18 Burst results for "Kamarck"

"kamarck" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

04:46 min | Last month

"kamarck" Discussed on DSC On Demand

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"kamarck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"kamarck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And we're not clear whether the second Circuit when it decided the case, actually Fully considered that argument, so we're going to kick it back and second circuit make sure you do fully consider that argument. Well, OK, very briefly at the end as we wrap up the term the this case only sort of approach. Isn't that pretty prevalent in this? It seems like to me anecdotally this term. We got a lot of those, including that First Amendment case with the cheerleader today, which is okay. You can't do it, but I can't say you can't ever do it. Yes, it's fair to say, say that's been going on a lap this term. Of course, that can, you know, set an example for future cases. But, yes, the courts so far this term and sort of stayed away from announcing grand new sweeping principle, which raises a question about the fears about conservative majority and being sweeping in their decisions right now. Looks like they're taking it one small step at a time. Yeah, but the words I would emphasize there are right now. This is just the spirits first term, of course, And they've got big abortion and gun rights cases next term that we may be talking about something totally different a year from now really important point. Always great to have you with us. Great story That is our Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Coming up. Republicans block voting law reform in the Senate. Does that make the filibuster at Rick some? Some Democrats, certainly saying it's time to make some modifications. We talk with Elaine Kamarck of the Brookings Institution. That's coming up next on balance of power on Bloomberg Radio. Enjoy thanks The order breakfast at the McDonald's drive through Tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work, but it smells.

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Interview with Prof. Mark Schroeder

Scientific Sense

05:12 min | 8 months ago

Interview with Prof. Mark Schroeder

"My the purpose of mark. Who's professional philosophy at the university of southern california. He's interested in the race reason. Be trash nalty reasons. Value and other evaluative normative categories are related to the monte physical world in which we live investing around grad or left of one another kamarck. It's great to be here. Thanks you want to start with one of your recipes. Persons s stings. You say the biologic of teachers thinks of blood whose behaviors by the same principles that govern the behavior of any other social mammals plus of migrants complications that come from the kersee possibilities of access to natural language. That much fact. I have one you mark. I had no philosophy board in my body and to the interesting to make matters worse. I'm in the business of making people less relevant in essence replacing people with machines. And so in. That context will be an interesting thing to think about so supposed to be have a machine that replaces person would think that machine is in. The machine is thing than person is also updating. There's a sense in which that's true. Also the christmas north at things then has to argue that the machine is not the either right and so if the machine has fully replaced the person yeah believe place a person so so what are the implications of the essay. Push incest yes. So it's one of the central questions of philosophy how we fit our lived experience it into the world as revealed to aspire science inexperience. And there's something about being the business of replacing persons by machines that can make us all wonder. Can i really be replaced by a machine. It's one thing to know that everything that you do is the results of lots of smaller and easier to understand processes that can be built up another thing to look at the machine that's replaced you and feel as important as it used to feel before that machine came along replacing right so The i've got into this topic. Not because my philosophical research was originally about the relationship between person things but rather because my wife. And i were living in santa barbara which is about one hundred miles away from the risk of southern california where i teach and she was doing her surgical residency working about eighty one hundred hours every week and we started expecting our first child and we sat out in the evening. We yourselves how. How are we going to raise a child whose mother is working a hundred hours a week. And whose father is communion hundred miles each way to and from work and my mother-in-law came through and she moved in with us for a year to take care of her daughter caroline and so i spent a year living with her with my in laws. And so ever. Since then i've been thinking a little bit about interpersonal conflict because of that experience and so what happen is i read a very important philosophy paper by the philosopher ray langton and it really helped me understand something about the relationship between myself and my mother-in-law having a really hard time understanding while we were in that experience you And i and that has to do with how we understand each other and why it is that we can sometimes feel bad about the way that other people are treating us And there's a particular way of feeling bad about the way the somebody else treats you where you feel like. You're not being taken seriously. You feel like you're being written off or ignored or like you don't matter so that other person we think you ought to matter to the as their friend or your spouse your parent to your child or your colleague or something that you have a relationship with and that's really the that feeling of being let down or dismissed is the feeling that i was trying to understand in this paper and the thing about it now. A couple of years after writing that paper is that there are a lot of things that we want understand about. The relationships that we have with other people but interpersonal relationships are by definition relationships between persons between people

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"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

The Path Distilled Podcast

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

"I think biggest cigarette don't don't assume anything can happen. And just you know And if you create and don't some things are going to be easy either like really you need to. If you go everything over with clear is like how hard something is gonna be.

"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

The Path Distilled Podcast

08:03 min | 11 months ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

"Because it so sweet and i think every parent has been through this battle struggle. Where you're like. You don't want your kid or incapable over their food but you also monthly dinner so give in and you know my kids are putting you know if we would cook tuna steaks and they could catch it so just pointed out bother but what happened you quickly. Become disillusioned does apparent when you're young. You think your kids are gonna eat so healthy. Perfect record craig. Needs great burst allows for like a year that give up And you're throwing cheerios at them and chicken nuggets. But the like so. This ketchup thing was like is on consistent media. I thought it was brilliant. I This is something i need. I am the customer. And i think that's important when starting a business really excited about that. I tried to start businesses or get into business before in areas. Where like. I thought it was really interesting area Was it interesting business idea and really realized after. She must've unknown founder. For this like new. Start telling your own founder story like and you're like this doesn't fit and i was like this one fits like this is something. I'm totally passionate about something using them. The house constantly. That i would love to give my family of friends using things and i really think there's more people out there who use this product and so that got me excited about doing this catch up. Our initial product was kind of a a low sugar ketchup. Id fifty southwestern rhetoric catch up these carrots utterance unsquashed spinach do naturally sweden. It thought you know. I was worried about trying to go. Full no sugar flavors. I knew it had to taste good. There was a couple of other Kind of better view products out there for a while on this time and they tasted awful. You know as a parent like a physician themselves. Hipster catch up. Which was i guess. Cool at the time but in two thousand fourteen Fifteen two thousand sixteen now and which you know. I get Coming from where they were coming from but like as parent irs is completely unhelpful. Right you know it's a kids don't need it if there's no point buying Might my kids hated. And so it was like i need have chronic kids eat and so one of the core tenets of business of true made foods started. Is that the kids have to write as anything that we launched any product we want. We don't wanna be pushing it uphill. It's hard enough the start of food business sort of start. Any business like if At this point. I think i'd been lake through enough raiders and done enough stupid projects and ideas. You failed enough. That i was like i know how hard this is. I do not want to go after something do something that one not one hundred percent totally action it about and to That i feel like. I is difficult in any way. Like if it doesn't taste good or you know takes a require tastes or if it isn't much healthier than everything else out there doesn't hit those categories where you know if it's just a me too product It just becomes so much harder to do. And i you know i knew what i was getting myself. In for work in pain. I was going through and so i did not want to do that. With a with a subpar product So the the taste flavor profile was key for us for early. You're early on to get this right So that's kinda became the tenant like in this is the core of our business like yours are knocking launch product if it doesn't taste the best if it isn't the healthiest and have the best ingredient back on the shelf hands down and because this is too hard you know and not going to make it harder. So what comes next is it. Do you form team at this point or do you start working on recipes. I actually i had. I had a co founder advocate. Man who said he had the recipes that i believe as i turned out he did his recipes. Were awful awful and so like a month and a half going into starting the business. Like i realize like we had to start from scratch like with the rest of these ingredients that ed so we did and we just got lucky that like the first go round worked like kind of just pushed and a surrogate super lucky that this kind of i go round worked. We got specific someplace. Sugar catch up and then Once we got there I got us into a joined a an accelerator called ducts in new york city and my dad lived in new york city of the time and so i had a place to stay which was huge. So it's been like three or four days week Awake up in new york city. My wife aided Obviously and a force me to work around the clock on the product on watching the And the nice thing getting into the accelerator Again because you have your family and your under this pressure to kinda like make money or do something with us like the accelerator gave. It gives you some money up front so it takes a little bit of relief off. Gives you some validation that you actually have something you're and to Somebody's in you and it gives you network as well which is so much more important than that something. I really didn't have at the beginning of network to really healthwatch business in the living overseas for so long military for that the network was critical of it. Also then forces you to work like nonstop on the business. Where is if i didn't have accelerator. The probably would always been this nagging thing in the back. My you know should i be look at. Ibm couple hours a day. Maybe looking for a real job and if a real job did come along. Because i'd made this commitment to the accelerator at set up business. An initial with the accelerator. You know it forced me to go full in right away. no. I would not recommend doing what i did. I think we. I went into a little bit too early like old at like i would have. I would have liked to spend six months a year. Developing a product. Getting it right. You know really testing the market for things like that But you know. I don't think i i also if i didn't do it the way i did. I might of business. So that's gonna be a different view change and we struggled for the first year so it was a mess You know because of that. The total mess for the first two years of maya kick the founder out. You is not doing anything just like. He didn't bring the recipes to the daily bring to the table. Unfortunately you know just these. Things don't work Sometimes and He was really hurting the business and so that was painful. That probably set us back months. If not more maybe a year you know Again had not having the right people to start with is difficult Being really careful who you start. Your business is really tough. Are you considering giving up at this point. Are you thinking this is just another experience. I am i wrote problem. Where onto onto stupid. To give up. And i probably should've leg in two thousand sixteen Probably kicked when i had kicked cofounder out and everything like i i probably should have given up than or at least restarted or at something and i didn't and.

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"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

The Path Distilled Podcast

07:30 min | 11 months ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

"Go there my wife. I with navy too. And she had just got now and so we so she was able to come over and she did a grad degree Fulltime were there I was lucky. Actually really big turning point in my life here because we One experience all the different culinary techniques and stuff like that cooking traveling around and We got to I'd say to able to get graduate degree. I went to business. School part time Did the executive program there So that would never really lucky that was able to do that and So especially if you go to such a great program like lbs So we we lived in cambridge had a great time there and traveled back and forth the london and While we were there to win this brings a picture is we had our first kid I had my my oldest son matteo and his first of four But this is like kind of a major change point for us One because it kind of like a amid decision to get out of the navy at the time you know to try to pursue business And it was just got a really fluctuates I mean i've been to left point like my personal is thirty. So like my entire twenty s had been in the military. now no nothing else. you get the same paycheck every two weeks And then you know. I got this business degree in kind of is up to all different other possibilities of things i could do and i looked at my as an officer in the navy. Especially your if you want to advance your career. Path is pretty set in stone. Like there's iq hurdles you just have to jump. You got to do this do this. Next two next gets us qualification and at the time. It just was not attractive to me to do that. like i really just wanted to get out and just do different things experience different things. That's always been a big piece of me. When i was younger through my thirties and so we decided i should get out We decided you know we just paid for these. Expensive grab degrees. We should put them to use And at the time this was like we did our degrade we were stationed there between two thousand four two thousand or two band the two thousand seven released so at the time like he doesn't four to five six like we're seeing especially business school at single dealmaking getting out making all this money at london was the epicenter this amazing economic boom and so it looked like the sky was the limit. I just got this great. Mba you know they build you up to make you think you're the best in the world that you're out you're you're throwing money at you want so badly and number one. That's not really the case like even at the top of the schools. You gotta realize like London school graduates like four hundred people a year. And that's a lot of people you know in the day being a few top at jobs and the harvard graduates thousand people work graduates thousand people every year. You know you're not. It's not that i mean that's pretty elite from need to go to the world population. But it's still a lot of people in for the same consistency. Jobs thinks that which really aren't great jobs at the end of the day either but You know something that everybody wants to do what you're coming out of school and on top of that The financial crisis started to happen. Right as i got out of my late literally the last night my last name navy was december. Thirty first two thousand seventeen so it was already starting to throttle up Two thousand eight really got bad And i was just. I did not have the tools to deal with this plus We had our first son. He was born in twenty two thousand seven february. That we've got pregnant at the beginning of two dozen eight with our second son so and we had school loans from the grad degrees And we didn't have a lot of savings because we'd been paying part of our bag gregory's ever savings military's it's not like you're saving a talent you know or a much And so you know. It's just like this perfect storm of a perfect crap storm. I guess like everything inning. It's all at once and we are living in london where it was like two one to the dollar and our savings dollars was like two to one of the eighty eight. So it's just like awful like everything was the worst we were trying to make a by to some savings off of We managed to get some consulting work. my granddad was his health was failing and he started to give some of his money ways for gifts. Like nine thousand dollars. You know that helped significantly hit time. you know not huge amount but like it's a huge amount for that like they'd the rent drew and we were so you know they've wasn't for all of that like but it was incredibly difficult And you just you just go from this point of optimism to this complete point of pessimism about like really worrying And it was really difficult for us to because we we. Initially we move to london from cambridge. Living when i was stationed military like we you know one one with regular spending better joined an expense. Jim we were buying food. Rereading out and like thinking. Oh yeah maybe like we'll have one month like no salary or something like that not realizing that this could get really bad and i think you know part of that mentality. There's a there's a key point. I think that i'm not really millennial on to young But this shares I am too old sorry. Nineteen seventy seven But i have a close that gap like between jackson millennials and i think what i shared with. The millennial generation was this like Baby boomer optimism because my parents were baby boomers age had me young and it does baby boomer optimism that they build up for us right and especially if you were white right. If you're white and i came from you know middle milk glass milk last background because they just had it amazing ride right and they just built it up and i remember growing up like my parents talking about like my grandparents who are mostly immigrants and went through the depression to and like how they would kind of joke about their attitudes because like my grandparents who was like you know find a career. Dennis solid job. Government is government. Jobs are great. You want something you know that holds on and gives you benefits and attention. You know you never know what can happen. Like he's very scared and like the press narrow type attitude immigrant attitude you know very much immigrant and my parents would like coup that and they're like oh liberal arts degree doesn't matter what you major in You know get like and looking back. I mean it was ridiculous like they were like. You don't need to thank god for the navy navy. Forced me to take math and physics and stuff like that in college. Otherwise i literally i tested out of that would have taken a single mass court so college wasn't for the navy navy.

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"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

The Path Distilled Podcast

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

"Everybody thanks for joining us today. And they were excited. We have abe k. mart. he's the boundary. Nsee of true. Made foods. Thank you for joining us today. Abe scan thanks. Lauren avenue maintenances rely on really appreciate it for sure and as we were chatting before the episode started. I want everybody to know that. I'm actually consumer. I love your stuff said spurt. That is wonderful. That's a. I love hearing that more than anything else. Oh for sure. I encourage everyone to try. And if they haven't already alley hollywood up to you to tell us about some about your products later on but could you kind of talk us Tells kind of where your story begins and kind of how you got involved in the business. Yeah he sure army. I was Story begins all kinds of places but Very background mostly growth in the east coast but went to vanderbilt. Rotc scholarship navy yard see at Graduated in ninety nine. And i was commissioned in navy What flight school Became a navy helicopter pilot. And so i was spent eight years in the navy Did multiple deployments. My time station of florida. I was probably at sea more than i was at home Which is unfortunate. Because i i loved. Working in. Florida is a that was really kind of spark my passion for grilling barbecue. Like whenever we were all like. That's all i did was cook outside Ten times beautiful. yeah and I was actually cooking fish so much too. Because officials amazing legs especially on board of. We also like really got me i. I grew up cooking I grew up a with two organ parents And my dad was almost never around For various reasons of not always good And so you are me and my siblings. We all each ended up becoming. Murray self-reliant It goes our parents are very hands off Parrots that way and so we all learned how to coke on our own. We also very big came from a very culinary focus family. My mom sicilian like cooking was just something we did. They didn't own. My parents are known a microwave. Until i went off to college like about And awesome ajar was an athena in our household. Just there's just certain things we can do. Your mom and my mom would go along same and that kind of that develop late. Certain building blocks of food for me. Which kind of led to true mate foods and kind of developed more or less than the military my own cooking and starting to discover new cuisines. A corporate different types of cooking techniques. Might say my my kind of ethnic background mike. My culinary background is really kinda like southern italian and southern virginia. 'cause the my my dad's only a small part southern virginia his grandmother my grandmother but she had an outsized influence on the cooking and the family. she was most famous for being really famous cook and was a known for hosting harding's in the dc area with her with her culinary ability though showing how to third grade education And so you know. I kinda grew up with this background We also grew up with this background of like using really fresh natural ingredients and using all vegetables. Fruits out mike. Mike grandmother's virginian recipes like she used lots of butter in pork fat. But no sugar. Like they're the only sugar in any of our capacities are desert. And now you look at southern cooking. And it's almost all sugar and everything like every recipe at sugar ridiculous insane with the time to like the My mom always said basically stopped me early on a lazy talion. Do sugar right. There was a shortcut. Something people developed after they came to the. Us post world war two can thing got industrialized as a way to make shirts. The food tastes better faster without doing the real work cook and the way we learned to cook was like us apples to make pork taste that. Are you know if you wanna make us. We use Carrots make the Cup acid. And so i kind of like the basis. And then you know that developing me more as in the navy deploying your i got to go to south america for counternarcotics operations in the gulf for iraq war and you know go travel need only different places at stopped in europe A bunch of times And then so one of the things. I wanted to do in the wrong reasons. I joined the navy. Because i wanted to just kind of just wanted to get out and do things like i just never wanted to have. A desktop of my dad was a lawyer and we never saw him around. He was never home. News is never home is never happy like either like like he was non involves other not happy person like emmer when we were kids and that just turned me off doing anything at all. That looked back. Until i was set on joining the navy and gang the hell out you know i think doing anything that was not Looked at didn't look like a lawyer. Job right so probably also led me entrepreneurship to write kind of set the the base. I didn't know in the time because at the time i would've thought i was way too much like a business route. Wanted it isn't some ways but Yeah so yeah. Became an aviator. And i wanted to join the navy because i wanted to and get out and I kind of just pre you know. 'cause i got commissioned in ninety nine nine eleven One of the time you know. Only the real marine corps went out and did things you know in the ninety s like the navy marine corps basically deploy all the time awesome navy especially always at sea and army up until that point really the only the still kinda like sitting around waiting for soviets to invade really ready for this and so the idea then was like if you really wanna get out see something or do something you gotta joined the navy is. That's what i did And then of course. I'd eleven happened in iraq happens. Army did everything so different swamp. By the least i did deploy lot. We were in the gulf for the iraq beginning iraq at war And i got you. Don't see a lot of different things and go to different countries. And what a the great part is for my shore duty. When i was a after you do a or where you deploy all the time you do a shortage in the navy where they kind of like they want you do Experience like a more of an officer development sides usually go to a major command or the pentagon something you see and i went to you as european command because i really wanted to against a overseas. Don't wanna keep going overseas And so i lived in england for four years and got a travel a lot for work for fun By we just got married.

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"kamarck" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"In a new of that by Kamarck. She media. Once Amman a time in the lands near the Himalayas, then lift a king who had many wives, but none of them could give him a child. Moaning and evening for eighteen years. He Lynch, the file on the sacred altar and lead for the gift of children. Finally, one d oh, goddess rose from the flames I am salvage three. I am the daughter of the sun. I'm pleased with your plans, you will soon have a daughter. Within a your adult does born in the king's vannice. It was the favorite Queen won't him a child, he named her savagery after the goddess. Beauty and intelligence were the Princess Salvi threes, defining features, and she had is that chore, like the sun. So splendid was she that people thought she herself was a goddess? Yet when the time came for her to Mattie no man asked for her head in manage. Her father told her. We men tone away from radiance like yours go out and find a man worthy of you. Then I will arrange for the marriage. And so in the company of servants and counselors Savi three traveled from lease to please. After many days she gave up on a home 'age by a river crossing. He are lived men and monks who had left the towns and cities for life of prayer and study, solid three entered the hall of worship and bowed to the end teacher as these spook a young man with shining, eyes scheme in do the hall. He guided another man who was old and blind. Who is that young man? Ost SABIC three. Softly. This is prince sub theme on said the D, Joel with a smile. He guides this follow king whose realm was called God. It is that, that's something mom's need means son of truth for no man is richer in what you. When solving threes on home, she found her father city with the holy seal. None of. My daughter, my deal. Dawdle. Set.

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"kamarck" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Here? Put fertilizer on criminals. A lot of individuals who will get on residential we'll put we'll put fertilizer down, or, or a pesticide down for the different types of, of just whatever. And, and they think that that's the end of it. You know. So that should take care of it. It's not a repeated function. You're correct. Services, whether service, they're, they're very tentative to it today. Have you on on a proactive program? There was a question of watery. You it. Can you water too much? Well, yes, definitely, and he was, you know, well soil needs to be saturated, though. He goes, the roots, run deep and he goes in, so you don't want you don't want to grasp to not be able to be replenish. So say that, while was was it focused, too. You know, when you listen to this radio show, or you do a lot of turf grass talks throughout the year as, as a subject matter. If when you come to one of these talks, I cover all that the key is, we over water, we use weed and feed fertilizers, which is wrong. You know we have to we have to use good horticulture principles. And if he can follow that, then that's the good, good way to be good steward of the environment. Okay. What? Because you there's several companies in in they're all promoting their services right now. And, and, and they all say that they do not, you know, most of them say that they are getting, you know. They use of materials that are friendly to, to, to the to the environment. But the do protect the grass and address issues like the grub worms. Well, organic is an option. But don't knock this synthetic, remember we feed the world, not ninety eight percent of our agriculture is traditional conventional agriculture, so our Ganic is just an option. Well, thank you very much, because. She. Johndroe. Good morning. You. Hi. Hi. What's your question this morning? Lovely Lola play pines. Okay. Billion greater on the on my. But what I'll put him on the ground. No. Eastern Kamarck county and they Joe, that's correct. That's why you don't see any those types of pines or not. We're not we're not in east Texas. We're not in Houston. We're not in east Texas. And we're not in bastrop lost pines region. So it's a, a species of pine. Nets out of place. You know what I'm saying? So that's why if you're going to try to grow conifers and pines are very hard to grow in and around our area. If you want to try to grow one, then, you want to look at eye talen, stone, pine or the Aleppo pine, and if he can find Pinon pine. That's pretty awesome to just hard to find. If you want to short live pine that grows nice and pretty for five or eight years in dis. Then you would do the Afghan pine, but the I talent stone pine or Aleppo is the only ones we really try to grow around here LA bla is not suited for this area. Let's say. Been putting ashes from my burdening file. Yes. Around some of them on those. I lost their arrest if he if you look at fertilizer nitrogen foster potassium, which is pod ash potash from wood and other element like that. Yeah. That might help some but you know that's not the answer of a growing species. That's not well suited are adapted. Let me ask you this question in and around one hundred mile alone twenty mile radius of where you're at how many lob lolly pines e c growing. One. In your backyard. Right. Yeah. So it's not an adapted species. Unfortunately, machinery, we're going to take a break. Thanks for the call who got next coming up. We've got Dwayne. We've got Brandon. We've got Rouge. We've got Scott. All of you guys hang in there. We're gonna take a break here. Make a little money for their ego company to pay the bills. Yeah. Hey for those view, the need help, making your crepe myrtles the best they can be let us make amend product from Carl foolish, very simply called Carl PU crepe.

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"kamarck" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The highways and in the air as we close out this Memorial Day weekend boy was predicting a record weekend of travel so traffic galore all weekend long, take a look at it. They're expecting when all the planes, trains, and automobiles have been counted. Some forty three million people with out on the road, this weekend, or in the airs on the open seas, the rails, taking trips of fifty miles or more. That's three point six percent increase when you take a look at the breakdown, the prediction was some thirty eight million people on the road, which is why there's so much traffic all weekend, long, three point two million in the air at about two million combined when you look at buses trains or cruises with the FOX business network in Los Angeles this morning. Vice President Mike Pence laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at Arlington, National Cemetery Kamarck Memorial Day explaining the symbolism of the day Americans gathered onto the lives and deeds of America's greatest. Hero ten stepped in for President Trump who is in Japan on a state. Visit he and the first lady paid respects to the fallen soldiers last week before they departed the search continues for a missing five year old girl in Utah. Fox's Grenell Scott has more live. At least Elizabeth Shelley has been missing since last Saturday morning. Police are suspecting, she may have been with her uncle Alex Whipple. He's in custody, but said to be non-cooperative. That's why Logan Utah police captain Tyson. Budge is asking residents to be observed yard sector building. Check your outhouses. Outbuildings? Containers anything garbage cans if people have surveillance footage police are asking for that to be checked as well. Searches are scheduled to be called off at dusk, and resume tomorrow morning Grenell candidate taking a first app toward ratifying, the new trade agreement with the US the minister presenting motion to the house of Commons. Clearing, the way for the presentation of a Bill. This is Fox News. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans, America's largest mortgage lender. Let's talk.

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"kamarck" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Sure. The trying to be too much like the TV show risque edgy. It wasn't organic is great. If it's real attitudinal fine. If it's not contrived yachties too smart nowadays for that for that other stuff. So I think they didn't have we didn't have to football. And you know, hell I work with terra worked Lawler and the most one I had was worth with dick. But this of the Dan, oh, God Kamarck and saw. Then Hampton hard pretty game. You live where you might not love to push your father, smart young man at me half, the final crown Royal and my board they made a board, and they never took an genera- had it done and also brought the risky. So we always had a good pre game. And that's the games a good. Dan Hampton story that dude was a wild beast wanting. All yeah. Let me tell you something the guy that's revered buckets. Anthony would kinda open the door six heads make sure everything's cool. Buck. This is the guy has been Hanson has no fear has no governor. I mean, nothing he is just he's he's reminds me one time, I was drinking Bill Froehlich and rent farve in Atlanta and about ninety one and we're going to pretty hard. So gross of rip. You're trying like hell, buddy. You ain't gonna build drink all the crown over Atlanta caned, I sent me in Frederick already tried to it ain't gonna happen. So things like that. These these guys like you said you chance meet somebody. It's kind of a cool deal. You make a friend of yours stories and a lot of those on. It's interesting you use your discussing all intensity about the XFL. Brett Farr has long been one of my favorite athletes ever. And on a lot of levels. He just has some characteristics reminding me of my daddy and whatnot. Even though he's not nearly as old as my father. He has some some mannerisms and philosophical approaches to things that remind me of my dad, and he just raised hail, man. I love that about him. What was it like to be around him when the lights weren't on pre spirit man loved the he's saying to be amazed that he was there. And kinda like he was floating through time and space because he wasn't gonna play which is the big mistake. But jerry. Danville. Made all that on that particular issue and the Team New players do it. But they couldn't convince the powers of beta give a chance one of those things. I remember doing I was talking to he was kneeling in the end zone. And I was standing in the end zone. He's down here. And he's taken a knee all out there which rests ball Andrei rise in his cutting across the field at about the fifty and far is on a knee and rivals like an arrow from his knee and the end zone to the fifty yard line and catches rising in stride. And I just saw the dentist thing I've ever seen in my life..

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"kamarck" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Continues to come to us from state federal agencies businesses families along with the incredible small town connection that we have we are truly a beautiful family. Most importantly. We went to being Jamie. For being so courageous for cheating an opportunity to find her way back to us. What extraordinary young lady? What is the support? Like in our district was another question that was quite common. Support for our barren areas. School district has been nothing less than exceptional. Teamwork. Kamarck ministration are SRO supervisors counselors school psychologists and faith partners from our district as well. As other neighboring districts has and continues to successfully address, the distinguished needs of our students. Teachers bus drivers support staff as well as our entire community. The department of Justice school safety team was the second call I received last evening. It came to me minutes after I received miraculous, call sheriff FitzGerald. Who is immediately assessing our needs in the district. After he gave me this news. The DOJ office of school safety has partnered with us to ensure that our students staff and the larger school community received the support that we need to feel safe during this investigation the office of schools. Dave safety has provided. Onsite support to Barron school district in the.

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"kamarck" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Hey, guess what? On Kamarck, tell me. Your remember? How on episode fifty eight of this fine show. We Doug trying to confuse us all with the bible. That sounds like so many of our episodes. Right. I'll take you at your word. Well, we. It was Doug giving us sort of a run down the first rundown of the very obvious acid trip. That is revelation right, including my favorite part, which was what's snack on amid apocalypse a little book. I if yeah exactly if rainbow headed guy has one foot in the water and one foot on the land and offers you a book. Dive in go against everything you've ever been taught in your life and eat that book that book. Well, uncle Doug. You have promised that the worse is to come. Well, I and I'm gonna keep my promise. Revelations to have leashes part two. So as as you mentioned Oakland in in fifty eight we covered the first half of the book of revelation, which was the first eleven chapters, and I'm still I'm so glad he broke this in half. Because if we tried to do this all at once we'd all be on the floor. So you say that like, it's a bad thing. Well, I'm on the floor. You can't see me. That sounds like a fun tickle party. I'm lying behind the credential. Just wait till we get going. So so let's dive in in fifty eight we covered kind of the history of the book of revelation. Why it ended up where that up and if you wanna? Reorient yourself to that. Or if you haven't listened episode fifty eight you should go back, otherwise, this will make no sense at all. Well, and then once you have listened to it. It will also make no sense sense. Right. We'll clear all of that not up for you. Let's do a quick recap. Then we'll dive right in. So in part one we met our protagonist John who's witnessing and writing down. This fever dream. We also met sword. Mouth Jesus the four and twenty elders. The four six wings chanting beasts covered with is. We were introduced to the seven seals the four horseman and their two hundred million mounted cavalry and the seven trumpeting angels. We saw the sun blotted Dick's, by the way, totally trumpeting. Angels were assholes. Yeah. And anti environmental for sure to say, the least we saw the sun blotted out repeatedly. We saw several earthquakes forest. Fires store. Locus prediction about the dangers of plan to Konomi poses to the nuclear infrastructure of aging post industrialized society, a lesson creative description of a tank a helicopter or a dragon. Depend. On who you're talking to. And of course, the hundred and forty four thousand face tattooed, juice. Yes. That brings us up to chapter twelve right? So that was all the normal stuff. Get into the weird stuff. Everybody knows about that. Yeah. So chapter twelve if you're hoping for an amused booklet to start things out. We are jumping in with both feet. Okay. So a heavily pregnant woman appears in the heavens clothed with the sun and standing on the moon with the crowned with twelve stars you can wear the moon as clueless. Okay. Wait say that again, no serious pregnant women very pregnant woman appears in the sun standing on the moon with crowned with twelve stars on it. Sure, if you get hung up by this. This is going to be a long day. Just the gravitational consequences of those choices. She's made our stupendous. But whatever. All right, so mix there appears I write about the baby you should next appears a great red dragon with seven heads ten horns and seven crowns..

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"kamarck" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Well doug dan you are not kamarck i am not can you tell by the sexy voice and the nearly identical voice saudi you you guys almost the same the time i'll sound like him when i'm fifteen twenty years old wow we're definitely uncle mark was not able to make it for this week's show yeah and apparently we're going to spend the entire time bashing him this is my revenge for countless newbies and purple nerpa in my life although you're nerpa are lovely now why yeah you start early yeah you gotta get 'em you gotta get them young otherwise you're never going to have those good nerpa lls find pieces of canadian bacon well here's what we got coming up on the show you we're gonna start with you're going to tell us about some crazy out there yeah where if you if you need some healing this is not how to get it then mark you know mark ni people will be shocked to learn we sometimes prerecord things we don't record everything straight through say like like we present it like we do sometimes looking behind the curtain can be really disappointed as it's very disappointing but what isn't as appointing is that we'll have professor jim onto to tell us about some some cognitive thinking some better ways to think i'm gonna tell us about a family with sin particularly dubious values yes indeed those yeah exactly murder being the weirdest of them among many yeah le the bloodiest it seems it seems like that's not a great family value but maybe we'll see we'll get into it family that stabs together goes to jail together thing yeah anyway we'll talk about that coming up let's do a show let's do.

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"kamarck" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"On the eib up in american president kim sitting down with representatives of a hostile foreign governments and how can we work together to achieve our combinations a saudi league and legal not only because you could write the law because it genuinely is his mitzi if that has not occurred anybody such a thing could ever happen politics is are chapel obviously a treasonous defined in the constitution and this is not treason but obviously such disloyal behavior is unthinkable and it is assumed that any any one rebel caught in cahoots with a foreign power as henry walks was cotton production of nitric 48 that which is confined you've the outermost margins of american politics enough deeply them stamps but even happens law won't after because the law does not contemplate such a thing i meth yukon in your listening to the law for podcast february tenth two thousand eighteen in his recent york times best book trump chrissy the corruption of the american republic david frum a senior editor of the atlantic magazine lays out a compelling account without president donald trump's tendencies could push the united states towards the of liberalism that most americans believe the republican system of government is a new in an event on february seventh at the brookings institution from sat down with jonathan raushan elaine kamarck and law fares benjamin wettest for a conversation in qna on from spoke it's the law for podcast episode two hundred to david frum on threats to democracy in the trump era.

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"kamarck" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Monet bill and get what we can uh um what y blame thing the rule about theoretical side by side with paul added little claimed that they mccarron office of detracts uh i gantry chuckle on another hulu would you that was you were an opposite to truck yeah you can go on youtube are offered through the track in it's actually shows in video of of aquaculture truck before they put the cartoon character so you they put the cartoon character over you the cat putting them off away a pillow pella who wanted to cut kirk or something really cute from different annual contribution the may seem official expressions and deliver movement i uh really by the same agent julian mcdonald um uh eleanor easier could do to end sri you know we we can allow from on the tea whirl of a video that was a hell of who video remember that made kuala be with a career yes yeah i mean ally iran stone album greenpeace scout increase goenka added sketched go all the moms ended record and none of our cheese she led with do scott good coming out onto but a yet others will go the major steps well unfortunately i didn't win get it because we were there animated character a lot of people had no idea detriment that his immediately with beacon when show what i've been after the movie i started strewn wanna commune choreography and dancing between years uh he no longer little along to the relatives of those in the streets in eleven the singer on on youtube in kamarck islands some very thankful for people who will not that information but yeah i i got a chance to work with seattle we sense at a alex for of dillon shipbuilders journey jamiroquai on family matters thumbed enemies of the the show for alcohol seasons ago a better chance to work with him i mean what let me the nutrition receive while no teacher of the steve are reshuffle i with jimmy kimmel feature and jimmy kimmel kimbell show a jorge lopez.

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"kamarck" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Well we've had a situation where the fundamental we're the bond market have been deteriorating steadily but we didn't really see that in the prices into starting about a month ago 10year yield to actually get to a one level in early september and i think that was a cathartic stop out for a lot of a lot of particular speculative investors betting on higher rate through the summer got taken out and now over over the last month we moved up forty five basis points gold's up with a pretty consistent and not really significantly changing economic and employment picture of the us yeah i'm scott thanks so much for joining us today i there are a lot of people saying that are reaching kind of a a sort of a moment of truth that was what jeff kamarck said a moment of truth four at the us treasury market yields crossing there to provide two point four percent threshold and just continuing on up how high can they go at this point with no fundamental change in the backdrop of maine yes the ecb may announce some kind of tapering that's more hawkish some people are expecting tomorrow yes it potentially inflation could pick up and yes there could be a more hawkish fed chair all of that does not negate the trillions of dollars of cash sloshing around the financial system well i think it probably a bit of a triple whammy interpretive a number of you know kind of in in the background events occurring i'm in the largest one being you know the taper and the it to the fed's balance sheet which told this is going to be very much in the background and we're not going to notice but i think you know played protest a little bit too much and by certainly over two thousand eighteen and nineteen they're going to the treasury's going to have to climb four hundred billion dollars extra.

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"kamarck" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"kamarck" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"He said he he taught look he should a lotta backstrom jackson said he liked what he hated the triangle he had he had stuff about uh the media about guys looking at his money and basically saying you know i don't care what you guys get paid and you know don't look at my money and be jealous of me in my shots you know right doug learn inc in her in your money yourself know i'm not focused on you guys there is things like that you that you don't you're guys serta he touched all basis we i caught him at a good day that yes you did i i think he i think he was hitless that they feel what he's i went and watched the game before i before i went to the hotel on wage for a watched the game and on i'm just i never forget here he is in right field oh basically standing there didn't michael jordan standing there and um i think he was i think he struck out a couple of times i don't know he might have gotten to hit he might have got a dribbler come the third base fuck that's something but but i i'm just saying to myself what a waste of town this is ridiculous not that i discussed that with him that day um but i do remember him saying something that i as i remember him saying he could not combat he never kinda army definitely was emphatic about that he did not coming back at us and i say god michael kamarck but the you know i printed that trinidad said when come back and he came back.

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