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Sierra Club Denounces Founder John Muir For Racism

Environment: NPR

02:28 min | 3 months ago

Sierra Club Denounces Founder John Muir For Racism

"A historic icon of the American environmental. Movement is in the spotlight John Muir founded the Sierra Club in eighteen, ninety two in San Francisco. The group's current leaders says the ongoing civil rights protests, leading to the dismantling of confederate monuments is causing the Sierra Club to reexamine its own racist history NPR's Kirk. Siegler reports. The group is pledging to remove some of its own John Maher statues. John Muir has long been revered by environmentalists. The California naturalists Biblical love. Wild places led to a legacy of federal wilderness protections, including Yosemite National Park, but mirror was also well known for making derogatory comments about blacks and native people and the modern conservation movement has wrestled for years with these transgressions in a letter to the Sierra clubs members today, current Director Michael Brune said this moment. Moment is a time to reexamine. The clubs own substantial role in perpetuating white supremacy. Bruins says the group will reconsider the views of some of its founders that lead to the modern movement being so white today when it comes to John Muir, we're looking to advance the conversation about yours legacy to look at him in a more comprehensive and inclusive way. That acknowledges his limitations. Limitations and shortcomings, the Sierra Club says it's considering removing some monuments to its founders. Brune is also pledging that the group will reorganize to ensure that a majority of its leadership is comprised of people of Color, and he hopes to spend five million dollars on diversifying their staff and training. The announcement was welcomed by Mustafa Santiago Ali of the National Wildlife Federation. You know it's long overdue. Overdue we have to address the sins of the past. He's one of the few people of Color who's actually in a leadership position in a major environmental group that major sin of the past, many of those folks felt that those spaces those natural spaces, those sacred spaces where meant for white men Ali says the modern day environmental movements lack of diversity in its writ large. Of Communities of color has had major consequences, one example, industrial facilities are often put in underserved neighborhoods and pollution from them as drifting into national parks like those John Muir fought to establish. Kirk, siegler NPR

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What Does it Mean for a Machine to "Understand"? with Thomas Dietterich

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:37 min | 1 year ago

What Does it Mean for a Machine to "Understand"? with Thomas Dietterich

"We're really digging into this topic. what it means for machine to understand A recent blog post postive yours and I thought to get things kicked off. I read your couple of the opening sentences you wrote critics. A recent advances in artificial intelligence complained that although these advances have produced remarkable improvements in AI system these systems still do not exhibit real true or genuine understanding the use of words like real true and genuine imply that understanding is binary system either exhibits genuine understanding or. It does not the difficulty with this way of thinking. Is that human understanding. We're standing is never complete and perfect as so certainly the way you've laid that Opening argument out it resonates with me. I recently Had Gary Marcus on the show. This was back in September and we spoke about the book that he recently launched rebooting. Hey I And he's pretty. He's very outspoken. As a critic of deep learning. And maybe that's not the way he would put it maybe he'd say a critic of deep learning kind of as a standalone path to Artificial General Intelligence but union reading the blog post I couldn't help but think of Gary. Marcus says being although you didn't name him kind of You know person in absentia that you're writing adding this to maybe talk a little bit about the you know the broader context for This post and maybe how you know what prompted you derided right. If you know Gary was part of you know what you're thinking about Or not I'd love to kind of get a sense for where you're coming from here. Well certainly you know Gary and I have had Opportunity even to engage in formal debates and Gary As I was saying I think Gary's main points I generally agree with which is that there are lots of obvious. Shortcomings are existing systems and in particular These systems based on deep learning But but Gary He and other people can't seem to stop saying things like well when we look at the behavior say of Google translate It's clear that it doesn't. It's not exhibiting real understanding of the of the languages translating or or When we talk about Siri that series and doesn't really really understand What we're talking about And I've been making the counter argument. Yes these systems are understanding. And it's it's real understanding but it is narrow understanding and So I am criticizing the use of the word real to mean deep and complete understanding because that denies that these systems are doing anything that is intelligent or that is exhibiting real understanding and I think that puts puts you in the position that you will never be happy with any system because no matter how good gets it will make mistakes and exhibit failures and it's understanding and are you going to say well when understands ninety five percent of what people say that it's still not real understanding. I mean what you're pushing yourself into a a a belief that there's some magic threshold that if you could somehow cross it you would have a system that had real understanding and I don't think that's the way it works. I think that the way it works works is that we make Incremental progress sometimes. Bigger leap sometimes no progress for periods of time As we were doing in speech recognition for for a while in the nineties but our systems get better they are able to understand something so as I say when I tell Siri please call Dan and he calls the right person. It has understood me for the purposes of that utterance for that task. Now if I said you know Siri tell me what Dan means means to me And it doesn't really know anything about what it means say for To be a best friend and you know but let's many people of course have remarked that it's Impossible for two human beings to fully understand each other so That brings me back again. To what is is it. We're really trying to achieve when we build. Ai Systems and as an engineer. I would say I want systems that can make the appropriate response when I asked them to do something. Or if they're warning me if some situation in the world that I should be paying attention to and so on and to the extent that they do that correctly directly I would say they understand What what what I want them to do when we have these kinds of conversations? I think it's you know there's a slippery slope it kind of devolving to defining every term in the arguments But In this case I I wonder the extent to which we're talking talking about different types of understanding Do Do you think that that is The case at all here. I don't know that there are different types but certainly different definitions. Aw I mean obviously we are arguing about definitions and In My blog post I. I was supporting the view that instead dead of argument about our definitions we should be trying to be should be asking ourselves. Well what tests would you give to a system in order to evaluate whether it's understanding in a doing a particular type of task well right if you say well this is is not a narrow Show me all the the Things that you would like to do that. It is failing to do now And I drove through the analogy to test driven development and software engineering Right at the test. First and then use those to decide how to engineer the system to try to meet those tests And then keep writing more tests. I and I think Gary has actually jumped on that and on twitter. He's been Asking people you know what's wrong with our current natural language wjr understanding tasks and because it seems that we can often get an assist him to do well on the on a particular benchmark task. Ask and yet again. It turns out that it's very narrow and it's not doing well on any like immediately adjacent tasks that we would like it's a new And and so some people have been. There's been a bit of a discussion now about that. And and I think that's really where the discussion needs to go is You know and and Gary himself himself in in our twitter conversations I thought articulated beautifully said. Okay I want the computer to be able to say Rita Story and tell me The answers answers to the journalist questions who what when where why how So why did this person do this. What did they do? When did they do it? You know Ordered these events for me correctly clean time and those are way beyond what we can the state of the art in a and natural language understanding some of the people in the natural language community said just stop using the word understanding at all. We've just caught language processing because we know that That this word understanding Sets expectations for something. Something that is very broad and deep you know duck. Hoffstetter had a very interesting piece that came out last year where he analyzed Google translate and showed how many many cases where Google translates understandings clearly extremely surface oriented and often? It can't understand anything about did. Did John Do something to marry was married doing something. John knows that John Maher need to both be translated In into the different language language. And it certainly doesn't have any of the You know connotations and Depth say that would be required to to translate more poetic language would your metaphorical language It really has no understanding of Human Social Relationships What that might make Mary angry? What might Make John Happy. you know just it's completely clueless about that because all it has been taught to do is is to translate from Chinese into English English into Chinese for fairly straightforward every day sentences and certainly not trying into translate Shakespeare at all and one can imagine that it could make very serious mistakes result in say highly highly emotional and complex Social situations it's fine for. Where's the nearest bus stop? But not so good for you know so why. Why aren't you talking to me anymore or something? I do want to encourage us to move beyond saying well either understands it doesn't and this understanding is true true or it isn't to say well. This understanding is incomplete in these important ways and and what we would need these to do and so for example when we think about reading a story or just engaging in a dialogue we need a systems that can be building and maintaining an interpretation of the dialogue and this is well known in the natural language community. We just don't know really how to do it at scale. We can build applications in a narrow domain Say Purchasing airline tickets or something where air we can cover a lot of different linguistic phenomena and An have Quite good performance but as soon as you step out of that narrow domain that breaks down.

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Giants owner John Mara hopes rookie Daniel Jones never sees the field this season

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Giants owner John Mara hopes rookie Daniel Jones never sees the field this season

"Rookie quarterback daniel jones solid performance in the preseason debut at a lotta giants fans getting excited about this year but they might wanna pump the brakes after hearing pain what giants owner john maher said when asked how he'd like this season to unfold ideally like unfolding for the seat of beyond hope. Eli has a great a year game. Never sees the field. I mean in an ideal world that you'd like to see that by the end of the day is going to be decision by the head coach to win for if

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"john maher" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"john maher" Discussed on Alice @97.3

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"john maher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"john maher" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand KT. Okay. We will take calls next hour with on Brown as we talk about the tragic case of Lieutenant Clint Lawrence the book is called travesty of Justice done. We've got a pretty good overview of what happened you talk about biometrics and a program in Afghanistan. Why is that important and tell us what it is great. Well, this whole case involving is draped against two larger things that have really that are really significant one. Engagement and how they become suicidal. The second is metrics program. And I'll tell you how relevant to clint's case enough backup little bit. Explain a little bit listeners in clint's case the lead lawyer now, I'm I'm gonna four Jag authors. That are serving Clint trying to get him free. We're hoping to President Trump will do that. Now recall on prison to take action immediately. I talk about how that can happen the moment. But Lieutenant Colonel John John Maher is an aren't read as an ex army Jag officer who who after he had served active duty became general counsel OPM. He was he was asked to go back to Afghanistan and two thousand twelve the prosecute oversee at that time a top secret prosecution at the Justice center in Parwan, we're about we were prosecuting about metrics program. Why is about metrics relevant to Afghanistan? Well, as I mentioned a moment ago. Most death the suffer by miracle. Forces in Afghanistan or not from bullets from the Taliban because they turn tail and run, but bombs planted in the ground. So what happened is our guys? Whether it's a roadside bomb or a bomb in the field bomb blow off, Gough takeout one or more Americans and that bomb will be shattered in a hundred pieces. Will you go you go, you can go collect parts of the bomb, and sometimes you can find a smidgen of a fingerprint or or part of a drop of blood or something. And so around two thousand seven in order to try to figure out who was responsible for building these bombs the United States army implemented, a national bow networks data collection program in Afghanistan about metrics, simply means bio wife and metrics meter or a way of measuring life identify. We think we hear about Irish scans. That's part of it. You know, they're, you know, what the way person wall person talks there. All types about metric measurements. But even after all the extension about metrics. Whether it's our skin of whatever about metrics, still primarily comes down, primarily to forensic components fingerprints and DNA DNA, and and those are the central component. So we would collect these bomb parts, and then as collect bomb parts in the ground bombs killed Americans ID's or or suicide bombs where somebody with a motorcycle blown up. We began to put this date the these these identifiers into a database. Okay. But so in other words, we got one fiftieth fingerprint or we've got somebody's DNA. So we got a database that we're collecting from bombs going off. But we gotta be able to match that database against the civilian base. So the army began to go into partly sinners and start taking fingerprints. I mean, start taking fingerprints and doing all kinds of things. So that. Eventually the the goal was to basically do a by metric identification of every citizen of Afghantistan. And so we began to get very very good at it and about by two thousand ten and this the press is reporting so much irrelevant junk, George as you know, don't even know about this program, but you know, you can Google it. If you want to read about metrics procam, Afghanistan particles in New York Times daily may all over the world we began to build a huge database of Afghan citizens, it guess Obama in the city of Cantu, hard, they were up in arms about two thousand ten complaining because the army was taken everybody's fingerprints. So this this program, by the way was called the Afghan automate automated biometric information system API. Yes. And so our troops were given finger fingerprint kits. Recognition kits all kinds of things to begin to build this database. And so by the time two thousand twelve had rolled around this database was built to the point that we had most Afghans we we had metrics Evans almost country now. So when the prosecution of tunnel ransoms around the original defense team, which was headed by civilian guy Womack who had been a marine jagged number years ago before by nNcholas came into play. They did submit a request for all denting information about the so-called victims that is those people that were killing motorcycles army blew him off never gave him anything, and then then withheld evidence k when Lieutenant Colonel John Mara. Who now the lead defense council took over the case he had prosecuted actually he had overseen see what we're doing. We're picking these guys up, and we brought these these bomb makers and others. To essential facilty empower one province, which is just north of the capital, Kabul province, and we we initiated at that time with top secret prosecution program whereby the Afghans were prosecuting their own detainees. Using biometrics Lieutenant Cromartie Gombak he had been an active Jag Afghantistan came back to serve in the Bush administration. Went back then to head up this top secret prosecution program, he knew about a program. So when he took the case over in the case over he he did a search and came up with the three names to the guys were allegedly killed and even their identities are shaky we ran identify on them and matched. Ashley all three guys motorcycle mass with bomb-making. So either they had their fingerprints on bombs are they had close associates who had their fingerprints on bombs. It was a whole bomb-making enterprise. So we know that the writers of his motorcycles rashly terrorist. They had been involved in bomb making, but you. Said earlier if they weren't terrorists because you're in a hot battlezone about way, I didn't I didn't say this moment ago, George, but that they're rewarding of this patrol US intelligence interests that the Taliban radio traffic that Lieutenant Larantuka's platoon was going to be ambushed that room is operating. Let me say one other thing. So they had that on their mind to of course, let me just say this also Christmas day of two thousand eighteen just four months ago. Zien ran another article about Lieutenant rants, this aren't this. This case has been national news because the prosecution's places thirteen is sort of died down a little bit. What Clint Ross away we're asking President Trump to sign an order week prepared to let them out now. Now what what a odds of that happening? I think I think we could president attention. The very good. Have you gotten the Sean Hannity yet with the story? Sean Hannity two weeks ago. Sean very close with the president. He can handle he could send this over right now on his promise to get promise me. He'll get a copy of the book to the president this past Saturday morning. I was on FOX and friends New York City, president washes, FOX and friends. Yes, he does headsets is a friend of mine. He's next. He's the next army. He's an army guy serving the rack and his passionate about this case as well. Matter of fact, I'm gonna ask your viewers, you know, to do two things we believe the president, the president pardoned Christian Saucier because the hypocrisy involving secretary of state Clinton, you know, bright, you know, you had the whole thing. Security breaches saucy, it takes a picture tobacco submarine. He serves a year. I know the problem here is apocryphal as I pointed out on FOX and friends just the other day. If you don't believe the rules change, the rules of engagement change to the point that they favored the last of the Taliban above the lives of American. So crazy crazy. You don't believe you look at two cases and compare those Clinton Iran's you look at first off, you know, there's a whole bunch of bellyaching about Julian Assange, I'm gonna get into you song except say the soldier who gave him information, Bradley Manning, or whatever his or her name is now now, it's Chelsea whatever you wanna call him or her manning gives these documents to WikiLeaks. He gets a seven year sentence in a bomb, basically commutes the sentence unless walk okay? Yeah. That's the first thing it gives even worse with Bowe bergdahl when you're talking about the hypocrisy of the government bergdahl deserted this troops. He's a trade into the country. He left his position we sent dozens of soldiers looking for him, George George six Americans lost their lives. Looking for that yellow belly six American soldiers red blooded American bloodshed looking for that yellow belly Bali abomb trades him for five Taliban terrorist bomb brings Burke dolls. Parents to the White House. Bergdahl father goes into rose garden spout. Some sort of radical Islamic garbage in a rose garden, spitting on the loud of every American lost your life and nine eleven then bergdahl brought for desertion prosecution for brag bergdahl pleads guilty to desertion, which by the way is a potentially a capital offence at the time and time of war. We've been at war war against terror. You wanna call that? But a military judge bergdahl taps him on a wrist. Let him walk without serving a single day. Now about conference Mr President. You're listening Clinton rents is an American hero who lead his troops into combat whose only go was to bring every one of them back home alive. George this platoon only have one month left, and then they were coming back to Fort Bragg plant just wanted to bring them all back a lot. That's right. He's an American hero about what Clint told me. He told me and he didn't mommy sharing this. He. Would make the very same decision again. Because what he told me back in November of two thousand eighteen he said, he said, Don if I had made a mistake if I had hesitated. And if my if I lost one man or one man had lost one limb I would have been subjected to a prison for the rest of my life far worse than the prison. They placed me in. He made the correct Mr President. You've got an opportunity right now. We're hoping the president will take Good Friday to right this wrong. This is the most outrageous. You think if you think the disparity with Kristian Saucier, and Hillary Clinton is something when you look at what how the government basically glorified a traitor this country. Beaubourg doll brings his family to the White House. Saw a deserter in the rose garden and let them walk and then take an American hero whose only guilty of being a patriot. And put him in prison for nineteen years. It makes my blood boil it is. Action now about George. We were asked this question. Fox should the president pardon? No, the president signed an order this allowing the findings and sentences because a pardon implies guilt. We prepared an order you can go if you want the my Twitter site, which is at Dombrowski books. I just put a tweet earlier, and you can click and take a look at the order defense team has fun ready for the president's signature immediately. Mr President if you're awake. Please take action in done. What the heck are three guys doing on a motorcycle with a bunch of military troops around the in the first place that a good question. The way the the way the prosecution twisted this the prosecution hit there were other deaths on the battlefield that morning. Others folks shot on the battlefield about other folks in this platoon. That's a good question. What were they doing charging? Gosh. I mean, if I were an Afghani in new us troops all over the place. I'd be on the other Egede town. Exactly. Of course. Of course. She's of course, what were they supposed to think an a you can you imagine somebody telling George s Patton general Patton before you can fire on the threat to your to your man, you must conduct. They you must become a battlefield lawyer. Legal announce if if a Jeep is coming your way general Patton with a bunch of German soldiers in it, don't shoot them. He would put a steel upward.

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"john maher" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on The Big 98

"And I we are living in a tiny two bedroom apartment in a part of California. I mean, our college we don't have food in the refrigerator. We order food sent to the house every night. It's like I'm nineteen again. And so I don't really know anybody. I'm lost all the time. I went to college. And so the crazy thing is I mentioned all those people that came out like what life and my living where the girl from full house is coming to a show to watch John Mayer where I just talk talk to it's such a weird time in my life right now because I'm not cool mountain pine, Arkansas. And now all of a sudden, I'm with DJ Tanner full house, and the people watching John Mayer it talking to John Maher before show. What is happening with this thing? You know, why don't people knew listening to be like, oh this Bobby guys? Call got it all figured out. Oh, yeah. No, no. No, no, not at all. I mean, no, it's new people are listening to know that this is just. Yeah. The you recognize like oh pinch me. What is my life? What is this liar? Just like rolling with that. You're figuring it out. And you're definitely not cool when you are in those moments in your head. You're probably thinking like I'm so knuckle enough to be here right now. Oh, no, John Mayer, and I were in the room to talking for like twenty trying to play quantity master a picture, right? Oh, yeah. 'cause I know I kinda normal little bit. But not enough to like be totally cool. It's a little town. I'm like get a picture. But I don't wanna ask because I don't want to be the guys, you know. So yeah, it was a good is a good night. People are asking why did talk about it yesterday. I dunno. I didn't come up. Now, you're just living it now, just yeah. I can get away from it. I'm gonna play heaven from Kane Brown right now in the Bobby bones show..

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"john maher" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"And so then it's become like a running joke that everyone's like one even just like make the move the next time you run into John Mayer. And unlike I don't know that John Mayer wants me to do that, but I, I run into him like four times, land freak you out. If we told you the John Mayer. Is one of my closest friends. He found out that you were coming onto the podcast and this whole thing John come on out. It'd be like a most elaborate like inception. Mine, fuck setup of all time. With John, that would be. Saying that is hilarious. What if it's somebody that looks like Jon then tells you that your body is a wonderland? I mean, I'm not against it. I, I have nothing against John Mayer where people who look like John Maher. What do you think a wonderland is? Honestly, I think every time I heard that word, I think of the Michael Jackson like theme park, is it never? I always think of theme park as well. I'm gonna guess what? For whatever reason. I'm like, it gives me like it makes me shudder a little bit because I think it's because I think of Neverland. Right. Isn't that the? Yeah, yeah, I'm I wouldn't be against it. I definitely like I, I'm not against people who would be like, oh yeah, like your, your body's wonderland, like whatever. I'm like, okay, nobody like that. That's weird. If he's, he's like this. Smokin damn it bodies. Wonderland's. I mean, I'm so awkward. I'd probably be like. It's just such a fucking dark. Is probably why I've never said anything to the real John Mayer. When I run into him literally four times like he must think that I'm just like the dumbest most clueless woman who's like always texting and walking into him in the stairwell will definitely people that I feel like I don't know in Hollywood, but I'll see a feel like a in my own awkwardness like a blurt shit out. It's usually just like, oh yeah. The nervous noises just neighbor. Yeah, they escape my mouth before I can ask them on about some Stu like something stupid and realize that they're not paying attention or looking at me as though I'm like, I don't know an elephant with a unicorn horn on or some. Like just the that awkwardness of of sort of of Hollywood. Sometimes it's like, I know you the week, do we know we don't know how do we does that make for an easier entry point to talk to someone because you're famous, I would. I would think that all famous people just because you're by virtue of being famous, you can go up to them and said, hey, I'm famous famous. We can part of this famous club. We can have a conversation. It's not awkward, Gary movie one, two, three, and four sim stop it. You? No. I just I don't believe like maybe..

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"john maher" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"From manning in the list that doesn't mean that they will just go into camps ui manning ben was still a quarterback was going to move on from me like john maher said he something you can talk to teach quarterbacks that's what ben was doing the execution with the additions that they made in the off season where do you think in ally manning's going to look going into the season and how the look when we get into the regular season well i mean what's great to me he's lean train twelve out you know pat shurmur said he's the third seven has ever said now i'm not sure what sort of scale using their but you know you read it i think his arm is fine needs support of in front of him and i and i don't think any question that his vision started hollering that trust the offense join the crowd bails out you wanted to live for another play and you know he just didn't trust this protection certainly entrust the left side of the line the longest in and out with jury question so you i needs to feel protected if i'll tell comes back in he is you know running around like supposed to he quickly you know and getting ready for the season on his part i know ben thinks that the giants are going to win the division if you asked me today and i know it's very early because you never know what injuries could happen in training camp i would disagree with them i would still take the philadelphia eagles how much of a chance to give the giants to win this nfc's coming up in the fall where they get started for that yeah i would disagree with ben on this one also i mean he's eating consumer holding on the nfl teams go from worst to first but and i a win team kind of with an asterisk damage a team that was a disaster.

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"john maher" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Are you ready and local this is pink hey this is john maher the best station on the planet ninety seven three because the volume gimme mixed emotions yeah sir oh yeah one.

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"john maher" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"In a certain way my dad had just died and yeah john mayer's music just hit me in a way that i wasn't expecting it was my dad had given me my first guitar and john mayer's music is very heavy and so an instrument that i had put down because losing my dad i picked back up again because of john mayer's music so you know there's just a lot healing and i think in his music there's there's a lot of really beautiful poetry and in his lyrics and and the guitar riffs are just fantastic so one of my favorite ones came out quite a few years later is slow dancing in a burning room and i think you should check that out because if you only knew your body is a wonderland you are doing yourself a disservice because that's long i don't even think he plays that song in concert anymore i saw last year so and i have limited my john maher is limited to your body so wonderland but i will check out now i love i love what you just said about how you discovered music was was your passion early in life when when you're i believe i read this when your father brought home a qatari loved that story it was your actual father's intention to play the guitar himself but he soon found you picking up the guitar when you didn't think watching so can you remember that feeling and tell us about it again and what made you do that was it the sound at guitar or you know how kids are you know you see your father playing it and some kids just want to be like their father so tell us why well so it wasn't that i can guarantee that it wasn't that i saw my dad playing it one to play he was it was it was the worst sounds i'd ever heard come out of an instrument when my dad was playing it just awful he he he loved music but he did have the ear to be able to make it and so i loved him to death don't you wrong but yeah no he didn't inspire any of that so he i did get picked it up and yeah he wasn't home and i was afraid i was gonna get trouble he wasn't a strict disciplinarian mining stretch imagination but i was afraid i was gonna get in trouble for you know he he.

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"john maher" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"Have this guest on last week and i apologize because boy when somebody doesn't show up and we've already sent out the announcement we i'm telling you i get some hate email i'd say oh my gosh now cop people i can't guarantee that everybody can make it every week i try but there's no guarantee of people live in remote areas reception isn't it too good in some areas people go on tour people get booked on a film and they shoot in new zealand etc there's always a situation that may happen and that's what happened last week to our guest today his name is philip broussard i hope i'm pronouncing that correctly he is a navy veteran and a john maher or mirer never know how this man's name is pronounced john mayer i'm just going to say mayor he's a john maher inspired and award nominated blue blues pop artists and he recently released his critically acclaimed debut album entitled wave link and we are going to play at least one i don't know how the show's gonna go today just in hyper flax i'm not sure my goal is to play to one around five thirty five thirty five and then to close the show out with a second one song but we'll at least get one of them but i'm i'm shooting for today so we'll just see how it goes you can go to check him out on facebook under his name philip resort eightysix and that's p h i l l i p b as in boy r o u s s a r d eighty six i six stands for but we'll find out i always curious about why people choose the names that they do for their emails and their websites and their social media sites there's always a story behind it which i'm.

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"john maher" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"For us at cna week as busy for you i got a script here i gotta do what's that read it up oh this is hosting yeah i'm so i'm playing it lunchbox in our hosting you're welcome thank you what what am i thinking you it's dairy as in friends but i was like hey we need to sustain oh various results like push people you know that's cool yeah so i'm also what you're telling me and he's not you didn't push eddie oh so he got the remote three people hosting so i'm performing darius i'm doing two songs and then i i'm doing oh i'm doing a song alone darius comes out and we do a cover together the cover we're doing because i i was gonna who'd he saw oo that'd be cool but we did at the reimann i know i know i know what bare naked ladies now that that's in my will house off selection like that's pretty good selection but is not walks twenty no it has to be can of need now john maher known as kind of sing garth brooks no that the chinese chicken lady this summer i don't know beastie boys don't know sabotage right yeah you gotta fight new sabotage out there i didn't care if you really singing it cool.

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"john maher" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on Z100

"He has a song called wean and it's not about you there's somebody kulu cruiser sound like you john sounds like john maher little bit a lot of the town on this album sounds like john mayer but he loves john mayer grace then there's this on particular taste listen to this taking name raise huawei she's very different sounds great and then this song that was performed on sunday at the billboard awards with khalid this is called you song is i don't know if you saw the shawn mendez khalid performance it was incredible very powerful they have it in here don't you yeah it was unbelievable all these flowers in the audience and then they were waving them and then on the stage he walked through and all the flour he moved all the flowers with his body it was really and then julia michaels is on shawn mendez his new album this is like to be you.

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"john maher" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Spearmint lounge peppermint lounge on beverly spearmint rhino club is bigger rhino yeah no that place is wild oh that's fucking awesome but that it's really like to speak on anne hathaway or john maher all these people that ultimately what kids even migos i'm sure is professionalism what gets them where they at is like showing up on time i assume or hope being courteous and gracious with the people you work with being grateful for the fact that like i don't make a tv show right the crew the first ad second ad crafty like everybody is equally involved in making the experience and ultimately the end product right one worth watching like we john and i did a movie in vancouver called game over man how yeah we give we haven't spoken about this yet you are who ate my fake as addition to you had a lot of funny shit in that movie thanks the rooftop sequence between you and the guys is very you're very funny thanks man when you're shitting on the dude from fleabag jamie jamie you're so fucking funny in the movie and of course our connection we are permanently we are in on the internet in every single person's pockets engaging in stimulates and that was that was insane man first of all some of those some of them you didn't have a prosthetic on right up he was very close to my ass but did i tell you this because i might have mentioned this when the guys email me about being in the movie i was like hell ya i'll do whatever like once i knew it was like a real thing and not like a weird lohman guy yeah.

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"john maher" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on One Two Review

"Kind of like going through solitary confinement and then you get to see the warden sure if he's like torturing you in this like torture chamber right you guys ready to give this movie some numbers and score it yeah for sure yeah i'm gonna give this film i'm gonna give it to are i'm gonna give it to points it's tough to for me it's right in the middle of it said it didn't quite catch me but i love the beach boys i love seeing john maher angry and you know who who knows maybe this is important maybe to something that inten years will look back and realize that this was more important than than than i feel like it has right now so to for me two points romantic the the film making great soundtrack needed some work may be scale maybe accord structure may be a beat but beyond that the documentary was great and i love hearing about fringe cultures fringe topics of two points yes allah to for me a saga for documentaries especially music documentaries about obscure stuff and i also happen to like noise music so definitely a solid two points anna thumbs up recommendation oh right that is x points since more klein's on free style stack right i i think you should do the same you guys on twitter twitter blownup high nap chatting today too i don't know how to snapchat i do know how to instagram though pretty good at that i get some likes i got thirteen likes.

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"john maher" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Local this is pink hey this is john maher the best station on the planet at ninety seven three way gonna go except beautiful slack her name this pay stone moves like j lo tell me what you want from me i'll do it if if you say so have you ever dreamt when we could do have you ever sent him.

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"john maher" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Of that green tab with command and handed it over to his or her attorney in israel attorneys often a junior person right out of law school a couple of two three years and looks at these things through the prism of a law school examination analyzing first sergeant twenty nine year veterans ranger infantry career through the prism of is your police officer mainstream usa when you're not when he's a ranger in a hotbed of surgeon activity whereas unit she to casualties immediately prior to whatever happened out there that night that is logical i mean you've been there the more remote take but when you're asking our special operators in our marines and our infantryman they'll get up close personal which is their job and their skill set there being held to an unprecedented level of criminality that a i believe the mission and be turns the military no longer having the code of military justice for purposes of good order and discipline evolving into this body of criminal law that was never intended in the first place john i think you hit the nail on the head on that this is going to be discussing the wrongful conviction of combat soldiers with attorney john maher john this coming tuesday in washington dc there's going to be a large gathering of good citizens to help lobby congress to encourage the presidential pardon not just freedom but pardon lieutenant clinton marantz will be there reminded listeners of clinton's case we've got about two minutes clinton was a first lieutenant in eighty second airborne division in zari district dzhokhar province july two thousand twelve he was on a second combat patrol look he was an enlisted man he was green golden commission previous between leader have been taken out pursuant shrapnels face is an abdomen and leading this patrol which was the president patrol in single foul route march behind minesweeper up and down six eight hundred great burns clint marantz was working his radios while paratrooper in front of him by the name of.

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"john maher" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on Harmontown

"His good hey it's it's greg that's that's that's the role holly you get two if you jump through all those hoops you get to sing it's good bread this poor woman who was bored with the voice of god i tried to everyone is guilty creative's are given this gift and then they're leg they're they're just putting these actual glass boxes puplick can you give us a little more raisin and the reason gets its way it's amazing thing to be so the realism of like hearing a little bit of what she hears on the track through your phones just like a little bit user the music d today that little bit through her through her advanced care s class class rubber the i imagine that someone like you probably has lived his whole career like wondering when do i get an opportunity do saying like the improvised hook for an improvised rap about just anything like window i get to really let loose and just be john maher on the dan harmon rap well i'm and i believe now that the the way that i can speak to my abilities without sounding arrogant is to speak to my potential i believe that i am a man of infinite potential i believe that my potential is far greater than anyone else's potential and i believe that so i don't even know what i'm capable of lies yet i'm also just discovering every day i wake up if i choose to i can put my hand in a goldfish i feel about my ending new something i didn't know that i could do this is a symptom guy view you caught me on the same now i'm feeling the same way and i don't know if i can wrap and put michael one might say that anything that's come to me that has been deleterious in any way as come because of my belief.

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"john maher" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on Harmontown

"His good hey it's it's greg that's that's that's the role holly you get two if you jump through all those hoops you get to sing it's good bread this poor woman who was bored with the voice of god i tried to everyone is guilty creative's are given this gift and then they're leg they're they're just putting these actual glass boxes puplick can you give us a little more raisin and the reason gets its way it's amazing thing to be so the realism of like hearing a little bit of what she hears on the track through your phones just like a little bit user the music d today that little bit through her through her advanced care s class class rubber the i imagine that someone like you probably has lived his whole career like wondering when do i get an opportunity do saying like the improvised hook for an improvised rap about just anything like window i get to really let loose and just be john maher on the dan harmon rap well i'm and i believe now that the the way that i can speak to my abilities without sounding arrogant is to speak to my potential i believe that i am a man of infinite potential i believe that my potential is far greater than anyone else's potential and i believe that so i don't even know what i'm capable of lies yet i'm also just discovering every day i wake up if i choose to i can put my hand in a goldfish i feel about my ending new something i didn't know that i could do this is a symptom guy view you caught me on the same now i'm feeling the same way and i don't know if i can wrap and put michael one might say that anything that's come to me that has been deleterious in any way as come because of my belief.

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"john maher" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"john maher" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To happen according to the colder john maher i don't know if ben makhadov just acted on his own willy nilly here and said i'm going to bench ally manning and we're going to play gino smith if you said i'm going to bench ally and i'm gonna have davis web play i wouldn't have anywhere near the problem that out others are having with this in fact i don't have that big of a problem with it it's just gino you know davis web you don't know but i would have made the transition gracefully for eli manning he gets to start i would have him start the final three regularseason games that are played at giants stadium including this weekend against the cowboys i would do that to honor him but i would say to him you are playing at most three quarters at most no matter what the game situation is i have to find out what i have i'm going to play for the first half and you know chances are i'm gonna bring in davis web in the second half but i would give eli the dignity to of been able to start and then you bring in davis well the apple but in order for that to happen don't you have to fire your head coach first who doesn't want that to happen and actually change directions last week but uk can you order you had coast to put change his strategy yes you don't have said publicly all you have to say this is what we're doing as as a team as a franchise this is what we're doing this is what's best for all of us here you know what banned if you want to coach the rest of the year this is how we're going to do it or you can go now if you want to say i refused to do this thing go now but we're looking at this shortterm longterm shortterm is who is this kid davis web and can he play and we can let de like foul out gracefully here three last four games are going to be at home it's going to be an ugly ugly situation seahawks with a big win last night over the eagles i wanted to.

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