35 Burst results for "Emery"

NBA marks 75 years

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last week

NBA marks 75 years

"In marking its seventy fifth anniversary the development of the NBA reflects some social changes that have happened since nineteen forty six more from A. B. correspondent Norman hall NBA hall of Famer Wayne Embry who played eleven years starting in the late nineteen fifties says the sixties were dramatic because of racial tensions Celtics legend bill Russell was a social justice activists but Emery says the few black players in the league were at risk when you're on non guaranteed contracts if the ownership then like what you're doing or managed in like what you're doing you're gonna embrace who won an NBA title with Boston in nineteen sixty eight says opportunities for all black pro athletes expanded because the integrated Celtic lineup started racking up championships others were saw that happening and jumped on board Embry joined the front office of the Milwaukee Bucks in nineteen seventy one when he became the league's first black general manager he remains upbeat about the NBA the times are getting better keep getting better each year I Norman hall

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Biden Takes Initial Steps to Address Gun Violence

Clark Howard

01:01 min | 8 months ago

Biden Takes Initial Steps to Address Gun Violence

"Today that he is taking executive action to try and help curb gun violence. Among the items on his agenda. Asking the Department of Justice to draft rules about keeping guns out of the hands of people facing mental health issues create new rules around so called ghost guns and a review of how stabilizing braces for pistols are regulated. Some of Georgia's state lawmakers and federal law lawmakers weigh in on President Biden's gun control measures were just state representative Emery Donohue tells WSB. He believes President Biden's executive actions on firearms pick on law abiding citizens. Asked about the Atlanta Spawn mass killer who bought his gun legally the same day. Well, we're gonna have one person here and there that basically We're going to step out of line, Congresswoman Lucy McBath says. While the actions are modest, they are a start on which lawmakers can build these air tangible efforts that he's willing to put forth right now he and Vice President Harris to make sure that we're keeping our families safe. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB

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As NCAA president flails, whispers of an exodus get louder

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:15 min | 8 months ago

As NCAA president flails, whispers of an exodus get louder

"Seems like mark. Emery is always in the news. We talked to pete thamel about him. A couple of days ago and since then pitas written Even more talking about whether the winds of change are not already in the thanks for the time. Let's let's talk about your latest on. When i was i was dumbfounded when i read your column because i swear. I rent a comment the other day. Some poo bear in the ncwa hierarchy. That said he was doing a good job and they were happy with him. Well hey it was interesting. Paul like he. There's a little bit like i know. I caught in the stock market. When when when the stocks keep going up they call it the goldilocks effect in in college. Athletics when someone who is perhaps not performing their job at a high level but still gets to keep their job is a similar thing. We're just all the all the factors surrounding them are in place so they can keep on going even if the results aren't there and we we saw you know most recently with larry scott out in the pac twelve where it was fairly unanimous Feeling amongst athletic director certainly in a lot of people out there that maybe it was time for larry to move on and he had a couple of key presidents especially the gentleman at arizona state and they make a crow who were were on his. We're on his side and he kept the job probably three or four years longer than maybe even more than that than than most people in that area would Would have thought he was going to in so the Mark emirate is that he is pretty much lost his constituency on the ground meaning he has lost the commissioners for shore at multiple commissioners going to estimate that least eighty five percent of them would like to see a change in the president's spot athletic directors. A little harder to judge. 'cause you're you're going from university of maine to miami and alabama you know eastern washington. There's three hundred and something in division one and there's d tuned. three as well But it's probably a fair estimate to say eighty five percent there want change as well. I mean let's put it this way for all the stuff that's come out about mark emmer. His anybody stepped up to defend him. I don. I don't think there's i have not heard or seen a you know a single person other than his bosses.

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Georgia state bill would institute waiting period for firearm purchases

Clark Howard

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Georgia state bill would institute waiting period for firearm purchases

"Days to go in the legislative session, and Democratic State lawmaker introducing a bill that would put a waiting period on buying a gun. After last week's spot shootings by representative Josh Mond, Lauren would place a five day wait on the purchase of a gun. It's critical to provide a period of time. So that people don't have same day access to use a firearm the way that we saw occur on Tuesday, But representative Emery Donohue, who sponsored a constitutional carry bill this session, says You can't blame the gun for what happened last week. Usually when you check everything back, it's a mental type issue of some sort, and we keep throwing that out the window and never want to talk about that from the state Capitol Senior Parish 95.5, WSB and

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A Gang of Goats Just Took Over a Welsh Seaside Town

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

A Gang of Goats Just Took Over a Welsh Seaside Town

"The pandemic has produced a surprising change in a coastal town in Wales while goats were once mainly found up in the hills in Wales they've moved into the seaside resort town of land dude now the other day I was driving the role in the road and it just it made just around every street corner there are goats I don't know if the dangerous or not but I would like to go over the needs of the goats like to Munch on grass and leaves for this man they're great never got locked by a tree for example and he becomes in any terms it what I trim inside knowledge of the pump pump for staying on site about seven and a local county councilwoman Louise Emery says they usually have a plan to control the gull population loss of volunteers get together to do it and took it to look at the female guides but oversee last summer there was no way we could do that so they have been breeding like goats the goats are expected to leave town once mating season starts I'm a Donahue

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"emery" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Here's Emery Martin. Earlier vehicle Fire South found five just north of North Gate has been completely cleared to the shoulder. Go ahead and just give yourself a couple extra minutes to get around that scene Overall, it's a really beautiful drive across the Puget Sound right now North and 167 seeing a little hesitation out of Sumner, couple brake lights north, and four or five getting through Renton. We've had a couple cancelations at Seattle Bremerton already this morning are fairies. They're going to move to a reduced or holiday schedules. So plan ahead. That is your Cairo radio. Real time traffic a memory, Martin Cloudy out there right now, But it looks like we will have a sunny afternoon right now. 34 degrees outside the Carter Subaru Studio High Today of 43 expected. I'm Erin Granola for breaking news highlights, podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio appear for what's next. Hmm. Welcome back to the GN Ursula show Wednesday morning edition and just a couple of days away from Christmas. I hope you are doing well and I hope your family is healthy and safe. Here. You know, like we were, you know, I told our producer Paul, I said, I know I'm going to be on the minority on that argument, but I just want to raise some because we have this initial.

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Can your employer force you to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Tom and Curley

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Can your employer force you to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

"Get the cove in 19 vaccine. Cairo seven looks into that. Have more of a fear that people won't get vaccinated. Todd owns a business and as soon as the covert vaccine becomes readily available, he's telling all of his employees to get one. My gut feeling is you need to I would definitely hire someone that was willing to take it over something that wasn't And if you're wondering whether a job can make you take the covert vaccine or fire you if you don't simple answer to the question is Yes, but there were so many exceptions. Seattle employment Attorney Tim Emery says. There really are no loss stopping work places from making the covert vaccine mandatory. In fact, Washington's an at will employment states so employers can fire workers with no warning and no cost their employers in Washington state right now. That require vaccines across the board. I can think of multiple employers that too, But, he says, In many ways, the covert vaccine is uncharted territory, So it's unclear how the legality of it all will play out. There's no question that an employer can require masks, There's no there's no question that employer can require the safety precautions, but but I don't think there's an easy answer in this situation for whether an employer could mandate Vaccine. The reason there's no easy answer is because he says, there are many exceptions for things like religious beliefs. If you have a medical condition, or even if you're under contract, it's a tricky one. Sandra from Seattle supports the covert vaccine but doesn't know if employers should require one. Everybody doesn't have the same situation, leaving experts expecting a lot of legal challenges. Once this vaccine is available employers one point used to be able to used to have the right to take genetic testing. I mean, the law really is in flux here. Oh, wow, An influx law. So he said, Yeah, you will eat they will be able to require, But then he said, Yeah, I don't know if they will. He seems a little on the fence about that attorney. I thought Yeah, well, nobody knows we haven't had to do something like this, I guess And long enough since the laws of sort of evolved to protect the employees from the aggressive employer and in this case, I guess they don't have it in, uh, the individual of the rights of the individual. To their own body. Can the employer say in order to work for me and to guarantee the protection of my other employees? I'm gonna have you have to get this vaccine. Yeah, That's the tricky part because obviously, employers can make you where other safety equipment When I worked in a big commercial bakery. I had to wear a hair net just to keep my hair from falling into the donuts right now. Can you imagine and all those guys have Bucky's Where those blue rubber gloves, right? Yes. Well, they've been doing that long before anybody else. Yeah, So I mean, it seems like other than the part where you have to stick the needle into your body and inject your body full of chemicals. It's the president's already there. Oh, are you gonna get the

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"emery" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

The Security Ledger Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

"Editor-in-chief at the security Ledger in this episode of the podcast number 190 or thinking about compliance and governance. We're focused on establishing positive control and integrity of the system and because we now have applications and operations that allow us to quickly spin up and spin down systems. We can make different decisions about how to handle a breach or a loss of trust. Then we would otherwise information security is Shifting left moving closer to the development process and becoming part and parcel of agile devops organization, but while building security into development, maybe a familiar idea, what does it mean to build compliance into development to find out we invited Galen Emery the lead compliance and security architect at Chef software into the security Ledger Studios to talk about the job of blending both suck. 30 and compliance into Agile development processes Jeff started out as a configuration management tool Galen and I talked about the companies increasing Investments and security testing and compliance and how the shift left that goes along with devsecops is impacting other security Investments including access control auditing and more to start out..

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"emery" Discussed on Dog Save The People

Dog Save The People

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Dog Save The People

"Is John Bartlett. And I'm your host welcome to a special episode of dog saved the people up until recent years has someone was a victim of domestic violence, but had a dog at home. They're not able to go to a shelter and bring their dog with them this cause people to stay in their abusive situations either temporarily or permanently. Luckily a breakthrough program came along and changed that people and animals living safely were Pals for short is part of the urban Resource Institute, otherwise known as you are I it is one of the largest domestic violence shelters in the country and provides crucial services to other vulnerable groups to with the pals program. They open the first pet friendly domestic violence shelter in New York City. This is a special episode where we talked to two different guests. First up. We talked with the CEO of the urban Resource Institute Nathaniel Fields about how the organization came to be what it does and why there was a need a job. The pals program later. We'll talk to Daniel Emery. Who is the director of Pals. Hi Nathaniel, so glad to have you on dog save the people. Can you tell me about the background of URI and how it got started John first of all, so exciting to be on dog saved the people today off your eye has just a wonderful history Urban Resource Institute. That is you know, we've been in the community for over 40 years. And when I say the community, we largely provide services and the five boroughs and we also extended our services to Westchester, but right from the beginning, we really took the position that we were going to work with our clients understanding that they are experts on their own lives of some sort of kind centered perspective and then partner with the community to really provide valuable Services. When you think about your eye being the largest provider of domestic violence shelter services, not only in New York City New York state but not the country. It's just an amazing level of growth and our ability to achieve greater impact to victims of domestic violence before pals are never been a domestic violence shelter in New York City. That was pet pig. In allow dogs. Can you tell me a little bit about why this was so important to you and why you felt you needed to change that New York City while we have a comprehensive approach to ending domestic violence when someone is ready need shelter, they're ready to need a shelter and they have a pet. The shelters have to respond to being able to accept pets and back in 2012-2013. Not one domestic violence shelter in New York City wage allow a victim of domestic violence to bring their pets with them when seeking safety, you know about 68% of households in the United States about 82 plus million households have pets and then when you think about the the violence and its prevalence, we recognize that about 50% of or more than 50% of murders that take place in the United States. They're result of intimate partner violence wage. What do you think about obstacles we needed to reduce barriers and one of the barriers that we had to reduce was really create safe spaces. So when someone was thinking about often women leaving an abusive relationship wage, That they would have somewhere to go. It's real deal stuff John did some background on use. I know how much you love pets and how much you love dogs in particular and how they're part of your family and so survivors of domestic violence feel the same way. I totally agree in the thought of leaving them. If I was in that situation would be crucial to my decision. Thankfully we have the PALS program. How did you bring it into life wage? When we started to talk about this idea of cold living where somebody to bring their pet with them when seeking safety government almost lost their minds. What do you mean? It's already complex providing services for children for families divorce of protection health services, and now you want to put pets into the equation. So we have to sort of bring them along through hard data to clients stories to say listen, we need to do this and state these to be our partner to the regulations while a solid there were lots of concerns. So we had to show the efficacy if you will bringing pets particularly dogs into domestic violence shelters and government said, yes, but they said hey girl. Pilot first, let's see what happens set it up for about a year. And if there's no sort of bully dogs pit bulls chasing a 2 year old town hall and we made a preview page and that's what they were afraid of. They thought they were going to be unintended consequences of allergies and fights. And so initially, they didn't allow to accept dogs just other small animals and we were diligent in partnered with a gamble Warfare Community to really show that we were committed to the service and it was going to be a good service. So we had to really think about just like a victim of domestic violence as leaving in a situation with the clothes on her back. So were cats right? So, where's the food coming from? Where are the boys coming from? How we going to sort of look at the vet services for the pets pets are also affected by trauma. How are we going to we're going to do this credible work around trauma how we're going to provide services for the pets how we're going to accommodate our units to be pet friendly and create a culture. Where in dog Use can work with pets particularly dogs and do it. So on an appropriate way so Palace is open to all pets but dogs specifically right? Have you seen them play a role in those who have come into the program? So it's just amazing. It's so hard for the whole family but in particular children to leave their home, I'll beat abusive. It's still what they know as home or I don't care how nice the shoe is and the pets there to provide the unconditional love but we also know there are other effects that individuals who particular who have been traumatized receive in terms of healing from having their pets the thought of well being the neurotransmitters that are released from petting at Anna animal the sense of some normalcy the reduction of anxiety and it promotes really need the whole family staying together to heal what you guys are providing is is just so beautiful. And I know that this is a program that you guys are hoping to help other organizations kind of grow in other cities and in other centres we are I'm dead. This is still very new. We're really working to increase awareness that this issue exists and it's a barrier for people seeking safety cuz you know only about 3% of domestic violence providers nationally are able to provide having places for people and pets now that I wanted to ask you. Do you have a dog in your life. So if my son was here, he would be applauding that question John because he has been after me for quite some time. So we do not currently have a dog about life full disclosure. He will say to you that I've been a horrible father, but I do think, hopefully as I Think About by own retirement to have a dog because I've seen firsthand just how connected people are to their dogs. So now that it was such a pleasure to speak with you in to learn more about what you guys are doing. It's just it's mind-blowing and such beautiful work. This was such a pleasure. I really appreciate you taking some time out of your day. And you know, John I appreciate all that you do this is so exciting job. I'm always grateful to get.

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Building Your Brand as a Student

Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Building Your Brand as a Student

"Know one of the things you think is important is. College Age students or students in general learning. How to brand themselves right building their personal brand. Normally, we think about maybe with movie stars or. Personalities or something but let's get into this. Why do you think this is important To me without giving away the shop how they can do this. And how you can help people do it. So let's let's let's hear what we got here. It's important for so many reasons and not just for college students for even students who are at the high school level or even at the middle school level thinking about why they are going to go to college. So the why is essential? So I don't know if you're familiar with Jeff Selene goes new book WHO GETS IN AND Y. But that book I think. It came out this week and I got a chance to preview the intro chapter and one of the So the basis of the book is that he was able to. Be in the admissions office of four universities One of them was emery in Atlanta One was I forget the names of the schools, but the example is from emory. So it was him going through the admissions office seeing how they pick their classes. So not the highest Yale's in the harbor is not the highly highly selective universities, but the you know somewhat selective universities and how they make the decisions. So he told the story of you know emory university going back and forth. With various students who are interested in going to the school and one of the examples that he used was a student who was, interested in microbiology however, on the student's application, there was no indication of any clubs, any volunteer work anything at all that would indicate that this was something that the suit it was really interested in had a true commitment to. So even at the middle school or high school level is important because if you're going to a college which is competitive with going you're going to be. Competing, with other students to get in, you want to establish what your brand is student. So if you are interested in, you know the sciences or stem or something in that regard, a highly competitive major you WanNa do things at in college or in middle school so that we use some at your college application You are standing out you're doing things that shows the university that you are truly. Committed and you have a history of being committed to whatever the major is whatever the industry is while you are an undergraduate's a consistent. Thanks. So they're looking at, you know not only your essay and your sat scores in your great but they're show it. They want to see that you are. You know you've done some thought you took in some you've taken some consideration about what you want a. Major an in why this is important for you. So that's the short answer. I know that wasn't that short but that's the short answer about why building a brand is important and as you said, is some you know you think of it as a business thing or maybe you know a celebrity may think of it but it's important throughout whether you're in middle school and even when you graduate from. College. You want to establish your brand as being someone who is. Expert or Going to be an expert in. In your major or in a particular field. So that's why building plan important

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U.S. National Debt on Track to Surpass Size of Economy

WSJ What's News

04:40 min | 1 year ago

U.S. National Debt on Track to Surpass Size of Economy

"The US has spent trillions of dollars fighting the coronavirus pandemic. All of that spending is pushing the nation towards a new milestone next fiscal year the Congressional Budget Office. Says US government debt is expected to exceed the size of the economy for the first time since World War. Two K. Davidson covers economic policy for the Wall Street Journal Hi Kate thanks for joining me Hi emery. Thanks for having me. So put this in context for us the last time the national debt was this high was World War Two, very different times in our history but these periods actually have a lot in common when it comes to national debt. That's right. The debt has been rising this spring in part because policymakers have even said, they view this moment as as a battle as almost a war against US global pandemic, they've spent trillions to try to cushion the economy from the negative effects who has businesses have closed down. Millions of people are out of work. They've approved a ton of money to get people enhanced unemployment. Benefits stimulus checks, emergency loans, and then also, of course, things like vaccine research and aid for hospitals. So all of that is going towards fighting would they do as this threat that's on on par with what we experienced during wartime. So the vast majority of this spending was, as you say to combat the coronavirus, can you detail some of the largest expenditures under those efforts? So the the? Biggest factors were, yes. All these stimulus measures I would say in the big ones were the the stimulus checks that went out. Remember most Americans got a twelve hundred dollars per person checks and and five hundred dollars for dependent children that was several hundred billion dollars. Congress also devoted a ton of money to the paycheck protection program. Those are those emergency loans for small businesses. That was another huge component between two bills. It was over five, hundred, billion dollars I think about six, hundred, billion actually, and then the third one is enhanced unemployment benefits. Stra six hundred dollar weekly checks that people have been getting on top of regular unemployment benefits. Those of course expired at end of July so that spending is coming down a little bit but all of those were. Big, pieces of this overall efforts to help the economy right now. Now, Congress is still debating whether to provide additional stimulus relief. How does the nation's debt load now play into these discussions among lawmakers? Well, I think it's it seems to be an important. Although both sides will sort of point fingers over whether these concerns are genuine Republicans have cited rising debt certainly is a big concern. A reason to be cautious about borrowing more Democrats are saying you know we we need to borrow now to protect the economy and it's worth it to take on more debt. If you're making sure that you're protecting economic growth on because leaving millions of people out of work at they're losing their homes businesses or closing can have long term negative effects on the economy. So they're saying it's worth it right. Now, and some of them are also pointing out that you know Republicans approved a very large tax cut a couple years ago that has constrained revenues and definitely both sides have approved big spending increases in recent years. So there's plenty of blame to go around but I think right now most people in most economists are saying debt should not be the top concern. So some some Republicans have acknowledged even some in the administration are saying look we we can't afford this right now especially, because interest rates are so low and we should do more. Right, and you spoke to some economists who said that despite the big economic contraction in the second quarter, this could have been much worse without some of the fiscal support detailed. That's right and we can see that in the data there are some some groups that break this down they look at the contributions of federal spending to overall GDP and right there was a a big drop off in the second quarter but we saw that fiscal stimulus spending by the federal government actually contributed but had a very positive effect in in other words supported supported economic output and made sure that it wasn't even worse. So you know just because of the way that. GDP is calculated and that's that's fairly typical during a recession. We see governments come in and do it the question right now as well. How much more support is the economy really need and I, think some people are worried that there. We could see because of these debt concerns we could see a situation where what we saw after the last recession where some people argue Congress pulled back on this support to quickly they pulled back too soon and that just really slowed the recovery. So so some folks are saying look don't make that mistake this time around yes. Debt is very high but we we can afford it. There's still big demand for US

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The Economic Case for Electrifying Everything

The Energy Gang

06:17 min | 1 year ago

The Economic Case for Electrifying Everything

"So. Let's turn to our topics this week, and we'll start out with another report that has come out but this one is very different from some of the climate reports. We've been discussing a plan to create millions and millions of jobs by electrifying the economy and slashing emissions eighty, five percent. It's simple. It's elegant and the authors say it is totally doable. The authors are Saul Griffith. Sam College Alex Laskey you might know Saul Griffith we profiled him on a recent what it takes episode and he talked a little bit about how this the the origins of this plan came together and Alex Laskey is the CO founder of power and we profile. His Co founder Dan Yates on a recent what it takes as well. So they're part of a team called rewiring America, which is putting out a series of technical reports, mobilization plans for rapidly electrifying in decarbonising America, and putting a lot of people to work in the process. So there are two parts to this conversation was the actual modelling that goes into the plan, and the other is the economic benefit and jobs claims. So Melissa, let's look at the origins It doesn't start with emissions instead, it looks at decarbonisation the way an engineer might an engineer like yourself walk us through the basis of how they're modeling the decarbonised economy in this report. Is this interesting at you know I've been a model for fifteen plus years i. like modeling thing saying what happens with that? From a modeling approach. I mean frequently when we look at climate mitigation so how do we reduce emissions? We start with an emissions target or frequently in combination of emissions, targets, economic development targets, etc, and then we kind of back our we into what the mix of things could look like to meet that. So it's this top down approach or this perfect foresight. We know what's happening in the future and we back out from there in this report, they really looked at what machines and equipment are out there. What could we get out there and how quickly could we do it and they went from there? So they said, okay, what can we get online if we really double down on this and they broke it into a couple of stages stage one being ramp up production of technologies and Stage two being okay. Let's deploy these things as quickly as possible. So it was this bottom up, call it an engineer's dream because it gives me a lot of tech to play with and look at. But it really gives you the nitty gritty on how do we get this done? So, in this modeling, they mostly focus on electrification unpack how they do that yes. On the electrification side, they look at how do we beef up the supply side of things ahead we get all the power generation we need in line and I've got a lot of thoughts especially around their cost assumptions and what they think we can actually accomplish. Jigger I'm curious what you think about it as well but then on the demand side I mean they also say, okay, every car that gets sold when your targets taking off the road isn't electric one every bit of equipment in your house would replace there's no more combustion it's going to be electric I'm so it's it's essentially a near one, hundred percent replacement rate zero carbon technologies. As soon as you would naturally retire those things they do have a caveat in the report which is interesting of saying they're not forcing you to early retire. Anything, but it would help if you did. I like. I think this is fantastic. Right that it's exactly what we've been saying on the energy gang for seven years right which is that we have the technologies necessary to decarbonised and we have to deploy faster. I think that part of this that. Is still sort of not fitting exactly together for me is what are the forces around here that will make it happen i. You know I think that part of the reason I'm hopeful I had a long conversation with Alex about this, we had a good reconnection in these inspired me to figure out how to get involved with rewiring America but like is it. The when we think about for instance The planned obsolescence of natural gas utilities natural gas utility spent about seventeen billion dollars a year on distribution grids and other sort of Cap Bax. In the local level, you could imagine that they could spend that seventeen billion dollars making all these things come true. So whenever someone's gas boiler? goes out they could replace it with electrify everything solutions and they could actually just charge people thirty bucks a month or whatever for the next twenty years to recoup their their costs right. So there are ways to actually figure out how to do this. But I. Think it's critical for an a report like this to come out I and to say it's actually possible. The math actually works. Now, where's the political willpower to actually make this happen and there's some really interesting insights, a commodity report that I think many of us who've been steeped in this? No but for think the first time watcher is shocking. Right So the energy information, administration and many other sources really always compare solar and wind to primary energy. Right. So the way that the world works is you basically pull oil out of the ground ten percent of all of our energy in the United States and pretty much globally is used to bring this kind of stuff out of the ground and then. You say you know this is how many quads of energy we use as a society right and so of solar and wind come in at two percent of that energy. Then people say look how small it is. But in fact, when that energy actually goes to keep your beer cold as emery, Levin's would say. It loses about seventy percent of its energy through the process right in transporting the oil than like. How to put it into a refinery, converting it into useful fuels like gasoline and diesel. Then actually burning that fuel and you know and creating the electricity that then actually keeps your beer cold all the losses in there are eliminated when you go directly to electricity but in but we are constantly comparing ourselves to primary energy and so part of what this report shows is a week actually eliminate fifty percent of our entire primary energy usage just by electrifying everything right because you lose all those losses

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Some Conferences Are Determined: There Will Be College Football This Fall

All Things Considered

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Some Conferences Are Determined: There Will Be College Football This Fall

"There There will will be be college college football football this this fall. fall. Maybe Maybe that that is is the the message message this this week week from from some some top top football football schools schools and and conferences. conferences. It It comes comes after after two two powerhouse powerhouse conferences. conferences. The Big 10 in the Pac 12 announced they were canceling their full seasons because of the Corona virus. NPR's Greg Allen reports how colleges that are planning to play hope to protect the health of their athletes. Even many hard core college football fans are skeptical how Khun well over 100 people on a typical team training play without spreading the Corona virus, possibly shutting down the season this week, three of the top conferences, the SEC, the SEC and the Big 12 said their plans this fall to play and do so safely. John Thrasher is president of Florida State University, which is part of the Atlantic Coast Conference. And what we frankly want to send is a message to some of the other schools that may be teetering on whether or not to play football. We think it's a bit in the best interest of our student athletes. For us to play football. We could do it safely and we can do it productively for them for fans, athletes and the multi $1,000,000,000 sports entertainment complex built around college football things looked bleak Tuesday. Two major conferences, The Big 10 in the Pac 12 canceled their fall schedules because of the uncertainty and health risk surrounding the Corona virus. The announcement by the remaining three of the power five conferences that they would have a fall season came after athletes began a hashtag. We want to play movement on social media. At Florida State Wide receiver Keyshawn Helton says he believes training and playing with regular testing and medical protocols in place. Maybe safer than not playing. You talk about 18 or 22 year old Just quarantine at the house. That's unrealistic. There's really there's so many other things that you know God, I'm going to go do which is not safe. So being here with my team, and all of us together is the safest forth. The college conferences are pushing back the start of their seasons to give them extra time to get ready and perhaps learn from the experiences of other sports. Putting players inside a bubble like the N BA has done in Orlando isn't feasible for student athletes who live on campus and have to attend classes. University of Miami coach Manny Diaz believes college football can learn from the English soccer leagues, which resumed play in June. Without fans with so much at stake. He believes his athletes will be careful. They're aware that they've got to keep their bubble small. They understand the value of what a mask doesn't and who that protection If you're around people who don't have mass on, you've got to find another place to be, but with all that there's risk and going ahead with the college football season. One concern that was reportedly a factor in the decision of some conferences to postpone play is new information about a heart condition. My card is that has been linked to the Corona virus. It's an inflammation of the heart that can lead to long term problems. Announcing its decision to play the Big 12 conference, said any players who test positive for the Corona virus would receive an E K g echocardiogram, cardiac Emery and further heart tests before returning to play. Gabe Feldman, the director of the Sports Law program at Tulane University in New Orleans, says If the schools are transparent and take the right precautions he thinks they can play. Every school in the athletic department has to be very clear with all of their athletes. About what the risks are and what the unknowns are. And then the athletes have to have a choice. It's one thing to play. But can there be fans in the stadium? University of Florida athletic director Scott Strickland says he hopes so We want to be on a have fans, and we hope we're in a position to do that. But you see, this is the NFL season now starts earlier than ours, and A lot of NFL teams and still have a made determinations. Yet that could be the riskiest. Part of all some schools were opposing plans that would limit attendance to 25% of a stadium's capacity, which would still bring together a huge crowd of 20,000 or more cheering, screaming fans. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami

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Avoiding the Next Pandemic

The World Nomads Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Avoiding the Next Pandemic

"Hi It's filled with you. Thanks for tuning in from wherever you get your favorite pod. Now, Phil Corona Virus and has what we've come to learn zoonotic origins. Am I not correct? Correct. Okay. So that's essentially a disease or infection that he's naturally transmissible from animals to humans. So in this episode as mentioned, we'll touch on the dog and cat. Mate, Chiding Southeast Asia and the risks to public hills, and we'll also chat with the CO founder of a business helping companies create experiences for tribal is that a more responsible and sustainable when it comes to animals in communities? We're all for that outweighed every day in Cambodia Indonesia and Vietnam pet dogs and cats US stolen which played. Take the slaughterhouses and Marcus where that killed international charity. Full pools says the dog and cat make trade consists of similar practices that have led to the likely covid nineteen from that market in China and Saas from the similar live market in two thousand and three. Yeah we'll. We'll speak to matt from full polls shortly but first Helen is the CO founder of antimony deal. Then came mission is to protect animals in tourism with ninety percent of travelers preferring a travel company, the tykes animal. Welfare. seriously. We've been going through a couple of years doing as. Genuine I who's the direct we work in animal welfare charities and we working out the born free foundation and Zen basically they're. Doing now I'm I work partnerships to charities and fundraising and he's not. An animal wealth at biologist and he. Stay together when we worked he was very much. A waste of approach from travel businesses to help any issues with animals in tourism because Amb, he animal welfare guidelines Sautin. If you've seen them, they're on. The global guidelines for Animal Welfare and tourism, and it was written with episodes. So the Association of British tour braces travel agents and has been really forever been involved in the area. So we set in the business of a couple of years ago, and we work with travel businesses around the world so that Struggle Associations Chore Rages, Nine Whatever It might be a. Guide on anything related to animals and. Communities in tourism. Alpha names linked. It can be anything like, for example, looking through product selections and helping them with So making sure that they choose experiences that are more responsible and sustainable when it comes to animals and communities rather than what you would know there's a lot of challenges where the Asian elephant camps, for example, huge issue. And I'll see fans in dolphins especially on black ish says, old is kind of big issues animals in tourism ignored he animals for examples in strays and? What we do raise we travel businesses Mokattam on product selection. Policy and Strategy Forum Animal Welfare and Tourism Sites says Paul Authentic, responsible tourism none date, we would focus on the animal side of it, and then alongside got say we growing network of charity? An amicable them that animal protection that. So that charity colonists around the world the Kiwi throw ready trusted. To, try and solve some of the biggest problems venables in tourism in their remits they might be tiny tiny charities and emery at helps us cover the protection of key species around the globe saying he just says more than one. Globe in key destinations and a nine where we're able then to match these charities businesses that we were at grass just most people. Especially in the Ol- bits way moving with will not travel companies. You do paypal lot convinced we WANNA do the right thing by animals. So that just wanted to be told is this something that I can do or not. Is. What old flip. Great always upset if. We work on a project that's bringing travel companies together attract she cool Guy elephant camps, one project which. In Asia because actually a lot of them are really just trying to do the right thing they really not sure what special for the elephants and the local people that are running them, and we created that problem is Western as going in and saying Oh. Let's you know China's into a holiday experience make knows of money, but it was very expensive. So now. It's In an elephant camp as. Many things. Black and white is not like a gray This you know few e can be in contact with an elephant no no. With the negatives rollover and they can kill you in a moment even area and there's all sorts of things that we don't know about as you rightly say travel businesses just when I was supporting them with that ray you're

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"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Sherry. On the this has been educational to say the least it's it's been very educational. Again, if anybody needs insurance insurance doesn't know where to begin with insurance She sounds like a very knowledgeable person that can help you Sherry. If anyone wants to set up a one to one, you WANNA, give us some contact information phone number website email if you have any of that. So call me at six, three, six, two, one, two, one, five, nine, zero or you can email me at. Sherri Roberts S. H. A.. R. I. R. O. B. E. R. T. S. insurance at gmail.com. And do you have a website at all or I'm not sure who your? Love. Now. Okay. What's your facebook? Information is a facebook dot com slash. Oh, you would ask me that that's terrible I. Don't know it's Shiri emory Roberts. You look young finally that's okay. You do ensure social media. Up IT I. Have a section where you can have that information I'll I'll get a free. Sherry is there anything else you want to add to this before we close out? I just appreciate the opportunity now. People have questions you know happy to help or answer just to keep them calm. Sometimes, people want to even look at the policy they've got at work, and as best APN I'll look at that and let you know what you have. It's amazing. How many people don't even realize what they have so happy to do that and obviously for. You guys that just want to reiterate it's it's been a crazy twenty twenty. There's a lot going on A lot going on a lot and. I think insurances just not at the top of the list for most people and they a lot of trying to figure out income goals and rearrange their finances being able to put food on the table. But this is one of those conversations that you just have to have eventually, and we want you to know that share is here to help. She's here to give you information. Now is the time to consider to look at what's coverage because I'm gonNA. Say it again, you just don't know what's going to happen until it happens and nine times out of ten. It's just too late yet. Very important that you take some time and talk to your insurance agent and Sherry can help with that. So sharing. Roberts. Thank you so much for being on like I said educational. And you don't have anything I'm going to close out. All right. Sounds good. Day. Thank you. You're welcome..

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"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"So Sherry cove is going around doing a lot of virtual zoom a lot of things like that. How I mean I know I know most insurance agents when they policies and whatnot they go to people's houses for deeper reporting relationship building. But now with Cova I mean, how do you do that? Can you do a thing over the phone or assume or? All the above and fortunately, I loved to talk on the phone. So it's never been an issue. So it hung I've been able to. kind of quickly Ga-, you know have that require with people, which is Great So I'm going to say, yes, would love to be with them and in front of them because I I don't know it just is nice. It's more personal. but I also got people's concerns and so I have both sides. So either way I'll do it but a zoom or we can just do it over the holiday. When I just wrote I mean we were texting and we were calling and they send it know the application to them on by email, and then they can initialing it out and I do most of it. So it's pre pre populated, which is nice for them, and then really pretty much I like them to review it read everything and then sign so pretty easy. Yeah. Pretty easy process it's thyssen nobody would virtually Yes. The world has been turned upside down and we're all adapting to you know policies and procedures. For. Sure I sure and I think it's been I noticed like. Under sixty five most everyone. Has just done it by phone but. Over. Sixty five billion to get together and so that's kind of hard. Wrong because some of the places I go to they won't even let me in so and I understand their. Own the health concerns I get it. I want to point out that really important that you you context regarding any insurance need. To, get to know you and you're not going to let some stranger, write a policy for your the phone writes. The more that that gets no you the better it is. So don't be afraid to reach out to set up a one to one or just a call for thirty minutes overtime and just learn more about her because in the running things are.

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"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"There is kind of that sweet spot there on it can be a really good fit for them to. Yeah. So guys if you're listening obviously I know for me when I when I see the button, get a quote I just think of a number of I'm starting to think about all the things you're talking about in it really is more than a quote so I can appreciate the work that you do for your clients and your customers, customers and potential people. So it's really cool to see what you do in how you care because there is there's an insurance agent on every corner, right? So you separate yourself from the competition and this is how you do it and it's really Kinda cool. Because, you won't be the. Last. Insurance agent. That we deal now. I just don't lookit Don't really think about the competition because I don't look at it. That way I jus-. Go you know whoever you know they? If they call me or we happen to meter somebody refers them to me I just. I just go for and I just work for them. You know. You're there for that and that's that's that yeah, that's it. It's awesome. Sherry talk to him about seniors can you cover them? Can you help them? What can you do from? Yes, my favorite. Love Helping Seniors a lot of times because I just like I just had a call today ladies in her eighties and they're telling her that she won't be able to keep her supplement F. Plan, which is the best out there And I'm like Oh my Gosh No, you know I don't know what they're trying to do probably trying to sell her something different makes more commission, which frustrates me but if before January first twenty, twenty starting January first twenty twenty, the F. play is not available to anyone turning sixty five but prior to that still available still going strong might be get a little more expensive. We'll see but it is a really good plan. So you know that's where I. Get frustrated when people are told the wrong information. It's so yes definitely I'd and people ask me do you like a supplement like Medicare, advantage plan you know it really depends on the person and it's not about me. It's about what's best for now so if they're traveling, they're big travelers. you know then supplement might be a good fit. You know because then they can use it anywhere. and then there's the advantage plans are really they've come a long way. I think their their rate option to But again, we have to figure out what's best for them, and of course, I have to go out and run the numbers of re find out their doctors mean most seniors those doctors, and they've ever poor with them and they don't WanNa change and. So I WANNA, make sure their doctors in their network run their prescriptions make sure they're getting the best You know plan that is going to cover those prescriptions in the best way. So. No. Until you know right right and it can be really confusing for them so I just like sit down and draw like here's how much it will cost you. If you do a supplement and I try to do the one year plan five years what that looks like a show him, what an advantage plan would look like and what that cost would be you know, and it's always the S, and of course, we can never plan totally for all the what S. But we do our best and and then just figuring out what works for them some people You know if they've had cancer, a supplement might be a really good fit for them because they could occur that again and they're gonNA pay that over time versus.

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"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Them and then also if they're on prescriptions earth, they have pre existing conditions. All of those things are really going to make a difference where we're GonNa Bell you know depending on if they do have pre existing or some of those things..

"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Show regarding insurance So for all you people that are thinking about buying insurance, don't really know where to begin. This is going to be the person you're GONNA WANNA talk to so. Like my special guest today at Sherri Sherri around. AM here. Awesome. Sherri. How are you today? I'm good. How are you doing? Okay it's a beautiful day in the sun is out shining. Mason high. Yes it's warmed up a little bit. Yeah. Actually like it. So no complaints here you go. We've had twenty twenty There's been a lot going on. But I. Ask you some questions. Let's start with the basics tongue. About Yourself Sherry..

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The state of Alzheimer Disease in America

Second Opinion

03:37 min | 1 year ago

The state of Alzheimer Disease in America

"Is sixty five and her daughter just moved in to help care for her Jan is forgetful emotional. She can't concentrate. She's lost her sense of direction and she can no longer be independent. There are several causes of dementia but the most common is Alzheimer's disease which affects six, million Americans sixty, five and older and a significant group of people under the age of sixty five. And as our population ages, the number of people with Alzheimer's dementia is growing larger each year there is a high likelihood that Jan has Alzheimer's type dementia because her sister and her mother also have it. Doctors do have some tools to diagnose Alzheimer's disease, the most commonly used or brief oral cognitive tests to test memory and logic. These are the sorts of tests. President trump probably took where one of the items ask people to remember five objects at fifteen minutes. These tests do a pretty good job of separating those with frank dementia from those with normal thinking but they. Don't help separate out people with mild cognitive impairment from those with normal cognition. Doctors can also use imaging studies like pet scans, spinal taps, or emery scans with more accurate but are expensive invasive, and not always available will report this week published in Jama suggests a new simple blood test may be accurate inexpensive and may soon be widely available according to the study the. New Test promises to be able to detect the disease decades before memory problems begin but the problem is that testing for disease for which there is no or only very poor treatments raise some important ethical issues. It would be one thing if patients could start treatment early or even take a medicine to prevent the disease, but this is not the case yet we have. Several prescription drugs and some over the counter supplements. But the very best they can offer is a slight slowing disease progression and even that is of questionable significance to patients. So the value of a test that identifies a condition early, that is before the onset of symptoms comes in allowing patients who wished to know whether they will develop this disease to plan their lives accordingly. They might make very different life choices. If they know, their final years will be impacted by Alzheimer's disease. The test also has the potential of helping doctors differentiate dementia caused by Alzheimer's from other types of dementia and medical conditions, which may be more amenable to effective treatments. and New drugs do come along which are promising. The test will also help researchers identify those people likely to develop the disease so that the drugs intended to prevent or treat the disease can be studied early in the course of the illness this new test is unlikely to make any difference to Jan but her daughter's already thinking about whether she wants a blood test that can tell her what may be in her

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"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

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"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

"Yeah Man. I love it. It's great you the whole album like that yeah. I love that concept. There is a This is one of my watch errands. Actually I think. Who Even My. Are Recap of the decade at the end of last year where we kind of brought. Me Was I. don't know who is like of the decade, but we did a recap show where we said here's our. Top Five favourite discoveries from the last year. Yeah, and I brought a math rock band very similar to them called to-. Right. Yeah, and then you know. When I discovered that band toe last year, I also stumbled upon a band called the Jim that you should look up q because they're also very similar. I love this stuff I mean we talk about. I think by my what you heard from last week was was mercury program so? Right same yeah, so even side of the coin like same same flavor. You Know Math Rock instrumental complicated tracks. All right did what you've been hurting lately. I man. So Where else are you going to hear emo? Some Japanese math rock. And then some chip tunes all the same home episode. You're going to hear it right here. No findlay here annual healer. Corey it should. Also got some cheese from the songs. Villain out here. Anyway. I am I am bringing a tune? From one of my favorite shipton artists of all time. Talking about? Disaster Apiece. Oh Yeah. I mean when I think of chip tuned music I. Think if disaster yes. He feel like he's in a League of his own. I listen to quite a bit of video game. He was in that movie. Say What? He was in that movie. Lake if their own Anatomic My apologies should for that. I'm really sorry about that. So this guy. His name is Richard, freeland. Freeland Freeland, but he goes by disaster, peace and up until recently. He's done a lot of video game stuff. In two thousand fifteen, he did the score to the horror movie. It follows so if you're familiar with. Horror Movies and he saw that movie Then you're familiar with his music, but I went back and listen to some of his early stuff, so he's been doing this since around two thousand and four same time that that that emery took the scene and probably a little bit before that. So my first album, there of his that I heard and I I believe it had a post on a nudist. Yes, for rise of the OBSIDIAN interstellar secure. You might have been the one that introduced me to him. With that post that yeah I WANNA. Say He I. Don't know if he reached out to me or are you serious but I i. don't know if it was. It was probably a PR appeal. That's cool that that our introduction has actually through our because of our music blog. We ran back in the day. It absolutely was. That's awesome. Well Anyway. If you go a little bit further than that record cue which came out in two thousand thirteen. Yeah, I didn't even know. There's anything before that There's a a record that he put out. was kind of like a concept record called eight byte in the warring nations. Came in two thousand six. It is a there isn't a call it a concept album. It sounds like video game scores as most shipton music does right, but it's not tied to an actual video game. It's of like this made up story that he came up with. About. These two warring nations. The plaid nation and the argyle nation. So here's his little right up. He's got a little right up here. He says here in an age that is not our own. A young boy lives a life of peace amongst the brethren in quaint neutral town. Little. Does he know that tragedy has already struck as he sleeps Yadda? Yadda Yadda and he says here. Beyond the gates of this humble life exists to mighty civilizations flying under opposite flags. They are dueling for the ultimate power. The means to em- place the order that they so choose. Eight bide. We'll have to make a decision. Will they choose plaid or Argyle? What. Will you, which will you choose press start? So they go. I like to paint pictures before I play my tunes as you now. So, this track here is. Really really cool really well. It's. You know there's lots of. Eight bit chip tune artists. They're a dime a dozen these days, but his compositions are exceptional, so we're GONNA listen to track number four. It's called neutral town occupation, the stealthy midnight away..

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"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

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"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

"All right so. Was that your voice cracking now Unfortunately. They Guy Listen to the song enough times this last week leading up to this moment that You lost it I'm didn't get you in the fields into it. But it's that last few. agonizing exclamations from from the singer at the end where he's just screaming the word you over and over again, saying dad, whoever this person He. Turns out. We're learning a lot about the song. Based on this one man's interpretation of it, it could be something completely different than what I perhaps thought it was about. Yeah so genius dot COM had genius dot com people like to put their interpretation. Admit your own enter of lyrics. And I know that this. Let's just let's just open up. The Pandora's must do it. This band is a Christian band. Yes tooth and nail is a Christian resume Christian record label, but the the thing about it is. If you? It's not straight up worship. Yeah, it is not worship music. If you're not paying attention, you would know because I had no idea. This emery was a Christian band tooth and Nail Kinda makes sense. Charito words that diminish the now, but I didn't realize that this was a Christian Bank. So when you, when you know that you can maybe interpret the lyrics in a completely different way he I mean he does say. God helped me at the you know toward the end, but I mean come on. But yeah so. I I. Don't know what this is about this. Especially, the line right here. These broken animals useless as they are yeah, and then he just repeats a couple times a is he talking about man? Is Man the broken animal? Well let's see what so here's one person's Interpretation. They say the song is about trying to stay strong as Christian men with all the sexual immorality that is around and trying not to get roped into doing such acts. And that's a toughie did and yeah. Maybe maybe we're all broken animals sure. But I mean I gotta say and if the song is like a his. Abstinence preaching song. Talk you know I, don't know. If I can get behind. Inside this vacant made up plastic life. Only your heart survived for one last cry. Man Who? Let's. Decide. It's about the the way that they approach. There's a lot of great harmonizing right. Great harmonizing and I think that. They! Really they do a great job with the. Coming in and out of. loud and soft quiet parts right? They do that really really well sure. They do that a lot where it where. They have two singers, and they're both singing. Different Things Donald, Y, you play because at this. The part that I just talked about those lyrics. These broken animals uses the are. That part illustrates perfectly so if you don't mind Q.. Q. That part of me see if I can let me see if I can.

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"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"emery" Discussed on Pantheon

"Q. I WANNA know. How many people do you think? Just dropped off. They heard that they're screaming in the beginning that of our clip and they said about. This. Guaranteed well, not we lost him. I if they did then this. Isn't for them anyways and I'm glad that they love it. Okay, because this would be torture otherwise, but I hope that we. If, you did stick around and you're on the fence about. Bands that the you scream like that. Maybe we'll turn it around on it. Now with that being said. I don't seek this music out. I didn't listen to donate heavily. But there was a time q where this album was. The Shit. And that was back when we were in high school. And this is our our continued look. At some of these bands that were. There were similar similar was other words. were, seminal. There were that were that were pivotal to us to to our developing years to our high school years. And this record rebound. Do it eventually. And this this band is emery. And the album is the week's end came in two, thousand and four. That of course was the song walls that played us if you if you remember emery from back in the day, you probably remember the music video for this song. It was nutty, basically just like a bunch of preppy college guys through on their music. Year round and screaming. Yeah well, let me let me say something about about. The the preppy look to these yeah. So I'm trying to think it must have been two thousand three like it must've been you that. This came out that we discover these so. This was when I was first. Dipping my toes in the. World And I feel like I must've the time. Associated this music with certain type of look. You know what I mean. Like I guess Black, fingernails. Super. The long straightens black hair, and you know maybe even some eyeliner, right? Here off the hair you know usually covers. At least one of the is right like a punk. Look you know and I was not into that at the time, so when I saw these dudes and we'll post a link to the music video in our show nuts minnesota. These guys look in. You know like normalized dudes with looking looking respectable. Yeah, collared shirts, sweaters over the top Some clean-shaven and you know nice look dudes. I don't know that that may have been something. That also drew me ass to disband. They have they have an interesting dynamic to him in mobile. We'll. We'll hear all that as we as gone here, but. Yeah, they you know as I professed earlier. It's not like I'm well-versed in. Email music yet I mean like I. Almost never really really gave it a shot a fair shot. Unless. We're talking about bands like Jimmy World rate which leader learned fell under the the Mo umbrella which I didn't realize I did yeah. I didn't know that that Jimmy. Eat World that that kind of music was considered. EMO I didn't realize that it was such a broad category, but but it was more about the lyrics right like the stories that were told. That's what makes it easy. Yeah, but but I was associated ema with more the kind of screaming that we just heard in that intro. Right me, too, so yeah, anyway that being said if you're somebody out there, listening right now. WHO's considers herself a huge emo music fan. You might listen to this and be like, but yeah, this is this is like. This basic stuff. This is like the sounds like every other. Email sounds like generic email. You know you should really listen to this banner. That band tell us what we Tell us what we're missing out on. Point us in the direction of a of a better a better email band, because honestly I just haven't haven't really dove into that much aside from this record I. Don't think I'd go back and listen to any other bands from that era. That really do the whole screaming thing. Yeah and Travis when you showed me. almost and that you show me that with the album called repetitions. UNWOUND! Yeah when you show me them like it's kind of like how how you are. When when you you hear a band that you really like you're always like all right more of that, please if I can find more of that, I would love to hear it if I could find if someone could point me in the direction of another ema band that is in this vein. Please do because Yeah I. Think we mentioned this last week this album the week's end by amory is not an album that I just revisit simply for an Algebra it is up there for me as as one of my favorite albums of all time. Yeah, and as will as will here. It's mostly because of how effective they are at. At the the emotion. I mean I hate to use that. Word because email band. No, but but this is. A perfect example of that and they have a really interesting dynamic between the two main singers as well. There's very out lean clean vocals and very screaming more dirty vocals. If you will bit more harsh folks, it's mostly the clean vocals that that that dominate. But? Yeah makes an interesting because when when that guy does scream the way that he does feel like it's more impactful because it's used sparingly right. Well, let's just go man. Let's get into. We're doing nothing but tunes today man, no has no history lessons. No history lessons like we said. These guys are on Tooth and nail records, and we're going to spend some time with tooth and nail over the next couple the next. Yeah, for some reasons, this is a record label that we spend a lot of time. With a lot of the bands we listened to back in the day was tooth and nail so? just the first very first. Stop on our bus tour of. Of Tooth and nail on the bus now for weeks cue. Reminiscent did to music from our school days and original Doodo Regis in the bus like doing donuts in the school parking lot. Is there a destination? No, NO DUDE! I reckon bus stops to every every ban. Every album is a stop on the bus tour and we when we get there, we we, we get out and we fuck in depending on the band. You know so when we get out on this on the Stop Right here, Q. You're going to have your. Your Dobie Haircut. You had Ryan.

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Your Delivery Habit Isn't Helping

Slate's If Then

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Your Delivery Habit Isn't Helping

"Is essentially the idea of buying and selling an asset at the exact same time for a risk free profit. Magic Gold emery trader in the world seeks out clearly if you can buy a pizza from Dornoch for sixteen dollars and sell it and get paid twenty four dollars, you would make eight dollars with no will so adamant. Ranjan decided to try what they called pizza arbitrage. Adam ordered ten pizzas from door dash for one hundred sixty dollars, the price that was listed on door dash door dash called his restaurant and place the order. Twenty minutes later, a driver showed up with door, dashes money and paid two hundred forty dollars the actual price. It worked Adam instantly made an eight dollar profit breach pizza. But Ranjan didn't WANNA. Stop the experiment there. The ingredients costume, six or seven dollars so reality. You're not making a clean eight dollar profit, but then even suggest. Maybe we just put in Doe. Instead of all the actual ingredients because doe. Basically cost nothing. Then, we tried another order and just boxes full of do.

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Nanny Charged With Child Abuse After Allegedly Drugging Two-Year-Old In Severn

Larry O'Connor

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Nanny Charged With Child Abuse After Allegedly Drugging Two-Year-Old In Severn

"And then the N. Anna Rundle county facing charges of drugging a toddler it appeared that it was some sort of Benadryl and histamine type of drug that was administered the mom watching the home video noticing the nanny giving her two year old pills that her two year old sleeping for hours Markle Manske within around a police says Shannon Emery is now facing reckless endangerment and child abuse charges and warm so you know certainly careful reading of of the people that you hire to be within your home you know but you know you you take all the steps and you still could have somebody who has ill intent the Manske says the two year old is okay and under a

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Washington, D.C.: Nanny Drugged Toddler To Force Nap Time

Larry O'Connor

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, D.C.: Nanny Drugged Toddler To Force Nap Time

"On anti at Anna Rundle county facing charges of drugging a toddler in her care it appeared that it was some sort of Benadryl and histamine type of drug that was administered the mom watching the home video noticing the nanny giving her two year old pills and her two year old sleeping for hours Markle Manske with Enron to please those Shannon Emery is now facing reckless endangerment and child abuse charges and warrants for you know certainly careful reading of of the people that you hire to be within your home you know but you know you you take all the steps in the store could have somebody who has ill intent Manske says the two year old is okay and under a doctor's care

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"emery" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"emery" Discussed on KCRW

"And Emery lawyers passionately working to help clients tackle their biggest challenges today in pursuit of their boldest vision of tomorrow more at M. W. E. dot com from Washington DC today I'm David Brancaccio economic growth in key regions around the world has been slowing and a new report today also predicts that growth in some of the biggest U. S. cities is set to slow in the new year but not in all cities as market place's novus awful reports business forecaster Oxford economics as the key to a city success is its mix of growing industries plus it's cost of living and quality of life the group predicts San Francisco will fare best among US cities thanks to its strength and the tech sector Matthew mole authored the report it has exposure to the industries that we expect the outperform going for so Oxford so San Francisco's economy will grow about two and a half percent a year although it's burdened by a high cost of living which could slow down growth in the future Chicago is projected growth is slow est at one and a half percent it's disappointing but not shocking for Chicago Lawrence missile as head of the civic federation a Chicago government watchdog group he points to mounting pension debt and uncertainty over future tax policy because of our failure to pay our bills did not sense are shying away from a dusting also Chicago's population is declining and manufacturing sector is slowing I'm nervous awful for market place you may have been fooled into picking up the phone when the caller ID had a number close to yours or your number itself and was it a scammer this is just one of the kinds of Wrobel calls the government is about to crack down upon Congress has passed the bill and it's headed to president trump for signature market place's Merial cigar reports scammers can call you from anywhere in the world and make it look like they're calling from a local number it's called spoofing Maureen Mahoney at Consumer Reports says this bill would require phone companies to use technology that'll make it easier to tell in real time if this is happening whether or not the caller has employed an incorrect number into the caller ID to evade detection or you know trick consumers into picking up the phone so this will really help phone companies be able to identify unstoppable called before they reach the consumer he says the government would give phone companies time to get the technology up and running Margot Saunders is senior counsel at the national consumer law center the bill also here's who handle please yeah he can charge double colors when they find they violated the law but those penalties can be hard to enforce especially when the scammers are in other countries I'm Merrill Segarra for market place let's check markets we had record high for the S. and P. five hundred on Friday but today what some readers a kind of holiday lethargy is beginning to set in the dax stock index in Germany is down to ten percent for the in London up.

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Strong Hiring Fuels Economic Expansion

WSJ What's News

03:50 min | 2 years ago

Strong Hiring Fuels Economic Expansion

"The economy added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs the fastest pace since January and the unemployment rate fell to three point five percent a fifty year low. The latest report comes ahead of next week's Federal Reserve meeting joining me now from Washington is Wall Street Journal reporter Sara Cheney so Sarah. There was a lot to be happy about in this report and it's helping to ease some ongoing concerns about the broader health of the US economy. This report was certainly a strong one so we saw that Kanawha farm payrolls grew by two hundred sixty six thousand in November and the three month average through November was was also stronger than earlier in the year. So it's a sign that employers have demand for workers and their in hiring mode and this should ease any any concerns that traders investors economists had earlier in the year about a potential recession. Let's talk about wage growth. This is an area that that hasn't been bad per se but it has had some concern about why we're not seeing a bigger pickup in earnings. What can you tell us yeah? It's been somewhat of a puzzle so oh wage growth was picking up for a while and it peaked. In February at three point four percent from a year earlier since then it's it's been stabilizing and it has economist kind of scratching their chins wondering what's going on. We would think that in a tight. Labor market when employers are competing for scarce supply of workers that they would have to raise wages more than they are so something else we've been looking at. Is this Labor birth force participation rate That's the number of Americans who are working or seeking work and we saw that rate ease a bit in November. What's behind that? And what does that tell us. So the headline rate eased a bit in November. And that is you know represents the share of Americans each each sixteen over working or seeking work and that rate has been surprisingly resilient in recent years because a lot of economists missed projected that the aging of the population would mean that there would be a bunch of baby boomers who left the labor force and dragged down the labor force participation participation rates. So the fact that it's been pretty steady is actually a generally positive sign for the economy. We often times look at the. What's called the Prime Age labor force participation rate which is the participation rate for those who are twenty five to fifty four years old and end that has over the past several months? been really strong so we are looking ahead to next week's Federal Reserve meeting that will be the final one of the year. How does today's jobs reports reports set us up for that meeting? The Federal Reserve has cut interest rates. Three times this year and that was to kind of cushion the economy me against the global slowdown and faltering manufacturing and in business investments but since then the central banking taking officials have signaled that they'll likely pas any interest rate cuts unless there's any signs of more significant or a significant deterioration nation in the US economy given that the November jobs report was pretty robust overall. Just you know one or two soft spots this likely weekly reassures federal officials that they can just can wait and see whether the economic data starts telling them something more negative right and I guess the big question now is when the Fed will make its next Move Wall Street Journal. Reporter Sara Cheney joining me from Washington with the latest on the jobs report. Sarah thank you so much. Thank you emery.

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"emery" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"emery" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Inside out wake up to letting go of all the old hurts and pains wakeup to forgiveness forgiving yourself and forgiving others to see set you free wake up to paying attention to every thought you have is it negative or positive wakeup to letting go the negative self defeating thoughts we all need reminding of all these wakeup terms until it is in our sub conscious mind and embedded in your heart it wake up to being in total alignment with your mind and heart than Yin and the Yang we have a wonderful guest this evening and Dr Kevin Ross emery this is the first part of a two part conversation with Dr Kevin Dr Kevin Ross emery is sought after leader Innovator Author Teachers Synergistic Catalysts Speaker and an expert in the ADHD field he has worked with such companies Has American Express Dartmouth College Hilton and the Sheridan in the eighties he was a driving force for the.

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Michigan State authorizes independent Larry Nassar investigation

Warren Pierce

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Michigan State authorizes independent Larry Nassar investigation

"Michigan state has approved an independent investigation how the university handled the Larry Nassar scandal. The board of trustees says the report will be made public. The board voted to hire the law firm McDermott will and Emery to conduct the investigation. The firm will also assess how MSU now handles sexual assault claims on campus. Many Nassar survivors have called for such an

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Unai Emery has brought the feel-good factor back to Arsenal

ESPN FC

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Unai Emery has brought the feel-good factor back to Arsenal

"Do think Niamey has made us no better team this season question. Mark also your alleges. This is from Danielle. I'm rehabs might offs to bet saying this year by some fantastic into the better against the top side be mentioned United. We saw them beat them the very well Wimbley gets as well. They played well against Liverpool that the Ritz. So I think there are better say against the big size. They've still got one or two defensive issues. But I'm sure I am with a couple of transfer windows will get better plays in that line. I think he's done a very very good job. I thought it almost impossible for anybody coming in awesome after Bangor because he might such a mess of the club in the last few years. So we'll find out. Robo actually on Twitter with the recap. Question star smokescreen. Yeah. Anyway, that they go to the point. Smokescreen star.

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