18 Burst results for "Casimir"

Vitamines and Vitamins

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 11 months ago

Vitamines and Vitamins

"In nineteen twelve a Polish biochemist Casimir funk published an article all about food substances that could prevent diseases such as Berry Berry and scurvy. FUNK's analysis showed that these disease preventing food substances might might be members of a family of chemicals called AAH means these substances were vital for a healthy diet so funk called them vital AAH means or vitamins vitamins spelled like vitamins but with an e at the end that was nineteen twelve by one thousand nine sixteen there was evidence that these disease preventing running food substances might not actually be what chemists call means the name vitamin was thrown out in favor of the names fat-soluble Hay hey and water soluble be only those two types were known at the time in one thousand nine hundred twenty another chemist wrote that the names fat soluble able a and water soluble B were unwieldy he suggested dropping the e from the old word vitamin and calling the substances ince's vitamins whatever the substances might turn out to be the name vitamin would

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"casimir" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"casimir" Discussed on PRI's The World

"He's buried alongside the monument there's marble slab that almost all of his skeletal remains are buried underneath. Do you think the plaque? I'm assuming there's a plaque the mom you should be rewritten. At some point. It's a hard thing to say what what should be on the plaque because at some level. There should be an acknowledgement of intersex. But also his accomplishments for not that he was intersex is accomplished. That's that. He was Casimir Polaski the guy who created a really really functional American cavalry at a time when this was like, cutting edge technology, and was this charismatic leader that inspired lots and lots of people around him. Him. Maybe it's just a PS at the bottom of the plaque. By the way. He was intersex. It's. It's kind of a thing because you don't wanna plus story just to be about the dinner stack because that's really most of his story. That's just kind of like this extra little tidbit. But, you know, this is also this tidbit that might completely cast a different light on aspects of his story that we haven't really thought about or haven't really looked at in such great detail in examining his biography is maybe you know, we could or should have in the future Virginia Hutton mess brook is an anthropology professor Georgia Southern university. She's been speaking with us about Polish-born American revolutionary war hero, Casimir Polaski. Thank you so much. Great to meet you gosh. My pleasure will. Thank you fascinating. Discover there and that's the world for this Tuesday from the nanna Bill Harris studios, a W H in Boston. I'm Marco werman. We'll see back here tomorrow. Our public radio international..

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"casimir" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"casimir" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I think largely because as almost a sort of semiotics point, it makes sense, the is a terrorist organization, but on the other hand there risks there risks that Iran might rise to the bait which they have not done for previous provocations at Washington and lead to in school, Tori cycle. There's also a risk that just at some lower level. A commander might see this rhetorical back and forth and say, hey, we've got we've got a terrorist on the other side of battlefield. Whether that's in Iraq, Syria, and the Gulf or elsewhere and provoke a flare up that neither side was really intending. So I mean, do you see this as any kind of pressure on Rondo a designation like this? I do not think that it is meaningful pressure on Iran at all the see the government of Iraq on our sue substantially sanctioned already that I don't see there being any new pressure here. What are you going to be watching for next year? Well, again, I think that it's entirely possible that adjust ends here. Both sides have made their point. And we move on with a bad, but not the tier eating relationship. I think there's a big question about what this means from Washington is this an indication that the hardliners in the Trump administration have won the debate. And they're going to keep reading until they create a crisis alternatively is an indication that they've lost the debate. And this was just sort of a not particularly substantive sop that was thrown to them. Or finally, this is an administration that has real problems with internal policy coordination is this just a decision in a vacuum. That doesn't tell us anything really about what comes next with her on. Joint blank is senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace. He was the State Department's lead coordinator for implementing the Iran nuclear deal, President Obama Jarrett. Thanks for your time. Thank you two things. You should know about revolutionary war hero Casimir Pulaski. He's the father of the American cavalry. And he was intersects born with both male and female, chromosomes and anatomy that aspect of his identity wasn't known during his lifetime in the seventeen hundreds but several years ago Casimir Polaski skeletal remains were exhumed in Savannah, Georgia when the monument they were in was in disrepair that gave scientists chance to do a full forensic workup. And that's where Virginia Hutton esta. Brooke comes into the picture, she's an anthropology professor at Georgia Southern university who worked on the Polaski case. And she says when they XM the skeleton they discovered something surprising. What was discovered then was that the skeleton looks very female for all of the point. It's that we use frenziedly to look at sex all of those points skewed in the very female direction. There some geometry of a female Hollis that basically widens the birth canal area a bit sort of ways these things are expressed all very female looking these female traits. Tell us then about general Casimir Polaski what they tell us is that there is some level of female pattern developments happening in Polaski in this person that we have his Mwale records from end he's baptized as Casimir he'd baptize the son of parents and this linguistic difference in social sciences between sex and gender actually comes to pretty good use here, his gender was absolutely macula throughout his life. There's no question of what his kind of soc. Sial role was from birth on. And because he was baptized as a son there's early portrait's of him that clearly show facial hair and know, even some little like hair milk boldness thinning going on. There's definitely features that show some presence of Andhra jen's happening in his body..

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"casimir" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"casimir" Discussed on KGO 810

"John Batchelor show on Manhattan island than those who visit ten those live there. No, there is no way to get from one side of Manhattan to the other diagonally. You must watch walking right angles or you must drive in right angles. Where did that come from who's great idea was it to make it so difficult to go cross? Town Gerard Capelle? He has a new book city on a grid. How New York became New York. And this is a Walker because there's everybody to blame. And no one to blame Gerard. Congratulations and good evening. And let's go to the I suspect. His name is unlikely Casamayor Theodore Gerke born seventeen fifty five Mary's into the Roosevelt family. Of course, he was a surveyor. What was his original genius vision of the island growing north of the original city? The Dutch city good evening to you. Well, first of all John great to be with you. All right. Let's talk about Casimir Gort or I think I think maybe was often pronounced like gorlic. But, but there are no survivors. So it's anybody's guess. So we'll just go work and what he did was even prominent surveyor in in New York served in the revolution. And settled as a surveyor in New York City posted post war and the city had owned, and let's go back a step and understand sort of visually that the city then is essentially sixty thousand people in the very southern tip of in Hatton in what is now considered downtown below. I if listeners know where it is chamber street say where we're city hall is now everybody every New Yorker or or or the the the densely settled part of New York. With south of that, the very southern tip further up the island was most of it was owned by various people, but not many people live there was farms. It was gives country houses for some small settlements. But the key part is then in the middle of the island. The least desirable part of the island of the hillians depart, the boggy est valley part that was land that was owned by the city, and it was actually given to the city by the Dutch government when when New York was new Amsterdam, and it was given to the city because it was incredibly undesirable land. It was topographic -ly undesirable. It was also geographically undesirable because it was in the middle of the island, and you know, people forget Manhattan's at island. You know, if you want to be able to get on and off the island, you want to be near the edge of it not in the middle of it just actually when you're only. Transportation was your feet or or an animal? So these lands in the center of the island, recalled the the so-called common lands, and we can sort of place where they are there about thirteen or fourteen hundred acres, which is about one ninth of the area of of Manhattan. Totally they started at what is now what became Madison Square, which is twenty third street intersecting with Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Now, understand none of those roads were there, then although I should say the road, the predated Broadway was there called Bloomingdale road, which is a country road that ran up the the west side of the island, and these common lands sort of spread out very irregularly. These these these fourteen hundred acres or so up roughly along the lines on the east of what's what became third avenue and what on the west became seventh avenue up to about. About well, actually, sort of precisely to a point that is that would be ninetieth street and seventh avenue and how people are clicking off in their heads. Whereas ninetieth street and seventh avenue, oh, it's in the middle of central park. It doesn't actually exist. But in any case, so.

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"casimir" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"casimir" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Politics took a hike for a day, at least on Casimir Pulaski day as elected, Illinois officials, and dignitaries. Use the occasion to talk about heroism and working together. Polish general counsel unit ski, drew rousing applause when he told the crowd at the polish museum of America that celebrating the heroism of general Casimir Pulaski, just demonstrates that. You don't have to be a US citizen to live and fight for this country. Mayor Emanuel sounded themes of partnership, we celebrate and remember one individual what we are really celebrating a remembering is more than that. Things that we have done together to respect individual rights liberties freedoms, and that together, those have to be always re ignited, and re energize mayor says it's about striving for common ideals, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio one one point nine FM crime stoppers group wants to stop crimes against the area's four-legged residents. I'm stoppers is looking for tipsters to call when they suspect an animal is suffering from abuse or neglect board member Mary Browning says that includes leaving an animal outside in extreme cold temperatures. If you have somebody in your neighborhood or you see a dog that continuously like chain to fans thirteen to a poll they can't move around very freely. Their dot ball doesn't even any water in it or it's constantly tipped over. But she points out. The tip line is not for nuisance complaints stories continuously barking or the dogs doing their business on my front lawn. If you're tip leads to an arrest could be eligible for a one hundred. Thousand dollar reward. Antsy hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM health professionals are gathered in the western suburbs at a conference looking at ways to reduce the threats that face. Newborn Caprio is a co chair of the March of dimes forty fourth annual perinatal health conference in Lombard, making sure our moms have.

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"casimir" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Historical figures. Celebrating are too proud sons of Poland who are general Casimir Pulaski and Saint John Paul the second Senator Thomas chefs Kia parade. Organizers says the most important thing about the day is making sure all parts of polish heritage or will represent it. It's all just joyous. It's a big party Justin Trudeau KYW NewsRadio. The March to the polls. A sea of people thousand-strong took to the streets of downtown Chicago chanting, let's go low with many expressing their displeasure at President Trump. The March to the polls event was largely a push to get women and young voters to make their voices heard on election day terms are so important. These men turns. You elect the. See for you. Our governor our house representatives are senators unions those people in place, some voters even cast ballots at nearby early voting sites. I'm Barbara Kusak. The KYW tech report is sponsored by Lynn owed limits, cloud hosting for small, medium and enterprise level customers, if you own a voice assistant speaker or an internet connected thermostat. You have the makings what experts say is a smart home. Google has another name for it. And this past week, they announced they have a brand new device to serve as the quote brains of your house my house, and I'm bad yours. My wife is the brains. But let's listen what KYW tech editor. Ian Bush has to say thoughtful home is how Rick Osterloh describes Google's vision isn't just smart, but it's helpful and simple enough for everyone to set up an use at the center of it. Google home hub, seven inch screen and speaker combo that puts search YouTube maps and photos voice command away, helpful..

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"casimir" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"And i remember our meeting with joe to the first meeting that he talked about was he's like i feel like this could be fun if we didn't do any stunt casting or casimir recognizable face it would feel more like a documentary okay that this seems like ideologically they wanna make the same show you wanna make and just like all of the hiring we did was just people who kind of bought into how how seriously we were taking the choke and then we like for the director photography i remember where there was when now people know about the show but at the time this was this was an odd ask to be putting out talent but for the director photography we wound up hiring the dp who shot the amanda knox documentary on netflix and he also shoots all of chefs table for netflix and so i think tony intentionally was like i want someone who knows how to shoot premium documentaries so that language is just part of their dna as well editors to documentary editors as opposed to comedy guys who cut from michael moore and you're telling me that the writing staff that you guys brought in was mostly new writer yeah i mean on paper we did not look like the funniest group of people on paper we we were we were looking for we were looking for journalists we were looking for people that wrote for their school paper people that were passionate about telling different types of stories i i didn't care if you'd been in some big comedy room it was it was it was sensibility i i mean we did we did a lot of scripts i mean we read over two hundred and fifty scripts and sat down we mid five hires you know what what was the stuff that you all were responding to.

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"casimir" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You lose a lot of debt brandon mccarthy's got casimir and all this stuff i think i at the beginning of the three that made the playoffs i thought the dodgers would come down to earth i i mean low nineties wins i thought arizona would stay right around the same i thought colorado would step back just a tad i'm surprised where they are and they haven't hit that's the scary part with the rockies they're pretty healthy and yet they haven't hit this year especially at home their average home temperature coming into this weekend was before the road trip was like forty five degrees so the ones that plays heats up and those guys aren't trained to you know feel their hands the entire time that's a scary thought that there on top right now of the of the west now the second half cav is gonna be juicy i mean colorado right now with ota vino and wade davis man they can shut the door with anybody in baseball and then arizona look great but then they lose pollock for a couple of months with a fractured thumb and dodgers i saw gave dave roberts a vote of confidence by so far hans aidi andrew friedman which never had his faults never good sign but they're all they're having a rough start they're having a rough start and people are going to blame the manager for what i mean he's trying to piece everything together you know with the dodgers in what their lineup is you lose justin turner who's your three hitter he's gonna come back and hit and he's hit a little you know he's hit pretty good but that power is not going to be the same and so i'm sorry that that offense that.

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"casimir" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Let's see cory seager uturn by chase rice yossi el puig went with wild horse there's a shock chris taylor went with copperhead road by rural yes monte grandma went with legend chase utley casimir by led zeppelin jock peterson that girl by justin timberlake kyle farmer welcome to the farm very cute by luke bryan good job there alex would can't stop by the red hot chili peppers let's see kenley jansen california love let me see who else alex for dugo creepy crush kush should say clayton kershaw we are young l clayton with to we are young by fine and also let you go by the chain smokers in this is the one though it is door you justin turner you are undoubtedly one of my favorites but when they were telling you pick a walkup song were you with your wife were you trying to show your softer side is this the kinder gentler justin turner he went with the shape of you by ed sheeran i mean not that that's not a great song it's got a lot of sex appeal and whatever but but it's you're supposed to be your walkup song it's supposed to be what what represents you in what you know kind of gets you fired up in what looks a little intimidating to the other team shape of you whatever may come back it's our business buzz again it's cnbc's guy odometer today we're gonna talk tariffs in data breaches on two more stores right now let's check your traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center robbins taking a look now.

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"casimir" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on WLOB

"It included a picture of the team and if you remember on canfield clipping four of the players names were underlined in red ink as i remember that wait wait wait list yesterday mr mortimer chairman of the school board accused all four of those boys of being in collusion with gamblers but i made him admit he didn't have the evidence to back his charges up he reinstated the behind no i know after two of the boys are beaten up so that they can't play well mortar directs the da's office to an unknown gambler who all too readily breaks down and confesses that he bribed the boys to throw the game hey that does sound a little fishy doesn't it sounds plenty fishy chief i think canfield story had something to do with what's been happening to the metropolis high school basketball team and that he was killed to prevent him from telling it wait a minute wait a minute is jumping to conclusions now maybe but i believe i'm right and if i am afraid this business won't stop with the murder of canfield and the cowardly framing of innocent boy meanwhile you want those two boys to spend the night in jail they achieve hone of course grab your hat and coat with run downtown bail tony and casts out then i'm gonna get to the bottom of this talked candid hurry whites talked back to metropolis to bail tony resilient casimir pulaski out of jail six welldressed men are gathered around the table in the library of vincent kirby's imposing stone townhouse facing the park in the lapel of each man's code is a large white dewey fresh carnation before each man is a galley proof of the first page of a newspaper vincent's kirby clears his throat the men look up the white connotation a special meeting to report the progress we've made thus far in our campaign declare metropolis athletics follow tonight i show each of you galley proof of page one of tomorrow's daily blade which is you know i control is you see a headline and main story have to do with the arrest of two metropolis high school boys tony resute and casimir pulaski both of whom are charged with accepting money for throwing tonight basketball days however gentleman work the nights of the white carnation and this affair is far from over as a matter of fact this is only the beginning because our interests not only driving a few boys often if i didn't keep our ultimate goal is to drive.

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"casimir" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"On zillur unit suggest for women because doing so setup women as a separate class for men in eighteen ninety eight constants continued her study of art by moving to paris to study the studio run by ridolfi julian she was at this point completely dedicated to this study even wearing a wedding ring to symbolize that she was married to art but not long after arriving in paris she met polish playwright and artist count casimir markevic constance and casimir were immediately taken with each other he was tall and handsome and six years younger than she was he was also a very good painter he was being from poland very unlike most of the people she had known in her life he was also married although his wife died in eighteen ninety nine just a few weeks after he and constance met by the time kazimierz wife died he and constance were already quite close they had a passionate romance that involved lots of bicycling and at one point a dual that casimir fought to defend constance is utter after someone insulted her at a costume ball on september twenty ninth one thousand nine hundred they got married constance is younger sister mabel who had been engaged for years also got married not long after suggesting that the family was traditional enough to insist that the oldest daughter get married before the younger ones although casimir styled himself as a count it is not completely clear whether he actually was one if he did have some kind of title he did not have a lot of money and even though constants came from quite a lot of money her father had died in january of nineteen hundred and virtually the entire estate was settled on her brother so as the newlywed couple divided their time among paris listened l and the markevic family estates in poland they mostly did it with the financial help of the family on november thirteenth nineteen o one they had a daughter named maeve.

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"casimir" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Became paranoid toward the end of his life well who knows because of course he was sitting on extremely valuable patents the patents that eventually gave rise to radio and television well first of all he made his name because he worked for thomas edison quit and then had a rivalry with him on the question of ac versus dc edison thought that dc electricity supply us with energy in fact pearl street in manhattan was the first street in the world to be electrified with dc from thomas edison's generators but it was ac alternating current that one out promoted by nikola tesla this is sometimes called the war of the currents and it turns out that dc loses a lot of energy when it's transmitted on a wire it turns out that ac you hit much less wastage of electricity and energy as that's why ac is preferred over dc is much more efficient well as time went on nikola tesla to became very famous he made these very audacious experiments you've probably seen photographs of him but in his collected works you begin to say some things that we're not verifiable he thought for example that well maybe there martians baby we can communicate with them and he also thought that maybe there is energy from nothing that is wireless is a technology that he pioneer and wireless technology well is it possible to extract energy from the vacuum energy from nothing well according to einstein the answer is yes but according to the quantum theory you can calculate you can calculate how much energy you can get from the vacuum that it's called the casimir effect and it is extremely small so small it is not practical however you want to find out more about negative energy get a copy of my earlier books parallel worlds and also hyperspace which discussed the well rather magical properties of negative energy if you have enough negative energy acquaintance equations you can create a wormhole machine you can create a time machine if you have enough negative energy energy from the vacuum so in that sense we think tesla was probably wrong however we physicists knowing his true contributions knowing that he's been forgotten by society we decided to name the unit of magnetism after tesla.

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"casimir" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"And then had a rivalry with him on the question of ac dc edison thought that dc electricity supply with energy in fact pearl street in manhattan was the first street in the world to be electrified with dc from thomas edison's generators but it was ac alternating current that one out promoted by nikola tesla this is sometimes called the war of the currents and it turns out that dc loses a lot of energy when is transmitted on a wire it turns out that ac you hit much less wastage of electricity and energy as that's why ac is preferred over dc is much more efficient well as time went on nikola tesla to became very famous he made these very audacious experiments you've probably seen photographs of him but in his collected works you begin to say some things that were not verifiable he thought for example that well maybe there martians baby we can communicate with them and he also thought that maybe there is energy from nothing that is wireless technology that he pioneer and wireless technology well is it possible to extract energy from the vacuum energy from nothing well according to einstein the answer is yes but according to the quantum theory you can calculate you can calculate how much energy you can get from the vacuum that it's called the casimir affec and it is extremely small so small it is not practical however if you want to find out more about negative energy get a copy of her my earlier books parallel worlds and also hyperspace which discussed the well rather magical properties of negative energy if you have enough negative energy acquaintance equations you can create a wormhole machine you can create a time machine if you have in a negative energy energy from the vacuum so in that sense we think tesla was probably wrong however we physicists knowing his true contributions knowing that he's been forgotten by society we decided to name the unit of magnetism after tesla one t is the magnetism you get from an mri machine so the next time you get an mri scan as a technician the strength of the magnet and he'll say something like one tv or one point one point five t t stands for tesla and of course elon musk is a physicist he was in the phd program in physics at stanford university he made.

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"casimir" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Became paranoid toward the end of his life well who knows because of course he was sitting on extremely valuable patents the patents that eventually gave rise to radio and television well first of all he made his name because he worked for thomas edison quit and then had a rivalry with him on the question of ac versus dc edison thought that dc electricity supply us with energy in fact pearl street in manhattan was the first street in the world to be electrified with dc from thomas edison's generators but it was ac alternating current that one out promoted by nikola tesla this is sometimes called the war of the currents and it turns out the dc loses a lot of energy when is transmitted on a wire it turns out that ac you hit much less wastage of electricity and energy as that's why ac is preferred over dc it's much more efficient well as time went on nikola tesla to became very famous he made these very audacious experiments you've probably seen photographs of him but in his collected works he began to say some things that were not verifiable thought for example that well maybe there martians baby we can communicate with them and he also thought that maybe there is energy from nothing that is wireless is a technology that he pioneer and wireless technology well is it possible to extract energy from the vacuum energy from nothing well according to einstein the answer is yes but according to the quantum theory you can calculate you can calculate how much energy you can get from the vacuum that it's called the casimir effect and it is extremely small so small it is not practical however if you want to find out more about negative energy get a copy of my earlier books parallel worlds and also hyperspace which discussed the well rather magical properties up negative energy if you have enough negative energy acquaintance is equations you can create a wormhole machine you can create a time machine if you have in a negative energy energy from the vacuum so in that sense we think tesla was probably wrong however we physicists knowing his true contributions knowing that he's been forgotten by society we decided to name the unit of magnetism after tesla.

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"casimir" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Your lotto i love i love seward it's like one of the most picturesque and to sell you at my hurts and homer horrors one of my favorite places i digress i know you're so at st casimir at one of the reasons i wanted to bring you on the show first says because you're one of our favorite callers on the show and this is accumulating discussion and so often people don't know more parties do they know arrogant in the inner workings of the party and i know i'm you wait they are in senate district de when we had to pick a new senator yes and in see you seen it pretty much from the ground up an now this is not your first republican party convention no this is actually my food advocates missing now in it it it's not easy to love united utilities get what you want a lot of times you might think you have a great idea air knee it's really hard to find people that will agree with you as and dose you find when he's had lawmaking sausage this is really how it happens people they they really parse words they debate over words there's notions votes over one or two three words in a specific party platform yar i am a plane talker i i don't like to to do that i like to make things as simple as possible uh kinda like in uh in the tradition of the founders who and our constitution and they did it simply say even the least educated among us could understand the meaning and you know they couldn't people love their the little people could detroit bob button will so easily by people in gun in their highly educated people without it was reminiscent to be so tricky as it is now no i totally get it and you know the thing that i found so excited we were both on the same subcommittee both were on judiciary shocking right yeah passionate about law and order and walk in the room and there were so many republicans that wish slowing sharon would the changes that have happened in our state and it was a unanimous voice and you want.

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"casimir" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I do not believe it is their top prospect we have a terrific terrific broadcasting live so they have a lot of good wine so i you know i i i don't think it's going to be in the top three or four nine a lot and uh you know the uh owlree ah situation for the much lammi marlins now we know that stanton said noted the giants said no the cardinals in that list that was reported was the carbs the astros the debt yankees and the dodgers the royal four teams did any of those three other teams the cubs astros in dodgers engage any serious negotiations or was this really just the yankees swooping in and saying let's get him i don't think it was that period we will those teams i i didn't hear anything was used in oil the cubs i think the dodgers monitored all along i don't think the dodgers where they had the appetite to do this there a two hundred fifty million plus already a little bit coming off the books with easier than make on coming soon and crawford just came off but um if it's not there thing you know me when they had a chance to go get sure is that they didn't do that said they signed a bunch of pictures you know they got hill an anderson and mccarthy casimir they don't want that huge huge contract that's that's not the way they do it so i never really thought that they've there was a great jim for them the only thing wide if stanton only would say i would go only to the dodgers uh that would drive was really their chance but um as craig misreported i did with three other teams willing to go to so we were operating under the assumption that the no trade is not going to be invoked here and uh you know a physical i can't imagine and failing of physical i can fail of physical i i see him fell physical he could sell us here we go guided the faith three years ago i.

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"casimir" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"App that's number three oklahoma matching up with number eleven tcu for baker mayfield this will be his fifth start against the ranked tcu team he has yet to lose what more can ease show youthful that he has an already or you can feel better the 47yearold quarterback he can still player air and there has been a a pretty remarkable choir our than you think some of the for casimir exteriors verbal exchange going on about we'll dacre killed may or may not have done a great game has changed the earth merely injury uh you know i you know that your sandbag away yeah yeah he let your left delve maker airfield look of worked out pretty well for you i mean at t thing you and gary addison recruited you're giving you a scholarship new probably wouldn't be winning eisman trophy like you are this year and going on your 27th years of college quarterback so things have been things have been pretty good and i think they'll continue to do well the thing with tcu is now you look at statistically the last time these two teams faced off the things will pretty even but it was it tcu just could not possess the football and it was all the pretty quickly they were in a nine minute disadvantage and time of possession and i think you know it's i mean these are on it it's obvious but you have to be able to convert on third down a hill just has to sustain drives because if you put the ball in the hands when they feel uh and rodney anderson use this is a team that is going to put up a lot of points and if he's you can take a page in and do what they did and still water with they converted on third downs time and again won the turnover battle and we're able to win it at least some big plays out oklahoma state they can do guy gets the sumers they'll have a chance i'm never going to count out gary patterson but um just man for man i just don't see how they are they compete with oklahoma he's done host of football final right here on espn radio which precedes us max schick mack we appreciate the insight prekeynesian jampacked like mississippi's football programme has been a hey did a.

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"casimir" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"casimir" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"Did he decide it was so and like you that i object it's six so normal it so weird and it freaked me out like at the scariest thing everthing literally just die and then wake up that so we have but she didn't say he's narcolepsy it just reminded me of that one time because i wonder if he is our he's just cited rude and falls asleep that sounds like a fun thing to have someone say about your aquarius you fall asleep everywhere yeah well i do it but like that's how much they would say as you hear this place you fallen asleep i don't know what are you in a museum in poland that'll do it yeah i only ask because they had a good answer right i just haven't thought about it could fall asleep rarely well jackie like it's so nice she falls and save on a plane from takeoffs and landings like no disruptions doesn't have to go to the bathroom doesn't get a drink like it's so annoying it tonight and unlike in last row kicking because i can't fall asleep anywhere yet i have an opposite problems as growing yeah yeah i can't get over iran i know speaking of people i can't get over a swiss merit where my wedding bell for today's episode but i forgot about it i just got and it was just so busy like being a mom to theo this morning that i forgot about the wedding delhi wanted to wear in honor of our next guest you know him you love him you wanted him to be the bachelor and he was not so we're going to ask him a lot about that it has thirty minutes with peter casimir nadaf eighty twenty eight so when even if peter kassim we're not afraid to look out for their do the man on a myth the legend peter across fitness fitness here house production of peter cuss fitness yes peter krause sweet that's what i thought your last name was for so long people so is it wisconsin aircraft w i understand i have to know any mood ever think we at the end of it but confused across we are going to so many things first question is i wanted to know if you ever saw the instagram post of kamran eubank's from southern charm and he did have you seen all of them.

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