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"cormack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"cormack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Is time to protect your home against clogged gutters and I'm sitting here next to the three juniors kids in the whole world Senia and savvy so we want to move over Cormack laughed he's not happy he threw the you coming back he tossed the headphones and had to tell him not to do that and he got a little upset so now he's you have any words Cormack for everybody now if you want to see the three one of said Kitty candies we're doing Facebook live here on WCCO radio interface page what guys what do you been up to this morning senior would even up to what do you been doing even doing some school work with karmic what have you been doing numbers or letters only yeah numbers since you've been doing I'm sorry what have you been up to this morning you've been doing numbers seven yesterday you turn for tomorrow but yesterday you colored a picture and you wrote your whole name why did anybody help you with that yeah you did it all by yourself that's pretty amazing Cormack what are you learning in school today yeah you're not learn enough that yelled we gotta have a vocabulary class maybe on an English class no what well you guys savvy what was silly last night as we picked out your PJ's got you all ready for bed and then an hour later I went up and you had changed into your whole new outfit for the day the new outfit yes he's still at his pull up on and not is a underwear very very silly but all three of us and you can see this on our WCCO radio Facebook page but what are we wearing today yes and all of us wanted well all of you guys wanted to adidas blue adidas jumpsuits for your birthday and you got it senior you sing in what are you seeing out there you are you are in your bedroom and you are watching the birdies aren't you yeah I see first five way back home yes yeah and they go in there now sits right do you guys you have any questions for Daddy here no questions today wasn't remember when was it no one remembers seven did you have a question I went back to work you know I love you to seven that's a that's a great question I'll take that question all day long committee member.

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"cormack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"cormack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I came home and it must have been late morning and I picked up the mail and we were driving in the car now we had a a sixteen month old kid Cormack he was with me and so we we went in that we were in the car we're driving to the doctor's office we get to the doctor's office and now this is an ultrasound because we were two weeks away from we are two weeks away from having the twins so Camille's about thirty six weeks pregnant and uncomfortable and she said she still working at this time she's amazing still working this time and care Levin and so we get the day off and we had this ultrasound and so we're going in to make sure lays kind like one of those last jacks they get this point they were doing like weekly checks wasn't done necessarily an ultrasound every week but it was you know check in how's everyone doing how's everything going so we're we're there at the doctor's office and my phone just all of a sudden it's just dang dang dang dang dang dang tax tax tax tax and now remember this this was like four days after after those rumors that prince had been on the on the private jet and they had a landed in in Illinois I think just to to save his life and there were those rumors going around they were like wait what that actually happened and then he he showed up at Paisley park in one of his like concerts I don't really need a full on concert but he but he showed up and said hi to everybody late at night one night like on a Saturday or Sunday night and some people thought all okay he's he's finally talking about he's he's fine we we had that scare but he's okay and then just like that he's he's gone and so my phone is digging and we're about to meet with the doctor and you typically have I probably wouldn't take the phone except it's just it's going off like email text notification tax tax tax and so I knew something was up and so we're waiting for the doctor to come in for the ultrasound and we have core reckon it's Camille there and I'm looking at my phone how much prince died it was it was wild I couldn't believe it I mean as a Minnesotan prince is an icon and we grew up with prince and and I maintain he is the most popular the most famous Minnesotan and now look I mean that that may change twenty years from now who knows what the relationship will be like but he is the most famous Minnesota if you go anywhere around this country you know what people say about Minnesota two things or say one it's ZnO there all year long in the number two hi at prince it's right Hey Corey star trib let's go crazy the Grammy salute to prince CBS salutes prints on the fourth anniversary of his death I love purple rain Hey Corey I was listening to CCL Adam Carter was all over the story that morning Hey Corey prince died sixty six years ago not for no he died in twenty sixteen so that was four years ago I was on my way to church to volunteer with gathering respite care the rest of the volunteers in the client's didn't believe me and that was that was the same thing that was going along an intertextual with with friends and family it's one of those moments here where it stops what you're doing it's it's you stop what you're doing you cannot believe your ears and what is happening and you start hearing from everybody you start hearing about from Iraq can you believe this can you believe what happened and I think what's unfortunate too is with prince we didn't totally understand his greatness I mean a lot of us a lot of us understood that he was great but I think his greatness went to another level after went to another level after he he unfortunately passed away because that's when we deep dive that's when his music starts to chart again that's when we start looking at YouTube clips and seen all my god the guy would slay that's when we start hearing more stories about yeah he would dem you know for the movie purple rain the director who we had on the show the director comes on last year and says yeah IBM I went to Princeton said man we I put together this montage for purple rain I I need a song and it has to do with your mother and father can you get something for me but I'd like the end of the week and read said sure and hours later he went back with when doves cry that that's just pure greatness this is pure talent and it's unfortunate that it takes those grave moments of death for us to do then completely understand it is becoming even greater icon now because of his early death which is important fortunate to but he became the face of a particular type of death with federal it opioids and I think when we look back at the twenty tends will look back at man this this crisis and that's what it is the opioid crisis it took one of our greats in in prince he's become the face of that you know we didn't we'd see that coming his death I didn't see this coming either as we talk about healthcare.

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"cormack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"cormack" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Say hello Hey it's corny capela yeah you are five years old and can you say can you say your name I have blood your senior apple you are three years old and then we have over here what's your name he said he had the savvy Apolo who is three years old so today is a historic day in our house because Cormack what happened today we started what he no we didn't start or movie we started what we started school today yeah you started school today you're at home school so what was it like last night you picked out your clothes right yes what are you wearing green jeans and my sweatshirt yeah why did you pick that sweatshirt because it's so small because it's soft what color is it it's yeah it's black like mine in any of the shirt underneath is red because you said it's spirit day and every day's gonna be spirit day now long okay I know you guys came with questions right we have questions today what question do you have my question is why do we have the lockers why do we have locks on doors okay yeah that's been a that's been a problem with you guys right you're locking the doors in the bathroom and you walk out and then dad's gonna try to get the credit card to open the open the door up we don't member we don't if we if we don't we lose a star if we lock stores.

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"cormack" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:17 min | 5 months ago

"cormack" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Day and then there were yeah and radio role will be hopping again at the start of our show when a big convention center in Miami and it's like they're the stages like you see at the Auto Show that normally would that are both Cormack place but the big stages for why ESPN boxing Sirius and everything like that then you lots of other little tables were every station or a lot of the station from across the country are all set up here in Miami for very cool fifty four NFL network's television beyond the pale and they pushed through it shows the psychological commitment they had to the process you know and that to me is what's hardest about this because I see this I've said this before I understand you guys want to get an advantage I understand that there are things that people want to take advantage of as a result of the technological advancements but I hate the fact that do you simply want to eliminate the fun part which we know we can still getting it done and if you're thinking this many people or this make this committed to it I don't feel bad at all about any of these guys to get you know who would take whatever penalty they'll take from it be it from other people and I'm missing guys beating them let me just general hostages ation of the game and potentially being able to be involved on the line it just sucks you know what I think about it all the time to the what if they won the World Series last season we're gonna catastrophic mess in it already is but doctor Watson asked are cleaned it stinks in you and I love baseball Sir like baseball to and and you know what also it when I when I hear Serra read this report read this this study that they did it just again makes me so uneasy when I when I watch these current and former Astros players try to brush this off like it was run of the mill stuff you know like the non apology apology Dallas geico saying well I mean it wasn't what it it didn't turn out the way it was meant to be was that me of course it yeah it was meant to didn't have runners on you know still had multiple size no one ever did that that's is the game and how was she made because everyone was worried about getting their signs though because they were also doing it yeah JD I think you know one of the things we talked about throughout this whole scandal is how and I'm not the one to do this some fixer somebody who's good at this stuff needs to figure out the best moves for baseball because if they don't figure out it's very likely to make clear that it's not still happening the integrity of the game and the belief that these games are being contested legitimately could be on the line and then you lose the sport altogether died well I don't think this is hard as anybody thinks if you are a limited is much replay is you have in the game it's not available there use anyway you don't need it for tag please at first you need to figure out where the balls foul or fair or went over the the wall on a slow really yeah every track track it back there's been enough to indicate you should at well I don't know I've heard that solution perhaps that is the answer coming up we'll talk to some guys you know the Niners well for common denominator in all of their success is catching for one set out for the license for like three four on the here's a life hack you won't find in any podcast if.

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"cormack" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

08:14 min | 10 months ago

"cormack" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"That we thought it was hazardous to of the physical therapy profession and I don't WanNa Brag or anything but we wound up winning that debate but really I think the question that prompt was not is social media a good or bad that was not the question that was being asked is is it hazardous. All we had to do is show example or ten of how it could be hazardous or how it how it was hazardous and in the audience of course sided with us because we were right in virtuous and we walk winning. Put you and jared have a connection as well you guys you guys talk a little bit podcast to talk about that. Yes we do something along the other Guy Marc car. Jimmy Carter always get his name wrong. It's fine we just we just wrote with it now. We do think the clinical thinker podcasts always is out in Texas with jared earlier in the year so big shout to jared yeah and just talking crap on air and no one one can stop us from doing it. That's the amazing thing about podcasting. There's no lock podcast police so you can decide what you want. Yeah exactly so what do you guys is get into with with critical thinking about why why you call it that because anybody can have a podcast but the people that start one and get past. I think the average average podcast last like seven episodes or or the ones that stop only get two episodes seven so if you get past ten fifteen twenty you've really got something. You're obviously inspired fired by so. What are you guys get into. How how does it work. Tell tell the audience how it feels and why they should take a listen yeah so one of the biggest challenge is not. GonNa Imagine why why people don't get past episode seven episode nine so we are above average which I think is really important that yes so there's three of us and the challenges always actually three different time zones marks in Arizona in the jared in Texas. I'm in the UK so actually it's an a horror show trying to get all all rolling gauge but what we really want to do is just check out and talk about topics that we think are relevant to your average clinician so we've talked about that manual therapy. We've talked about pain with talked about paint education. We've talked about bio psychosocial model and really what we're trying to do who is just bounce bounce ideas and just trying to be as kind of open minded while still being not so open minded. Your brain falls out but still the idea of critical thinking is not disagreeing with things that you don't like so some people think being a critical thinker is saying all I totally agree with that only disregarded. Actually there's information that comes out that goes against what you think. Can you believe what you feel. A good critical critical thinking should be able to say <hes> you know. Let me look at that. Let me understand why it's going against what I think. What's the methodology like. How can I integrate that into war I think can I give a different perspective Kinda. Give a different view sometimes. Do I have to just take the smack in the face and and change my perspective and I think that's it's real critical thinking too. Many people think the critical thinking is just put signed to other people whereas your references yet. It's fun though isn't it being able to put those ideas ideas on tape or over the air and out with everybody and I always find it really fulfilling when someone takes a lesson because right now you and I are talking and it's just you and I we're kind of aware that hopefully someone listens to it in the end but I really one person my mom definitely listens to all my shows and she's got her but when they close close the loop and someone reaches out and they say oh well that made me think to me that's that's the best feeling whether they disagree or not whether they made me think feel felt great so so if I was to say well if if there's one thing that people say to me consistently would be you know you've made me think so I don who is now if that's agreeing with me or disagree with me but a lot of people watt notice do thome round to me incite our Ben. You've made me actually think about that so I don't know whether that's a good thing or a bad thing by seems to be a thing that people did not trying to trying to do this. Typical British reserve not blowing my own drunk beer but that would be something that mostly I would say I get back from people. It's you've made anything. Can you've made me see things in a slightly different and for me. That's very fulfilling us. Great <hes> courtesy <hes> clinical thinker podcast can be found on Itunes stitcher here spotify wherever podcasts are and that's what their friends jared hallmark. Margalla last thing we do ben on the show is the parting shots. This is the parting shot. The parting shot is brought to you by rock tape more than just a tape company. Rock tape is a movement company tools and education for medical professionals. If you're looking to help your patients go stronger longer checkout rock tape dot com if you had one thing to leave with the audience you know maybe so clocks walks idea or your mic drp moment. What would your partying shopping Ohio White. I mean it goes back following the threat that we've talked about. It's always about out challenging the ideas that we have today you know so for me my favorite things to challenge them. I wouldn't be Aro- ideas around pain an narrow ideas around the social framework simply because I think we seem like we've got to a point where people talk about crossing chasms and you know and actually they were on the other side and they look back wistfully at these other people who haven't quite got there sometimes they're all throwing missiles at over social media and things but actually I think that if we look at science and medical science and being a clinician it's about continually crossing chasms and continually questioning questioning the models and the ideas that we have because you know in five or ten years time to see will have shifted again you know and unless we open and willing to do that. I just see too many kind of people who feel like they're ahead of the pack and they've closed their mind now because they're ahead of the game you know we know this stuff and actually you know it's really not ahead of the game but certainly on the top end of the curve and pushing your thought process is constantly being critical everything not just those things that you dislike and is uncomfortable being wrong and it is cognitive dissonance and now it's not nice and you you don't wise enjoy it but hopefully the end result is a better one love that find out more about. Ben And follow him on twitter at Core Connecticut and that website core Hyphen Kinetic Nick Dot com appreciate you taking some time out and talking with us about this and I encourage people to follow on twitter every once in a while when those those thoughts that's come out even if they are inciting on purpose is not good and not take a listen to that passed as well with <hes> with jared mark. 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"cormack" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"cormack" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Verdicts in the case of a California man who murdered an entire family. We Jerry nine years after the McStay family was murdered and years of mystery a jury rules, family friend and business partner. Charles chase Merritt killed them the offensive murder guilty on all counts. Joseph and summer McStay, along with her two young sons disappeared from their home in two thousand ten it was merit who alerted police and filed the missing persons report in November of two thousand thirteen that remains were found in a shallow grave about twenty miles away from their home. Prosecutors say the motive may have been financial merit could face the death penalty when he sentenced Alex stone, ABC news, the National Transportation Safety board is investigating Monday's crash landing the helicopter onto the roof of a fifty storey building in New York City. The pilot till the Cormack was the only person aboard and the only person killed many wonder why McCormick was even flying. The ceiling was down to five hundred feet visibility under a mile giving. How nasty the weather was in New York today. I'm quite sure that whether played a role in creating this mishap like the plague Moses, call down on Egypt, the Italian island of Denia is being overrun by locusts millions of them devouring. Hey and grasslands that sheep and other livestock. Eat one bug expert says if locus all the livestock, fodder they might attack other crops like grapevines, this is ABC news. There's nothing like meeting face to face, and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen. Zoom.

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"cormack" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"cormack" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"So you're kosher version, your vegan version, your low sodium version, they can all taste very similar to the regular version. Mccormick. Also. Oh hopes to create an iconic food product like its own French's yellow mustard or something like Pringles Tootsie roll or something like that. The first new recipe mix flavors coming out from Cormack as a part of this collaboration are Tuscan chicken bourbon, pork, tenderloin and New Orleans sausage. And they're expected to be on grocery shelves by the end of the spring. And these are these are just flavoring. So so McCormick makes mixes so you can make sauces or stews or Rog. Hey, stuff like that. They all you most people probably familiar with them as making spices. But they also make these these sort of helper mixes, it's interesting when I first read the story, I was like how is you know, fragrance, and then it does it translate to food, but you make a good point that that taste and smell are very intricately linked. And sure if I want my soup to taste, like New Orleans sausage. And it's the best one the that's the flavor packet. I'm gonna buy. Yeah. There's all. Kinds of things. This can do one is optimized the flavor. So it's like, oh, these are the ones that are data shows people think tastes the best. And we'll combine those flavors and it'll work, but it can also come up with new flavors, right? New new products. And I think that's what McCormick is banking on is. We're going to have the next Pringles. It's gonna tell us how to make something that nobody else has made before. Although McCormick doesn't really make too many things like that. I guess a new mustard or ketchup or sauce or something might be might be in the offing. So. Yeah. Well, and if you're vegan or kosher or you want something that's low sodium. You are options historically have been quite limited. Yeah. You gotta hold grocery store, and you got maybe one aisle of of stuff that's made specifically for your dietary needs. So if these sorts of flavorings can be absolutely legitimately, kosher. But tastes as well. Kush radio sexy. Pretty good already. But it's. It's. Sodium, probably a better example, exactly low-sodium. But, but but you wish you could eat all the salts and then and your your taste buds are fooled. So to speak, then that's pretty cool. Good start anyway. Okay. Engineers at Dartmouth College have invented eight those guys EJ marshmallow. I oh, sorry, Tom. Sorry. Thom. Yes. Of course. How could I forget in February second DJ name marshmallow as in Millo not Mallow played a concert in fortnight that players could watch for free. If they move their avatar to pleasant park, which is where the concert was on Twitter. Jeff keely said his sources say more than ten million concurrent players watched that concert. That's a lot of people. There is of course, marshmallow.

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"cormack" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Of anybody can tell me about one let me know that's jumped in front of a microphone and said i do not support so senate majority leader leader ireland mikhov removing patrick cormack from his duties as a senator representing duly elected senator representing the seventh district i can't support that i find this reprehensible and i were and i'm gonna make it nice because if you're elected official you gotta you gotta be nice right i wouldn't be that's why i can't be north officials say i i call on the honorable senator meek off to reinstate patrick and apologize to the people of of district bill i just wrote the statement for ya i just routed for ya where are they and i'm tracking you guys that are even on the let's say national level i mean this is huge which we just had a fascist act take place in our history good senate and nobody's commenting at it now i build best dollars donuts and what they call the republican caucus in the senate in uh lansing you wanna bet that they are sitting around kinda like while there you go convicts arcc uhhuh uhhuh a because they're afraid will happen to them if they don't during but that and i be worried about the republican caucus in house are gonna wow did you see what he just it in the senate that's crazy yeah but we can't really comment on it because well we're not the senate are you kidding me that action alone warrants your comment i would i would argue that if you want to be elected any further than any other office you probably wanna make a comment as fast as you can and i would argue i don't care if you're a democrat this is straight up fascism i know the democrat party legs fashions i get that i get that so maybe you guys won't make a comment on but republicans dal you think where's my good friend lana thais lana lana call the show if your husband listening cola nascar how come she has made the statement i just made y jeff noble where are ya of jeff lessons of the shoring up of where you why have you not made a statement about this and it is this pissing you often i'm naming you guys tough where are you you know it's not about is not about doing the politically correct thing it's about doing.

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"cormack" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Might have agreed with all of them given the chance to debate than we might not have agreed with rendition uh uh the kidnapping of people from their nation and bring them back to a place where they could be interrogated uh what of finger we did not typically due before nine eleven um and the youth of extreme interrogation methods which would be called torture by some people were things that are forbidden by the geneva convention and the rules of war and we would not have done before nine eleven but there were people in our government and people are working to make us safer uh rape these choices out of good green too and a quake where we can be uh how when we're living in this world where we feel like we are surrounded by minna we can make choices with may not be true to our value system and the sort of the question you ask you before whipped of it to the left racial um what what sort of person are you if you make choices that are against your value systems or even what sort of nation are we if we make choices that are against her value christer and so i think one of the things that the story published to wrestle with liquor in a story it it easier for us to look at pumping of wow wow that really bad and in real life we have a hard time divorcing are still from our issue but um i think that's one of the reasons that that'd be about this on your arco it can be like kind of a an epic laboratory for us because they give it the chance to see the choices that these characters made and the wave that those choices change them um into one of the question could i ask in a book it is what is the goal it though you well when you make decisions like this because you're afraid or because you you'll need it and in many of these stories all caught it is frankly not worth hey it's terrible for the people that are involved yeah well you you uh you know again you invoke the example of the road that movie or the cormack mccarthy book in which the father and son or traveling around in this way slandered and doing what they need to.

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"cormack" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I have the part of the question you ask you by before he went to the two uh the life commercial um what what sort of person are you if you make choice of bitter against your value system or even what sort of nation are we if we make choices that are against our values character and now i think one of the faith that the story pop up to wrestle with liquor in a story it it easier for us so look at one eight wow that's all that we really feel bad and in real life we have a hard time divorcing ourself from our issues but um i think that's one of the reasons that that'd be great about the on get ottawa and be like might have a an ethic laboratory for us because they give it the chance to see the choice but these characters make and the way that those choices change them um and so one of the question that i ask in the book it is what is the goal cot death though you well when you make decisions like this because you're afraid or because you your minute and in may of this story the folk off it is frankly not worth hey it's terrible for the people that are involved we are well you you you know again you invoke the example of the road that movie or the cormack mccarthy book in which the father and son or traveling around in this way slandered and doing what they need to do to survive in the kid ask and his dad are we still the good guys um yeah and you know one of the way that that pulled the crossroads so powerfully it we think i mean if you are a parent or grandparent i mean anybody that love kid than and takes care of kid looked at this father and that you know i would probably make and let the exploited as well and you know i say that i would but if i were put in a situation uh i i like to tell a story sometimes i i read many years ago where honor the lead singer of you to have you with the christian pacifist but if somebody broke into his home in minutes his family he would top being a christian path it though fathy would make your heads them and and.

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"cormack" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The chance to the faith and we might not have decreed with but rendition uh uh the kidnapping of people uh from their nation and bringing them back to a place where they could be interrogated uh what something that we did not typically due before nine eleven um and the youth of extreme interrogation methods which would be called torture by some people are were things that are forbidden by the geneva convention against the rules of war and we would not have gone before nine eleven but uh there were people in our government and people are working to make us safer uh enrage these choices out of good reason and that's a a place where we can be uh how when we're living in this world where we feel like we our surrounded by minute we can make choices that may not be true to our value system and the sort of the question you are asking before he went to visit to uh the last commercial um what what sort of person are you if you make choice if good or against your value systems or even what sort of nation are we if we make choices that are against our values christer and so i think one of the things that the story help us to wrestle with because in a story it is easier for us so look at pumping of wow that wow that's really bad and in real life we have a heart time divorcing ourself from our issues but um i think that's one of the reasons that that'd be stories about this on bihac oculus can be like kind of a an ethics laboratory for us because they give it the chance to see the choices that these characters make and the wave that those choices change them um into one of the question could i ask in the book is is what is the goal cost esso you well when you make decisions like this because you're afraid or because you feel it and in many of these stories but so cost is is frankly not worth hey if terrible for the people that are involved we are well you you you know again you invoke the example of the road that movie or the cormack mccarthy book in which the father and son or traveling around in this.

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"cormack" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on KTRH

"Might have agreed with all of them given the chance to debate faith we might not have agreed with but rendition uh uh it kidnapping of people from their nation than and bring and then back to a place where they could be interrogated uh what something that we if not typically due before nine eleven um and the youth of extreme interrogation methods which would be called torture by some people were things that are forbidden by the geneva convention against the rules of and we would not have done before nine eleven but there were people in our government and people are working to make us safer uh who made these choices out of good and that's a a place where we can see uh how when we're living in this world where we feel like we are surrounded by minna we can make choices that may not be true to our value system and the sort of the question you ask you before he went to visit to the left commercial um what what sort of person are you if you make choices if bitter get your value systems or even what sort of nation are we if we make choices that are against her value first christer and uh so i think one of the things that the stories help us to wrestle with because in a story it it easier for us to look at something of wow wow that's really bad and in real life we have a hard time divorcing ourself from our issues but um i think that's one of the reasons that that'd be curious about this on bihac lift can be like kind of a an ethic laboratory for us because they give us the chance to see the choices that these characters make and the way in those choices change them um into one of the question that i ask in the book it is what is the sole esso you well when you make decisions like this because you're afraid or because you feel in it banned immediately story so cost is is frankly not worth hey it's terrible for the people that are involved we are while you you you know again you invoke the example of the road that movie or the cormack mccarthy book in which the father and son or traveling around in this.

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"cormack" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on KELO

"The quite do before nine eleven and the youth of extreme interrogation methods which would be called torture by some people are worth things that are forbidden by the geneva convention against the rules of war and we would not have done before nine eleven but there were people in our government and people are working to make us safer uh in a way peace choices out of good green and backed up a quake where we can be uh how when we're living in this world where we feel like we are surrounded by minute we can make choices that may not be a true to our value system and be sort of the question you are asking bob before he went to visit to uh the last commercial um what what sort of person are you if you make choice you're better against your value systems or even what sort of nation are we if we make choices that are against her value first are banned so i think that's one of the things that the story us to wrestle with because in a story it it easier for us to look at one thing go wow that's why wow that's really bad and in real life we have a hard time divorcing ourself from our issues but um i think that's one of the reasons that that'd be curious about the tom okker with can be like kind of a an epic laboratory for us because they give us the chance to see the choices that these characters make and the wave that those choices change them into one of the question could i ask in the book is is what is the goal cost yet though you well when you make decisions like this because you're afraid or because you've he'll minute and in many of these stories but so cost it is frankly not worth it if terrible for the people that are involved we are well you you you know again you invoke the example of the road at that movie or the cormack mccarthy book in which the father and son or traveling around in this way slandered and doing what they need to do to survive in the kid ask and his dad are we still the good guys um yeah and one of the.

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"cormack" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Might have agreed with all of them given the chance to debate than we might not of agreed with but rendition uh uh it kidnapping of people uh from their nation than and bringing them back to a place where they could be interrogated uh was something that we did not typically due before nine eleven um and the youth of extreme uh interrogation afghan which would be called torture by some people uh were things that are forbidden by the geneva convention against the rules of war and we would not have done before nine eleven but uh there were people in our government and people are working to make us safer uh emulate these choices out of good green him and that's a a place where we can see uh how when we're living in this world where we feel like we are surrounded by minute we can make choices that may not be a true to our value system and the sort of the question you are asking about before we went to visit cuba the last commercial um what what sort of person are you if you make choice if good or against your value systems or even what sort of nation are we if we make choices that are against our value system and so i think one of the things that the stories help us to wrestle with mika in a story it is easier for us to look at something of wow that's uh that's really bad and in real life we have a hard time divorcing ourself from our issues but um i think that's one of the reasons that that'd be stories about this on bihac lift can be like kind of a an ethics laboratory for because they give us the chance to see the choices that these characters make the wave that those choices change them um into so one of the question that i ask in the book is is what is the sole cost s o you well when you make decisions like this because you're afraid or because you feel minute and in many of these stories is so costly it is frankly not worst hey if if terrible for the people that are involved we are well you you you know again you invoke the example of the road that movie or the cormack mccarthy book in which the father and son or traveling around in this.

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"cormack" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wisconsin public radio's chuck cormack relief efforts in the caribbean are ramping up more than a week after hurricane erma slammed into several islands and pierre's jason boby n is in st thomas in the us virgin islands where a curfew remains in effect and most residents are still without electricity aid continues to slowly make its way into st thomas which is one of the hardest hit us territories the governor of the us virgin islands kenneth map touring st thomas on thursday said all residents from two hundred and sixty unit public housing conflicts will be evacuated the to high rise estate suffered major damage in the hurricane many residents continue to live in the building however even the walls and windows have been destroyed the federal emergency management agency is also increasing shipments of food watering tubs to the islands that communications tower has been reestablished at the airport helping the smooth flow of military and private aid flights commercial flights are not expected to resume to st thomas until sometime next week meanwhile cruise ships are being redirected to other parts of the caribbean there were not hit by the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the region jason bogin npr news st thomas this is npr from kqed news i'm brian watt the sound of protests at uc berkeley last night outside a speech by former breitbart news editors ben shapiro 100 showed up to demonstrate against the event nine people were arrested but there were no injuries and no property damage stark trash to the fight fires and riots that erupted in february when milo yannopoulos was scheduled to speak and then didn't speak the campus spent around six hundred thousand dollars on extra security for last night in university leaders say they don't require it they the relief they feel now they say is worth it they brought in police officers in riot gear and placed barricades on streets near the edge of campus shapiro spoke to a largely sympathetic crowd inside an auditorium on campus in two weeks conservative author anne coulter in former white house strategist steve bannon are scheduled to speak at the university protesters had promised to show up to those events to likely in greater number dealers and after that raphael khudair says he's focused on resist fascism rally scheduled for november no during snow and his mizzou is gone when asked if uc berkeley will bring in the.

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"cormack" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Hello there you merrick in june about american to american too the couple of things of his book about merican consumer americans do most of one of which is a marked dies out on the burn san diego your own morton asking people why they've celebrate the fourth of july what it's all about an you'll be astonished at the answers that come up with the ain't got a clue did you have good fourth of july the independence the idea opening on out with call because today we were marching in north all and you see that up on the site on facebook patrick cormack unfit for here's the deal as we were going through the crowd i was taking it upon myself to go to the and and that was a beijing lee well attended parade huge huge and you march for like i want to say two miles of just scores of people on both sides wrote saw oh i would go up to the crowd nights a happy independenceday that ago yeah and i say we go we broke free from the british did go yeah and i said now we got to break free from the bureaucracy and had kinda look at me some would go yeah but a lot would go on what the breakers his the new you combined come on many of you know at the list of this program so koeberg vestiges really says i break through thorough but from uh talking to people in a crowd you have more than twenty listeners will i always hits nineteen listeners and i i texted back and i said you got to keep in mind that the my listeners float because many do not make their dui bill come on mondaytuesday so they're not listening right now but anyway out on hello to the gentleman i ran into its sam's club to visa there but howdy i love the people in.

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"cormack" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"cormack" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Days mike tom's river next on the a fan i might they don't have good work do so uh you know the you know a lot of fair and people talking about a couple of weeks ago how with to trade them i met go out there a big picture but went to factor i mean they they over performed in the beginning of the year and are underperforming number probably even now you about where everyone expected to be you probably game goes most the fact um do you make come trade deadline regard with a record regardless of where they are they might walk to not be salaries not move off who you know any peace the gonna contribute you know ardent mary cormack and garden tent but even in bad cellphone mike i gotta let you go on i was anxious to hear what you were going to say there because i'm not sure where you were going i will say this about uh the position that therein encashment i trust i don't think they're going to jump the gun and do something stupid that will hurt them long term i think that internally they've got a really be enjoying this where it's gone how it's come out of nowhere how a juiced their fan bases regardless of some of the attendance problems they may have had other cable ratings are way up obscure our ratings of mm for listening to games is up because they're more fun there more compelling you wanna know how they're doing and they don't have to be great every night that they're not held to that standard so i don't think they're anxious the blow that up to reach for something when they have so many literal prospects meaning who is this guy and how good can he be when you have those players you don't want them the blossom somewhere else and you also don't want to hold onto one too long match where the balancing act the tight rope is you can't hold on the prospects forever no you can't have a great number three catcher you've got a deal the number three catcher and hope that the number two catcher doesn't get hurt you can't hold onto all three it's not good business and in the same way you can have too many.

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