named George grace. So George grace is an accomplished artist in buffalo and a story by Ivanhoe describes Georgia's use of cancer treatment known as photodynamic therapy or not. So this treatment is actually medication that is activated by LED lights, and this LED activating technology stems from using LED's to grow plants on the international space station.
"brune" Discussed on The Insightful Astrology Podcast with Maria DeSimone
"And then and and the silliest things like I had a baby at a needed a baby gate, and we had a weird entrance. So it had to be accustomed gate. And so the man who's going to build the gate comes into the house, and he ignores me. Me the woman who's actually going to be carrying the baby and the laundry and the groceries in and out ignores me and goes right to my father-in-law, and they are discussing the mechanics of my my gate and the best type of way to do it. And I was I was never asked. My ex mother in law used to come to my house and move around things, and she would Brune the bushes, and she would do all sorts of things. I was never asked. I never had a voice that triggered all of that. But it taught exactly and look at you have Jupiter in the twelfth at your in laws. Yeah. So that's the that's the kind of thing that you should you knew for some reason, I truly believe that you were held responsible for husband's death or a husband's fall from grace in your lifetime in your soul early on in this lifetime. Still like you said blues you have the right? You have the right to those choices. You don't have the right to make that Venus shine to do. It is what we attract and what we love. You don't have a right to to to what you want playlist during your closet. Somebody else has. To make that decision. No longer with this with this new these new digs you go for it. And don't worry because there's nothing written in stone. A painkiller can be changed. A couch can be recovered bring that Venus out because it's got you've got to start being. It's it's one of your talents is self promotion. One of your talents putting yourself out there. And I think it comes from sporadically where you do it. And then you feel bad that you've done it. Maybe not now but in the beginning, and that's what that's what when this Venus does come out in the twelfth house..
"brune" Discussed on AP News
"Great singers of the modern era. It might be a little trickier. Imagining them as little kids together Robinson says they used to play hide and seek and kick. The can he says he met Franklin when she was six as she was playing the piano and singing amazing grace. He says he thought then that she could be really important in show business Robinson performs on Sunday CBS special Aretha, Grammy celebration for the Queen of soul other performers include Celine. Dion Jennifer Hudson, says a common and John legend. I'm Archie zaraleta? I'm throwing in a spoiler alert for this is fans because well this story deals with next week's episode. All right here, we go viewers of the NBC hit show are routinely taken out of their comfort zone. But in next week's episode. It means a change in style. This time the drama is getting theatrical in an episode about a Pearson family crisis in airs Tuesday on NBC and focuses on Kate's extended family gathering after she's rushed to the hospital in early labor. It will be almost entirely set in a hospital waiting room and takes place in the course of one day series creator. Dan, Fogelman says it was designed as an intense one act play, but it veers sharply from the show's trademark flashback approach to the story of Rebecca inject Pearson and their children, the episodes, author playwright Becca Brune, stutter said the shock will be minor. And that the focus still remains on the shows popular characters. Early campaign rallies for the Democratic Party presidential nomination. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute to candidates for the democratic party's presidential nomination. Hold rallies this evening for not Vermont, independent Senator Bernie Sanders talks about people calling him too radical guaranteeing healthcare to all as a right, not.
"brune" Discussed on The Science Show
"I've actually in the trinity market in the middle of hull. It's in the evening and the prices full of science, which will leave and the person you heard in the background, giving advice, it's looks. I miss Asom invectives Asamoah new shirt that my habit to be missed. That's not initiate what is your name? Allen rice rice and in command of the atom brewery myemma I'm the co founder of atom which we launched in two thousand fourteen what scientific about it. We use the broody as an experimental facility. So we look at sign's behind actually bring high quality bears, but more importantly, said the brewery up as science educations on to inspire, educate sixteen to nineteen year olds by science and the workless, and they're allowed to drink. They're definitely not allowed to drink DIVY quite working. But how do they respond to us with excitement on? I don't believe it can do science and then the and real life and maybe I can do this and start looking at that. They're not lightbulb moment. Where did you learn your shines? I've got degree in physiology which I graduated from university in many moons ago. I thought you didn't sound very hell. No, I'm I'm not designated west Cousteau on. So Tanko Greenock near Glasgow and the science of I would have thought that after all these years, I just told you the story of preservation island and the will eldest beer, two hundred years old. I mean, the one that's in the chat now obviously people be making beer long. However, what scientists they left to talk about, oh, something's been around for thousands of thousands of years as fundamental to fuming condition if fabric of life, but more so than not. You're looking at completely experimental process which can influence bio chemistry, microbiology particular cars, the east. As you mentioned nila in next big leap forward pro from a brain perspective is who is Brune east capable to be used in space or moving tomorrow's. So you've got another level. I don't really know those few science Soltys universities across the globe are into the benefits on functionality overs, which is bad resilient and commute in various conditions of temperature on aerobically option deprivation. So why not use it in space. And what about the teaching the kids? How often do you do it now on the way last and get a qualification in it. The cough now though, is some from the cats are now if number of colleges. So generally we have it on about twenty thirty students to vegetate about those students with the period of time, and they'll be for our couple two, three days. Verdy looking all aspects on lewke cannot pairs up with his syllabus. They're learning that point in time, but more importantly is just about getting them somewhere where they can feel what's different about your beers. We believe making cleaver four beers, which consistently high quality on openly drink. Footsie should get the glossing. I'll have another one. What do you think of trailing is fantastic really came on lease and Barnes. In the past five years, we run the Brisbane area. Some really amazing birdies popping up. Marash Liu, king having our beer's brute and ustralia next year to create atom ustralia. So it's not just logger stuff? No, definitely. No, I show is over the best beers Cyrus night gaze. The minute we do see much over in the UK probably actually good thing because beer doesn't travel the best trying to go to the site of the world. As we know we should. Rilya. So that's one of the reasons we want to. And here you off for the week, it's the beginning of the signs festival. Are you going to be spooking the Bill week? We were trying our best lots of different events. We've got a bar incentive all which is hosting events on. It's just nice to have science and how such begged exciting. I've just been they're doing Mets semester conjuring face recognition and a few other things like that. So congratulations. Thank you. Should be intriguing. I hope you're going to be there for the mass and there's some during yourself, Ellen rice of atom beer in how this that's the new shape of science festival, chemistry in the market. They even had a giant moon in the whole minster inside the church, filling the nave huge. And then as you heard there was maths and magic in the pub..
"brune" Discussed on WCPT 820
"To the zero hour I'm Alex, Austin filling in for Richard and we're gonna be talking with Matt bruning. From the people's policy project and I'm just I'm really excited about this because the current state of healthcare in, America is completely, unsustainable immoral but also, unsustainable it's bankrupting our country our broken system where money is extracted from us by the insurance, industry by the pharmaceutical industry and they had this whole plan to use this study this this coq funded Wall Street front, group to attack Bernie. Sanders Medicare for all, plan and Pretty much single handedly Matt Brune Neg just up ended their entire their, entire plan their entire corporate media rollout by just doing the math and showing the. Inevitable, conclusion that having a system. An actual healthcare system instead of a, sick care system for insurance executives to get rich off of saves the. Country money so I'm really excited to talk with Matt about that and also explore how scared Wall Street and, corporate America are, right now because the, people are paying attention that people are standing up the people have been brought to the barricades, by Donald Trump and everything that's going on in this country and they're scared and they shouldn't be because we are going, to dismantle their system brick By brick and we're going to replace it with a system that's answerable to the people and just watching Matt bruning up and their entire corporate communication strategy basically single. Handedly is a thing of beauty and something that I think shows how each of us can play such a huge role by being truth tellers so we're going to talk to Matt Nick. About that we're going to talk to Wendell Potter later.
"brune" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"L w We're back Rick, the big outdoors seven hundred wwl w Cincinnati common up our good. Buddy Gary Jeff Walker after the news and, Michael Kay Allen and then we'll get to financial our and. We've got Ken Brune proudly, reds games and. Now denotes it's at. Supper weekend or you, go on the big one, that's what you get sandy? Lorentz with us. Florida, Keys outfitters certainly. Someone that. Didn't think he probably would have to become. Such an activist but that's what you have to do sandy if you wanna get things done. And it's, not necessarily, activism, but it's just it's. It's affecting the way of life for a lot of people across Florida and you know I personally haven't noticed what's happening down. There but I'm not down there at the time that it's, taking place now it's taking place on a bigger scale. And I've seen it in the news, and things like that so So, sandy for people our listeners who are people that vacation in. Florida They have family that? Maybe have seasonal residences, maybe they retired how how do they get involved Well we we put a coalition together two years ago. When we realize this is. Happening call now it's now or never think the time, has come, we can't wait any longer so Google up. Now on Everglades, Rams? Signed a declaration the declaration Saying what. Scientifically has to be done and join was over seventy five thousand strong now and we need more and more support so if you if you saw now or never Glades join us and we'll keep you informed. With, the week don't harass you we put out a a news update every couple of weeks. And there's no charge to sign and support us when. This has to be like. The perfect storm for a lot of other industries to. Come together To be able to change, the direction of. The decisions by the legislature and army dealing with the Everglades national parks of the feds have an interest in this well fish and Wildlife Service and the US EPA those those kinds of entities right absolutely absolutely Well we need to do is we need to reconstruct the plumbing, we need to put a reservoir, south of lake Okeechobee dynamic reservoir take the water out to south boy. Mother. Nature. Intended Phil, tracer marshes and return to Florida by and and that's only. On term solution is to bring it back to a degree the, way it was harassed by spy question, for you sandy This. Is not a new situation? It's a, worsening, situation, but, it's been a problem for some time and sometimes the politicians get. Up there and they say all the right things but nothing happens you know what I mean? Everybody, thinks, oh, boy finally it doesn't happen and it's been going on like this for years do you think that things have reached a point now at which finally something might actually. Happen You know it's become one of the top issues Election coming up many of. The candidates, refused to accept financial donations for sure Any anymore and Expensive time that's. Come Everglades We have to do it now like so many other things in times that have come across this. Country it's, time? Right it is time and it just can't sit on your butts and and just think something will. Happen you, just I, think but you, know for real estate tourism and all the other business organisations or associations across the, state you, know put them all on the same in the same. Camp it sure. Does and we've been fortunate in the. Keys we're not getting this water We need clean fresh water the we. Don't need the water upstate So it's it's now or never Glades then as an organization that people need to do a little search. For not Glades, dot org, is probably the largest coalition.
"brune" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Guys, are, bombarding. Our Facebook page with your responses. And honestly as it is every time. We have this type of a conversation about the. D. h. about the traditional rules in major league baseball tweaking the rules you. All are split essentially right down the middle like a microcosm of our country. Right now but yeah check out this poll you won't. Believe how close the results are right now this is early, voting so Twitter or Facebook our phone number eight five five two one. Two four two two seven that's eight five five two one. Two four two two seven I'm happy to hear from you however you would like to, reach us we're a half hour away from asking me anything so while you're on social media or if you call up on the phones Chris I I was about to say I. Would love your questions. But that's not completely, accurate Chris would love, your questions and if you, want, to, use, a. Cuba theme that's great because I will, be, in, Cuba, next. Week sometimes we've done themes with. Asking me in the past so it's. Up to you Chris Chris is in the driver's. Seat but you gotta send him your questions otherwise he will ask his own By the way if you never did check out our latest video. Version of asking me anything that's up on our YouTube channel. So I don't a lot of you have have checked it out I was very proud of my. Shirt I picked it perfectly. For the occasion I believe it's after hours here on CBS sports, radio okay so, for, those of us and listen to the show after the whole run derby so Monday night I was. I was just admitting to my domestic failure I was draining Michael Brune maker into a small glass pitcher actually it's more like a. Measuring, Cup, of pyrex and it it, overflowed because I wasn't paying, attention I went in to. Watch I wouldn't watch Kyle Schwab or hit a couple of Schwartz bombs and, I thought oh this go watch what Kyle doesn't the. Final round of the homerun derby and that I completely, forgot I sat down with, my, piece of chocolate and with the, home runs and with Bryce Harper and. All, of his stars and stripes And I was mesmerized, by his comeback in the late stages that I completely forgot I never did remember that I had put this small pitcher underneath the spigot needed to go. MD it and then put it back because I walked back into the, kitchen shocked I tell you to see that, there's coffee all over my kitchen. Counter and I mean all over my kitchen counter I lost probably half the coffee I. Was. So ticked and frustrated with myself and my entire downstairs still smells like coffee anyway I called my mom when that happened just. Because I needed to vent about the. Fact that I am a major domestic failure at least I was at that point and so, she laughs and she talks to. Me. While. I. Clean it up. And she's. Like I know I've done. That before okay okay okay feel better guy all right got to go to, work so then I wake up on Tuesday afternoon to this text from my mom Mom needs to come on the. Show again soon we already know we have to ask her to tell us the difference between, whistle blowing and stitching she says. And. I. Quote. Sub-conscious sympathetic coffee. Accident I. Forgot to put the Cup. Under my Keurig and I had a whole Cup fall all over the counter.
"brune" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Acids his personal secretary grace kelly another one of his secretary of the people that are working with them day to day they're getting more and more alarmed hassard is the one who at the beginning of his staying warm springs confronts dr brune at night and says tell me the truth there's no hope for this man and even bruins in you know in silicon gauges in this kind of fiction well you know we can if we can keep him rested and so forth well you can't keep the president of the united states rested in the middle of war and has its response to this well but that means he's through because if there's no if there's no medication or no treatment to reverse this you know it's impossible for him to get the kind of rusty would need you have seen with daisy and polly his cousin and his friend spoon feeding and gruel in order to keep his weight up and then he decides to send for lucy so i made a list of who's surrounding him in these last days it's almost entirely women who were sympathetic and men who were dutiful to and bound to him he he's surrounded by people who are watching him die david it's a spooky feeling i feel like because your book we're watching him die well i mean in a sense that's what's happening and you know having lived in work around franklin roosevelt for many many years i mean one of the things i kind of admired him was his ability and willingness to carry on and try to finish his work because he said to allen or i mean it's clear that he should not have run for a fourth term in terms of his health talks about retiring a resigning to polly and and and and the others in warm springs he uses the word resigned yeah he does and i i actually think he would have i think there's a strong indications that.
"brune" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The building's roof collapsed but the fire did not appear to spread to neighboring businesses and no one was hurt new york's attorney general says a fourmonth investigation of the weinstein company found a pervasive pattern of sexual harassment intimidation and abuse we have investigated other companies for patterns of sexual discrimination or harassment we have never seen anything as despicable as what we seen here eric schneidermann has filed a lawsuit against the weinstein company the basically puts a pause on the company's proposed sale to a group investors schneidermann says harvey weinstein created a toxic environment for women weinstein's lawyer says many of the allegations against the former movie producer are without merit president trump has met with some governors and mayors of the white house to talk about is planned revamp what he calls the country's crumbling infrastructure president says he hopes two hundred billion and federal money will get states in the private sector to spend another one point three billion on improvements to me this is a very very sexy subject the media this and fired at sex i find it sucks because our was always a builder hours do how to build on time on budget and that's what we want here traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center crash on the fourteen and vasquez rocks herbicide with where he the auto thicken you've road where the two right lanes are still shut down traffic really heavy coming away from said kenyan very apartment presents michael brune kfi this guy the problems on the q ten in pasadena mandy it looks like you're actually getting a little break out a passive needed today who eastbound does a slow until you hit about beat boulevard that's pretty choppy through duarte invective stilettos ouzghar where it loosens up little pants off the 57 into firm but i must say definitely running a better than normal other stretch nordbat 605 that's a tough one for a profound ero highway work it away up to the two injured visit superwoman super lawyer dot.
"brune" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Last week after playing her first match since giving birth in september unscom let's look to extend their lead at the top of conference bay in the perfectfitting later they host second from bottom dragons ediborah welcome south african side sucking kings okay that's your sports last return to basics of what we do best at bloomberg the bond markets in the flow of money into emerging markets as hit a 2017 i would hit a record back in 2017 i got remember i'm in 2018 foreign denominated debt issuance reach six hundred seventy six billion dollars last week last year propelled by lower borrowing costs and invested demand but with more than one point five billion dollars of bonds and loans set to mature in the year ahead justice the central bank's position to tighten monetary policy the risks associated with emerging market debt are only increasing the question is can these levels of borrowing be sustained brune is not is our correspondent of bloomberg's libya of a perron per nina good to have you with us live then you above we saw record issuance in emerging markets last year and we've already had a few announcements in the first week of trading what were the highlights of our look at this election i mean from mexico it's quite diverse mexico a man israel and slovenia are you thank you for having me indeed uh as you said we had the wreck at the four issuance for measuring mocking across tolerance and on corporate last year and the number that you mentioned six hundred seventy billion dolars ovation's that's almost forty percent more than the previous year and in the fastow independence we quite try to we already have a few announcements um test came mexico on wednesday it was the soviet into issue from emerging markets been argentina yesterday and today we have uh oman uh which is style thing it's a roadshow told the meeting with investors in london this week and i am in the us next week um and all these deals on multi cianci transaction support so uh billions of dollars so we are back to business bites a business okay you above a what.
"brune" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Also the giving of experiences and holiday travel as something that is hotter than ever right now so camille is this one of the things that you think of and and we're mentioned you a little bit in the interview as well is to do value experience rather than just material possessions so of course we've got a little bit of time so i've got time the listeners have time to shop for camille what is it is it steffi like door open stuff that's maybe uh you know president wise under a tree or whatever would you rather have inexperience would say when i was younger it was more of how many gifts can i get how many can wrap but now i would rather go do something i would rather go see hamilton you know or her as having a meal or something like that and nowadays with the ability social media just the fact that our phones are before you get in the picture was a quite like the old days were ready to stand up and then sit there for a while the guy with a pulled a string of big pook for smoke it isn't like that but now you can just capture and save all of those cool experiences and ways you may not have been able to do in the past and so that is kozo eileen will be on a little bit later after that then coming up after three or rune so arrun is one of our legendary chefs here a rooms tie and he's going to take you transformative travel that's what we're doing to thailand again and so through 129 at once every two hundred anybody's got any questions for if they have been to thailand if they have suggestions of things to see things to do places to visit there he is going to talk a little bit on the culinary side one of our great chefs in so he'll be talking a little bit of the food but also the experience the immersion is you can go to a brune go to thailand with our rain coming up i think it's going to be after jane we're still time to get on board with that and then dug rice the president of our performance racing network p r n you know one of the leading voices.
"brune" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Of the pain any issue of almost any skin irritation brune in fact by and found on back then really work from a from iraq who that give every year the riotous all my elbow bluestar worked wonders amazing near a bit on the it is gone loop for the white box with the bluestar in the first aid section feel bluestar work fast or your money back you're listening through on air with doug jet victoria all right ladies one of the people at the center of a this sexual abuse sick controversy in hollywood is cory feldman who was a child star along with corey heym the two of them were partnered up and put into several movies together corey feldman for years has said that he was a victim of sex will abuse from adults as he was a young child star and and not a lotta people paid a lot of attention to query feldman because he promised he was going to name names in his book he denied he promised he was going to name names and then he decided crowded to crowd funds for a movie where he'd released name so a lot of people kind of wrote him off as an opportunist while now he is naming names and he said that the person or one of the people that molested him as a kid was a an actor named john grissom who was in several of the movies with corey feldman and cory him now the lapd is coming out at confirming that there are actually investigating this hollywood pedophile ring after quarry feldman net finally filed a formal reporting announced on twitter that he had formally filed a police report with the lapd about being molested as a minor he said at the lapd will begin an official investigation now things are heating up i'm praying for safety the lapd confirmed that they were investigating his claims that you at the daily mail and other sources and cory feldman for a long time said that the reason he he had a name names is that he had been threatened for eight years and years and years and he was afraid literally afraid for his life for the information that he held about this pedophile ring in hollywood and it's interesting apparently he was on the doctor oz show and.
"brune" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is a fantasy world and like i said fake news is just go away this effort of the uber left um to the basically you're know are put down the opposition now fake news they say now we'll never guy a big problem with the no solution uh you know certainly the worst photoshop job irb ever seen a provocative vare image making the rounds on social media also were demonstrates are saying are wide the fight against fake news is unwilling winnable uh you know only set the scene seattle seahawks defensive beyond michael brune surrounded by uh always uh is colleagues jumping up and down there all happy and the team locker room all of whom appear to be celebrating their team his this is in decision to torch a giant american flag the image apparently originated on facebook weeks ago and had been shared thousands and thousands and thousands of times before found its way to those people was of awaken even a cursory review of that image would sits suggest to to anybody good was willing to open the rise but something is a right for example all of benefits teammates looking directly at him and knocked the blazing flag the these is holding even better is looking away from the ivory of birth suppose his opposing hatred despite being almost entirely engulfed the flag shows no sign of being charred there's no smoke nor apparently any heat bennett is leaning into the flames cbs despite being well outside the usual flagburning demographic head coach pete carroll is a is observing this whole specter goal you would think someone might be concerned that starting a blaze inside a tiny window was locker room might set off the sprinkler system of the demonic rich roll seems to have uh possessed or subjects it's it's fake news but it's fake news found out after thousands and thousands and thousands of people have decided well gosh can you believe that of bennett with the seahawks is bringing the american flag and that's just one small example all right let's go to kenny are good call kenny in san antonio kenny thank you for waiting i appreciate it greatly how're you doing for i'm good tonight like you taken my pillow you do great ella worth laugh anke what is what all about you.
"brune" Discussed on WTMA
"Ask him friday carried me field goals hang up better it is is down you'll beijing has no need known no get her now banking crazy there's that he didn't him she tune man yes baz came in me and neumann who beautiful bank of bomb in the kitchen in a famous michael brune hill game in the rest of the world aimed in no mm came in share give me.
"brune" Discussed on The Librocube
"So these television talk sponsor is doug is pontiac dealership thank you for that sponsors okay are talking brooklyn nine nine season marion no vote would be kind of interesting but now we're talking season four because they're even off early making season five for me yeah okay it looks like they're at least potentially making season five okay uh i think if i do recall if my memory is at all like her it which quite often it is not i did brooklyn nine nine season onetwothree in a previous television talk if i had to gas and the way the sort of works is as they release new seasons of shows that i watch all all bring a back seasonbyseason on sort of my my usual modus operandi which is a term that perhaps someone working in a a boom brune brooklyn and a police a store could use a police store oh my god but the there there may be something wrong with my brain today i think it is a combination of two things uh the steam summer sale just ended and that sort of like got me amped up i think that the thing does things to your brain and and then i've got this weird thing where i haven't been sleeping which uh slowly the more i am affected by lack of sleep the slower and more inevitably i moved towards insanity which is not a good thing.
"brune" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Oh key man is sound like the dog oh uh 1930s high check this out though michael brune would you be interested in something like this despite repeated warnings from officials to not feed animals a man in china rolled down his window defeat a group of black bears a group or bears in a while where so maybe than a game that's not a group that hey listen i wonder how does that hold us in two and much to everyone's horror obviously he was attacked dog why would you roll down the widow of feet debate while he was attacked but like was eating or a bit at the bill is hair right ear or shoulder a bear reached ian right a grabbed him to try to pulley full down the window tried to pull him out in chopped on the show the two drove walks like they're sizes say don't feed the battle free the bear your idiot or else to canada were brought here sign assign a rough ride show your data sign the victim was a his buildings were hurt that the park rangers or whatever you call them over there weren't very sympathetic towards him after right sorry for him our kick them out at bears around is carla crazy will yossi videos pretty welco i want first of all i'm not gonna drive do newark 'cause you're know almog in any way call me breakdown retire about what uber you'd or drought through a with animals yeah we urban the lanqing safari low because your car breaks down yeah there are you going to get out to call the go to another zia ozone you'll be key certain guavas current fixes colonel double celta easy calls the hey man by caused broken down inside elias before exit will senate's what what is also falled didn't get reception okay said okay let's say iasc it out how you're going to get out of the car so george w you're gonna get out of your car would lines when got job to the other cars come to pick you up how you're going to get some of your with this end there wouldn't be able to go get help.
"brune" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"To have with us michael brune it ninety seventy two he put out a small booked at his most people would word you should see what it goes for any but right now it's like a treasured cliff i got a game of thrones one of those books in the citadel he's out with his american almanac of american politics look for that in the next few days i've already bought mine copy michael brune of course ready in the washington examiner michael republicans now in moderate republicans have to figure out what to do with your president we're all of your district by district experience for example how will the bucks county pennsylvania republican eighth district how of that congressman respond i mean just to to give an example of what mr on their water main line republicans do well the congressional withdrew quickies roughly coincided with blog post so the suburban county what what a republican representative too low of pop down by bristol the delaware where the industrial area you will have some good news about he will so i we get up bucks county that kind of fear area with with what percentage college graduates hiring people he will let them in the booster trump's pitted wheat off the top it said and some of the rich president trump is you mayors some lifting that could be an update on his point of view but unpopular among the couch educating group that plastic this divided between uh non college gradually wife slower buck who who toward donald trump as compared with two thousand twelve and other select suit in queens college grid voters who uh who moved away from donald trump in mexico in yeah that's the kind of vignette folks you can get in brown's mirror of american politics somebody bringing my colleague neighbor change in london with michael boro narra thank you tom michael barone great to speak cheese so wall we've been talking through all the.
"brune" Discussed on Pop Shop
"John hughes script where sort of the the nerd musician a hot jock girl kind of have a moment but ultimately she stays with the jock the energy supply ran the song of think michael brune at one time at a party but you are but the bans the musician gets a rich audits like that's like what they get in the end miss announce or it was a little older little wiser for more more complex more life like editors levels to this and and and one of the things that you really a really folks on your piece is that actually like the biggest a profiteer off all this might not have been delilah or plainly teaser or anybody very talked about a but the sums producer who is it was ariel rectified who goes onto rhetoric shot yeah rex thought as wyden think i pronounce or aerial anywhere aerial are who goes on to be like let me go to all pop producer of the last decade leg the meal high via piracy can carlier jeff's in just like pretty much of the dell yeah wow yeah it again i'm not like not even like all pop just lighten massive pop period yeah uh so like is there any like sorta inkling from from the song that that that area was going to go on to be this guy i don't think so it in it i don't know anything about the actual details of the production but it sounds like the sort of song were the producer has a very limited role yeah he he's mostly the personally nketia new new becomes along the fuck the song i guess yet basically you play the guitar lesley cala late strings in the background the generals just gonna be doing it.