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"joe hall" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Glad you're here. I want to leave you this. This is from a local news report. Fox 12 in Portland, Oregon. They were talking to a guy named Joe Hall, who had just been injured by Antifa. Listen. Joe Hall has a long recovery ahead of him partially collapsed. Left lung. To, um lower vertebrae. Fractured that's on top of five broken ribs, a broken collarbone and head trauma. I stood my ground and I would do it all over again. Paul, a local handyman, says he was trying to defend himself after getting stopped in his pickup by a crowd in the street and other vehicles along North Alberta and your Michigan Avenue. All of a sudden this You know these agitators amount screaming pounding on my truck. He said He tried to go around the group but stopped and got out of his car after he thought he hit something. By this time. I've got five people surrounding my vehicles are 15 Ak 40 Sevens, Hall said People in the crowd were calling him derogatory names and pointing guns at him. While his door was open. Hall told me someone took his keys and his less lethal firearm, So he grabbed his pistol. I pulled my 38 out of Mike, right? Pocket. And pointed it at the ground. And told them if a weapon points at me again. I will shoot to eliminate threat shortly after that, Hall said someone tackled him to the ground and took his gun videos posted to social media showing the event unfolding with posters praising the crowds disarming of the man. A neighbor telling me she saw part of the scuffle from her window. It looked like he was face down, and then the people were kneeling on top of him. I was in fear of my life Hall wonders why Portland Police didn't intervene. More 911. Calls were made from other intersections Thursday, including Interstate Avenue and killings worth where a driver reported a crowd smashed out their back window and slash their tires for hall. This was the last straw. I'm done. I'm working important. You know, I'm shutting my business down and I'm probably not going to be coming back. It's quite amazing what's going on the biggest threat to our democracy, Our republic? Since the Civil.
"joe hall" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Would. That's what I'm saying. I mean, you made it to Friday Boy was always a question. Yes, it is. Great feelings didn't get my underwear dirty or nothing. Now I know one of the week it off. Yes, Somebody ready to start a great Friday. That's what we're gonna have here on. W b. A P. A lot of news. We got to get to a lot of stuff We have to talk about. A lot of things happening this weekend that we get to spend some time on. I mean, this is gonna be one of those days where we're just gonna jam it in for the next four hours. Lots of information. Jam it in. Yes, that's it. That'd be a great name for hotel wouldn't jam it And yes, whatever it takes. Whatever it takes, we could make it happen. All right way. Do have some news. We got to get into in the Texas front. Um, there is, uh a nin Isha will look at a New gun carry law that we have to get into more details. Talk about that. Yes, the court packing has begun. You know what the Bill's gonna look like? Man, This is gone from, Let's talk about it there, Bitch! Do you feel like all of a sudden? It's kinda on the verge of being shoved down our throats. You worry about it being inevitable. I think it is. I hope not. I think there are rules in place that will limit it, And I think I'll be honest with you. I think they're Democrats. Who? No, it's stupid. Yeah. I would I say. I think it's inevitable. It's inevitable that it's going to get there and it's going to get voted on. Oh yes, it's going to do that. It's interesting. The media does not push back on this at all. No one calls it foolish. Why is that? Yeah, I don't know. Yeah, On the other hand is why would be the media's job to call it foolish. Well, let mean, but you're right. But they don't. They don't report on the negatives. I should say. Of court backing Congressman Michael Burgess is going to join us later on in the seven o'clock hour. You've got a great question coming up with six Oh 66, or seven that we have to ask, which is what people want from the media. It's a question that's been posed out there. Yes, yeah, And the fact that they just simply don't trust them right now. So what would make them trust the media? We're going to have it. Six or seven. You know you're Look at the business I've been a associated with now. 52 3 years. Worked by the Minnesota I think you know. Uh, people have ruined it the business it has changed. That's for sure has it not because The news. I want to turn on to get the news. But I don't think Mr Holt's opinion back in. All right, Let's do this back in the eighties. And would you be a P? Who were your news man? Joe Hall Stead. Was one against us in the eighties. Joe hold still guy named Bill Grady. Um uh, Young lady named De Eliot. Mm. Mm hmm. Or guess. Damn putter. OK, Who's up in Tulsa? Now? Let me ask you about. Just use those four. Okay? Where did they all stand politically? Very question. I have no idea exactly. I have no idea And the problem is, you can't say that today. And there you have it. You may just solve the problem. Yep. You can't say I have no idea where they stand politically today. What a great point that you're on your game today for a Friday Maya shots, Mayor for Well, it's It's national. Wear your pajamas to work day, which has become every day for me. But still that, Ziva Yes, some sad news to begin with, though how out of Indianapolis, where eight people were killed in a shooting at a FedEx facility. Several others were wounded, and one has been labeled as a mass shooting. Of course, this is coming from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. They were aware of multiple other injured victims in hospitals. One another one that was in critical condition. They did give us a briefing on Friday morning early here this morning. They say the shooter took his own life. There is no active threat to the community. This all happened about 11 o'clock last night. You may have got a ping on your phone overnight telling you that this was going on. Well, there this is it didn't say didn't give a reason. Yeah, but it sounds like another disgruntled employees to be a workplace violence. Workplace violence? Yes. Oh, may it brings up a couple of questions for open, carry and conceal and carry that we can kick around when we talk about this Do Um, Texas Bill as being introduced If this guy had a would have known That I don't know how many people are in the in the warehouse. That's how you defeated. Only 50. People had a gun on him. What do you done? This may not have If he could have seen on their hips. Carrying a gun, right? Would he have done this? May not have But then the counter to that that you're gonna hear from others is are you gonna have more of these? Because there's 50 people carry a gun in there? Yeah, and without him, argument escalates, then I'm taking you out and without the training and everything of the Texas once without the training with all of that, without all of that. Crazy people is going to make it easier for crazy. People give governors still have to go through the background check right? But wouldn't deter shootings. If You know, you have to get everybody was carrying a good right. I think that's one of the arguments for it. You know, we always know that when we're around Steve Lamb, he's got one of his boot. That's right. We're okay. His back pocket his fast, exactly Flip clubs today, so I don't have a row. Sorry Long? Yeah. Yeah. Stay will be developing a flip flop. Exact. Like you were right girls, Sister. Yeah. All right. It might look like a one of the call him my ankle thing. Huh? May look like one of those. Yeah, but it will. It'll do the job. But this is a sad story. It's just south.
"joe hall" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"All right, folks. Welcome back once again to the longest running show in the world about data. It's d m radio. Yes, indeed. Today we're gonna talk about one of the most fascinating concepts and enterprise computing and it really I think it's in many ways is the future of computing. Hyper scale. Er's as they're called, and we've got an all star CAF today, folks, I'm going to talk. As little as possible with that Eric Wright from Turbo Gnomic. We have Paul Scott Murphy from Wind Disco Raj Verma from Men sequel Glenn Sullivan from Info Blocks and our analyst of the day, Sergeant Joe Hall, a Twitter personality out there with lots of good ideas and lots of perspectives on things. And I wouldn't want to throw it out to our guests to describe in lay terms. What we mean when we say hyper scaler. So Eric, right? First over you from Turbo gnomic. What is a hyper scaler and wash businesses know about it Now? The fun part layout. The definition. Yes, it's definitely it's Its speed and and loss of control. I think that's the idea of hyper scale is that we're no longer responsible for putting the gates out, and it's the idea that If this is going to be infrastructure that grows faster than we'd hoped and is part of the deal. We're seeing it play out in production in many systems, but it really is. We talked about hyper. It's just It's beyond the speed at which we can gauge it to effectively build systems that are Moving towards more anti fragility versus resiliency and move towards like. Obviously, automation is the core to getting stuff that's going to move that scale. And look all the folks that are on the On the session. Today, you're going to hear a lot of I don't think anyone's gonna argue. You know too much that automation is the lynchpin. But really, it's just the speed at which We believed it could go. It's already happening in a lot of places, but now it's happening in places we didn't expect. And I think that's the big move in last, so hyper scale isn't a size thing. It's it's a speed thing in my life. And it's faster. Let's go around and get those definitions just because they might be interesting here. So Paul Scott Murphy Homeland disco. How do you define a hyper scale? I love when Eric right, just said there. Its speed and lost the control. Wow, It sounds scary, but it's actually pretty cool. What do you think, Paul? Loss of control. Sounds a little scary. Doesn't I'll be talking about hotness scale is in terms ofthe the rate at which scale is accelerating. Not just that. Scale itself is growing. But the rate at which it's occurring is increasing all the time. The types of applications the types of systems that organizations need to build. Me to operate and need for their businesses to work effectively. Is accelerating and the plans that you put in place today for how you can accommodate that aren't going to be effective tomorrow. You will need to accommodate that change. You need to be adaptive to that change. And it's only those organizations that can adapt to the change associated with this increase in the pace of scale that will survive in the future. Okay and Raj Verma from them. Sequel. Let's just go around the room and get all these definitions from folks. How would you define hyper scale er's has different or similar to what we just heard. Any hyper scaler is a constant constantly changing Now you know, you're now changes constantly on very, very rapidly on DH Now is very you are now and you know administrator a second later a day later. You're now has changed dramatically for the better, a worst in certain cases, but being able to assess here now and be able to get an actionable insights or the next steps to standard comes you now. Is is extremely important. And I think for you to be hyper scaler on, I completely agree with the definitions of Erik and you know Paul Scott Murphy here. We are the ability to have actionable insights of the speed of thought become extremely important. And to me, hyper scale is all about the constantly changing now and your ability to react to it. Now. Wow. That's very cool. Alright. Glenn Sullivan from info blocks. How would you define hyper scaler Zohra, which like to end all that? Yeah. So you start for hyper staler back in a previous life, you know, big fruit company people have heard about and I can tell you what we used to consider Hyper scaler mentality was corner case land. You are in a situation where you have so much stuff. Employed in so many different situations across so many different locations across the globe that you will hit. The challenge is that your vendors couldn't plan for so you then instead of defying the R F P C to say, Hey, these are all the things you have to do. You define how the platform to what you'd build on reax a lot of what Eric was saying to write. It's not necessarily an automation. It's in how I react or how this platform reacts of those situations because you're going to run into problems that nobody could have foreseen. You started playing things all over the world and all these different ways. Yeah. Good point. And Sergeant Joe Hall off. Throw it over to you because I think about this. I spent a lot of time tracking the open source movement. And, of course, the hat do movement, which was fascinating. A bit strange on DH conflicted at times, but all the people I talked to who work on those systems will tell you that when you start Dealing with a scale the likes of which we've seen in some of these major Web properties. There's just a whole different class of challenges that show up. It's just a It's a very different ballgame than traditional. So with that being some additional context, What do you think about hyper skills? How do you define them? I think hyper scale er's are we can put them into buckets. One are the companies which help you hyper scale the clamp Reuters..
The Trader Joes Haul
"Hey everyone. It's me Lisa Lillian also known as hungry girl. I am here very excited with Mikey and Jamie is. Excited to be here with us. Yes, I'm so excited for several reasons one. I probably sound a little more clear right now because we have new fancy schmancy audio capabilities so I probably sound a little more like I'm next. You guys on thinking that. I'm as happy as I would be. Next year. And I'm also excited because this episode. Wait for it. It's our first hall in months. And not gas any hall. No, it's a trader Joe's hall and I actually I slept trader. Joe's I bought a bunch of stuff. And then what did I do I? Left it on your doorstep. It was the best surprise delivery ever. We didn't know what you guy. We just knew there was a bag of traderjoes. Yeah so we've got a whole bunch of stuff to taste, which is super exciting, because not that I. Don't love the podcast that we do, but I'm going to be honest. My favorite ones when we try foods. Are You with me? I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm I pretty excited about them too, and I think the audience loves them I think so too, and today's podcast is also sponsored. Do. You want to know who. You! Two hundred who it's also. I already know, but it's a great sponsor, so tell us wait. You already know Jamie, you really blueberries. Today's podcast is sponsored by a bean boom. I love that name, but are being about a boom so clever. It's really fun to say it is. Let's say that for the next half hour. Being okay I'm. GonNa stop. I'm really annoying I'm GONNA give you. The history of a bean bought a boom. I. I don't know if you guys out there. Know this, but the fantastic people behind enlightened ice cream that ice cream that were obsessed with that we love. They created these crunchy snacks several years ago. They're made from roasted broad beans or fava beans, which I was unfamiliar with believe it or not like. Are you a father of being Fan Norman until I turned? I only knew of them from that movie. fava beans with. The lands exactly well. These are like it's this crunchy snack. That is incredible like they come in one hundred calorie packs. There's like thirteen flavors everything from sweet Saracho, sweet onion, mustard, zesty ranch spicy was sobbing nacho cheese. They even have sweet flavors that are great to you can eat the straight out of the package like instead of like a pretzel or a chip and you know I'm obsessed with like salty. Snacks and their portion controlled and they're loaded with protein. They have fiber. They're good for your. They're all natural there Vegan I don't even know where to stop their amazing. They're D- best. I do not know how they squeeze so much flavor and crunch into those little bits of deliciousness. And like the thing that gets me so excited is whenever there's a product that I love. It's like I personally feel responsible if people are going to invest in buy something and if somebody doesn't love it I'm like wait. You'RE GONNA love it, but in this case I have to say they're running a special that you. It's like too good to be true. You get fifty two bags individual snack bags for twenty, nine, ninety seven. It's under thirty dollars for fifty two bags. You get all the flavors I think it's like four of each flavor. which is incredible, and so it comes out to like sixty cents a bag and they call it the boombox which is. So cute. We put this in our email. The other day and people went absolutely wild, I think they sold like seven hundred and fifty thousand just kidding. They sold Laurie. There's still some left. And it's normally it's normally already a great value. But you hit that twenty nine dollar mark with the forty percent off hungry girl, special right right. Yes, and they have to use code hungry forty hungry forty, so people go to being snacks, dot com, or you can go to Hungary Dash, go dot, com slash food cast when you see that link for the boombox use code, hungry forty and get free shipping and forty percent off, which is so cool, yeah? So, so good and I have to tell you Lisa. Do you know what my favorite uses for about you I bet you could guess for about about him. Probably has to do with lettuce towers so. It's like I can't even. It's just the flavor that it brings in the crunch. It's like croutons times a thousand. I agree with you, but my favorite uses just like stuffing them in my face. Dreamy which flavor do you go to? The I think. Is there a barbecue one? You want rbq. That's my favorite. That's my. Saracho. I Nelson like the sweet cinnamon on Yogurt on Greek yogurt. It's like I. I can't even it's so good.
"joe hall" Discussed on AP News
"The Montreal Canadiens in Seattle metropolitans were unable to determine the Stanley Cup champion in 1990 over 20 years ago Steve Chapelle wrote the book no decision in 1919 Stanley Cup final he recently decided to self publish the book after Seattle was granted an expansion franchise the significance of the story has increased due to the coronavirus the Spanish flu was at its peak after World War 1 when the Canadians travel by train to Seattle for the best of 5 series each team and won twice 1 game ended in a tie but Chapelle notes the players were dropping like flies they were starting to leave the game and kind of feeling nauseous and weak on the bench and then some guy started to be taken to the hospital just hours before game 6 Seattle department of health said well there's not gonna be any more games played in this arena so they just canceled the series 4 days later Montreal defenseman Joe hall passed away from the flu the book no decision the 19 nineties daily Cup finals available on Amazon I might make you so 60 seasons ago Ohio state won its only NC double a men's basketball championship the big 10 champion Buckeyes cruise through their 4 tournament games winning by an average margin of 20 points for sophomore center Jerry Lucas and menacing at the team's reunion last month the team is still one big family 60 years later I text everyone of these guys every week and I and I talked to some of them every week it's important to me to stay in touch with him because we had such a unique and distinct relationship that most teams don't have Lucas is one of 3 talented sophomore starters on a squad that included fellow hall of Famer John Havlicek and Bob knight Ron Friedman Columbus
Ohio State's last NCAA championship basketball team reaches a milestone
"The sixty Montreal seasons Canadiens ago in Seattle Ohio metropolitans state won its only were unable NC to double determine a men's the basketball Stanley Cup champion championship in nineteen the ninety big ten champion over Buckeyes twenty cruise years ago through Steve their four Chapelle tournament wrote games the book winning by no an average decision margin of in twenty nineteen points nineteen Stanley for sophomore Cup final center Jerry he recently Lucas decided and menacing to self at the publish team's reunion the book after last Seattle month was the granted team is still an expansion one big franchise family sixty years the later significance I of text the story everyone has of increased these guys every due week to the coronavirus and the Spanish I and flu I talked was at its to peak after some World of them War every one week when the Canadians travel by it's train important to Seattle to me for to the best stay of in five touch series with him each team and because won twice we had one such game a ended unique in a tie and but distinct Chapelle notes the relationship players were dropping that like most flies they teams were starting don't have to leave Lucas the game is one of three and talented kind of sophomore feeling nauseous starters on and a squad weak on that the included bench fellow and hall then of Famer some John guy started Havlicek to and be taken Bob knight to the hospital Ron Friedman just Columbus hours before game six Seattle department of health said well there's not gonna be any more games played in this arena so they just canceled the series four days later Montreal defenseman Joe hall passed away from the flu the book no decision the nineteen nineties daily Cup finals available on Amazon I might make you so
"joe hall" Discussed on AP News
"The Montreal Canadiens in Seattle metropolitans were unable to determine the Stanley Cup champion in 1990 over 20 years ago Steve Chapelle wrote the book no decision in 1919 Stanley Cup final he recently decided to self publish the book after Seattle was granted an expansion franchise the significance of the story has increased due to the coronavirus the Spanish flu was at its peak after World War 1 when the Canadians travel by train to Seattle for the best of 5 series each team and won twice 1 game ended in a tie but Chapelle notes the players were dropping like flies they were starting to leave the game and kind of feeling nauseous and weak on the bench and then some guy started to be taken to the hospital just hours before game 6 Seattle department of health said well there's not gonna be any more games played in this arena so they just canceled the series 4 days later Montreal defenseman Joe hall passed away from the flu the book no decision the 19 nineties daily Cup finals available on Amazon I might make you so
A book details a Stanley Cup final series that was never completed due to a flu pandemic
"The Montreal Canadiens in Seattle metropolitans were unable to determine the Stanley Cup champion in nineteen ninety over twenty years ago Steve Chapelle wrote the book no decision in nineteen nineteen Stanley Cup final he recently decided to self publish the book after Seattle was granted an expansion franchise the significance of the story has increased due to the coronavirus the Spanish flu was at its peak after World War one when the Canadians travel by train to Seattle for the best of five series each team and won twice one game ended in a tie but Chapelle notes the players were dropping like flies they were starting to leave the game and kind of feeling nauseous and weak on the bench and then some guy started to be taken to the hospital just hours before game six Seattle department of health said well there's not gonna be any more games played in this arena so they just canceled the series four days later Montreal defenseman Joe hall passed away from the flu the book no decision the nineteen nineties daily Cup finals available on Amazon I might make you so
A flu pandemic caused the first cancellation of a Stanley Cup final series
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"joe hall" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Kicks day was ultimately undone completely by possession based teams one thing that I've noticed the best coaches at with the best players even basketball. It was assumed that they were doing things also strategically the best, but it could have been that they just had more talent or that their superior coaches in other aspects, we for sure have shown that the best teams were not making optimal choices, but people are copying them. And thought it was true. I believe that that's very likely a soccer that if you took man city a Real Madrid and had them play Pomo owes. I bet with superior talent. They might act. Actually, even better than if they'd played the possession bay stuff. Solid thises. Probably what Jesus livestream is somewhere in the middle of England. I apologize. You've made me eat my woods. Boom, moose when they come back. But another your ideas, I do want segue into quickly before we look at some of the barriers to data just sweep into football. As if it was just another American sport where we can go in the kind of money bull approach, a loved one of your ideas. You look at football. And you say what the hell they passing about until the goalkeeper sanity. Okay. So we look at everything reward. Right. So the best thing that can happen. If you pass back to the goalie is you keep possession at some small percentage more. Although I what I see passback to go is against presses usually the goalie ends up launching it anyway. So it's gained no advantage. Well, let's say you assume you gain some small advantage of possession. Right. The risk of passing it back is. So so. Oh, hi, relative to the reward. It doesn't make any sense. But Ted's again, tell me I'm wrong. I think I won't say that you're wrong soccer very much worships at the church of latter day pep Guardiola of absolutely we looked at all of the passes back to goalkeepers for the top three teams. Anyway. So we would say the talented teams they were nineteen hundred pass it back to the goalkeeper. And we found that of that sequence set they were twenty four goals that resulted as part of that. And there was one goal against it. And it was a really goofy chested back past. You will say we're not looking at what did is. Absolutely. I don't like it doesn't tell me anything that the top teams are doing we need to have. When the defender has the ball. And they have a marginal choice of passing it back to the goalie or passing it forward. We need to look at the expected gold chain. From each marginal decision. You have nothing actually a paper this year at your very own comfort has actually corporated backwards passes. And there's a video that shows that as they're passing it backwards when they take it out of a congested space. They're increase the expected goals as. Part of the sequence. Because now they've got space to move forward. And the difference between your game in our game is figuring out ways to decompress while maintaining possession and switching the ball. Which also often involves a deep backwards pass is useful. Now, you can really screw it up. But we went back, and we looked at the league one data. So like the third tier in England which often has bumpy pitches cetera. The most goals scored against the team as part of a backpass attempted back the goalkeeper we're only four four a lot. But nevertheless, it's an overblown thing presented some of the game of creating attacking space passing that boo back. It does lend them the field kind of extends the place to attack like an accordion of feeling that you Daryl looking in particular a law the work of one Joe hall who. Does that here? Yeah..
"joe hall" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
"Lay down our lives and give rand clean smooth over like for the next person. And these were nobody ever looks for me to look for other people. Nobody ever loves me the way that I love other people. Learn to love yourself first. We'll headaches. And that's all we can say, man. So it is so Shelby. So. We out gotta say what you gotta say. Close out that was it. Oh. What's up a, you know, good people? Protect try. Protect those kids that people kill yourselves, right? Is a twenty nineteen. We come in with the smoke smoke all the smoke. So that's be prepared. Oh, an Rubik phrase out to a classmate of mine her family to Clark family. She recently passed away Christmas venom, upper years. The issue have to get into too much. Details about it. But protect your Ps people like always, aided whatever it looks like, you know, just out of certain situations. Don't surround yourself with everybody. Everybody is not entitled to being in your space and your life. And you gotta do is best for you kind of piggybacks. Just gotta learn learn to love yourself. Other people come second. Yeah. I have one more thing it is. And you know, at the MS EP just put it down on the whole thing. I just wanna I just wanna give a shout out shot out the natty. Oh, yeah. He's on the way right now. So I'm not a tattoo purse. I don't have tattoos. I don't particularly like tattoos. It's just never been my thing. But this brother here gives us some of the work that he he's put together is amazing. If you haven't had a chance bad netted had a to dreadlock check him out. I if that's your thing. Definitely he is the guy to go to just wanted to give him a shout-out because of seen some of his his work on on on Graham. And and is is it's spectacular. So just wanted to give natty shout out to you. Hopefully, you hear this. And, you know, hey, man, wait for you to get back on this, Mike. I is crazy not not to go too far into it. But I always say I feel like some of us have certain gifts from our ancestors. And some of us don't understand how those gives are supposed to operate and some of us don't appreciate how those are supposed to operate. So I feel like with the not knowing a lot about where we come from who we are as people. We can't really understand those. But often say, you know, knowledge is our storyteller. You know, our tribe storyteller. I think that a yeah, I think then Nettie is would be the person that kind of you know, when we put markings on ourselves to identify ourselves and things of that nature. That's natty natty is gifted I mean, truly gift it and what he does. You you gotta respect it. Some some new Inc. We've said that I know we really have to put the money but onto no slaughterhouse tattoos. Hey, slaughterhouse tattoo, shouted slaughterhouse. That's that's gonna do for the black close out was saying stop going back and forth. But these numbers. If you run across racist white people, and you can't push them into face find their address by their place of employment and promising to me, so I can blast it out to everybody and last, but not least as he said, protect your piece as you said, protect your tribe. I'm gonna say take your heart three six Joe hall. Keep your heart because you know, what? Sometimes when you have nothing else, your heart will keep you going. And I don't mean in the physical sense, your heart. Sometimes the foundation and the source of your dreams heap. It protected and move forward. And with that being said, we'll catch our next year. Peace. Bye..
"joe hall" Discussed on The Big Story
"I think we have to dig slightly deeper and look at our exploitive and extractive relationships towards indigenous people and to understand that the tar sands are at heart colonials project when we begin to talk about indigenous land theft and about reparations, and we begin to talk about restituting the incredible colonial damage that has been done to indigenous communities is when so much of the Canadian discourse shuts down. Yeah. And that part is the part where we then went to most consistently, and we begin to, and we begin to think try to think through global warming through a lens of decolonization if we can begin to unsettle and disturbed those stuck colonial rationality is the ways of thinking about land theft. The ways we begin to think about settlers in particular, white people's relationship to indigenous communities, we begin to re order our relationship other than human world, which is to say the way we think about the world in. Extractive and exploitative terms is based on originality, colonial attitudes might people came here to explicitly to exploit an extract a territory that they believed was turned gnarliest. There was nobody here, and we're still doing it now. And so then if we can get to that, and we can begin to ask questions like what would happen if we legitimately took a decline stance. And I don't mean that in a cultural history social way, I mean that in a very material way policy. Yeah. In terms of land. What if we begin as questions about what if we were to begin to return land the land that was stolen to indigenous nations, what would happen and our suggestion? Then is that begins to reorder an unsettled all our relationships to land, which is then of course, what it would mean to renovate our notion of ecology that if you care about global warming, if you care about ecology the thing you can do most material and you can do now, and you can do in everyday ways is find ways to get into solidarity with indigenous land resistance movement. I never would have thought of it that way. Thanks, man. Thanks for having me. Matt Hearn one of the co-authors of global warming and the sweetness of life tar sands tail along with amd Joe hall, and Joe Sacco that was the big story brought to you by Scotiabank..
"joe hall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"And the reason why wondered about the first of all? I had no problem within business decision. I have no problem with them whatsoever. It's the sport of football, yoga money. When you get your money, I have no problem with the frustration that was expressed on a part of the players themselves, offensive line memo, forced, and others. I understand the frustration. I was disappointed that they went public with it where your all aligned is want together as teammates in terms of feeling the way that they express themselves or John have a problem with some of those guys speaking publicly about one of your one of your partners on them. And it was just one of those things that you know thous- approach our team room saying that, you know, you express. Keep keep to yourself or have you do express and go ahead and say, so one of those things went public. Obviously some us weren't happy about it, but you know, in this business world, you know people like to talk, you know their emotions and feelings and stuff like that. So you know, it is what it is, you know? So in all got stay positive moving forward and you've got to work with the guys you have. How do you feel about James Caan? I must confess he's no love your belt, but I like what I'm seeing from this kid. I mean, he's been very, very impressive. I'm very proud of him. That's my guy right there. Man, we came in together and you know to this day, man, I never doubted that James corner. He's he's got, you know, I'm hoping it all comes back and they would, you know be out, but you know, James Collins on early now. You can't take away from him and he's going to keep playing. All right. Let's just were we supposed to feel when we hear Big, Ben Rothlisberger off your Joe hall of fame quarterback to top Super Bowl champion. Only problem I've ever had with Big Ben in all my years of love. The Steelers is when he was. Questioned whether he should retire. I'm like, damn it. We can't hear that from you. We need you around if you're not going to, if you're not going to be around to leave, but don't talk about how you don't know whether you wanna play anymore. And it was my only issue with him, but I love Big Ben, but I don't know how good of an idea it was for him to say publicly. I'm gonna talk to the coaches about getting some more carries for James even when levian Bill comes back. Do you worry about something like that at all? Not at all. Man. I trust and believe me my quarterback, you know, whatever he does. You know, on a third author, Phil, you know, he always make the right, Susan's. You know, he all ockers right next to, you know. So we always talking. You know, like I said, you know, they come in. He's gonna come in DC what he can do. You know what I'm saying? But you know, you know what he can do. We know what James Connor can do. And you know, James garner is on a row. Now you can't take that away from him. So Jim conchas rolling the balls came move him. He keeps putting up these numbers and then you can't take I I will tell you every steel that comes before me. They're very, very lucky. And here's why, because no one is quick to check me that Mike Tomlin being I love my man, Mike, no question coach. He will check me. I gotta be careful about. I ask these questions. You yourself. Let's talk about you for a second. How good do you believe you are at this particular moment in your career? I think I'm good. You know, I'm not..
"joe hall" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"One of the like key ways that people are tortured in hell is that they are trapped that they cannot move in that that is a kind of torture to not be able to journey anymore to not be able to imagine that there is something next something better being able to journey is freedom is hope right? And so, yeah, of course, it fifteen with PTSD being locked in a room. He's. Start taking things out on the only thing that he can. It's not like do better, but it's, you know, wishing for him, he had some of the spiritual tools or emotional tolls it his disposal to make this really difficult situation better for himself. I think of, you know, we've talked about Saint Ignatius and and the kind of ignition spiritual practice that we do that came from him being bed bound for very, very long time. And so that imagining yourself into a story came from someone who was physically very, very limited in what they could do, but still have that kind of like soul journey that they created for themselves, and it's definitely not easy and something when you're fifteen and foldable has risen again. But luckily that is not exactly the case in my life. Let's look at where we do see compassion embodied in this chapter. Because to me, it really comes from some of the adults who come in. We meet a number of new characters. It's very important job deaf. So the order of the Phoenix has some representatives. Apparently, this shift of like rescuing Harry was oversubscribed, I love to like, come on people like he's fifteen. At this point. You haven't seen him yet? Like deal with it. I feel that way. It's like when so many people volunteer to like help, Brad, Pitt wipe his brow. I was gonna say, does Jay? Joe hall needs like some baby oil because I am ready. I'll fly anywhere anyway. Yes. One two dolts has volunteered, so we meet tongue sweet lupin again, we see moody again, but we also meet Kingsley shackle bolt and history Jones. Emily Vance, a character. I really think we hear a lot from your pages. Yes. And I think once we meet these people, we see some really beautiful moments of compassion. The thing that really struck me is, you know, they're going to rescue Harry, so he has to go and pack and so talks accompanies him and helps him pack. And it feels really simple, but the way she doesn't like tone is so warm and she's enthusiastic about like his broom and she's bringing self into his world in a way that makes them comfortable..
"joe hall" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"A trip wire both me and Matt Jackson to very agile pro wrestlers can do moon salts and flips, and we both almost fell down over a chord close, very close. We're back stage here Asaka the Joe hall, very successful big show. Tonight's what a show? Yeah. I mean great. Show three out of the four of us Cody notwithstanding, one title, right? Yeah, we all went over those most in Cody. Cody beat lager one. I'm doing a new title. It was the legends title all the legends. Now let me ask you this out of, well, you guys might be as well, but probably not cody's. One of the biggest pure wrestling fans of ever met knows so much about wrestling. Trivia obviously grew up under the shadow of dusty and his brother and all that other stuff. Now you were big NBA fan, so you must have seen lighter back in the day. Is it cool food actually have matches? So I did interview online. Later for ring of honor. Few, we had our first. We had a singles match in Toronto, allies worked before and and going into that. I didn't know what to say for my promo on him, and I just brought up the fact that I broke my family's unspoken rule with like I got his autograph backstage and what was the rules it? The rule is no pictures, no autographs don't bother any of the guys stay with Dillinger what a pleasant guy he had Doug was I thought he was like the greatest in the world until I saw. I mean, I thought he's still great security guard, but other security guards like look like Doug suspecting looking. But anyway, I went up to like in the hall and he was getting ready to walk to the ring and he had no clue I was or anything like that is super sweet and he gave it to me. Everytime I sign one of the boards out here for new Japan and you signing signed the board. He gave me a board and I, it was like a full authentic Japanese experience in the hallway before you wrestle Bryant. Or whatever. Yeah. Yeah. And here you are tonight. Pentium. That's great, right in the center, a funny story about lighter whenever you have a really good match with them. Usually I think it's a singles match. Usually though this rule, I think you have a really good singles match with lighter afterward. If he likes the match, he'll take you over to to where they sell a lot of the drink, even a million of them in every building, and he'll he'll go, what do you want? Really? He'll buy me a coke zero or something more to you. Compliment like ten Manzo actually, he like nine other do sodas you. That's the complement the one. They gave me the on that because I was like, why does he wanna buy me..
"joe hall" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The fraud that he is pretty much uh perpetrated on the university of kentucky basketball program let me give you three names and i'll i'll add a fourth name herkie rob sean sudden and soul smith i think when he brought his son in the program but brad calipari was a real mistake because i think these aaa you guys that roll out the basketball and uh do not want to set in a locker room with the coach's son now my sister impress this oh me this weekend not thought inmates and senate's after chewing on it but i would i would tell coach cow if you are trying to take on bikes yourself ski you could not hold his athletic supporter and i think for me having been only on the same for sixty three years having a season ticket what obvious five years old not my dad only allow me saturday games what obvious five but they got the gold all all of them but let let me say this uh you could not get that 38 an old team to the national championship and when you say my players are worth a billion dollars well maybe not and i thought tubby smith was a terrible coach uh he won one national championship it was actually patino 's second national championship i would never it was the year after patino left i mean uh tubby coach that team in in in name but that was rick pitino steam but i look on paul i know you're a basketball fan you were tennessee when the burning and ernie show where there is that correct that is correct and you saw some good kentucky teams jobe all probably over coach a let me say this about joe hall uh the one game he ladies players go he beat the indiana dynasty the only game they lost over two seasons after being killed early on thanks fall thank you view i think though was i think that was seventy five or six and seventy.
"joe hall" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Great after baugh love that after all so you recorded that in may and the kicker a was that there's this curse on the lions um you know never winning the super bowl never making it to the super bowl right so the lions as were recording the the segment today they're aden sex were doing this a little bit in advance they're playing on on sunday uh 1224 so they could still make the playoffs so that they could break the curse this year that could make the super bowl the prophet fleet roberts by the time people listen to this they could be eliminated from the playoffs to possibility keep a gallon it's all up in the air for the lions what's going on we'll find out josh what's your fellow ramirez thank you staff and the one that i chose of a lot of contenders obviously fifty one on a cellular honestly the best one was the scorpion versus the spider but outsi classic race jack so just go back and listen to that one from december sometime classic after ball but the one that i picked is from back in june june 26th thousand episode where joel anderson than of buzzfeed novi s p n was with us you'll hear jaw kind of tortured joe hall a little bit during this after ball by forcing i'm lesson to barry sanders attempt to perform abstinence related hip hop this was the after ball about the a c green abstinence anthem it ain't worth it let's take a lesson last year espn ran a thirty for 30 short called iron virgin about the longtime la lakers power forward a c green who played 1200 and.
"joe hall" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Now linked in every transfer window the school on any other day we've any of the goalkeeper could easily been 63 to awesome man city to west ham one pep smattering of smooth scalps annette third straight two one comeback win david moya's men went ahead on forty four minutes opta angelo ogbonna headed past at a song nicolas also mending netted the equaliser and fifty seven th minute and seven minutes from time it was grand canarias finest david silva controls in his body midair kungfu style roach to latch onto a cab bowl a beautiful boll and give city to lead they stay eight points clear a top the table in the ju heart memorial daulby i want to say this i don't like to last show a team spot i wish frankly shocked shocked offended the wasn't a minute's silence in joe halts memory before kickoff clone full pool full city they watching this first off they probably moon the right not to play joe hall republicans have been the creative gamechanger that they cried out for much of this one day andreanne had a very good game road it's going to be very interesting to see what daffyd queries does next game because the west ham defence a like a different beast without the dark hole of uncertainty suck in the backwoods is joe hearts decisionmaking but in this won't daffy moi's game plan was pretty much let ct will pretty much wherever they warm with my until i get to the penalty area which i'm going to pack and then i'm going to try and snaggy goal on the break with a back nine that they're just going to take advantage in those seconds clinical seconds against what looked like a very heavy leg city dave and he can of dad city to break west ham down as the hamas funds bellowed new mill to the court me boys and then extremely lackadaisical city it should be said prefer to fire a wildly and listlessly from long range than do that flickering movement shimmy shimmy footballer they often they.
"joe hall" Discussed on Christpoint Church
"Oh profits a bailout destroyed them and then the says stu a hab you better get jared and head for gays rail because i hear the sound of an abundance of rain and a bible tells us that he lied your girded up himself ally a ahead would wounds of finance chair is undoubtedly it was with a best horses undoubtedly it was what the bible tells us that eight allied your girded up himself and out ran a habte chair at egger those hay day oh well rabi tokai you talk about olympic records surely he asked them up then it got word them as availed said about this time tomorrow uber users data's and he lied you goes into the wilder's lays down under a wished the what's of that what's the letter with a lot it just seemed godsend down fire he had already seen this rain that had been stayed three and a half years hit out ran a have sheraton dennis at the people and turn at a god and recognized joe hall by as god our uses loss you'll know now news it had the at order it at the anointed what you'd great when he confronted the profits of the hill ed in northern when you have an area but now he got a word so over it leaves now what sleep whoa it good news you see some top the most holy thing you could rush like you found that food will this old or.
"joe hall" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"They into this game a hard to believe that the second best defensive record in the premier league in and a fatal overdose of naive confidence the came along with it and it was torn asunder by three spurs goals in the first twenty three minutes q our weekly wyckoff over sir harry of cain near the first time with his right foot that was a good one the second one with his left was a that was just clawson is assists the bend davis in between is now netted eighty four goals from a hundred and 23 premier league appearances thirteen goals in all competitions in september when i watch him i think about like a great majorleague slogan in the midst of a sizzling hitting street when they say that the baseball just seems to slow down as it approaches the play yo there look so huge as they come name is the bull comes naming a car held the hit an out the park in the same way came just makes every football lula the goals a choice his big to him that the defendant a half as fast every goalkeeper seems like joe hall oh are we making too much of him david and he's been doing this for three years borrow august it's it's what he does every single year you know british radio a spent the entire weekend debating the in various forms is hurricane woke clause is it fair to call in world laws can we call in world loss it's a very divisive subject i think that you just have to say hurricane is the best player that england have right now and he's the best forward.
"joe hall" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Really lohman is the top of the heap four absolutely in american role for uh a man going into his 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s it's about life in about the realities of society and it's eight journey not only for the father willie lohman but for his wife and his children and it's a complicated story um based here in new york and it's something that um it's true to my heart and lear you know you you have to spend your whole life memorizing lear to get leader i i saw john lithgow do it i think it was last year at public in central park i think it was last year you're before and he was just fantastic anybody kicks on lear the greatest uh it's a great accomplishment as an actor that's what you wanna do you know for you uh you know go to that big joe hall in the sky yeah we're talking right now with steve good bridge to further the point of death of a salesmen i remember seeing it with calcium seamer hop when i'm on broadway and i was miss wholesome back how 'bout uh who played his son seen anywhere up uh aren't andrew garfield where when he finds his father with the other warburg off uh my thing was that i get your young guy to like sheila seamer happen and people often identify rightly contested hospital how great he wasn't and not that he was but the fact that mike nichols said no you can cast younger actress specifically what you're mentioning so the flashback scenes would see more realistic.