18 Burst results for "Drew Richard"

"drew richard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"These sort of that. Sort of the gag. So i know. You're a fellow conflict avoidance only child. Yes what are you gonna ask me. Is it going to hurt. Well it's a little bit about dick town. Sure because it's those those that's a conflict got sort of resolved. I guess like the idea of teaming up with your high school bully. What's interesting is we we still to this day. And we hope very much to make more episodes. I can't say anything more than that. But dictum still lives in our hearts and minds and we talk about lot and you'll see in the show. We get really deep with these characters in their emotions. That's why we called it dick town. I'll explain that now. We just need to say it as much as possible. You answer the question. What data was yeah. What happened was i knew i knew because david and i are are emotional. Guys and david is a recovered school. Bully and i am an on an ongoing only child weirdo. We knew this dynamic would work because we lived it. We we have this fun. Sort of rather -ly dynamic but we also are emotional dudes and there's gonna be a lot of motion and hearten this show and we're making it for affects and i knew that affects from was defined itself as edgy and i decided that if we call it dick town. It will distract fx from noticing that our show is actually a lot about emotions and feelings super email. Yeah it's pretty. It's pretty emotional. And as deep as we go in. I mean we draw richards. Ville dick town is very much drawn on chapel hill. Which is where david grew.

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"drew richard" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"Didn't feel turned off by it. I still don't. I haven't seen it in twenty years but thinking back to it i think i would. I would watch that before. I watch anything like on the history channel about it or a number of the documentaries that are available on streaming services it might be the very straightforward verite aspect of the french filmmakers. Who made the documentary. Because while i wasn't there there the proximity. I feel to everything. Makes you want to not view nine. Eleven through a prepackaged lens which is ironic considering. I will watch stuff about Other tragedies through prepackaged lens pearl harbor the kennedy assassination the challenger disaster oklahoma city those sorts of things but again the circumstances my personal experience my personal thoughts i think this is what dictates it It's it's not exactly easy to come by for free It is available on amazon but the rental is like eleven dollars. I didn't see it available any in any other streaming service I couldn't even find it on on youtube. But much like what i was talking about. United ninety three a couple of episodes ago. If you can handle that sort of violence you should give it a watch at least once. It's another one of those you know you should try to see if you could see this once after which probably don't need to see it again but it is a good dot like little documentary. You know documentary in it's literal form. Were as so many of the Other documentaries that you could find on primary or netflix. Or whatever veer toward the the truth about nine eleven in a lot of the Or or so are trying to be conspiratorial or on the other side of that trying to be with logical which is which is also dangerous itself now. There wasn't argument whether or not that documentary was tasteful. And the idea of tasteful this was important and was explored in the wake of nine eleven for instance the tasteless in news coverage. Now we all know that the footage of the towers being hit collapsing as well as the pentagon being on fire was played over and over on what seemed like a constant loop through the few days right after nine eleven but one aspect of that morning. That was there in the moment and in newspapers on the twelfth but quietly disappeared shortly afterward was the stories images and videos of people who jumped from the twin towers. These are people who were working above where the planes and were therefore trapped in the side to take matters into their own hands when it became apparent that they were not going to survive of these people. One of them was captured in a now famous photograph by associated press photographer. Richard drew. He was a veteran new sotogrande tiger for who had been covering robert. Kennedy's nineteen sixty eight presidential campaign when rfk was assassinated in june of nineteen sixty eight Drew took some of the widely seen photographs of the assassination. The falling man photograph did run in newspapers on september twelfth. Two thousand one. But like i said didn't get much coverage afterward but in two thousand three times you know wrote feature for esquire magazine where he not only in view interview drew about the photograph but tried to figure out who the man in the photograph was who was the falling man. Look for the article reads as follows. Do you remember this photograph. In the united states. People have taken pains to banish it from the record of september eleventh. Two thousand one the story behind it though and the search for the man pictured in our most intimate connection to the horror of the day and while the article does include the now famous photograph is you know does still describe it in artistic sort of way which gives it gravitas if you look at it the falling man is centered pointing streak downward species between the two towers. It is it's striking. There's like an ironic type of beauty to it drew's recollection take. The photograph is very workman-like arrived on the scene. You started taking photographs. He noticed people jumping. He followed them down with his camera and eventually had to stop shooting when the tower began to collapse lest you get crushed by debris peter cheney reporter from toronto. Is the woman curiosity about the falling man. So after gino gives us the history of the events and then talk stewart drew. richard drew. He talks to cheney about how he tried to track this person down eventually narrowing it down to two people visiting their families. These meetings did not really go very well. One of the people who may be in the photograph is named roberto hernandez who worked at windows on the world. His family who are deeply catholic are scandalised by the possibility that he died by suicide even going as far. Tell cheney that quote that piece of shit is not my father. Another person's jonathan briley who also worked at windows on the world. In both cases there is certainty in doubt on the part of a number of people and the conclusion as you know reads reaches what i read at the very top of the episode. The article inspired a documentary about the situation. I told you. I have not seen the documentary but as a piece of long form journalism. It's an excellent article. She not only gets the background and story behind people jumping from the towers efforts to find them but he also examines. How american society viewed these photographs. And how many did their best to pretend that they weren't there. When eric official chooses to create a sculpture by those who jumped call called tumbling woman. He is pilloried by the new york. Post for putting it on display.

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"drew richard" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Did he asked. He's the type of guy. He needs his attention that pat boyle it's like his oxygen so he definitely mai hey. Oh boy lynch lash all right. Who else is on this list. Here's the all right. I got the full rundown now. We're going to decide whether this person is worthy of a drawing or not. Okay so all of us were everybody china and so give a name and then pause all right okay. So bob dwyer was on the list. But we love bobby. He works for us. So okay. Next okay From the afternoon show. I did craig already ivan obviously Christmas mcmonagle and tommy luke. Our all right. Do we believe that they deserve a drawing guys. I'm voting yes yes on both of you're especially mc model host at least once a week. Okay so all right. that's good golfer. paul rosenberg. No absolutely not out one hundred percent. Anybody wanna vouch for rosenberg say. Espn your friends with them. Roseburg i would enjoy it. A little wuss everybody. No we're fliegelman for christ's sakes does rosenberg. Deserve does a lot around here. Rosenberg does five off with the different job. Did you get a drawing it. No okay all right anyway. go ahead joe donna. Green conner green absolutely no connors announced katie out horsemen yesterday. Fake one though right out. So you got to cross off rosenberg and connor green next michael fliegelman all right fine. He's didn't right in front of me. And i don't have the guts to say no all right then. I got a full list of weekend hosts weekend host all right. Go fort richard near now. Don't do reduce you. Wwe here for five years to pay awkward. Yes of course that's the heart of it. Do you know that he's got a pay. Joe i i did not the okay. He's got a to seat him in thirty years. Yeah well that's the other part of it too. You have no idea what he looks like staple and this station. Every saturday reference reference specs are not always easy to come by. That is that is to all right. Draw richard near but make sure you give them the to pack all right kim jones. Yes kim jones joel. Absolutely chris. chris. More you.

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"drew richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To want me Surrender Southern girls. The flame. And countless others. For nearly 50 years, Rick Nielsen and cheap trick have been a force in the music industry. The Illinois based rockers put out their self titled debut in 1977 and recently released their 20th album of 13 track album called in another World. The album features long time vocalist Robin Zander basis Tom Peterson as well as Nielsen Sun decks on the drums. It also includes a cover of John Lennon's Give Me some Truth and joining us to talk about his incredible journey and music. Once again rock legend Rick Nielsen. What's going on, Rick? Hey, how you doing There? I am outstanding. I want to jump in with this new album. We just opened this half hour with another world. And like most of your albums, you know there's never a conscious effort to build a new album. It all comes out of recording and playing together. And then boom. This album happens. Yeah, well, it Zatz the way we do it right one song one song one song at a time and we liked making albums as opposed to You know, we're making a single on then 900 tracks and earnest. Good people have more patients. It's not just all went. Bam! Thank you, ma'am, rushing through things and, you know, thinking they hear the whole song. If they hear the first three seconds of it, you know, it's like Like albums that like when you get to the last track, you feel like starting over the first track again, right? Well, that's always how you've done your albums. I mean, it's really just playing writing. One of the One of the time. In fact, there's a bunch of songs that didn't even make it on the sound. Because once you guys get going, I mean it just it just becomes non stop. Yeah, that's true. It's like, uh, way added two tracks that we didn't think we're going to do. And we actually did a Slow version of one and then when, when the producer That went out of the room for three minutes. We did a fast version of it, and that made it for the record, too. So it's like Uh, Him. We love him. We love to record love, writing songs and love playing, so I was like That's what we do know if you want me to clean up your yard or something that I'm not very good at it. Okay, Fair enough. Fair enough. But hey, but during my own yard, Well, well, I was gonna say during the during the shutdowns in the pandemic, That's probably the only time in your life and your career that You were probably at home. You know a lot of this time it was probably it is true. It Z true. It's like it was Uh, I like being on the road, you know, but I do. I like being off to it because I'm never bored anyhow, So it's like, um, I can entertain myself. Sure You used to write just about every song yourself. But now everyone kind of jumps in Little bit when it comes to new music, right? Yes, it was. Everybody has has ideas since. Like, you know, I used to write it all and he used to do it all. And it was like That's all right, but it's like, you know. You know, it's like, you know, I don't like to compare myself to it. But like like the Beatles, you know, it's like, Did George have some? You just like he didn't come out until the Beatles were basically done? Before we knew that he was. You know what he could do? And it's tough. I mean, you got main writers of arrows, most rolling stones. What? What did what did this guy in the Stones do means old anchor fell. Drew Richards and Jagger. You know, it's like It's always like, Yeah, let's do it. You know, it's like it's easier to Two. Uh, keep songs that aren't of the caliber that we think we would like, offer record if we share it nice like that. I like that thought process. No, I know if you have a favorite technique of yours in song, writing that it's just obvious, and so much of what you've written Is using double and triple on Tundras. You know, Surrender might be a perfect example of all that. Yeah, well, and then the lyrics in this in that song too. It's like, uh uh, You know, it's half half true and half. Of part of my life, So it's like And that Zach threw away. It was like, you know, the characters in the thing. Where, uh, I mentioned about Mommy was a whack in the Philippines. Well, my mother wasn't what my aunt Woz. And why. Why do you need to go through and trying to explain is hard enough to explain anyhow, right? And so like you just leave it as is and Indonesian junk. You know what that means, right? I mean, the shift the ship or that mean heroin. Or that means, right, You know, what makes you think sounds? Good. Yeah. Or or? Or was it because there's a band Milwaukee called Indonesian junk? You know, I like it. I like it. I mean, then from there. I mean, though, that you know you and Tom got your first record deal in the sixties, the grim reapers and fuse and I love that you were way were unlike certain course, CBS. I know that the old barn Which is crazy. I don't know there was recording studio in there. Yeah, we've Yeah, we're on McCord Court. And recorded with Jackie. Jackie Mills, the producer, and our first record came out and went toe didn't go very far. No, but I mean, you know, it was a few years later with 77 that you know you guys were playing as cheap trick, You know, you know, 250, you know one nighters a year opening for Kiss The King Santana, Boston. And you know, then you guys finally put out that first album that did that first album When it came out is that when you felt like you guys were Were something and you're on your way. Or was it really the next album? What was it for you? Well, I think we always felt like we were on her when you know, it's like we didn't know where and I'm just like You know, we felt good about ourselves and if somebody gave us a bad review Or didn't like our band. We thought that was cool, You know, because you know Mm hmm. You know, we're musicians were supposed to be poor, and we're supposed to have no success. It's like, uh, what we believed in ourselves. And so, you know, you know, we used to get fired, waiting. Get fired a lot, but we got fired. A few times because we weigh lie just to get the job. You said that, you know, way play all top 40, and then we go with her and play. We didn't you know, like one place. I remember we got fired and Lake Geneva after the first night. You know, we want to hear top 40. You're playing all this other job, So Okay, So we took that as a badge of courage later. We were you know, later, we were the house band. It's a In a place called the Black Knight. We played there all the time. You five sets of night, seven days a week. And you know, it's like way. Always thought it was. We were good. You know, it's like telling telling Rick Guy you're ugly. And you you're not intelligent. Yeah. Okay, So what? I didn't take it. That's not a bad that was nothing bad? No, not at all. Not at all. We were talking to rock legend Rick Nielsen. Cheap trick and there's more with him next time 7 20.

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"drew richard" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on PRI's The World

"He says comes with risk especially in japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas so starting in the nineteen sixties with lots of american help. It went heavy on nuclear to power one of the world's biggest economies and they did this knowing japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's drew richard. Nearly all of japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built are seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk. That's almost uniformly comparable to seismically active areas of california. Only california has one nuclear plant. Japan was running. Fifty was after three eleven that nuclear watchdog shutdown all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. The watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join that includes scientists like okamura koji and others who were warning. The government okamoto says they just scrap the whole system for sin or the system was using. This and i'm used to and i'm useless to. He says other japanese seismologist who could join the watchdog agency won't because well scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure. oakland motor. Says right now the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquakes specialist. So don't talk tall enough professional scientists. It's a big loss drew. Richard says most earthquake experts agree. Seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring. Because the fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist. So it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well yet. They face a traumatized public still looking to scientists for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes. Scientists has been applied to a fundamentally impossible question. That question are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes and as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge. At this time. The answer is maybe we don't know at this point half of all japanese people. Just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors. But keep getting denied try again regulators. Say make it safer. Meanwhile was most nuclear plants closed. Japan has had to import way more coal dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet. People aren't happy with that either. Just listen to these protesters new poll japan. They're chanting okuda. Says there are no easy solutions. Here he knows the public just wants scientists to tell them. Energy sources safe but science can never be perfect. Some nature was not a hustler. I admit he also admits that. Actually he wants more nuclear plants to open up. And that's coming from the scientists who foresaw fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look some of japan's plants should clearly never open again. He says they're just too close to faultlines but for others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough. That japan should take the risk. He says the country needs power. Yes i'm afraid. People against nuclear power. Maybe hungry three. Just try not to be too angry at me. Okamoto says he's just a guy who wanted to study. Prehistoric earthquakes never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country and the entire planet for the world. I'm patrick win. We'll be right back. You're listening to the world. I'm marco werman you're with the world the news from myanmar is not good. There's also not a lot of news to tell. That's because the military which took power in a february coup is actively trying to snuff out the free flow of information in recent days military authorities have rated burmese media companies detained their employees and revoked media. Licenses stephen butler is the asia program director for the committee to protect journalists. He joins us from washington. What media in myanmar is a military. Junta going after stephen. Well yesterday they went after five licensed media. They were many tv broadcasters but they also are very active online the television broadcasts were actually cut off right when the coup started because the broadcast were may through a state on satellite but they continued very actively to report online and They've been trying to shut them down but actually they haven't succeeded. Most of the outlets are continuing to operate. Even though their licenses have been revoked and even though in some cases their offices have been raided so those outlets still operating. Are they independent. How would you classify them are absolutely independent and one. In particular that db which at the democratic voice of burma it started as as in exile and moved back into burma when elections were held. Some years ago you're saying some of those local independent outlets are still operating. What risks do they face so farther than about thirty-six journalists who have been arrested and what we believe the sixteen are still in custody a number of them have been charged under a draconian law. That makes it a crime to incite a mutiny in the military and these people are they face possibly up to three years in jail if they are convicted. The military must be in control of a lot of information. Though right now i mean how would they controlling things well. It's problematic for them because they need the internet to they could in theory shut down the internet completely which they're doing at night if they did it all day long it would affect military businesses would affect their own communications. So it's it's a rather difficult prospect. They don't seem yet to have the technology to be able to selectively. Shut off the different websites. I mean it sounds like journalists are also in the crosshairs in addition to protesters. What are you hearing about what. It's like burmese journalists this point to just do their job. Well it's very difficult. Though many of the outfits that i mentioned the journalists went into hiding when when the coup took place or even before guy could see this coming and their practice that this journalism in myanmar operated underground for many years. They know what they're doing. They know how to evade police for the most part so far. The journalists who've been picked up have been out covering demonstrations with one exception. It was a journalist who home was raided at night. But were afraid that that's that could be the next step that they will identify individual journalists. They will go after and try to arrest. We hope that doesn't happen but so far. The risks are mainly for people who are out in the streets. You know filming are taking. Photographs are interviewing. People who are demonstrating are some burmese. News organizations going into exile to report like from thailand. You know they talked about this. But they're a number of problems with that one is that because of covid nineteen restrictions. The borders are shut down. The airports are closed. Additionally thailand is also effectively run by military coup and it's a much less friendly place we expect than it was some years ago for news organizations operating in exile. I know the local burmese correspondent for the associated. Press was detained. Were you surprised to see the burmese military go. After the media in the way it's doing i was somewhat surprised to see them. Launch the coup to begin with but after that happened we were preparing and expecting for this. And that's one of the reasons. Frankly that there are fewer journalists jailed today than might have been the case. These journalists saw it coming. They went into hiding. They've taken evasive actions. So that is has helped protect them. You mentioned the arrest of the journalists chainsaw and we're very concerned about that. That brings a lot more to international firepower against the military when they take that kind of action so at. Cpj we we advocate for his release in all of their released but having frankly organization like the at on on our side makes it a lot more powerful unless he said burmese. Journalists are experienced with this kind of oppression. Stephen butler the asia program director for the committee to protect journalists to. 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"drew richard" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Could happen. Two thousand eleven tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise those are buildings crumbling in torrent of water and at the fukushima nuclear plant waves pounded the power plant causing a meltdown. It happened on march. Eleven and japanese people still call it. Three eleven shorthand for catastrophe now okudah. He is one of top earthquake experts in japan and before three eleven. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could. Helpful addicted kit. What he means. No one could have predicted this earthquake. At this specific time but moda and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground in those days. Nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after three eleven japan started over with a new nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto. The new nuclear regulatory regime in japan must be the world's strictest which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in. Japan is among the world's worst drew. Richard is an author whose new book every human intention follows. Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another fukushima. Because that's what people wanna hear. Tell us that this will never happen again..

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"drew richard" Discussed on WLRN News

WLRN News

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on WLRN News

"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.

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Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

The World

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.

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"drew richard" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Game five of the stanley cup. Final a goal by williams from king and stole at six four the shots on goal the king seven and the rangers six so after twenty minutes the kings one the new york rangers nothing. We start the second period that kings win drawn. Mitchell will get it down. The ice rangers have time on their second power. Play tonight one. Nothing kings outlet pass. Tear down into the king's own by kreider hammered around the boards and back down the ice by willie mitchell again. That was a great setup. Goaltender set it up for willie mitchell behind the net that allows him to be able to go in there and unload hammering the puck around the boards that eventually ended up in new york. John more will dump it in on the right wing boards now. Kreider stumbled in kobe. Tar takes the puck feeds brown on. Left-wing brown moved in for a shot was blocked and now saint louis for the rangers. Saint louis across to kreider. grinders pass. Hit brown in the skates kings at full strength. Early second period. One nothing kings muhsin around for doughty doughty flips it. A anna balances out of the blue line held in saint louis but he gave it right back to doubt. In this time doughty will get it out of the zone to center. Ice stroman lost at the copa tar. Kobe tar will flip it in deep but brown preceded the play and then well after the whistle stalled on brown and brown with a slash. But they let it both go kill kings. They're not giving rangers any momentum often that power play rangers had fresh. Ice did not generate a on goal so the rangers now for two command advantage. One shot with her to our place and their power. Play only one goal in the final one of nineteen. They came in just twelve percent in the playoffs. Kings leading on the first period goal by williams quick and the kings defending to our left lundquist here in the second period off. The drop. peterson will dump it in rangers takeover mcdonagh head to center ice four broussard in on left-wing shot blocked down by quick had a whistle on the rangers. We're going to face off in the kings and take a look at some of the numbers route to buy wells. Fargo bank kings out. Shot the rangers seven six in the first both teams now in a game over two on the power play and a faceoff circles kings. One fifty six percent of the draws on jay copay tyre the only came on the over fifty percent side of things one four six sixty seven percent not overly physical period. The kings out hit the rangers by a margin of ten to eight leading away dustin brown. He was credited with three. Hits the opening twenty minutes kings win the draw. Get it to williams williams across for stole at center ice now to the left wing boards for mitchell. Mitchell got checked at the ranger. Line kings reset now muslim to williams moves in on right-winger shot saved lundquist. And he'll cover a face off to his left and we'll see barrels subtle changes it up or leave the stole king william's combination out rangers are changing. And now darryl sutter will send out. Mike richards along with kyle bird and trevor lewis and of the seven shots at the kings head into first grade. Five come off the sticks in the defense to by alec martinez to right drew. Doughty the ice time leader in the period ryan mcdonagh. The rangers play ten away to the opening twenty minutes off the draw richards out to doughty with a wrist shot. Blocked loosen. front clipper to chance at rolled wide. Now lewis tries to center in front clifford can t it up the rangers away with it. Step on to left wing at center ice to the circle to kreider. Riders pass block tried to get it to nash. And now mike richards will lifted over everybody and how to center ice. John more plays it ahead. The past broken up by mike richards puck deepen the king's own however dowdy for clifford and clifford. We'll send it down to the rangers. Line john more klein and up predominant more moves in a left wing moves to the circle along. The boards leaves it for saint louis who ducks under a check. But he lost the puck. Copa talks takes over to center ice copa tied to the attacking line. Leaving it for brown moves in and shoots lockdown lundquist shot from about forty-five feet out lundquist. Sawn all the way while brown got the puck. Coby got it from copa just inside the lie outside. The liner cook term across dropped at a couple of tar trying to get in behind the defence marc staal. He was the player there but stalled. Did a nice job keeping him outside. He was trying to get in front to distract the goaltender because doubt Dustin brown was so far lundquist was able to focus just on the shooter. Knew you have reach up. The left hand glove save andre copa. No goals in the last twelve games only one in nineteen including tonight but he still leads everybody in scoring with twenty six points off the draw the roles in on lundquist and he'll cover before gabric could get their co petar gabric and brown remaining out and the rangers best in the circle in the playoffs has been dominic more. He'll take the draw with go. Petar one nothing kings early second off the draw the puck in the corner work free dominic more with it peels up the right wing to center ice across to hegel and over his stick goes all the way down. And this'll be icing. Is that pass some a left wing at the ranger line. Missed the stick of haggling and goes down for icing kings. Staying tightly connected five-man units on attack in the offensive zone. But more importantly when it come back defensively when the rangers have had possession of the puck. Look to move it to a teammate. Even if it looks like they've connected with that past kings have been very close to cover and close on that play not allowing the puck carrier more than a couple of feet to be able to make the next play stolz line out with king and williams stole wins. The draw williams out to doughty. Who's check and now. The rangers dissenter haggling for the trailer. Moving in saint louis on left. Left-wing saint louis download. The corner drives behind the net loss. The puck dwight king plays it ahead for williams chips off the boards and got down to the ranger line. More taking over for klein klein up the wall for dorset and dorset will dump it in doughty back for williams off his stick held in john more. A shot deflected the net. Now loosen front spinning. Can't get a shot. it's still lose cleared out to the blue line. Held in by john. More morris pass for brad richards broken up by stole and now doubt will get it out of the zone to center ice. Oh pick it up himself. Doughty moving in to the left circle doughty with a pass office. Stick arranger stick and out of play while close call back in kings on a shot from back in a blue line gets deflected it goes to off to the wider. The net to the right of the goaltender. Quick brian boyle quick to get on that loose puck knowing that he wasn't going to be able to bring the puck back beyond the goal line. Tried to bank it in back off. The back of the lake of jonathan creek but with a strong push creek was able to get that right leg up against that post and not allow that to happen. The deflection was about twenty feet between the circles. Just missed quick on the stick side one. Nothing kings straw monopoly. Draw rooms around the wall. Green with a bump on pouliot.

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"drew richard" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Game five of the stanley cup. Final a goal by williams from king and stole at six four the shots on goal the king seven and the rangers six so after twenty minutes the kings one the new york rangers nothing. We start the second period that kings win drawn. Mitchell will get it down. The ice rangers have time on their second power. Play tonight one. Nothing kings outlet pass. Tear down into the king's own by kreider hammered around the boards and back down the ice by willie mitchell again. That was a great setup. Goaltender set it up for willie mitchell behind the net that allows him to be able to go in there and unload hammering the puck around the boards that eventually ended up in new york. John more will dump it in on the right wing boards now. Kreider stumbled in kobe. Tar takes the puck feeds brown on. Left-wing brown moved in for a shot was blocked and now saint louis for the rangers. Saint louis across to kreider providers pass hit brown in the skates kings at full strength. Early second period. One nothing kings muhsin around for doughty doughty flips it. A anna balances out of the blue line held in saint louis but he gave it right back to doubt. In this time doughty will get it out of the zone to center. Ice stroman lost at the copa tar. Kobe tar will flip it in deep but brown preceded the play and then well after the whistle stalled on brown and brown with a slash. But they let it both go kill kings. They're not giving rangers any momentum often that power play rangers had fresh. Ice did not generate a on goal so the rangers now for two command advantage. One shot with her to our place and their power. Play only one goal in the final one of nineteen. They came in just twelve percent in the playoffs. Kings leading on the first period goal by williams quick and the kings defending to our left lundquist to our right here in the second period off. The drop peterson will dump it in rangers takeover mcdonagh head to center ice four broussard in on left-wing shot blocked down by quick a whistle on the rangers. We're going to face off in the kings and take a look at some of the numbers route to buy wells. Fargo bank kings out. Shot the rangers seven six in the first both teams now in a game over two on the power play and a faceoff circles kings. One fifty six percent of the draws on jay copay tyre the only came on the over fifty percent side of things one four six sixty seven percent not overly physical period. The kings out hit the rangers by a margin of ten to eight leading away dustin brown. He was credited with three. Hits the opening twenty minutes kings win the draw get it to williams williams across for stole at center ice now to the left wing boards for mitchell got checked at the ranger line kings reset now muslim to williams moves in on right-winger shot saved lundquist. He'll cover a face off to his left. And we'll see barrels subtle changes it up or leave. The stole king william's combination out rangers are changing. And now darryl sutter will send out mike richards along with kyle clifford and trevor lewis and of the seven shots at the kings head into first grade. Five come off the sticks in the defense to by alec martinez to right drew. Doughty the ice time leader in the period ryan mcdonagh. The rangers play ten away to the opening twenty minutes off the draw richards out to doughty with a wrist shot. Blocked loosen. front clipper to chance at rolled wide. Now lewis tries to center in front clifford can t it up the rangers away with it. Step on to left wing at center ice to the circle to kreider. Riders pass block tried to get it to nash. And now mike richards will lifted over everybody and how to center ice. John more plays it ahead. The past broken up by mike richards puck deepen the king's own however dowdy for clifford and clifford. We'll send it down to the rangers. Line john more klein and up predominant more moves in a left wing moves to the circle along. The boards leaves it for saint louis who ducks under a check. But he lost the puck. Copa talks takes over to center ice copa tied to the attacking line. Leaving it for brown moves in and shoots lockdown lundquist shot from about forty-five feet out lundquist. Sawn all the way when brown got the puck coby got it from copa. Just inside the lie outside. The liner cook term across dropped at a couple of tar trying to get in behind the defence marc staal. He was the player there but stalled at a nice job. Keeping him outside he was trying to get in front to distract the goaltender because doubt Dustin brown was so far lundquist was able to focus just on the shooter. Knew you have reach up. The left hand glove save andre copa. No goals in the last twelve games only one in nineteen including tonight but he still leads everybody in scoring with twenty six points off the draw the roles in on lundquist and he'll cover before gabric could get their co petar gabric and brown remaining out and the rangers best in the circle in the playoffs has been dominic more. He'll take the draw with go. Petar one nothing kings early second off the draw the puck in the corner work free dominic more with it peels up the right wing to center ice across to hegel and over his stick goes all the way down. And this'll be icing. Is that pass some a left wing at the ranger line. Missed the stick of haggling and goes down for icing kings. Staying tightly connected five-man units on attack in the offensive zone. But more importantly when it come back defensively when the rangers have had possession of the puck. Look to move it to a teammate. Even if it looks like they've connected with that past kings have been very close to cover and close on that play not allowing the puck carrier more than a couple of feet to be able to make the next play stolz line out with king and williams stole wins. The draw williams out to doughty. Who's check and now. The rangers dissenter haggling. The trailer moving in saint louis on left. Left-wing saint louis download. The corner drives behind the net loss. The puck dwight king plays it ahead for williams chips off the boards and got down to the ranger line. More taking over for klein klein up the wall for dorset and dorset will dump it in doughty back for williams off his stick held in john. More a shot to the net. Now loosen front spinning. Can't get a shot. it's still lose cleared out to the blue line. Held in by john. More morris pass for brad richards broken up by staal and now doubt will get it out of the zone to center ice. Oh pick it up himself. Doughty moving in to the left circle doughty with a pass office. Stick arranger stick and out of play while close call back in kings on a shot from back in a blue line gets deflected it goes to off to the wider. The net to the right of the goaltender. Quick brian boyle quick to get on that loose puck knowing that he wasn't going to be able to bring the puck back beyond the goal line. Tried to bank it in back off. The back of the lake of jonathan creek but with a strong push creek was able to get that right leg up against that post and not allow that to happen. The deflection was about twenty feet between the circles. Just missed quick on the stick side one. Nothing kings straw monopoly. Draw rooms around the wall. Green with a bump on pouliot.

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"drew richard" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"drew richard" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"If you get to Sunday morning to you look Sunday morning edition of Wisconsin weekend morning news rescue Back of that some little things later on this morning that we have a very strange talking about that in just a moment first. Let's say good morning to our producer. Isaac, How are you today? Isaac? I'm good lady. How are you? Today's Sunday December 13th 2020 only what 24 days or not even that long we've got about 16 17 18 days left of the year. Hard to believe 2020 is almost over. But I think we're all waiting for that. What? We're celebrating a number of days today, including You'll like this one. Isaac, it's national Coco Day. Oh, yes, I love it. Due to nothing like a nice warm cup of cocoa, especially last night is chilly is it was it's going to be even colder this morning tonight? It's also the national Day of the horse. Actually, the Senate passed a resolution. Declaring at that it's pick a pathologist, Pal Day and also this is a big one. It's the 381st birthday of the National Guard. It was on this day and 16 36. That the United States National Guard was created when militia regiments were organized by the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. And certainly here in Wisconsin, so many men and women have dedicated themselves. To the National Guard. And, you know, sadly, we lost a member of the Air National Guard this past week, but thank you to all of you who have served on this day in history in 18 09. The first abdominal surgery surgical procedure was performed on Jane Todd Crawford. Oh, believe it or not, this surgery was done. Without an anesthetic don't even want to think about it. That in 18 62 and estimated 11,000 northern soldiers were killed or wounded when union forces were defeated. Under the Confederacy, led by General Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Fredericksburg, certainly a big battle during the Civil War. He was on this day in 1913 that the Federal Reserve system was established. 1918 on the state President Wilson arrived in France, He became the first chief executive to visit a European country while holding office then also on this day in 1944. The cruiser Nashville was badly damaged in a Japanese kamikaze suicide attack 138 Uh, naval servers were killed in that attack, then in 1964 in El Paso, President Johnson and Mexican President Gustavo Diaz or does Set off an explosion that diverted the Rio Grande River. It reshaped that U S Mexican border and ended a century old border dispute. It was on this day in 1966. December, 13th. That the rights to the first four Super Bowls were sold to CBS and NBC for a total of $9.5 million. That's million. That's about a little over two million a year and When you look back. That was quite the deal. Wasn't it? In 1978? The Philadelphia meant began stamping. This is B Anthony dollar. It was on this day in 1982 that the century armored car company in New York discovered $11 million had been stolen. From his headquarters overnight. That was the biggest cash stuffed in history. On this day in 1989, South African president to Clark meant met for the first time with imprisoned African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela in Cape Town. Let's see. Also understand. 1998 Gary Anderson, who's playing for the Vikings kicked six field goals against Baltimore was in a game, Anderson set a record for 34 straight field goals without a miss. And also on this day, you know, people are saying when will President Trump concede the election. While it was only on this day in 2000 that Vice President Al Gore finally conceded the 2000 presidential election. Governor George Bush. Well, you celebrating a birthday on December 13th. You share it with war hero Elvin Sergeant York. Dick Van Dyke was born on the state 95 years old today. Actor Christopher Plummer was born and also this guy. Ted Nugent celebrate getting a birthday chance. Also born on this day, the producer of draws Richard Sanick was born John Davidson. You probably know him from the Hollywood Squares. Football.

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"drew richard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"drew richard" Discussed on AP News

"With Mexico. The president is taking a wait and see attitude about his threat to shut the border security is more important to me than trade. So we're going to have a strong border open have a close border. The president says Mexico has been doing a better job with security at the border, but he also wants congress to change immigration laws if they don't or if we don't make a deal with congress the border is going to be closed. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says closing the border would have a potentially catastrophic economic impact on the country at Donahue, Washington. Federal agents have charged a woman carrying to Chinese passports and a device that contained computer mala wear after she gained admission to President Trump's mar-a-lago resort this past weekend. He was there. The woman allegedly lied to gain entry. Sorry in Chicago voters have selected former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot as their next mayor. She defeated Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle both women were vying to replace mayor Rahm Emanuel who opted not to seek reelection this aspect in the shooting death of rapper nipsy hustle is in custody, Los Angeles police chief Michael Moore, we believe this to be dispute between Mr. hustle, and Mr. holder the rapper who fought to improve the Crenshaw neighborhood was fatally shot on Sunday in baseball national shortstop trae turn or had to leave a game against the against Philidelphia. He was struck on the finger by a pitch in New York City tonight. The Empire State building is lit up in light blue, according to its website. It's to Mark world. Autism awareness day, stocks were mixed today. The Dow closed lower NASDAQ gained this is AP radio news. Federal health regulators are about to explore what's real and what's fake about. CBD? Oil CBD is everywhere in cosmetics in foods in dietary supplements extravagant claims are being made for the marijuana extract. Treats pain, relieves, anxiety, one company even suggested cannabis dial has anti-cancer properties. None of this has been proven. Although it does appear to help people afflicted with two rare seizure disorders, the food and Drug administration says it will hold a public hearing next month to get information on the manufacturer science and sale of cannabis compounds. CBD contains only trace amounts of the psychoactive substance in marijuana. So it won't get you high. But it has been known to cause users to fail drug tests. I wanted Levinson patient with stage four liver cancer in North Carolina has won a quarter of a million dollar lottery drawing, Richard Barreto. Charlotte says he plans to take his wife to.

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"drew richard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"drew richard" Discussed on AP News

"The president is taking a wait and see attitude about his threat to shut the border security is more important to me than trae. So we're going to have a strong border open have closed border. The president says Mexico has been doing a better job with security at the border, but he also wants congress to change immigration laws if they don't or if we don't make a deal with congress the border is going to be close. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says closing the border would have a potentially catastrophic economic impact on the country at Donahue, Washington. Federal agents have charged a woman carrying to Chinese passports and a device that contained computer Mel wear after she gained admission to President Trump's mar-a-lago resort this past weekend. He was there. The woman allegedly lied to gain entry in Chicago voters have selected former federal prosecutor Lori. Lightfoot as their next mayor. She defeated Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle both women were vying to replace mayor Rahm Emanuel who opted not to seek reelection the suspect in the shooting death of rapper nipsy hustle is in custody, Los Angeles police chief Michael Moore, we believe this to be dispute between Mr. hustle, and Mr. holder the rapper who fought to improve the Crenshaw neighborhood was fatally shot on Sunday in baseball national shortstop trae Turner had to leave a game against the against Philidelphia. He was struck on the finger by a pitch in New York City tonight. The Empire State building is lit up in light blue, according to its website. It's to Mark world. Autism awareness day, stocks were mixed today. The Dow closed lower NASDAQ gained this is AP radio news. Federal health regulators are about to explore what's real and what's fake about. CBD? Oil CBD is everywhere in cosmetics in foods in dietary supplements extravagant claims are being made for the marijuana extract. Treats pain, relieves, anxiety, one company, even suggested Canada dial has anti-cancer properties. None of this has been proven. Although it does appear to help people afflicted with two rare seizure disorders, the food and Drug administration says it will hold a public hearing next month to get information on the manufacturer science and sale of cannabis compounds. CBD contains only trace amounts of the psychoactive substance in marijuana. So it won't get you high. But it has been known to cause users to fail drug tests. I wanna Levinson a patient with stage four liver cancer in North Carolina has won a quarter of a million dollar lottery drawing, Richard Barreto. Charlotte says he plans to take his wife to Italy for a trip while they can.

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"drew richard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"drew richard" Discussed on AP News

"So we're going to have a strong border open have closed border. The president says Mexico has been doing a better job with security at the border, but he also wants congress to change immigration laws if they don't or if we don't make a deal with congress the border is going to be closed. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says closing the border would have a potentially catastrophic economic impact on the country at Donahue, Washington. Federal agents have charged a woman carrying to Chinese passports and a device that contained computer Mel wear after she gained admission to President Trump's mar-a-lago resort this past weekend. He was there. The woman allegedly lied to gain entry in Chicago voters have selected former federal prosecutor Lory Lightfoot as their next mayor. She defeated Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle both women were vying to replace mayor Rahm Emanuel who opted not to seek reelection. This aspect in the shooting death of rapper nipsy hustle is in custody, Los Angeles police chief Michael Moore, we believe this to be a dispute between. Mr. hustle, and Mr. holder the rapper who fought to improve the Crenshaw neighborhood was fatally shot on Sunday in baseball national shortstop trae Turner had to leave a game against the against Philadelphia. He was struck on the finger by a pitch in New York City tonight. The Empire State building is lit up in light blue, according to its website. It's to Mark world. Autism awareness day, stocks were mixed today. The Dow closed lower NASDAQ gained this is AP radio news. Federal health regulators are about to explore what's real and what's fake about. CBD? Oil CBD is everywhere in cosmetics in foods in dietary supplements extravagant claims are being made for the marijuana extract. Treats pain, relieves, anxiety, one company even suggested candidate dial has anti-cancer properties. None of this has been proven. Although it does appear to help people afflicted with two rare seizure disorders, the food and Drug administration says it will hold a public hearing next month to get information on the manufacturer science and sale of cannabis compounds. CBD contains only trace amounts of the psychoactive substance in marijuana. So it won't get you high. But it has been known to cause users to fail drug tests. I wanted Levinson a patient with stage four liver cancer in North Carolina has won a quarter of a million dollar lottery drawing, Richard Barreto. Charlotte says he plans to take his wife to Italy for a trip.

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"drew richard" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:19 min | 3 years ago

"drew richard" Discussed on KCRW

"From eight twenty four presenting Gloria bell, starring Julianne Moore as a divorce say in her fifties, who's finding her rhythm in life and love in contemporary LA now playing everywhere checking up on those Friday morning freeways in our hamburger eastern. Garfield an RV apparently has caught on fire managed to make it over to the right shoulder heads up near USC north one tenant atoms stalled van and while the middle lanes there. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. It happened as it so often does in a tweet President Trump up ended decades long Middle East policy yesterday tweeting that the United States will now officially recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Most countries consider the Golan and Isreaeli occupied territory Israel seized from Syria in nineteen sixty seven after the six day war. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Called President Trump's move a miracle. You did it again. I recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital moves the US embassy here. Then he pulled out of the disastrous wrong treaty. But now he did something of equal historic importance to put that decision into context, we're joined now by Richard Haass. He's president of the council on foreign relations, and he served in the State Department under President George W Bush ambassador Haas, thanks for being here. Good morning. What are the consequences of this decision? Do you think? Whatever little chance to the United States to be an effective, honest broker and to try to negotiate any peace between Israelis and the Palestinians. I think that's essentially eliminated. I think it also raises fundamental questions for the US position in the world. Where a great believer in the idea, the territory ought not to be taken or conquered. By the use of force that was the basis of what we did when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in nineteen ninety it's the basis of our opposition to what Mr Putin has done in Crimea. Well, we seem to be doing here is acquiescing to the idea that Israel can formally acquire territory that had gained in the course of a war. So explain how this essentially destroys the promise for any potential peace, and we should know President Trump has articulated. This is something that he believed he could achieve putting his son-in-law in charge of coming up with some kind of ambitious peace plan while you're exactly right in that position of the United States to be an honest. Broker was already precarious after the unilateral move of the American embassy to Jerusalem. But let's take a step back. The US ability over the decades to be an effective. Peacemaker dependent on two things are close relationship with Israel. But also the view in the in the world and with the Palestinians at that close relationship with Israel allowed us to influence Israel. What this administration has done is. Yes, it obviously has a close relationship with this is rarely government. But rather than using that relationship to influence Israel seems to be using that relationship simply to empower Israel. So as a result. There's no evidence we can deliver or influences real on anything. So again, I don't see us in a position where we can we can be an ineffective peacemaker appoint a process point. Just to clarify is it up to the president to make this decision. I mean, he does he alone have the power to do this to do. The short answer is. Yes, the the constitution is fairly vague as it is when it comes to really. The most aspects of what you might call foreign policy powers, a lot of them are not articulated or or specified, but any real constitutional lawyer. I would say what say this falls under the province of the president as the chief diplomat of the country is the person who speaks for the United States. Can you give view though, give us a perspective on how Israel seized the Golan? I mean, President Trump is saying in an interview this morning on FOX business network that this is about regional security. How does Israel see this slice of land? Walter important piece of land when before nineteen sixty seven the Syrian Jews the Golan Heights to rain shells down on Israel on various kid team. The agriculture settlements in that part of the country in the nineteen sixty seven war and again in the nineteen Seventy-three war. There were pitched battles on the Golan Heights. As the phrase suggests the geography gives it real advantages over the valleys below so so it's important no denying that. But it's also important to remember, no one is pressing Israel to give back the Golan Heights. Now, it's understood that this is the sort of thing that could only happen in the context of having a reasonable Syrian government. That's prepared to negotiate and live in peace with Israel. No one is ever accused the government of Bosch, ari'el Assad fitting that description said no this this this announcement by the president doesn't change the reality of the Golan Heights, which is in Israeli hands, which gives Israel the security position. It needs. All the changes is the way the United States is treating it diplomatically, we're paying a price for not really helping Israel. Do you think this is just President Trump's gift a political gift to Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of elections? I think it's a gift to mister Netanyahu ahead of his April ninth election, and may also be Mr. Trump's gift to himself. Because among some elements of in the United States, someone's supporters of Israel. This will be very well received. Some critics of this move are pointing to a dangerous precedent looking at Russia's annexation of Crimea. Is that something that concerns you to that this will justify other aggressive actions? Absolutely. There's not a lot of order in the world. These days this prevented pretty much what you expect from someone who wrote a book with the word, disarray and the title, and what there is this is probably the most basic principle that no country ought to use military force to change borders to threaten the sovereignty of other countries. Then this is what Mr Putin has done against Ukraine. So the idea that we have now said, it's okay for Israel after a war to permanently acquire territory. It really weakens our political, and legal and moral stand to tell any other country be at Russia, China, North Korea Iran that you can't use military force to change the way the maps are drawn Richard Haass is the president of the council on foreign relations. Thank you so much for your time this morning, we appreciate it. Thank you. The investigation of two Boeing plane crashes points for the moment at software there's evidence that a program called 'em Cass pointed the planes, noses, down repeatedly without pilots, even knowing ultimately leading to the deaths of hundreds of people Boeing, and the FAA have promised to programming patch as it's called this is a reminder that software is designed to do almost everything around us and not always the best. Here's NPR's Martin Kosti. The first time it really sank in for most people that softwares and everything was during the VW scandal. When we found out that a program inside the cars had been quietly cheating on emissions tests. At the time. WBU are in Boston had Ray melody of car talk on in the conversation quickly turned to things that have minds of their own. I bought myself a wonderful television that decides at two o'clock in the morning that it wants to turn itself on what we are frustrated by the technology around is because I'm like, you know, televisions of all we could give them a belt on the side. That's right, whatever I'll take a tube out and fix it. Those days are gone. Chris Curtis would agree with that though. He'd say that when it comes to cars software has mostly been a good thing. I think software has given us some amazing performance that we've become used to in. Our daily lives. Gerdes is a professor of mechanical engineering at Stanford. He says software has generally made cars, cleaner and safer. But he says other aspects of design Ken get short shrift. A lot of times you see systems that would be much easier to control if somebody had been thoughtful about the mechanical design, he thinks this is actually more true in other industries, for instance, medical devices, where he sometimes does consulting he'll encounter a poorly designed moving part on some machine and the assumption is that the problem will eventually be fixed by the control software. You know, there have been a few cases where it's been exactly that conversation of wait a minute. Why issue you that? Sometimes software can make a medical device potentially deadly. The most serious case was in the eighties. When a new design of radiation therapy machine replaced, the mechanical safety controls with software buggy software. It turned out and patients were injured or killed by excessive radiation and just last year software problems were the single biggest cause of medical device recalls. Even when lives aren't at stake software solutions on physical things can sometimes be just plain annoying. I was driving my parents car the other day, and I could not figure out how to turn down the air conditioning on a touchscreen. Like, are you kidding me? Khairpur nieces senior VP of the Nielsen. Norman group, a company that specializes in user experience design, you X, they call it. She's not against software. But too often she says she sees it just slapped on top of other systems. Like the car's dashboard without considering whether maybe a mechanical solution might have been better times. Hardware-software creation is disjointed. So I think this idea that software people are brought in leader is is. Common. And it's a huge problem in the case of the seven three seven max. The suspect software was added to compensate for a compromise in the physical design blowing. It added newer bigger engines to an older airframe and that made the nose tip up more. So the software was added to push the nose back down. Again, I am very carefully not commenting on the ongoing investigation because it's an ongoing investigation. We don't know this is Kristie morganson professor of 'aeronautics and astronautics at the university of Washington in Seattle without passing judgment on the seven thirty seven. She says it is normal to use software to improve on older legacy parts of a plane. It would be so cost prohibitive to start from scratch to build an entirely new software system in new avionics system to go with it. It would take so long that the business model doesn't work business models are what concern Eban Moglen. He's a law professor at Columbia and champion of software transparency. He says industry sometimes uses software to cut corners on things for instance. Image enhancement software and camera phones, which lets them use cheaper lenses because it allows them to make pictures that consumers think are just wonderful tiny bits of bad glass. Right. But he says that's a minor concern compared to the seven thirty seven situation. He scandalized that the pilots may not have known about the software or how it worked and for mogul. And this is a much deeper problem. What we're looking at in the case of some aero software taking over from pilots without telling them is an example of why even if you didn't think this had anything to do with politics. You're still true that systems that don't explain themselves to the human beings who interact with some are dangerous. It's politics to him because it's about political values like freedom. He says if we in the twenty first century still believe in human atonomy, then we need to put that value into the software that.

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"To talk about her new book merchants of truth later this month, author Tessa mosh bag sits down with memoirs. Amanda stern to discuss her groundbreaking debut novella mcglew. Time is four zero seven basis KCRW, it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. It happened as it so often does in a tweet President Trump up ended decades long Middle East policy yesterday tweeting that the United States will now officially recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Most countries consider the Golan and Isreaeli occupied territory Israel seized from Syria in nineteen sixty seven after the six day war. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called President Trump's move a miracle. You did it again. I e recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the US embassy, then he pulled out disastrously wrong treaty. But now he did something of equal historic importance to what that decision into context, we're joined now by Richard Haass, he's president of the council on foreign relations, and he served in the State Department under. George W Bush ambassador Haas, thanks for being here. Good morning. What are the consequences of this decision? Do you think? Well, whatever little chance the United States to be an effective, honest broker and to try to negotiate any peace between Israelis and the Palestinians. I think that's essentially eliminated. I think it also raises fundamental questions for the US position in the world. Where a great believer in the idea, the territory ought not to be taken or conquered. By the use of force that was the basis of what we did when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in nineteen ninety it's the basis of our opposition to what Mr Putin has done in Crimea. Well, we seem to be doing here is acquiescing to the idea that Israel can formally acquire territory that had gained in the course of a war. So explain how this essentially destroys the promise for any potential peace, and we should know President Trump has articulated. This is something that he believed he could achieve putting his son-in-law in charge of coming up with some kind of ambitious peace plan while you're exactly right in that position of the United States to be an honest. Broker was already precarious after the unilateral move of the American embassy to Jerusalem. But let's take a step back. The US ability over the decades to be an effective. Peacemaker dependent on two things are close relationship with Israel. But also the view in the in the Arab world and in with the Palestinians that that close relationship with Israel allowed us to influence Israel. What this administration has done is. Yes, it obviously has a close relationship with this is rarely government. But rather than using that relationship to influence Israel. It seems to be using that relationship simply to empower Israel. So as a result. There's no evidence we can deliver or influences real on anything. So again, I don't see us in a position where we can we can be an effective peacemaker appoint a process point. Just to clarify is it up to the president to make this decision. I mean, he does he alone have the power to do this thirty two short. Answer's yes. The constitution is fairly vague as it is. When it comes to really. The most aspects of what you might call foreign policy powers. Yeah. A lot of them are not particularly or or specified, but any real constitutional lawyer. I would say what say this falls under the province of the president as the chief diplomat of the country is the person who speaks for the United States. Can you give you though, give us a perspective on how Israel sees the Golan? I mean, President Trump is saying in an interview this morning on FOX business network that this is about regional security. How does Israel see this slice of land? Walter important piece of land when before nineteen sixty seven the Syrian Jews the Golan Heights to rain Hillary shout shells down on Israel on various kibbutzim, the cultural settlements in that part of the country in the nineteen sixty seven warn again in the nineteen Seventy-three war. They were pitched battles on the Golan Heights. As the phrase suggests the geography gives it real advantages over the valleys below so so it's important no denying that. But it's also important to remember, no one is press. Israel to give back the Golan Heights. Now, it's understood that this is the sort of thing that could only happen in the context of having a reasonable Syrian government. That's prepared to negotiate and live in peace with Israel. No one has ever accused the government of Bashar al-assad fitting that description this this this announcement by the president doesn't change the the reality of the Golan Heights, which is in Israel hand, which gives Israel the security position. It needs all the changes the way the United States is treating it diplomatically paying a price for not really helping Israel. Do you think that this is just President Trump's gift a political gift to Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of elections? I think it's a gift to mister Netanyahu ahead of his April ninth election, and may also be Mr. Trump's gift to himself because among some elements of in the United States so much supporters of Israel. This will be very well received. Some critics of this move are pointing to a dangerous precedent looking at Russia's. Annexation of Crimea. Is that something that concerns you to the this will justify other aggressive actions? Absolutely. There's not a lot of order in the world these days, this is pretty much. What you expect from someone who wrote a book with the word, disarray and the title, and what there is this is probably the most basic principle that no country ought to use military force to change borders to threaten the sovereignty of other countries. And this is what Mr Putin has done against Ukraine. So the idea that we have now said, it's okay for Israel after a war to permanently acquire territory. It really weakens our political, and legal and moral stand to tell any other country Russia, China, North Korea Iran that you can't use military force to change the way the maps are drawn Richard Haass is the president of the council on foreign relations. Thank you so much time this morning. We appreciate it. Thank you. The investigation of two Boeing plane crashes points for the moment at software there's evidence that a program called 'em Cass pointed the planes, noses, down repeatedly without pilots, even knowing ultimately leading to the deaths of hundreds of people Boeing, and the FAA have promised to programming patch as it's called this is a reminder that software is designed to do almost everything around us and not always for the best. Here's NPR's Martin Kosti. The first time it really sank in for most people that softwares and everything was during the VW scandal. When we found out that a program inside the cars had been quietly cheating on emissions tests. At the time WVU are in Boston had roemeling of car talk on in the conversation quickly turned to things that have minds of their own. I bought myself a wonderful television that decides at two o'clock in the morning that it wants to turn itself on, but we are frustrated by the technology around is because I'm like, you know, televisions of all we could give them a bell from the side. Right, whatever I'll take a tube out and fix it. Those days are gone. Chris Curtis would agree with that though. He'd say that when it comes to cars software has mostly been a good thing. I think software has given us some amazing performance that we've become used to in. Our daily lives. Gerdes is a professor of mechanical engineering at Stanford. He says software has generally made cars, cleaner and safer. But he says other aspects of design Ken get short shrift. A lot of times you see systems that would be much easier to control if somebody had been thoughtful about the mechanical design, he thinks this is actually more true in other industries, for instance, medical devices, where he sometimes does consulting he'll encounter a poorly designed moving part on some machine and the assumption is that the problem will eventually be fixed by the control software. You know, there have been a few cases where it's been exactly that conversation of wait a minute why you should do that? Sometimes software can make a medical device potentially deadly. The most serious case was in the eighties. When new design of a radiation therapy machine replaced, the mechanical safety controls with software. Buggy software turned out and patients were injured or killed by excessive radiation and just last year software problems were the single biggest cause of medical device recalls. Even when lives aren't at stake software solutions on physical things can sometimes be just plain annoying. I was driving my parents car the other day, and it could not figure out how to turn down the air conditioning on a touchscreen. Like, are you kidding me? Khairpur nieces senior VP of the Nielsen. Norman group, a company that specializes in user experience design, you X, they call it. She's not against software. But too often she says she sees it just slapped on top of other systems. Like the car's dashboard without considering whether maybe mechanical solution might have been better many times. Hardware-software creation is disjointed. So I think this idea that software people are brought in leader is is. Common. And it's a huge problem in the case of the seven thirty seven max, the suspect software was added to compensate for a compromise in the physical design blowing. It added newer bigger engines to an older airframe and that made the nose tip up more. So the software was added to push the nose back down. Again, I am very carefully not commenting on the ongoing investigation because it's an ongoing investigation. We don't know this is Kristie morganson professor 'aeronautics and astronautics at the university of Washington in Seattle without passing judgment on the seven thirty seven. She says it is normal to use software to improve on older legacy parts of a plane. It would be so cost prohibitive to start from scratch to build an entirely new software system in new avionics system to go with it. It would take so long the business model doesn't work business models are what concern Ben McGlynn. He's a law professor at Columbia and champion of software transparency. He says industry sometimes uses software to cut corners on things for instance. Image enhancement software and camera phones, which lets them use cheaper lenses because it allows them to make pictures that consumers thinker just wonderful out of tiny bits of bad glass. Right. But he says that's a minor concern compared to the seven thirty seven situation. He scandalized that the pilots may not have known about the software or how it worked and for mogul. And this is a much deeper problem. What we're looking at in the case of some aero software taking over from pilots without telling them is an example of why even if you didn't think this had anything to do with politics. You're still true that systems that don't explain themselves to human beings who interact with some are dangerous. It's politics to him because it's about political values like freedom. He says if we in the twenty first century still believe in human autonomy. Then we need to put that value into the software that runs our world..

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"Yet cans picks up pregamEcom. Well, let's the big difference between being cancelled and being number one. Okay. Let's do this sports X radio. What's up? Villanova's awaiting the winner of seen hallmark Kadam shown six seconds to go eighty to seventy nine Seton Hall clinging to a one point lead over Marquette. See how that rolls on down. Let me see I don't even know who has the ball last. I saw was a missed free Turks. Not watching miss jumper by Cal for seen. All but then a foul on Kane for Marquette, not showing with seven seconds to go, six six and a half seconds. So we'll see what happens on these free throws for the hall. See if marquess going to have a crack at it. They were just down seven cut it to one and again Villanova weights the winner, we're going to get into some coaching vacancies, including one right here in Las Vegas. College basketball style, Marvin Menzies has been let go down there in college station. Billy Kennedy is gone after a fourteen and eighteen season with Texas A and M Nebraska. They're going to wait and see on the ten mile situation at the end of the year. They're going to figure things out. That means more than likely Nebraska will be playing in the end. I is what most people are feeling. Seton Hall does make a free throw. So it's eighty one seventy nine that I'm showing right now. West reynolds. Brad powers our in studio with me, and we're gonna get into all the goings on in college basketball in our number two. Also, the the raiders they let Jordy Nelson go yesterday, but they signed JJ Nelson today, raiders, very very busy and showing end of the second half. So it looks like Seton Hall has knocked off Marquette which will set up a jersey north jersey. Philadelphia matchup. Seton Hall Villanova tomorrow, the finals of the big east tournament. Brad your take on on on non abreast gone Marquette. This team looked pretty darn good. And especially at home, but then wheels kind of fell off, and they really linked to the finish line. I mean, I think they've lost five of their last seven games. Sam Houser can get a go and Marcus Howard. We know the guy can go off. But I think teams started really doing the switching off and not giving these guys the open threes in Howard was getting a lot of that. And he showed his range is twenty three twenty four feet. So they extended out there the top both sides of the top of the key to make sure Marcus Howard wasn't going to have arms length to just start launching three pointers because he could take you off the dribble just as well as anybody that has good long range shooting that also has handles, and I really think that Marquette got a little bit predictable. And now they're a team going into the tournament that they've got to get their act together. Because again when you're not playing well, you're looking for answers. They got a nice route yesterday, but they just could not close out a game against Seton Hall. This is a team that came back from fifteen down against them. Last week at home and then Marquette had a nice little lead about seventy eight nine points first half. But the hall comes back wins by two the eye test to me Howard looks a little tired. I mean, he had a high usage rate one of the nation's leaders and scoring for majority majoria season. I mean, Marquette was one of the more profitable teams in the entire country. I mean, they had a twenty seven game stretch where their only two losses. Weren't a Saint John's and now was pretty much there. Only two nine covers. I think they got a little over priced in the marketplace. But that certainly doesn't explain losing what they're a double digit home favorite the George Town. They lose out, right? And obviously a couple a couple of losses now favorite against Seton Hall. I got some questions and again, it comes down to match ups. Be intrigued to see what you know. Marquette was probably in that four seed range. Now, I'm thinking Marquette's more saving seed range. I would say in right now, and they get you know, one of those dreaded seven ten ups. I can see him bows. First round Westwood about it, that's your neck of the woods. You're in Indiana kid. I mean this team from Wisconsin pretty darn good for a long time. I really think Joey Houser led his big brother Sam Houser Houser down and Marcus our because he has been so inconsistent. There are games that he passes upshots. He just takes too long to launch the three. We know the kids got good range. We know he's got ability. But I think in order for that team to be effective. Those three all need to be. Clicking on the same night. Yeah. Absolutely. And they were a team. I actually took in the preseason at over at one hundred to one on a future, and they started to get bet once they took the lead in the big east because their defense is light years better than it was last year. With some of the guys out the bench. They added the kid Moro from Nebraska transfer Joseph Shartouni who fled the country and steals actually last year from Fordham now he comes off the bench. But you know, they I mean when you have a guy he he can carry it so far, but I think in this tournament eventually you run into a team that has multiple guys that can do that. And you know, Marcus Howard need some help. And I mean this team has kind of faded a little bit down the stretch. I mean losing their last four in the regular season. I mean, I don't know what to make of them. I think it's a team that could be dangerous. But I think they're going to need a good draw. Richard badgen Finley Toyota out-of-town scoreboard update. Our number two. The only game going in the NBA clippers up to a baker's dozen. Now, they're lead over the bulls. Eighty four seventy one still two fifty one to go third quarter in L A. Meanwhile, on the ice few games still going there. Let me see we've actually only one game going Anaheim's finished off, Colorado. So you've got Anaheim a plus one ninety earlier this evening. Five three the ducks. Pay ski pass Colorado on the road five one Calgary did finish off the ranger. So if you played the total that ends up pushing at six in Vancouver had a one nothing lead. It's now to one lead connects thirteen forty nine to go third period. They lead the Jersey Devils update the game's going college hoops cow. Santa Barbara gauchos a seven six lead six minutes and against Fullerton this game at the Honda center in Anaheim, Utah state thirty nine to twenty three taken out Fresno state in a big way three thirty seven to go first half. So Utah state the aggies gavitt going and Fullerton, she's taking eight seven lead. But I'm on the wrong side of that one. And again, Fresno state's a good solid program and they can play good defense. But when they get down like this. They're in trouble. They are not one of those teams. That's got the scoring punch to really come from behind it less. They're able to make stops. And right now, they're not making enough stops against Utah state. So could be Utah state and San Diego State that would be for an automatic bid. And I really think Utah state cash Dorney, Brad. I mean talk. To me now. Do you think the punch their ticket for sure if they win because we thought they punch their ticket when they knocked off Nevada in Logan. And then they struggled and found themselves down eight nine points against Colorado state in Fort Collins force overtime in that game. Got the W got the win yesterday. They struggled in the game. But now if they take out Fresno state, I mean, they're going to be in the finals. Tournament. I would think that's an adventure. There San Diego State beats them was do we get three from the from a conference that we looked at three weeks ago and said it's a one bid league. Yeah. I think so. And I think that's been a possibility now for a couple of weeks, I beat I just think, you know, some of these big ten teams and some of these big twelve teams going a little bit by the wayside, you know, the club and the clemson's potentially the Indiana's. I mean, it's going to open it up for somebody. And I think the fact that you avoided a couple of two bid leagues and some of those lower major conferences like the so Kahn, which I think is still only gonna get one bit. Even though it may be probably deserves to based on the quality of play, but they dodge some bullets, you know, early on in some of these leagues. So I think maybe the mountain west could be the league the benefits I think Greensboro, add their shot to get that second bid there in the so con against Wofford, and it was their third crack, Adam they got blown out the first game at home. They were right in. The second game out Wofford till about the twelve minute Mark of the second half. They got blown out down the stretch there. But then got the third crack and how to five to seven point lead over Wofford for pretty much the entire game and the terriers ended with a twenty two three run to not only win the game but win and get the cover in that game. So because they're unblemished, and there is that gap between Greensborough who took out Furman and for really the only close regular season. Game offered me conference was against east Tennessee State a two point win. So I think Wofford is gonna be the one bid what about Belmont. Because again, this is a Belmont team. Rick bird seemed that we look at and. You're thinking I test. This team's good enough and a tough two point loss to Murray. State John Mirant, I thought of Belmont wins. It and Murray loses it because of the star status of Jamarat navy Murray gets in that large bid. Boy, I'd hate to see does not make it. But when you get bid stolen by teams like Saint Mary's Brad they're up against it. Yeah. I think Beaumont's out. I mean blamed I guess Saint Mary's. That's one of woman was won't probably end up with a couple more. But I know minds Napoli not gonna get the benefit of the Dow when it comes to the NC double A tournament committee. We seen throughout the years the mid majors don't get the benefit of the doubt like teams like your Indiana's your taxes is other world and as much as I would like to see Belmont. And the chairman I think there certainly good enough. There were other mid major teams like a Wofford recall that Wofford played North Carolina went and played at LSU went and played at Oklahoma Belmont as much as I like, Rick burn. I like this program. You know, they went to UCLA UCLA. Unfortunately, for them was a was a little bit down this year. But Belmont really didn't beef up the schedule. I mean, you don't wanna be lichens aga- was ten fifteen years ago where you're going on the road. You know, you're having a fly with one day in between all the way from Spokane Charlottesville Virginia or something like that. But the committee said you got to challenge yourself a little bit. And I don't think Belmont did enough. And I mean their best to Windsor. Are over lips Cup. So I mean, I just don't see them getting in Brad. Here's the thing for college basketball again when you have a respectable team from a mid major conference like Belmont like a Lipscomb that every year they're battling further conference. And you know, but a team that's gotten coaching strength. And and get some good players, you know, from around their area, but their strategy is pretty solid as far as the way, they go at it. And you find a lot of these big schools..

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"drew richard" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"We're following breaking news on what may be the most damning allegations against President Trump. That's fueling new talk of impeachment another night. Another bombshell. A potentially damaging new report from BuzzFeed reporting game changing report does feed news is reporting the president personally instructed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to congress. He should be impeached immediately. He foresees I think impeachment coming. This is a completely impeachable offense impeachment who hates meant. Should be impeached that is impeachable. President Trump must either resign or be impeached. This was like the Titanic coming at the iceberg. News a spokesperson for the special counsel. Robert Muller's office is disputing buds feeds article a special counsel as just come out. With a statement. I wanna read it to you responding to BuzzFeed saying buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and characterization of documents and testimony of paint by this office regarding Michael Collins, congressional testimony are not accurate. Here's what Joe digenova. Former US attorney said about the way the media went crazy over this. And the fact that the special prosecutor put a stop to the lie. Well, it's fairly obvious that the reporters who wrote this story should be fired. But don't count on it. Number two. This is a stunning revelation by the opposite special counsel. They have never done anything like this before they felt compelled to do. So for one reason there's a new sheriff on the block and his name is Bill bar, and if they hadn't done this. He would have been so furious when he was warning. And let me say this to Marie hard Marie. If you don't think this is enough. To tell people that somebody got the story wrong. Let's let's have some honesty. Okay. This is an outrageous act by BuzzFeed reporters, they should be fired. What they've done is you want to go after the president go through something that's real. This is fake story. It's outrageous. And I I am very very pleased that some professional. Prosecutors finally stood up the liars in the media. Peter cars spokesman for the motor office said this and the statement buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office regarding Michael Cohen, congressional testimony are not accurate, but that didn't stop the media before that from going crazy if this BuzzFeed news report is true, then we are likely on our way to possible impeachment proceedings. If it were to be true, it means the president told someone to lie under oath, very simply is a crime, and it's impeachable. If this story is true, we must begin impeachment proceedings. If you can prove that the president ordered it that to certainly rise to the level of rises to the level of impeachable offense. Can I know in the president of the United States committed a federal felony? And at that point, we are in high crimes and misdemeanors, and we are an impeachable is that an impeachable offense. This is suborning perjury. There's no question it's an impeachable offense that is considered an impeachable offense. Absolutely. These are impeachable offenses inside that answer. I did hear the I word impeachable impeachment is a very fine alternative way to deal with this Democrats will move faster making more aggressively toward impeachment or an awful lot of similarities between a couple of the articles of impeachment against Nixon and the elements of this story the very same offence for which the house of representatives moved to impeach Richard Nixon in the past been impeachable. If that is the way that Nixon was one of the things that drew. Richard Nixon out of office TNN is not corroborated this reporting. CNN we should be clear it's not independently confirmed. This CNN has not independently confirmed this reporting..

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