22 Burst results for "Goebel"

"goebel" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"goebel" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"Like the full book and trade dress in some. Make your foundry look nicer and look like tales from lubar twilight two thousand and blah blah blah blah blah and. They're relatively affordable eleven. Seen him as low as eleven dollars in his highs like fifteen bucks or something. Yeah so they're really great if use foundry and then the last one which also piggybacks on the foundry component because we talk about freely stuff all the time this one's by cobalt press which is home of beasts so a few are v addition fan or needs a lot a lot lot of monsters in you use foundry. It comes with a low tokens through represent all of the monsters and men. Probably all their stats. So and that thing is at the double check. The cost on that afria fe even looked Do not see the cost. On that foundry content knowledge for thome obese in the book of layers. he'd our players as wealthy out book of layers is there to layers as well. Yeah look as well starting today. Rearrest goebel kobo press store pickup found recounting keys for the thome obese. And the book of lairs. But i don't. I don't have the cost. The fifty dollars is for foundry. But i don't know how much it costs a book. Layers fifth edition is nine hundred. Ninety nine toma beasts is virtual licenses thirty nine ninety nine. That's forty bucks. There's a lot. Chrome obese a hefty as i took pieced.

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"goebel" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

Spiritual Dope

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"goebel" Discussed on Spiritual Dope

"A bachelor of a one is religion serving. no yesterday. Do most they can get to at. The highest level is four hundred in the biggest thing is that there's this extra god they're reference reverend saying okay and that takes all the power in here and puts it out there and not have to be reversed that they are divided in the powers in here and it's been been given to them to come here to use it now if there's any religions out there the other teaching divinity inside let's learn how to access it then that's the one to go to but it's definitely not the one that i grew up a of that i i love i answer Because it's so true right. We look for everything on that. We really want outside of us before we ever give ourselves the opportunity to to look inside including permission to be ourselves right. We will to relook to somebody else to simply be ourselves and now in all fairness to them so they're not hard on themselves because i don't want people being hard on themselves as much as they've tried to be themselves. There's a phobic response trying to stop them from that happy to be fair with themselves to know that it's not an intellectual said okay. That's so important to them to know that they're just missing the combination to the safe. That's all that's all. They're missing the news. They're open receptive are connecting. Will create that kind of like manuel. Yesterday you said on. I couldn't i did it without you and i said yeah you're right man and i couldn't have done it without you. So he brought on two percent of his gift. And i brought one hundred percent of mine to create one hundred percent for them for him. And so it's like there's this you're looking outside yourself for something you were trying to get a drink water with a stranger and it'll never ever quit your thirst. Great one Several appreciated. Where can i send people to find out more about you outside the events what that i am divinity. Kobe versus dot com is the place to go. Okay i mean. I got another one. But that's for that's for the that's for. They won on once and all of that. This is that a mass thing for the mass extensive acer. So that's the one. I ended entity. Goebel versity talk. they'll fire. I appreciate you reaching out appreciate you being on the podcasts satisfaction A delight to to meet up with you. I really appreciate what it is that you're bringing world's thank you. Thank you so appreciative of us connecting such a gift..

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"goebel" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"goebel" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"We were talking a little bit with paul mission control deck into over before we went on air about well about the newest hobbit films you. Yeah some people love your mileage may vary it is it is a trilogy. Well there are there are there are some weirdness with the tolkien stuff surrounding goblins hobgoblins. I believe correct me. If i'm wrong here but hobgoblins in the tolkien verse there. At least within the hobbit is used to refer to a version of a goblin like a huge goblin. I think the goblin king that's featured in the films at least the three films that came out there more recently. The goblin king is a hobgoblins. This huge crater that has like a goblin but like ten times the size of any others. Let's be weird. I'm not. I'm not gonna throw too much shade on on those movies. But yep yep. They weren't my favorite for everybody. Yeah order the rings was amazing. I think and to be fair nostalgia me has may have colored my experience with a animated nineteen seventy seven hobbit from rankin bass but a re watched it. I dig it. Yeah i'll tell you what. Colored my experience with the peter jackson havi series a massive battles with zero stakes. Because nobody ever gets hurt. If you're protagonist in the hobbit world you're fine just jump into that lava you'll be fine. You'll get out because amazing nothing can happen to you all those dwarves made it. They fell down long. They filled out the largest ravine. I've ever seen in my life in featured in any movie and they were just like. Oh well let's get to the sunlight. I it's your man. I believe that tolkien originally his working title for the hobbit was the reveal and played a much larger role in the story. Sure wasn't the invinci- hobbits sorry that plot armor okay you do i. I know we're on a tangent already in it needs to be said that one of the most important things about david bowie is it when he is around a series of goblins. All of those other goblins get plus one plus one and they gain mountain. Walk if you're you know early on sometimes they. They gain haste depending on the goblin king. Yeah and you know what. That's a real difference between goblins and wendy at least the beliefs in them goblins in folklore our thoughts of role pretty deep right a lot of goblins once D- wendy seem more solitary. But we'll we'll find out how these terms get a little muddied as we said it translates to elf but it is commonly treated as synonymous with goblets. Experts aren't sure exactly where the term goblin comes from. But they have a couple of guesses tracing it back to the fourteenth century from the norman french term goebel in gop e l. i. n. and then tracing that term back to the twelfth century with something called gobble innis..

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"goebel" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes

One Two Three Jokes

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"goebel" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes

"Only the most recent twenty five episodes are available to listen but hopefully that will encourage you to find more so. Yeah please do that. What else aaron craft our resident judge he has also our producer he also provides the music for the show which you can listen to over on soundcloud captain lovecraft. Cpt period lv uk are apetit. Check it out. And i think that should just about do it for the show and les paul steve. You got something you want to mention. Oh well i if you ought to see the apple or mentioned Game show that we were doing online. You can go to. Mike tweets channel their king old tv Or i go to my youtube channel. Just go to all goebbels youtube channel and off every episode is there to see every episode of the online game show. Ed will also have a all the pertinent links in our show description so make it easier on your folks and should do it. Less sounds good. I'm jeremy martinez div. Do you have anything you would like to plug. I'm not even sure Who i'm following around. So i'll just. I'll just take all paul's plugs plug him up. Ricky's other line cashmere shirt underneath on episode proper. I if in fact the audience response to you can believes audience as audience. There's going to be like a new hashtag. Free steve movement go judge. Did i mention. Did i mention jimmy. Martinez did say that. He so that it'd be episode. There's something you can you just do. One thing that we agree policy says the girl who beauts herself in the middle of the show. Take a phone call. We agreed tweet just for anyone's information. I'm bob timmons. I'm carly kastner. Craft and paul skipping ricky usually do i'm steve mantle and this has been another not man mandal..

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"goebel" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes

One Two Three Jokes

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"goebel" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes

"Those cities he's the worst because he's bad at it is like your degree lee skilled and then i like rick's part of your world. Joke is the first one. So i'm not i. I won't say anything about paul. And i'll let steve talk about pause that i enjoyed paul song. That was good. The i was i was in where i was supposed to be taking notes. So i don't remember. You know ten minutes back to the jokes. He actually wrote sure they were hilarious. The thong really was the high point of the Scarlett johansson catsuits. Oh that was good. I liked the scarlett johansson cats it all and the joke about nerds getting base inconsistency those are those are those are above average for paul. Supposed to judge. Off of steve's take are you judging judging have no idea. I don't yeah what's happening going through some points. Aaron all right. I'm gonna give a point for number of funny jokes. So rick had one funny joke one point. Jeremy had one funny joke one point. Bob had one job because didn't explain zebra dick's and giving them. It's nice of you to assume that if you've got it it would have been funny. That's very doubt. Paul had to funny jokes giving him people's already out in front right right. Let's keep moving because we got another guest in about him to ask paul another question to see if he can get okay now..

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"goebel" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes

One Two Three Jokes

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"goebel" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes

"Country bear jamboree appealing to go see his show. It's like kant is in the title. The daddies wanna see that. Show all dan and some of the mummies disneyland is known for its mountain. Outrageous splash mountain. Space mountain the matterhorn and now the grand tetons You can't expect animal kingdom to uphold decency standards they're the ones who dressed the babboons and winnie the pooh shirts to accentuate red asses or add acids red assez. Okay is my now that disney has protect. Protect us covering up that young woman. Let's all get pictures with scarlett johansson look like in a skin tight leather catsuit. She's empowered They didn't care about the top at animal kingdom something about seeing zebra swing around.

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"goebel" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"goebel" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Some people can be very successful doing that but for us And just kind of who we are. And what dna we have. We loved the passionate born out of pain and experiencing that pain trying to solve that. Because those those are the fires that work through hard times. Because sean you said this shit ain't easy and they'll stick with it if they're fired up about the problem. I absolutely loved that. I'd be really curious to know. Have you ever have founding team. Come into you. That doesn't have just above average ability. Technically but you almost sold on then or are you guys just so strong in your convictions. That that's not even goebel. We're pretty strong conviction. If you look at most of the things we do it's it's it's really technical founders. But you know it doesn't have the whole team that could be one technical founder and kind of one business oriented founder to right because a lot of times you can run into problems to only funding technical founders. Because we like to say is that you have that passion. But then you have to have this unique insight into what you're building is a product and going hand in hand with the product is your go to market how you build your product also dictate your go to market for example if i'm gonna build a friction lists bottom-up Application i need to make it super easy for people to get on boarded to use it. You know have incredible time value. If i'm going to go into large enterprise and sell top-down million dollar deal at better make sure it's enterprise ready to make sure it can still the databases of their make. Sure that it has single sign on all of these things so so that kind of how you practice what you think about really dictates the model so it's not just technical founders but they have to have a depth of thinking around go to market they have to have a depth of thinking on thomas story because that is the most important thing by the way to telling the story. Because if you can't tell a story in in a very succinct way it's hard to recruit people join your your movement because you're probably creating something new or creating new market. It's also hard to kind of committed people to buy your product which may not eating exists so all those things are things we look at the l a lot of that play there. I'm wondering and this doesn't have to be someone invested money even better at. It's not. is there a founder. That kind of fits that criteria and this could be throughout history that just easy for the listeners to identify with the criteria of just kind of defying the odds or find the odds technical background being able to distill down there thinking to to let them know for for both pitching it to companies. I can. I can tell you a couple right now. But one in our portfolio that really stands out is as a company called sneak s n. y. k..

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Could Subscription Models Save Hotels?

Business Wars Daily

03:13 min | 1 year ago

Could Subscription Models Save Hotels?

"There's nothing quite like staying in a Nice Hotel and Ashiq, location to make you feel like a VIP. Maybe you prefer staying near the warm sandy beaches of Kabo, San Lucas were being nestled in a bustling Paris Rondi small. If. You're ready to board an airplane takeoff to somewhere far away travel subscription might be just the ticket. Subscription based models have taken over everything from entertainment to clothing purchases. Now, the tourism industry is following suit vacation club Inspir- Otto has reduced the price of it subscription model for twenty five, hundred dollars a month you get your pick of luxury vacation homes, hotels, and resorts all over the world with no other fees. Taxes were nightly rate charges a new six, hundred dollars. A month option gives you access to the company's lodging options, but you also have to pay for the room. Bookings through your inspiration subscription can last up to sixty days but a minimum of seven days is required between a checkout in a new check in so you can't fund your endless vacation on an inspiration subscription, but you can bring guests they just have to pay their own airfare. The company told C. Suite Quarterly magazine that pass holders typically travel every six to eight weeks with an average of four nights per trip. Another company adopting the subscription travel model is amsterdam-based citizen 'em Hotel. The brand isn't targeting jet-setters instead, it's targeting quote freelancers digital nomads in adventurers who love Big City Life, but not big city rent prices. In other words if you're sick of working from home and M.'s Goebel passport gives you access to twenty one hotels in fourteen cities including New York Paris and Amsterdam. For roughly fifteen hundred dollars a month you can stay at any citizen 'em hotel for the month or travel between hotels with a seven night minimum stay at each you also get access to meeting rooms and the living room workspace. So you have some room to move around in in addition the company's corporate subscription plan is about six hundred dollars. Per employee per month, companies get access to meeting rooms and living room workspaces plus each employee gets three overnight stays per month travel media companies skipped called traveled subscriptions a mega trend to watch, but they also face some obstacles I. Obviously, the pandemic people are worried about covid nineteen and travel restrictions are a moving target borders may be open one day and closed the next depending on the viruses spread while the US State Department lifted the travel advisory about international travel the Centers for Disease Control still advises. against. The travel to dozens of countries including most of Europe Canada and Mexico The Wall Street Journal reports, and June survey by the International Air Transport Association found that more than half of people surveyed. Don't plan to get on a plane this year at all. But for those who are ready to start traveling again for work or pleasure subscriptions grant. To enviable destinations in lodgings and tourism companies are hoping their offers are enticing enough. Customers will check it out. And start, making plans to check in. Once again.

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"goebel" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"goebel" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Conversation is a system it's multi-layered it's multicomponent. Very, adaptable to too many different situations and we're all really really good at it. Were so good that we don't think about how complex it is but. What would we tend to do? We see sort of this outward? View of it, and then we think that that's the thing. But really there's a thing there's a system behind the thing that we should really be trying to build. that that enables what would enable want in and able so much more so like. You know once we unlock. The Gatien or loosely bounded context. We actually, we actually make so many more things available to developers. Then if we just have preference setting, which is one one aspect of context but it it just focusing on the introduces some real limitations. Right. Well, it's interesting you sharing your thought to. A couple of people commented. Well Tobias Goebel. For example, said more research isn't the answer because I think that would be one of the things we had no last from facebook and impede an from cognitive. They were talking about this idea that it's actually pretty hard to do these multi terms and to achieve what you're talking about, and then you've got to buy a saying Yes. Okay. Fine and he's done this for. Decades himself, but we don't need more research. We actually know how to do this. We just need to do the work right and yes and I say. Me You know pick apart. A couple of things one is depends on who's doing the research what research Is Doing I think a lot of people in the tech industry who need to do who need to do with literature review type research of what's known about human conversation and human interaction. There's. Immense. Amount of richness there and people who have done. Amazing. primary research. So we don't need to do primary research we need to do we need to learn from that research, which is a form of research in of itself. the second thing is. We've had so many different tools in so many different platforms for the early days of speech recognition before we got to. Syria lexcen Amazon a serious google assistant in in so. There's a lot of folks who. who say it's hard because they look at it and they think it would be hard for them. I know all the people you talk but the. Pointing them specifically it's just it's. It's the difference between it's a hard problem versus it's hard for me to do it. So if you want me to play a piano concerto. I'm going to say that's really hard for me to do because I can't even really do chopsticks. Keyboard means I know how the piano works, but I am not going to play a concerto for you. However playing concerto the ability provide giving someone the ability to play a concerto who can do it is is a solved problem. This sheets music. There's a piano someone has the training boom they can play it. So it's not. It's not the thing it's hard in in many of these cases. Is that people who haven't done it look at it and perceive that it's hard and so. Is it something you talk people who have done it. Lash in Peter People. have been down this road before in one form or another well I. If you I don't know when you last looked at it, but I responded to lash and said, yes, you know he he shared a paper from Microsoft's co-authored and I looked at it and I. Yes. If if you're limiting yourself to to the approach that we should be able to recognize. Everything that's involved in a conversational interaction by analyzing the text then yes, it's really hard. Why? Because that's A. Sliver I shouldn't say a sliver it's a piece of the data. It's one. Yeah well, we need conversational data so we have text level. Any. There's some faults there too. 'cause we ignore word order most of the time and stuff like that but but we need. We also need to like where there weren't words or where there were things that are just there conversational aids like arms and earns and well drying dragged out words or pregnant pauses things like that like that's all data to and it's really really important because we're getting those are signals for for different things you know on our in our our floor holders like don't don't interrupt me yet I'm thinking about what I'm going to say next but I'm making a noise so that you know that I'm doing it. And it's and that's being applied today not just some of the systems we talked about. But

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"Were so good [at conversation] that we don't think about how complex it is." Phillip Hunter Formerly of the Amazon Alexa UX Team and Founder of CCAI - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 14

The Voicebot Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"Were so good [at conversation] that we don't think about how complex it is." Phillip Hunter Formerly of the Amazon Alexa UX Team and Founder of CCAI - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 14

"Conversation is a system it's multi-layered it's multicomponent. Very, adaptable to too many different situations and we're all really really good at it. Were so good that we don't think about how complex it is but. What would we tend to do? We see sort of this outward? View of it, and then we think that that's the thing. But really there's a thing there's a system behind the thing that we should really be trying to build. that that enables what would enable want in and able so much more so like. You know once we unlock. The Gatien or loosely bounded context. We actually, we actually make so many more things available to developers. Then if we just have preference setting, which is one one aspect of context but it it just focusing on the introduces some real limitations. Right. Well, it's interesting you sharing your thought to. A couple of people commented. Well Tobias Goebel. For example, said more research isn't the answer because I think that would be one of the things we had no last from facebook and impede an from cognitive. They were talking about this idea that it's actually pretty hard to do these multi terms and to achieve what you're talking about, and then you've got to buy a saying Yes. Okay. Fine and he's done this for. Decades himself, but we don't need more research. We actually know how to do this. We just need to do the work right and yes and I say. Me You know pick apart. A couple of things one is depends on who's doing the research what research Is Doing I think a lot of people in the tech industry who need to do who need to do with literature review type research of what's known about human conversation and human interaction. There's. Immense. Amount of richness there and people who have done. Amazing. primary research. So we don't need to do primary research we need to do we need to learn from that research, which is a form of research in of itself. the second thing is. We've had so many different tools in so many different platforms for the early days of speech recognition before we got to. Syria lexcen Amazon a serious google assistant in in so. There's a lot of folks who. who say it's hard because they look at it and they think it would be hard for them. I know all the people you talk but the. Pointing them specifically it's just it's. It's the difference between it's a hard problem versus it's hard for me to do it. So if you want me to play a piano concerto. I'm going to say that's really hard for me to do because I can't even really do chopsticks. Keyboard means I know how the piano works, but I am not going to play a concerto for you. However playing concerto the ability provide giving someone the ability to play a concerto who can do it is is a solved problem. This sheets music. There's a piano someone has the training boom they can play it. So it's not. It's not the thing it's hard in in many of these cases. Is that people who haven't done it look at it and perceive that it's hard and so. Is it something you talk people who have done it. Lash in Peter People. have been down this road before in one form or another well I. If you I don't know when you last looked at it, but I responded to lash and said, yes, you know he he shared a paper from Microsoft's co-authored and I looked at it and I. Yes. If if you're limiting yourself to to the approach that we should be able to recognize. Everything that's involved in a conversational interaction by analyzing the text then yes, it's really hard. Why? Because that's A. Sliver I shouldn't say a sliver it's a piece of the data. It's one. Yeah well, we need conversational data so we have text level. Any. There's some faults there too. 'cause we ignore word order most of the time and stuff like that but but we need. We also need to like where there weren't words or where there were things that are just there conversational aids like arms and earns and well drying dragged out words or pregnant pauses things like that like that's all data to and it's really really important because we're getting those are signals for for different things you know on our in our our floor holders like don't don't interrupt me yet I'm thinking about what I'm going to say next but I'm making a noise so that you know that I'm doing it. And it's and that's being applied today not just some of the systems we talked about. But

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"goebel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Okay boomer okay wolf boy okay bloomer okay okay boomer we give me I'm Dave Goebel with mobile K. boom I mean you want to talk about let me look at me how many levels can I assault this guy's a Bombay number one look at me number one have we ever seen more comically misplaced bravado then a Dave Cavell the swagger of a Dave cavalo walks around like what you're saying go ahead I'm going to show up on Friday night deter curtain back to to the campaign was to not hurt me to the punch I want to you know want to tip my cap to deter because when all right and you haven't lived till you've heard deter turn agro I enjoyed that well I want to set my cabinet was a deed or save it for the bomb babies on Monday right at the airwaves he had to go but the comically misplaced bravado and swagger of a Dave cavalry I mean he's got fantasy gondolas in the sky that are never going to happen dude this guy's blowing out he's thrown out stadiums at Laney college that even check in with the board and that one is not easy and everything said so he's accomplished nothing due to the mess that he talks to a Bruce Boettcher over a bay bridge trophy all that form all that did not to mention the fact that he somehow trying to spend like some sort of swag that they don't have a radio station do you understand the key of your pays the giants a lot of money to get this the giants are making tons of dough often have a radio station okay I was trying to tell us that it's okay that they don't get millions of dollars in rights fees everything is like I mean he just skipping into the ditch of irrelevance in lameness to make it a fun baby number one and we move on all right this was not on that would not that one all right maybe number two this is tough because listen I mean you know the guy came into the ring all dressed up in coach can help me out here what was Deonte Wilder when he walked into the room where the mask was like very similar to something out of lord of the rings I don't this is a result of the past six years and when you come in dressed like that and then you get your **** kicked that's a tough look that's a tough look to come in costume and go out shamefully with your I mean listen the guy's a good fighters the first loss of his career and as he says you know it happens but I gotta say when yet when you come in costume and you lose your heavyweight title you gotta make bomb baby what is what they did to protect their job which is important how do you recover from something like what happened the night you know this is all about the best that's.

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"goebel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Shielding the ball movie of the four core the young back out of the left side three and it's good to the ball to trim the lead to thirteen well now with the mid thirty seven Goebel for apps on his actual visa held in check that time is left wide open bridge would sit inside Alex to land in the hockey is played out the Kerensky right there that left handed faceted noted that the tire possession generates get in the right way here's left in the paint leave it offer Feliciano underneath walk by Alex right back the policia if you put a bowl police will handle all the wing to Harrison the foul line leans in this hamlet drew the foul against Jericho first battle against Jared he'll harassing saw the contest able to get himself to the free throw line Shaquille Harrison out of Tulsa Kansas city native second year with the bulls drafted addicts also with four seasons there started every game as you make that free throw you know the colds the coaches Tulsa not right now I have a no no in the past did you did you was any old pal years the the consulting free throw good if you keel Harrison thanks think of the good so we don't we don't yeah I'm not what you can use me to my wife I got my Toledo tonight Leo holy Toledo there's not anywhere near coals not while not that I know X. down the lane leave it off for the slam a Korean princes in the midst of an excellent productive game again he's finishing all plays around the baskets made of three that time dropped it off again seventeen assists now for the next this first that sixty eight to fifty four native front forty seconds to go.

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"goebel" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Buildings on Thursday on already Jersey soldier killed in Afghanistan thirty three year old sergeant first class Michael Goebel was killed in a roadside bombing last month a member of the special forces global will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday efforts are moving forward in New Jersey to stop the practice known as ghosting the identity theft of people who are dead legislation sponsored by assemblyman Wayne deangelo would require the NBC to compare its database with death records from the Social Security Administration at least once a month to make sure drivers licenses are not being given to people who are no longer alive we don't want someone being able to go out and impersonate someone else even if this specifically that person's feast he points out a report by the Jersey state auditor found thousands of drivers licenses and other identification documents have been issued to deceased people by the NBC and other state agencies David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news time any jerseys first news five oh eight new details this morning in the disappearance of Stephanie pars NJ dot com reporting on the nine one one call made to police by Stephanie's mother and it seems to indicate she may have stayed with ex boyfriend John always bill Jim the night before she disappeared as Belgian was named a person of interest in the case though never charged that was before he killed himself days after being released from jail on unrelated child porn charges the search for Stephanie's body has included section of Staten Island euros Belgians home with enough energy capacity to power more than fifteen thousand homes forty five solar array projects have been given the green light is part of a state pilot program that helps New Jersey move closer to the governor's goal of one hundred percent clean energy by twenty fifty the board of public utilities announced the approval of forty five community solar projects and projects are currently put on landfills ground feels and rooftops BP you president Joe for your lease so says with these community projects the output is divided among multiple participants homes businesses that want to use renewable energy but don't have a solar array on site in this first round one hundred percent of approved projects happened to serve low to moderate income households the no fly me on New Jersey one a one point five news somebody jerseys first news five oh nine normal operations this morning at Morristown airport after a plane skidded off the runway on Sunday Beechcraft turbo prop one into a grassy area around noon foggy conditions at the time it does not appear that anybody was injured the federal agriculture department has now approved new Jersey's plan to allow farmers to begin growing and producing camp and hemp products state agriculture secretary Doug Fischer says hemp is used to make rope building materials clothing oil should really has brought opportunities for the ability to use it in many products this recess have comes from the same plant as marijuana cannabis sativa it's a great opportunity for farmers to have another cash crop and then of course the for areas of production he says they're hoping processors will come to New Jersey to process hemp oil because most of the money is in C. 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D. oils joker Jersey one one point five news seventy jerseys first news five ten a middle state take over a key Wall Street ratings firm has raised Atlantic city's rating and issued a stable outlook after a series of casino closings in the loss of tax revenue plunging the city into a deep debt hole the state took control of city finances a takeover ends in less than two years and what happens after that is unclear moody's investors service road state oversight remains critical to the city's continued well being a new graffiti exhibit called era soul art is at the Morris museum in Morristown till March fifteenth it's the first of its kind in the nation co curator of the exhibit will castle country says for most of the twelve featured artists the exhibit is about the differences between your media street art and all sold the tradition within the culture of graffiti writing from tag the role of the pieces from your old productions and majority to artists that ARE initial are professional artists the shortest was given a week to paint their own sixteen by twenty foot wall almost paying homage to their Jersey hometowns golden globe for best drama goes to nineteen seventeen in the epic about a World War one mission film to look like a single continuous shot taking home the biggest trophy of the night Sunday beating out fellow nominees the Irishman marriage story joker and the two popes nobody jerseys first news five twelve will the snow return this week we'll get an extended look at the forecast with Dan a recap of our top stories next to Minsky Doyle Hey what's going on guys grab me on love the show thank you like you got you know like if you got calm down that's why I like you guys did you tell my wife that I don't think she believes the afternoons to till seven on New Jersey one a one point five and NJ one a one five dot com build Susan you look amazing what's the secret.

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US adds detail on how soldier died in Afghanistan this week

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

US adds detail on how soldier died in Afghanistan this week

"The Taliban had claimed its forces targeted a convoy of US troops with a road side bomb during your rating conduce province Monday but US forces in Afghanistan say that's not the case sergeant first class Michael Goebel was with his unit when they discovered a cache of Taliban weapons as they were clearing them out an explosion killed go we'll and wounded an Afghan service member the type of weapon or ammunition that exploded remains under investigation global hailed from Washington township in Bergen county New Jersey and served with the army's first battalion seventh Special Forces Group he was thirty three years old Ben Thomas Washington

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"goebel" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Listen anywhere on I heart radio each month part two is possible I'm Carmen Roberts fox news Democrats raise the possibility they may pursue more articles of impeachment against president trump I comes as part of a court battle to compel former White House counsel don began to test the phone attorneys for the democratic controlled house of representatives say the impeachment of president trump does not make a subpoena issued to White House counsel don McGann moot in a filing to a federal appeals court the house argues the Judiciary Committee still has an interest in hearing from again about events described in special counsel Robert Muller Russia report writing if against testimony produces new evidence the house could proceed to new articles of impeachment the justice department is asking an appeals court to dismiss the case arguing there's now no reason for judges to be involved in a political dispute on Capitol Hill Jared how burn fox news he was as watching North Korea closely after Kim Jong and threaten to deliver a Christmas gift to the US that as former national security adviser John Bolton strongly criticizes president trump's dealing with a regime the heighten holiday attention on North Korea happens to coincide with Bolton offering some of his harshest criticism yet the president's diplomatic overtures to Pyongyang tweeting we see that it's unacceptable for North Korea to obtain nuclear weapons but that's more rhetorical than a real policy at this point he says he doesn't think the administration has a plan to stop North Korea calling the danger to the more than twenty eight thousand US troops in South Korea quote imminent boxes Lucas Tomlinson new satellite images show north three has expanded a factory that makes a long range nuclear missiles Afghanistan's defense ministry says the Taliban attacked an army checkpoint this morning killing at least seven Afghan soldiers attack yesterday it left a US soldier dead the Pentagon has identified him as sergeant first class Michael James Goebel of New Jersey thirty three year old green beret America's listening to fox news is a podcast hosted by fox news channel CNN bring.

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"goebel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on AP News

"The Pentagon says sergeant first class Michael global of Washington township New Jersey was killed in combat the Taliban claimed they were behind a road side bombing in Northern conduits province the Taliban now controls practically half of Afghanistan but continues to stage near daily attacks targeting Afghan and U. S. forces Goebel was based on of Eglin Air Force base in Florida 20 U. S. deaths have been reported in Afghanistan this year there've also been 3 non combat deaths more than 2400 Americans have died in the nearly 18 year conflict the US has been trying to work out a peace agreement in Afghanistan with the Taliban and Donahue Washington

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Pentagon says New Jersey soldier killed in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Pentagon says New Jersey soldier killed in Afghanistan

"The Pentagon says sergeant first class Michael global of Washington township New Jersey was killed in combat the Taliban claimed they were behind a road side bombing in Northern conduits province the Taliban now controls practically half of Afghanistan but continues to stage near daily attacks targeting Afghan and U. S. forces Goebel was based on of Eglin Air Force base in Florida twenty U. S. deaths have been reported in Afghanistan this year there've also been three non combat deaths more than twenty four hundred Americans have died in the nearly eighteen year conflict the US has been trying to work out a peace agreement in Afghanistan with the Taliban and Donahue Washington

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To Keep Exports Flowing, Saudi Arabia Looks to Import Oil

WSJ What's News

04:50 min | 3 years ago

To Keep Exports Flowing, Saudi Arabia Looks to Import Oil

"We're going to turn turned back to the attacks that happened over the weekend in Saudi Arabia and we're going to look at just how deeply they've abandoned the global flow of oil. We're reporting this morning. That Saudi is now considering importing oil in order to ensure it can continue to reliably expert oil got that here to explain it. All is Sarah McFarlane. Who's in London so Sarah. Walk me through what you're reporting found. Why are they importing oil so over the weekend. Saudi Arabia had around half of its oil production production knocked out by missiles that equates to around five or six percent of global oil production now. Saudi is a massive export of crude oil the royal you get out of the ground it also Cape some of that crude oil and it refines it into high-value products like diesel which is I used to help generate electricity in Saudi and gasoline which is used for vehicles for transport fuel at the moment. What we're seeing is Saudi. He's really working hard to preserve its crude oil exports and by doing this. It's actually looking to the market. The global market to import more of the products sucks that it normally would refine it so so it's looking to import more diesel for instance than ordinarily it would be at this time of year and second to that. It's also looking to import crude oil. This is really unusual for a country that such a massive supply to the rest of the world of crude oil. It's turn into one of its neighbors Iraq and asked whether they might have capacity to export some crude oil which could then be used to refine into products for Saudi Arabia's domestic markets so for making that diesel in that gasoline. Why is Saudi doing this. Saudi really really wants to preserve its reputation as a reliable crude oil supply to grow global markets. one of the ways it can do this is by trying to maximize is what it can send out in crude oil to the global market at the cost of what it is is actually able to refine locally so instead. It's going to cut back its refining activity and it's instead going to take diesel for instance from the global market rather than making it itself. Is this the first time that Saudi has imported oil in this way. Nari Saudis always imported some products it's more the scale title of what Saudi is looking to import the moment. That's unusual you know this week. Saudi Arabia's state oil company ARAMCO was looking to buy three hundred thousand listen barrels a day of diesel fuel oil and gasoline that is pretty unheard of Saudi to be looking for those kind of volumes games and what about global oil reserves I mean is this something that Saudi Arabia can control on its own or will we need to release some extra shoyer from someplace else so the International Energy Agency overseas a large amount of the global oil reserves and so far they have said that this is not enough of a crisis for them to release those stocks however we have had president president trump in the US authorized the release of some of the US's domestic strategic reserves but at this stage we haven't seen lean him say anything on what volumes he think he thinks it's necessary to release no have we actually seen anything released as yet at the moment. The main thing that we're seeing in terms of Goebel reserves is Saudi Arabia is drawing down its own stock so that's one of the ways that the feeling the gap caused by the the attacks on their facilities on the weekend. They're releasing some of the oil that they already had in storage. So where do we go from here. What's this going to mean for heard the global oil market at least in the short term well at the moment. Saudi Arabia is saying it believes this is a short term issue that by the end of the month it will have a lot of the oil that's been knocked out of the market back online however some analysts more skeptical and feel oh that this could be an issue that takes months to resolve. We don't have a lot of clarity yet on the timeframe for repairs on exactly what the damage don these on who the contract is going to be and how they're going to go about repairing the different facilities that were hit on the weekend so it it really he is white and see at the moment you know. Saudi does sound quite optimistic. At this stage about how quickly they can return to normal not ever on in the market share that optimism

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"goebel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To the program. Go ahead. I guess you could say question for the jerk, and it's relating on climate change and hurricane season because. Two years. As of today, we I, we've been seeing a lot of crazy and in some cases, scary hurricanes, where here in Texas when we had Harvey it was, it was not supposed to been a category four yet, it's jumped into category, fort right, right before it hits raw port. And he's been given given the major given those how though city like heavy damage from that store. And my question is, what, what is his thoughts? Of how bad qualitative to be when it comes to hurricanes. Well, most scientists will agree that if the world gets warmer, there's more energy goes into the air. Yes that you can evaporate, water or easier if the oceans get warmer seasons evaporate, the water. So there is a significant increase in energy in the air available for storms with when you have Goebel warming going on directly attributing specific hurricane. The global warming or specific tornado or whatever is very, very difficult. There's been a lot of work in the last.

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"goebel" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Is. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye. Let's go to Peter New York City. Peter, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, good evening gentlemen, that the Democrats will you wanna lose? They what the people to take back the Democratic Party, because they sold it far left socialist at source at Goebel warming group that the only way for them they get out of it. Well, I won't fully discount your theory. Because, you know, you do a little bit of logic there and thank you for the call. But it is I this is the this is the, the, the, the party that this is the future of the party. This is where the go and, you know, I, I wish what you said is, is true. And it's humorous because they are so far out of any type of common sense in any type of critical thinking that you say, well, this, this has to be a philosophy to lose. Unfortunately, is philosophy that roughly half of America agrees with. Yeah. Otherwise, they would vote differently right? I mean until until American start voting differently. I'm not going to say that the party does not represent the people because the people keep voting the same way. Right. And so that's there's really no change in. I don't see any change for travelcenters of America. Here is your forecast. A good portion of the east. Still experiencing spring like temperatures. But the heat is really going to get cranked up in the west today, even Boise Idaho part of the action with ninety degree readings expected there for Las Vegas yesterday at one hundred today. One of five tomorrow in Vegas is expected to be at one zero seven for Phoenix one oh nine today will break the one hundred and ten degree. Mark tomorrow. With one hundred eleven degrees forecast central and southern California be part of the heat wave as well. If you'll be on the I ninety five corridor today, the northeast and mid Atlantic should be drying out. You'll see cloudy conditions for the Carolinas, perhaps some rain moving into Florida that system moving off shore for the midwest and deep south mainly dry today with the exception of some late afternoon, thunderstorms. The bulk of the rain showers today, will be in the northern and central plains. There's your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist, John trout. This is Peng's news. Traffic and severe weather station. News talk eight fifty. Mt. L stay connected. When you support a locally owned pharmacy, you're contributing to the growth of the community. The dollars you spend stay right here to support our local community health mart pharmacies are locally owned firm ases. There's one ranked here pharmacies have a personal commitment to their communities because just like you. They support their community health. Mart pharmacies are locally owned hometown crowd pointing beaches at health mart town.

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"goebel" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on WJR 760

"I don't know if I'd want to deal with it. A little bit here. There's ways to deal with it is me so famous interested certainly you could Email myself, Jordan, young at Jordan, young dot com. BC Jeff Goebel golf dot com. Brian Email address. Oh, Brian dot Karen's at Y, mail dot com. Got like, so that's probably the best one good. So check it out. We're pretty excited about it. Like, I said we've got about fifty percent booked already, but we're taking up to four groups per per per date. So next week next week would have got on the docket for PGA tour. PGA tour is down there at Louisiana students plan with them. Mister, nice, man. I mean nice man, how we talk in teepee CBC, Louisiana, right? Okay. Yep. Right. One of my favorite. Yeah. That's a two man deal in the Taft points. But half points Stewart needs a few more points. Aachen FedEx FedEx Cup points. Right. Right. Right. Right. So it's, you know, top seventy I think in the FedEx Cup points getting the PGA Stewart right there are we getting close to the first major for the women. Oh there. It had one. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, they had to assure. Yeah. Where they're jumping though. Yeah. And we're kind of wrapping up the NCWA season here. I should say wrapping up, but we're getting towards conferences. I was checking out a bunch of them today. I know that Michigan state. They're playing down at the Kepler. Correct. Is that VC finish? They finished second two rounds of they had cancelled around yesterday talked to James, and he was you know, one off the lead Pyatt, and they started out the second round. And the guy that was leading wetter went bogey-bogey Poggi start. They use nine they washed it late yesterday shoot sixty four kind of walk with. All right. Two guys, you know, one guy she's sixty four, but I mean ball was in hand. Oh, okay. But anyway, the scarlet I looked at James what is up with these sixties is mentally. I don't care what you're doing with the ball's shooting in the sixties. There are guys eastern Michigan there in Iowa City with Illinois and a couple of other guys in Iowa State. And I think there are forty seven to forty four under and our guys weren't quite that. They weren't quite that low. But we got the MAC championships next week. So yes, a big week. I think they're at big states at with the Hicken. Cricket clo-. Are they wake? Yeah. Who's hosting Rutgers? What's what's the Hicken? Hicken Vesa James. I got a yard book for you here on my car. Yeah. Yup. Cool. Good for them. Good for them. So that'll be cool. All right. Big ten championships. The MAC championships. The women had their MAC championships. Let's pass me a huge week. Steve Yzerman is back. Your turn into a sports show. Due for a pro-am. Good for him. You right guys. We'll.

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"goebel" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"goebel" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Because that's where it gets me. Like, I feel like I could somewhat see where endgame is going but game I have no fucking clue. Really? I have no idea. Let me ask you this. Do you think one of them has a higher potential to be a wild disappointment? Because that's unable has more potential be while this point, I just because it's hard to TV show. So many finale for TV shows people like, oh that sucked Goebel all your favorite. Character is probably gonna die statistically with all the people that are left who's your favorite character game of thrones. Go about Arthur are you start because your favorite person? So me, he's already. Okay. I would've said Arias will might see me. Lancaster, Jamie Linister. I just like so me because everyone talks about him in such high regard. I do they should prequel just him. I think he's in the bureau Zing. They're doing a prequel. I thought it was like a way precluding it his way prequel, which several spinoffs happening. The geo t c yeah. Got you. You did you guys managed to get tickets bringing? Yes, you did every fucking movie theater. The try to get them from fought me for like it took me like an hour and a half to get those me and Trevor were splitting our efforts onto different web trying. It's too much Barbara yet to much got someone. I'm not going to see it until a couple of days after what about the? That. The tickets went on sale overseas. Yeah. I had a shitty internet connection. Maybe if you went all you with people on Twitter, you could have been if I could have been buying tickets. Thanks, Cowan for at the office who bought a bunch of tickets that you could just get all just wait. Wait. I think you'd get spoiled. Yeah. I'll if we'll be the end of the world be the end of the game who do not want to die game of thrones. I don't want to die. And I also don't want Braun to die. I don't want Syrian today. Really how Tyrian? Yeah. I guess so tour is good at that. Who were not wanna die? I think. Okay. What just about anybody going? I don't know if there's anybody that would be like not them. Lorry efforts. If it happens it happens. Do you think generics is going to? I don't know. She seems the least likely to me she seems like like if you're if you're betton knows about like what's the spread? He's like gotta video even money. John snow's pretty close to winning the whole thing identity on snow will die because he's already died. I don't know. I don't think he's gonna die. Now. Dragon died the views. His arrest. That's that's like last season stuff on the last episode. There's so much stuff that hasn't happened in the season that I remember about this season. And this last episode is going to be so frigging jam packed with stuff that was a big scuffle at the end of the season in the snow. The I don't remember who died like thirsty Thursday. I don't remember who died I'm looking at fourteen. It the dues with the flame sorts such a cool and very dairy and have the flame swords, right? Yeah. And the only has the flame sword. I think Birkin daring doesn't actually have a flame sword while he did in season.

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