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Dr. Tim Clinton: 'God Is Constantly Reaching Toward Us'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Tim Clinton: 'God Is Constantly Reaching Toward Us'

"My friend doctor Kim Clinton, the book is take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood for the sake of marriage family and culture. You have stories in this book about people like George foreman, I love George Foreman. I want to get him on this program. I just want to talk to that guy. Tell me about him, but maybe before you tell me about him. Tell me what you just told me in the break about what about men who have blown it, who have messed up. Yeah, Eric, one of the things that I see a lot and have conversations with men around is Tim. I made some mistakes in my life. I haven't been a good dad. I've not handled my marriage all that well. I struggle in my relationship with God. And I don't know what it means. I can do things. I want to and they're given a little bit more what we would call as religion versus a relationship with God because Tim if God really knows me the way you say he knows me, there's no way you could love me. Because they look inside and they see the brokenness. You know that? And Eric, here's the central message of the book. And that is, is that God is constantly reaching toward us. He desires us. His heart is there. And he wants us and he beckons us to come to him. Just like we want our kids to come to us when they're broken. When they're struggling, when they're lost, when they're confused, I want my kids running to my lap. And God can handle our emotion. He can handle the brokenness of our lives. He just simply wants us to come

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Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

AP News Radio

01:05 min | Last month

Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

"There may be another tool in the fight against severe cobit nineteen infection and it comes in the form of a pill already on the market a new study finds an antidepressant fluvoxamine was able to reduce the need for hospitalization among high risk adults with Kobe nineteen fluvoxamine was tested because it's known to reduce inflammation in addition to treating depression and obsessive compulsive behavior a study in Brazil found sixteen percent of those with underlying conditions needed hospitalization after getting cold bit but only eleven percent of those taking fluvoxamine needed the enhanced medical support it only costs about four dollars for a course of treatment while antibody IV medications cost about two thousand dollars this was part of a larger study of eight existing drugs to see if they might be used against Kobe eight nineteen hydroxide chloroquine ivermectin and met foreman have not panned out hi Jackie Quinn

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Opendoor, Zillow and Redfin Bank Seek To Flip Houses Virtually

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Opendoor, Zillow and Redfin Bank Seek To Flip Houses Virtually

"Home. Prices are rising at a record rate. A lot of the demand is coming from city dwellers who to escape to the country or the suburbs but some of the buyers aren't people at all they're tech companies sometimes called i- buyers that buy and sell homes for profit. These companies have been building up their presence in the real estate market for years. But this may be the moment. They've been waiting for so after years of resistance is tech. Finally taking over real estate. Joining us to discuss is are heard on the street tech columnist. Laura foreman hi. Laura hi thanks for having me you know. I think the term. I buy gets bounced around a little bit when we're talking about this market. Can you start by telling us what that is. Sure a ni- buyer is a company that uses computerized data to buy and sell homes and flip them so a company that will ask you a homeowner for information about your house decide. It's worth x amount of money. Buy it from you fix it up just as a home. Flipper does in real life in other words you know. They put nice hardwood floors in or they'll tear up the carpet and put a new carpet. They'll paint simple renovations like that and then they'll turn around and sell it in a very short time period and hope to make a profit on that and who were in the big eye buyers in the market right now so the market leader is a company called open door and they are very much in the market lead zillow which almost every consumer who's ever wanted to buy or bought a house has looked at has gone big into i buying offerpad and then also red fin which again if you've been in the market for a home or look to sell your home you've used redfin before and they are also involved in. I bang

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"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

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Loretta Lynn's Beloved Ranch Foreman Dies in Tennessee Flood

Seattle's Morning News

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Loretta Lynn's Beloved Ranch Foreman Dies in Tennessee Flood

Time to Get Serious About Automotive Tech Shortage With Tony Foon

Talking Automotive

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Time to Get Serious About Automotive Tech Shortage With Tony Foon

"Hartono walk to the show great to have you on. We really appreciate you joining us. Maybe just to kick things off. Can you just tell us briefly little bit about tidy. And what's your background is sean. I'm forty one years in the industry in the mode industry sort from apprentice back in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine with three every festival business from apprentice. Right up until general says major running dealerships and multi franchises was born in south africa candidate for ten years and i came to a straight into sales. People you've been here for roughly twenty one years. What i do now is on facilitator. A coach consultant and also just published a book called the honest service management. So just thought to myself with a forty one years experience on payback and let people love the mistakes are make you wanna make the same mistakes you go for it but it's to show people that there is a bit away and sometimes anymore way away this another way that's a nutshell trying to push you. Millions weightiest see the current state of play with regards to service technicians. You've come up from the floor so you've started as as tech. Where do you see the state. Apply with technicians and the skills you compete technicians to twenty years twenty. Five years ago it was basically a career. No people would speak for myself. you know. I saw it was apprentice wind through Monster status and then was able to travel in become foreman and For me it was age career more than a job i think. The technicians do comparison today between you know twenty years ago and now it's more of a job you know it doesn't pay what does pay all we know. I'm gonna make a career out of it. It's it's just a job. Basically at the at the another dice out looking into the generation to. I think that's a big part because you know myself coming back Just listening you do. What as you told but today it's a different story. It's the way the kids actually spotted wing. We were out on. Not sure and asking more questions as we ask.

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4 US, UK Olympic Contractors Arrested for Alleged Drug Use

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

4 US, UK Olympic Contractors Arrested for Alleged Drug Use

"For U. S. and British men working full of power company contracted for the Olympics could be the rested on suspicion of using cocaine Tokyo Metropolitan Police say the four men were arrested on suspicion of using cocaine in Tokyo or nearby areas in violation of drug laws they reportedly were drinking at a bar in a Tokyo entertainment district when one of them allegedly intruded into an apartment complex beating to police questioning and arrest the foreman denied police allegations but they tested positive for cocaine the incident took place before a state of emergency took effect on Monday in Tokyo that's mainly attempts to curb public alcohol consumption during the Olympics I'm Charles the last month

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Cleveland Wants 'Climate Justice.' Can the Biden Administration Help?

Environment: NPR

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Cleveland Wants 'Climate Justice.' Can the Biden Administration Help?

"The fight against climate change might be going in a new direction with the biden administration. Top officials say that it is also a campaign for economic and racial equity. Npr's dan charles has been looking into what this means in practice. Hi dan thanks for being here. It's good to be here okay. So there's this idea now of attacking two things at once. Climate change and also social inequity. How do you do that. Well that is what. I wanted to know. And i got some interesting answers. No l. in cleveland. Why cleveland well. Couple of reasons i. It is one of the poorest cities in america it is also one of the city's that's created what it calls a climate action plan and a few years ago officials in cleveland decided to rewrite that plan with equity in mind which sounds like what the biden administration is promising. Cleveland was kind of writing the blueprint for this and they started with conversations in low income neighborhoods and black neighborhoods. Which is kind of new. Kimberly foreman who's executive director of a group in cleveland called environmental health. Watch says the debate about environmental policy. Climate policy has often been disconnected from those communities the little elitist or heavily focused on technology. Which is not getting down to. The grassroots are getting down to the people who are most impacted. The city set up a bunch of community meetings asking people. What are you concerned about in your neighborhood. And i would imagine that some of the things that people are concerned about had absolutely nothing to do with climate change. Yes at first glance at least so for instance. They went to a neighborhood called. And one of the people who showed up was cindy mumford. And when i went to the meeting they really gave. It wasn't one of those. Just sit down things when you're just listening to someone present. What was ms mumford concerned about in her neighborhood. Explain that she took me on a little walking tour in the rain. She and her neighbor across the street. Debra lewis who grew up in it is a community that was devastated by what i will can only call tenement housing.

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What Does 'Clean Beauty' Mean to Victoria Beckham?

Fat Mascara

02:20 min | 6 months ago

What Does 'Clean Beauty' Mean to Victoria Beckham?

"A lot of conversation. I don't think i'm telling you you of anything. New about clean what that means because it is very malleable in the industry. What does it mean to victoria beckham when myself and sarah decided to do this runaway brainstorming. Why do we wanna do this. Why don't we want to do this with one of the giants in It was because claim was very important and when we were discussing it when i was trying to educate myself you know is a real gray area. I of the new york. I was walking around the department stores and the iras approaching the people that was a different makeup just announced. Just like my. Yeah exactly yeah touchy just trying to do a little bit of base you know coming up to the different counters. You must have been some day for the the people while. It was very interesting when i was asking. You know about what ingredients are in different products. People didn't really know doom a lot of time and a lot of research to really get my head around a Around that subject. And i was putting lots of really nasty stuff on my face. I'm i didn't realize to be honest with you. And so then. I realized that we already onto something very interesting. And the challenge for the development team was held. We create the ultimate in luxury beautiful formulas products that really work on products. Perform foreman do what we need. had we had we create that without compromising but taking out these dangerous products. Yeah taking out taking up things that are not great for you and and to be clear. The fda bans only about eleven ingredients and in the eu. The inky legislation bans about eighteen. Hundred right round. So it's a very different set of standards that were dealing with so in the us. The idea of clean is quite a bit more Resonance and unnecessary than it actually is in the

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"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Can't happen fast enough no down so long. It looks like up to me People say to me. When did they hit. Stop coming and so I keep telling the folks in maryland. You know we've got problems with the surpluses. Laurel look to the future folks. It's coming allen foreman everybody. Ta and all his other responsibilities and Helping helping you understand the mechanics and as overwhelming as this has been it just helps to you have to understand the the underpinnings and clearly allen. You're nice and warm up for for for my man. And i've got a podcast in one minute alan foreman. Everybody backout just can't be he's just you know when it when it comes to understanding and getting you know the for three hundred and sixty degree viewpoint. Let's do this case. Take a break here and we'll chop that up because that That was distinct. we will come back to. They'll stop and visit with sid fernando when since got some.

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Josh And Rose Foreman  Co-op And Worldbuilding

Discovered Wordsmiths

01:40 min | 8 months ago

Josh And Rose Foreman Co-op And Worldbuilding

"Back to discovered wordsmiths. I can have the podcast with Josh and Rose this time. We're going to be talking about the the they're writing together cooperatively. So we'll get into that a little tough. But first what are some things you guys learned writing together? Cuz Rose you said that you've written before but now you're writing with somebody and it happens to be your son. So what are some things you've learned differently writing with somebody as opposed to writing on your own actually. I think it's easier for me to write with somebody cuz then I had a direction that I know instead of where in the whole world. Am I going to go? I like that part. I like assignments. I think some people would really hate to hack and aside the plot given to them or to sign character, but I like it. That's how I write most of my books with what he does first would come I put this this species human or otherwise, then we come up with its its physiology how it interacts with its surroundings. And then we asked what would make life hard for this thing. And and then how does this thing overcome based on its thought processes and Physiology and it's I mean, if you lay a thousand eggs and one grows up to maturity you have an entirely different concept of page nineteen then say human deaths. And so that that that's fun for

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Japan charges Americans with helping Ghosn flee, jump bail

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Japan charges Americans with helping Ghosn flee, jump bail

"Japan prosecutors have charged to Americans in connection with the scape of foreman disenchantment Carlos Ghosn to Lebanon Tokyo prosecutors have been questioning Michael Taylor and his son Peter since they were extradited from the U. S. earlier this month now the tailors have been formally charged with helping a criminalist scape the prosecutors say the elder Taylor with the help of another man and he can go on in a large black box supposedly containing audio equipment the box then passed through Japan apple security I was loaded onto a private jet that flew to Turkey go on who let in the sun for nearly two decades was arrested in November twenty eighteen unlike the charge with under reporting his compensation and a breach of trust I'm Charles de Ledesma

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“Mank” leads Academy Awards nominations with 10 nods

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

“Mank” leads Academy Awards nominations with 10 nods

"The Oscar nominations are out in the history of the Academy Awards only five women have ever been nominated for Best Director this year alone though there are two women in that category they are Chloe's out for no man's land what the numbers are doing is not that different than when the pioneers and emerald fennel for promising young woman can you guess what every woman's worst nightmare they will compete against Lee Isaac Chung foreman ari Thomas venter Berg for another round and David Fincher for Manx make is the overall leader in nomination had just picked up ten usually the Oscars would be all done by now but because of the pandemic will push back by two months this year's ceremony set for April twenty fifth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

05:16 min | 11 months ago

Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman

"So i are host the quadruple board. Certified doctor of internal medicine. Pulmonary disease critical care in neuro critical. Care my very good friend. Dr steven day back. How are you steve doing. Okay deceive. oh we have one of our favorite experts returning to us today Howard j fomin. He is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and howard served a multi decade tenure at kaiser permanent day as partner ford member president of the executive committee chief of staff and chair of the quality committee. He has supervised over forty three hundred staff and over five hundred doctors. Howard is now seen your operating advisor at atlantic street capital for their medically focused investments. Dr howard foreman nice to have you back thanks to be here high stated it good to see hey steve. What's it like in the icu. With the kobe patients has it gone. It's been very rough at my hospital. The surges hit us really hard. We actually we had a mini surge. Back in may when everybody else seemed to be really struggling at this time it has hit us really hard we have about one hundred and fifty plus cove patients in our hospital and i bought twenty percent of those are in the intensive care unit and those that intensive care unit. They are all on high flow oxygen or intimated. So they're all very very sick. And howard what. Are you hear about kaiser. How are they holding up in all this. I just very proud of everybody. Credible courage by the patients and their families what they're going through doctors nurses respiratory therapist all staff level of dedication i think of the healthcare professionals are just miraculous people. Tired in was there the other day doing data the procedures. And just in what. I do which is way less difficult than being in the icu. For twelve hour shifts just wearing in the ninety five masks in a shield and all the p p being more cautious than ever and trying to make sure that the patients can get in and out so that they're not in the medical center. One minute more than is necessary. Cetera et cetera. Just makes the practice of medicine which is already something that's very challenging even more challenging but my heart goes out to the patients and that that's just a culprit patients Anyone who needs services. The hospital is having more difficult time than usual inside easy being a patient thunder normal circumstances that along under these circumstances. i'm sure they're all kinds of treatments. That have changed since our last conversation. I mean the remdesivir steroids in a number of other treatments that you guys have raised a bad situation. What's working the best these days. Dr steve in actually the one medication that really has shown to decrease mortality everything that we have is decadent on an age old medication. A steroid that's used to decrease swelling decrease inflammation in the body thus far as the only medication that we're using that actually has been proven to diminish with a twenty eight day mortality. We do give them de severe because there has been shown that there's been some benefit in terms of shortening the course of the disease and so it's still part of our protocol and so everybody who's coming in is getting a coverage for we call community acquired pneumonia in case they have bacteria on top of covid. So they're getting the usual medications for that which is usually as for miocene in something called stuff triax zone but the standard therapy provided you have good kidney function that you're not to overwhelmingly sick is the decca drawn remdesivir but it is the decca drawn. That by far has been shown to be very effective. I do believe for those people who are not terribly ill that are just starting to show signs and symptoms of covid that have various co morbidity is considerably overweight have diabetes a monoclonal antibody that has given an infusion. I believe has also been a game changer. Although i've not seen formal data in that way but those are the big three medications that we give. I mean you've got to look at what's going on here in the us and it's gotta frustrate both of you. Knowing how many people are breaking the advice may be needle one column rules because somehow those of us in the us don't like those things called rules. Frankly i've seen a bunch of parties. Go on in my town. There have been a bunch of weekend weddings and dancing. And what have you and it's almost like. What are you supposed to do as a healthcare organization to get the message across. I can't imagine. What would happen. To dr steve here if there was a surge on top of this surge. That's an important point in all of us in healthcare professions of. I wanna start again by saying lots. Lots of people doing their level. Best imply vincent. I feel really badly for people who don't have a luxury to be at home. That essential workers people who were living in very congested areas. Tranquil did very best. They can difficult circumstances. So that's important to make sure we now. The hard work difficult circumstances lots of people living under now everybody's violating these guidelines but there are people who are either inadvertently or something some cases intentionally violence

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U.S. surpasses 20 million cases of coronavirus

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

U.S. surpasses 20 million cases of coronavirus

"To a tough year as 2020 ticked over to 2021, the nation reached 20 million confirmed coronavirus cases. US is entering 2021 with peak covert numbers and a new variant of the virus believed to be highly Contagious. Florida became the third state to identify the UK variant in a man in his twenties with no history of travel. California now has four confirmed cases of the variant. None of the foreman now infected, having had any known contact with each other Los Angeles seeing four times as many cases in December, then in November, a record 585 Coover deaths in just 24 hours. And that's a B

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The Latest: Madrid to open hospital for coronavirus patients

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Madrid to open hospital for coronavirus patients

"Health officials worry the corona virus outbreak is going to get much worse because of thanksgiving holiday gatherings they warned it will spread the virus the US now averages more than one hundred seventy thousand you covet nineteen cases a day and Dr Anthony Fauci warns we're not even seeing the effects of the thanksgiving holiday gatherings immediately see the difference so it's three weeks from now which would put it white at the time that people would be traveling to Christmas Dr Laura foreman is the chief of emergency medicine at Keck hospital in Providence Rhode Island she says her staff can't handle anymore cove it nineteen patients I am very disappointed that we've come to this place hope it is a preventable disease people with wear masks and stay distance and stay safe and stay home we wouldn't be in a pandemic she spoke to W. L. N. E. T. V. I'm ready to fall lay

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Mike Tyson might not stop after Roy Jones Jr. fight

The Adam Carolla Show

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Mike Tyson might not stop after Roy Jones Jr. fight

"Asked roy jones junior and mike tyson. What is your take on. Roy jones in tyson. Anyone has seen the footage of tyson working. The focus pads lately says Tyson looks like the scariest fifty two year old on the planet What's roy jones is plan with tyson. Roy jones lulu lot. Roy jones lot roy jones was one of the most gifted athlete of all time and was completely dominant in his in his prime. But he's not a bona fide heavyweight tyson tyson. Pretty much is how does that first off. What's the weight that what are they doing. A catchweight where. Where's that thing gonna land. Well mike tyson. I spoke to him yesterday. Called me on my birthday. Which was very nice and A mike is lost one hundred pounds. He told me yesterday. One hundred pounds. Wow he's in fantastic shape and he says he really feels good about where he is and himself and you know his weight and his mental outlook is is just fantastic. I've been overseeing the gym. I'm going to work on that. Fight showtime nice enough to let me go work on that broadcast and so. I think it's really interesting. He's fifty four years old. He hasn't Fifteen years okay. Said since mcbride and he was done he was done after that fight and he just said it to me in the ring that night he said. I just don't have this in me anymore. Don't have that instinct to go out and be ferocious. Wanna do this anymore. So i think now the passage of time and getting in shape and you know seeing what's what's gone on with athletes who have extended their careers. Obviously and other sports are not getting hit like he is but to see just how well lebron james plays at an age Getting older see. Tom brady to see drew. Brees to see these guys now. You know lengthening their careers. You know it's an exhibition. So we'll find out but tyson did tell me in an interview that he would be willing to fight. If you know see how this goes he would be willing to fight evanger holyfield on third and if he does well he would consider one of the champions right now possibly a joshua or fury down the road and you know everybody can point to george foreman right. The our was wasn't fifty four years old But let let's see how he looks. I i know. I know that a lot of boxers of told me that what they see in the gym. Just the speed that they would not want to be hit by that.

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There's no way to move PS5 games off the SSD

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

There's no way to move PS5 games off the SSD

"See what we discuss first. Let's just go down the list for ps five. So i do want to say if you are somebody who is easily offended please. Just don't stick around. Because i that's not how i work and i get it that we have people that come into the channel for these guys and who maybe are accustomed to the way i talk which is like a lot of jockstrap humor and shit. But i'm not going to sit here and lie to you about any system or at least what i consider lies just going to tell you exactly what i think of them. And what. I what i like dislike and that doesn't mean you will feel the same way. It's just exactly what i think about these things. So just wanna prepare people. Because i said this in the video my thoughts are very divergent. Compared to a lot of other people and i'm not saying they're wrong and i'm not saying i'm right but i'm almost saying that and i do. I wanna talk about this and see if you guys believe a couple of things that were seen is just what we've seen in the past in reflection of hyperbole or if i'm wrong so we'll begin first thing i'm gonna talk about you. Get this system. Ps five we're going to talk about for secret ps five. I'm going to do a video on this if you don't wanna be spoiled about the ps five. Looks like which would be weird. You can wait for the video but we're going to talk about this. I get this thing home. And first of all i just have to say man. I don't care what anybody says. It's fucking ugly the. Ps five is horrendous. It's like a kid who worth fire. Bridgeton could ruin at a router company and then watch lord of the rings like ten times in a. That's just the way it is. Do i care no. I don't care at all. it's it's funny. We can tease it. But i played the dreamcast played. The game cube game cube was a fucking cube. Like that's all it was. It's not these things for an artistic representation. I don't want it to look like a flower bouquet. So i got this thing at home and i opened up massive. It's ugly as fuck. It's got these huge gulf wing kind of things off the top. And i gotta tell you. It doesn't look good no matter where i put it in my house anywhere i. It was bad enough that my wife was looking at it and just being like damn son that is fucking ugly and my wife is. She married me like she's used. She's accustomed right. You're talking to somebody who wakes up in the morning. Fuck and goes into. My boxer takes his pissed. She's had to see that she's had to see ugly. She seen in probably lived through the sins of man just by knowing for a year and even she looks at this fucking thing. And it's like god damn. Can you hide it so i have hit it. That is not a ding on the. Ps five. i don't care. Because i don't think the. Ps four or the ps three. George foreman grill edition. Looked fucking awesome right and the xbox original with its sort of boxing look wasn't necessarily You know awesome so you get this thing home you look at it. You got usb on the front. You have the on the back usb on the fronts usb see as well as which is nice to have a ac- that's where you plug in your dax which by the way people were wondering if digital audio or digital analog converters work. I've plugged in a couple and the have worked on the. Ps five guess on the ps four Was a little little heggie so those worked so you get this thing home you plug it in transferring your old. Ps four stuff to your. Ps is definitely a little bit more cumbersome than the xbox so i don't know why but they have a lot of and this is something you'll see in the overall they have a lot of nested and bouncing menus where you're like over here then you're all the way over here that kind of stuff but got it set up and i moved my stuff over. And it's like you can take your ps four hard-drive plug it into your ps five. And i'm like that's awesome. I plug it in. My aren't showing games are showing saves. Aren't showing. I realize the only way to transfer it the way i want to is to plug it back into the. Ps four sign into that use gamertag. Then plug it into the ps five then. Transfer the stuff that. Ps five then go back to the ps four then plug it in then reload the other gamertag so some some of mine which have nda's on him some of my Games i have to play on a particular gamertag. That's like you know. Just jargon right it's like not me. It's not when i share with these guys because you'll be playing an nba game. That was a little rough. I got it figured out but it was just a little bit weird and just a word of warning man. Don't throw your. Ps four hard drive on your ps five and like reformatted or something because you might reformat another profile that's got some saves on there that you might wanna try transfer over but you get it up and running you look at this and i gotta say man. We've seen this you i. We've seen the videos. It's just a you. I don't care again it's just you i but it's not it's not great it is also missing some things like themes and stuff which i thought was weird because that was a big thing for sony. Those are missing currently But it's it's overall about the same really. I mean like you go up and then it's the same thing you see on the ps four. Your tiles right. The only thing is is they've now got two lines of like they've basically got two lines of tiles. You've got your top tiles and then when you open up game you've got your bottom tiles which includes a thing called a switcher which somebody else's mentioned so i don't want to talk about because i don't there's some stuff we can't cover right now but it allows for you to switch between games not quick resume by the way there's no such thing jumping in there playing it using that. Ui stuff you've seen. It's pretty much what it is if you like that kind of stuff that's great if you don't you're not gonna be able to get away from it but i just don't see a lot of people i don't know about you guys. I don't spend a lot of people in the. Us like a lot of time in the us. It's not something that i'm gonna. I'm gonna fred over so getting this all set up and going i another thing. It's cool to the touch like it's it's pretty much like the ps or like the xbox series. I saw some people say in both were overheating or both were hot and i saw some video. Ps five possibly on a shelf store shelf somewhere where maybe they had sort of contained it on purpose to see what would happen and basically says ups was hot. Turn you know like at adequate ventilation

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Working toward a new staging system for prostate cancer, and why it matters

Katz's Corner

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Working toward a new staging system for prostate cancer, and why it matters

"Doing some fascinating research. We have some new trials that we have ongoing and we're about to open some new ones. One that I'm very excited about for prostate cancer patients and those patients that have early stage prostate cancer that are considering our cyber knife program. Which we have ongoing that may need some hormonal therapy and instead of using the traditional hormones is a new hormonal agent. Now that we hope will spare men their potency in their erections in their testosterone level, and I'll be the lead investigator here for the GNU land going Enterprise. It will be open in the city as well as here on Long Island, and I hope to have that open in a few weeks. I'm very excited about that clinical trial. It's sponsored by the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. And I think will be the only center In the area That's going to be doing that, and we have some other trials as well. That will be talking about for those men with diagnosed with prostate cancer that have had a relapse of cancer using Very widely used medication called Met Foreman for diabetes, and our research has shown that There are certain receptors on the prostate cancer cells, thie insulin receptors. That, you know, has always been thought that maybe Sugar is involved in cancer growth. And if you can block the the sugar from entering into the cells, and it seems that made Foreman seems to do that. And prevent thes cancer cells from growing. This trial has been ongoing. It's up, it's up and running. And if you know of anyone that's already been treated for prostate cancer and Has had a relapse, meaning that there say is rising. Whether it be after surgery or after radiation than you can give us. Ah Ah call and be sure to Ah. You know, we have to evaluate the You know the individual, You know, it's a clinical trial. But

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"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Either make it better or you know Do It in a way that people feel is is more uniform and more fair. I. Don't know the answer to that and I think that's to be determined that the legislation sets up structure it doesn't have all the fine details. With respect to the states rights issue there. Are A lot of very high priced and very qualified lawyers who were involved in the process over the past year. Looking a constitutional issues and I believe drafted the bill in a way that insulates it from constitutional challenge. Typically as it relates to the preemption issue, any any trust issues are otherwise That doesn't mean that there won't be challenges. And I I saw I think in the police report that are read that the. United States trying. Association. Is. Suggesting that there are the provisions related to the Ability of conditions to in standard industry are unconstitutional. The. Funding Mechanism is unconstitutional. Whether or not they're going to challenge that in court whether there are any groups out there or any states that are going to challenge this legislation I think remains to be seen. I think it unlikely I I I think the greater concern may be. With with Kobe right now, and the state budgets absolutely being decimated by by Kovic. What does that mean here from a funding perspective and? Are. We going to see Legislatures to decouple racing or efforts by the casinos to decouple. As you saw in Florida I mean those those are all concerns that the authority has to and it's going to have to think that. that. Tha I think we all agree funding mechanism is going to be the one of the keys to this, and if they don't get it right it could be a tipping point for what happens going forward. That is to me going to be the single biggest challenge. For the Authority and if it turns out at the end of the day that to fund, whatever they're going to do is a small surcharge on everyone. Then I think that argument will you know the concernable go away on the other hand if they try to do it on the backs of you know one segment of the industry. Clearly I think everybody knows that's not going to work and it's it's it's going to have a tremendously negative impact. That that that that that could create a tipping point. So. That's a massive challenge for this authority to figure out how much money they're going to need. FOR WHAT THEY WANNA try to accomplish and how the how to pay for it, and that's not specified in the bill. The bill only specifies how to calculate it and how to spread out the costs and if the. Commission's don't want to collect the money that's that's mandated by the authority. The Authority is going to have the ability to sweep in and swoop in and collect that money directly. And that's and that's when. The that's when the owners and and and Horse Players need to weld their pocket.

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"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Going to be joined by Allan Foreman. In. Two. Minutes case valid at nine ten. And we will get Allen's reaction. To. The House action yesterday passing. the. Integrity and Safety Act. now off to the Senate. As expected to. Create. A medication and safety. Agency essentially and we'll talk to Allen. Obviously two weeks ago you heard from. Matt Hegarty and used. As. The news and reaction to this. Circulated It became very obvious that no one actually bothered to. Make an attempt to understand what was involved here. I mean. It's I. It was. Remarkable. To me. The questions suddenly suddenly there were questions about the the my favorite was, what who's where's the money gonNA come from well a now you're gonna ask that now. Now. You're getting curious as to WHO's GonNa pay Ford where the money's GonNa come from. You might have taken this up over the last I. Don't know year when I it's been. At.

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The Good and Bad on Oxalates

Diet Science

05:11 min | 1 year ago

The Good and Bad on Oxalates

"So D- what's top Richard this week this week we're talking about something called oxalate S- oxalate. Yes. This a type of compound that is found in certain types of foods that can be problematic for some people. Okay. So a so I Wanted to talk about because it's not problematic for everyone. But I. Think sometimes when you hear something is problematic, everyone gets freaked out and then they all everyone says, oh no, we can't eat those foods because they have oxalate in them, right? Right right. Right. So these were these naturally occurring foods exactly. So you know one of the things that I've talked a lot about in my books and my classes about these particular compounds are foods called anti nutrients, which are there in nature to kind of protect the plants you know in nature oftentimes, the idea with plants was that. It was to prevent predators from wiping out a whole crop of something. Right so we have things called fight AIDS and electons and things Fido Estrogens, and you know that will harmon insect some other things like make it. You know. Prevent. Absorption of certain nutrients so that a Predator may not continue to eat that. So there's a lot of things. oxalate is one of these types of anti nutrients it it is known it's an indigestible compound and food that prevents the proper absorption of calcium. from from that particular food if if there's also calcium in it or sometimes from other calcium containing foods that we eat with the food that has oxalate in my yeah. So it's kind of interesting. So some of the the biggest concentrations of oxalate are found in foods like spinach. and. Peanuts and chocolate. So you know that that tells us you know that sometimes people are eating a lot of these foods thinking that Oh. Yeah. This is great because these potentially healthy foods we have seen the Charles time. Yeah but we don't. We're not eating it in like mass quantities like we don't eat like huge amounts of spinach every day as salads or we don't eat it like we eat it but it's always a part of something else so. That's true. We haven't really ate like a salad you decide that you that you would start right? Right. So you know in in fact, you know when I was reading about this at said years ago these types of foods didn't pose a problem because few people ate large quantities of these foods other than Popeye, eating a bunch of spinach and we we didn't have a lot of people that. another food that that it's found in his rhubarb been fewer even fewer people rube bar back then. So but now you know a lot of health conscious people are eating gigantic spinach salads every day thinking that it's like the best thing ever and but it can lead to kidney stones and some other types of health issues tree. So and there's even some theories that maybe it's linked to autism. And that's kind of a theory. You know, I'm not going to go down that road, but I'm just reporting in case anybody else heard of that. They might WANNA research on reported statement about right. Well, the there doesn't seem to be there are studies, but there doesn't seem to be a definitive link to it. Probably more research is done on that okay but we do know for sure that it causes kidney stones will help us advocate this. So what happens is when oxalate is a compound that likes to bind assert to calcium specifically, but also iron so it can bind to both of those and. So, there's calcium in spinach. Spinach as a source of calcium as well. But we don't get much of that calcium out of it because because it because the oxalate binds and when we say bind would it means it's like a chemical reaction that when they get together like once chew up that spinach goes down into your gut and all that the it like forms a chemical reaction in the attached to each other and form a compound called House useful right? That's called Calcium oxalate. So. You know so that now it's bound that that calcium is now bound up in that molecule called Calcium oxalate and we can't really now absorb that calcium. Persist today's in the Gut and what what's really interesting is Our some of that Oxley. is broken down by bacteria in the GUT. and so you know one of them's called oxo oxo, b-actor foremen genus, and it uses that as an energy source the the bacteria uses that as an energy source. So so some of it gets used that way in the so we don't really ever get the benefit of that calcium that we eight. So

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"foreman" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"During, was asking. For John and Dustin, as creatives, how do you combat the urge to create out of competition? Either like against someone something someone else's made or something you've made and to fix yourself on creating as a true form of self expression and they said, how do you fight the urge if you have it for recognition? He says I want to produce works that stand out in this world, but I feel like it might be my pride that is one in the recognition. So there's a couple of interesting things he's asking about one is. Not Green out of competition. and. The flip side of that being true self expression, which I'm not sure I could even define that which we can talk about. And then this idea of like fighting against like pride recognition. So you do you have that competitive? Urge in you. Yes. I think that that That For me. There might be two forms of competition that I can. Identify within myself. One of them would be. The idea that there are charts and. Money and ticket. Sales. In. And objectify will quantifiable ways of winning and losing. On there's a really great book. CARSE. On the. Finance Games. Yeah. ooh, yeah I had. I had him on the podcast. No Way. Yeah. Guy is a legend. A. Really Cool. Book is amazing though yeah, and I feel like there's so there's the game of winning. Like having a number one, single I'd alternative rocker whatever it is. And that is one competition. And then another competition would be so that I call that a finite game, again, that could be won or lost. It's it's. There's rules. There's obvious winners and losers the. the infinite game is the game that you play. To continue the play and. It does not end. has no or beginning. You know when? I. Die The the game of art. Will. Continue. And it's not really competitive in that sense either no, and so I feel like that is this idea that when I hear a song ago, Oh man I've never thought that was possible. Wow. I. I wonder what would happen if I implemented something like that or it can challenge me to think man I wanNA create something that beautiful and that a different form of competition. And it's it's. It's almost more cooperative in the sense that like. Someone took the ball this far like maybe I could carry it further. Yeah. In I was never in theater, but my friend, who's like. Improv. Kid was saying that? In drama when you're in, in Improv, situation the phrases. Yes and and you are always saying, yes and yes, and I feel like that. Maybe to go back to that previous conversation. Is The yes. End of like the middle ground where you say, yes and and both both parties are telling the truth. You know we're both parties are telling their their own version of what they see from their side of things. And I think that's what art does really well as it allows you to say, yes and yes and. The Beatles? Yes, and led Zeppelin you know. Yes and Yes and. Lauren Hill, whatever it is, and so I feel like that form of competition is a beautiful thing. The other isn't necessarily. Evil, but I I do think it. It is. It produces less beautiful results. You know that. I try and. Try and focus on the other side of the competition. If if it's entering into the studio I, don't know what do you think dozen? Yeah. I like that way putting. Loved that book and. That metaphor can get used in so many different. Ways, I everyone really should check it out Maybe that's a better way of talking about. What Darren is calling like. True, self expression Like I, I would say. That idea. Even of true self expression, that's A. Pretty new. Idea in the world in the way that I think we think about it currently. and I think we get. Overly wrapped up in it, sometimes like what that actually means like It almost kind of creates ahead game for me. If I'm trying to drill down and be like this truce expression. Whereas I think you're creating in that spirit of the game. and. You're. Creating out of joy, you're creating out of wonder. Not Trying to I. Think if you're doing that naturally and not trying to parse out. You know all of the weird things that are going through ahead of the name. Given moment you're gonNA. Have a lot better luck with that. That's that's just me. Talking but I know that getting overly introspective at times. isn't very helpful I think looking at those. Those bigger markers of joy and wonder and things like that Can kind of let you know. Which of those games you're playing. Yeah. Yeah. But the second part of it was about. Doing it for like pride and recognition which ties into the. I guess it's another way of looking at that same. That same issue But I I kind of feel like. This is going back to. Like. That idea of I think the reason we want recognition it's it's tied to that that feared death, you know like. We want something of ourselves to live out beyond ourselves whether it's having. Actual flesh and blood children or a piece of art that I made or. Whatever it is I think we all. All have those feelings and I. I don't think they're. Bad. Necessarily either I think they can be. They can overtake The way that you are are living I can see that in myself like, I want. Is Not. Just the fear of there's also. So there's that I think on the negative end of the scale there but. There is like. Part of it's almost like a, it's reaching out for community for for you to say like. I said this and someone heard me and they it resonated with them and and there's a connection. Yeah. Yeah. At resonance is an interesting one because it's a musical term where. Like my friends. A luthier. And he talks about like resonant frequencies and like the reason why your windows rattled when a truck drive bys because your window pane has the same resonant frequency is the frequency of the truck. And.

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"foreman" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Not speaking you know. Middle, as far as. Politics but just. In a place that is open to engaging Variety of ideas and listening to a variety of voices yeah. Yeah, that's the goal. Definitely. And then I questioned sometimes whether. The platforms that we use are conducive for a conversation that could bring lasting change. Like. Twitter is wonderful for expressing. Little pithy soundbites. But. For me like sometimes. Like a longer conversation over a cup of coffee or something like that can actually be transformative in the way that lack. A. Twitter feel more like people just throwing grenades back and forth. Yeah, I think I. think that's a helpful word in the sense that. I think as individuals you can be that fertile ground for someone else to move a little bit towards a different idea. Something that might. Might worry them might scare them to engage with publicly. But. I think those. Those moments are powerful like with a family member with a friend. And? Patiently. Kindly helping them see something different I kinda both things. Are. Somewhat. Necessary though like I. I've also been thinking a lot about just. You can't get like a large social movement off the ground and pushing things towards something with. An infinite amount of nuance like it has to like distill somewhat. and so that that that distillation is always going to be in perfect or imperfect. But sometimes it's necessary. So I don't know I think all these tools are. Are. Imperfect, but I. Don't know I think individually we can. Do our part to try to us now. No, that's a good point that. If you're going to actually change something. It's going to be like especially something as big as racism in America. You're going to be using like A. Sledge Hammer and a chainsaw not like. Not Like Gardening tools or something you know. Y- and I think especially in the case of. Something like racism. It. What's happened is there's been like a false sense of Oh. We Dell, right? Yeah. Right. This isn't a problem anymore, and so finally people are like, no, no, no, this is not this is not done with, and there's an amount of shaking up has to happen for people who engage with the reality of both history in this country and the president. So. Yeah. It's. I don't know I I. Really. I would challenge people to. Win You. Have that thought of like, Oh that might be a good idea. But I wish they wouldn't have done. XYZ To to just just pause on that thought and realize that. Tell. Is, telling people I, don't know I was reading this recently. But. There's a great quote. Then I'm not going to remember but. There's A, there's A. A cruelty and brutality to. Continues telling someone to be patient. who's been enduring something like horrible for so long like it's you end up. You're throwing away their witness. You're you're silencing them and eventually they're saying like I've had enough of. Going along with this narrative like you need to hear me. Hey everyone if you're already supporting the show through, Patriot. Thank you so very much. If you aren't yet, I wanted to let you know that you can now become a patron and support the show for as little as five dollars. A month becoming a patron can provide you with a variety of perks including access to additional content like song lyric breakdown episodes, QNA episodes where you can submit questions for me to answer additional conversation episodes that won't show up in the public feed and access to our discord board where we're building community and engaging deeper conversations around the show. Here's a sneak peek at some additional Patriot only content. Somehow, I knew lost something someone brought up this idea that it it. It's a way of getting at the whatever the problem of life in some sense, right? Like you can call it original sin. You can call it whatever like it's there's. That that weird wrongness that is part of. Life like that. Okay. There's so much beauty, and then there's like something Kinda also really weird and. Right. And maybe, and you could make an argument that that's just That comes out of looking at things in a non helpful way to which you can do. But I think we all know that feeling like I lost that it's I knew I lost something I. Don't know what it was I. Say this is an example of being pushed by like my friend by circumstance by like having to try to learn how to write this way better i. think it's a good example of me learning how to write in story. Form, which I think is very powerful. If you're digging this podcast and wants to join me and others like you in our pursuit of the.

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"foreman" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It's not competent. It doesn't mean that it's not capable. It's that there is an error in the laboratory that needs to be fixed whether it relates to the specific testing being done or relating to something else really depends on what the assessors had found Allen Foreman with us and Allen Another question that I'm floating is out there and I don't know if you've got the answer to this Directly or not but Most of the of the racetrack practitioners Typically are really using lighter. Cain kind kinda switch toward Carbon Kane is the product the equivalent that is most more widely used but carbon. Cain doesn't show up on the On the therapeutic substance schedule are are they do they test the same or are they? Are they considered essentially in the same family? How how what? What should people know about About right by decay. So they're in the same family. Your local anesthetics. Okay when we develop the Control THERAPEUTIC SUBSTANCE LIST UNDER THE NATIONAL UNIFORM MEDICATION PROGRAM. We have the entire scientific community. Developing this list of accepted therapeutic medications there are substances that fall into each category for each type of illness were injury. For which a therapeutic medication would be required in the area of therapy of Local anesthetics why.

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"foreman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But we're still very much I'm in the midst of this epidemic this pandemic we're still seeing cases rise but I think it's too soon for us to predict where we're going to be four months down the road well foreman's I hated tell us what format is down the road is August so the the meat of summer and we know here in Chicago with that is we start counting summer right about now if we want to get as many days as we possibly can get in because the days are longer even though it's called we will go to baseball games in the month of April more wear shorts and T. shirts and then the wind will be like felt like upper sixties when you go to regulate or you go to guaranteed rate and you're sitting there and you're all kind of happy into the sixties know that maybe a burial warm and then the wind turns out the link and look out you turn into a human icicle now we know that if we're drinking outside it's summer in my book thanks very comfortably yeah I said outside around at the the other night I returned a fire on I sat there with a glass of wine in my hand try to make something make sense out of the world and then I kept everybody at least forty feet from me because that's that's the that's my distance everybody else's six feet not me pal I'm good I'm a full forty I'm surprised you're not like football a football field length hundred hundred yards get the bullhorn outlook communicator for the release of something pretty close very close to my daughter and son in law came over they came here and I said are you gonna sit over there I mean literally across the my my area that sounds weird across my patio my deck from me and we have called each other that's how we're able to communicate on the phone I didn't want them spitting at me so with this this is what we're gonna do I can't wait for quarantine of you know I am a I've got a I've the they may have dropped off a few samples forming so that I can follow along with what the the our expert is telling us so I just want to say look out by samples demeanor tire bottles I I don't know Kevin I don't I don't know and maybe I don't wanna say officially so we've we've got that coming up and I'm very very excited about that well I don't know man I the one thing that I was very much looking forward to and we'd already be doing that by now was going on hang hanging out with you and and all the rest of people on the show and Lauren and can we drag out there every once in awhile though she gets a little confused and then Brian and Jeff of course our producers and we all have to have a really good time out there over the summer and I'm not since I'm sure that we're gonna be out there I don't know so we suffer through the winter and then lose summer yeah and this year where the white Sox are gonna be so great and you know the type you know it's obviously not top priority but it's like finally turned the corner rebuilding the pandemic arrives yes I know this will Sox fans always do feel like your snake bit right there's that there's a certain amount of they've taken over the cubs it now the cubs are all fancy and like yeah we won the World Series and even though the Sox won the World Series fifteen years ago they're still like you know they're they're acting out in a way that is not like in any remembering of that is to say that all right thank you very much Kevin let's check the traffic with Lorna well look on the Indiana toll road has the westbound exit ramp at Broadway blocked off work also narrows the mainline to one lane approaching the exit ramp daily from nine AM to five PM the next day this will continue through tomorrow and in Racine county long term work is blocking the southbound I. ninety four forty one ramps at seven mile road I'm more laughter from the IDOT traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death you know these.

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"foreman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on KCRW

"The foreman's all look like they would go out for the same casting call for white women mid thirties who's recently had a kid while exhausted is doing a great job of keeping it together my wife introduced me to the group we made small talk one of the women asked about the book in my hand so I turned it over and showed it to her she noted that the cover I think if the session is star that's what I heard knock knock knock it was on the cafe's window coming from inside I looked up and saw a woman a server clearly worked at the only cafe she was angry and looking at me next she flicked her head and mouth something I didn't know what but the message was clear or maybe it was scrapped seriously what's the difference I was flooded with thoughts I could barely process I was stunned I was pissed I wanted to run away I felt like I might pass out I was actually strangely embarrassed is if I had done something wrong maybe I should have been talking to my wife and her friends listen I might have exchanged words we might not have I think I said something to the effect of a woman told me to get out of here there were some real these and a couple of what's within seconds another server came out and pretended to do her job she did have a water jug shouldn't bussing tables she didn't drop or pick up any checks she just stock the area and by the area I mean me finally.

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"foreman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Story about the foreman is accurate the federal judge should be appalled at what took place in her court room and she has a duty to determine what exactly took place in her corporate she doesn't even know right now she's going to proceed to a sentencing she should direct the DOJ to undertake an immediate and quick time deadline investigation into the foreman's behavior from her selection tear her tweeting if you wanna see interference by outside third parties and politicians in a judicial matter listen to what pelo C. insurer in virtually every Democrat in most of the media are demanding that main justice not manage line prosecutors line prosecutors are not even US attorney when the latter act in ways that are widely criticized as excessive and I'm just that would be preposterous and their constant demands for the attorney general's impeachment or resignation are intended twenty eight him and prevent him from acting responsibly that's what this is all about that's what this is all about so well I'm gonna move on now we're gonna keep an eye on this we're gonna keep an eye on this and we will continue to pound away because of I don't the hell is going to I don't say that would provide a which just said this is my background I know more about it than than a lot of people when I don't they bring in people who do and I'm gonna be posting about on this immediately just send something to Mister but is right when I read something to you this is from an op ed in The New York Times September eighth two thousand nine this so drew my attention way back when that I quoted from a Libyan tourney but I remembered and I went back the headline of this op ed and I'll tell you who wrote in a moment our one party democracy can two thousand nine any rights watching both the health care and climate energy debates in Congress to they didn't use climate change back then that will come later it is hard not to draw the following conclusions listen to this there's only one thing worse than one party autocracy that is one party democracy which is what we have in America no one party autocracy ladies and gentlemen is Marxism of fascism and combinations thereof so what this author saying is the only thing worse than that is one party democracy know what does he mean by that says one party autocracy certainly has its drawbacks but when it is led by a reasonably enlightened group of people as China is today as China is today you can also have great advantages that one party can just impose the politically difficult but critically important policies needed to move a society into the twenty first century it's not an accident that China is committed to overtaking us electric cars solar power energy efficiency batteries nuclear power and wind power China's leaders understand that in a world of exploding populations and rising emerging market middle class and for clean power and energy efficiency is going to soar Beijing wants to make sure that it's it's it's own they don't said industry in is ordering the policies to do that including boosting gasoline prices from the top down the first of all this description a red China is so outrageously fanciful in propagandistic that the writer is a is a mouthpiece free genocidal brutal regime but he goes on our one party democracy is worse about a week notice in that paragraph this op ed writer doesn't even know.

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"foreman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"foreman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Story about the foreman is accurate the federal judge should be appalled at what took place in her court room and she has a duty to determine what exactly took place in her courtroom she doesn't even know right now she's gonna proceed to set she should direct the DOJ to undertake an immediate and quick time deadline investigation into the foreman's behavior from her selection turn her tweeting if you wanna see interference by outside third parties and politicians in a judicial matter listen to what pelo C. insurer in virtually every Democrat in most of the media are demanding that main justice not manage line prosecutors like prosecutors are not even US attorney when the latter act in ways that are widely criticized as excessive and I'm just that would be preposterous and their constant demands for the attorney general's impeachment a resignation are intended twenty eight him and prevent him from acting responsibly that's what this is all about that's what this is all about so what I'm gonna move on now we're gonna keep an eye on this we're gonna keep an eye on this and we will continue to pound away because of I don't the hell is going to I don't say that would provide a which is that this is my background I know more about it than than a lot of people when I don't they bring in people who do and I'm gonna be posting about on this immediately just send something to Mister but is right I want to read something to you this is from an op ed in The New York Times September eighth two thousand nine this show drew my attention way back when that I quoted from it at liberty in Turkey but I remember and I went back the headline of this op ed in up tell you who wrote in a moment our one party democracy can two thousand nine any rights watching both the health care and climate energy debates in Congress to they didn't use climate change back then that will come later it is hard not to draw the following conclusions listen to this there's only one thing worse than one party autocracy that is one party democracy which is what we have in America no one party autocracy ladies and gentlemen is Marxism of fascism and combinations thereof so what this author saying is the only thing worse than that is one party democracy know what does he mean by that he says one party autocracy certainly has its drawbacks but when it is led by a reasonably enlightened group of people as China is today as China is today you can also have great advantages that one party can just impose the politically difficult but critically important policies needed to move a society into the twenty first century it's not an accident that China is committed to overtaking us electric cars solar power energy efficiency batteries nuclear power and wind power China's leaders understand that in a world of exploding populations and rising emerging market middle classes demand for clean power and energy efficiency is going to soar Beijing wants to make sure that it's it's it's own they don't said industry in is ordering the policies to do that including boosting gasoline prices from the top down the first of all.

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"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Law that prohibited sports betting. Our country and Dennis wasn't one who brought the challenge of dog did for years and what successful. Dennis knows a little bit something about the federal government commandeering state operated and licensed businesses in like in so. I thought he was a perfect choice for that well and as it happened then is Dennis. Actually I mean. This is a subplot Allen but Dennis says that this is a this is also going to be a comma deering issue if it if it ever gets to that point that he believes it's unconstitutional. Well I said that in my testimony two years ago and the Supreme Court had just decided I just weeks before The last hearing I pointed out the Congress that they are to the committee that they need to seriously look at the Murphy position issued by the Supreme Screen Court which dealt with calm during because I believed at the time and I continue to believe that this legislation is unconstitutional. But whether Dennis is right or I'm right or a wrong That's why we have courts and so this issue we'll get mired in litigation for quite some con we understand the intention of the legislation My view is that it's just if the federal government government were to somehow to become involved in our business. We have four bigger problems than just the issue of medication and those who believe that. The Horse Racing Integrity Integrity Act. Enactment would somehow solve our problems and make everything go away and everything would be fine and horses would not be breaking down on. Our racetracks are just simply leave. Miss being misled and those who are who are proponents for misleading the public into thinking that it's just not true and and that's what Yesterday I had mad hegarty before the Session started and then I I saw some of Matt's missives In response to certain quotes and in terms of being misled and statements that are just flat out falsehoods and and tired hackneyed tropes about lasix masking other drugs and about how the there was a couple that The MARDI that Mardi Irby said something that was it just made my head explode. I oh about how it's an epidemic of of breakdowns. When in fact the numbers keep look keep going lower? I mean how. How is stuff like this read into into the congressional record gross inaccuracies and misleading statements? All look we're not the only industry we're not the only Before Congress where Hyperbole seems to be and Soundbites seemed to be the way the the way to go. That seems to the way we operate in society right now whether it's social media whether it's before Congress.

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"foreman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"foreman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Foreman of my administration responsible recommend this article for things to do to make sure that the response is better very bad I don't know my son is handsome really passionate partnership can pass from the great great human they do it they're hard to find yeah as with the least amount two million people from our I don't think that's her fault though now does somebody on the board should be adding that although I mean it says Kyra Phillips forgets to turn off Mike but like at at if this job it's our job to turn our minds on and off yeah and but in in television that's up to whoever else found somebody with a board with a bunch of levels and they should be going as we pay attention and going over audio is on we turn it off even if it was to start to get a bit of a slip up they let that go on for a while this this one though this one this new one is pretty insane actually CBS evening news Nora o'donnell just took over at CBS evening news and she took over because a bunch of other dudes were creeps they're working there and Charlie Rose was fired by the network and one of the big producers executive producer name right cat Drogo got either had a lawsuit where you know they said he was doing so so it's like all all kinds of stuff so this week you have Nora o'donnell running this report and she didn't know or Mike was on in the report was about all of these allegations about not paparazzi what does how can I what was that story that we did this week about the singer who allow other three top class Placido Domingo the opera singer yeah Placido Domingo is facing all these accusations that he harassed people and the CV to pick this up here to all right we get to in a statement the mango said the allegations against him are inaccurate and quote I believe that all of my interactions and relationships were always welcomed and consent I'm like somebody else there the Los Angeles opera were to make that was now the director says it sounds like somebody else here like Hey you've been being creepy him doing all this stuff so somebody else's CBS news CBS evening news uses a right out of the reporters awhile do over to us in a statement to mean go said the allegations against him are inaccurate and quote I believe that all of my interactions and relationships were always welcomed and consent on like somebody else there the Los Angeles office it was now the director said it will hire outside counsel to investigate the allegations and Nora here's the thing so they that's how it aired exactly like that CBS news scrub the whole thing when they when they put the video of live people started commenting on the and they scrubbed the audio of her saying that so you can no longer check that out so what are they covering up daughter knows the person is just like opera singer guy I have no idea I don't know if you talk about people who were there are people who are there but always love those super candid moments with something like that happens it's it's exciting it's can be are there are a rise in what they're calling ghost restaurants you know goes restaurants are any guesses before I tell you Sabrina and ghost restaurants just a our new things so you have to consider that while they would call it a ghost restaurant because it's not there often are right like a pop up kind of thing you think yeah but I think they were called pop up at that point so I'm not I don't know I deal all right of stress stroke care what you think sealer I think it is restaurants that have come back from the dead like hops or steak and ale and close well not close at all actually but yet they get sounds like it could be right with a vote of confidence you Caroline bond is a zero owner of one of these places that they call it ghost restaurants they call it that because there's restaurants all over the place there's bunch in Tampa Bay no there's there's a a lot of these across the country and these restaurants there's nobody in sight nope nobody goes the rest of their seats and there's tables but nobody actually goes there they do all their business all full of a bunch of tablets with all of the delivery services you know there's I've I've seen a couple restaurants on like uber eats and stuff for I've gone is that up I've never heard of this place I don't know where that is and I'm wondering if there are places that operate there just just for that deliver it could be that they're saying these places they've got shares nobody goes in there everything is done off of these tablets with a book we got another order from doorstep delivery loop we got bereits we got it all of their stuff is done through those delivery services which is why they called ghost restaurants.

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"foreman" Discussed on Trial Lawyer Talk

Trial Lawyer Talk

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"foreman" Discussed on Trial Lawyer Talk

"Welcome to trial or talk. I'm Scott Gloves gain. I'm psyched that today. We have Rafe Foreman. Who's going to share with US? A wonderful story that we're all. GonNa Learn from. Rafe really walks the walk and talks the talk of being a caring trial lawyer. He's one of the best listeners. I know certainly one of the best storytellers. I know he's incredibly creative. Incredibly Dynamic and he's going to tell us a story today about a case that he tried that really touches upon the ideas of how to discover a story in. Where is the story in your case? And what's the story that resonates in our gut? In what's the story that's going to resonate in the jurors? Got Rafe has been a fulltime law professor for the past several years but fortunately for us and our clients should have the wisdom to bring race into one of our cases Rape is now back trying cases. He's based out of lubbock Texas but Rafe tries cases all over the country. I've been trying to get him to come to California to try case with me for the past several years and looks like now. Maybe he'll have the time to do it so please enjoy. I'm very excited. Because this is truly as one of the best episodes that we've had and let's get started. I'm very grateful.

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"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Switzer recently released their brand new album native tongue and on Valentine's Day will kick off a massive world tour with colony house. We talk with frontman John foreman about how personal trials shape the new album and ask them to give us a behind the scenes look at some of the breakout tracks here is part of our conversation. John foreman. I wanna start with what happens the opener. That seems to really ask the big questions about purpose. And and meaning and sort of a why of things happen? And you know, I it seems to kind of find peace in sort of this not randomness alive, but the, but the unknown of life where did that come from? Because there seems to be a degree of kind of uncertainty Hinch in the song. Maybe. When I see this spring two or I'm going to be thinking Jerome, and that that, you know, change in every song find meaning in whatever phase of life, you're going through. But when I wrote the song, the this postmodern, maybe it's more of a modern notion that of control. Something that we all seemingly want we want introl. We want to be able to dictate where life is going. And yet I think most of that is in the losing. I don't know how much control we really have. Certainly of her own death or birth and a lot of things in between. And there's a surrender in. Acknowledging. Own. Limitations and. Coming face to face with the infinite, you know, that that is a truly healthy surrender. No, not simply apathy, but actually knowledge in my own limitations acknowledging might desires, and then embracing known branching uncertainty nut kind of what songs to do. And we felt like it'd be helpful to start the record with that. Like that kind of acknowledgement to render is a good place to start any conversation..

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"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Store. Few today. Coming up later Jon foreman from Switzerland joins us. They have a new project that just came out. And we talked to him about that John has been a big billboard. Have you seen that any driving there when you get on the interstate and he's kind of reading? Yeah. They're up in life. They've made it they've really. Twenty years in. They finally. Behead to spend that propeller a few times to get the plane going. But now that it. They're playing the Reimann next month Huck or you're gonna go. Uh-huh. I don't think so any any major Christian artist plays the Reimann. You're there. All these labels Amy playing the Reimann that I like, I am there. Favorite venue? Have you been to show their surely? Yeah, I just love it is it haunted. One hundred percent very sensitive to the paranormal, and I will not be attending concert there. Switch foot or no sweat foot. Now, and when I die it will be plus one haunted because that is exactly where I'm going to stay question. Switch foot billboard. Is it is it the band, or is it just Sean Forman? It's actually just the album cover. Unfortunately. It was the band indoor John foreman. But but it's native tongue. Right. It's just out. There is like one rotating one right there that is all album covers usually. Yeah. I wish it was like I wish it was just fun John foreman. And this band calls a lot of tension in the something, you know. Documentary would get into the rock doc, the switch, you know, Jerry to breathe, you know, the rock doc, I'd watch it about the tensions. Have you been driving down? You're driving down the interstate. And there's a billboard still feels like a pretty antiquated form of of word out there. You know, this is this is definitely from a different era. This is pre internet pre digital era. And and you're looking at the billboard. You're you're driving dangerous situation. You're driving in your like, I don't understand. I'm looking at this billboard. I can't tell what it's trying to sell me. If is this is this is a cause if this is a an item like a product or a website that I need to go to I feel like more than any other form medium advertisement. Billboards leave me more stressed because now I'm going to get your car wreck. And I don't know what I'm supposed to be sold on here. The ones that have way too many words in there too small, and you can't make it out by the time. They'll give you a whole bible verse the Christian ones are the worst because they just get the entire the whole entire both testaments are there on the they're trying to give you many a lawful lot of theological biblical history. And one billboard. I will say this type of churches at typically put up billboards. They don't really have passers at are known for brevity. If you attended shirts that investing in billboards, the servants like two and a half hours easy. Every sunday. There's a lot of sweat a lot of screaming, and yeah, they're not. They don't really condense it. There's no like it's if it's tweet size. It's too big. I mean, you gotta have a couple phrases union. I mean, yeah. Like a second glancing up from the road. Yeah. My phone numbers on there. 'cause you're like how in the world. Remember the phone number? The I was in LA this week. They knew how to do billboards in L A because it's it's going to be almost all of them are movie or show or premiers. Right. That's it. So it's like this epic looking photo from the, you know, marketing of the show name of show date. And then maybe like the the logo of the channel. That's it. All I Bohm and it looks beautiful do Google it. If I care, I don't need the website. We. Billboard in Orlando. We should..

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