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University of Michigan paying $9.25M to abuse victims
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the university of Michigan will pay over nine million dollars to abuse victims the university of Michigan says it will pay nine point two five million dollars to eight woman who reported emotional or sexual abuse by former chief academic officer Martin filbert an investigation by a law firm hired by Michigan found filbert committed sexual misconduct during his career harassing graduate students and staff filbert spent twenty five years at Michigan rising from toxicology professor to dean of the school of public health and then provost in twenty seventeen filbert was fired in March and quit as a faculty member in June hi Mike Rossio
Breonna Taylor decision: Protesters march in Philadelphia after Kentucky grand jury ruling
"Came together last came together night to call last for police night to call reform for police reform following a Kentucky following grand a Kentucky jury's grand decision jury's in the decision shooting death in the of shooting Rianna death Taylor. of Rianna Taylor. Asking one of these Asking Justin one of noodle these Justin reports noodle reports businesses air, hoping businesses the protest air, hoping a the protest peaceful a peaceful as they they reflect reflect as they they on on how how reflect reflect they they were were affected affected on on how how they they were were by by affected affected the the violent violent by by the the protests protests violent violent and and riots riots protests protests that that took took and and place place riots riots that that took took place place earlier earlier this this year. year. earlier earlier this this The The year. year. Filbert Filbert fresh fresh The The Filbert Filbert moored moored on on fresh fresh North North moored moored 52nd 52nd on on North North Street, Street, 52nd 52nd is is one one Street, Street, of of a a number number is is one one of of of of businesses businesses a a number number of of that that businesses businesses was was broken that that into was was broken when looting into erupted when looting in West erupted Philadelphia in West Philadelphia following the death following of George the death Floyd, of George an Floyd, unarmed black an man unarmed killed black by man a white killed police by a officer. white police They took officer. a lot of stuff, They took a but, lot hey, of stuff, maybe but, bounced hey, maybe back. bounced There's back. a There's book in his a story book took in his 18 story took machine 18 machine in a cool in a creds cool and creds seafood and stuff. seafood stuff. Urban Ezekiel, Urban Ezekiel, also known as the also Fish known Man as the works Fish Man at the market, works at he the says market, they had he says to shut they down had shop to shut down for a shop week to for fix a week the damage, to fix the damage, he adds. They've he adds. since taking They've since precautions taking to precautions better secure to the better business. secure the business. Pull the gate Pull down the gate down. down They lock down. it up They lock everything. it up everything. Everything. Put Everything. everything away Put everything now, away just in case now, they just do decide in case they to do decide do that again. to do that again. Ezekiel says Ezekiel he believes says he the Philadelphia believes the protest Philadelphia for protest Briana Taylor, for Briana the black Taylor, woman the black shot woman and killed shot in her bed and killed in when her police bed served when police the warrant served at the the wrong warrant address, at the wrong will address, remain peaceful. will remain peaceful. I think they learned I think it. I they learned think they it. learned I think they learned everywhere. everywhere. No matter what No you matter do, what you do, You know, it's gonna happen You know, it's gonna happen happen happen in West Philadelphia, in West Philadelphia, Justin Ludo Justin K Y Ludo W News K radio, Y W News radio, Dr Anthony found. Dr Anthony found.
Djokovic says tennis 'big three' plan to help lowest-ranked players
"Top ranked men's tennis player Novak Djokovic says he has spoken with Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal about working with the ATP to set up a fund to help lower ranked tennis players financially affected by this pandemic filbert describe what he called a long conversation with Federer Nadal about how they could contribute and how they can help lower rank guys were struggling the most he talked about trying to amass somewhere around three to four and a half million to distribute perhaps the players rank between two hundred and seven hundred the
"filbert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Here's the kicker in nineteen forty two the court used a case called record versus filbert in infamous case for that very purpose Roscoe filbert owned and operated a small dairy farm in Ohio every year he would use a section of his land to grow weak portion of the wheat was sold a portion was fed to livestock which were also sold and a portion was used to make flour and the rest was used for seating the following year in every respect filbert sailor use of his weed occurred within and wholly and solely within the state of Ohio in nineteen forty two Philbin was assessed a penalty of one hundred seventeen dollars and eleven cents for exceeding the marketing quota established for as far it was part of the federal agricultural adjustment act of nineteen thirty eight Thorburn challenge the paneling court in the case reached the Supreme Court he said this have to do with interstate commerce incredibly justice Robert Jackson writing for a unanimous court well that Congress could regulate the amount of weight that the farmer grew on his own farm the court reasoned that Filber in sweet affected interstate commerce even though none of it ever left the state of Ohio the court's rationale was one filled bring grew excess wheat on his farm as determined by marketing quota established by the federal agricultural Jesmyn act of nineteen thirty eight to fill bring use that excess week defeat is livestock three because of the excess weight Filber one not have to purchase week on the open market for by not purchasing weed on the open market Philbin was affecting interstate commerce we believe that Mr it is because he was self sufficient that meant he would be buying wheat from others including from other states so was a ruse was a pretext to empower president Franklin Roosevelt went up hold this unconstitutional statute the agriculture as an act of nineteen thirty eight so the Interstate Commerce Clause became the Commerce Clause can hardly be denied the court wrote that a factor of such volume and viability as home consume week whatever substantial influence on price and market conditions this may arise because being a marketable condition such we overhangs the market if induced by rising prices tends to flow into the market in check price increases what if we assume that it is never market it supplies a need of the man who grew it which would otherwise be reflected by purchases in the open market home grown wheat in this sense competes with the wheat in commerce the stimulation of commerce is a use of the regulatory function quite as definitely as prohibitions or restrictions let me read that sentence to you again the stimulation of commerce is a use of the regulatory function quite as definitely as prohibitions or restrictions there are so if you look at the constitution none of this powers granted to the federal government but the federal government has been using this power since nineteen.
"filbert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The version of forty than filbert differently a broken down truck that's blocking the rails your next update coming up in less than ten minutes the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie ray another five day forecast from NBC ten first alert meteorologist Steve sasa with this afternoon expect a mixture of clouds and sunshine overall the takeaways a pleasant feel to the afternoon with a high temperature of fifty eight degrees this evening nice and quiet if you have any plans and then overnight tonight partly cloudy a low temperature of thirty nine tomorrow that mild theme continues were looking at sunshine mixing with clouds and a high temperature of sixty eight it's an umbrella day on Friday at least for the morning a few rounds of morning rain otherwise turning windy and warmer in the afternoon high temperature a balmy seventy degrees the weekend not as warm but still not a bad weekend ahead Saturday partly to mostly cloudy comfortable conditions high fifty four Sunday another nice day partly sunny cool and pleasant high temperature of fifty I'm a B. C. ten first alert meteorologist Steve sauce and with your most accurate forecast count on it it's a mostly cloudy fifty five degrees to the radio dot com world headquarters in center city we're heading to fifty eight this afternoon it's one thirty five the corona virus outbreak now the latest from KYW newsradio updates on what's going on locally in terms of the GNU corona virus we begin in New Jersey where there are several more cases reported or South Jersey bureau chief they want to use David Madden is live with the latest they've this is the first of what may be two or even three updates coming from the garden state today at about noon time governor Phil Murphy held a couple of phone calls with reporters including our sister station in New York W. C. B. S. at which he announced that there were eight new presumed coronavirus cases in the state bring the total number two twenty three that includes the one fatality announced yesterday in Bergen county of the twenty two remaining cases all but two are hospitalized that includes of course the one patient hospitalized in cherry hill the governor and did not mince words saying quite frankly that while there is in the backlog in dealing with some of the testing that's being done he's saying there's really not a problem with getting the test two people it's getting them processed once in fact the to get that done now there will be another briefing from state officials on the numbers and those numbers may in fact change and that's expected in about two o'clock this afternoon although to be candid witty and some of these briefings have been held later than expected so whenever the numbers come in we'll certainly let you know R. David appreciate the updates and I want to tell you about.
Los Angeles: QB Philip Rivers To Leave Chargers, Enter Free Agency:
"The Philip rivers thing is really interesting because there's a whole bunch of things going on number one. The chargers need to find a new quarterback. The chargers need to find somebody to kind of become their guy here in this city. Philip rivers is may or may not play again where does he go and and then there's just the totality of Philip rivers career at this point. He's I think he's going to get in the hall of fame. Because it feels like good quarterbacks get into the hall of fame but he his career is a little bit of a mixed bag because he's the numbers are great. They've won a bunch of games but they've never been to the Super Bowl. I think they've only been in the AFC championship the game. Once in his career he played a long time he sees it one of those. It's really really nice and this is the thing about La. I know allies career is is a mixed bag to but there are two super bowl. Wins in that thing. There's a bunch of Nice long play offerings. Philip rivers has really never had that. I'm wondering if he's low key odor. The Matt Stafford met staffer when he does say goodbye is going to have some healthy numbers. And he's not going to have very much postseason success. And he's GonNa kind of be a guy and I know that doesn't sound like a good thing to say about Philip rivers because he's had occurred as better better than Stafford but the reality is that he's going to be remembered in the same grouping as Matt Stafford big numbers. No postseason success. Yeah you think about it. I mean ah you. Let's do the game real quick. Best Charger quarterback rivers is not Dan. Fouts Philip Rivers for me like Dan. fouts is still the guy that oh I think of when just off the top of my head and Philip Rivers has had a really nice career but he to me and make me. I mean you said Philip Rivers I but to me. It's still Dan fouts. Stan Humphries freeze is not the best quarterback in charge. He's not going to the super bowl super bowl so it's not the best ever which I think fouts is that guy and if you're not the guy that took him to the Super Bowl who are where are you in this whole thing and oh by the way. There's this whole element which absolutely sucks Philip rivers. I'm not a charger fan. I'm not not necessarily a Philip rivers fan but it sucks that they're the dude is homeless in a football sense and I'm not talking about where he goes with. Its indie or Miami or Tampa. He doesn't belong belong to anybody anymore because the chargers came to La Nobody in La Cares about Philip rivers as a football player. We don't have any history with him. We don't have any great. I remember seeing Filbert's do x Y and Z people. People Sandiego certainly do lay there anymore. And he doesn't even play for that team anymore. He's down the road. So who does he belong to at this point. He belongs to the San Diego chargers which don't exist anymore lousy guy that's had that career should have a home forever and he won't
University of Michigan provost placed on leave amid sexual misconduct probe
"Senna a high level of sexual misconduct investigation is under way at the university of Michigan the provost of the university Martin filbert is on leave after allegations of sexual misconduct the university president sent out an email the president said the university received allegations of sexual misconduct by doctor filbert last week and they began an immediate investigation the university statement says it has not received any allegations from
"filbert" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Of metal the tried location included non hazardous waste the university of Michigan has placed provost and executive vice president of academic affairs Martin filbert on administrative leave following allegations of sexual misconduct U. of M. president March listal continues to urge any students who have sexual misconduct complaints to come forward W. W. J. news time eight fifty one country music star Blake Shelton is up for a Grammy Award this year he spoke with the host of CBS this morning this week in a row to the Grammy series were hanging out with some of this year's nominees so Blake Shelton is nominated for song god's country he's also part of the music power couple with his partner when Stefani they will be performing together for the first time this song at Sunday's Grammy awards so we joined Blake Shelton at a recording studio in Los Angeles a couple weeks ago it may seem farfetched not long ago country superstar Blake Shelton didn't think this day would come and now here I am with the recent Grammy nomination that's right Blake Shelton couldn't imagine any more hit songs in his future I just kind of fell out well that window close that that Tom came in when it was Blake Shelton having a pity party for himself I don't think so I mean it is as strange as that sounds it was just a how do I fit in it anymore what are you talking like you're on the down side of your career do you feel that I think I just feel like one of these days people are going to wake up and go been doing this for twenty years that's enough but just a year ago I was working on his ranch in Oklahoma user sent a demo of a new song called god's country I just completely lost myself in this moment listening to this song and the second time I played at my heart started pounding and what it did was make me go then I want to do this he recorded god's country just a few days later he said the first time you heard that song no more it's a great song it gave them a chill through his body a little we connected it instantly and said I have got to do this and so I thought was interesting talking about I'm not late to the Blake Shelton party I've loved him for a really long time like him and his music he said but I thought my time and passed the voice became a game changer Fuhrman people discovered him in a brand new way brand new and they can't twenty seventeen only in the dogs yeah the parties he's got a lot of good stuff and you'll never guess who popped in while I was talking to talking to Blake to say hi yeah I'm still doing hi Blake Blake this one so I you know good to see you soon see what happened she just happened to be in the neighborhood all ready to go once upon a it is Blake Shelton on CBS this morning on C. B. S. W. W. J. news time eight fifty for helping to change your life through aromatherapy I'm Sandra McNeil and this is made in Michigan the killing shop is just a fun place to come and get some good sense in your life's with spirit good sense with smiles whatever your problem is we have the remedy for what ails your soul that's Jackie Smith who started making candles in our home thirty years ago at the age of twenty four she eventually open the candle workshop on nine mile in Ferndale candles she says bring a little magic I have studied herbalism in aromatherapy and I realized I really like the energetic part of it rather than the medicinal part of it and so I looked at how you could put these different herbs and colors and scents together and elicit a response in somebody's life kind of like you know you use much in your house like a stage in your house to clear energy of course is not really magic we put in the color in the sense and the blessing that will trigger emotional responses in you Smith now also wholesales the candles and homes raised to shops and yoga studios nationwide mort candle workshop dot com favorite meal WWJ newsradio nine fifty W. W. Cheney's time eight fifty five time for a check on business and Larry Kaski has your Bloomberg business report stocks ended mixed a slightly higher worries returned about the potential economic impact of respiratory virus originated in China that are Jones industrial average lost ten the S. and P. five hundred added one that has that composite gained thirteen the home resale market picked up in December the national association of realtors reports of three point six percent rise in sales the best pace in nearly two years low interest rates are attracting buyers Michigan has agreed to revise decade long tax breaks for GM in exchange the automaker committed to increase spending in the state for the next ten years and to build electric pickup trucks niche oy jul labs is shrinking its footprint in San Francisco is management continues to review its operations sources say the E. cigarette maker.
"filbert" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"I'm glad Louise you're losing ground zero so Greta filbert got time magazine's person of the year okay and okay fine she got it and you know put I just thought to myself that once again we're looking at virtue signalling in a lot of ways because there are plenty of other people I mean I'm not talking about Nancy Pelosi are Donald Trump deserving that they should not have I don't care but there are others I think that if you know gone the extra mile in a lot of cases they've shown that you know the the of you know don is some revolutionary things amazing things in this world and and you know of course the the the world is for the young spontaneity is for the young and but I I think there's a fine line between the spontaneity of the young and in what they do I mean greater Thunberg is a sixteen year old Swedish environmental activist she has anger that she always puts forward frustration she has fears for the future she once you'll be afraid like her because she sees the climate you know falling apart she sees the world falling apart and she's not a scientist she's not an economist she's not environmentalist issue offers no practical solutions to the economic devastation that her ideas would because I mean he's got great passion was giver that admirable passion but it just seems to me that you know it could be put in other directions now if you go on Google when you type in read it soon you get a hundred seventy six million results for her everybody wants to know what Greta has to say there's another guy bony Boyan slat he's a twenty three year old inventor who designed the world's first ocean plastic cleanup system he was sixteen the same age as Greta when he designed he leads a group developing advanced technologies to rid the world of plastic or at least the plastic in the oceans his solution involves no economic destruction he's got the same amount of passion is Greta he's got a a great accu men for solutions but the media is not interested in him they don't care and if you go to go will get about twenty three thousand search results for him so what's different well it it's interesting the way this is going that's why I think it should be important we talk about the word this Twilight Zone moment where we're seeing this trend okay add this trend is is that you know we have a child we're having children receive the dynamic of children to adulthood changing okay the the the the climate is changing between children adults I mean if I were to be like Greta if I were demanding what I wanted it and I wanted it now and you know it's kind of like with a character from **** Wonka the chocolate I want to golden goose Daddy I want one now and that's exactly what I get from Greta that's what a teenager acts like okay sure my parents wouldn't tolerate that for me and you know they negotiate my parents wouldn't but they taught me well not to you know be like that see you are you looking great in use at all she really cares about climate change where in you know what is she doing well I yeah I know for one thing that after doing some investigation into her found out that she believed her family into being vegan and she got mad your mom told a change your career because she was using planes to get around the driving a mother's an actress or something like that so it you know that's the thing is that we're looking at the erosion of adult authority right now Greta is is a person of the year but she's also the example of erosion of adult authority that's a deeper problem I think is here is this a ward or this adoration by the climate calls in time magazine is that it you know it says this list I think this signallers sends this message that the authority of adults who is in crisis adulthood is increasingly associated with negative attributes and grown ups feel less and less able to provide guidance to their kids I mean in teachers are like telling them this and I come home and they feel like you don't care and it's not true we try to tell him the world's not going to end the think all we're just gonna do this so you're doing this because you're you're and adding to the creepiness of it all when when when Greta was you at a high profile meetings in in you know international means of you and you see all these politicians and these dignitaries that just listens were intently like what you're gonna say next which in and it's like are they really really that concerned about what a sixteen year old is saying to them and then even more creepy is a thunderous standing ovation that she gets like how dare you in his leg and there was a lot yeah keep telling us we're losers keep telling us were horrible but it just gets to a point where all this thundering standing ovation clapping and everything else just seems like it's gonna be guaranteed by the mere appearance of great it's like I'm here clap.
"filbert" Discussed on KOMO
"Seattle filbert federal building is part of a national day of action to call on the U. S. Senate to act on a pair of elections security bills those bills would provide money for states to upgrade their voting equipment and require elections to be audited Janet McLean was part of the group in Seattle she's as our elections need protection from both foreign and domestic interference several types of actions that undermine our voting system. scenes but also suppression gerrymandering all these things need to be acted on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has stalled the bill saying it would be too heavy handed for the federal government to pile on to what the states are already doing today's price a gas in Washington is three nineteen a gallon but that's up for that's going to go up as a result of the attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia come was sure Meryl has the story attacks last weekend knocked about five percent of the world's crude oil supply offline and gas prices immediately crept up around the US Kelly just with triple a Washington says the wholesale gas prices that's how much suppliers charge retailers increased overnight by twenty cents and consumers will likely see that effect at the pump over the next two weeks probably won't be a jump of ten to twenty percent but that there is likely to be a gradual increase as high as twenty cents and there's no telling how long the increase prices will last she says Washington gets about seventeen thousand barrels of oil a month from Saudi Arabia C. Romero companies only bad drivers in the rain not necessarily Jogia Mona with the driver training group says to a drivers don't do that makes a difference when the weather changes we don't change our behavior and we have bad habits are ready so in a straight out we turn the tail gate we can speak when it rains it magnifies that problem he says they train drivers to change their behavior when it rains plan for extra time bigger distances between the other cars and to go easy on the gas gym owner says if you have bad driving.
"filbert" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Sweden Greta filbert tells the AP she spent a long time thinking about how to accept invitations to you and climate summits in New York and San Diego chili later this year without becoming part of the problem we must acknowledge that we do not have situation under control number X. as it needs to be easier to be climate neutral but show forego planes and their high greenhouse gas emissions for a high tech racing yacht to cross the Atlantic the sixteen year old tweets the chill had for the U. S. from Britain next month to bring the same message she's had for her fellow students in Europe the call for mass civil disobedience to force action on greenhouse gas emissions I'm Scott Kerr nine till Johnstone SS sports good morning John we'll start off this morning with a good old fashioned Major League Baseball pennant race and in the National League east the Atlanta Braves the defending and alleys jams held a healthy five and a half game lead over the second place Washington nationals as the two teams gathered for the first game of a three game series last night and it was the **** who drew first blood thanks to an Anthony Rendon grand slam the Burkett to to tie in the sixth inning propelling Washington to a sixty three when the nationals are now for half games behind the Braves in the division elsewhere on the big league diamond Cavan Biggio hit a go ahead Homer in the eighth inning Randall Krycek and teal scar Hernandez also went deep and the blue jays beat the royal seven to three John gray pitched eight innings of one run ball for his first win in a month as the struggling Colorado Rockies beat the Los Angeles Dodgers nine to one Caleb Smith and door to bad stretch after base running adventure but recovered to pitch seven innings to help Miami Marlins beat Arizona Diamondbacks eleven to six Jose Iglesias is grand slam finished off a ten run second inning and the Reds beat the pirates eleven to six the pirates of lost nine in a row Miguel Cabrera had three RBIs and his first Homer since the fourth of July as the Detroit Tigers handled the LA angels seventy two and the San Diego Padres tied a franchise record at petco park with five home runs last night as Sandiego routed the Baltimore Orioles eight to one a couple of moves to mention as the Major League Baseball trade deadline approaches tomorrow the pirates are sending starting pitcher Jordan Lyle's back to the brewers in exchange for a pitching prospect while spent the end of the season with Milwaukee last year and the New York Mets continue to be busy reportedly agreeing to send starter Jason Vargas to the Philadelphia Phillies for a minor league catcher some F. L. news with camps opening the biggest hold out thus far is Dallas Cowboys superstar running back Ezekiel Elliott was missed the first three practices the cowboys in response have signed Alfred Morris to a deal he replaced Elliott as the starting running back back in two thousand seventeen when Elliot was suspended over domestic violence allegations and U. S. soccer says the players on the World Cup champion women's national team were paid more than their male counterparts from two thousand ten three two thousand eighteen the federation paid out thirty four point one million dollars in salary in game bonuses to the women as opposed to twenty six point four million dollars paid to the men and that's your look at sports.
Tom, Turkey And NCR discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Today is a very good day. Because today Darius we get to talk about new Tele Finally, I mean, I love new Tele I know you love new Bella. I mean, everybody loves new talents to love. But by supply of this beloved embrose, you'll chocolate paste, you could be under threat Stacey. And it's because of something that gives new Tele its characteristic flavor hazelnuts. Yes, he's nuts. Have a problem. A serious supply bottleneck more than seventy percent of the world's hazelnuts come from one place from Turkey. In fact, a quarter of the world's as on. That's come from just this one tiny town in Turkey, and that of course, leaves production and new Tele lovers everywhere very vulnerable. Right. I mean just a few years ago. There was an unexpected frost and Turkey that wiped out a huge chunk of the crop. And prices jumped like sixty percent and threatened a worldwide. Tele shortage that's like the fifth horseman of the apocalypse pestilence. Plague no new tell. And I mean, even in the best of times Turkey is, you know, a little bit of an unreliable Rulli. Turkish lira goes up and down the price of hazelnuts can fluctuate accordingly, and it, you know, it just leaves Packers and producers on the hook. But luckily for us one man is on the case today the show how one man's lifelong obsession with easel. Nets could help save new Tele and revolutionized an entire global industry. Support for this podcast and the following message come from zoom when you can't be there in person zoom zoom is used by millions to connect face to face one easy platform for all your communication needs. Visit zoom online to set up your free account today. Meet happy with zoom. Support. Also comes from NC are running a small business is now easier with NC are silver more than a point of sale. NCR silver is simple to use saves. You time and helps you reach your goals faster NCR, silver, search NCR silver. I I met biologists. Tom Molnar in his office at the Rutgers University ornamental field lab, he was surrounded by these big plastic Finns just filled with thousands upon thousands of pavements. For example, here's one that has has ridges and lumps and to me. That's that's kind of an ugly looking hazelnut. Whereas something like this here, the really, shiny. And smooth for the past twenty three years. This has been Tom's life. Just sifting through endless piles of hazelnuts in search of that one perfect. Now, we mentioned that the hazelnut industry has a supply problem Turkey has a stranglehold on production. So the obvious solution to that problem would be to find a new place to grow hazelnuts and the east coast of the United States would be perfect perfect growing conditions, except for one thing we would have had a hazelnut industry in the northeast. If it wasn't for eastern Filbert play eastern Filbert plight. It's a fungal disease. It's native to North America. And it it grows under the bark of hazelnut trees, and kind of rots them from the inside infected trees, they develop these tail till cankers on their bark Tom actually took me out to his research orchard and showed me some of them firsthand. So as we look down here, you'll see that there's little fuss Joel's that poke out through. So those are like little mushrooms, those are the fruiting bodies where the scores. Actually be objected from and spread to other trees fruiting body, fungal pustule, go from new talent fruiting bodies. This fungus has been Tom's sworn nemesis for twenty three years that was when he got involved in this ambitious project to develop hazelnuts as this sort of like utopian post climate change food source. Yes. Because hazelnuts in addition to being delicious are this kind of miracle crop there. What is known as a low input crop. Meaning they can grow without irrigation without chemical fertilizers pesticides. And they can grow on. What is called marginal land? Landa would otherwise be useless. Plus, the harvesting of hazelnuts can be mechanized. So it doesn't necessarily require that much labor and a single hazelnut. Tree can be productive for up to a hundred years. The only problem they needed to solve to make this happen to cover the east coast with hazelnut. Trees was eastern Filbert blight and Tom's plan to do that was based on very simple yet revolu. Idea. See his aunts. They've grown naturally all over eastern Europe and central Asia for thousands of years. And so Tom figured that somewhere out there among the many millions of hazelnut trees, the gene for disease resistance that he needed was hiding like a needle in a massive haystack. So he set out to find that gene, we started in Moscow travelled south going through Krasnodar into Sochi and then into Crimea than we flew up to Romania and Moldova. The Poland and Belarus follow that up through the Baltic states Estonia, Latvia Lithuania for seven years, Tom traveled, all over the native hazelnut range collecting specimens, and this was not your typical horticultural fieldwork. I mean, it could involve everything from like haggling with merchants in a bizarre and who's Becca STAN to like sharing a glass of homemade vodka with little old lady at a roadside stand in Crimea once while crossing into Ukraine with eighty pounds of nuts in his suitcase. He. Even got shaken down by the local police they start screaming at me. They start screaming at my colleagues have guns, and this is silly. But at the same time, I had a suitcase full of all the nuts that I so desperately did not want to lose. So I'm nervous about the nuts. I'm nervous. We're gonna get robbed or worse. But you were more worried about the nuts than the money. I was very nervous about the nuts. Those were my babies. Those were his babies band is is really Portas heart and soul into this project. And he knew that in order to make a commercially viable nut. He needed that perfect combination of traits. And so after years of collecting all this genetic material he came back to New Jersey out to his research farm at Rutgers and he got to work breeding. Yeah. Apparently, Tom planted thousands of trees, and then expose them to the eastern Filbert blight and then just waited and season by season. He meticulously catalogued the growth of each individual tree. Taking note of you know, nut quality looking out for signs of disease.
"filbert" Discussed on First Things First
"He's a revenge type of guy in his eyes and his interview he can't wait to step on that field. I know all doing practice. He's twitch in the in that stadium and get the job done. He's going to go in there, relentless I give a little insight because I know you sign. Then there's a free agent. He didn't know you. But I know your guy you like to talk your very very competitive what were the practices like and what was Philip rivers diagnose some of his sound bites of him talking trash into game. I mean, they're one of kind. He says a lot, but he never uses profanity. So so what is it like going to get the veteran quarterback like him? You know, how you have some that they practiced? They plan a game. This guy. Does it to the t-? I'm talking about talking in practice. Call now blitz. He can look at the deep salon. Just let you know we're blazes coming here. Shout to coordinate. I know we're bliss went and his co pay the light it up. So I can't wait this guy going feel with him fired away. Here's what Tom Brady how fire this guy is going to be fireworks. And he mentioned the last time they got a chance to play the pats and a game like this two thousand seven and how long since then you have been drafted played retire gotten into television since Philip rivers last chance like I thought you said it imp-. Passing jenna. I think it's really noteworthy filbert's played Tom Brady seven times in his career own seven and they've had some good teams. Now, they add ladainian Tomlinson. They've had a couple of teams that were that were the one or the two seat has never been able to be the pats for Philip rivers. The only thing missing from his resume is a Super Bowl appeared Super Bowl championship. The numbers. The reason that when we talk about that draft class. He very often is the third day mentioned is because big Ben's got the stats and the rings allies. Got the rings against Tom Brady twice. Philip rivers just has the regular season. Success doesn't have one deep playoff run to the AFC championship game. They play with twenty seal. It's not an exaggeration say. This is the biggest game Phil Burs played in over a decade. This is the second biggest game. He's played in in his entire career. And I agree with you on the talent. I think the chargers I think that patriots were rooting so hard for the Texans. They wanted the Texans. They wanted Bill O'Brien. They did not want to have to face either. That ravens defense or. This chargers. Well rounded team, and I'm jury see that the story see was the what the didn't that game. But the DB's did doesn't work. Those D lineman aren't dominating the ravens front. Melvin ingram. Joey Bosa those I expect a defensive front to build get after. But I'm a little different than be. I need a couple different looks for Tom Brady. All right. I believe that the DB's match up well with the wide receivers as you mentioned known the wide receiver. So New England going to scary. But I need a curve ball. I need a screw Biden need something else for Tom Brady to give him more looks than they did in Baltimore because this is not Lamar Jackson granted stick around break coming up into chrome students lowdown. Pat, Mahomes next. I think spurred. Beckoned first things first suitable chance Chris Katie joins us. We have about a minute by the time. You sit down to win. We come back from commercial rape. And you always.
"filbert" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For rebate coming up on KCBS KCBS in chronicle insider filbert's here. Joyce feel has more governor elect Gavin Newsom is plans to deal with his investments and what constitutes a blind trust right now. We're moving onto the case of ES sports line. Joe Hughes is in for Kevin today. The San Francisco forty Niners getting ready to host the bears. This Sunday nine one two in a row it's called the winning streak and it has happened before though it's been awhile for the forty Niners. But those those winds have moved them away from the top overall pick in next year's NFL draft. Niners head coach shannahan joining our sister station ninety five seven the game this afternoon and talked about the cost of winning these late games. I creating better draft position good traffic is important to me too. But not at the expense of losing games. I want good. Player in that draft. And yes, it's easier to find a good player about higher you pick. But that's not guaranteed, and you can't control it stuff. The forty Niners. Currently have four wins book Al Shanahan things that numbers a bit low for the team that he's had this year. I do know we could have won more games than we did this year. And I think about that a lot, you know, I know we had a tough battle some key players and things like that. But I also believe we could have one more before four games, which is where we stand right now. I need to do a better job in that way. But I also happy with the people that we've assembled the things that we're doing the players the coaching staff the personnel department. I do strongly believe we're going the right direction. Nine is bears will kick off at one zero five this Sunday forty Niners making a roster move today pleasing safety to quasi tart on injured. Reserve he's missed the last three weeks because of a shoulder injury. Rookie Marcell Harris has started.
"filbert" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News time five fifty one. It's time for us to check back with KCBS and chronicle insider filbert's here feels on the KCBS ring central Newsline tonight. San Francisco police officer who had been suspended for sending racist and homophobic, text now faces another problem he's been charged with robbing a Bank, Phil this is a heck of a story. It is and it dates back. A while we have to grow the clock back to about two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve when a group of missions station officers. Were implicated in a text scandal. That's what it was was. There was a group that were exchanging texts some of them were jokes. Some of them were serious. Some of them were homophobic in some of them were racist. And it all culminated in a scandal at the department and lead to suspensions that are still waving their way through the process of court actions about whether the police department had acted properly. The suspensions meantime, officer rain, Dorothy, you know, sort of began a downward spiral, it appears in prior do and involving drugs, and he was in fact, arrested over the summer in San Mateo county and charged with basically bilking and elderly neighbor ATM for felonies money and also in possession of controlled substances at that time, he was went from being on suspension to being unpaid suspended, basically a guy without a job at all. And that downward spiral appeared to continuing coma. Donated with the Bank robbery. And so now brought to see how it works out in court. You don't know what he's pleading yet? I've been able to talk to his attorneys, but that's the latest. And meanwhile, the other officers are either waiting for their disciplined, some quit in some went to jail on totally unrelated, but very serious charges. Ian furniture. You might remember with sort of the leader of the group, and he went to jail for basically taking evidence and taking money and taking stuff from people. He was involved with either arresting or searching fill in the wake of that scandal with the texts has much change with the department itself. Have they changed their oversight of some of those issues. Well, you know, Jeff, the the the the wasn't just San Francisco police, it was it was it was a weird time where it was like the San Francisco. Remember, there was the San Francisco had the tech scandal and the questions about whether these cups were some of these cups were shaking down. Like again, I'm going to say Dorothy wasn't part of that shaking down people at the same time. We had the Celeste teenage sex worker scandal in the East Bay involving Richmond and Oakland police involvement with her at the same time. We had to county sheriff's deputies who were caught on video, basically, you know, using batons on a guy that was an alleyway in San Francisco that they'd been pursuing from the East Bay. Now, all of these are just basic, you don't do that. And there was a question about whether some of the officers were too young. And didn't know what they were doing. But overall, it's like, it's common sense. You don't do this kind of stuff and whatever reforms have come through. It's been through the discipline. Process, and it's been quiet for the last couple of years, and I can't point at one thing or anyone's great work that has done that. It's just the way things are KCBS an chronicle insider,.
"filbert" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Filbert Lund dubs countdown to tip off. This should be a quality NBA basketball game. You got the pelicans in the words over at the oracle arena. If nothing else it will be fast fast. They're going gonna go low scoring they will get after it. I am glad to see that. Anthony Davis going to find an EMMY to move a question whether he was gonna play and. Look you just want to see the best players play against the best teams. And he's one of the best players in the game. But speaking of pace to the fastest teams in the league. In fact, the the the pelicans are the warriors narrower kind of middle of the pack right else's plan so fast. But I guarantee you the warriors will not be slowing it down. If you want to come in and play fast, bring it on. We're waiting for you, the is a play about as fast as you wanna play most teams usually don't wanna play ultrafast against the warriors. Because while they're more talented, and the more possessions, they get the better chance, they have of beating your brains and not just beating you. But I don't think the pelicans are afraid, and I think with the way they play and Alvin gentry wants to play they're gonna go. So this one could be is when could be a lot of fun tonight. It could be I one to one thirty wins. This one no doubt about it. Couple of the the numbers of to what you're talking to is the top scoring teams in the league. The words you're number one at one twenty four point to the pelicans one twenty two and a half. There. Number two, offensive efficiency warriors one pelicans to assists per game. Whereas twenty nine point six pelicans to twenty seven point seven to get those two teams. Now the biggest difference, obviously is points allowed. The pelicans are one eighteen point eight that's twenty-seventh warriors at one ten point eight that is fourteen. But offensively as you said, these are the top two teams, efficiency wise, scoring wise. They want to get it up and down. Now, it's a little bit different. The pelicans will bludgeon you in the pain. They are number one in the league sixty four points per game in the paint mostly due to Anthony Davis. He's fantastic. I mean, he's one of the best players top five player in the game authencity defensively. He's expanded his game. He can shoot the three. But it isn't it isn't it isn't rely on that have really great post moves. He just he's long. He's at ease. Feel about the game. Like he doesn't really need to go to move. But he's got a feel catching the ball and the pick and roll shooting the three get into the ram, and then e can really control the paint defensively images so damn long, and he can get on guard guys on the perimeter. I mean, he just he is the entire package. So I'm glad that he's going into should be a fun game tonight. It should be a fast game. But he is definitely worth the price of admission. We'll get more into the pelicans in a minute. But again last time out we haven't gotten into that. But we've been talking about it a lot of buzz obviously Klay Blake brakes out of the slump. No one was really that worried about it five of thirty six going into the last game. But he breaks out for fourteen out of twenty four against the bulls. We talked to Steve Kerr about it yesterday. But sets the record Steph was over in the corner, a tear in Amman steps who had the old record add at thirteen. But kind of something we we mentioned yesterday. I don't know how many teams have be doing that. I don't know. How many guys would be feeding a teammate to break their record? It just kind of. Shows what kind of chemistry? These guys have had how much fun. They're having winning means everything Durant with a forty one point game in New York where he went off in the fourth quarter. Steph has fifty plus point game in three quarters and clay has a fifty plus point game in three quarters. Pretty unbelievable. Well, I think it was the joy that Steph had it was genuine joy that he had when when clay broke his record. I think it's overblown people say who a lot of guys wouldn't pass it. Everyone's gonna pass to a teammate. We to hold the ball. Put it into your shirt. Sorry, dude. You're gonna break my record my given. Dear. I mean, we're gonna jerk. Would you look like now? Sorry god. It's seven times on the court. He passes it to everyone buddies teammate. Powell twenty hits the three unbelievable. You don't have three. Don't believe you did that. So that part I think is is a little overblown, but I do believe the genuine joy the man you knew he was happy for him. Some guys will be happy. It's like, yeah. Whatever I'm not super happy. He was like thrilled. He was like this is so cool. Probably because he knows it's going to break it anyway. The motivation is like, oh, he taught me. So at some point, I it's he's just raised the bar, and I'm just going to break it and then put in his face. He might mean. Yeah. I mean, I I've said this a long time ago that every three point record. We'll be Stephan. Clay, in fact, you can put Steph and or Klay next to every three point record in. All you have to do is wait until they get done playing. And then you can put the numbers in. But they will have every three point record every single one. Steph will have most of them. But clay, we'll have some as well. But they there's nobody I don't think there's anybody when they retire. I would be surprised if there's a three point record out there most in a quarter most of the half most in the second half most of the first half year career, forget it. One. Oh, absolutely alley. There's any doubt about that. I think they'll have them all every single one of them. They will have. So it doesn't surprise me. When you when you see those two guys go off it two quick things. I I did this yesterday actually wrote it on a piece of paper. And who knows what the hell that piece of paper is but a well done. I do know this. I remember this nine threes have been accomplished in a single game ninety six times in the history of the NBA clay and Steph together have thirty three of those occasions. So it's it's really unbelievable. It goes obviously Klay fourteen Steph team. But then it goes, I think it's Kobe staff in one of the guy I'm thinking at twelve and then it goes on your Marshall Donyell Marshall said that yesterday, and it just kind of goes down the line. But it's absolutely crazy and illustrate where this shot is gone. It's funny. You mentioned this. I do daily fantasy stuff and I get an Email today. It says, hey, there's a free place. So I click on the free play. You know, what it is? It's three pointers made and you can pick three players, but they all have a salary, but it has nothing to do with anything else in the game. But most may three pointers. So I I ended up taking Steph. I couldn't take clay because I couldn't afford them. I gotta look back. I gotta look who I took. But and then of course, I tried to use. Analytics I looked at were terrible three point defenders, which I think is Denver's lash ACOG goes up there is really bad. So I took a couple of guys that were choice, Chicago, man. I before. It went from I alas and one gal stuck I think Dallas percentage wise is the worst in Chicago is makes. Yeah, that's the worst. So anyway, but it's just that's the game has just gone crazy. In fact, is thinking about this too. Sportscenter used to be the top ten sportscenter all be dunks used to be Vince Carter and all these different guys dunking. You're not even seen as much of that anymore. Highlight packages you're seeing guys like launched threes. And it's kinda completely changed in that way, though, threes. Well, that's that's what everybody wants. Now. They want threes they want. So if you're building the team, it's not just about shooting threes, you better find people that can defend the three guys that are lengthy guys that know how to close out if you don't have that if you can't make threes. But maybe even more importantly, if you can't defend threes, you're done. It's interesting. I was watching for the love of the game ESPN's doing a great job. If people aren't seeing it. It's really really cool. And they they had the AB. They did a thing in the ABA and they had the first dunk contest. And it came down to David Thompson versus Dr J, and it was just funny, and they were doing some of the most basic Dr J took off from the free throw line Jordan did it later, but they were they were showing the first guys, and they they didn't give many lean times. It was like Artis Gilmore seven foot center. Larry Heenan used to be on the Spurs. Couple of the guys like kid, go dunk. These guys are like what do you want us to do? And then all of a sudden, David Thomson, Dr Jagan and their started dunking, and that was kind of the beginning of the Duncairn. This is like maybe seventy six seventy seven and now, Dr J, and everybody's Dunkin Jordan brings it to next level. I mean, the dunk was the thing for how many years in the league. And now, it's the three ball. Well, the way you look at the warriors. I mean, how many guys in the warriors dunk in people who maybe Katie maybe K D when he comes on the mid oranges often. But I mean, even that's not terribly exciting because he's seven already. It's like it's more guys like six four. Just somebody. League. But I've taught my head. I'm trying to think like Russell respite because he's but smaller is fun to watch he's athletic, and there's a lot of athletic guys. Can do it in the league? It's just like you said, it's just isn't what it was. Because the three ball is. So in vogue, and that's what you're seeing basically and highlight packages. Absolutely. All right, dubs countdown to tip off. We're getting ready for the warriors. And the pelicans will come back give you a few more storylines again. Anthony Davis is gonna play tonight. So we'll get into that little bit of a match ups. And again, there's gonna be a fast one tonight offensive efficiency, the top two scoring teams playing in a really high rate, obviously New Orleans, we going all that stuff next only here on the sports leader..
"filbert" Discussed on KGO 810
"West grand avenue and Filbert Street has caught fire a smaller one burn back in April, but was quickly extinguished and the concerns have been highlighted by an attempted arson not far away at another under construction apartment complex yesterday morning. Buyer fighters outta gas can rag match hammer and the remnants of an intentionally set fire that burned itself out. It's the sixth major fire at similar sites in the past couple of years transportation officials are freezing nearly ten million dollars in funding that would have been used to build a second. Phase of the Salesforce transit center. San Francisco supervisor say, they want to make sure the center is done, right. Following delays cost overruns, and the discovery of crack steel beams in the first phase crews are continuing to work on a permanent fix to the transit center. Bring beams a lawsuit has been filed by two animal rights groups in an effort to block the US forest service from selling wild horses. Jim Roope reports. It's a problem that's gained national attention, the wild horse population and the devils garden area of the modique national forest and northern California is out of control our territory supposed to have two hundred six to four hundred animals, we have almost four thousand forest service. Supervisor Amanda mcadams says the glut of horses is destroying the ecosystem, and if not controlled the territory, the horses all other species will not be able to survive. So they're gathering a thousand horses for adoption if not adopted within sixty days horses over ten years old will be sold with no limitations meeting. Foreign slaughterhouses can buy them animal. Activists are trying to stop that. But the forest service says it's doing everything it can to find homes for these horses. I'm Jim Roope. A newly. He released prison inmate is getting shot at the warriors. Santa Cruz farm team. Harry Smith spent seven years in San Quentin on a domestic violence conviction. Smith was an aspiring student at San Francisco state when he says an unhealthy relationship imploded and his actions got him arrested. He says he cloaked himself in religion and played basketball while behind bars. Smith says the team has invited him back for a second tryout which hasn't happened yet. We'll get you back to Marshall Phillips more of your news. And again that bra growing bomb threat around the the US of this morning apparently has spread to the west coast, patchy fog along the coast, but we are sunny and bright elsewhere highs will range from the low sixties to the mid seventies. Today..
"filbert" Discussed on KOMO
"And fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now, President Trump says his latest round of trade tariffs against China is ready to go. And guess where stocks went the Dow was down seventy nine points to end the week, the S and P five hundred lost six the NASDAQ dropped twenty points and finished lower for the fourth day in a row that is the worst start to a September for the NASDAQ since two thousand eight at the onset of the financial crisis. As for the tariffs. President Trump said Friday, the higher import taxes on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods, quote unquote, could take place very soon. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Hazelnuts also known as Filbert are grown right here in the Pacific northwest ninety nine percent of the hazelnuts turn the United States are grown in organ alone. Eating them, raw is delicious. But have you tried resting them? Many recipes call for roasted hazelnuts, but don't let that stop you. It's pretty easy. You just have to know the tricks place amount of baking sheet in a three hundred and fifty degree oven and toes for about. Oh, six to eight minutes. Keep your eye on them and set a timer as soon as you can smell their nutty, aroma. They're done they'll keep cooking once or off the heat. So it's easy to overdo it keep an eye on them. When the nets are cool enough to handle put them in a clean dish towel. And rub as much as the skin off as you can the not only add a great flavor to recipes. But also great texture and crunch sprinkled on a salad.
San Francisco looks to ban free lunch at tech companies
"KCBS time for the Manzini Sleepworld six day forecast brought to us by KPI x five in KCBS meteorologist pollyanna we will. Stay hot inland with temperatures making it well into the, nineties again tomorrow the hottest inland spots did hit one hundred degrees today you're going to do that again tomorrow so I'll say a range of about ninety. Five to one, hundred two degrees inland. But nothing resembling heat whatsoever at the beach the ocean breezes still there much of California's dealing with a. Significant heat wave, but not most of the bay area the ocean, breeze helping us out keeping you in the sixties at the beach that's. Not going to change and keeping you mainly, in the seventies near the bay and that's not going to. Change either I will be just as warm tomorrow Friday a. Little bit more cloud cover in the morning and. A couple of. Degrees cooler a few. Degrees cooler still on Saturday and Sunday. But even when we lose those three or four degrees we'll stay above average low nineties inland and mid seventies near the bay And that's likely where. We will level off for the first half of next week so no chilly weather coming just not as hot as much of the state and. We're cooling off after tomorrow I'm meteorologist. Paul the KPI x five in. KCBS, forecast thank you Paul traffic and weather together on the eighth. On all news one oh six nine. AM seven forty KCBS news time five fifty one it is time begin to check, in with KCBS and chronicle insider film it's, here Phil joining us live on the KCBS ring central Newsline San Francisco city, officials want to help out some small businesses by doing, away with free lunches in question our cafeteria some tech companies. Have set up as a perk for workers Phil what are officials proposing here where. They're talking about is an interesting Luke. You know they can't do anything about these tech companies that already have basically restaurants cafeterias and copy shops in their buildings and, you know pretty much keep the workers inside all. Day and all night but what they are proposing is, it new office space going in in the hot south of market area Ever ban on one of those bands might be industrial kitchen in other words you. Can put, in an office but you can't put any cafeteria the idea is to get some of the money. That these techies, have flowing onto the streets under the. Restaurants and. Small businesses is taking a page from Mountain View which is invoking. A similar, clause for Facebook has they've tried to move into a. New developments in that city it's so interesting to watch this pendulum swing. At one. Point not that long ago the city was, doing everything, it could to get the tech industry here in this certainly is is not in that vein. No I in some, ways Jeff it's a reaction to that we had in San. Francisco, was called the Twitter tax and it made national international news when basically, said that, we would give tax breaks to tech companies if they moved into what was called the mid market area sort, of a a, borderline economically depressed part of a downtown San Francisco that they. Wanted to revitalize well the companies moved in and they got the tax break but they rarely went out Out they installed their own cafeteria say there's even housing nearby it's sorta became the seals. Communities sort of, like spaceships dropping into the into, the streets rather than being interactive. With it now there's a subtext to all of this of course seven the San Francisco supervisors you check whether it be games making millions of dollars or over in, lift on the streets picking up thousands of riders and making money that the city's not getting their fair share. And they want all the keys to start kicking air and. We've seen this in. The past with Google buses. And now it's going to be Facebook and do you think is gonna affect the tech industry? I, know that those free, lunches. Our big perk for people yeah well maybe they'll still be free it and then, maybe they'll give you about you to go out and eat somewhere else that's going to be interesting the other part of Megan's the other part is the reason, they're getting those free lunches they're not really free country it'd be working interesting all the way round. That's, Filbert here are KCBS an chronicle insider you'll returns tomorrow, morning with STAN and Susan As. Per usual that will be at seven fifty KCBS super, micro Intel money desk with Jason Brooks Wall Street gained ground late in the session on reports of a trade deal between the US and the EU that sent the Dow higher by one hundred seventy two points to twenty five thousand four hundred fourteen the NASDAQ rose ninety one points to a record high of seventy nine thirty two at twenty five points to twenty eight forty. 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"filbert" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"When I went to recordings, I suppose had no really experience doing something like that. So you kind of make it up his ago. Why think Filbert quitting 's is that oversee the specific to their geographical and cultural context? And how do you preserve as much as possible and translate that to a listener? I think the thing I found when I was doing these recordings was settings were often so dramatic and overwhelming in certain ways, sometimes quite scary. So you're trying to concentrate on doing a good job the recording, but you'll very conscious of everything that's happening around you. And so the limitations of audio recording become very clear that you you're actually picking up a very small part of what's going on. And that's one of the. Reasons why I wanted to write about that whole experience. You know, with all the other stuff about the mosquito bites and the creatures and the struggle of being in the environment because it felt very much part of it. It was not more than just releasing a recording. Put it in its context. Thirty says, what is the recordings user and Salah musician? But I want to talk about the new wave band flying lizards. You covered Barrett, Strong's money, and there was fantastic cover of James Brown's sex machine. Will you expecting the success with those songs that were hits. What. Yeah, the thing about the flying. It was project by David Cunningham. David have been student mates not college, and I'd been doing a little bit teaching there. That's how I met him. You know, he'd already made. I find that's record as student done a copy of summertime blues, which was the first flown is record. So he had this fantastic idea and the singer was co, Debra who is also student. So he basically had the whole formula rat top and money I had nothing to do with that was his first record, and it was basically made by him and two other people. One of them being Deborah and then virgin, records said, may can help them. So that's when he had called in some of the people he knew, and I was one of those people so tracks. We made then more or less put together in the studio because we were, we improvises it was very possible. Just to put together tune. So the third single, that's what happened and. Tune could her story for the Arben which was correct. And by Vivien Goldman. It's strange the life of those things. Her story sample by the roots for track o- water. So you know him guitar on a roots. Cereal. It is surreal particularly since my first but was on hip hop. So it's kind of nice that feeds back in..
"filbert" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Future filbert is intentionally doing the same thing in his adaptation showing us what what's to come so that we're a lot more ready to accept these things we don't make much of a fuss when we learned that oh facebook all these apps everything is is watching everything that we do the ads are tailored to us there's a scene in minority report work talkers walking past advertisements and they call his name they already know what he's into what he wants what he likes that's in fact what did they see the the couple of the engineers from facebook if you saw what they said when they came out talking about what they were of and how they feel bad that they were part of this social engineering experiment at facebook in terms of conditioning and what they're collecting all their data and targeting them what's advertisements targeting their fee to to change their opinions on things to nudge them and that's actually what was in the minority report well it's one thing for philip k dick to have dealings with some some insider in silicone valley or maybe a director happens to know someone in the rnd department at sony so he gets a heads up on some cool technology he works at into his movie but you know since we're talking about predictive programming how do how do you explain then that spin off this is sort of the the the prime example in my mind the spinoff from the x files which was the lone gunman episode where they had this is prior to nine eleven they had in the episode planes flying into buildings hijack planes flying into buildings how does that happen jay because alex jones has had dean haglund on his show folks and being told alex the i was on the set there we go another another patent ajay impression well done sir he's an alex is in the room suddenly oh actually yeah so so dean haglund from the x files the on the stars of the love gun which would later become the spinoff dean haglund says that the cia was onset at times they would come they would say we would like you to have this in in the script would like this we don't really like that idea so there was consultation at some level i don't know for certain if having to do that surly with the the lone gunman pilot but i wouldn't be surprised and in fact as i was mentioning earlier i just finished any jacobson's five hundred page history of darpa and are amazingly in the last chapter of that book pentagon spring she says that she with chris carter and with gail and heard co producer of terminator with james cameron that they all took a trip to the pentagon and this was a clinic consulting slash research trip to find out what darpa latest technologies were so i'm not making too much out of that but just she reports that has a fact this is not a conspiracy book to nominated the history of darpa and what that tells us is that yes there's the you know that there is this collusion between even the pentagon and somebody like this quarter now i'm not saying chris carter's a bad guy saying that that you know if you're invited to the pentagon you what here what darpa was up to if you're a creator of science fiction shows you're probably going to do that so i'm just saying that that's very real it does go on journalists have documented it all right let's go to the phones on the wildcard line gary's in santa maria california gary good evening welcome to coast to coast a real important one there's an empty out there called to a huge percentage of your coast audience will be familiar with and probably the king of.
"filbert" Discussed on Your Own Magic
"Credit for now i know you have i know that you know you have this power but it is so so strong you are just a force in this world a force of nature so i know you're polling through and i can't wait and i can't wait to talk about saturn return for those yes we that was one thing i just know that we have to talk about because you and i are both in the midst of it twenty seventy it was so funny when i was listening to your episode with deborah filbert men and quite instantly she said to you oh you're in the middle of your saturn return i was thinking of course of course were callan i are at the same point in our journey and with the same stronger telling us kind of the rough rough patch that we're about to go through slash already in i just related so much to everything she was saying to you so if i am completely correct about i don't know if i'm going to say this in the right astrology terms but saturn return is when all of the planets are in the same place as may were when you were born so saturn compared to where exactly where it was when you came into this earth that's where it is when you're in your saturn return and you don't have just one side on return but the first one is like between twenty seven and thirty and can cause all sorts of changes in your life for some people it can be extremely positive for some people it's their biggest challenge and depending on where your saturn sits mine happens to be in sagittarius which i think does not mean that yours is also.
"filbert" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"So uh poli once ask you the pull question i reggie if you were in the winter or summer olympics not basketball would you rather win four silver medals or one gold medal at four filbert mills all won gold uh and what did i do in those other three events i didn't played and you didn't play right nothing i'm probably going to go with four silver and it's the right answer i'm probably going to go will four silvers that show consistency one one gold is great but i was in over four event how 'bout you can lose four nba finals or you can win one nba season winds and vehicle i won nba five either way nobrand we're we're shack it into shack in charles like it it always devolves into charles never wanted championship but it felt like you know with the cobian shack sit down and then you guys talked about it afterwards charles in shack look like that they could go do you feel it look like that that's what makes our so beautiful because number one those guys are unscripted they never tell they never give them a heads up of where we're going we're nerdy in fantastic has been probably the best traffic cop in the business but these two guys that were competitors once before and uh they loved the bud heads they're very opinionated both of them who would they who'd you tick in a in a brawl yeah.
"filbert" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Really africa that was filbert took that you've put together a script called night guidelines which is when centrally if out there family being harassed by the little creatures he he was working on this gripped along with another script avowed of fully um who was going through a divorce and the impact their divorce are on this young man and he was on a sentence star wars in you're talking about this movie and actually hair sinn fort crowe printed one no you should make it a nice feeling and and so he said you know what that's right and so he put those two together that and i one about the divorce rate their child going through divorce and he actually came up with ep so if you remember elliott was there is a little bit in the beginning how elliott's mom with a single mom and actually had recently gone through a difficult divorce and that's when he met eat he and if he kinda helped him uh emotionally an an through all of the things show movie movieinspired et but then moving forward it also fire holter guy holder hair my family being harassed by these negative forces of course in this case they were go and then the other movie that influence which you can really directly uh fear a more direct relation is um gremlins his the gremlin creatures with exactly likely creatures that he too had arrived in the hopkins film and bad show yeah crack down there was another major influence and otherwise tv series haken i'm not sure if he shot at fifth iran on this sifi cannell yes i saw a few that few times yep in the early 2000s the next movie without his interest in alien abductions and this kind of idea of how they could have tied enquirires will learn how the secrets caps and especially if your ruling interdict failed and the research you'll see that fisheries really facetime leafy know different ideas that are going on in ufology for.