22 Burst results for "Keeble"

"keeble" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

04:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"keeble" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"I've been thinking about a lot with this book is how we define abundance because like when i was a kid and even when my kids were little we would go scalloping and we would collect wild scallops in like try to get a bunch for dinner but now when i go scalloping i take pictures. I don't. I don't actually collect any scallops anymore because of what i know and so i still have a great time and i have all these great underwater pictures then. I still have a lot of fun with my kids. I think we think of like doing less harvesting putting out less carbon. We're thinking of those as hardships in. There's in they're not hardships. We can live with less and live really well. We can live well without burning fossil fuels we can live well without exploiting fellow keeble without overharvesting seafood. It's a-changing ethos it's a different way of thinking about things so it's just like it's just like me and i tried to be very honest in this book about the fact that i've i've always eaten seat shellfish i'm not. I'm not a vegetarian or certainly vegan in i. I eat some shellfish in this book. And i struggle i struggle with my consciousness when i do and i'm sort of really honest about all of that and get to this point of not. You know not being preachy or dogmatic. But let's get through this together. How can we live better. How can we define abundance by having clean water and living animals and you know a beautiful sea-bottom to take photographs of rather than harvesting every last scallop in the c. Which is which is sort of how we've approached the world up to now and it's amazing how you can. It's about developing that awareness in that that sense of how all these pieces are interconnected. And it's amazing how you have been able to develop that and helped me develop at just by looking at again. Something very small like i said. It's emc shells. And i was rigging you a little bit at the beginning to provoke you into the answer but you know that i said at the beginning of oh. This is a little bit of a small topic right but to see it. Flower outwards and connect to everything. It's been has been so beautiful beautiful to hear you talk about it. I'm so glad. I'm so glad i really. That's really what my hope was and it took me. It took me six years like you. When i was i thinking about this i was like oh boy seashells paying out my next couple of years and it was so much more than that because like you said earlier they reflected who we are they they have something to say not just about the world around us but how we treat other people and sort of everything else. So i'm really glad that that came across to you. And i hope your listeners will read the book and enjoy it. I'm sure they will well if they want to. Folks the book is called the sound of the c. You can get it. I assume wherever books are sold at your local bookshop or if you want to order it online go to factually pod dot com slash books. And you'll support not just this show but your local bookstore..

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After Volcano Erupts, Residents in Congo Struggle to Find Food and Shelter

UN News

01:58 min | 2 months ago

After Volcano Erupts, Residents in Congo Struggle to Find Food and Shelter

"Now to our interview which comes from goma when mount gondola erupted on the twenty second of may sending a lava lake across the center of the city destroying homes and almost reaching the airport runway. A un refugee agency team was caught up in the emergency and how to evacuate along with hundreds of thousands of people for a first hand account of these situation and the wider problems. India congo's east his jackie keegan head of. Unhcr's go office complete with a very noisy winged. Onlooker as you'll hear the earthquakes have slowed and are now of less intensity of lord intensity there remains movement of magma underneath the city of goma and a risk of the second eruption following the eruption of the twenty second of may how many people are on the move from goma. The current estimate is about four hundred thirty thousand people who fled goma in immediate aftermath of the eruption on the twenty second or the the order to evacuate on the early morning of the twenty seventh of may there is there is a movement people are coming back to parts of that are considered to be less dangerous but there are still certainly under the thousands of people in different parts of north ski too and even northern south keeble who have fled the threats that we're now there are one and a half million people in goma however and there is talk of a lava stream two and a half miles beneath the surface of the city so if they were to be evacuated they needed to flee where would they go is capacity to help them and even for those who have already fled. I've come back to goma i. I left with the first wave to help my colleagues setup the response in k. If those of us the few of us who've come back to goma need to lead again including the rest of the residents fear then we would need to go west to sake and into south kivu and probably the mountains north of socks and minova where the majority of people are are or indeed go north to ritual and the area north of goma

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Ocean Currents Predicted on Enceladus

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Ocean Currents Predicted on Enceladus

"New study claims. That ocean currents churning in the subsurface sees of this attorney an ice moon enceladus. The findings reported in the journal. Nature geoscience a based on the shape of enceladus twenty kilometer. Thick shell new hypothesis challenges. Current thinking that the moon's global ocean is a modulus apart from some vertical mixing driven by the warmth of the moons core and syllabus is a tiny frozen snowball just hundred kilometers wide. That's just a seventh of the earth's moon. It's the smoothest body. In the solar system is smooth as keeble and sold us attracted the attention of scientists in two thousand fourteen when a fly by the cassini spacecraft discovered evidence of subsurface after water was seen spewing out of guys alike eruptions through fissures in the circle tiger stripes in the ice neither moon south pole a spectral analysis of the water by cassini indicated that it was salty together with jupiter's iceman moon. Europa enceladus is one of the few locations in the solar system other than earth with liquid water. And that makes it an obvious. Target of interest for astrobiologists searching for signs of life but the oceans on enceladus are almost entirely unlike those earth earth oceans are relatively shallow with an average depth of just three point six kilometers. They cover about three quarters of the planet surface and a warmer at the top thanks to the sun's rays and cooler depth near the floor and they have carrots that are affected not just by the spirit of the earth but also by wind on the other hand and syllabus a piece to have a global spanning and completely subsurface ocean. It's at least thirty. Kilometers deep is cooler at the top. Of the i show and warmer at the bottom thanks to hate from the moon's core despite their differences the study's lead author analog from caltech says the oceans on enceladus do have currents based on the cassini measurements and observations on earth looking at the way ice and water interact drive ocean mixing. Dr

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You Are More Than A Conqueror

Fresh Anointing Show

04:50 min | 6 months ago

You Are More Than A Conqueror

"Today. We want to talk about more than a conqueror. Wow and we look at our lives as we talk about living my best life and there are many times that we get caught up into this journey that we live in in this world and all the the peripheral things and all the semantics and all the different things that come at us and sometimes they can be overwhelming and frustrating For us at times in and a lot of times the devil throws these obstacles in our way and it seems like that he is trying to defeat us. But if we're in kreis. Let me rephrase that i know for a without a shadow of a doubt that he is trying to defeat us. But we have to understand something when we are in christ. Jesus we a more than a conqueror and we have access to the power. And i i get for me this all like i made a note. They're standing at a place of victory rather than looking for victory. Understand that victory has already taken place The jeremiah one in five. Say before i play she among among your mother's womb and new you then he said sanctified you and it is at ordain you now when it comes to be more than a conqueror meaning it. I'm fighting from crisis perspective and not man that means the battle is already been worn. Watch out watts. And so what. I'm doing i'm just a fulfilling why he had already preordained. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah you on target right there. That's now that's a good word. But what about those people that may think of themselves as not being a conqueror. Well they don't themselves as as a conqueror because of so many things and challenges of life and hardships and difficulties. That have come come their way. Paul writes to the romans in rome. He says i would come to you. I pray he's had not only. Did i pray. But i had planned to come even from spain. I was gonna come. But i've been prevented and and that's something when we pray god tells us yes god tells us know some damn dodd tillers way and we talked about david understanding victory in the same light now. Here's david don spanish child. The fastest seven days and seven days. The child that what david did david gets up. go back. Home washes hisself lotions himself and go down to house the law and worship because he realized that god's wheel had been done and therefore will he didn't get the answer that he wounded but he knew that god was still good. Always get to answer that we will but that does not mean that god is good. God has a plan for live. There was an later home. Same david karen who also wind to build the temple. What we wanna do now. Right right right. And and god again tales david. What no but you can participate in the process so daily go out and all the priests and the gate keeble and he lies them up for the war he goes out and get the bang for the building of the temple but no one that he was not going to get to do it because god until live. He had a plan solemn. The do not not a plan. And if got had to deal what he would they've been willing to walk in obedience under the will of god rub into his own. Plays of what we call peace and we gotta play ps of happiness and all kinds of things we got label and we laid out but it may not have i do the will of

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"keeble" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"Tighter abs brand new cover of Joni. Mitchell's woodstock is on Israel our radio. He was going <music> aw yeah <music> <music> we have millions bomb we yes <hes> McColgan I call him Emma schmolly demotion Mitte Felton dish djilali ulcer Indian mean Schipol Easter Caracol Keeble file tax N._C.. Muggy Royal Eh amount of time sharing my meanwhile they call the cool dumbing chemo aw aw uh yeah.

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"keeble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The Braves need pen the nationals have Carter Keeble sitting there and he's got no where to play right now they badly need panned the cardinals the cubs the Reds the Dodgers all these teams are after bullpen pieces the giants have Dyson and will Smith's tone a lot in and raise Meron to eight you know it the trade season is all on it's going to be five if the twins would do it if I would go Royce like Royce Lewis for her will Smith or ask your loft yep I'm doing it I want to ask you a one for one I saw a kid last night and at triple A. all star game name Brent rocker who's a left fielder for the twins and this guy is just a purer hitter I know you I would trade will Smith's straight up probably for him as well he's on the verge of being an everyday guy so exciting times for sure for the giants but if you're in a span would you take will Smith for Jorge Matteo if you're a giants fan if they had an athlete like Jorge Matteo Ricky Henderson level athlete at the top of the line up with that get you to go out to oracle park in August and September because for me it would it absolutely you put Horry Matteo in the orange black and I'm going three more times between now and the end of the year that's just where I'm jumping in are we allowed to get to grant livan's going to join us we'll talk where summer link to browse gonna stop I will talk about the upcoming trade market in the second half of the year baseball attendance is down over the last couple years we'll talk about what the why on that Robbie gold what are the Niners gonna do with Robbie gold and we're gonna get into the night of discussion a little bit today what is acceptable where's your bar niner fan are you eight may are you ten and six are you they got to make the playoffs what you wear your bar for the forty Niners we're gonna get into that as well part time for traffic spots right ponderosa homes explore ponderous homes visit rose Avenue states here downtown Pleasanton sycamore valley trails in Pleasanton red hawk in Danville in the newly opened ponderosa Annalisa Geary ranch make your new home a ponderosa home that a ponderous homes dot com California D. R. E. number zero one two five seven five six seven when the children auto body traffic death delays into mill pizzas on southbound eighty eighty in injury crash just south of Dixon landing road blocks of three left hand lane and the traffic is a pretty much stop and go from south Fremont Boulevard if you can use southbound six eighty instead of heading out of every month and into Mill Pete is also south down to eight without the couple rex inner sleeve lane one just got cleared others another one reported in the left lane so it's pretty much stop and go from Hickey Boulevard there and also on the peninsula south and won a one remains congested from Woodside road down to university your westbound eighty dry still pretty slow from central to Powell and we're back up now to the foot of the maze the metering lights are still line at the toll plaza the westbound bay bridge and traffic is sponsored by fair what do you want to do in life can take money a lot of people are doing ride sharing to make money if you drive with.

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News in Brief 3 May 2019

UN News

03:09 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 3 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations attacks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Ebola hits North Kivu province. Forced more than one hundred thousand people to flee their homes in April. The refugee agency UNHCR said on Friday, speaking to journalists in Geneva, urinate. She our spokesperson baba Balak said that those displaced facing a desperate situation and access to them as being hampered by continuing violence involving multiple armed groups. It's estimated up to sixty thousand people fled in the past month. It's the result of fighting around commando near the town of Beni. That's an estimated fifty thousand people fled in neighboring Lou Gehrig territory, where the Congolese army was fighting, my militia the Benny area is the epicenter of the worst ever deadly Abullah virus outbreak in Diaz history, which is killed close to a thousand people since last August and infected nearly fifteen hundred here's more from baba Balak fighting continues in southern parts of not Keeble and toward the polish capital of Goma off. On displaced. People are the targets last week five mutilated bodies were found in a river in Masisi territory around sixty kilometers to the not west of Goma. The bodies included those of three children four of the dead were people who had been kidnapped from a nearby displacement site. The head of the UN human rights office or HR stressed on Friday that capital punishment for child offenders is absolutely prohibited. Under international law. The execution of two seventeen year old boys in Iran on charges of rape and robbery High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Bachelet said the two cases were particularly outrageous because it appears that both boys were reportedly subject to ill-treatment and a flawed legal process. The human rights office urged thirties in Iran, immediately, hold any further executions of child offenders reminding around that it's obliged to abide by the International Covenant on civil and political rights by the convention on the rights of the child Misbash. Colin authorities to immediately commutable such death sentences Mechta before and I mean said I got were fifteen years old when they were arrested and accused of rape and robbery two years ago. The boys had originally denied all charges but related convicted sentenced to death and executed on the twenty fifth of April. The will program WFP announced on Friday that it suspended distribution worldwide a fortified blended food from one of its suppliers the precautionary measure was taken while tests continue to establish whether eating the cereal could be linked to an illness outbreak in east Africa. The combination of Mazel wheats blended with soya beans and fortified with vitamins and minerals is used by WFP and partners to prevent malnutrition, especially among women and children, according to medical center and hospital records three people died in two hundred ninety three were admitted for treatment in the caramel J region of northeast Uganda in March and April after eating the super serial today. It's more than two thousand four hundred food related laboratory tests are being conducted. Including for Mike, O toxins, heavy metals pesticides microbe contaminants, but the root cause of the problem has not yet been established might wells UN news.

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"keeble" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"So the most educated and skilled members are more likely to leave Keeble team. I find evidence for adverse elections. So where people who earned less outside the kibbutz with more likely to enter a kibbutz, and I find some mixed evidence for free writing as well. So this idea that kibbutz members always worried about parasite if you want members who shirk and do not pull in their way, although the data in the day, I actually find a key boots members actually woke longer hours than non members outside of Keeble team. And on the other hand, this economic problems are not nearly as severe as naive economic logic would suggest so for example, caboose members will not less educated than the general Schenardi Jewish population. So despite. The fact that the high school that the even the equal sharing period with a high school dropout and a computer science engineer would earn the same. You don't find a lack of investment if you want Newman copy of boots members will not less educated than the general Ashkenazi Jewish population, implying that the financial returns are not as the main the only reason for requiring at Eucation and in the book, and I'm sure we'll talk about it malarial most sophisticated economic analysis that is not Justice naive. Logic helps us explain how Cuba team where we're able to deal with these problems. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think this goes back to something that you mentioned before you mentioned this this idea that the keep what's you or or even just design est movement in general, it was inhabited by a vision of creating kind of new, and I think that the story of the keep would seem one of the things that makes it so interesting and that maybe kind of unlocks part of what? It is that you're trying to to to do here in the book is that that the was movement is kind of an attempt at social engineering, it's not necessarily to create a revolution in society as a whole, but to create pockets of a socialist utopia where the ground rules for life, where perhaps different from the rest of the society, one of the things that you really delve into in the book that is so interesting, and in some ways, you kind of scratched the surface here or there, and I think it's a really important of issues is that this project of social engineering, and creating a kind of a new social reality is part of the answer to this question of the mystery of the keyboards that it's here that we can see that the people who were attracted to the keyboards were not necessarily those who just wanted to have an easy lazy life, but they wanted to do something to actually work hard. You mentioned that that people in the keep was maybe, you know, worked harder than those outside of the key boats. What is your? Take here on the keyboards as an attempt at social engineering, and what this has to tell us about about this broader set of issues that you are talking about as you say seem will very much an attempt to create a new social reality say may not have been able to successfully create a new Uman being, but they did design their society in a way that terrorist them survive and maintain equal sharing for a long period of time while dealing with incentive issues. In fact, many of the identifying features of Cuba team reflect if you want such such social engineering the communal, dining hall communal residences for children the communal ownership before property. The fact that the this was a non-cash economy for many years the lack of ability to save the relative small size of Hebrew team. And and so on and so in the book, I talk about a this imaginary conversation that the founders of kibbutzim could have with an economist. Imagine the foul. Does of before they decide to create a kibbutz? They would consult with an economist at the time and imagined the Dedic Ted the fishing to see how economics developed over the next century, and they would ask him. Well, we want to create a society that is equal full. Various reasons, we want to create a new union being we think it's the federal thing to do. We want to have an altruistic society. Whatever reason they won't we want to create an equal sharing society. What the hell do you recommend us to create our to structure our society, and the economists will pretty much tell them to establish would seem the way they ended up doing. So he would say, maybe I. Well, you know, I the phone while while sounding strange at first the equal sharing may have all these incentive programs. I wanna point out of there is a pulic comic benefits from creating equal sharing. And that's insurance so indicate boots when you have equal sharing. It's a fabulous safety net. You know that regardless of how you turn out and you'll feminine kids turn out. You will always be getting paid exactly the same regardless of how whether you'll profession become obsolete or whether you become disabled, it's a great safety net. But then and then he said, my first recommendation is why don't you truck members of

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"keeble" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Well, I think a lot of the sound really comes from the rises. We had two unique rice in the bond. I'm very prolific rises as well. And I think possibly especially Raj int his songs were. I think well, truly wonderful. I think they were brilliant songs. And he also was a brilliant Keeble plan say you got these great Keeble breaks. He would he would keep putting into songs also he was very accomplished musician even at an early age. He understood a lot about music, which certainly he was an differently to me. So a lot of cool progressions and the baseness be put on the bottom, of course, was quite unusual. And he also understood vocal homeys because he was in the cathedral choir until he was about seventeen or eighteen. And if we played a gig on a Sunday night, we'd have to go and pick him up at the back of the cathedra worried been singing in what? Whatever the thing that being at the cathedral, and he'd have to be taking his church clothes and getting into his rock and roll gear. And then we'd go off to the rock and roll gate. So I think HAMAs help to make things of it different as well. I think lots of things that contributed towards it. But this song writing and the vocal homeys, and maybe there's a little bit of the interplay between roads rising, and my voice. I mean, both of them Chris white androgen used to write songs for my voice. What were the qualities of your voice that you think they wrote for I think tend to sing sad songs better than happy? Go lucky songs so often sums would have sort of a haunting quality about. She's has probably a good example. I think would look for that. I'm songs in Mina keys would be another thing they would look for so lots of little things all added up to this Ownby sound. Yeah. A lot of this is saying and where do vulnerability than showing how strong? You were. Yeah. That's right. Well, that's me. Let's hear another one of his ambi- big hits. And this is tell her no tell us something about the about the song or the session. I think as I remember we'd been touring with deal, Mark, and you down Warwick and through that we'd go very interested in but Bak songs feeling that Rhodesian who is song was going through appear to being influence a lot by BAC. With regard to the session. We would record probably three or four maybe five backing tracks in an evening at Decca recording studios, and then we would put vocals on and it would probably be twelve o'clock one o'clock at night before I got into singing, and I always remember this session because I was fast asleep when they finished, and they weren't me out to sing teller. No. And in fact, there's a mumbled line in the middle of telling me because I was half asleep. And I was seeing it. I'm I said, listen guys. I better just do that again because there's this mumbled line. And they said that's fine that worry about that. And I've heard stories of people who in band who have been trying to copy of. Of talent. And they've been desperately trying to work out. What the lyric is. And I have to after fifteen thirty years or whatever it is. I have to tell them. Well, you shouldn't have voted because he's just a mumble. So there is no Larry that really is the mumble in the sewn. Leave it to us find out because I got remember of my head. Oh, come on. Really? I remember something like. You play the song. And then I'll have to think about it while you're playing, okay. Why don't we play? It you listen. And then you tell us which learn okay. America. And as she should come close. She tells you will charge. No, no, no. Down. She should as you're allowed. And as she chance you with the child. That's it. 'cause you hear it. Yes. It was sort of go ahead. It sorta sounds like love a love from your arms or something. But really is. I always heard as don't hurt me now from her arms. And if you could well, I don't know what that means. But it's all right. I I get the. get the. What it means rather sleep?.

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"keeble" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on From Scratch

"Well, I think a lot of the sound really comes from the rises. We had two unique rice in the bond. I'm very prolific rises as well. And I think possibly especially Raj int his songs were. I think well, truly wonderful. I think they were brilliant songs. And he also was a brilliant Keeble plan say you got these great Keeble breaks. He would he would keep putting into songs also he was very accomplished musician even at an early age. He understood a lot about music, which certainly he was an differently to me. So a lot of cool progressions and the baseness be put on the bottom, of course, was quite unusual. And he also understood vocal homeys because he was in the cathedral choir until he was about seventeen or eighteen. And if we played a gig on a Sunday night, we'd have to go and pick him up at the back of the cathedra worried been singing in what? Whatever the thing that being at the cathedral, and he'd have to be taking his church clothes and getting into his rock and roll gear. And then we'd go off to the rock and roll gate. So I think HAMAs help to make things of it different as well. I think lots of things that contributed towards it. But this song writing and the vocal homeys, and maybe there's a little bit of the interplay between roads rising, and my voice. I mean, both of them Chris white androgen used to write songs for my voice. What were the qualities of your voice that you think they wrote for I think tend to sing sad songs better than happy? Go lucky songs so often sums would have sort of a haunting quality about. She's has probably a good example. I think would look for that. I'm songs in Mina keys would be another thing they would look for so lots of little things all added up to this Ownby sound. Yeah. A lot of this is saying and where do vulnerability than showing how strong? You were. Yeah. That's right. Well, that's me. Let's hear another one of his ambi- big hits. And this is tell her no tell us something about the about the song or the session. I think as I remember we'd been touring with deal, Mark, and you down Warwick and through that we'd go very interested in but Bak songs feeling that Rhodesian who is song was going through appear to being influence a lot by BAC. With regard to the session. We would record probably three or four maybe five backing tracks in an evening at Decca recording studios, and then we would put vocals on and it would probably be twelve o'clock one o'clock at night before I got into singing, and I always remember this session because I was fast asleep when they finished, and they weren't me out to sing teller. No. And in fact, there's a mumbled line in the middle of telling me because I was half asleep. And I was seeing it. I'm I said, listen guys. I better just do that again because there's this mumbled line. And they said that's fine that worry about that. And I've heard stories of people who in band who have been trying to copy of. Of talent. And they've been desperately trying to work out. What the lyric is. And I have to after fifteen thirty years or whatever it is. I have to tell them. Well, you shouldn't have voted because he's just a mumble. So there is no Larry that really is the mumble in the sewn. Leave it to us find out because I got remember of my head. Oh, come on. Really? I remember something like. You play the song. And then I'll have to think about it while you're playing, okay. Why don't we play? It you listen. And then you tell us which learn okay. America. And as she should come close. She tells you will charge. No, no, no. Down. She should as you're allowed. And as she chance you with the child. That's it. 'cause you hear it. Yes. It was sort of go ahead. It sorta sounds like love a love from your arms or something. But really is. I always heard as don't hurt me now from her arms. And if you could well, I don't know what that means. But it's all right. I I get the. get the. What it means rather sleep?.

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"keeble" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"Us are tax deductible, though, your donations hell donations help us not just keep our lights on. But also help us to continue to reach the people who need us, and that isn't just black folks. That's also, you know, it it also helps us build our organization. We started in Atlanta in two thousand eleven where now up to fourteen affiliate groups across the United States. The most recent being started in Richmond Virginia area. So we are also held. We are also developing new leadership new organizers, and we also have been been instrumental in producing material for the authors of like atheist authors podcasters and we've been like a springboard for for other people who have wanted to get started in the community. So of support your support helps us with that. And interestingly our democrat urge geographically the place where we have the single most number of listeners is Virginia. So there are probably several people listening in Richmond. So check it out. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. And we also hope that we actually have two major events coming up. The first of this year is the women of color beyond belief, which is also being put on in conjunction with the black skeptics off Angeles, which is remind people Hutchinson and the women's leadership project. She also hell hold fat. She also she also heads of that organization. So it was a joint project, and it's being a, you know, I it's. It's a joint is a team effort of between myself, Bridget Crutchfield and Keeble Hutchinson. And so we are working to put this event together. And the second is our annual cruise convention, which is tidal being the console in the nineteenth. And so this is a brea we'll also be on that accrues to keep who has spoken. She spoke at our twenty seventeen events. Darrell Ray will be one of our features speakers on our third annual cruise convention this year, nurse and. Oh my gosh. It sounds like it's so much fun. It is fun. It is inspirational it is informative. It is. It is really really great. And what this does is also give more, you know, it it gives another view and another way of you know, of of doing events and also activism because when but people think of activism, what are we think of we think of, you know, protesting the lobbying and only on certain issues, but activism takes many forms. And so what we like to do is show the diversity and not just how we look. But also what we do and excited for women of color beyond belief because that will especially that will that will that will especially highlight the various forms of activism that is taking place within the community, and especially amongst women of color, which. Is often like as we said before in a demographic that is ignored especially when it comes to speakers when it comes to leaders in other Arab activists and not just a demographic ignored. But a demographic this double ignored. Yeah. A wreck and like you said double triple whammy, it's. Yes, you're not getting just on for one thing..

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"keeble" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To the session right here. Because the Asia Pacific so gains US equities on Wall Street. We do have futures at the moment. Suggesting marginally weaker, but Megyn stuff and Stokes across from Japan to Australia with a bit more strength in China and Hong Kong dollar declining treasury data to treasuries as well on the way, down to share your key measure of US inflation is she picked up as expected in November. Without further ado, time fool, the mooning cool Tatyana is he as a reporter for Bloomberg micro school. Thanks for well US stocks managed to keep some games for the day despite a fade in the afternoon with all major averages closing in the green here. The tech heavy NASDAQ rose nearly one percent extending gains for a third day and stocks rallied amid some optimism on trade after reports that China plans to ease access to its markets. Earlier President Trump suggested he can intervene indicates against the arrested Huawei executive as part of a deal with China and big boost in FX the power and surging as UK prime minister may survive vote of. Confidence. But the Keeble has been parents and gains here, and is trading around the one twenty six level the dollar fell while the Chinese Yuan continued to strengthen lie from the first word breaking news desk, I'm Tatyana. Daria fresh. Thank you very much. Indeed and Elsa Zing oil stepping back as we had a smaller than expected decline in US trade shows US crude stockpiles that's been raining fears of a global glut. Let's have a look at what's going on WTI not turning on.

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"keeble" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Should consider alternate routes or take the bus or commuter rail. The DOT said while the Democratic Women's caucus here in the ocean state is mulling a resolution to oppose Nick, Mattiello speaker. Let's get more. From eyewitness news is Kim colonial state, Senator Janine calc. Introducing a resolution. Tuesday night to oppose reappointing house speaker nNcholas Mattiello to his leadership role a move that sparked debate within the democratic party's women's caucus. Procedurally? The group of party activists and elected leaders alternately decided to table a vote on the resolution Tuesday, vice chair explaining it'll be posted online for members to voice their opinion ahead of the start of the session in January. Now, there are a lot of women who are unhappy with the way the speaker has conducted business at the state house. And so, you know, I I do agree with the general sentiment, but I have not had time to review in detail. What it says I haven't decided yet I'll read it over on. I really want to concentrate on policy the importance of policy and the importance of process and stay away from individuals. The overwhelming majority of the representatives solidly support me on Thursday night. Mattiello was informally selected to lead the house of representatives again during a closed door caucus. The official vote will be held on January. First Mattiello's handling of a sexual harassment complaint against former House Judiciary chair kale Keeble has caused some house members to question his leadership. It's always important to listen to everybody when you're in a leadership position. So that's certainly what we plan on doing. And we should say that former state Representative kale Keeble denies those allegations of sexual harassment. Now, I did reach out to spokespeople. For house speaker nNcholas Mattiello following this meeting. But so far I have not heard back and the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Rhode Island has dropped five cents in the past week AAA northeast reported yesterday that the decreases the largest one week drop this year. Aaa says it's weekly price survey found self serve regular averaging two dollars and seventy two cents per gallon, which is four cents higher than the national average in fourteen cents higher than the in-state pricey year ago. Aaa spokesman Lloyd Alpert says prices could plunge even lower especially if there's a surge in gasoline production after refiners fully restart units. Following the fall maintenance season. Triple A found self serve regular selling for as low as two fifty two per gallon to as high as two ninety nine. Nine. The campaign of Florida. Senator Bill Nelson is suing to extend the deadline for the election. Recount the Democrats lawyers claim election officials won't be able to meet a Thursday deadline to complete a recount in Nelson. Senate race against Republican governor Rick Scott, a state judge has already extended the deadline to November twentieth. Scott has a narrow lead over Nelson. Police are searching for suspects in a Fall River breaking theft. Let's get more. From eyewitness news is shinola pseudo small businesses. I mean, it's tough the damaged door club owner Joe Gouveia discovered over the holiday weekend the door was broken. And it was opened so admittedly, call the police Fall River police confirm officers responded to.

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"keeble" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Well, sexual harassment allegations in the assembly here, Rhode Island should be investigated. Let's get more. From eyewitness news is Tennessee last month. Target twelve revealed. A March Email from state rep Catherine kazarian, alleging she endured years of sexual harassment by then you dish Sheree committee chairman kale Keeble Keeble who denies the allegations lost his reelection race last week on Monday Representative Chris plaza juicy unveiled a Bill to address harassment in the legislature his plan. Hire an Equal Employment Opportunity officer to investigate complaints establish a special committee on professional conduct to recommend discipline and have the full house and Senate vote on punishments blessed juicy was not available to go on camera. But said in a statement, it is critical that the general assembly reform its policies and procedures relating to sexual harassment discriminatory harassment and related retaliation plaza. Do ski modeled his plan on recent changes made in Massachusetts after harassment scandal involving the husband of the bay state Senate president John Marion heads good government group. Common cause Rhode Island. It's good to see the a member of the house leadership. Take a step to putting in place a process to deal with claims of sexual harassment because we know it's a problem. It's going to take a little while to shape that into something that is hopefully really useful. But it's a good first step house speaker nNcholas Mattiello says he's working with Representative plaza to ski on a new policy to deal with sexual harassment. Meanwhile, Representative kazarian tells me she is also looking to address the issue saying, quote, all legislators deserve to represent their communities and engage in the political process free from harassment and retaliation. All right. Also, the special counsel witness says he expects to be charged in the molar probe. The former info wars Washington bureau chief who recently testified before the federal grand jury in special counsel, Robert Muller's probe into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen US presidential election told ABC news at after two months of closed-door talks with investigator the special counsel is now indicated he'll be charged within a matter of days. He says, I don't know what they're going to charge me with said Drome Coursey in an interview with ABC news on Monday says I think my only crime was that I supported Donald Trump, that's my crime. And now I'm going to go to prison for the rest of my life for Cooper cooperating with them. He later added. Well, once again AAA predicting this year, we'll have the highest volume of thanksgiving travel since two thousand five the Florida-based travel association said last week more than fifty four million Americans will travel at least fifty miles from home during the week of thanksgiving. Triple A estimates. That'll be two and a half million travelers more than last year. Just under a five percent increase that vast majority of thanksgiving travelers will hit the road to travel group estimates that forty eight and a half million travelers will.

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"keeble" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Upgrade

"The new Keeble folio has two angles with the Keeble and in front of you one is what they call desk mode and one is called laptop mode, but the desk mode is basically the replacement for standing straight up you to watch meteor on it. It's media position, you you would not there's no good or scenario where you're using that keyboard and the screen is in dust mode. I think it's just not either your hands are going to be too high or the screen is going to be too low. In fact, I think on the eleven even in the laptop mode. The angle isn't isn't steep enough. I'm I think it's much better on the thirteen than the eleven the two upright in my opinion on the eleven even in the non. Upright modes the ten five had this issue as well that the the ten five was always way steeper than the twelve nine. So that is something that has geometry. Yeah. I guess the amount of material that they have like let kind of thing, right? Yeah. No. I think it's the pure pure geometry of it in the size of the I will say also the keys are full-size on the thirteen in the even on the eleven it's not it's not quite full-sized there, some narrow narrow keys there. So it's much nicer typing experience among the reasons that if you are torn about the eleven in the thirteen thirteen has some typing advantages, I've really missed a media view. I used to use it a lot especially from watching videos, or whatever I miss it. I think it's a shame to lose it a no one could get a small cover. And but I'm. Yeah. The small. Yes. Small folio. That's what it's called. But it's affectively small Cup of back on it. But I'm I'm just not keen on swapping them around all the time. So I'll see how I go on that one. I haven't I haven't made my mind up if I get one to swap it. But that doesn't seem Cain to me. And I guess the last thing about wolf folio, you know, if you don't want to keep it in front of you kind of wrap around now, so the keyboards on the outside. So you kind of holding onto the keys I've had people say they don't like this is kind of like because buttons to just press. So there's a I think there's a hall affect sensor somewhere. Where basically when you uncouple the when the ipad, even though the smart connectors on the back when the ipad is sitting in one of those two little trays at the front for the two different angles. It's the it's the snapping of it into the into that trae vie a magnet that is turning on the keyboard. So when it's uncoupled. At all from those little trays, the keyboard, keys, don't work. So when you wrap it around, backward, you can put your fingers on those squishy little things. All you like, it doesn't do anything. Now if you feel weird distracting, and you don't like it. Then I get that for me. I think there's actually an endorsement of this keyboard, I never ever ever ever ever went anywhere with my old smart keyboard, unless the only thing I was doing was using it for typing something I would otherwise I would take another cover or I would leave it off because it was thick this other one thing we didn't say like, it's flat. Now, the old one had like the thin part. And then the super thick part where the keyboard lived. It was really kind of Janke. This new one is just one thing. It's flat. It's it feels much better. It's much lighter. The big problem with the twelve point nine always the surface area of the screen was so huge and had to cover it, which meant the whole. Keyboard thing was huge. There actually were Bengals on the keyboard on the sides of the keys to empty space because I had to cover the whole thing. So it's much smaller now, and it's much lighter. Now, all of these things make it a much better experience. So there's a lot there's a lot. Going for it. But I will say I will carry it around now. And that's a big win. Like, I carry it around. And I do as my smart cover, essentially with the keyboard? So that's huge because I never wanted to do that with the old one that said when I'm just reading especially like in the morning, I'm reading the newspaper in bed while I'm drinking tea..

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"keeble" Discussed on Connected

Connected

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Connected

"De performance and everything else. Like, it's a great architecture, and they're pushing hard on it right now. That's why I think we're seeing a MAC book air replacement and a MAC mini replacement this fall because I think they want to for lots of security reasons, I think as fast as possible they want to get all the MAC sold on t to land. And I don't see them shipping. This t- to architecture with support for spinning hard drives. So I'm I'm guessing that the all new match MS point forward, not only have the t two, but don't have spending hard drives. And if they're gonna go through that kind of update for the MAC, please change the retina screen exchange. We've written a screen like like if they if they dropped spending hard-drive and still so non now, I will cry. Darren Darren like is this the same in the night. They shouldn't be max with number in the screens now. Right. And I think Finally I mean, look the first retina product was the iphone four in two thousand ten the first retina MAC was twenty twelve it's been a while. We shouldn't have any more non retina devices from apple anymore. I want ipad track pad support. All right. So it's a couple of things one just being able to score through web pages. It'd be nice to be able to select text would be nice in the way that you kind of come with the software Keeble stuff. But let's imagine that there's going to be external one that support. I would like my ipad, maybe be over there, and that could use and could do everything also I have to think kinda most seriously about the economic impact of these devices so have been putting my ipad on stand. I'm using my pencil roll bunch of stuff. But I would also really like to have a track pad that too. I mean in the beginning, I guess at least to just allow me to do some basic stuff. But ultimately when we start to see this would cross pollination of ipad, MAC apps that it might work really great to have a track pad with an ipad. So that's what I would like very much very much. In fact, the rest of the world is doing this. Right. You look at Google. You look at the we just saw like what is it the pixel? Pixel slate has a Trump super buggy, but Soifer different time, but the surfaces. I mean, you walk into a best buy anything, you can buy running windows. Ten. It's decent is going to have a touchscreen. But it's going to retain the track pad and. We're going to take touchscreen. Max off the table for a second. The ipad is coming this coming from the other side, where it now feels a little out of place that you have to reach out and touch screen for everything, you know, users of these other devices, I see them I got friends who used them, and they move very fluidly from the screen to the track pad to the keyboard. And there's real benefit there to a user for me is the same as you. It's economics of it. And also sort of just the speed of it like if I keep my hands horizontal, I can work sort of more smoothly, and it makes a ton of sense here. And we joke and say, oh, well, you know, what's a MAC with an ipad. But the the rest of the world doesn't move into us being the same thing. They are probably sorry Marco. But the rest of the world, doesn't it? I am. The rest of the world doesn't care about these distinctions, and it seems old fashioned that apple continues to really simple way to think of every multi touch gesture that you do in your I Pat moves to attract pet that's just a basic way to do it. And what from the absolutely also I feel like it would dramatically improve one of the ipads. Biggest like slowdowns when you're trying to get a lot of stuff done mixes tech, selection and text movement occurs and everything having a track pad with a cursor that could say bam click right there that would be so much faster. Like, I know you can use your finger, but you have to wait for the insertion point to come up and there's just slower unless precise..

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"keeble" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Right. So I guess it's like it's good. I'm just again new to all of this. So I'm just like what like nobody's showed a video that was like, right, here's good. No one I was just and that's what I was saying. I was like looking for a video that was like show me just one area. That's okay because I know there are some kind of, okay, not just completely underwater, but maybe there isn't like, I don't know and look the the reporters that they were showing on the news. Like a lot of people drove by pictures of them, they'd waiters on. They were jumping into the defense of floods where you're just like, yeah, fucker. Of course you're up to your water. And I mean a up to your. Waste in water because you jumped in the cameraman still fine. I above you, say new Bern that shit got real because it was just a flood overnight where people had to like go to their upstairs. You know. Oh, you upstairs of their house like it just happened so fast. So like that shit's real and it's, it's crazy, but it again, it's crazy to hear your the name of your city all over today. Show on the Emmys. Like help for your city. You're just kinda like Huck. I don't even know. Like, I don't know. It's like that scene in Jerry Maguire. Do you remember. Kupa. I know you know it, James, it's like comparing hurricane Jerry Maguire I'm comparing like being famous for that reason. So like everyone Keeble Gooding's like down like he hurt, he's. He like got knocked out and they're like, come on buddy, come on. They're like clapping their finger, whatever. And he finally comes to sure. And he's like, wait a minute. They're cheering for me. He's like, give me a second. And then he gets up and start cheering and he's running around the field. It goes up like not. Usually he's just like loving the cheering, but it was just because he got up. Exactly. Yeah. But we'll see we'll be back tomorrow, but in the meantime, man, you're living your best life appear anyway. Hate to again, I hate to say that, but it's like, I'm, it's amazing. We're actually doing this live outside on the deck, which there's two decks on this place. We have a double decker. Yeah. Double decker house on the side of a mountain. At one point I was like, did I go to the worst place when it was like windy and they were like the hurricanes coming. Did I was I little selfish about how amazing I'm in the trees on the side of a mountain in the trees. These places appears. I mean, you're fucking God's country up here and you can..

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"keeble" Discussed on Cortex

Cortex

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Cortex

"I think I think you on now kind of come full circle really in in the you have ipads and you use them, but for specific purposes, and then we both shifted to use them for all the time. Everything. Right. And then you have kind of gone back again. Yep. So do you plan to buy your products this year? Do you think the one? Do you want any new max like or the idea of any new MAC site? You and all these new potential ipads with face ID and they're going to have big screens, all small physical bodies and incredible new technology de river. These poor like terriers excite you now, I think I'm going to be passing on new ipads for the first time in a long time just be just because my uses so so relatively limited interest. I don't. I don't feel that this is a purchase that make sense right now. So I think I think I'm going to be passing on it, which is which is a shock like it's the first time in a while I was, I was really hoping out for what I think of as I had micro, which would have been the big phone with the apple pencil support, but. That has been sadly, sadly, pretty much confirmed is not going to happen. I would have loved that. And I would have used that as like a little ipad. My grope, but no, as far as big ipads go, I don't think I'm going to. I don't think I'm going to be doing that. We'll see. Yeah, I, I like I never made promises for my future self, but when I think of purchases is not is not like the phone, which is a guaranteed like when the new phone comes out for sure, that's that's what I'll be getting. So she wants to know what is one piece of technology that you've acquired in two thousand eighteen major life easier. So for me, I've been trying to improve my walking posture in different ways because I feel like I'm getting some agronomic impact from our way the I've been using my devices, especially my Iowa's devices of my iphone and my ipad. I think I'm spending too much time with my head looking down and I've been trying to find some ways to combat that and to. Attracts of entered my life recently which have been helpful. I think one is an ipad stand called the tab of stand, which is stand from this company thing could colebrook Bossons saunas that very much a we will supply your new office of a bunch of equipment company, right? Right. But they do sell some products individually to consumers and this standard really nice. It's a justifiable to order types of tablet. Size is a good way to base and I can bring my ipad up to a pretty high height to kind of like the I level height. I would want. I feel really happy with this. Yeah, and I use it with a magic keyboard a my apple pencil. So if I'm any desk with my ipad, I can use it and it's really great, and I've been really happy with it. I makes me feel comfortable to use the devices have been happy with that and company called bridge. They make a Keeble product for the ipad pro to turn into kind of like a laptop and they just had a new version came out and they sent me..

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"keeble" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Three Ninety-three there is a part of me. The believes this is sort of because I mean you don't want to have to explain this to kids if your kids are watching TV and it's a, would you call it risque yeah, that's a good word. It's it's risque. Yeah. Here's Jack in the boxes, latest teriyaki bowls. Burger places serve the same old stuff. I'm the only one with the polls to serve something different. I mean, just look at material Keeble choose from steak or chicken teriyaki sauce. Plus your choice of white or Brown rice about these bowls chant. Got some pretty nice bowls, Dan, Jack nice full. Everyone can get their hands on bowls. Jack, the lawyers aren't comfortable with the new marketing campaign. People love my bowl ring. There. You can't say. I can't say people love my bowls. What about tribal? Check out my bowls? Absolutely. Not. And then he goes, well, what about my billboard? And there's a huge bull billboard just outside their window that says, enjoy my bowls. Okay. The creative broadcast part of me really thinks that's funny and effective and good. And here we are talking about it. It's exactly what you want in your advertising campaign the father. In me, the religious site of me says maybe, okay. We don't need that. The boards too far. Yes. The pollyanna, the Polly purebred sight of me. It's just a tiny part that says, no, that's all right. I don't know. You tell me triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. What did you think of that? Because your kids could see that problem with that if they're in the room. Yes. Yeah. If they're not the. No. I think it's funny because I like to laugh, but I don't laugh at things that the same things that they're going to laugh at. I don't want them. I don't want them exposed to that to that kind of humor. Right. You know, so so we, I guess we should be against it. Kids watching at home, guess you saw it now we'll talk later. I don't know, man, I just I don't know tarred it's not. It's not. It's not ideal. It's not an ideal to come. I'll tell you this. Hold on here. We go. Yes, I might be the only person left in America that watches every NFL game. Okay, but we'll have the falcons game on and it will cut the commercial. I would rather that commercial air one hundred times out of a hundred. Then some of these horror flicks or some of these trio for movies or some of these sexual charge trailers. You give me the try bowls commercial one hundred times out of one hundred before I get to see any of those with my kids around. But it's not an either either or. Right? They could come up with a different campaign that would still be preferable to everything. You just mentioned, correct? Correct. But I'm saying the choice. This is down the list of things that I'm going to be. It is comfortable with. Yeah. But I do want to try. To try the jets bulls now. Yeah, because they mentor sit. It looked like good teriyaki sauce on stake. I'd like that. They looked yummy, delicious bowl of food? Yes. So the other aspect is the metoo movement is all pissed off about it. How dare you muck, you're showing unbelievable tone deafness? Well, no, the fact that they bring in the lawyer at the end which is really good funny segment as well, that shows they're fully aware of everything going on today and that they're just mocking it a little bit. Oh, no, but we're, I think we are to the point where you can't mock anything right? We we have to take everything completely seriously. We can't joke about anything. We can't cope and deal with these things in a humorous way anymore. It's just not allowed in polite society. So is that a good thing? And then when you talk about that aspect coming to bear, I'm like, oh, oh, air that every commercial break. Yeah. I mean, I know. I know it's so ridiculous. And you just want kind of in your face to again, that's out. Trump got elected. We're so sick of it. We're just, here's a guy who's gonna give it back to him and he does, and he does..

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Tim Allen Breaks His Silence on Roseanne Barr's Firing: 'She's Just Not That Person'

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

09:30 min | 3 years ago

Tim Allen Breaks His Silence on Roseanne Barr's Firing: 'She's Just Not That Person'

"That if the deal goes through where disney buys fox that the simpsons could be displaced because disney wouldn't want somebody else's animation on their on their network that can't be right can it it's not actually as it turns out we're in the middle of the television critics association tour we're all the networks present you schedules shoes two television critics Kayla Cobb is out there right now she's actually jump into the day but yesterday was the day and of. Course they're right up front right at the beginning about the whole merger and said basically not much is going. To, change at least that's the plan right now in terms. Of Disney taking over FOX, referring to it as a quote unquote FOX which is not an official name. But that's what they're going with the moment and. They said that programs like. The Simpsons will most likely continue on FOX because. It's such. A part of a brand they don't wanna change, too much if I was. To speculate beyond what they said the big thing that most likely will happen is you have this forthcoming Disney video on demand service and you'll probably see things like the Simpsons that ever really, huge back? Catalogue of episodes at going over to that so you'll be able to watch the old episodes. There instead of potentially things like app asks, plaster affects now But in terms of watching it off the channel I think. You'll be fine you won't have. To change too much good very good news looking. Very forward to Monday better call Saul the season premiere I have to say I love breaking bad and when Bob Odenkirk and saw showed up on that show I'm like this so so serious he's just this foil. And I don't know if it fits and now I ended up liking better call Saul better than breaking bad I, have, to agree with you completely I cannot. Believe it but it the show is wonderful it's phenomenal it's a beautiful show it's a slow show but the way. That I I was talking to somebody about it the other day around the office is it's purposeful, there's a lot of shows. That have Dallas the age of peak TV have, just very long targeted looks. But they don't really feel like anything they, feel like they're supposed to be saying something everything, is better call solve needs. Something and without spoiling, anything I've actually seen, the first couple of episodes of the next season and it's. As good as. Ever if not. Better breaking bad fans, are gonna freak out about the things that happened throughout the course the episodes again no spoilers and in particular It isn't exactly but she has been. Sleeping, on. Race seahorn plays Female opposite, Amish show but if this season does not, win her an EMMY just based. On the episodes I've seen alone there is no. Justice with oil she started out slow in my book to boys, she has a very deadpan delivery and I'm not really a fan and then she totally grew. On, me to wear just blossomed in just such, a fantastic character yeah there were a if you watch the show there. Was some big events. That happened to the end of last season a major, character died she her character ended up in this awful car accident and if, they don't let go of that in the first couple of episodes they deal with it and delve, into it and the emotional weight of all that at in particular a lot of. It is. On her on her character? And it's beautiful heartbreaking work it's wonderful where did she come. From I don't know? That I'd ever, seen her in anything else anything before. The show I'm usually pretty. Good at noticing actors and actresses like that but I, never saw her before she came out of nowhere and she's really good she, was comedian she sort of bounced around for a while she was with me the wooden coming show, a couple of years she was on a show called I'm with her head cases. And other. Things but like you said? This was something where she popped onto better call Saul and. Suddenly completely blossomed wonderful Myself in aluminum foil and one of those blankets and watch the upcoming By, far the best for fans of twenty, four it may be coming, back but it may be coming back twice explain This is from the FOX TV a day it seems like they're not. Totally clear on what they, wanna do other than, the fact that. They love twenty four and wanna keep making it forever whether it involves keep yourself they're not right now there's two ideas one of them is. A twenty four prequel that would focus on Jack Bauer at what brought him up cheerio at the beginning of twenty four and then the other one which I think is actually. More interesting and much weirder is a legal drama in the style, of twenty, four and in the world of twenty, four so where you've had Jack Bauer and then in twenty four legacy, Corey Hawkins character kind of jumping. Around the world inciting people this way to follow the legal reprecussions of all those things or at least that's the idea and that's almost weird enough to work with the gimmicks still be there that each episode each one hour episode is? One hour of twenty four, hour day or are they scrapping that. Idea I don't know but my guess is they would keep it just because I remember them talking about twenty. Four legacy when that came, out and they felt like that was such a part of the DNA of the series that they really can't lose that conceit right so I think. That will remain integral going forward I always thought to make that, gimmick realistic, let's say you sleep six or seven, hours out of the day six or seven episodes should just be your, main character sleeping when that's he. Funny one hundred percent I mean you can watch big brother I love that show and I'm not caught up so what will happen to Julie Chen if something happens to les Moonves says By the way. Someone has, texted us and said Bill. And the decider which is of course Alexander who. Works for decider dot com it said? That Colbert definitely did name moon van I The. Name that's more interesting if he, says, wow. Fascinating Tim Allen has been on the news in the news, lately Yesterday he was? Kind of defending Roseanne Barr talking, about, it. Did you get a chance to hear any of his quotes I did we. Wrote it up for the site a little bit you know Keeps being upfront again this is stuff from TC a. They're talking about last man standing which is bumping from ABC over to FOX they talked. A, little bit about how the show will change, or now that's on, FOX basically they're not gonna come right out and say he's a Trump supporter. But he's definitely going to be conservative as he was. Previously on the show they also talked, about how they're pickup of last man standing was specifically because. Of the success whereas which. Led, it to his conversation where he talked about I know Roseanne. My daughter. Well she. Sets weird things about her being the most diverse person. He does Doesn't really. Make sense And and he also, said some pretty frankly without getting around without it where things for older comedians about who's, making, up, these doubt, comedy. Benthic PC culture etc so it, wasn't anything too shocking particularly if you're installing to knowledge clear in the. Past couple of years but he also do outright, come out and say I support what Roseanne said about Valerie Jarrett. Or anything like that thank God for FOX footy didn't sticking with the fact that his show got cancelled because he is a. Fan of Donald Trump's. He's sticking by that that's so nice Oh yeah It was worth a rating stellar for. That show that's what. Confuses, me The ratings were very good. It was, I believe in number two comedy on TV at. The, time but, frankly in terms, of broadcast, TV ratings are. Not great overall you know you. Have Keeble, you're streaming you're of everything differentiating where people, are watching TV so frankly even if you had a really. Popular comedy that doesn't mean that it was right for ABC going forward and. ABC is changing a lot of its programming going into the, new season they're changing both. The drama and the comedy side FOX's. Well pivoting away from one camera comedy is. Back to, three camera comedies so there's a lot of changes going on and honestly I, would point more towards overall network things rather than anybody's particular political leanings tell Tim Allen that. We already know that We're, done with you on that people like you I I, mean it was, funny but it's kind of the same delivery of what he's. Doing. Sure last man, standing I've watched a couple. Episodes it's. Okay I just don't understand the. Big I'm baffled by, it but it has been very, popular but, I'm I'm confused by. Myself. Alex great to talk to. You and, again if you had to pick something big to watch this, week it's probably better call Saul right over on. AMC, yeah. Absolutely if you're not caught, up go into the, season it's all on Netflix right. Now leading fourth, season which premieres on. Monday it's. Fantastic you won't regret. It. Good and preachers getting very weird and. Dark so, weird, dark, Betty Buckley jump on. Board I'm. Sorry I love that. Show Basically turn. Your. TV on AMC and never. Turn it, off that's the way it'd be it all right well thanks, Alex appreciate it have a great weekend it's Alexander's. From, decider. Dot com.

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"keeble" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Keeble proud of built baby the koenig school scale key for cherry just push live one meal incredible but it don't mean thanks every king this chris is you see the pain come on.

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"keeble" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"keeble" Discussed on The Vergecast

"It's kind of it's kind of big news i guess restarting and on a down but a bunch of old products are going away so apple today confirm the ipod nanno in ipod shuffle are gone which is indifferent era the ipod touch remains it starts at three twenty nine i don't think the touches been updated million years are people out there so balladur super hasn't or they just updated it would do storage theor the switchover chamber hard and it's interesting because that spotify shuffle clone just came out right the mighty yes i 85 bargains is facing ipod shovel around spotify suit j crew like a great like time um of of the click the history of the nanno in as working with him on it today and i realized that the the iphone didn't just kill the black period keeble keyboard killed the ipod alec we'll yet like the right when iphone took off click wheels debt in like a realize like all the nano's after the click will as i've known as stalls of for like the site well i never had that like physical experience with his and yet adenaur adenaur it said last nanno ran at weird i o s clone with like circle like highways yeah i mean literally looked like they they hired a chinese contract manufacturer to make an iphone cloned it ran it looked like a knock off i mean i am i am super not sorry to see the nanocchio i am still bummed about the ipod classic uh i will say that i am pretty bombed about the shuffle.

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