17 Burst results for "Extricably"

"extricably" Discussed on The Sill - Perspectives on Art

The Sill - Perspectives on Art

07:54 min | 4 months ago

"extricably" Discussed on The Sill - Perspectives on Art

"Pronounced absolutely level of mistrust seems to be increasing rather than decreasing. Yes that's right that's right. We've finished the year with silver linings. The bright side of covid always look on the bright side of covid before that. And let's go back to the interview because there was still a canadian. Historian that's right. We've got some historical perspective and related to kobe as well. that's right. we interviewed cube rooster booster. Who has a lot of linkages to the titanic. And of course in discussing the titanic which was also a major disaster of. It's time again the inevitable comparison to disasters here we are again with the cova situation and expressed some opinions related to that based on your questions to him. Yeah i asked him at the end of the interview as a historian. Can you project into the future and talk about how people are going to understand what happened in the past year with covert. How are they going to look at this whole situation how we addressed it as a world and this is what he had to say about that. The united states inextricably extricably involved with trump era. And i think that's going to continue to fascinate people. He has attracted more attention than anyone else. So i think the era of the covid nineteen pandemic was really forgotten about me if it wasn't a much until recently a lot of this latest a pandemic. i think it'll probably be fodder for drama and perhaps movies well depending on what happens in the us with trump where he runs again for another term. But i think it's clear that mitt handling of the pandemic led his feet because republicans were not defeated in many cases so it wasn't so much as policies as his handling of the pandemic and his personality. So i think whenever that era is the votes it'll be pardoned. Harmful of the trump era and people will be arguing about populism and all that sort of thing for quite a while as far have candidates concerned. I think it'll be pamela and it'll probably be reinterpreted. Which is what history does so. Yeah actually we did. We did a whole thing on promised to disaster and then we interviewed hugh brewster again about his life because he's an interesting guy absolutely interesting people totally at beginnings of the gay pride movement in toronto. Here's a theater guy has written books. He's been an editor at a big publishing house. Lots of work on the titanic. He met the discoverer of the titanic work with him. Ballard that's right. Allard he also met. Jackie onassis and shared a really interesting story about that. And of course the subsequent podcasts came as a result of the initial one because we hadn't planned to interview him a second time but we found the first one so interesting that we decided to explore further and acceptance on right and so we've finished off the year with silver linings. The bright side of covid and we asked people to send in their comments about how they found positively through all of this stress and this time and shared some interesting stories and that sort of thing and we actually had a few weeks to collect. That information wasn't as if it happened overnight. People were given the opportunity for weeks and they submitted their particular responses and. I don't know if it was in that one but just to finish our podcast and we're not actually finished. We're gonna talk about the future still right but this segment of we could finish it with a poem that i shared that i found online by a think. He is a priest hendricks and was so beautiful and compelling. Let's play this. Because it's beautiful rendering of talking about positive liberty and turning a negative into a positive and so let's play that clip in called lockdown. Yes there is fear yes. There is isolation yes there is panic buying yes. There is sickness yes there is even death but they say that in wuhan. After so many years of noise you can hear the birds gain. They say that after just a few weeks of quiet. The sky is no longer thick with fumes. Blue and gray and clear. They say that in the streets of people are singing to each other across the empty squares keeping their windows open so that those who are alone may hear the sounds of family around them. They say that a hotel in the west of ireland is offering free meals and delivery to the housebound today. A young woman. I know is busy spreading flyers with her number through the neighborhood so that the elders may have someone to call on today churches synagogues mosques and temples are preparing to welcome and shelter the homeless the sick the weary all over the world people are slowing down and reflecting all over the world. People are looking on their neighbors in a new way. All over the world people are waking up to a new reality to how big we really are to how little control we really have to. What really matters to love so we pray and we remember that yes. There is fear but there does not have to be hate yes. There is isolation but does not have to be loneliness. Yes there is panic buying but there does not have to be meanness yes. There is sickness but there does not have to be disease of the soul. Yes there is even death but there can always be rebirth of love. Wake to the choices you make as to how to live now today. Breathe listen behind the factory. Noises of your panic. The birds are singing again. The sky is clearing. Spring is coming and we are always encompassed by love. Open the windows of your soul and though you may not be able to touch across the empty square sing a beautiful piece of writing. Stunning summed it up very nicely. Yeah yeah so. That's the past. Yeah what about the future for this. Podcast let's talk a bit about that. To begin with weaver released a new logo we began using it on our last episode. But technically it was supposed to be released in the beginning of january. So as gutted ahead of schedule a few days. We changed the logo for various reasons. And i wanted to pay special thanks to my niece. Who's a tattoo artist extraordinaire. I realized that i'm biased. Mitch you've seen some of our work so you gonna test to her talent. Her name is jimmy snare from fabled north tattoo and she also has an instagram account which is at the daughters of mars dot tattoo. So if you're interested in seeing her work because she's the one that i collaborated with. I gave her the idea of what it was that we wanted to project with the logo. She came back with a design. We discussed that made a few changes. And what you see is the final version. Yeah i really like it myself have to say and again for those who are doing their own podcast. Another important little piece of the puzzle is a really good graphic logo for the podcast..

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"extricably" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

03:05 min | 5 months ago

"extricably" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"She gave me the permission to feel what i was feeling to be. Ambivalent she normalized ambivalence in motherhood for the duration of my fourth and final pregnancy. I held my ambivalence close as a reminder that my feelings were normal including my fears and anxieties about birthing and parenting. In the end my baby girl was born. Be a family centered. C-section i'm what would have been my beloved. Bobby's one hundredth birthday uterine incision. They pulled the drapes down so i could see her born. They allowed my uterus to clamp down around her and she let out a loud scream and after delayed cord clamping. They put her on me skin skin and right. They're still on the operating table. They placed my third marina. Iud mike my older two who are born looking like me left was born with a dark head of hair just like my husband. We like to say that due to my ambivalence in utero your own genes finally one out but he forgot about round two as soon as at latched onto me an i to her all of her dark hair out and dirty blond hair grew. And your own. And i like to say that left was our sweet compromise. I have come to understand that choosing to continue a pregnancy or to end it are part of the same story. with my first three pregnancies. The choices were black and white for me. Your own and i were ready to have children and i got pregnant. Our second pregnancy had a severe congenital defect and we chose abortion and by choice. Got pregnant again. When i grappled with ambivalence i felt in extricably connected to centuries of women before and after me grappling with ambivalence while our society may look i'm kindly upon a woman's mixed feelings about pregnancy and motherhood it is exactly in these gray and murky areas where every woman deserves the right to wrestle the right to choose and in spaces like these to tell our stories. I am telling you mine so that one day you might tell.

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"extricably" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

06:15 min | 10 months ago

"extricably" Discussed on Gun Talk

"That's good news for those of us out here and people who are trying to find guns and we're trying to buy rifles now. Colt a our platform rifles are available again. Yeah Yeah so so what we're doing now is we're. We're just making six hundred twenties, which is kind of our bread and butter. platform were making those as fast as we can. We're not going to start making variations because every time we stop, and we change what we're making the something else. Of course it. You kind of lose. Whatever could have been made during that change over so right now we're just making sixty nine twenties and we'll just be doing that for the next couple of months, and then we'll kind of see what happens. It's It's actually kind of an unfortunate thing with the timing of everything going on right now because A. What we're not going to be able to do is really make enough from this market. I mean there's just no way I don't think anybody really can. It's not limited to so So you know it's you know. At least at least we're out there and we're. We're contributing what we can and you know for the people who stood by us to we really do appreciate all the all the all our fans out there who really stuck by US and tried to explain to people and you know we saw plenty of people doing that. Trying to explain to people that know this. Wasn't you know we didn't have banned in the market? We didn't even discontinue it. We didn't even cancel our distributor orders. We kept them all in place because we knew. This was just a temporary thing, and and we'd be back to making rifles soon as a our capacity would allow so You know we're. We're really thankful for those people and our fans, and and you know for the other side of the coin. You know we know there's always going to be detractors out there and people kind of want to stir the pot on a on a company. That's as old as we are so You know I. I think last year. I was doing some interviews that use the term fake news. There was a lot of really just wrong versions of what happened. And I saw a lot of people celebrating and I. Stand for some people that might have been hard to see, but understand that that was not that was a that was their version of the story. It's pretty interesting. I mean coach has been making a like pieces like forever now I mean obviously not as long as a single action revolvers, but the Colton a are in extricably linked so for a lot of folks, and the other thing is I was just going to mention this I. Have People say well? There's all this demand. Wilder manufacturers just ramp up at high a bunch more people and bill more plants. I say you know what? You guys have all been through this before, and you know that just as quickly as it starts, it actually ends more than that and the orders are gone and will that will be happening at some point. And it's one of the advantages of using distribution as a let them beat that buffer. So when we say we had one hundred days of inventory and distribution. It's it's nice to have you know. We've got some really top tier. Great distributors who take on that inventory and then they kind of buffer between us and the Martin. Unions did your point. There's no way that you can you know it's not a volume knob that you can turn up down? You have to train people. People and you know you can't just bring people in and get started especially at the silly like are so so yeah I mean absolutely, but that's why the distributors really shine through and right now they're receiving the you know. They're receiving guns on Tuesday and shipping out Wednesday so they're not doing a lot of holding any inventory, but but normally that's really their job is to kind of buffer that demand between the manufacturers and the retailers which raised me to the question of. A great gun and I- horrible miscalculation of how many of them are going to be in demand. What's going on with the Python? You know same deal or make it as many as we can. It's You know it's been a great success. It really has we've had You know some are really some early. It was really limited to a couple of guns, but some early guns that had some teething issues. Let's say but other than that. It's been a great launch and that's the number one problem. We have the number one problem with the python his. We can't get enough of them out there and we're making them every day. We've been kinda fortunate in this Kobe situation where we really haven't had any long-term shutdowns, we had a couple of days here and there, where we wanted to move things and kind of segment, some things or Or to look for safety and the plant, but other than that We've been really fortunate. We haven't had any shutdowns. We've been producing guns all throughout the all throughout the the Q. To so we've I mean this point. We've probably in the neighborhood of about ten thousand pythons, but you wouldn't know that if you're looking for one on the shelf because they seem to be just absolutely unavailable in, and it's the same deal you know. The distributors get on on Tuesday and shipping them out on Wednesday to the dealers. The dealers were still at this point where they have their list of kind of back orders. They're right there. Just you know as soon as they get that gun in. They're calling the next guy in line and giving it to him, so my advice. Everybody's just be that list. That's the best way to go here. It's going to be. Put money down beyond. Don't dislike Oh when you get one and I wanted no go ahead. Put an order down. Get your money down and get on the list, and then you know just. It's kind of like getting suppressor. Just get your order in a way to while because it'll show up at some point, your paperwork will show up on your suppressor and this case your python will show up and then you'll be happy. When does. That's right that's right, and and we promise faster than the ATF, so you know it'll be faster than. Just. Do we call that a low bar? To buy them, and then you just forget you even bought them and eventually get the paperwork and you go pick it up, okay? Yeah, that's good. Thank you so much for for Clare Define. This and I'm glad to. Have you guys back in the? They are a market. Although you never were out. At least we know now. At least they're out there for people well as much as anything is out there for people these days, crazy man. Appreciate. Thank you all right. You take care all right eight six six talk gun. I'm glad that they are doing this. This is great, and also.

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"extricably" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

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"extricably" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"It's also within the city like is somebody. Who grew up, I was ten when the raptors were born and to me the raptors were as big as the Leafs, but that's not the way they were discussed. That's you know it was if you liked basketball, you were like doing something not I don't want to glamorize it and say it was radical, but it was marginal like you felt marginalized and there are, you know, it's like any championship or near championship Iran. There's been lots of bound Wagoner's coming on which is fine, the more people that get to have a good time as long as it's safe is great, but to the people who always treated the raptors as equals to the Leafs, and I would say, and maybe it's too close for me, but like my sort of peer group. That's how it felt like people who were town. Or twelve when the raptors were born and had Fouts some sort of ownership over the franchise and some sort of stake in the franchise this happening. Not just to compare it to the Leafs. But this marginal thing becoming something of such huge importance is just it's seemed so improbable, and that makes it so meaningful, if that I don't know, if that makes a ton of sense. But that's how it feels to me. I will say this. I have a terrible sense of balance my center of gravity is up in my chest. So when I tried to play hockey, I was terrible at it. I was really lousy -squitoes a lot of people like that in this country. But for most of the people in this country, the number one participation sport is hockey. It is our religion. It is wended into what it means to be Canadian, not only at the rinks, but by the beer, companies. And by every advertiser and by every small town across the country that's got its own rink hockey is what we do. And it is tied beyond that in extricably to us sense of being Canadian. And if you are like I grew up loving hockey I grew up being a fan of the Vancouver Canucks. I just couldn't play. But if you're blue loving basketball which I did because my dad loved both and he taught me both. Tommy love both. You were something different. It would just wasn't. It was like these little tribes. It wasn't like secret societies. But it just you were in a different place than most of the other kids and over all these years when they got these two teams. And we lost one of them I used to be a partial season ticket holder for the Vancouver Grizzlies. Basketball was still not the thing. The people who were making television programming decisions advertising buying decisions everything grew up as hockey fence. They didn't grow up as basketball fans and what's happened over twenty four years. Is this team as we've discussed went from being this novelty to this exciting new thing to this disappointment to this very successful joke? And what's happened now? Is finally for the first time in our lifetimes. If you grew up loving the sport. It's the biggest game in town. This is the thing in this country right now. And there are four to five million people watching it on television, which is a number reserved not even for the Stanley Cup final forget that without a Canadian team. You don't get that in the Stanley Cup final. But you're you're talking this is what a great Cup, which is a national thing. Gets is what a Super Bowl gets and. It is something where all of a sudden basketball matters in this country at the highest level. And I think that's why you see viewing parties, not just outside this arena, because they're six seven million people within a half hour's drive of here. Of course, you can get fifteen thousand people outside the arena, but you see it not only in the suburbs..

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"extricably" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on KTRH

"Angel dispatcher will locate you applications to video capability allows us to see your surroundings and the geo. Location, capability allows us to send first responders fear exact location to physically rescue if necessary visit the store today and download tundra swan guardian angel. And welcome back to Costa. Coach, George Dory with you were back with Michael telling jurors we talk about ancient and vanished civilizations. We're talking now about what's going on in southern Africa? The Nakae Michael, we're talking about so called advanced technology. Let's get back into that our advanced wasn't. Georgia, this Israeli the advanced technology that they were using Fanta Townsend years ago, Israeli at touching the creation, and that comes down to resonance frequency sound does three aspects that really is the source of everything. Everything is vibrating frequency. Many of you listen, as well informed will know what I'm talking about. Everything has its prime resonance frequency. Everything comes out of some sort of promo deal source of creation, goal at greater gods. And people have different names for it, and it comes out of a field of consciousness. It's not an accident. And, and by the way, this is also what actual combat in my lectures. And I'm digressing a little bit because it's really important to see how everything is connected. This is really important. You cannot separate entity from anything else because the moment you do that, you missed the new miss the ball. You don't see how things are connected and people than done gross things. So the advanced technology of the ancient is all to do. Assad resonance and frequency. And you know that, that's really the leading edge of military and weaponry today is sound basic -nology sound, and Sazor technology, we've gone beyond laser technology. And this is what these guys we using and that's really important for us to grasp the moment you build a stone, circle, not a square or or other angular structures. Most importantly, very basic stone circle. You've created a free energy device. That's done circle. It self amplifies the natural frequencies of this, it becomes an amplify for the frequency that come out of the us, and that's exactly what these guys doing. So what had happened is that the discovery of the stunt circles in South Africa? And Bob way that's really where they are ten million of them. Scott it to out South African million of them ten million million. Possibly more and this is why I now say with absolute confidence in my mind and my heart saying that southern Africa, specifically saw Africa is the home of the largest concentration of stone, ruins anyway, on us. You know, they might be elsewhere, and they don't they have done circles in Europe and in Ireland, all across north America, South America across the Middle East and east all over the world. Even on on on. Oh, god. I forget the name dislande with all the, the dang stuff. The each island on even on Easter Island this done circles that have been damaged and and, and pretty much removed. But no way you find them as obvious and evident and as old and as clearly visible as you find them in South Africa. And in such large quantities in clusters, so we dealing with giant technology, and what has happened that the discovery of the stunt so it goes in South Africa. And my work is really led to opening the gate and that was the prime that was the that was the the the trigger point to recognize what all the other. Engine structures on earth, actually were, because just like stunned circles are not dwellings for people or cows as a modern historians, and modern archaeologists still claim very ignorantly that these were built as dwelling so people capital call them in South African history books. They still call them kinda crawl. You know, these are built for cows. Hardly. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. The cine kind of, you know, stand up stand up comedy kinda moment. So, wow. If they ten million of these circles, built cows, how many of these guys have. But we're at the tools for some of this technology. I mean surely they needed some equipment. Yes. And once again, you know, when you start dealing with advanced technology when you deal with resonance with, with Cesar being technology that kind of stuff, you don't need fancy quick. You don't need fancy technology and that comes into recognizing how bodies mimic. And in fact, how buddies advanced technology how is in the cells in in buddies how it functions specifically the is and is, and I find gland how the key, the sensory organs that we have in our buddies, such advanced technology that all connected to sound resonance frequency, and how we see how we mimicking nature and bio mimicry is one of the key elements in design and, and engineering today, and whether it's architecture the. Whether it's technology in military, or whatever by mimicry is one of the areas that is that is vigorously explode. And so when you work with sound and you realize that you don't need such fancy technology, because sound is really propelled through vibration frequency. And we use this resonance principle in silicon bicyc- -nology, which is what we today, the most advanced technology, we have in computers and quantum computing and all of that. So you can buy technology with with with with court crystals et cetera. That, that hold vibration, that, that hold information that stole knowledge, so information still digital data, and, and your listeners know that the same with water water and crystal very awful natural devices, or natural things around us that, that, that work with that sound reasons frequency that, that can be used and. So you don't need fancy looking tools. Like we imagine, you know, like a laser beam gun has to be this fancy looking shiny metal, and that's where we get it wrong the moment you start at this is why the ancients built everything out of rock, everything imaginable. Think about all the ancient structures all the ancient architecture, all engine all build out of rock because rock is filled with courts, it all rock on earth. Has you know, fifty to ninety percent or ninety nine percent of course of crystals of silica in it, which is really the substance of makes up silicon based technology today. So the ancient civilized ancient temples ancient permits. All the stone circles all the barber door whether it's whether it's go, basically tippy, whether it's sun circles, whether it's sex hormone all these ancient sites, actually. And the pimples in Egypt, great examples, and the temples across ultra Persia, which is Iran, when you start looking at them, you realize these ancient machines that were built on a gigantic scale that we can't imagine today, 'cause we quite everything with money and say, well, we wouldn't be enough money to build it. Well in the engine times. And when the under- Nacchio and these other creatures and these beings, building, these ancient sites, they didn't have money, money was created to live and slave until humanity. So we've got to look at these ancient sites with a completely different speculative in times, money was not a restriction or a hurdle to creating and, and building things. Do they unfortunately we can't imagine building anything unless we have a huge amount of money? Now, when you start looking at these ancient temples and realize that these giant machines giant silicon circuit boards and energy generating devices, all the term and that cetera and the stone circles were really for me, personally the. The unquestionable primary trigger point for recognizing how old is ancient sites, work with sound resonance, frequency, and not just sound reasons and frequency, but also the frequency of light, and the sound frequencies attached to like, and starting to understand, how sound and light in extricably and connected to each other, and how both those were used as driving forces and, and, and the drivers for these ancient sites. Are these created by e technology unquestionably or technology that we certainly lost, or that has been removed from the system and, you know, every time they seem to be a civilization restart or reboot, where people's minds of consciousness is wiped and we we're removed either with flood or through some other weird frequency sweep that, that basically. Wife's on memory clean. So we contra member, who we are where we come from and why we here, and this is why we remain species with them easier, and we just little babies waking up and rediscovering oldest amazing stuff in rediscovering ourselves. And how powerful we are Bothell we are as beings with all this technology built into our buddies. I mean, we are walking talking Merkel's of nature, you know, we should be able to manifest with our eyes and our sounds mile you should be able to manifest. Everything we think about and everything we imagine, but that ability is being removed because of the manipulation of the species, and creating of the slave species to be 'obedient subsidies and just follow orders, and get the gold out of the ground and grow the food and done us questions, if you ask questions, you get removed okay, or whatever wiped out smited as the bible with goal. She ask too many questions. I was Mike you and your family and your descendants. Seven generations. Michael, tell us the significance of the power of three six nine which they call the tesla code. What is this? Oh, this is this is just beautiful. This is, you know, many people keep referring to, to Nikola, tesla and clearly was a brilliant mind. He can very close to, to pretty much freeing the world from the from the slavery. But unfortunately, it was not his time and not his journey his his journey by the looks of it. Nas seems to be just to give us the foundation and give us the direction and, and he gets saying that we six nine is the you know, the secrets of the universe. I cut it sitting in three six nine and, and for anyone that studies Roybal or vortex Ortho ocean field of what ex max were realize that three six nine other fundamental numbers of dourson field of vortex. Mastic -nology. And that's when it starts off all into place. And in fact, I also be talking about this connection between three six nine and the freemasons and the logo, or the symbolism of the freemasonry symbol, which is inextricably, in my opinion. Now connected to the deep knowledge and the knowledge that was held by the Templars bullets all the temples that within bossed onto the freemasons as many people be aware of and, and how knowledge of three six nine or toward or tourist technology Royal technology, some people vo-tech or torsion field technology, all the same stuff all comes down to toil field, because everything in this reality of us in this in this reality on earth, and the universe in this reality, we call our universe is based on Royal fields everything manifest in the Royal shape to home. And, and therefore, everything is governed by the, the, the, the numbers or the, the, the geometry of the field. And in. Mathematics. It's been it's been quantified in the number three six nine number nine being the, the prime number that drives it and, and many people will know as well that, that research is hundred years ago was showing I'm talking about modern researches obviously, the guys in the ancient times, Neil, this narrow any new, but how did it get lost?.

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"extricably" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"If you ever say, I have black friends. That's what that means. I have black friends I hired black people. But when it comes to all this stuff, you see all this stuff. You see on TV when you see blacks and whites together, it makes my blood boil because that's just not the way a Christian is supposed to live. Oh god. And two thousand nineteen. That is the year we live in and that and quite literally he did put his hood right back on after that didn't he didn't need to while. They don't need hoods anymore. They just say this shit hit and they back to that. He felt comfortable saying that to low reporter of a major newspaper in a giant city. He this is this. He this is how support how much support he has felt in his life for this position. I thought something like it's like ninety seven percent white three percent black in this town or something like that. It's just a little white haven for. Yeah. Very cest. There's a little roar rural city that doesn't that hasn't gotten. It hasn't heard the news that we're not doing racism anymore in in this country Lord. But it's Jesus that's why the point to me is that this is in extricably linked to the religion. It's not just a, you know, it's one thing if you're if you're just hateful, but you're not just hateful. Your justifying it through your religion. And that is it's so mind boggling to me because like how how many generations does it take? It's been a hundred and fifty years since the emancipation proclamation. Yeah, it's been it's been fifty years since they got rid of Jim crow laws. Right. We gotta catch up people. Yeah. The south especially the bible belt. But that's why it correlates when when you look at like, the most racist parts of the country, and you look at the most religious parts of the country. The Vendee Graham is a circle. Yeah. It is the same. And the religion is the problem. Yeah. Well, well, if you guys have anything you'd like to say about any of all of this. You can write to us podcast. Thank.

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"extricably" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To see you just give us a bit of a sense of the relationship and people say that the dollar is grind zero. Of course, when it comes these trade discussions, give some contacts in terms of that relationship between China and strata and just having extricably linked day are. Golic. The the importance of relationship conned really be overstated trying to resolve strain the largest trading pop IV. We take a look at one of the most significant companies on the HP the big minor about more than half of its product goes to China. So the health of China and the outcome of this tried to speak with the US is is really sensual. And this is something that the Reserve Bank has mentioned in previous statements when talking about the trade tensions between the US and China. Very very closely. But just getting a few more headlines from the Reserve Bank stipends here. The thanks for the jobs improvement is likely to be needed to reach that CPI targets the jobs, the labor market here on Australia is, of course, a reasonably strong domestic uncertainty remains and it's subdued price pressures remaining in the economy as well. Now, I didn't mention that inflation Tigers diabe does see improving one of the reasons that is important to hold on for visiting the results of the election is that the opposition labor party, which leads in the polls as not ruled out revisiting that inflation target for the Reserve Bank of Australia. It's a does win on the eighteenth. So perhaps wise flus Bank to keep its powder. Dry a white for the outcome of that election, and we will be hearing more from the this week on Friday will release. It's totally second monetary policy. We'll get a much clearer picture. End of his expectations around glory and play shin going forward. Maybe.

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"extricably" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Poetry, thirst rip one into my mouth, drip, Opole poor poem freshly rung from the OAS directly into my mouth. I feel like we're done now with the segment I feel like that was upon just closed out the poetry quarter. So play the home improvement thing. And we'll we'll move on. I should what if there was a I could make a home improvement remix that was sort of like kind of fresh kind of like poetry kind of. Snaps. Don't be doing that. But what's up home? I'm so glad that you've mentioned jazzy. Oh, okay. Because our next poets from DJ jazzy, Jeff is a big jazz enthusiasts. Okay. And his name is Robert Pinski, Robert Pinski. I know that name he was the poet laureate from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand that's almost certainly not. His name. He was also in an episode of the Simpsons. Maybe that's it. There's an episode where Lisa goes to college. And she goes to a poetry reading that Robert Pinski is reading that. I may be thinking of salute your shorts. I think there was a cow Penske. Yes to wasn't. He like the cool kid came in and like season three. Like had a saw. I remember his interrupted. He like had a sausage. They was like really excited about summer sausage. Yeah. Weird show, but this is a different guy. Yeah. It is turns out all right. So he has written nineteen books. Most of what your poetry, and he is a former saxophonist that says that being a musician was profoundly influential in his interest in poetry that makes. I mean, it makes so much sense that it's almost obvious like the two are so I feel like in in in extricably link. Exactly. Yeah. And I read an interview with him where he talks a lot about musicality. And why that's you know, a really inspiring part of poetry for him part of being poet laureate. We've talked about this before Irun interviewer. He said, there's actually no, you know, explicit requirements of the job. But he really kind of leveraged that opportunity to really expand the reach of poetry. So he created an online course called the. Of poetry, which is available to the public and has been since twenty fourteen just for free. Yeah. That's incredible. Yeah. He so he is a professor at Boston University. And so he used that platform to kind of share the course, but each little lecture part of it is only like two to five minutes long. Oh, wow. Okay. C can really kind of parcel out like, you know, little pieces of interest, depending on where you are. The course if you read the course ascriptin, it says, the course has the underlying principle that the more, you know, about an art the more pleasure. You will find in it. And so you can find all these videos if you searched for the art of poetry. So what are you which which of his his poem? I just wanted. I haven't had a poem in book in six months, I'm dying. I also wanna talk about this other great thing. He did when he was poet laureate. Which was he started the favorite poem project, which is favourite palm dot org. Thousands of Americans from varying backgrounds had the opportunity from every state to share their favorite poems..

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"extricably" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Looking I suppose beyond this particular tussle, although of they aren't extricably linked and the next two years of Trump's administration in the context of the the loss of his of the Republican party's majority in the house of representatives. And how does that panel? First of all clear, Trump only survives until two thousand twenty. If he rips the system apart by firing more because the Russian vest Gatien will get Trump if Moore stays in place. So if that happens what Trump has done it's more than a question of the Democrats in the house of representatives and the Republicans in the Senate Trump is going to try to rule by executive order. He's not going to go through congress. He's going into the courts we've seen this on another front already yesterday. When Trump is moving to end asylum from lions now that is probably a move which is unconstitutional, but he will press on with it. Because at this point Donald Trump is positioned himself that he cannot coexist with the American system as it stands either. The system wins out or Trump wins out. No in between. Okay. Scott lucas. Thank you very much for joining us on today's globalist. All cities have areas at the locals love for their food and drink offerings and Monaco's food neighborhood series. We get to some people some this week we head to s Collino in Rome. This very central rather scruffy area has long been famous for its lively market treating people and flavors from all over the world. There are however plenty of Italian influences here to creating quite an appetizing urban mix our guide today's Monaco's, Rome. Correspondent David pleasant Rome's s Queen district get sits name from the escalation hill on which the stans one of the famed seven hills of the ancient city. S Queen that we see today is the result of a grand planning and construction boom that came when ROY was made capsule of the nearly unified Italy at the end of the nineteenth century now somewhat scruffy, but grandiose blocks and wide straight streets dominate the area and give it plenty of contrast to much of Rome's quaint village like historic center being.

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"extricably" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"In America and tell you deal with media in the big tech companies and corruption government, nothing's going to change. It's just that simple. I was just highlighting during the first segment. I want to see Jailani Hussein an Islamophobe meeting at Saint Cloud state university. Again, there's about thirty people there, and the first speaker, of course, was a woman that was trying to link Christians in white people to the KKK and let me make make distinction here. So you can understand regardless if they called themselves Christians are not nobody rebuked the religious hypocrites more than Jesus Christ himself did. So matter of fact, the very people that claimed that they belong to God. And the seat of Abraham the Pharisees of the day. They were the ones that were responsible for crucifying Jesus Christ. So don't forget it and also read Second Corinthians eleven fourteen when you get a moment, and we are to judge them by their fruits and Matthew seven sixteen. We're not to judge them by what they declare. They are what they're doing because the enemy likes to corrupt the fruits, and he wants to deceive you into believing that it's Christians doing it. Now. A lack of Christianity going back over to j Lonnie Hussein the speaker for care Minnesota, the meeting was based on nothing, but farce in bias again, they put themselves in a position of being the victim. And I've shared with you on that front as well. It's totalitarianism. They don't have the shield. They in fact, have the spear. It's interesting to note, Mr. Jailani Hussein kept talking about our democracy as well, folks. We're not ruled as a democracy were ruled by an employer law said John Adams, the second president of the United States of America. We are in fact, they constitutional Republic. And this is exactly what these people are confused because the presupposition is that there is no God. And if there is it's their false gods. And folks just just for the record when you open the doors to this kind of falsities concerning false gods coming into America. They're not here to simulate they're here to conquer. And if you read Isaiah. I'm sorry. Judges five eight you'll see that when there's other gods within the gate, there's going to be war. And this is why there's warfare. They are playing the victims. When in fact, they're the ones trying to conquer and there are people in this country that are not gonna put up with it. You'll find out more about that concerning the topic after the first hour hear up and coming on our two. I also wanted to share with you that. Jailani Hussein of the spokesperson for care, Minnesota, which again is HAMAs terrified group as we all know, and we all know that they're here to conquer. And they've infiltrated the United States of America. There's no question about it with that said, they also Mr. Hussein did bring up a point of how the Muslims are basically being called out because of websites that are calling out these Muslim groups that are in in fact hair tied again, there's groups in America that are not putting up with this. And what they're doing is. They're going to their websites and finding out on their websites that you can in fact, find out where these Muslim groups that are attempting to infiltrate in America, are well, Mr. Hussein wanted to make it a point that it's because of these sites that many Muslims in the United States of America have been targeted and then in his confusion, he blurts out that you know, going. Over to the hate group found the hate group list found on SPIC southern poverty law center's hate group list. He started the highlight those in Minnesota. But what he forgot do you remember friends sometime ago? Actually, I wrote this article back in June twenty six of two thousand fifteen so we're going back to probably two thousand fifteen here. But do you remember when Floyd Corcoran's a homosexual activists walked into the lobby of the Family Research Council back in two thousand twelve forgive me? But Floyd Corcoran's, a homosexual activist. He went into the Family Research Council in August of two thousand twelve with a semi automatic pistol and a backpack filled with a one hundred rounds of ammunition, and he included fifteen Chick-fil-A sandwiches Korten shot the Family Research council's security guard, Leo Johnson who then successfully subdued him before he was taken into custody during the. Interrogations. You can watch it online. If you'd like Corcoran stated that he intended to kill as many as possible and smear the Chick-fil-A sandwich is into the victim's faces. Okay. These are the people that are hiding behind the SPIC. They went to the SPS's hate group. Lists SPIC is targeting people that expose them for who they are friends as being subversive and unlawful in this country concerning what they advocate. Okay. He went to the site. He found out that Family Research was part of the SPS's hate group list. He got the address he drove over to Family Research, and he intended to kill one hundred people. Okay. And then smear Chick-fil-A sandwiches and they're on their on their corpses. And their faces Corcoran stated that he wanted to kill as many as possible and smeared the Chick-fil-A sandwiches in victim spaces. Prosecutors said that Corcoran's plan to leave the F C after the attack and go to another conserve conservative group a lawful group to continue the reign of terror a handwritten list of three other groups was found with Corcoran's belongings and investigation of Corcoran's computer found that he identified targets on the southern poverty law center's website. So Mr. Jilani Hussein in this woman that was extricably linking whites and Christians to the KKK. They might want to do a little homework before they use the SPCA some sort of defense. Also, keep in mind, the SPIC why they have not been charged for this. I know not why. But Mark potok the director of intelligence over at the SPIC stated sometimes the press will describe us as monitoring hate groups. And so on hate crimes, and so on I wanna say plainly that our aim in life is to destroy these groups they just hold on themselves to completely destroy them. See this is the old Joseph Goebbels tactic accused the other side of what you're guilty of in. Folks. I want to remind you that they are going to the colleges throughout the United States of America. And they are brainwashing. The younger people that somehow they're the victims, apparently, Mr. Jailani Hussein forgot about this Muslim crossroads in Saint Cloud. Just down the street for more. We were yesterday were Muslim dressed up as a security guard, and he took two nights one for each he began to stab people that refuse to. Advocate or confess that Muhammad Allah was God. And of course, an off duty police officer shot him dead right down in there. Or maybe he forgot about one hundred Somalians that were at valley fair during police appreciation day last month where they broke through the gates the park had to be evacuated. It was said that these young Somali teenagers and young adults all men, by the way, we're terrorizing children and families. Helicopters had to be brought in over two hundred sixty two police were on the scene. Folks. Now, one word of the responsible party, not one word of the responsible party. I said. Was brought forth on the local CIA controlled media. Not a word. Or maybe they forgot about. I don't know. Maybe Jailani Hussein forgot about the Muslims that.

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"extricably" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Suppresses the east coast of the US. This is going to be a storm. That's going to be a very large one far larger than we've seen and perhaps decades thirty years on police in Australia reopen a murder case after a whodunit podcast and one of the biggest ever studies is underway into the world's mushrooms. You're listening to the BBC World Service. Neil Nunez with the BBC news. The jailed former Brazilian president the reason as Lula da Silva has stepped aside to allow his running mate Fernando Haddad to stand in next month's elections. The Workers Party made the announcement outside the jail where Lulu is having a twelve year sentence for corruption has Brazil correspondent, Katie Watson. Newly being allowed to run was always going to be a long shot under Brazil's clean slate law. A candidate is unable to run for office. If they have a criminal conviction that's being held on a pale. Leila's now off his supporters to vote for financial dad, but the former Sao Paulo will have a hard job trying to win all of Lewis support since the announcement the parties adopted a new slogan Hadad is Lula. There's no clearest signal that the country's most popular politician is still in the minds of millions. The president of the European Commission's. Janklow Janka is expected to unveil plans to turn the e you into a most serious player in global politics. When he delivers his annual state of the union address in Strasbourg, the centerpiece will be a proposal for a free trade deal between Europe and Africa. Adam Fleming has more even though it's losing a member next year JEAN CLAUDE Juncker will say it's time for the EU to take his place at the top table of global powers. You propose a new Africa Europe alliance based on cooperation not charity leading to a continent to continent. Free trade agreement you recommend the euro be used more strategically as the biggest currency after the dollar, and he'll urge countries to give up their national vetoes and some areas of foreign policy, and e you diplomats said that would prevent China blocking European diplomacy with a call to just one Member States. The most powerful storm in nearly three decades to threaten the Carolinas states on the US east coast is expected to strengthen over the next few hours officials are warning that hurricane Florence described as a Munster poses a serious danger to human life with winds of more than two hundred kilometers. In are the hurricane is predicted to make landfall on Friday. President Trump said federal and state authorities are well prepared any amounts of money, whatever it takes to do. But we're all. Ready set up. We have tremendous trucking systems we have food systems. We have contractors waiting, but for the most part it's been handled by famous also weighed coordinated locally, we should be a great the only working airport in the Libyan capital Tripoli is out of action again on days after it. Reopened rockets were fought in the direction of my airport late and to stay an armed faction controlling it said there were no casualties or damage but flights are being diverted to MS rutta nearly two hundred kilometers away. World news from the BBC. A new law criminalizing sexual violence and harassment is coming into force in Morocco. The law follows growing concern in recent years about abuse against women Moonavar is in were that then you criminalizes forced marriage cyber harassment and sexual harassment in public spaces. It also increases penalties for some forms of violence. Independent code one committed within the family. Violence against women, especially in public has become a hot issue in Morocco after a series of incidents of sexual harassment were highlighted by social media and rights groups have applauded the new law, but critics are saying it fell short of expectations anti corruption demonstrators in Guatemala have caused congress to suspend proceedings. Dozens of police looked on as noisy protesters vented their anger against the decision of president Jimmy Morales not to renew the mandate of the international commission against impunity in Guatemala. Critics say the action is designed to protect president Miranda's from corruption allegations court in Peru has given a second life sentence to the jailed leader of the Shining Path rebel group. I've been my Olga smog was found guilty of orchestrating bomb attack that killed twenty five people in Lima in one thousand nine hundred to nine other former Maoist leaders. Were given life sentences. I'll be maiocco smart who is eighty three as spent the last twenty six years in jail. Pro-whaling nations, led by Japan Iceland. Norway have blocked attempts to create a whale sanctuary in the south Atlantic. A proposal to protect the endangered mammals failed to get the necessary two-thirds majority among the eighty nine countries represented at a fractious meeting of the International Whaling Commission in Brazil and fundamental campaign is outraged at the outcome. BBC news. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me, Alex Richardson Hadad for president. That's the new chance of the Workers Party in Brazil. And it's a chance they've had to change because up until a few hours ago. The from China was jailed former President Lula da Silva has been leading the opinion polls for months he's now decided that he won't try to fight the election from behind bars after all after the electrical ruled last week that he couldn't stand and should remove his name from the party ticket. He's now passed the mantle to his running mate Fernando her dad, he told crowds that he would win the election in the name of Lula. We're going to win this election. The name of Lula of the Brazil's Thomas party, social organizations, and in the name of Brazil because Brazil deserves this victory on the twenty eighth. We'll celebrate democracy in Brazil lonely democracy. Renew LA long-lived resilient people. Now, South America correspondent Katie Watson is in Brasilia Nick miles asked her about the likelihood that Lewis supporters will vote for Mr. Haddad. That's the challenge on the Workers Party's hands. Because finan had dads is a former minister of education on the Lula and his successor gym recess. He's a former mayor of Sao Paulo. But when you go further, north, northeastern, Brazil, some of the poorest areas of Brazil, and the support Lula is the strongest that's where he struggles to be as recognized. So the Workers Party now has to try and convince those people he wanted to vote for Lula to instead vote for her dad's in fact is now this new slogan that the parties adopted which is her dad is Lula. So basically saying if you weren't gonna vote Thursday dad, he's a victory sane person. And that's the way that he can become president. And how will people in Brazil feel about that g think the? The fact that Lula is in prison and yet he's tied in extricably with Mr. Hadad. Well, Lula's out of the race. But he is a familiar presence in these elections, certainly in the influence. He'll be a big influence in the campaign for Hadad. Is both loved and hated for the supporters of Lulu sports is the work is part of he's key and be able to get head dad's into the second round. Which is what's necessary. First round is not tell nicb over the seventh second round on October, the twenty eighth now the latest polls that came out just this evening show that still the far-right candidate Jibal scenario supports resins. Twenty six percent dodgy isn't doing too badly. His shares risen to eight percent. Other candidates is see mesh. I remain full. So he is gaining. But he's still got a long way to go. And that's what the Workers Party realizes. They got a lot of work to do to get his name as recognizable. Somebody Casey Watson in Brasilia Russia is carrying out its largest military exercises since the Cold War that taking place in the far east. I spoke to our correspondent Steve Rosenberg has got a front row seat in Virata not far. From the border with Mongolia. The military today is shown as one drill and anti-aircraft drill. They were shooting down targets using s four hundred s three hundred missile systems. This is one of nine training grounds where Vostok two thousand eighteen is taking place. And yes, the Russians say that this is the largest military exercise in the country for nearly forty years where the numbers are incredible. They're talking about thirty six thousand tank genomic vehicles thousand aircraft eighty ships and supply vessels nearly three hundred thousand Russian soldiers which that that accounts for nearly one third of the entire Russian armed forces. Now, some military observers have suggested that those numbers are purposely inflated exaggerated. But even if that is the case the fact that these are the official numbers being used by the defense ministry here. I think says a lot about the the message that Moscow wants to send out and that messages, I think undoubtedly Russia as a superpower, which has the best weapons, which is well trained well equipped, and is very mobile, and because of the tension that we see growing between Moscow and United States, Moscow and NATO it's clear that that message is designed first and foremost, I think for for the west for western governments and Moscow has an interesting partner on the military training failed. Yeah. Absolutely. It's not just the scale. That's interesting. It's the guest list Chinese troops taking part more than three thousand Chinese soldiers. And that's pretty unprecedented for a Russian domestic that military exercise. And it says a lot about the strategic partnership that Moscow and Beijing are trying to. The bills at the moment. We're talking about cooperation not in the military field. But political cooperation economic cooperation to the two countries moving closer together in some senses as a counterweight to America Russia is a country under pressure of western sanctions US sanctions China is in a trade war with the United States. And the message from Beijing and Moscow is that well if you're going to put pressure on us, we're gonna move closer together. And that appears to be happening Steve Rosenberg on the Russia. Mongolia border, thirty inches of rain. And a storm surge of almost four meters. That's what officials in the United States say several states on the eastern seaboard could be facing in the coming days from hurricane Florence a state of emergency has been declared in north and South Carolina. His President Trump the safety of American people is by absolute highest priority. We are sparing no expense. Are totally prepared. We're ready. Is ready as anybody who's ever been? And it looks to me to all of a lot of very talented people that do this for a living like this is going to be a storm. That's going to be a very large one far larger than we've seen and perhaps decades..

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"extricably" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on Think Again

"She was not on board was not happy with all these young people mucking around in a her husband's admittedly, very formidable legacy. So she denied David Bowie the rights to adapt nineteen Eighty-four. And what he did is he may diamond dogs in which is a couple of songs that reference nineteen Eighty-four, including a song called nineteen Eighty-four and then wove around that his own dystopia n- tail what wound up. Up being expressed. I think in diamond dogs and that whole era is the idea that the political system in the political process were in extricably tied into and fueling the kind of technocratic race toward the future. That also was just as likely or more likely to result in totalitarianism in economic collapse. I mean, Major Tom kind of hints at a similar in the direction of a similar critique as well. Like right here we go into the brave new future, but where are we actually going and right, and this all ties into what was going on in the actual space, race and space program because in the seventies we land on the moon in nineteen sixty nine and it's rightfully this joyous and triumphant turning point in human history, but almost immediately. Early, especially as subsequent moon landings become almost commonplace right in the late sixties early seventies, it becomes a more of this question in a political talking point that hints at a bigger political issue, which is at what point do we use resources public resources to fund something like space travel, right while there are people in need and institutions in need on earth? At what point are we using public funds to build a life raft for probably not all of us, but that debates was in that point of view was something that was being factored majorly in to day-to-day pragmatic, US politics in the seventies and something that actually helped lead to this decline in public enthusiasm as doubt. And cynicism kind of crept in right to the point where in the mid seventies the space program, which if you follow, if you plotted that linearly from Apollo eleven, you seem assumed by nine hundred eighty. We'd be on Mars, right? Maybe a hotel on Mars. And of course that's not the progression that things took and David Bowie. He also drifted away from science fiction in the mid seventies singing about space singing about dystopia and began to first of all, just make blue eyed, soul, music Americans that had nothing to do with anything fantastical in that regard. Right? And then slowly begin bringing in station to station and then the Berlin trilogy which began to exhibit a kind of future ISM that wasn't blatant. It wasn't overt or or textual in the lyrics. It was something that was expressed in the methodology and the arrangement and instrumentation of the the music, it self, the instrumental parts of it. So. Joey started to realize that singing about space or singing about an oppressive near future or future that those were things that are very charged ideas and that to really get to the fundamental aspect of why people wondered about space and yearned for anything that that is science fiction only in their lives that by embodying that rather than singing about it. And by having his music actually express it in and be emblematic of it was going to be a much more profound way of expressing future ISM than doing something that could be seen as either advocating or being against what was actually happening these moving in what you might call and a political direction, getting himself out of these binary conversations. And then..

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"extricably" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Question or another dozen manner well i don i i believe that if you do original soulful stuff he added comes from an honest place here that she best business pure and people were dig at someone well but like hey like the more i takabayashi thinking about it right now with you it seems that did that that detroit with equally as important american music on some levels is new orleans in a way yeah i don't i unom my friends from new orleans will take on bridge but i'm a 100 percent with your theory his right deeper history in new orleans right but ba by bit through april history but detroit to a not immune to rock and roll after world war tear it people came from not just all over the country but all over the world to work in the auto and make those cars and they brought to cultured yet and that was the beauty of growing up and when they actually made carsie and yellow yeah right is that you heard every kind of music and when people would come together and combined the music here you'd gets incredible stuff sure i n i was really fortunate to grow up in a uh in that time yet it was a huge industry huge now yeah whom me making the cars up for the world the world motor city yeah and then there i guess i guess some of that i mean i don't know if that's more of a metaphor occur poetic idea that some of that i can invite that that groove of a young making machinery liking assembly lines i don't i don't think they're really made its way into the music necessarily his his what i think made its wind music is that everybody who's was from detroit area the time came from situation with the fate was in extricably tied to the auto business so fertile family my parents are both teachers via but if auto sales were down they lay off workers workers would move away to another city the at a fine new work here and so the be fewer kids in school so they'd layoff teaches did laugh barbara tnf waitresses everybody was on the same boat and it was really no point in putting on an.

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"extricably" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Fifty eight sixty eight good morning america here's tom attar said anger obama does six am good morning everybody third and final hour of the time anderson she'll remember you can listen to us livetom anderson showcom next up is mike gallagher nationally of new york city then of course the great michael medved in seattle national show live here in alaska then lars larson and portland and the navy dembosky locally and then of course the great my buddy jim bohannon out of washington d c now we have a regular guest who calls in i would say almost monthly we try to get it there steve goram executive director of the climate science coalition of america author of three books we're talking energy climate change sustainable development things that are very much in extricably linked to the ethos the culture our commerce here in alaska and that's one of the reasons why steve likes to call lien and talk to all of you eat sold over one hundred thousand copies of the bucks his latest book outside the green box rethinking sustainable development was released in may of this year and in steve i'll franken resigning that's the biggest deal do you think that's going to affect the oil and gas industry or of their if there is an effect it's a good riddance probably you know i really can't see what what uh i'm agreed to join adjoining again yeah thank you really see how that might affect things except that the balance of votes in the senate is important of course yeah no absolutely absolutely well well in his is his departure and as we look at the very tenuous very close with collins in our only summer kaosgl the leases on the right side for oil and gas for the most part she actually may be calling in after you this morning i just gotta taxed when we when we look at what's going on permian base in the price of crude i report on that almost every morning to the wall street journal and of course be tracking i sent you some wall street journal information on fracking let's get through some of the.

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"extricably" Discussed on The Narrative

The Narrative

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on The Narrative

"At a tale i've worked with scott has as well um worked for both the models that the model which is the family owned business which the these sports team was their primary um business and divert for you know folks like josh in david who yeah this they're really busy guys they're putting the a really big deals that are impacting the us economy on a really large scale in this is something they are passionate about something their competitive about but they let scott naidoo our work they let us um they give us the vision the resources and then um the rely on us to actually execute what how these teams were you talked about running these teams in these franchises like their business but the first thing i think of when i think of like a group or a large conglomerate owning a bunch of teams is honestly disney because i think of the you know the mighty ducks years and when they owned the orlando magic and anaheim angels since they were certainly successful financially they had those hit movies that everybody knows and loves but they weren't so great on the field necessarily so how are you guys going to balance winning and profitability the good thing is there extricably linked um you know the the profitability of franchises goes up as a team performs on the court or on the ice round the pitch and you seem we've taken a bit of a nontraditional approach to building a winning franchises and that's because we have a real longterm view in a we don't have the shortterm pressures that others might have for us at least from my perspective is is we're going to do it the right way and we're gonna build that the last and to do that we've got to be patient ethic often time harry talk about business orientation to running teams you're thinking about like you you mentioned these big conglomerates mess not their core business disney's core business wasn't running to sports dis this is our core businesses what we do and we we attract uh really highlyskilled talented people from this industry critical chair that our core competency is running teams and making them really uh focus on our fans and delivering expectations around our fans in the community's be represent so again i think it's one thing to apply.

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"extricably" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"extricably" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Kashmir's out yes so they start chanting usa and it were it was a return to the trump that many people were so excited about an at and voted for you have the republican senate bill for health care out today trump started it trump has had a strong week and i just have to reflect on how this administration has been through so much opposition so far from from the press and a from the democrats but really the press does the work of the democrat party right so those two things are symbiotic organisms they are in extricably linked they are tied together you can't talk about the press the democratic party and vice versa so they've been suggesting the president will be impeached people have brought up even the amendment that would allow for removing the president for office for it being incapacitated they yes i am i know look that that these pressures and these pitfalls have not in charlie gone away there's this special council investigation that will be continuing on but i do think it's remarkable and it's worth taking stock of it all for a moment that here we are the this is the it's the start as a starter summer yesterday here we are first year in office and it's looking like their republican party might have and i know this could all change next week with you know oh look at the story about paul manafort and russia the kremlin in other could be any number of things but you look at the uh the trajectory right now and they've thrown everything that they have at the administration they've put everything that they can up against trump and and what he's trying to accomplish and they haven't been able to stop it they they haven't shut him down they have in turn ethic even more remarkable they haven't turned the american people who aren't already anti trump against him which i think is what the media has been preparing and for all along i think that's been the hope here and this special election as i said the one in georgia the sixth district that election was perhaps the moment of recognition for the democrats that the russia collusion narrative was not in fact sufficient to turn the american people enough of the american people against trump and against the republican party for the midterms now i know that that hasn't happened yet you're all for more than a year.

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