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"emma journalist" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on Throughline

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota millions of American businesses are using Google tools to grow online the grow with Google initiative support small businesses by providing free digital skills workshops and one on one coaching in all fifty states helping businesses get online connect with new customers and work more productively learn more at Google dot com slash grow. You Might Know Nick. Kroll from his. Very Raunchy animated show on Netflix big mouth. Are you the Puberty Ferry Hubert? Very Hormone Monster. I'm not a fairy well now. He's starring as a romantic lead in a movie set the Olympics actor and comedian. Nick Kroll next time on. It's been a minute from NPR a warning that today's episode features some graphic descriptions of violence near the top and the bottom of this first half. There's no violence after the break. If you WANNA avoid it altogether let's begin We have covered brexit backwards and forwards. On today explained we've talked about trade and immigration an ideology and it's all been sort of abstract very political but on the show today our reporter. Naughton Hassenfeld is going to take us to a place where you can actually see what brexit might do with your own eyes. Yeah and In the interest of minimizing my carbon footprint. I got someone closer to go for me. My name is Leona and Emma journalist from Northern Ireland Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom but it shares a border with the independent country of Ireland to the south. I am on. The border between Northern Ireland and southern Ireland is just signed dairy. It's a very very very busy ruled of pulled to the side of the road here. There's literally hundreds of cars going up and down. Pass me here right now. Since both the United Kingdom and Ireland are in the European Union. That border is barely noticeable. But after tonight while the country of Ireland will still be in the EU things. Start to get complicated at the border brags that has posed particularly difficult and genetic problem for US rex. It could bring checkpoints police the military. But that's nothing new for this border. When you say the border the Northern Irish border people think They Hark back to those days when they're a huge bank military installations where the British army would be there you know their checkpoints and stuff I got. There is nothing like that night at the moment as something. That's kind of forgotten a bite almost as an invisible border when I was growing up Here beside the border you know you. It approaches the border huge military installations corrugated iron walls heavily fortified full of soldiers. Armed soldiers. So sometimes your car will be pulled on. Everybody would be taken out of the car. The car would be searched for guns and ammunition and all that kind of stuff these military installations were shot. They were bombed. You're almost taking your life in your hands stopping them. When you re possums particularly was children on the car it was quite a terrifying experience this peaceful spot where Leona is sitting right now. Thirty years ago it was a living nightmare and nineteen ninety. Potsy Glaspie was a young father the IRA the Irish. Republican Army were targetting particle because he worked in a British army station here and there. They held his wife and his children hostage Told Patsy to get on his van and drive to the British Army station here. The checkpoint on Quinn said. He didn't do that that they should has. Wife and his children this is patsies wife Kathleen. He was chained to the driver seat and the steering wheel of that is loaded with twelve hundred pounds of explosives and he was made to drive the van to the army. Checkpoint Gosh Kwan Tamed. To shut a warning and I was told by one of the soldiers Zhifei that they had run boys. I'm loaded run and Bomb was detonated by remote control and Patsy was blown to pieces. What five soldiers patsy was actually identified by a pace of grace? Zip attached tip piece of the woollen Cardigan under the flesh to this day. Kathleen Remembers Patsy on the border. I'm sitting here actually across the road from the memorial pats. Kathleen leaves floors. I can see them sitting here. She leaves flowers every every week there for her patsy. Brexit isn't just bringing these memories back it actually might disrupt this hard-fought piece. I know from speaking to desert and Republicans in the past that should anti structure go up on the border. Anna can of a sign that says this is the border they will blow it up anyone who puts the life of a customs officer at risk. They will need police protection. The police are then become a target as well as customs officer after our tax on them. The army might be brought back to protect the police. Protect the customs officer and then we're back in the nineteen seventies nineteen eighties Northern Ireland. We have a very delicate peace hero. Northern Ireland anything could just put it over the edge. Peace in Northern Ireland isn't just delicate. It took decades of civilian uprisings military crackdowns and brutal terrorist campaigns to reach this point. Thousands of people died in the process and the peace deal that created. This invisible. Border was an almost impossible. Balancing Act Ireland was part of the British Empire until the beginning of the twentieth century. And this was not a situation which was desired by the majority of people in Ireland. Susan McKay is an author journalist from Londonderry in Northern Ireland. People they're often call it dairy. There was a smaller. Protestant minority concentrated in the northeast of Ireland. Which did not want to be part of a united Ireland so in one thousand nine twenty one. Ireland was partitioned. The South was independent. While the north remained part of the United Kingdom a border was put across the country. And it's an extraordinary border. Zigzag all over the place that cuts off one county donegal practically from the rest of the Republic of Ireland. It divides villages divides hoses. It divides people's farms. This has been denied a small rather old fashioned town and concentrate on one of the six northeastern counties of Ireland which are headed under British rule. The situation the north was that the unionists who were those who were loyal to Britain. Set up the northern station. Such a way that Catholics and nationalists could really have no par. Ku's third of the people of this little town are nationally. That is to say. They are in favor of unity with the rest of Ireland and against being feed as part of one-third unionist which means favouring British rule and the partition of Ireland. But the tone is controlled by the unionist minority and run shortly in there. So the upshot of this gerrymandering is that was called. Was that the. Catholic population lived in extremely disadvantaged circumstances in crowded areas. They didn't of power. Their unemployment was very high and they were extremely unhappy about the state in the nineteen sixties. Things changed with the advent of television and with the advent of second level education for larger numbers of people the Civil Rights Movement Rosa Hosing issues and employment issues and it was met by the northern state with a very violent response civil rights protests against alleged discriminations were dotted at first as no more than a nuisance but as they continued and became more insistent and extreme petrol-bomb ominously replaced stones the main weapons. This was the beginning of what people call the troubles nationalists and Republicans fighting against unionists loyalists or British troops and regular people caught in the middle into the middle of that scenario the IRA the Irish Republican Army begun to build up forces that was very much accelerated in January nineteen seventy-two and bloody Sunday occurred and that was a notorious massacre of innocent civil rights marchers by a British regiment called the paratroopers..

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"emma journalist" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Podcast. This is your unveiling people know that people know Yup. That's it first of all Titi on so this is I should have chosen an easier name. at no one can you too. Tonya Tonya because she's named after the Queen of the fairies in midsummer night's dream. How your real name? My real name Andrew Oil. Do you have an issue with people. Now now knowing that Tatiana or Tanya tetons yeah she's totally eclipsed me. I'm basing alive have anymore. It's all about her. Well I can't remember how I found out about you on twitter but just laughing really hard at something that you wrote. That was so close. Close you you do such a good job of like blurring the line between outrageously woke and satire. Yet it's that thing of trying to do our Shaw. WHO's the girl Tronto there? Okay yeah so the goal is a COMPASSI afford different women. Well that's good put together because I was worried about you know what I'm going to get sued for sure yeah yeah so it's not real human. Medical Intersectional Selfless and brave by my work but it was healer but also I love that. She's deadpan because it means that she saw every time I post them. It's like there's this Po faced woman staring at you daring you. Yes don't you dare challenge me. She can be mean in a way that I'm not so that's kind of funny. You end up inhabiting this character. Who just isn't like you and I do? I do end up thinking like I even even dreamt as her and that that sounds like a lie but I have so. That's pretty scary. I I have you know she'll have to go eventually because like I can't do it without kind of psychosis isn't it. Well she's so. Oh big now you have four hundred and twenty thousand followers. It's wigs happened really quickly. I I guess it's because there's a whole cohort of people out there who just sick of this you. Yeah partly that but also partly because people still fall for all the time people constantly think it's real all the time tweet you one of my favorite everything's to do is read people getting upset at you like that is ridiculous you think. That's why trump was winning right man. Ah never ceases to amaze me how angry people get on twitter. With with even legitim- legitimate causes is like. But I watch that. I think it's fun because I can satirize the left often the the sort of the most liberal side of things through her but then I can argue with the right wing trump supporters and stuff and I can mark them as well right so you get to have a go the the extremes. Yeah you know what I mean. Yeah I'm so shocked that people still think she's real like even after all this time. Oh shocking you're close enough. There's plenty of people well and I'll point. You did a few of them follow. I follow some people. Were just bookmarked them. So they don't they don't follow them. Yeah and just some of them are so God damn fucking crazy and yet I keep getting told this is like a straw man these people that religious job but they do even once did a Jimmy. There's a tweet by SIROCCO WHO's really really woke dark it. Yeah I think so. She did a tweet about how a shame she was being white and that was her. I think it was and then I just cut and paste that tweeting put out for Tricia. My name is one of the ARQUETTE's but I did the same tweet. I literally come as to as to tax like some people got got it just taken this other viral tweet and some people got the point. I was making But yeah it's close to some of them are nuts. Yes like like frighteningly so to a point that it's it's a cult like behavior it's like it's it's it's I think that the basic principles of you know standing up against gainst racism sexism homophobia all. That stuff is great. Yes I think. The the the woke movement isn't that it's a kind of weird cultish a pseudo religious thing that is beyond so that you're no longer allowed to make mistakes you can't be redeemed. There's there's no it's it's it's got all those hallmarks yes. He's leaving. The early Christians used to burn people out of love. You know is that it's that thing and that's why we get this kind of council culture stuff and I guess that's why I wanted a maybe. That's why it's popular because people are sick of the treading around eight shells worried about being misinterpreted or even worried about fucking up on making mistake. I mean what's wrong with saying something that's every now and then maybe you do say the wrong thing and it should be fine. If you're a human being but part of it is also that things are written down right. When things are written down you could see him over and over again? If you made a mistake just said said something in normal human conversation which is how we're supposed to communicate how we normally communicate. Yeah it just comes and goes. Yeah but when it's written down then it becomes us something different but it's more than that isn't it because I'll give you an example so there was a guy who was the editor of Cookery magazine in the UK and a Vegan Vegan freelance journalists email. I'd love to do a thing about vegans and he replied and made some joke about. Yeah you can do something about how we will force feed the meat. And we'll make them each other stupid flipping thing. I rather than saying I was really offended by that. Can we talk about it. I don't think that's appropriate. Email freelance journalist. She screen shot the thing. Put It on twitter. Made a thing of it and he had to step down so I think that's the difference is whereas like saying to someone look calling out a mistake according for something they've done that you perceive to be bad. That's that's that's all well and good but when you're using it to advertise how virtuous you are and how you you're able to take someone down the mistake that they made that troubles me because then it's no longer about really about the issue. Well I think what we're dealing with when when when you're talking about woke culture and I love that you made this comparison to radical religious religion because I think they're the same patterns. I think human beings have patterns. They follow and you could say that you're not religious but you follow these is extremely rigid ideologies. That don't allow for any variation whatsoever. You they force one hundred percent compliance and if if you're not one hundred percent in compliant they will attack you and you can't be woken up one of the things you find a religion as people will especially in the more radical dangerous injuries and scary religions. They'll turn on each other. Oh yeah turn on each other for not being pious enough. Yeah all the time. Yeah that happens in whoa culture. One of the scariest things that happens to these woke people people is when the woke people attack them. Oh Yeah I'm GONNA happen with J. K.. Rowling Jake around and because she defended it was a British case. It was the woman who was fired from her the job because she posted a tweet saying that she didn't believe that sex was immutable characteristics. She we said there are men and women and you can't change the now that's her opinion and she's entitled to have it But the the judge in the UK ruled that no. It's not a legitimate opinion to hold and you can be fired for that right so Jay Robinson said No. That's not fair. That's it's her opinion and they went for her even though she's like she's so woke she keeps retrospectively deciding that her character is a gay and also stuff like that and you know dumble symbol those guy and she she got after her. They went after her before that as well. Because in the fantastic sequel with dumbledore young man. there's not much avert homosexuality and so the Lgbtq community was saying. Why isn't it more? I mean what are they want. Double penetration what do they want. They want full on wisit visit gay sex scene and she got she got the brunt of that. You know it's like this and I hate that so it was. I didn't think you don't need validation by seeing wizards making out unless that's your vision for vision was I mean she if she wanted some radical sexual aspect to her story. I don't think it was but no it wasn't yeah. She wants to Poland. That's fine if that's a look I mean it doesn't even necessarily have to be poor but I'm I don't think you should ever try to alter someone's artistic vision. Yeah when when someone is a genius like J. K.. Rowling I mean. Think about that stuff that she's created Harry. Look the Harry. Potter series speaks for itself. Just a sheer popularity of it for someone to step in and say you're doing it wrong when it comes to gay sex everything else. Great or any your fucking genius with everything but Gazar also. I don't like it's not. It's not her responsibility to be the ambassador for gay sex. And also I think is really patronizing to gay. People say that they need to see this. Yeah yeah but it is now like a standard thing in art and movies and stuff so like you saw that with Tarantino once upon a time in Hollywood and he someone asked him Emma journalists. Were saying they're like why why isn't the. Why isn't Margot Robie character? Talk more but he's made an artistic decision he hasn't thought let's just the female character the cabinet that character. So let's let let's have a silent most of the time. He's making a point about restoring Sharon tate to an iconic kind of states that she was denied by the Manson family. It's a very interesting trusting artistic decision and if you watch film and you go and all you can think is oh. The woman didn't speak enough. There wasn't enough diversity then you're not engaging with the artwork right like we how to the BBC did a review of game of thrones by series by series where they judged each episode is good or bad on the percentage points of how much female characters speak. So doc don't do reviews Pi Cha. It's it's it's weird to me. That's that's it's almost a complete misunderstanding. What the creative endeavors all about art art? I mean look. Did Thelma and Louise do a disservice by not having Brad Pitt. Talk more. Well exactly. That's a good example. Yeah Yeah it was a great movie because it was a great movie. It's an artistic vision. Doesn't have to adhere to these ideas of of inclusiveness S. and diversity. It just doesn't and artistic vision is supposedly if you write about A bunch of Asian kids that WANNA be hip hop are you have no no obligation have white people right. You have no obligation to have anyone else in it you can have. You can have a movie with one character through the whole movie. Yeah no obligation course. It's it's an artistic vision but I've been thinking about this a lot because I think this gets to the heart of. What is the problem with the work culture and what they're the foundation allegation of their belief system is and it's to do with this idea of what you hear it all the time power structures in society? You know that this is this kind of and that's why Oy they think there needs to be more representation and things like that in these films because they think that influences culture and influences people and maintains and sustains power and everything like that so that's why they're that's why they're doing I think it's just a false premise. Ultimately it is a false premise. And the people that are doing it in the people that are perpetuating this false premise. US are not doing good work. Another part of the problem. If you WANNA be a woke artist. Good fucking luck. Good fucking luck. Yeah because your stuff probably probably gonNA suck 'cause you're thinking about that more than you thinking about the singular artistic vision that might have. You're trying to put it through the filter of intersection. -ality the different variables that you have to consideration of how you're going to be criticized and what you're GonNa like soon as you compromise yourself. Yeah in any you you you open up the door for mediocrity and he doesn't sell well like people and I think that's simply because people hate being patronised. was that expression go get woke. Go Bro Yeah exactly. I mean when I saw that last film and you've got the lesbian kiss of like a two second of lesbian kissing and I I know what they don't care about that sort of stuff by all means make a full lesbian. Let's be like that but you feel hectic like you feel like someone standing over your shoulder saying you see that you thought is what you're supposed to support your all. We'll hang the phone that's good. That's what they're basically saying. Let's say your bad people. They didn't trust human beings they don't trust society and they're rabid they're ravaged rabid their their need for compliance. Everyone must comply..

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"emma journalist" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

21:25 min | 1 year ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"I'm confident and get them going because the game has changed for focusing on who's starting it's about who's finishing and those guys are GonNa be out there when again one of our favorites yes Anita marks takes degenerate fan corner a needle marks has prepared for these segments more than Jalen rose has prepared for anything aw that's kind of fun nobody puts baby in the corner please put me in in the degenerate corner can I just let me leave me ah you're outside with the velvet rope let us in the degenerate corner it is all of yours so Jalen yes I want to start with this okay so in the past we've been doing this show for years and years and years in the past Jalen always gives us updates on his ten thousand dollar fantasy team it's been a little quiet this year I haven't heard about any game I haven't heard anything about the win loss record I haven't heard a single thing so Jalen the floor is yours any any update on the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy Jaguars absolutely we're two and four right with three all right now with three original which one would you love with three or four right now there are a couple of issues to happen just didn't play out in my favor once a Barclay got injured yes he did one week I was going against Aaron Jones he had four touchdowns I remember that we had that was killer against we Kerryon Johnson just got hurt for the lions this past week I can't imagine why Kerryon Johnson Jalen I mean that's just an objective you just looked at best players available and objectively chose the lions running back this You know I led the League in scoring last week take me fifteen hundred dollars this week I'm sorry Seventeen Times fifteen that is no no I gotta do math that's about twenty five hundred dollars no to twenty five thousand dollars you guys have a big pool ticket from absolutely so it's a twenty twenty four or five hundred twenty four thousand five hundred Seventeen Times fifteen hundred right but I'm saying there's twelve people in the league right and it's in it's ten thousand dollar buy in right one hundred one hundred twenty thousand dollar leave on the commissioner that legal tickets had been feet I'm a hit you on a cellphone service three Abbey's interest over time you know talk I'm looking agent just be here so that draft his heart so so let me tell you what happened this past week however great g am in bodily had Aaron Rogers and another lion says you WanNa get on me about that Marvin Jones both of those gentlemen kvant ten touchdowns while you had Marvin Jones that's huge yes because because Golladay really has been the go-to I for Matthew Stafford the fact that you had seen with that is Jalen that's your that's your fan hat paying off for you big dividends not a lot of people have been playing Jones because Golladay has been the guy in the fact that you played in okay that played into your fan had it paid off big touchdown here's another GM move I drafted Muhammed noodle last three years in fantasy I always felt like he was slept on because he wasn't Julio Jones and Law of the whole he just got traded this week who get traded to oh I have him on my squad as well so not panicking at all Jacoby what my squad I'm excited about the rest of the season I almost regret asking for the update fourteen minutes they Jalen I have something I want to discuss with you too okay this is huge news it's being under covered too Sha Kerr was arrested in Tennessee last week by making that face to boxer core Yes to occur was arrested in Tennessee last week Anita you're looking at me like I'm crazy is this an elvis google it right now The rain was arrested in Tennessee last week Johnny googling it no I'm gts he was arrested. I think it's aggravated salt was in Tennessee to pock Shaker remember you heard it here hit the broken news button Reggie Refuses Reggie doesn't WanNa play these days. Reggie Reggie ready went broke he's like I'm just going to do whatever you say a new Anita has the information now there's a few things here number one was a delight Emma journalist at anything I say was any NASA factually correct no okay this dude is Caucasian I'm sorry uh-huh what's his name to Fox occur okay hey yeah not the two you were looking for that guy in Tennessee got arrested and he's to puncture government name that's whoever whoever puts a headline or put they're getting all the cliques all the cliques yeah they're putting the headline I assume it's the government system he changed it you know do we do we know who did I'm curious because originally we researched like a pro who broke the news and how many more followers did they get a three hour time period But you know he was arrested two bucks was arrested I he is going to be very clear the white guy named to puncture that does not look anything like the two pounds the recipes we all know and love and Jalen well listen while while we're here in the pod just us right we can talk about things maybe the executives wouldn't want us to talk about it don't listen to your they don't they they watch the TV show but with the sound off so sometimes we WanNa talk about these things put up the graphic on the bottom that's like better Lebron Michael Jordan we can talk about whatever we listened to the podcast alley bigshot the bill wolf the one executive does to the puck back he does this is a hill Texas things hit the too hot for TV button Red's not Jalen little bit of information okay CICI TV the government run Chinese television network did not air the Pelicans against the Raptors I kind of thought this is going to be behind us I thought it was gonna be bygones be bygones jalen it's GonNa continue throughout the season two story that bubbles up every once in a while I think so this is this is you know it's one thing to discuss this biggest another thing too for action to take place that's legitimate and for them to take that stand at the beginning of the season sends a strong message to the NBA because remember we were over there they took down all of the promotions didn't allow the NBA cares facility happen and probably because the players were already in town they allowed the game to go on but since we left they're not messing with the NBA seemingly and that's GonNa be an issue with that relationship well ten cent which is their digital leaning over there which isn't necessarily I think it's I don't know how exactly the details of how you know distribution networks working China but I think it's they're like sort of a digital streaming company that is in business with China and also the and also espn they aired the clippers lake so if you wanted to get the Clippers Lakers game you could but this is something that's not a kind of thought it would go away once the sort of the ones we throw up the ball in Toronto we had the first jump start showing highlights of Lonzo Ball we'll make a nice passes and Pascal thirty four points at that would all go away but it has not and we will continue to keep you updated win the executives are not listening so Jalen and Anita this is something that absolutely love and we couldn't put on the TV show because whenever dies it's not really that funny but this guy made dying funny okay what they did is before he passed away he prerecorded a message to be played as his coffin was being lowered into the ground and I've seen this before but usually it's like something funny I mean it's sort of like a addressing the crowd and was like sweet and like there's a couple of jokes in there but what he did is he free recorded him screaming from inside the coffin I know yes four key passed away and it was only like one or two people knew about it so they're all at this funeral and again it's it's weird talking about it because nothing like that about someone dying but like this person obviously had a sense of humor so as they're being lowered lowered into the ground in their coughing sound from inside the coffin goes off of the Jones screaming and asking them to stop imagine you're at a funeral and you hear this what do you do die myself I'm really we're definitely did anyone go like wait I'm sure someone always put myself in the shoes of the co-conspirator at some point the focus has to be like no no this is all a joke but like you just because Kerry said it was a joke doesn't mean I'm knocking just complete disregard the sound for coming the concert we have to make sure open the COP and Jalen next time you're in town because at some point I am going to pass away you know what I mean next time here in town indefinite recorded message that you are going to be the only person because you're definitely gonNA outlive me why why do you think he's GonNa Outlive you his his grandmother hundreds in one hundred and two hundred and two yeah so you're talking you're not talking like lifestyle you're talking genetic genetics I I was on the same page so I have one word for this act at the funeral selfish that was selfish selfish I'm going the other way all of these people come here to agree for you and to represent your honor have just got up misspoken good things about you you were a perfect human being shed tears you have Paul bears they're ready to carry your casket and all of a sudden the screen coming out of the casket that selfish okay I'll go to the same exact way everyone's sad they're thinking about how important word how you we went to early and you've got kids and the mood is very somber you know what I mean it just a nice little icebreaker let's allies breakers to mix it up nice ice breaker simple you guys you guys were at the spoon or something we don't know anything about this guy I honestly don't even know if it's a guy I don't think a female will do that you don't I started gender neutral and can lead into this being a dude I think is very anita can I know if you would we we all do we ought to Mr Suming have you noticed how Mr Jacoby is very matter of fact what is that just a soul miss a guy you know I don't think responsible is the right way matter of fact might be we're excited I was like then they did this kidding this is definitely a dude but one thing we do every Wednesday I'm glad you here on Wednesday need it is women's Wednesday here it's so we celebrate the more intelligent more responsible better smelling generally superior gender of our species the women and we do so by taking only female we'll voicemails like this one guy me crystal from Phoenix really going to get to know me out big red's well I asked movers boss move so y'all Oh was quick shoutout to my boy Kevin he's the one that got me on cheers as a show on that note that's where I wanNA bring in my boss move for soft move leading something good go because of your quote Unquote Pride let me I think 'cause y'all be having that quote unquote pride can't let things go so yeah keep giving the people they want setup guys because they're amazing love y'all so she wants she wants us to talk about half the story are there some going on between Crystal Kevin we don't know about that he was like you can call in but you can't give us the details but but really what she wants us to our once you gentlemen to respond to is like the difficulty of leading some assumptions about this situation too because she didn't give us any details I I had thought that someone let her go because of the pride but that she repeated a couple of times I read that there was some sort of disagreement between two people one male one female and the mail is too stubborn to just kill keep in the past and he's holding a grudge soccer Jalen rose pry all always comes before the fall oh I like this I think we're going here.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Make an effort to <hes> really a we saw the hog father tonight inaction kate. I liked that that yeah what'd what'd you think of jack's offer of four weeks of safety. I mean queue but like i am going to guarantee safety unless you literally are in control control of everyone else right brand did cliff actually consider this in the diary room. That's a real good gotta think about that. This was go play in the big brother game with the producers and giving them a little material later lead as lilly what is literally what it said our ass saying around. I don't really believe it so that was an offer he could refuse unfortunately father that was that was all right so did this thing too right right yeah. He did at least for one second finger tap at least at least for one once i can. He did that so we let's. Let's let's talk about tommy and his h h and this is really a very tricky week that we're going to go into because of we're going to have the field trip which means that. We're going to have a third nominee in play which also means that we are going to only have six people voting the next week so depending on who's up on the block. That's going to really end up tilting the scales sales will one way or another and with tommy only having a couple of allies in the house between cysts and christie and potentially nick at this point that the those that voting block of three if they are not in the on the block <hes> then they're going to have a lot of power especially if tommy is going to potentially break a tie one way or another and there's a lot of different different ways this can go sideways so since tommy is immune from the yes. I believe he's not going to so just to reset how the field trip is going to work so the america has been voting since last sunday somehow if they could find where the votes the kaelin did you vote not yeah yeah well. That's what he would vote for christie's and hall holly. Okay you gordon jackson. Did you know there's journalists. Though this journalist emma journalist est- your journalists still okay brian. Have you been voting no on a journal. That's what i haven't been voting and absolutely not anybody will tell you. Bryant is completely impartial. He's not gonna fractional. That'd be yes. That's exactly what i am. You know i it's too hard to find the page. Bread can find it i don. I am obsessed with this show. I still can't find the page. No i really don't the vote for i mean vote for jackson christie and says oh okay jack whispering now. Here's where it's save. Jack was probably somebody who was in the top three. He's gone. He's out of the mix out. Dummy is probably somebody who is in the top and now he's taken out of the mixture mr definitely s._t..

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"emma journalist" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on KTOK

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"emma journalist" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on Here & Now

"Otherwise, the the the the most leftist candidate Bernie Sanders would before it. So it's it's more complicated. I do think that Donald Trump and his advisors see it as a campaign issue because they would like to say that this is a purely partisan political exercise and the Democrats are trying to get him out of office because they won't accept his election. There are other Democrats who say we're eighteen months from an election. Let's let the voters decide whether Donald Trump should continue to be president or not speaking of them, according to recent polling. This is the morning consult poll a majority of Americans oppose impeachment, but a majority of Democrats support it so is this Democrats looking at constituents in some. Cases. Yes. But what was really interesting about that poll? Even though fifty nine percent of Democrats said that they supported impeachment that was down twelve points from the seventy one percent of Democrats who said they supported impeachment back in January. Now, why the drop it could be that more and more people are learning the civics lesson. You started with that? Oh impeachment isn't removal. They maybe they thought impeachment was the same thing of removal once they learn it isn't they're not for it anymore. And also a lot of Democrats would like to focus on healthcare and gun control and climate change. And they don't want impeachment to be a distraction from that. But so right now Democrats want it, but not as many as as did a couple of months ago, you heard from any Republicans even maybe off the record. So you wouldn't name them now. But who are saying, you know, maybe there is reason for impeachment. You know, maybe they do want somebody else in there. I don't think there's any Republican who is for President Trump being impeached. I think there are some Republicans who think that if the house impeached him, it would be a political benefit to them. But the president himself who tweets a lot about impeachment. Yeah. He doesn't want it to happen. But he definitely is worried about it. He's obsessed with it and rattled by it. Mara liasson. Thanks so much. Thank you. Well, today, the Islamic state claimed responsibility for the series of bombings that killed more than three hundred people at churches in hotels across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Meanwhile, the Sri Lankan government has not said when it lifted ban on social media that had put in place after the attacks to stop the spread of what had called false news reports for more on that part of the story. Let's go to our weekly guide to the world of tech Recode. Cara Swisher is Recode's editor at large. I care. Hi, how you doing doing? Well, and you write that when you heard that the Sri Lankan government temporarily blocked access to some social media sites like Facebook and YouTube after the bombings your I thought was good. Why? Well, you know, it's such an anathema to me that I said this because a lot of the, you know, when the shutdowns happen of of social media over the world over the past decades really now, and it's always an autocratic government. That's trying to you know, quilt descent, and that's wrong. And I obviously Emma journalist, and I I'm not a first amendment absolutist. But I certainly think that it's really important that these people have an ability to speak on these platforms. But what's happened is the people running these platforms and the companies that are running it have not taken enough responsibility for what's running over their platforms. And so they're not exactly free speech. So just a cacophony of often malevolent and false information. And they're trying to stop it. But when you shoes crisis it creates. Really problematic situation for governments which are trying to calm things down and the possibility more violence. What are the companies think about the fact that the sites were shut down in SRI locker really made a not that much noise. They said they really want to get back up because they're important to communications between the families and who were involved in the tragedy and that's hundred percent true. In some of these countries. Unlike the US, no Facebook be he's the defacto newspaper. It's the telephone system. It's the Email mail system. And so it becomes the everything system, and therefore is very very liable to be abused by those who don't have a good intent and there's history here in Sri Lanka to the government..

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"emma journalist" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Say one hundred million dollars all came from that. There is no doubt. Roger Merville had a major impact on vice president Gore's life. There's a twist in nineteen eighty eight. Roger Goodell was having second thoughts about whether carbon dioxide was a significant greenhouse gas. He wrote letters to congressman about it. And in one thousand nine hundred seventy co authored a report for the new science magazine cosmos in which he expressed his strong doubts about global warming and urged more research before any remedial action was taken at that point. Mr. gore, pronounced, prevail. Senator Al and refused to debate global warming. He continues to refuse to debate many offers of thousands of dollars have been made forty eight. He refuses today Gore's he questioned the media at this event, and he set forth rules, no questions. No interviews. I have learned that in nineteen. Ninety-one Roger, prevail. Made what was his final speech at the high powered very private summer. Enclave of powerful men and politicians. Bohemian grove in northern California there he apologized for his research for sending so many people in the wrong direction on global warming. And the worried about the political fallout from the UN IPCC, and Al Gore. A man named Don Michael Smedman who lives in the San Francisco area was there that day, and he remembers the rebels speech. Very well, he is told me about it in some detail. So think of the irony today, Al Gore received the first Roger rebel award honoring the man who sent him on his global warming campaign, but rebel had realized that it was a false alarm and the science was flawed before he died rebel passed away of a heart attack in one thousand nine hundred eighty one would be very interesting to know, if he had lived where he would be tonight would have approved this award or perhaps when he'd be joining me for the international conference on global warming skeptics in New York next week. John. The Gore's over a period of years starting else senior junior is this a political or scientific point of view the and think well for me, it's not political at all. After all Emma journalist in addition to being a meteorologist, and I absolutely refused to take political sides. Mr. gore served honorably as vice president. He got fifty two million votes for president. And I can't criticize that but the science behind global warming scare it is clearly wrong and it needs fixed. And so I worked at night trying to fix it isn't curious as to why he would never do any debates on this subject because he knows it lose. Frankly, I think he I think he realizes now that is wrong, but he has this environmental agenda that this drives, and he doesn't want to get away from that is invested in that by the way, you can read this whole story on our website in Coleman's corner. All right when we come back. We're going to play you excerpt from John Coleman's interview on CNN, very feisty. And obviously he was challenged. There's also a professor of atmospheric sciences at MIT. He's now retired. His name is Richard lindzen. You're going to hear from him as well. Michael Crichton, author who did a number of books, including the Andromeda strain wrote a book in two thousand four call state of fear. And he said, I'm confident that this book will never be made into a movie why while the protagonist is a climate change sceptic and the book had a lot of science in it. And critics of the book say the is faulty just to say people who deny the law, arming trends of climate change are also wrong. So the book was not particularly well reviewed although it did. Well, New York Times they could meet number one sold over a million and a half books. But he said, I know that Hollywood will not make this movie because my protagonists is disputing the climate change business. Richard lindzen, the MIT atmospheric physicists refers to it as climate alarmism. John Coleman the man you just heard from. And we're gonna play you his interview with CNN calls it quote the greatest scam in history close quote, triple eight nine seven one S eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. I am Larry elder. Do not leave.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on KCRW

"And who, you know, had an island in the end only about seven hundred German Jews made it there. The Dominican Republic. The Belgium with a population of about one and a half million opened it hard to the homeless people in Europe. Number one seven hundred the sewer bay Rene Kirchheim father was among the refugees were sent to the outposts. So Suwa he worked in the fashion industry in Germany escape to Luxembourg. Then the Dominican Republic where he found a much different life awaiting him, my father when he had a farm he raised college as well. And you won't allow the price and the end fears. I see the joke that we're very kosher. Pigs. Kirchheim mother also came from Germany, but wasn't Jewish Kirchner was born in the Dominican Republic in nineteen forty two. I spoke with him via phone from Sosua. I'm home right now looking out the window. I got my head out the window. Why do you have your head out the window to get the wifi signal is a little better? I don't want you to fade away. We get the connection working in Kirchheim or tells me it wasn't so easy and Sosua in the nineteen forties. It was very very very pioneer. You the old westerns the movies? It's very at the first few years. We didn't. You know that that came later. And we had like these kerosene lamps. And we had a big vessel to have cool water a tough life. But Kirchheim has fond memories. He says he had black and Brown friends and nobody cared that. He was ju- today. He says only a handful of the descendants of Jewish refugees are left and Sosua most eventually left for the United States, the agricultural experiment in Susu, a long ago transformed into a beach resort town, the small synagogues still stands there. They don't have a rabbi but Kirchheim says for the holidays, they improvise the older gentleman. He he knows the routine, and you know, he knows how to hold a ceremony. So. Shut up by rabbi. But he'll do I ask her timer. What he'd like people to know about the story of his town. I would like. The Dominican Republic get the proper recognition or for digested. They had back into competition. Dunkin thirty eight had done the same a us, whatever shape and that takes us back to New Hampshire and Huber after he met Kirchheim her and the other remaining Jewish descendants. And so he became determined to spread their story three years ago. Baber made his way to France the five store resort on Lake Geneva where the nine-day conference was held back in nineteen thirty eight. I wasn't wearing my nicest clothes I had on my Michigan state baseball hat, and I was just kind of a tourist, you know, and they'll give me a hard time even letting me in. And so Finally, I lied and said Emma journalist from Boston here to report on a story. He talks his way into getting the manager at the hotel royale to show him around. There.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on Herald

Herald

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on Herald

"The heralded news news learn is now. Empowering the community. So the news, your news now with falls, Oregon. Podcast, empowering the community and serving mclamb basin. This is the URL the news facing these top. Readings in welcome to base and views a herald news podcast featuring interviews with local experts discussing issues important to the climate basin. I'm Cridland key with the herald news this week. We are joined by Linda tapper business manager for the crater lake claim at the regional airport here to discuss a wide range of issues related to aviation and the climate basin. Linda, thank you for taking time out of your day. Does to join us in glad to be here. We will get into all kinds of aviation related topics, but I, I have to ask about the airport name itself because how often each day do you have to correct people? Because I people just called the claim with airport, right? But it's the crater lake regional airport. It is. And when I first started with the airport, it was the Klamath falls international airport. So then we dropped in became the Klamath falls airport just for concise purposes. And then a number of years ago, we actually went to the crater lake Klamath regional airports which is quite the mouthful, but it was done too tight of tie in with a major attraction. We have. Hearing Klamath county, which is the crater lake national park and to gain some additional tie ins and traffic. Hopefully, as people looked at planning to come visit that park, how they would get here and be able to use the airport to do so. Well, before we delve into issues related to the airport ongoing right now, I always like to get a little bit of background on our guests. So could you tell us a little bit more about who Linda Tupper is? Sure. So I grew up for the most part in Oregon. Moved here when I was not yet to. So I'm almost an native Oregonian. I grew up in the Willamette Valley went to Oregon state university and then on to Portland state university where I got my MBA degree and then moved down to Klamath falls in ninety five. Oddly enough. My background is in animal science as an undergraduate degree. And then I have the my business administration degree from Portland state. So I was looking for a job in agriculture and unfortunately, I didn't find one, but the airport department had a department. Pretorial position coming open and my background. My father was a commercial airlines pilot for United Airlines for thirty five plus years. So aviation is kind of second nature to our family. So seemed to good fit and I applied for it and received the position. And I've been there ever since enjoying it immensely. It's very exciting field always something new going on, and I enjoy interacting with the public in all aspects of aviation that we encounter at our airport from generally VA, Asian to usually commercial aviation and military as well. We'll some of that roundabout stuff. I, my major in college was earn article science and so I- studied aviation now, Emma journalist, you started animal science and now you're in aviation, so however it works out, right. So how did you go from animal science into being involved with the Asian industry? So like as when I moved down here to Klamath falls, the airport department position came open. And it was seemed a good fit for me with the background. My family has an aviation and I recognize that probably for myself, it's a certain skill set that I enjoy using. So it didn't matter the industry, whether it's agricultural animal science or aviation or even medical. It was a certain skill set that I enjoyed using, which is organizational. Business skills, communication, writing, and things like that. So I sort of happily took to the aviation field, and as I got more involved in it really expanded that different types of duties that I was doing at the airport in became the business manager at that time. So what does your role as a business manager entail for a public airport for our airports since way are as small department. There is a staff of six. There's the airport director, the operations manager myself, the business manager, and then we have three operations maintenance positions that oversee the airfield upkeep. So for myself, I tell people that I pretty much manage all the paper that comes through the office. So everything from answering the phones to doing accounts payable, counts receivable to managing grants to public relations marketing. Those are all items that I take on on a daily basis. I'm also. Charge of some of the regulatory items that we are in sponsor for doing at the airport when it comes to the FAA for annual reports to meet our regulatory or grant assurances that we have through the FAA's. So a lot of paperwork sounds

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Linda Tepper of Crater Lake Klamath Regional Airport

Herald

11:29 min | 2 years ago

Linda Tepper of Crater Lake Klamath Regional Airport

"The heralded news news learn is now. Empowering the community. So the news, your news now with falls, Oregon. Podcast, empowering the community and serving mclamb basin. This is the URL the news facing these top. Readings in welcome to base and views a herald news podcast featuring interviews with local experts discussing issues important to the climate basin. I'm Cridland key with the herald news this week. We are joined by Linda tapper business manager for the crater lake claim at the regional airport here to discuss a wide range of issues related to aviation and the climate basin. Linda, thank you for taking time out of your day. Does to join us in glad to be here. We will get into all kinds of aviation related topics, but I, I have to ask about the airport name itself because how often each day do you have to correct people? Because I people just called the claim with airport, right? But it's the crater lake regional airport. It is. And when I first started with the airport, it was the Klamath falls international airport. So then we dropped in became the Klamath falls airport just for concise purposes. And then a number of years ago, we actually went to the crater lake Klamath regional airports which is quite the mouthful, but it was done too tight of tie in with a major attraction. We have. Hearing Klamath county, which is the crater lake national park and to gain some additional tie ins and traffic. Hopefully, as people looked at planning to come visit that park, how they would get here and be able to use the airport to do so. Well, before we delve into issues related to the airport ongoing right now, I always like to get a little bit of background on our guests. So could you tell us a little bit more about who Linda Tupper is? Sure. So I grew up for the most part in Oregon. Moved here when I was not yet to. So I'm almost an native Oregonian. I grew up in the Willamette Valley went to Oregon state university and then on to Portland state university where I got my MBA degree and then moved down to Klamath falls in ninety five. Oddly enough. My background is in animal science as an undergraduate degree. And then I have the my business administration degree from Portland state. So I was looking for a job in agriculture and unfortunately, I didn't find one, but the airport department had a department. Pretorial position coming open and my background. My father was a commercial airlines pilot for United Airlines for thirty five plus years. So aviation is kind of second nature to our family. So seemed to good fit and I applied for it and received the position. And I've been there ever since enjoying it immensely. It's very exciting field always something new going on, and I enjoy interacting with the public in all aspects of aviation that we encounter at our airport from generally VA, Asian to usually commercial aviation and military as well. We'll some of that roundabout stuff. I, my major in college was earn article science and so I- studied aviation now, Emma journalist, you started animal science and now you're in aviation, so however it works out, right. So how did you go from animal science into being involved with the Asian industry? So like as when I moved down here to Klamath falls, the airport department position came open. And it was seemed a good fit for me with the background. My family has an aviation and I recognize that probably for myself, it's a certain skill set that I enjoy using. So it didn't matter the industry, whether it's agricultural animal science or aviation or even medical. It was a certain skill set that I enjoyed using, which is organizational. Business skills, communication, writing, and things like that. So I sort of happily took to the aviation field, and as I got more involved in it really expanded that different types of duties that I was doing at the airport in became the business manager at that time. So what does your role as a business manager entail for a public airport for our airports since way are as small department. There is a staff of six. There's the airport director, the operations manager myself, the business manager, and then we have three operations maintenance positions that oversee the airfield upkeep. So for myself, I tell people that I pretty much manage all the paper that comes through the office. So everything from answering the phones to doing accounts payable, counts receivable to managing grants to public relations marketing. Those are all items that I take on on a daily basis. I'm also. Charge of some of the regulatory items that we are in sponsor for doing at the airport when it comes to the FAA for annual reports to meet our regulatory or grant assurances that we have through the FAA's. So a lot of paperwork sounds

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"emma journalist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"City had previously passed resolutions calling for articles of impeachment to be introduced against president donald trump do the city of west hollywood has introduced articles of impeachment against president trump and honoring stormy daniels what else do you need to know about west hollywood california i think that pretty well sums it up that's almost everything you need to know yasser ali is apparently the the mayor's yashar aliyev merit no he's he's the west hollywood mirrors john j doran and members of the west hollywood and they do call it hollywood and west hollywood city council give stormy daniels a city proclamation and key to the city it's like blazing saddles the city hollywood is proclaiming may twenty third as stormy daniels day and giving stormy daniels a key to the city the city says stormy is receiving these owners because of her leadership and the pound resist movement aren't they crazy bunch of people we much we must and we will much about that be committed exactly precisely correct another leader of the pound resist movement there emma journalists in good standing at nbc news that's one one of their leading journey they pay millions of dollars a year to that journalists right there resist we much is later of the pound.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on WEEI

"So what comes under track though j so what but still he walks looking rates but if you're you're on carter it doesn't mean you got one of our young europe energy girls scenarios genuine your thirdstring quarterback is playing on an nfl william while you're stretching quarterback is walking around with a clipboard with here's why doesn't make sense though why would what are the patriots have to gain by giving up garoppolo this year if they're going to take him back next year what did the patriots have to gain eager to see what is going to get paid on the open fuel that's why you turned down the offer that he was given over they lose their insurance policy in lake if brady gets hurt against the titans of saturday the patriots are not beating the steelers with brian hoyer as their quarterback who would have had a chance with garoppolo so you theory falls apart where the patriots don't gain anything by another geared they are fairly but it's business to garoppolo are to is coming back j at that we're getting an answers i love conspiracy theories i really do but the whole idea and we got ta like half a dozen at least of these calls last night this whole idea that there's some master plan there's some quidproquo for garoppolo to come back to the patriots just makes no sense whatsoever why would the patriots have dealt him in the first place and why would the niners have given up a second round pick form there are going to get answers we didn't i'm disappointed scott in westford please try to cheer me up norton great you know what reema i'm glad you let off with that because fear is no sharon you up i don't know why you're show we've just seemed like you're so angry that people either if well or or you get mad because you can't figure out why something happening when just maybe it's just because i mean there's no reason why made i'm looking for answers scott emma journalist i want the truth no you don't want you want something that's going to show because the fact of the matter is is just day that whole thing just.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on WTMA

"This not with stocks or bonds but with gold and silver coins in ira from augusta precious metals call eight five five eight five eight five eight o7 and learn how an ira backed by physical gold and silver can hedge against inflation call augusta precious metals right now at eight five five eight five eight five eight o7 and get a free gold ira guide call eight five five eight five eight five eight seven the census of plants i'm barbara sean and this is science update the americans are home to one hundred twenty five thousand known species of plants from towering redwood's took tiny duct weeds this accord into a new study in the journal science it describes a new world plant inventory created by an international team of scientists led by missouri botanical gardens curator carmen yeowah we want it to know where the current plan family who are more concentrate that we talked to plant families that already found in america is exactly like assessor but in this case plant the work help scientists see hot spots for biodiversity and identify places most in need of protection other researchers can use the database to locate promising areas in which to find plants would medicinal properties and agricultural potential i'm bob hershon for aaa as the science society wtma i am a mother occupan miller i am a fair i am an artist emma journalist a businesswoman an educator assisted a grandmother an advocate a leader i am a friend i am i am i am i am i am i am i one more than a million people living with hiv and the us we are not.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"And i'm going to try to stop it in so what i did was we started to do deep research and how they did the stealing and then we would take the research and we would share it with newspapers with wall street journal financial times federa and end this what i called naming and shaming campaigns strangely works how how worthy doing stealing a lot of different things they were doing they were doing um assetstripping where they would take assets huge oilfields and move them into the balance sheet of other companies there was transferpricing where they were basically they would fill oil at one dollar a barrel to their their private company in the net company would sell oil at fifty dollars a barrel to the market they were doing share dilutions where they sell shares for nothing to their friends for free and then there was of outright embezzlement and they were doing this stuff to a high ours is harder to even imagine you know the script discussing it through you know in a cursory way here but the these guys were such experts of stealing you couldn't imagine and it was just so brazen perry we will just he gets all this out is it was as there are so clever and smart well so so they're they're a clever a smart brazen and interestingly everyone thinks the russia's not a transparent place but that russia's the most bureaucratic country in the world everything is registered everywhere you go to the bathroom you they're like signed your name of the bathroom she then they an and if so in and then that bathroom she gives distributing quadruple gifted to four different ministries so there's information everywhere in russia and that information was basically for sale for five bucks at a local like the local street market you could by by the russian the securities commission database to lic look at all share transactions five bucks you could basically for twenty bucks put together uh the data to analyse who is doing the stealing and how much they were stealing and and where it was going and i was the guy doing it and then emma journalists of course love me because.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Two is your home well the song is by billy gibbons zz top and it's called on bad i'm nationwide are you nationwide i am i you know i'm kind of an international guy i i travel the world doing my business emma journalist so that takes me all of the world but i do have to volvo around the sun at some point the sun for me entrepreneur magazine's headquarters there's one in new york and there's one in orange county california but a lot of people are like me this digital age that we have allows us to work from home to work remotely but at some point you made me need to consider having a a workplace that you can visit when you're in boston or new yorker los angeles so our guest right now is marcus and marcus last name is doitforme once marcus optima forage we go marcus before forage he is the c o of serve corp and they are turning forty years old these guys have the flexible workspace pretty well nailed down i know there's other ones out there we work they just got some huge multi billion dollar investment regis but serve corp seems to be the four seasons of flexible workspace and marcus thank you for being with us and i just want to talk about this because i mean obviously win we work got that jiang ganic investment everybody went like you know tim allen from home improvement it was like wild there are a lot of people going to be working unit remotely and because a lot of us have a virtual business that you know we can be where we want linley one i'm one of those guys i can do a radio show from anywhere nobody knows where i'm sitting right now and they don't really care they just care that the content is good neighbourly could talk about this whole you know flexible workspace in what the landscape is like right now in the world yeah i mean it it's been very interesting for us because we've been in the business for for forty years and people actually think that it to a new industry and uh and so we we have always been.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They kind of planting stuff and seeing god what sprouts well it's very interesting the va billy high take above the minute anybody nine moody's name is mentioned in did they had this like a nerve center in the body's headquarters sit in a lights up and then is like a is like us you know like a swarm of c n cds get in there and is handed down on that particular ways and they do employees bag on the rash of debt threads irib threads in oakland in incitement you name it they do it can you give us a case of trawling that got especially nasty when i give you an example all the actor whose a superstar michael american i wellness to gauge zuma yellow and i know mr gated does in my book the bdb is then icty chief was actually sending you know what set forward seeing with with a draft partition of how you know an indian company goes stabbed deal should either boycotting him nearer drop it was abandoned vestida or they should be boycotted so you basically had the ruling party and the government attack in in in citizen in decking ininin company said candid extremely nasty in some ways couldn't you argue that this kind of freewheeling dialogue is actually democracy in action uh not minutes so see i'm world for free speech emma journalists free speech is and i've been in butter login on the point is you use from the u s the us is a free sps lows in the world but if he they your people arrested when the next to actionable tread well does incitement this is no freedom of expression hate speech is not freedom of expression bitter it's a non feeders expeditionary threats cno recently the one one journalist was shot dead and it doesn't know to the people lim somali followed actually celebrated her death and it's a moody's recently on his bullets at his falling fifty more people but he's not even unfolded one of the single he'd handles each year this knee follows so how has your book i am a troll been received in india what's been the reaction and or do you have any accounts personal to share about this kind of thing obviously the huge number.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You bay area weather for overnight will be partly cloudy lows into the upper 50s clear sunday partly cloudy becoming mostly sunny from wnyc studios this is freaking out mix radio here's your host stephen deppner even if you don't follow football at all you've likely heard that it has a huge problem it was really win guys started blowing their brains out and having there you know the brain tissue examined for a degenerative brain disease that's when things started getting pretty eighty that's ellen schwartz and emma journalist and author based in new york the brain disease is called c t e or chronic traumatic encephalopathy it's act characterized by our our deposition of a protein called town uh and that accumulates in our cells and other cells throughout the brain an mckee is a neuropathologist who directs his cte center at boston university school of medicine so it starts is very focal problems are abnormalities matan over the decades become i devastating her logical condition it causes memory loss cognitive changes behavioral changes likened crashing impulsively depression and down it can be very disabling with time alan schwartz wrote a hundred and thirty articles for the new york times about concussion or brain trauma in sports primarily football there were two reasons why this blew up in football's face or the nfl's face one is players started dying and were found to have the brain disease okay and then the nfl put up such a fuss saying oh there's nothing happening here we have our scientists who have shown i mean they played the perfect villain we had something the resembled the tobacco industry former players were dying young sometimes by suicide older players were completely losing their faculties and occasionally a current player quit the game young afraid of longterm brain damage i think as far as the nfl goes they're bullies and they have been able to quash every public relations problem in their history whether it's domestic violence recently whether it's steroids whether it's the strikes and lockouts i mean there are games to be played on sunday and everyone forgets by then by this is one public relations crisis that they have lost on my feelings about the sport if definitely evolved the brain researcher in mckee again.

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"emma journalist" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"emma journalist" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If you don't follow football at all you've likely heard that it has a huge problem it was really win guys started blowing their brains out and having their you know the brain tissue examined for a degenerative brain disease that's when things started getting pretty eighty that's ellen schwartz and emma journalist and author based in new york the brain disease is called c t e or chronic traumatic encephalopathy if act characterized by definition of a protein caught town uh and that accumulates in our cells and other cells throughout the brain an mckee is and neuropathologist who directs the cte center at boston university school of medicine it starts is very focal problems are abnormalities but then over the decades becomes i'd devastating are logical condition it causes memory loss cognitive changes behavioral changes like aggression impulsively depression and down i can be very disabling with time alan schwartz wrote a hundred and thirty articles for the new york times about concussions or brain trauma in sports primarily football there were two reasons why this blew up in football's face or the nfl's face one is players started dying and were found to have the brain disease okay and then the nfl put up such a fuss saying oh there's nothing happening here we have our scientists who have shown i mean they played the perfect villain we had something the resembled the tobacco industry former players were dying young sometimes by suicide older players were completely losing their faculties and occasionally a current player quit the game young afraid of longterm brain damage i think as far as the nfl goes they're bullies and they have been able to quash every public relations problem in their history whether it's domestic violence recently whether it's steroids whether it's the strikes and lockouts i mean there are games to be played on sunday and everyone forgets by then by this is the one public relations crisis that they have lost all my feelings about sport of definitely evolved the brain researcher in mckee again i was born and raised red outsider green bay wisconsin and my brothers played football in fact i was an absolutely enormous at packer fan and because i think i was raised in such a football century community i have always i had a terrific admiration for football players then she began to study the brains of deceased players at one point i could compartmentalize i could still enjoy.

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