23 Burst results for "Guyer"

"guyer" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"guyer" Discussed on Wow In the World

"But sh the drivers still sleeping. I gotta get this cargo to the loading. Why what this magic as the truck bow. Jared guyer is ten four. Why didn't i replaced the tires with rubber band balls. We'll go for a ride. Not so sure about this guy. Rasi okay in three to what someplace. Physics biology okay. That's enough.

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"guyer" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:03 min | 5 months ago

"guyer" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"What i would say is the kind of corruption legalized. Corruption in washington has got a lot of attention when it comes to the financial sector and not a lot when it comes to national security or foreign policy. So if you're jake sullivan biden's national security adviser and you were advising guber you're advising big banks advise even something funny like the toy company over the past two years. It's not immediately clear how it's a conflict of interest but you know that corporate influence has a huge role in how biden establishing this administration and the place. I'm really interested in is the consultancy world because they're not quite lobbyists we don't know who they're consulting for the companies won't talk about it consultants on it and yet they're cashing in on their recent government experience and worst of all from my perspective advising companies over the last two years what a biden administration or a democratic administration might do when they're in power these represent real conflicts in they're not exactly borne out we don't know in the situation room how their own out but we know that many high level biden officials were working for corporate interests over the past two years that has to affect the way policies are made in yemen and saudi arabia wherever people have a corporate or business interests do you have a sense of i mean what could break the cycle. I mean short of you know that this is endemic to capitalism that That there are there. Are there ways in which to sort of like Ah pull this apart in some way. So that the those people who are influencing the policy of the united states whether it's foreign policy domestic policy for that matter are not doing so because they're they have a vested interest or that those interests are even aligned right. I mean even if you want to take the most charitable perspective like well. I just happen to believe. In a i. And so of course i would tell the government to adopt it and of course if i have billions of dollars i'm going to invest in it But but how do you how do you. What is it just simply making ethics rules or what. So i mean biden does have the most robust at the rules today but we need radical transparency. We need to go even further. I mean i got my hands on some documents that showed you know in average ethics form for this national security commission on artificial intelligence may be five to ten pages. Eric schmidt's thirty seven pages law. That has to be financial entanglements. When someone like a jake sullivan national security adviser. Tony blinken secretary of state. When they make ethical disclosures they disclose as little as possible and we could really reform the rules to make sure that there's a wide amount of information about who these people's clients were in by the way. What were they doing. I reached out to microsoft for example. Which jake sullivan worked for. They didn't want to comment in detail. But it seems to me if you have microsoft breach about a month ago and jake sullivan is tweeting about it. In saying we need to download this microsoft patch you have to wonder. Is he tweeting. As the former adviser to the president of microsoft where the current advisor to prison is the consultant corruption this new generation of it sort of a response to or a rebranding of what we saw get a lot of attention in bush administration as the iraq and afghanistan wars waged where it was a lot clearer that these were defense contractors. Now we just have a a a smarter upgrade to the software not to use an analogy. That's especially relevant to what you're discussing will two crucial points one is. It's not that the defense industry doesn't need a huge software. Update they are behind. And that's that's true. It just doesn't need to be commercialized. Let's say and second the corruption. I'm talking about you know it doesn't compare to the trump level swamp. Where you know. They're really nasty entanglements but even so we ought to hold the biden administration to a really high standard. And it's not good enough to say you were a consultant but you're not gonna extensively share your clients or exactly what you're doing for them and there's this whole kind of soft space. Where oh these are companies. So that's different than defense. But in fact they're all working on similar issues and really radical disclosure and getting really deep sense of what i didn't officials were working on. Cluny biden officials in his top national security. Inner circle were working as consultants in the last couple of years and that has to be very defining of how they see the world. How many twenty of them were working consultants. How many exists. What percentage is that. I couldn't give you the percentage sam but we're talking about you. Know top people in the national security council the state department. I'm getting financial disclosures. Every day from the white house and i'll say oh my god is another person who's at tony blinken. The secretary of state's firm It just runs deep in one of my concerns is people haven't been giving the kind of attention to consulting because it's not lobbying but we might call it shadow lobbying. They are working for corporations. They're not directly asking government. Hey i'm working for this corporation. Can you help us up policy-wise but they're doing everything but opening that door and it's really crucial that we have a deeper understanding of how this whole network of shadow lobbying or consultancies work in the capital in new york in financial centers across the world. How how does. I mean how. I mean i i. I can't imagine anyone disagree with it. We want we want more transparency. But how does that transparency.

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"guyer" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:19 min | 6 months ago

"guyer" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Alive. Justin All Guyer is one of the most recognizable names in the NASCAR Xfinity Syriza and our Woody Kane had a chance to sit down and talk Martinsville with the NASCAR Xfinity Series veteran Theo Atlanta winner fresh often off week, but I know he wanted to be on that dirt track at Bristol Nadal You had to Martinsville where you were runner up. Last time we were there, and it seems like the calendar and the stats and everything are lining up for you. How do you feel? I feel a lot better right now than I did it begin season. Obviously way fired off out of the gates and the beginning of 2021. We just We were terrible. We fought just everything you could possibly come up with the fight. We fought of this seem like so Nice villa tendencies around. Obviously, t get to Victory Lane at Atlanta was awesome. Tonto was the first time I've had exulted Echo Park on the car. So to take in Victory Lane in the in the Echo Park to 50 was really obviously really special. You mentioned the dirt. I'm I'm super bummed that the Xfinity series didn't go there. Track of Bristol. Yeah, That's uh, That's a number one when I grew up on racing Andrea, but number two. Not only did we not get the disgrace, but we also missed out on a great race track in Bristol Myers fuming, right, you know, going from two races, the ones that was super disappointing just because I felt like we had a great shot to maybe take a victory home. They're dirty rascal. So way going to Martinsville obviously dash for cash weekend so You know, being able to qualify for that huge thanks to infinity for what they do in that regard as far as just reinvesting into the into the teams and the organizations that support the Syrian on a regular basis, and it means a lot to all of us. And then, as you mentioned I finished second to last year. However, I think the four of us that are in the dash for cash. We finished 123 and a gentleman in her was leading the race and had a flat tire right towards the end and wasn't able to battle it out for a win. So I'm not sure if you could pick any for that have a better shot at going to Martin's villain and going for that grandfather clock but most importantly to that death for cash money. Before we look ahead. Let's look back a little bit that Atlanta race even though it was only a couple of weeks. It seems like longer than that now, but everybody was focused on the whole Noah Gregson and Daniel hammering, scrap and true experts really good. And meanwhile, you're just okay. You guys do that. I'll go on and win. I mean, that kind of feel like you'll have your fun. I'm going to the Victory Lane now. Honestly, that was one of the one of the call, Marie says. I feel like I've been able to be a part of her for myself. You know, way fired off right on the box and I felt like we were. We were good. We weren't as good as we wanted to be. But we were good, but we made good changed all day and and that's really what it comes down to, You know, with no practice, no qualifying, You have to fire off strong, but you also have to be really going back in with the changes and you'll pick crew were lights out. Regain spots on the road every time and we made adjustments. The car that ultimately helped propel us to having Ah, better better car. So you know, I think that was a big part of it. Um, you know, we got a gift when Martin spent on the road. Obviously, that helped tremendously But on the other hand, you know, I felt really good about the fact that you know, as he came back through the field and got my choice to the end of the race, you know when when he closed in the gap, we were able to kind of push a little bit harder. Those last 10 or 12 laps or so and then kind of pull a little bit of a gap, and it was huge from a from a driver standpoint. Absolutely one of the one of the bigger winds of my career, just for the simple fact that we executed all day perfectly. Things went the way we needed him to go. And that just those days don't have very often. No, they really don't and you mentioned gotta break there. But you've had some times to you and almost anybody else who's raised where you felt like you had the best car and it didn't work out for you for one reason or another. So that stuff kind of has a way of evening out. But Looking ahead to Martinsville. The cookout to 50 is under the lights, and that's got to give you a little something extra there, doesn't it? It does. I mean, you know Martin's was obviously a great facility. I've been a huge fan of Martinsville long before the Xfinity series went back there. You know, I got I attended my first truck racing Martinsville many, many moons ago. Darryl Walter was actually in that race. If that gives you an idea of how long ago I attended a truck, crazy Martinsville well, Um, you know, my dad not always to go there as fans and walk through and be a part of that event is because we really enjoyed it. So Martin cells can always been on my list of racetracks that I've had circled, you know, having a little bit of comfort experience. I didn't hurt anything. But on the other hand, you know, last year going back to Martin's with an infinity serious car, having a good car thing that's first and foremost, we had a great great great Camaro. We were able to battle for when late in the race and, you know, ultimately lock our way into that final round at Phoenix and do the things that we needed to do. So you know, I don't know. I don't know what it looks like this time around you under the lights is gonna be extremely different in the track conditions are gonna be different The way you're going to raise the things you're going to see you're going to be completely different. So I'm excited for that. I know they took the grass out as well. So I think a few of the guys are excited that there's no more grass in the infield. But how does that affect? You know kind of how we raised. Not that. Not that It's really easy to get up on top of that cur, but That took some guys out the last couple of years Cup and Xfinity. So you know, I'd be interested to see what happens there. But we got a beautiful race car. We've got the fight Hunger, Smart change Unilever Walmart plus car, So we got all the Unilever brands on the car with.

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"guyer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"guyer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the two thousand and sixteen World Series between the cubs and Indians we now rejoin Aaron Boone again sold it at the bottom of the eighth inning with the cubs leading six to three three two runner goes in a straight all right center field as at eight six two four there we talked about what a good hitter and a dangerous hitter Brandon Guyer is against left handed pitching and after singling digit offer Jon Lester and his last at bat a ringing single lap he runs the count full so that is Jose repairs at head start from first and he just with the real story hi fastball writes it in the gap in right center reveres scores easily by the end of that lease sorry at the plate rice J. Davis written out of the eight it's a fastball a little outside wall war where did that bring fresh life back into the bowl poor it ain't over yet six champions for Roderick sector chewed out by today and the water was swinging the ball popped up right side well back into the seats yeah we'll try to get a little dirt out of his cleats on the back of our everybody standing regressive field including became abroad J. some of his teammates are here rooting on the athletes chat but a look back at the Goddard center everyone wanted to swing the ball popped up out of play right side again all fastballs to this point for Aroldis Chapman ten pitches and fastball been anywhere from ninety eight to a hundred and one these fastballs to Davis has really gotten on the beach the mobile app and I expected to stay hard Davis for three two strikeouts in his career against to download second at the one single page fastball outside wall to Joe Maddon said before the game the only thing he would do differently last night was have strolled up before Russo holder so that once you nobody could've rock stroke it right away to start the policy chapter five which is not a huge deal to us we're gonna grab your file five connections though.

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"guyer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"guyer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"All adds up to an extra five the traffic and weather together in the sense that we lost WTMJ palette of U. I dot com consumer traffic let's get into the weather center and meteorologist Brian Guyer sorry we're a little late Brian yeah you're so annoying well it's nice so it's you know it's March when it snows before noon and now it's sunny and forty five it's all good in the next few days look great too I sure do going to get into that really quick answer behind yeah time I see how it is my favorite time of the day and I discussed last ours too sorry bout that life all right so tonight down to thirty we could see a few more snow flakes after two AM they will not accumulate just get the pavement wet for the morning commute tomorrow starts off with a few clouds then it's sunny in the afternoon forty one that's a little cooler than today but still four degrees above normal Thursday some light rain or snow mix in the morning but get ready for a nice warm afternoon highs near fifty with a strong southwest wind other March day Friday sunny and forty and then the weekend wow spring fever sunshine and fifty to one Saturday near sixty on Sunday for the third Sunday in a row looking fantastic and you told me to remind you Saturday night we spring forward that's right set those clocks that won't be a pleasant night of sleep but manic side about the extras on Jeremy like seven thirty and still light out Sunday night awesome that's good stuff thank you Brian got it and walk a shot forty one in Milwaukee it's forty two degrees sports is up next powered by weniger compressor ready to service any facility twenty four seven a pressure is off that busy it's the eighty eighth time that one of your compressor celebrating the new year.

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Sputnik's launch inspired satellite navigation systems in October 4, 1957

This Day in History Class

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Sputnik's launch inspired satellite navigation systems in October 4, 1957

"Day was October fourth nineteen fifty seven the Soviet Union launched the first artificial earth satellite and scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology noticed that the frequency of its radio signal increased as it moved closer and decreased as it moved farther away this discovery led scientists to study how they could use satellite to locate receivers on earth and idea that marked the beginning of the development of satellite delight now the Gatien Systems and eventually GPS after sputnik launched two physicists at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Dr William Guyer and George Wife Balk taxed the satellite using the doppler effect. The doppler effect is the change in frequency or wavelength of wave as the waves source and it's observer move toward or away from each other a familiar illustration of the doppler effect is the change in pitch of sirens marrone's as an emergency vehicle approaches and passes by Chairman of the Applied Physics Laboratories Research Center Frank McClure suggested that if if the satellite position is known then a navigator on Earth could receive and process the satellite signal to determine their location this led to the the creation of the transit system the first satellite-based Geo Positioning System Transit was developed by the AP L. and the Defense Advanced Research Research Projects Agency and it was sponsored by the US Navy. Its main purpose was to provide location updates to the Navy's ballistic missile submarines leans but it was also used as a navigation system for surface ships and for survey transit was fully operational by nineteen sixty four in one thousand nine sixty seven transit became available for civilian use but scientists realized that a more accurate navigation system that could could operate all day every day would be better than transit transit had high accuracy compared to other navigation systems but it's still had limitations fans the technology and techniques developed for transit contributed to the introduction of the global positioning system or GPS so did the development element of other programs like commission and six twenty one B but by the early one thousand nine hundred seventy s you defense officials realized that it would be advantageous pages to have a single satellite-based navigation system with several military applications rather than having a bunch of expensive ones the first I operational. GPS satellite was launched in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight and by nineteen ninety-three GPS reached initial operational capability with a full constellation relation of twenty-four satellites two years later GPS became fully operational with twenty-seven satellites three of which were spares from the beginning GPS was Dole used system meaning that it was made for civilian and military use the transit system ended its navigation service in nineteen ninety-six since GPS technology had improved greatly and deemed it obsolete and in two thousand the Defense Department ended the selective availability of GPS which meant that it was no longer purposely degrading the signal for civilian users GPS receivers now have a much higher higher accuracy than they did at the time of this switch as GPS technology advance it became available more personal products like car navigation devices and cell phones. I'm Eve's

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"guyer" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"So just because as chino said is John Guyer's, then you know, Creon, Sean and he said just because the sun is shining. Brightly doesn't you know, the snow melts melted once and the notion that the simple fact of perceiving that things are not cynically luminous ephemeral empty, you know, whatever you want. You know, pick your favorite words. For this kind of experience that doesn't mean it, suddenly writes, all biological or cultural or childhood conditioning. It just isn't true. It would be sort of like imagining that everybody who is a great piano player. Of course, would be a great writer right there. Have incredible Skillet hitting keys all day long. They make beautiful music. And yet is every great piano player who can hit keys really well all day long and played beautiful music. Great writer. I'm not sure that's true. And I'm not sure why you would think that we're all great writers great BNO players everybody who can type really well. And right, really. Well, they all great players know, it seems so closely related you think, of course, but okay. No, wait. No. And in the same kind of way modern reality testing. So I've had plenty of teachers you've heard of come up and say that thing you claim to have done I've done that too. And then we'll talk about it. Right. As one of the really sort of. I'm honored to have had some of those conversations. That's really. Grateful that people get to have those and the talk about it, and yet doesn't perform like they, you know, they can still, you know, make love with the partners. They can still be irritable and they get hungry like there's still some physiology. Like an off the traditional presentation, the text just does not hold up to modern reality testing. And yet the fact of insight and in the seeing just the scene in the hearing just the heard totally does is totally doable today. And so yes, so you have to with modern reality testing and empirical methods, right? Can you reproduce the experiment, and then lots of reproduce people reproduced, the experiment? What did they find you can find that some of it holds up really well and some of the traditional missing dogmas dumped, actually, and so that's I'm also a scientist. Right. So have MS ph epidemiology in an MD published papers and journals and stuff like so I appreciate that. Empiricism empiricism imbo sense of the words that were doing the experiment, and we're using our own experience. As the basis of reality. So that's my answer. You talk about the do ability of this. But how do you really mean can his somebody in my position with a kid a bunch of cats and two jobs? Can I really cheap stream entry nut? Not to mention our hunt. Ship. I know people who get straight stream entry actually without even practicing. So occasionally even happens, actually, I know people have gotten even higher pass than that without doing anything..

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EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast

"Severe storms hammered east Texas on Saturday killing two children ages three and eight years old when a tree fell on their parent's car in Lufkin attorney Joe rip through Franklin Texas doing damage there with another possibly touching down in Vicksburg, Mississippi area, national weather service. Storm prediction center forecast or Jared. Guyer severe weather is expected for Sunday across the eastern third of the country like that main risk for severe weather on Sunday. We'll be focused from parts of Alabama Georgia and the Carolinas northward into Kentucky, West Virginia and even

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EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast

Living Pain Free

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast

"Haning. Authorities say a possible tornado has touched down in western Mississippi causing damage to several businesses and vehicles and in Texas a tornado left, two children, dead national weather service. Storm prediction center forecast. Jared Guyer says the threat for severe weather continues into Sunday. There is a storm system that will continue to progress its way eastward and bring a severe weather threat through the late nine hours. And also as we go into Sunday, the short-term severe threat through tonight will continue especially across parts of Mississippi,

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MLB -- Cole Hamels giving Chicago Cubs just what they needed

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

05:36 min | 3 years ago

MLB -- Cole Hamels giving Chicago Cubs just what they needed

"In baseball including for, the Washington. Nationals who enter. Tonight's play six games behind the Phillies for first place in. The NFL east Atlanta of course in. Second four and a half games in front of. The nationals is Washington's had a good week in terms of record but they haven't really gained any ground in their playoff chase the nationals sit right. Now four and a half behind the Braves for the second wildcard spot in the National League is well Atlanta also off tonight only the. Phillies out of the top three teams in the NFL east playing and Philadelphia's in Arizona with a scoreless game in the fourth the Braves And nationals will actually play each other in a four game series that starts tomorrow with a. Double header tonight Jake Arrieta facing Zach godly at chase field, area was, Owen four, with a six sixty six ERA in June four, and with, a two eighty in July this is his first start in the month of August Phillies. Have played well against the, nationally west in fact they've played above. Five hundred against every division they've encountered this year only the cubs Yankees and Red, Sox can, say the same the Diamondbacks in first place to in the National League West as Arizona tied with the dodgers entering today's, play LA is off so Zona could go back up, a half game if they win in Colorado tonight the Rockies lead the pirates to nothing in the fifth Rockies two games out of. The. NFL west spot. As far as I place goes actually further out of the wild card two and a half games behind Atlanta for that second wildcard spot, so Kyle Pitching tonight against Joe. Must grove Colorado scored two in the fifth. To take to nothing lead on the pirates bad news for Pittsburgh they've lost six of their last ten after winning eleven straight. Games good news one nine out of their. Last twelve at Coors field they'll have. Some time to come back tonight in Denver cubs lead the royals two to one that games in the seventh inning. At Kauffman stadium Cole hamels has only allowed one run. So far in his first two starts as. A member, of the cubs that run came in the second inning tonight the. Cubs got a couple back hobby or bias with this twenty, fifth home run of the year is the third fastest cubs second baseman twenty five home runs in a season only Ryan sambergen. Nineteen ninety and Rogers Hornsby in nineteen twenty nine. Got there more quickly than by, as this year as the cubs have a lead and then a place they have not played very often. Just their fourth trip ever to Kansas City Miami beat Saint Louis earlier, two to one certainly that helps things for the National League central. And wow Wildcard teams involved with the cardinals who take a step back after losing against the Marlins way in, Chen has been very. Good in south Florida this year just not so good outside of. It Chen, with a one ninety four ERA at home ten twenty. Seven on the road he beat Luke Weaver tonight havi garra got the save for the Marlins Starling Castro hit a home run in the Miami. Two one win over the cardinals and the American League Yankees trying on a different color of socks and this time it worked out a little bit better. For them they lead the Chicago White Sox seven to nothing in the eighth inning labor tore and Neil Walker of hit home. Runs for the Yankees tonight I start as a Yankee for Lance Lynn he worked seven scoreless innings at guaranteed rate field the Red Sox are off so the Yankees will make up a half game tonight they'll be nine games out so long as they hang on to beat the White Sox tonight. Yankees haven't won a road series in a. Month trying to get off to a good start in Chicago Cleveland blinked Minnesota ten nothing is Trevor Bauer struck out. Eleven to get his eleventh win powered. Our two hundred six strikeouts on the season that's, a career high for him and. It makes him one of. Just four Indians pitcher since nineteen twenty to. Get to. Two hundred or. More strikeouts in the first twenty four starts of a season Corey kluber did it last year Sam McDowell and Bob feller. The other two Bauer beat Kyle Gibson tonight yonder Alonso Brandon Guyer. Jason kipness Senate went Encarnacion all hit home runs for the Indians they have a ten game lead now in the AL central Seattle could. Use a win they were up three nothing at. Texas but now that game is tied three three. In the eighth Mike Xenos, said a home run for the Mariners in that game. Seattle normally scores a lot of runs in Arlington averaging nearly eight per game over there last. Six, contests at globe life park in Texas but just three tonight and trying to come back and recap Capture the lead. Against the Rangers tonight, Seattle two and, a half behind Oakland for the second, wildcard spot in the. American League the as two and a half behind the Yankees for. The first wildcard. Spot although Oakland off tonight so they'll, fold a three games behind the. Yankees if the Yankees win Detroit leads the angels, one nothing they're playing in the second inning and Anaheim tonight NNcholas Castanos for the homerun off of Nick Tropeano Matthew Boyd the. Starter for the Tigers Houston is. All banged up. There in San Francisco, tonight, Charlie, Morton. Against Derek Rodriguez both starters have been. Pitching well zero zero game in the second Astros added George Springer and Lance mccullers junior to the disabled list today already, Jose, altuve and Carlos Correa. On, the, DL though Houston still. Ahead in the AL west of, four game lead over the as entering tonight's action here in New York the, Mets win they beat. The reds six two four they take game one in. This series we'll have the highlights when we come back on the.

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Russia warns of 'consequences' after US attack on Syria

Ron Owens

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Russia warns of 'consequences' after US attack on Syria

"Special report strikes on syria i'm christopher cruise russia is warning that there will be consequences for yesterday's us led military strikes on chemical plants in syria russian ambassador anatoly onto nov off called the attacks an insult to president putin british prime minister theresa may this morning said the missile strikes were justified this attack should surprise no one we know that the syrian regime has an utterly abhorrent record of using chemical weapons against its own people france also took part of the missile attacks pentagon correspondent ryan brown on the targets of the strikes research facility near damascus the capital there was a storage site near homs and there was a command center near homs these strikes designed to both help degrade that program as well as deter the regime from using chemical weapons in the future i'm christopher cruise tornado watches are in effect today for parts of iowa nebraska kansas missouri oklahoma arkansas and texas says no meteorologist jared guyer here are other candidates other there are other tornado warned storms tornado warnings are these short fuse a warning statements that tornado is imminent in certainly there no number of active tornado warnings across parts of arkansas far eastern oklahoma into southern missouri storm system sweeping through the plains is also bringing in cold weather a blizzard warning is in effect for south dakota southwestern minnesota northwestern iowa nebraska and northern kansas health investigators say chopped romain lettuce from arizona is the most likely cause of an e coli outbreak in seven states if least seven people have been sickened in new jersey new york and connecticut for nba playoff games today for more tomorrow i'm christopher cruise.

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Massive storm system spawns tornado in Arkansas, blizzard in Plains

The Warren Pierce Show

02:37 min | 3 years ago

Massive storm system spawns tornado in Arkansas, blizzard in Plains

"Fisher building this is the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit seven am on syria i'm christopher cruise russia is warning that there will be consequences for yesterday's us led military strikes on chemical plants in syria russian ambassador anatoly unto nov called the attacks in insult to president vladimir putin british prime minister theresa may this morning said the missile strikes were justified at this attack should surprise no one we know that the syrian regime has an awfully abhorrent record of using chemical weapons against its own people france also took part of the missile attacks pentagon correspondent ryan brown on the targets of the strikes research facility near damascus the capital there was a storage site near homs and there was a command center near homs these strikes designed to both help degrade that program as wells deter the regime from using chemical weapons in the future i'm christopher cruise tornado watches are in effect today for parts of iowa nebraska kansas missouri oklahoma arkansas and texas says noah meteorologist jared guyer here are other candidates other there are other tornado warned storms tornado warnings are these short fuse warning statements that tornado is imminent in certainly there number of active tornado warnings across parts of arkansas far eastern oklahoma into southern missouri storm system sweeping through the plains is also bringing in cold weather a blizzard warning is in effect for south dakota southwestern minnesota northwestern iowa nebraska and northern kansas health investigators say chopped romain lettuce from arizona is the most likely cause of an e coli outbreak in seven states at least seven people have been sickened in new jersey new york and connecticut for nba playoff games today four more tomorrow i'm christopher cruise seven hundred sixty wjr news are meadowland rem wbz news time seven oh two currently it's forty three degrees a winter storm watch has been issued for portions of southern michigan from the i sixty nine quarter and north this morning through sunday morning also there is a winter weather advisory for livingston oakland mccomb counties beginning at eleven am today until noon tomorrow so watch out for icy conditions north of m fifty nine a detroit monarchs expected to be arraigned today.

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"guyer" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on Twinovation

"Fair all right well boys i think the cushion could use a little work but i respect him try there should be beated like those old taxi drivers seats oh are you guys ready for the next mission yeah boy manny v mattie v rights hello nation allow me to pose a question what's one of the worst things happening to earth fragile ecosystem those guy offers the trash guyer's no worse thing happening to the ecosystem global warming if you said that our bees are dying congratulations every year the number of bees do the important work of pollenisation and making that sweet sweet honey is dwindling the consequences of this could be devastating to crop yields into the health of our planet in general that's why i'm here to propose a solution growing up in a rural part of canada i've seen lots of farmers setting up apiaries behalves as a side hustle i actually have a family friend who does that as well they make life easier for bees which makes their population grow while at the same time making a profit from the sale the honey the bees produce all the to do is set up a hive and bring in some bees how does this become a scheme we get drug dealers involved near where i live there are these big wooden beehives at the sides of the road pretty frequently what i'm proposing is that drug cartels and dealers set up even more of these behinds and them use them as a drop point for their drugs and money place in.

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"guyer" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"You thank you for for indulging me with the these additions i know how much you hate them and i will say if you're out there listening you haven't read ben's piece on the various challenges and unique influences on catcher offense it was outstanding we don't say this enough you know we don't tell each other we love each other enough and you're standing to this story is i guess the latest installment in europe pistol airy romance with tyler flowers which has reached us where i really don't think you can make fun of me for my brandon guyer thing anymore if you're just gonna spend this much time on tyler flowers i'm going to end up co writing a book with tower flowers i'm pretty sure what are these days i just need him to retire all right well we'll let you go and sit by your phone waiting for that call for him tyler flowers so until next week night pleasure talk to you sued that's all we have time for on this episode of the ringer mlb show brought to you by the ringer podcast network opening day is right around the corner next week we'll be back talking about actual real live regular season major league baseball so close you can almost smell the peanuts and cracker jack friends but until that thanks for listening and have a wonderful opening day and i'm frazier we are the hosts of one shining podcast it is march check your calendars it's true it march matters is coming up.

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"guyer" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on The MLB Show

"You thank you for for indulging me with the these additions i know how much you hate them and i will say if you're out there listening you haven't read ben's piece on the various challenges and unique influences on catcher offense it was outstanding we don't say this enough you know we don't tell each other we love each other enough and you're standing to this story is i guess the latest installment in europe pistol airy romance with tyler flowers which has reached us where i really don't think you can make fun of me for my brandon guyer thing anymore if you're just gonna spend this much time on tyler flowers i'm going to end up co writing a book with tower flowers i'm pretty sure what are these days i just need him to retire all right well we'll let you go and sit by your phone waiting for that call for him tyler flowers so until next week night pleasure talk to you sued that's all we have time for on this episode of the ringer mlb show brought to you by the ringer podcast network opening day is right around the corner next week we'll be back talking about actual real live regular season major league baseball so close you can almost smell the peanuts and cracker jack friends but until that thanks for listening and have a wonderful opening day and i'm frazier we are the hosts of one shining podcast it is march check your calendars it's true it march matters is coming up.

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"guyer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"It's fun that's fine let him do it and every one is going to see what they're doing and they might not cede immediately but they will eventually be found out so do your best to support them do your best to help them do your best to build the relationship make the mission the most important thing not the little politics that you're about to dive into and get involved and don't make that the primary thing make the primary thing accomplishing their mission think about this if you start fighting with them your expending energy on fighting your own team that's what you're doing instead of fighting the enemy it's this is a blow on blue situation this is friendly fire is fratricide don't do that disengaged from the friendly fire and focus on how to make the team win take the high ground take the high ground or the high ground will take you okay another one of those points that we always say and i do i always think this where people are watching man they see that i see that is see all that stuff but let's play this game too you know the game where i play wrote likud you hire would you rather have working for you kuj rather have working for you the guy the guy oh you got four guys one guy is helping the other guys out trying to help them with their mission one guy the other end of the spectrum is undermining people in trying to make himself look good which guyer are going to promote all day long you know you're going to promote you're gonna promote the guy that's trying to help the team win and not just look out for himself yep yep fully in minutes it and consider that with not just your boss but like your peers as well you know even if this competition let's say there everyone's competing yeah and you're the guy who's jumping in the spotlight always whatever versus the other guy who's always helping everyone even the even if they're competing with you for should i was in the spotlight he is going to get.

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"guyer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"It's fun that's fine let him do it and every one is going to see what they're doing and they might not cede immediately but they will eventually be found out so do your best to support them do your best to help them do your best to build the relationship make the mission the most important thing not the little politics that you're about to dive into and get involved and don't make that the primary thing make the primary thing accomplishing their mission think about this if you start fighting with them your expending energy on fighting your own team that's what you're doing instead of fighting the enemy it's this is a blow on blue situation this is friendly fire is fratricide don't do that disengaged from the friendly fire and focus on how to make the team win take the high ground take the high ground or the high ground will take you okay another one of those points that we always say and i do i always think this where people are watching man they see that i see that is see all that stuff but let's play this game too you know the game where i play wrote likud you hire would you rather have working for you kuj rather have working for you the guy the guy oh you got four guys one guy is helping the other guys out trying to help them with their mission one guy the other end of the spectrum is undermining people in trying to make himself look good which guyer are going to promote all day long you know you're going to promote you're gonna promote the guy that's trying to help the team win and not just look out for himself yep yep fully in minutes it and consider that with not just your boss but like your peers as well you know even if this competition let's say there everyone's competing yeah and you're the guy who's jumping in the spotlight always whatever versus the other guy who's always helping everyone even the even if they're competing with you for should i was in the spotlight he is going to get.

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"guyer" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Do you know a shopping sydney is sick about some of those groups our message wayne how seekonk supply school groups and there's a conoway they have uh notching 60s 70s porno doubles and you can still get suburb i still like your time travel idea there hey let's see gnat and then like we see our we see lorentz just it said it said siegert sexual repression guyer's down so you are a group basically kind of a grind house starting it that will feature are fact callgirl seventy seven rates i would love to see i've never i must lawyer with this line the ads i think his role to slash i think it's the second insane on downloading a copy of kogo seventy seven on the court at the the internet aides it's amazing that's what larry would be doing today is like they are part of his computer watching call curl septic at at pre lunch there's this whole right or teeth that pops up about animals like day you're at one point slips soured our new way i mean just like i'm at one of the animals that you know i'm not wanna them even though he's acting completely like might give me animal and they later honors amazing some of my favorite ileye between him and one of his workers at the precinct where he just the guys at some date in join them and that were all animals in it's like wow that's the heaviness of that statement it says it's it's it's firstteam.

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"guyer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"That's right i think predominantly east they relate to sentence but uh what's never been assessed is weather a mistress expires mental health issues may have had some causal connection to the alleged offending behaviour the trial judge found that there was no causal connection but there's never been a psychiatric assessment in relation to that issue and the trial judge was skeptical that mr s geyer suffered from any sort of a mental disorder he was skeptical of the diagnosis of of schizophrenia in so that issue really hasn't been fully looked out even if the mental disorder didn't play a role in in terms of mr s guyer's criminal responsibility for the act i would be relevant in deciding whether he was fit to stand trial at the time of his trial mr guard chose to represent himself a trial do you think that that he would have fallen through the cracks this way in terms of getting assessment if he accepted a lawyer to represent him it's difficult to say i it there was amicus appointed to provide some assistance their rule initially in the proceedings was quite limited if he had hide council this issue may have come too late earlier a certainly though issues relating to mr us as buyers a mental health issues were brought to the attention of the court the amicus uh who acted at the trial asked the court to have a full fitness assessment and to order an a eventually to order an assessment of criminal responsibility and so the issues were brought to the attention of the court.

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"guyer" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Source kind of of the things we right because they will dylan immediately know how attacker friend that open source side said well tweeting put all of our source going out there for free for everybody to see smart people will come along and say now there's a whole here i mean touch it up and do get the best of the best you're contributing and as a result you have a stronger product on language and you know and so since then you know quite a quite a few other languages have come out to be open source in and many of them are being develop now on the open and it's really cool thing to see him but it means that you know the average guyer girl in the basement on the side can make these websites and apps for more less free you know and and put up something in have an opportunity to be entrepreneur i see i find something that other people watt and so the block came out you can about i was working on some stuff and then things where at the time i guess i was a particularly interested in what i was doing but you know was good job and it was fine and so i had some time on the side in given that i was using rule be and him or these open source toles you know i felt sort of an obligation to give back to the community and i was starting to get more comfortable feeling like i knew what i was doing and i was confident in that because you know there's always a that we learning something i like i don't i have no idea what i'm talking that i would never trying to tell somebody else that i know you know especially and i think it a school forwards like you know everybody knows more than me and it's a some posture syndrome that sort of like creeps up and i think it happens a lot attack even people that i i'm like wow man is are like that whose to intact you know i i hear then talk about of as well so it's interesting i don't know it's probably everywhere but at the time you know i'm starting to feel comfortable one and i was like i think this is my opportunity.

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"guyer" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"Like what you were doing like giving gets all the time you feel like i was you expressing like i love this person but they my they might happy every i like i wish you would be doing this other thing like it was she learn like talking to me or whatever or your yeah like doing favors for me or whatever it is yeah like my friend my friend re sign tommy like he's definitely a words about from a shin love is like her love like what sixteen the right word of affirmation and she recognize that her but you boyfriend it's definitely like a spending time with the person is like his language of ll of yeah it's interesting with it with the giving is a lotta work i do with women is is precisely that is to say when you're giving a gift in my that's a compliment or t shirt or something is it really a true giveaway or is it a gift with with strings attached you know our with a hook where you're looking for something in return and you know then that's no longer really gift now you're kind of planning game and then you you know that creates all sorts of issues so if you're going to give us someone's inept happen they love to give just make sure that you are giving freely with out looking for something in return good impressive we also find that a lot of women that was entire show had kind of a checklist of what they're looking for in either guyer girl and what they wow what they do you want do you recommend now i think it's great you know what you want and they have standards a problem with the czech misses when it takes over a date for when it takes over all of the thinking so a big part of especially early in dating you want to feel the person you want to see them to be really present in the the meal or the time to spend in the other if you're really obsessed with your checklist entered only listening for does this check this boxer does it not you're tony missing the moment in your missing all these other _q's of the person is showing.

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"guyer" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

Motorsports Monday

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

"You find that shocking units true yeah we do i hear a lot when i actually search all guyer actually is name comes up first on racing reference raise leave your name it's a heady your name i'm going to have to ask you is her is or better half dash racing career over i don't know i don't even at i haven't heard you have debut in the right here i believe they did stats what you what i can't believe they keep stat solo raising reference that kills me i love it you know you know what they had it's so funny because my wife absolutely despite you get despite you're getting in a race for he wants no part but of it he doesn't want to do it and every year somehow someway i'm in been sore to do it and then why competitive side takes over it is and you know all end and he's ready to go and no one and look the main underage you know we're he done he's in i'm retiring of over at but you know neared the challenge for all the girls in a pretty heated that race together are probably closer friends and what all must guys that reached on on weekend are the to begin weren't right yeah and then and and and they're female they get a raise one he you know we do it thirty five county year thank you know what and they get all amped up and it is in a vic braden years ray parents and i was i was i was like yeah it's it's it's pretty only won but like a really nice for not having any rating experience going out and doing what they do is nothing short of amazing they are before let you go one of the get one more out of your because all you go to iowa again this week for the second time this season give me a little preview what we can expect it i was speedway well i would one of thanks for that now obviously you know weekend if the all around a lot on for all it's been a huge regular they did a great job with the way i mean it it when built well to begin with now we've got him years i got age to the surface it's one of the thank you thank yous really really cool i mean our first rate and this year.

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"guyer" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"guyer" Discussed on The MLB Show

"By price that had been a called strike earlier in the season and priced couldn't believe it in there is a funny reaction if you go strictly by the letter of the line the rulebook which says that the players supposed to make some effort to get out of the way i don't know that brandon guyer yeah as always in accordance with that rule but but it's like she's not stick and is now the latter do and i think that chase utley get all the time where he's in terms is back to be inside pitch but in so doing like leads is elbow farther out but it would be in his norm yeah stance for the interesting thing with a guy or is so many like it when you get hit by a lot of pitches it's usually on the arms in the torso are a guy or get to him away contests so my theory about this is i looked up is splits over the past couple years when he he by petry really took off and it's been that about fifty fifty over the past couple years the the distribute in the bats vs lefties a righties and lefties it in something like thirty nine times and righty chad and like fourteen time switch makes we think because he hits lefties so well you gotta really get inside on him or you're trying to throw the back foot slider and it's if dyar stand relatively close in the plate never moving when the ball comes in he's going to where the literal back foot slider a lot of times yes my theory on it it's also possible maybe line to me and this is something that yeah i mean that's even more impressive the lefty isn't it in so many times because there are fewer lefty is so you would expect the opposite the hit but could trade against them it's just crazy does his gar going to put tuned and plays against lefties were i think he's faced i don't have the the numbers right in trying to right now but like it's close to fifty fifty over the past couple years but he stay slightly more lefties but the the the ratio is way out lack reasons right all rights well you will have some story is coming.

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