35 Burst results for "Libby"

Karol Markowicz on the Success of Governor Ron DeSantis

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Karol Markowicz on the Success of Governor Ron DeSantis

"With us right now, Carol markowitz, welcome back to the program. Hi, thanks so much for having me. So you moved to Florida because Iran desantis largely, right? Largely because Iran desantis leadership, yeah. So I want to talk about desantis. I was kind of talking about this with Libby from the post millennial. How much of desantis success do you think is the policies versus his ability to present them? I think it's both. I think it's the fact that he comes up with really innovative policies and stands behind them in a way that I don't think we see very often from Republican politicians. He doesn't fold at the first sign of criticism or when he gets any pushback. And so I think that we're just not used to seeing that, especially from a governor. I think that we saw some of that with Trump, but what desantis is doing is very different because just governing in that way is a different animal than just talking like

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Libby Emmons: Gerrymander Pushes Some NY Primaries to Late August

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:52 sec | Last month

Libby Emmons: Gerrymander Pushes Some NY Primaries to Late August

Libby Emmons on AOC’s Treacherous Lie About the Texas Abortion Law

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | Last month

Libby Emmons on AOC’s Treacherous Lie About the Texas Abortion Law

"I am so honored to have one of my favorite people in all of media. So as we play these clips for you from CNN and they're just horrible and they're calling for censoring. My friend, Libby Evans, editor in chief of the post millennial, is here with us. And she doesn't want to censor anybody. Right? You're not trying to censor anybody at the post millennial. I'm absolutely not trying to censor anyone at all. I'm thoroughly opposed to censorship. Good for you. I kind of put you on the spot there. I was hoping you were going to say that. I thought I had a good lead on that. All right, so there is so much that I want to cover with you. And hopefully, lord willing, we're going to get to most of it. We've got an AOC lying blatantly about Texas abortion laws. We've got Jim Jordan calling for accountability. We've got The New York Times attacking Tucker Carlson in a massive piece that he just had this great reaction to and I'm going to have the team pull up Tucker's smile when we get to that story. Listen, the floor is yours. We've got a plethora of stories. The menu is before you. What do you want to cover first? Why don't we start with AOC? Let's do it. So AOC put out this tweet saying that Texas had passed an anti abortion law that makes it possible for rapists to sue the women they rape if they impregnate those women and the women go on to have abortions. What a horrifying horrifying scenario for anyone who is involved in something like that. Well, you know, except I have no sympathy for the rapist, but I have all the sympathy in the world for a woman, obviously, who is raped and her potential offspring from that kind of violation. But the problem with what AOC said was that it was a complete and total fabrication. The pro life law in Texas does not say anything of the sort. The law was rather carefully constructed and you can see that if you take a look at it, it says that anyone who is either facilitating abortions or providing abortions can be sued by another citizen in the state for up to, I think, something like $10,000. And it specifically says that a woman who is seeking an abortion will not be penalized, will not be subject to a lawsuit, and will not be

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Secretary Mayorkas: Nina Jankowicz Is 'Absolutely' Politically Neutral

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last month

Secretary Mayorkas: Nina Jankowicz Is 'Absolutely' Politically Neutral

"So I want to get into a really critical story that blew up over the past week. You guys all know about it. The ministry of truth, now DHS secretary mayorkas, that's the Department of Homeland Security, asserts that the disinformation board chaired by Nina jankovic, who's a straight out of central casting for the progressive left, is going to be completely and absolutely neutral. From the story, Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas said there is no question. He could have more effectively communicated the purpose of his newly created disinformation board. So he's giving a Mayo culpa there after credits framed it as a crackdown on free speech. Mayorkas explained Sunday that the board specifically addresses disinformation that presents a security threat to the homeland. No interesting couch couching of language again, this is the game they play. Look at the language. So it presents a security threat to the homeland. So then he says disinformation from Russia from China from the cartels, he said. So he also claims that Nina Jacobs will absolutely be neutral and is renowned expert in the field of disinformation.

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Raptors edge Celts...Jokic triple...UConn, Louisville win

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Raptors edge Celts...Jokic triple...UConn, Louisville win

"AP sports I'm John Libby I see a writer scored a game high thirty points as Oklahoma City needed overtime to beat host Portland one thirty four one thirty one that McLemore little trailblazer scores with twenty eight thunder guard should kill just Alexander will sort of the rest of the season following an ankle injury guilders Alexander's missed three of the last four games with right ankle soreness hilly village had twenty two points and Louisville held off Michigan sixty two fifty return the women's final four for the fourth time in program history the top seeded cardinals advance to face North Carolina next weekend in Minneapolis over tools was returned to St Louis the three time MVP joining the cardinals on Monday four reported one year deal Ottawa senators announcing Monday or Eugene Melnyk passed away following a short illness Milik who bought the team in two thousand three when I was on the brink of bankruptcy was sixty two I join the debate AP sports

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The Death of Journalism: A Conversation with John Soloman

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:19 min | 3 months ago

The Death of Journalism: A Conversation with John Soloman

"John looking back on this? And now with just the news and before we end it, I'm going to let you, I want to talk about that. I'm a fascinated by what you're doing there. But in your time in those organizations and you were working through the complicity over the last 5 to 6 years, it's often downplayed why because they're their own mediator. They're the ones that talk about it except for you and I do it here. Could they have ever could the media could the clintons Obama Biden any of these ever pulled any of this off without a complicit media? No, and that's the check and balance that was blown up. I mean, you really have two check and balances. Suddenly intelligence and enforcement start practicing politics instead of what they were trained to do. And then the media sanctioning and in some cases censoring the truth. So they had their own version of the truth and whatever that truth was. They were going to impose social media news medium. I saw the moment of change. I go back and I remember in the summer of 2007, I'm sitting in The Washington Post newsroom. I had been in The Associated Press, my whole life before that, and politics just don't enter the conversations in the newsroom. You keep your politics outside, or you got fired at the AP back in those days. I'm not sure whether that's the case today. But scooter Libby, Dick Cheney's pharma chief of staff. Was convicted in the summer of 2007 crimes were kind of really to unmasking a CI agents identity. When the verdict got announced, I watched large numbers of the reporters in The Washington Post museum stand up and applaud the verdict. They were sharing for student Libby to be convicted. I was floored. I had never seen such a political expression made in what I thought were the sacred grounds of a newsroom. I remember walking into the editor and said, you can't let this happen and to his credit he came out and scolded everybody. But that was the period that period where Barack Obama was starting to come to power and the Democrats were really making inroads in the media. That was the point that the switch flip, then social media gave everybody their opinion voice and they started expressing opinion on Twitter. And before long the media became complicitous in picking one winner, the Democratic Party and imposing one loser, the Republican conservative movement, and truth became whatever the news media wanted.

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The Post Millenial's Libby Emmons on NYC's Suppressive COVID Rules

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

The Post Millenial's Libby Emmons on NYC's Suppressive COVID Rules

"Libby emmons. Without further ado, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Andrew. Glad to be here. Yeah. Thank you so much. Okay, so you are a manhattanite. You are a lover of the Big Apple. Unbelievably, you're still there. Given everything that's happened, you have a son. I think it personal, but everything that's been happening in the news with mask mandates with the schools, hotel, Eric Adams, I want the update. What's going on right now with masking COVID restrictions, vaccines in New York City? Okay. Yeah, I'm in Brooklyn. I used to live in Manhattan, but I have made the jump across the river. So many other people. So what's going on? We have a new mayor who has decided to up ahold the vaccine requirements that the old mayor put in place. So there's still these rules where you can't go to restaurants or movie theaters or Broadway theaters or so many other places without showing your vaccine card. New York is a cultural place. It's a cultural capital. So these vaccine mandates essentially lock people out of the cultural life of the city, which is especially damaging, I think, for kids and kids are locked out as well. Anyone over the age of 5 is required to have this vaccine this vaccine passport, you know, you have to show your thing. There are even some bars that I know of. One of my favorites where I will never be going again, that is now requiring you to have the act. There's this excelsior app that governor Cuomo created back when he was the governor before he was run out of office. And you have to show your medical status via an

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RINOs, Lobbyists Participating in Liz Cheney's Virginia Fundraiser

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 5 months ago

RINOs, Lobbyists Participating in Liz Cheney's Virginia Fundraiser

"So she's having a fundraiser And virtually every rhino you could possibly think of and lobbyist Is participating Those on the invitation is co hosts writes Paul bedard Malto who's who of influential national Republican since the Nixon era Bold statement of establishment and support for Cheney who show an attacks from former president Donald Trump for supporting his second impeachment and working with the January 6th commission Among those co hosting the event are former Virginia representative Barbara comstock I remember when Barbara was a conservative Now she's a lobbyist She makes a lot of money Columnist Mona chairman is a moron Has been now for quite some time Former Bush Homeland Security secretary Michael chernoff Now this one's unbelievable Former Cheney aged scooter Libby do you know who gave scooter Libby a full pardon mister Medusa Donald Trump George W. Bush wouldn't even do that for scooter Libby This was Dick Cheney's right hand man Unbelievable And top lobbyist in GOP consultant who's been a hanger on forever Charlie black Suggested contributions are a $1000 ahead Of course couples can pay $5800 for a photo reception and the VIP reception donation is only $10,800 per couple

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The Post Millennial's Libby Emmons on Experiencing Her First AmericaFest

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

The Post Millennial's Libby Emmons on Experiencing Her First AmericaFest

Libby Emmons on the Weakened Arguments of Feminism

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 6 months ago

Libby Emmons on the Weakened Arguments of Feminism

"You're really nice. Most feminists are not, and they're really angry. And I'm offending you. I don't mean to. They're just super awful to me. And they, for whatever reason, seemed to be really focused on female identity, and yet okay with men. Wanting to become? It's so weird. It makes absolutely no sense. Why don't they get angry about that? I don't know. The only thing that I can figure out and I wrote about this this morning or I published an article about this morning, the only thing that I can figure out is that. Excuse the impending hate mail is that women perhaps are as compliant as gender stereotypes may suggest. And so when a man comes over and says, actually, I'm a woman, women are like, oh, okay. I don't want to offend you. I'll just I'll just go along with that. It's almost as though this concept that feminists created where gender is something separate from biological sex has completely destroyed the entire feminist movement because if gender is something different, what is it? Well, it is this thing where we are going to demure in the face of controversy, we're going to accept men's definition of what women are. It's like a completely backwards, it's like feminism took everything that it said it was standing for and did the exact reverse of it. So I think that kind of that's what's going on. Turns out women are really easy to push around, especially if you're a big man in a dress with crazy eyes, right? What are you going to do with the face

Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting open open California's California's mayor mayor seeks seeks to to reverse reverse police police cuts cuts amid amid a a crime crime spike spike Oakland Oakland California California mayor mayor Libby Libby Schaaf Schaaf said said Monday Monday she'll she'll push push to to reverse reverse planned planned cuts cuts to to the the city's city's police police department department as as homicides homicides and and other other violent violent spike spike in in the the city city shops shops announcement announcement came came after after a a weekend weekend that that saw saw three three people people killed killed raising raising to to one one hundred hundred twenty twenty seven seven the the number number of of homicides homicides in in Oakland Oakland so so far far this this year year in in the the wake wake of of the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis the the progress progress of of Oakland Oakland city city council council voted voted in in June June to to cut cut eighteen eighteen million million dollars dollars from from the the police police department department and and shift shift money money to to programs programs designed designed to to prevent prevent street street crime crime and and address address homelessness homelessness other other liberal liberal cities cities that that joined joined to to the the dhi dhi fond fond of of the the police police movement movement are are also also having having second second thoughts thoughts earlier earlier this this month month the the city city council council in in Portland Portland Oregon Oregon unanimously unanimously passed passed a a fall fall budget budget that that included included increasing increasing the the police police budget budget by by five five point point two two million million dollars dollars hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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"libby" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna

Heart to Heart with Anna

05:26 min | 9 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna

"I was just in a position like I am every single other day of absolutely powerlessness. It's a lifelong problem that Daniel Scott and this was my commitment to him. I would care for him and love him and do all that I could for him to give him whatever life he's been blessed. What lessons can we learn from our adult heart warriors? Why might a heart bomb write a book about her life experiences feeling with Kaggle to heart defects or CHD? How does a heart mom use her personal experiences to fight for others in the hospital? Welcome to heart to heart with Anna. I am Anna jaworski. Like today's guest, I am also a heart palm. My son, Alexander was born with a single ventricle heart. In 1994. And here's the reason I have the host of your program. Today's show is Libby Andrew, Australian heart buff and author..

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"libby" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

"A way to reverse. This would spell really asked libby how you must find the fairy door in broadleaf forest and ask the help of the fairy that lives there explain the mermaid but there are millions of trees in broadly forest said libby however will be fined one fairy door amongst them he said the mermaid passing an object to phoebe outstretched hand. It was a tiny flute. Made from a slender seashell blow on this flute. And the creatures of the forest will show you the way now. Though quickly the longer the prince remains onto the warlock spell the harder it will be to undo the magic. There was clearly no time to waste so the sisters got to their feet and said farewell to their mermaid friend. Broadly forest was on the edge of the city and so it didn't take them long to reach the first trees. We can't go inside. Libby said phoebe. She grasped her sister's arm there a strange creatures towel dangers where sure to be eaten by something with big teeth and claws. But if we don't try the principal remain a koala forever said libby. Try the flute phoebe. Let's see what happens. And so phoebe did just that playing a few simple notes that karen into the trees instantly. Two birds landed on a nearby branch and pointed a wing along a narrow path. It must be the way then said libby come on and so. The girls made their way through the forest guided by birds and squirrels and deer. Even a bear helped them at one point. Eventually it was a fox that took them up to the base of an ancient oak tree that contain the ferry door olot. Do we do now ask phoebe. I suppose we not said libby. She bent ford and tapped lightly three times upon it for a moment. Nothing happened it appeared. Nobody was home but then the door creaked. And a tiny ma'am with a flower for a hat appeared murillo pew. He said yawning. I hope so said libby. A dreadful thing is happened. At the palace the wicked warlock vanc- mirror his ruined. The princess lucretia wedding by turning her prints into a koala bear. Oh my said the ferry. That'll never do. Oh dear me. The ferry gave his body shake and too delicate wings appeared upon his back. He stretched them out and gave them a flutter. That's been a wall since i use these. He explained before launching himself into the air. He flew around and around the girls. Faster and faster leaving a trail of sparkles in the air as he went. Then with a pop. The girls realized they were standing in the princesses chamber the princess. The king and queen several guests and a handful of servants all surrounded the bed where prince thomas sat in the shape of a koala. They were almost surprised to see the sudden arrival of the to flatter girls from the wedding and even more surprised to see an actual ferry hollering beside them. The ferry made haste to the prince's side and studied his furry form or maybe just in time he said the spell is dark magic indeed. But it's no match for mine. He began to fly around and around the koala and slowly but surely the koala began to change as it tumbled backwards into the pile of cushions stacked upon the bed. Thought should do it said the ferry. Everyone waited patiently. As the cushions mood and the opera body the prince appeared goodness. May he said what. Am i doing here to be wearing any clues much. To his surprise everybody began laughing and cheering. Such was the delight in the room that he found himself joining into. And so the very next day libby and phoebe once again acted as flower girls at the wedding of princess lucretia and prince thomas and this time there was no trouble at all from grumpy warlocks. The fairy made sure of that the and..

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"libby" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"libby" Discussed on High and Mighty

"In. and by shitheads. I might was a hick down. Podcast it part of the world where there are no room. Holy shit holy shit. Soap definitely have not watched this since i rented it on. Vhs in ninety two strangers by the threat of we got all the fucking major players. Seagal mirror putin is a good man com. Give it to me and the cream pie me now. Stallone regular somehow won't pay. I would fucking love for my wife to like see me. Ripa guys throw out. But they didn't count on one thing as moody's fucking insane do almost all the work yourself to figure it out as a fantasy component. There's some sort fighting this lightning bam bam bam town you wake up and you know you are anymore could be making terminated. We're gonna make a really great deal with us. I understand this is now the twentieth ending of the move. Dr firm action toys. Swimming borders subscribe here for bonus content in more free stuff from behind the pay wall. To get new episodes become a patron at action. Boys dot biz stores come on..

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"libby" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"libby" Discussed on High and Mighty

"A new blank. This and it's like what an original tax already paying the go fund me tax donating your friends. It's like what if that which is went to the government and then the government did it for us. You know very simple right. It seems so crazy or feels almost like it's like unions are large organizations. Should be like look. We take fifty dollars a month out of your check. But that's our pool for you to go for every union member to go to the hospital for their life or whatever you know like like some sort of i'm now getting to coop and collective. And like hippy. Shit but like that's where your brain starts to go because you start to be like we can't trust one person in power anymore because they're going to do everything they can to keep that power and get more powerful and make money. We need to like spread it out amongst the people like and i don't know what i'm talking about and this like yeah. Don't worry makes more sense than anything. I thought. Well that's great. Well i want to say thank you so much for coming on high and mighty libby. This was last anytime. This is something. I'm like uninformed on love and i'm looking forward to your sub stack and get learning more via that because we we've got the something we got and i think it's one of those problems that's like. Oh now that. I switched my shoes. My hips neck. No longer her. You know what i mean. It's like one of those things where it's like well now that we've healthcare wealth inequality is starting to go down. There's there's just so many like weird little fundamental problems. That are all weirdly tied together and it's just like yes. Rich and poor people getting poorer is the root of it. All where where can i should ads. Where can the listeners. Find you and get on your sub stack or any other plugs that you would like to throw out here little shithead go. it's sick note dot co and that takes you to the page for my newsletter. You can sign up for free Most of the posts are free. I haven't decided yet we're gonna do about the subscriptions people can pay be if they want and that's great But eventually i will have to start putting stuff behind the pay wall which i really hate but you know i gotta eat and see you can read all my previous post there as well and yeah. That's it well libby. Thank you so much for coming. On shitheads do whatever you can out there to fuck and make healthcare less of a nightmare for everyone do. Hey this is high school listeners. Go to college. Go to med school. Become a doctor and be cool hip socialist. doctor please. You want to be one of the good doctors. Not the cardiologists blank is like the guy who saved my dad via heart. Surgery is like this you you get like a heart murmur checked out. Uh so you wanted to come to a cardiologists way you listen to high and mighty you fucking doctors. Listen no way doctor. That listens to the doctors. Like i love joe rogan. You walk the fuck added libby shaped hole in the door when fisher at gabor's all social media listeners You know my other podcasts. You can find them. Thanks tune.

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"libby" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

07:01 min | 10 months ago

"libby" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Is frustrating. I canceled my cable cutted because my cable was just like an expense indeed and it was less than less than diabetes accoutrements with fucking insurance exactly. Yeah i actually interviewed a tight one diabetic for the for A few months ago. And yeah i mean the hoops that he asked jumps through You know he was saying like you know every because of his insurance every few months he has to go to a specialist in order to confirm that he is still type one diabetic. You don't care you literally don't kill you. That's it and then i talk about that because i guarantee no one wants to. No one in the healthcare community wants a cure for diabetes. Because insulin is a fucking gangbusters moneymaker and all this kind of shady shit with the. I'm gonna get the name of the thing wrong. But it's like the the biggest diabetic You know organization american diabetes association or whatever and their support for bills that you know that. Don't make insulin free for everybody because they you know these these patient advocacy groups and these disease groups. They end up getting a lot of money from the pharmaceutical industry. And it sounds really conspiratorial. But it's like well. Why are they getting the money. Like what i think you know. What if they if they get the money and then they're advocating for things that would not be the most beneficial you if you. The diabetes organization advocated for single payer. Like what are you doing if you at the american heart association. Or whatever and you're not advocating for single. Payer what are you doing like. That's the number one thing that would increase. You know courtroom quote access to a doctor for the millions of people all at once right and then it starts to be like wait is the american diabetes association on diabetes side. Like i thought they were supporting the americans from the title. But it seems like they're helping diabetes succeed and like type two is frequently something that can be taken care of with non medical intervention with just like sort of lifestyle. Changes can help. This is anecdotal. Of course i apologize to any type twos. Are anyone any doctors. But it feels like even that is like we could fix it or we can keep getting this person insulin. We can keep sending them insulin and keep making a little bit. And you see these like memes or tweets and stuff where it's like. Insulin is like nine dollars of jar to make and it sells for twenty six hundred dollars jar. And it's those like weird. This is all happening on a level in american society in american government society corporations. Whenever there's so much high level money changing hands that doesn't ever like reflect any like majority of human being's lives in america. But it's like the defense department's being overcharged by raytheon ray to everyone's like overcharging each other in some sort of like someone who works in production and has done some commercials in my life like when you do a commercial is when you feel like the most american thing it's like there's like a thousand people here. Probably all of their salaries are six figures and all. They're making is one small commercial for one small telecommunications project and this is one of fifty. they're shooting this year. They're putting so much time and money into it. It's like how is this. Helpful for the wireless company that it is. How and then you're like. Oh because they're all just passing money back and forth of top making sure eighty five ninety five percent of americans. Don't touch it. it's like just pass it around to all our big corporations all making a little few bucks here and there off each other and fuck everyone. But there's no trickle down from that there's no like well. Every time we do one of these huge transactions it is a little taxed and we get to see like that goes towards helping the world in some none of that shit. Yeah yeah. I feel like the more money you are in the more likely it is that your job is fake. You know your job is just is just moving. Fake money to another fake place and congratulate. Yes all crazy that the easier weirdly enough the highest paying jobs are also the easiest that seems like except except for doctors but it depends on what kind of doctor you are and even within doctors kind of like okay. Well you know doctors a really you know beneficial to society so that should be getting paid the most whatever. Yeah i i loved. Doctors make money but the inequality in earnings among dot is so high. Like your general practitioner that you see your family physician or your primary care provider or whatever you know when they when you go to them because you have like a weird on your dick for example you know like that guy. They on so much less than like you know a niece jin who does like a feud knee surgeries a week and overseas a lot of physician assistants. Who actually doing most of the work or whatever. And they're the guys buying two boats you know and there's just no rhyme or reason really to to how a income is distributed among among doctors and nurses. It's funny because like again coming from the nhs. My stepdad was a doctor. And you know the it's done. It's even a step further than than single payer single payer single provider to the extent that the nhs owns all the hospitals and pays all the doctors as well as paying for them to doctors. Make good money in the uk. Well that's what i was going to say like. You know i mean. My stepdad was just a general practitioner. And we were fucking fine. You know like we. I'm not you know. I didn't grow up like rich rich. We had everything we needed. And more you know and like you know that's and that's the scary socialist death panels style of healthcare. And like you know. The junior doctors are always getting screwed by the hse not making enough and stuff. But there's absolutely no reason why yukon pay doctors and nurses and so on fairly and very generously and also ensure everyone has healthcare. But that's like one of the biggest lies that the anti single payer lobby tells is like well. You know your hospital close. All your doctor will go. He'll retire because he won't be able to make enough money anymore. And it's just like fucking won't also also you're touching on something that's going to. That's gets me worked up on. He go ahead fucking retire. Doc if you're being a doctor because you wanted to make money then you shouldn't be a fucking doctor. And that's kind of how i feel like i'm like these cops who are like judging over time and one hundred eighty eighty grand a year in the budgets are through the roof and they're affecting the ability for the city to help any city to help other departments and other places and.

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"libby" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:26 min | 11 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Doughboys

"When you when you order it they bring they bring the whole chicken to the table that show it to you like yep here it is and i take it back covet and then bring it back to you caused and it's it's ridiculous but it is so good we. We had that the first time we went there and then every time we've been back which is only a couple of times but whenever we've been back it's been like well we gotta get that chicken because it's just out of this world is really good and feel silly because it's like you know. How many times can you really have a roast chicken. But it is just that it is just that special. It's it's it's sort of hard feels like dangerous to go off off that knowing. You've had such a transcendent experience. Then being like well i don't know what if the meatballs or whatever. This place is now serving meals at came up with maples. But you know what what if something else is good. I'm pretty risk averse. I would say especially for an expensive place like oh for sure you know if you if you know something is good. You know if it's quite expensive than you wanna make sure it's really good So that tends to make me a little more risk of us. Yeah that makes a lot of sense although libby. I do have some unfortunate news to tell you that chicken they brought you know was dork. Doris dr. i'm so sorry. I tried to save you. How about that callback. Pay three hundred ninety five dollars worth every penny. It's a thing of i mean. look it just. It's like you got break these down by the restaurants. If you're going to subways you're getting the same. I'm getting the same fucking thing every time or something like that. But then also like wendy's i'll i'll get my wendy's order but then it's the thing with taco bell. They'll get a new thing. So i'll add that onto my order or whatever. That's that's where. I thought you were headed mitch. And i totally agree with that with like if they have. If there's a new thing at a fast food place. I'm fucking trying like also speaks to your point about about how much money you're spending but yeah if there's like a new taco bell del taco thing. Oh yeah that thing's going in my mouth. I fuck it of course adding that automotive by regulars but let us know what you think. Let us know if you like to mix it up or if you like to stay with your old routine hashtag mix it up or hashtag stay with routine question..

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"libby" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Doughboys

"Has worst vegetarian options and shake shack disagree disagree. How do you disagree that. Grilled cheese are in and out burger. I will get on my own. I think the cheeses grays place as this place has a grilled cheese and it has a mushroom burger. No they're grilled cheese burger. There grilled cheeses a grilled cheese sandwich off the kids menu. It's an inverted berbon with a slice of cheese in the middle. The in and out grilled cheese sandwiches a compose sandwich. It's a it's a meatless version of their burger. It scratches has from having a double double well. Then you're getting into a larger debate. Yes it has larger menu. Yes it has more options like. That's that's a different concept at the different approach. It's also more expensive. And i don't believe you. This is your water watergate. You fucked up. This is this is this is this is bullshit. Are you saying we have to. We have to delete this episode bury in the archives. I mean we might have to cover this up to. This is extremely stressful. I'm gonna go hide in the car or something this is. This is this. This is just this is bullshit. Say i wanna before any members of spoon nation. Mail me a box of bees. I i will say that. I think the fries had been better. I would gone higher but to me. If you're bugged joint you have to have good. Good fries and good soda. And i didn't get a soda this time. Whatever i'm sure they've coke is fine whatever but to me. The american meal quintessentially american meal to create us. When i want burger burger fries and a coke and if one of those things is not great. I it's it's going to be disappointing and the fries. Were really disappointing. I didn't even want to eat them. I love french fries. You know. I'll eat some bad french fries you know and these were just went good and the the never that good And you know. I when we went back to in in california not to keep bringing this up. It's unfair when we went back to in and out in california are expecting. I told emma georgia's ring. I'm sorry here. Here's it's it's the ghost of nixon come to yell at him. That impression was so bad. Someone's delivering an envelope full of bees. Oh no sent one. But i didn't want it to arrive in the episode would arrive off to the episode. Inopportune timing finish your point libby. Yeah sorry I've forgotten what i was gonna say because all i can think about is bees fries fries. Good soda good. I can say it. In central american meal warned my my dining companions that the out fries and all that good. I don't. I don't know if i think justin emma's husband had never been on. I don't remember whether emma had been louis only been once like ten years ago. Whatever so i want them like the fries. It in the kind of famously shitty when we went before i kind of didn't like it. I thought the fries pretty good in and out they were they were sold it. They would like you especially if you get the on the slightly better but even if you don't get them well done still really good and they enhanced the meal whereas shake shack. They didn't enhance the meal. They were kinda limp. They were under under salted under. You know they were bland. They just didn't. They didn't taste of much and i would have rather had the frozen sweet potato waffle fries that i have in my freezer than the shake shack fries. That's that's an indictment. i have general. I've never really not had success there. They're the shake shack fries. I feel like those crinkle cut fries. They tend to do well but that if you had a bad experience maybe speaks to a you know they they they gotta up there. Their consistency factor. Mitchell was at the door raw shack. he's coming for. You is all deal with that. So we've act with board boys. What's up everybody. It's your boy mistress slice now. I don't like to get up in the morning. I'm not an early riser..

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"libby" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:37 min | 11 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Doughboys

"Which is what. I've i ran a to I love chocolate ice cream. I love chocolate. Shakes and i was tempted by both. I always want to get the special shaka. Whatever because you know the time limited thing kind of works on me as a marketing. Gimmick i guess all my god i've only got a month to get the pop shake or whatever but neither of them really appeal to me because i mean firstly. I had my first migraine. When i drank coke float when i was maybe nine and so forever. The combination of kokin ice cream is just disgusting to me. It's like repulsive and so did not sound good but that's just a me thing and then the triple chocolate shake i kind of. I wasn't that impressed by the idea. Because i think chocolate chips when they are in ice cream or any form other than melted can be kinda wack they can be like dusty waxy kind of crumbly. You know i'm a little. I want my chocolate to be good. You know if it was like yes pieces of ghirardelli or something. Maybe but i think kohl's chocolate tends not to be that good and especially called chocolate chips like from a bag of chocolate chips not going to be great so just went plano chocolate bolted and it was good. It did come out a little warm. Like i could see when she was loden and up there that it was I think maybe they had made it little li like they've made it before they made the finish making the food and so it was a little melty. I put it in the fridge when we got home and then took it out but it was still. It was a little runny little warm and it was also. I thought it was slightly too sweet. But i think i think those things are related because i am an ice cream maker myself and i know that when you make ice cream has to be like on the on first base has to be a lot sweeter than you would wants it so that it tastes sweet when it's cold so if ice cream melt gets warm is going to taste a lot too sweet so i think that's kind of why i think it's a fault with the shake that's just because it was too warm. It was tasting too sweet But still really good drink. The whole thing lava chocolate shake. So yeah that was. That was definitely. That was definitely pretty good. That was i think. Second to the burger jobs of inequality there. Wow yeah i think they do. you know. i think they do make good shakes. And i think just to reiterate mitch's point which i think is is very good. I think i think just you're you're you're gonna. It seems like you had the best luck of the three of us libby just by playing it pretty straight forward and i think i think that's the way to go ordering from this again. I mentioned just sneezed again. Wow is everybody fucks. What's a fucks going on mustard. John cleese what's going on with me. Why is sneezing. Msci sneeze today The american people can never find out that i sneezed. Make sure you don't this. Section of the watergate tapes. Well all the spoons men. Well we should get to your final thoughts on shake shack so libyan another show. You know this how this will work. We'll each go round. Give our closing argument if you will. And and by giving it a score from zero to five forks. You our guest. We'll begin with you. So i will say that when i going in thaw shake shack probably going to be a folk restaurant and i did want to prejudice it too much but i was like to me shake shack like a solid for on a good day. Four point five kind of restaurant. And i don't know i mean i don't think it is just that this was a so-so outing i do think you're right that the expansion and it's kind of wild out too much. They're trying to do too much stuff you know. And it's like these weird lemonades the the shake coming out with sillier and sillier stuff like pop rocks in shake like you just. You don't need that. Maybe that's something that you know. Maybe they're trying to appeal to a specific demographic or something. That would love something that crazy i mean. Can you imagine anything crazy or the pro milkshake. I certainly can't i i do feel. They are kind of stray. And this is inevitable you know like for a place to stay fresh or whatever they want to come up with new stuff you know. It's like cipolla introducing caso.

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"libby" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"Chris libby to talk about some of the programs we enjoyed during this year's virtual epa world congress and discuss what research most intrigued and surprised us. And what we're excited to learn more about. Here's how that conversation went chris. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having back. It's good to hear from you again. Well it's been a while we used to do this every once in a while. We should probably start doing that again. We just sit down and and riff and talk about stuff. We were learning about positive secretary. Yeah so it's good to have the chance to do this again. So this year we got to attend the international positive psychology association world. Congress virtually which was quite different than we've done in the past it was. We've been lucky enough to attend these in-person like in montreal..

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"libby" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

Sparkle Stories Podcast

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

"The two of them walked the rest of the walk side by side each using their powers to sense if there was anything to find they used them along. The off leash dog park. They use them along the rosebush hedge they use them under the willow tree while looking at the nature village and they use them as they looked alongside the edge of the pond and by then they had together collected the keychain with the duck too bright yellow bottle caps that both had bright red hearts on the top a small plastic ruler and then the most curious item of all. It was a small plastic container about the size of a pencil. Box the container was through so libby. One paco and libya's mother could see that inside. The container was a small paper book. And what looked like a wooden stamp. Oh this must be a go. Cash said libya's mother Geo cash asked libby looking up. Yes <hes> How to explain this set her mother. Some people hide these sorts of boxes and then they let other people know where these boxes are so that those people can find them later. I think they give coordinates or something directions on how to find them and so when those people do find them they opened up the box. And i'm pretty sure that they signed the book. But what about that stamp asked libby pointing to the wooden stamp inside. I don't know let's open it up. Said her mother are hugh shareware allowed asked libby now feeling nervous. This whole thing was confusing. Why would someone do this. Why would they hide a plastic box in a park with a book in a stamp inside. Geocaches are open to anyone. Who's curious sent her mother with a shrug and then both of them looked at one. Paco can we open it. He asked very to see what was inside. Libya's mother nodded and looked at libby libby. Frowns slightly looked over her shoulder to see that no one was watching them and then nodded quickly. Okay she said one. Palko smiled and quickly lifted. The plastic lid inside was a paper book that had clearly been opened and closed several times. It looked worn and very delicate one. Pucko handed the book to lead his mother. He then pulled out the stamp and looked at it. It had a wooden handle and then on one end was a rubber sort of design of a small dog a dog. He said as he handed the stamp to libby libby studied the image and it seemed very familiar. Oh there's a note in here said libya's mother who then focused her is to read. This is a mystery letterbox. You have found this box on your own congratulations. There are three other boxes in this park each hidden in a similar way under a tree by water and visible only to those who know how to find it. Please add your stamp and replace the box where you found it. When she finished reading all three looked at each other with wide is a mystery. Letterbox said libs mother with a smile. There's three more said one paco. Only those who know how to find it finders like us said libby. Can we find them. Asked one paco. Hopefully well said libya's mother. If i understand this right the first thing we need to do is to get our own stamps and our own books and then we can return here and put our stamp in this book and we can use the boxes stamp in our own book. So do you wanna go get stamps. Both libya and one paco nodded their heads vigorously. Yes this sounded like so much fun then. Libby stopped nodding her head and looked at the box. I we have to put the box back. The letter said we had to. Yes said libya's mother as she gently put the book back in the box. Libby added the stamp and then one palko snapped the top back on. He and libby put the box exactly where they found. It partially buried along the edge of the pond with to willow leaves sitting on top of it and then they all stood back to look at the box to make sure they remembered where it was. Can we get stamps asked libby. Let's go said libya's mother and then the three letterbox explorers and finder people quickly hustled back along the path ready to begin a very exciting adventure. This has been an original story by sparkle stories of sparkle stories dot com copyright. Twenty twenty one. All rights reserved. We hope you enjoyed it.

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"libby" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

Sparkle Stories Podcast

03:22 min | 11 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

"This sounded like a lot of fun. She imagined all sorts of things he might find in the park a little plastic elephant or a metal top that could spin for hours or maybe a tiny little book with tiny writing in it that no one could read without a magnifying glass. There were so many possibilities. So shall we take one paco. On our normal route asked. Libya's mother okay said libby. Who looked at one taco. But if you get a feeling to find something we can stop. And maybe i can help you. That would be good. Said one pokka with a serious tone. Does your mask help you find things. Oh said libby who then touched her mask. She hadn't thought of that. did it. help her find things. She wasn't sure. It's mostly to turn invisible if i want to. She answered but i won't do that while we're together okay. Said one pucko thank you. Then they were off. Libby showed one pock. Oh their route as they headed along the main path alongside the open field where people played ultimate frisbee or flew kites. She led the way but kept checking in with him to see if he was sensing anything. After about five minutes they arrived at the bridge that took them over a thin creek and at the foot of the bridge. One pokka stopped. Are you sensing something she asked wide. Eyed i think so he said and then she started to look around he took a few steps in one direction and libby thought that she would be most helpful if she looked in the other direction and then within seconds she spotted something shiny. Mom can i pick that up. She asked pointing to the shiny thing. A what is it asked. Her mother as the three of them gathered close. Oh i think that might be part of an old keychain. what's that at. the end. libby interpreted her mother's response as yes. It is okay to pick that up and so she picked it up. There was a metal ring with a tiny little chain hooked onto the ring. That must be what her mother was. Calling the keychain but at the other end of the little chain was a metal figure a partially rusted figure of bird. Oh oh when a bottle said one pokka with a big smile. A duck said her mother. These palmetto duck. Yes said one palko happily. You found a good one. Your mask works libby beamed. She had no idea. She had this particular superpower this whole time. Not only was her mask for on and off and visibility but it could help her find things as well. Can we keep it. She asked her mother. I think it's been here for a while. So her mother answered it should be okay libyan. One pacos smiled at each other. This was fun. She was so glad that one pocket had come with them..

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"libby" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

Sparkle Stories Podcast

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"libby" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

"To the park and as she was tying her shelter cloak of safekeeping but as soon as the doorbell rang at the front door libby no longer felt good. There was something about the sound of the doorbell that made libs back tense up in her fingers. Stretch out in alarm. The doorbell meant that someone was at the door and libby in general did not like it when people visited even though she was expecting on pokka even though she knew that it was very likely him on the other side of the door she still tensed up and thought the only thing she could do was to quickly put on her mask of on and often visibility and immediately become invisible her mother however was not at all tents and as libby fumbled with her mask. Her mother opened the door. Slowly to reveal one pock. Oh and his father and what caught. Libya's attention was that one paka was wearing a very peculiar and striking helmet. First of all the helmet was purple. It was bright purple not the deep purple of her krant sach or the violet. Purple of mr bosch's party streamers. This was an alert purple. A look at me purple and second. There were too short antennae. Like you might find on the hood of a car taped to the top of the helmet in such a way that they looked a little bit like the antenna of butterfly. So while libya's mother talked with one pacos father about the park and the plans and other things that are important to grownups. Libby chose not to turn invisible and instead asked on paco. What does that helmet one paco. Who had been smiling happily now. Looked a little confused helmet. He asked libby then gestured to the top of her head. Helmet on your head. Oh said one palko touching his helmet. My scandal classical Then he looked up at his father and asked komo. Dc's bescot sco helmet. Yes helmet said his father who gave it more thought helmet for hunting or no searching. One buckle likes to find things so he uses his helmet to help him find things that are hard to find Finding helmet asked libby. Who really liked this idea. Yes said one tacos father a finding helmet right one buckle that's a good name said one taco finding hamid immediately all the tension and concern around the doorbell vanished and libby was excited about the walk in the park with her friend. She with her cloak and mask and one pokka with his helmet minutes later. They were on the elevator heading to the lobby. Where the three of them libby one. Paco and ladies mother would exit. The building crossed the street the crosswalk and then enter the park. Have you been to the park. much ladies. mother asked one palko. Yes some said one. Paco nodding his head. It is why. I made this helmet. Because i found little things that i liked a key. I found a key and some coins from another country and a medal whistle. Do you have. It asked libby very interested in seeing it. Do you have the whistle here. No said one. Pokka with shrug. But i can show you later. My mother wanted me to soak it in a special water so we got clean. What do you find with your finding helmet asked libby as they reached the lobby and headed to the street. Lots of things said one palko. I get a feeling of where something is and then i find it. Libya smiled..

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Opportunities for Skillful Weather Prediction

Data Skeptic

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Opportunities for Skillful Weather Prediction

"My name is elizabeth. Barnes i go by libby an associate professor in the department about miss science here at colorado state university. You told me a little bit. Broadly speaking about your interest research wise and things like that. I guess in broad terms. I'm a climate scientists. I've been studying. Climate dynamics that includes climate change but also the earth's climate as it is today as it wasn't in the past and really probably on this podcast but also might broad interest are in the data science side. So how do we use. Data and analysis tools be at statistics mathematics modeling to understand the system and all of the interacting pieces. Could you go into little depth about the data. You're interested in even what's available as most listeners. Do some data science. Maybe they're used to working on the internet where it's as easy as just tracking something but the earth has been leaving us clues for a while. What do you have access to to study specifically the part of atmospheric science i study. I'd like to say we actually really have data coming out our ears. We have so much data. That's not all good data but one of the reasons. I'm so excited about eight science machine. Learning techniques is how can we utilize the data that we have even when some of it. Maybe isn't perfect. For example we have in science in climate science. We have paleo record so ice cores that tell us what the climate looked like hundreds of thousands of years ago today satellites that are constantly there orbiting the earth or sitting still and staring at one place over and over again and they're pouring data in all of the time sometimes it's hard to just get data and process it once we have it than you know so we can do fun stuff just getting it into a processed form is a lot of work. We have climate model data so we have these big climate models that are being run on supercomputers all over the world to try to help us understand the climate system and they are out putting a lot of data in people need to look at it to try to answer and ask interesting questions about the our system and we have people here my department. I don't do this. Atmospheric scientists say with a weather balloon or radar and actually measuring thinking about the weather and the climate state. Right where you are.

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Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space

"Day ever Jeff Bezoza and his crew of space tourists back on Earth after launching from West Texas supporters Blue Origin spacecraft. For a sub orbital flight to the edge of space, experiencing a few minutes of zero gravity and from the sound of it. Oh, wow. It just seems like they enjoyed it. The flight just 11 minutes long Bezoza, taking the short trip with his brother Mark and two others 82 year old aviator Wally Funk, now the oldest human ever in space. An 18 year old Oliver Demon, now the youngest blue origin broadcaster Libby Casey, saying today was a long time coming 15 consecutive missions to get to this point. It's so much different when you put people on board Bastos, hoping his flight will spark a new generation of space travelers, But I was a little kid, you park astronauts inspired me. Things like this inspire kids, and that's a big deal for what it's worth. Dave Packer, ABC News Redmond. Police are trying to clarify some

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"libby" Discussed on The Glossy Podcast

The Glossy Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"libby" Discussed on The Glossy Podcast

"Welcome libby will thank you so much. This is so much fun to do this excited to have you here. I tell you what libby this is going back. You had a boot called the zoe boot. Oh yes. I remember that boot. I had the zoe boot. And i i wanna ask you and tie this into like. I don't know how you can gauge whether a style will go viral because this was from two thousand nine i just looked it up prior to the pandemic and i got it for a steal i got it at. Victoria's secret correct for ninety dollars. I think i had a promo code. And i just was dying for this view because all the bloggers had it. I saved that boot. it's sold out. I wore it a couple of times. I sold it on ebay eventually. Guess how much money i got for this darn boot. A thousand dollars. Twelve hundred dollars. Yeah yeah isn't that amazing. That heck and i was very clear because it had a look alike style that was a designer style of course very similar and i was like this is not that. This the sob. By sam edelman hear stories. Like this a lot i will. I definitely heard about the zoe many many times. And i suppose it's because it was inspired by designer boot but i think more importantly was there was such a everybody wanted and we only made a small percent. You know. we didn't make that many of them. So i think that supply demand is really important. Will you've had several hot styles. I know there were the gladiators around two thousand seven. There were the the fringe boots. Do you know when something's going to hit big We don't know one hundred percent but what we do know is that our job is to really come up with what's happening in fashion and so every time we designed product whether it's shoes or even additional things that we're working on it's gotta be the Be coming from fashion story. A trend that is going to hit for the following year and every single. Big shoe that we've ever done has actually started that way and then become really a big shoe. Our motto is not to design an item. Because you can't do

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Libby Edelman on the Shoe Fasion Industry

The Glossy Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Libby Edelman on the Shoe Fasion Industry

"Welcome libby will thank you so much. This is so much fun to do this excited to have you here. I tell you what libby this is going back. You had a boot called the zoe boot. Oh yes. I remember that boot. I had the zoe boot. And i i wanna ask you and tie this into like. I don't know how you can gauge whether a style will go viral because this was from two thousand nine i just looked it up prior to the pandemic and i got it for a steal i got it at. Victoria's secret correct for ninety dollars. I think i had a promo code. And i just was dying for this view because all the bloggers had it. I saved that boot. it's sold out. I wore it a couple of times. I sold it on ebay eventually. Guess how much money i got for this darn boot. A thousand dollars. Twelve hundred dollars. Yeah yeah isn't that amazing. That heck and i was very clear because it had a look alike style that was a designer style of course very similar and i was like this is not that. This the sob. By sam edelman hear stories. Like this a lot i will. I definitely heard about the zoe many many times. And i suppose it's because it was inspired by designer boot but i think more importantly was there was such a everybody wanted and we only made a small percent. You know. we didn't make that many of them. So i think that supply demand is really important. Will you've had several hot styles. I know there were the gladiators around two thousand seven. There were the the fringe boots. Do you know when something's going to hit big We don't know one hundred percent but what we do know is that our job is to really come up with what's happening in fashion and so every time we designed product whether it's shoes or even additional things that we're working on it's gotta be the Be coming from fashion story. A trend that is going to hit for the following year and every single. Big shoe that we've ever done has actually started that way and then become really a big shoe. Our motto is not to design an item. Because you can't do

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"libby" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"libby" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Right any else should be about it but in florida to Week and all the supporting stake races. And hopefully whether we'll cooperating we'll be good well It's actually you say that. And i know we're going to get. I know we're supposed to get some the here this weekend which we do need. I mean nobody's gonna. Nobody's gonna question even yesterday. We were supposed to. We're supposed to get serious a serious dousing and it never at least here in never showed up. We got very little power outage what we've been the obligatory the obligatory power outage No i know. I know Did not good so So especially because tomorrow a nice that benign ridge tomorrow or saturday and there's actually a lot of The northeast quite a bit of turf racing common. So i appreciate it and We'll talk to you all right dick. Our everybody h. K. j. c. j. c. racing on twitter and h k dot com. We're going to stay here And spend a couple of minutes before the break before. Tony and sean clancy and todd mysolar. Mike wise from arizona but Looking forward to get a chance to promote the belmont childcare association and libyan perio. You're going to join us Have to be an agonizing decision about how to handle this year's spring fling Not knowing what the status was going to be in terms of You know the pandemic conditions And the choice was made to do it. Virtually and libby. Good morning steve. Thanks for having me how are you. I'm good and i you know i i. I suppose you know it's easy to say. Now that you know there could have been You know there could have been you know vaccinated. Attendance function But i guess we'll save that for you know for saratoga and You know and other venues but and other opportunities down the road The one more virtual event This next week you know We're very proud of what we're about. Just put out for our virtual events and coming in august. We will be doing our racing for the children's event live in saratoga at saratoga national for something to look forward to and while we are we weren't able to be in person for this.

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Reagan National Airport northern Washington DC noise study to be released

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Reagan National Airport northern Washington DC noise study to be released

"If you live near an airport, you know what it's like. You hear that noise constantly. Well, an online meeting this evening might shed some more light on what can be done to reduce noise near one of our area's airports. If you're concerned about airplane noise north of D. C. You may soon get some answers. Findings from a community questionnaire and newly proposed changes to flight patterns north of Reagan National Airport will be discussed for the first time outside of the committee test was studying the area. The aircraft Noise mitigation Study meeting starts at seven. It will be hosted by Montgomery County, Maryland. Council member Andrew Andrew Freed's Freed's in in and and Arlington Arlington County County Board Board member member Libby Libby Garvey. Garvey. Find Find more more information information on on how how to to Join Join and and listen listen to to the the discussion discussion at at w w t t o o p p dot dot

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Washington DC Reagan National Airport noise study to be released

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC Reagan National Airport noise study to be released

"The latest studies on airplane noise north of Reagan National Airport will be released during a virtual meeting tonight. It will be the first time that anyone outside of those tests was studying airplane noise north of the airport. We'll see newly proposed changes to the way that planes come and go. Montgomery County, Maryland. Council member Andrew Freed Sin and Arlington County Board member Libby Garvey are hosting the Reagan National Aircraft Noise Mitigation Study meeting. The results of a community questionnaire will be released, as well as the newly drafted national approaches that were developed based on studying that

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What Does It Take to Become an Astronaut?

BBC Newshour

01:57 min | 1 year ago

What Does It Take to Become an Astronaut?

"Libby Jackson is human exploration program manager of the UK Space agency, part off the E essa. So what does it take to be an astronaut? You have to be calm under pressure. You have to be willing to work as a team. You have to be happy to go and spend six months living and working on the international space station where there's no shower the portal. Ooh. And if it breaks it breaks often has to be fixed by. You know, plumber on orbit Long days, but with amazing views. You're carrying out science that can only be done in space that will help everybody down here on Earth. New to lead better lives to help discover new materials with researching drugs on of course, astronauts are the sort of faith of the space industry, but they are absolutely not the only part off the space industry. The space industry is global. There are jobs in every possible skill set that you can imagine. And if people want to join the industry if they think space is something that its sights and they should feel empowered I'm able to do so we'd love to have him so calm. Scientists who conducted of plumbing on bond maybe speaks few languages. You have to be fluent in English. Knowledge of other languages is an asset but not essential. But you do need to have a grasp will be able to learn other languages because the international space station works in both English and Russian. You've got to learn Russian. No, I'm a Russian speaking. But unfortunately I am. I'm just north of 50. So that counts me out. There is a maximum age limit, isn't there? There is it takes out 5 to 10 years to train our pastor rolls and you only will get a mission perhaps every 5 to 10 years so they can't put on upper age limit on it. But it's higher than the last call back in 2000 and eight all part of this drive to increase the Paul to be as diverse and inclusive as possible. Mrs. Really lovely to see that it's increased to 50. Actually, it's a shame we had to put in angel bid

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Ends with Joe MacLeod

UX Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Ends with Joe MacLeod

"We have no vocabulary for endings. We have so much rich emotional vocabulary for beginning nothing for endings and that was the start of the question around closure experiences so anybody row forward a few years and it's always been in the background this whole closure experiences thing i did. I wrote a document for a big company about the time was well received but didn't really dig into the essence in the background and history so much so surface thing and then i was asked to for many years and it just keeps coming up a repeat repeats of examples all like lack of endings samples about something. We're talking about clothes your experience now with in a in a digital. Yeah so it was a couple of examples so the amount of times we get pushed to share for example. If i'm getting three million face at my phone the camera mode take a picture cher and then not get into gallery in share of into gallery nominee gallery browsing share and then in our social media when we look at the news the amount of share but un's indifferent share platform. So you might have a new thing. You might have ten for example opportunities of different providers to share your content. Share this but a news share share share everywhere and the ability for us to control their after we've shared is so so limited and it's so difficult for us to unravel sharing and control sharing and unsure for example so we end up with mechanisms or like very inadequate mechanisms like the european directive. On roy to be forgotten which puts expectations on providers to control content. That's been shared like facebook or twitter. Or someone like that but even in facebook's ts and cs they clearly acknowledged that they have no control over this stuff. Once it goes outside of their borders is even hard to control inside the a really good point. The whole the whole fabric of the internet is based on attorney. Yes we're gonna talk technical libby. Technically about your eyes or resource locator. It's not the whole whole specification for that says that you should never have page not found a four zero four. Yeah yeah should always redirect to tell people how to continue how things than live on and even if you go back as far as the birth of internet the internet project the which the american army investigator the very purpose of that the mental was. This can't be destroyed or a nuclear weapon. Mirrored in other places on every level. We've got intolerance of endings or just denial of ending although the desire to be a tunnel built into the fabric single level. This whole cultural piece a whole psychological peace enclosure experiences around like we have a natural repulsion against death as you can imagine. There's a book by ernest. Becker called the denial of death and in that he points out that we all have a repulsion of death he called it terror management theory where in subconscious way we're all trying to cheat the long of the inevitability of death so win so we buy things we produce things. We make things that are going to outlive us. You could argue on having kids but another level was things that we may and we think kenner outlive this on making a book for its own law. Like something not make sculpture. You might have a passionate view about some sort of roy in your country. It's loss aversion as well isn't it of course not just not death. I mean we've got that inbuilt mechanism to to to not want to lose things whether it's lose money on the stock exchange or wherever it is kind of to your wallet or lose a loved one Absolutely and that's often stronger than a desire to to make things sometimes so you report death more than you are to gain in other

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"libby" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"libby" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"And I'm here with featured guest Libby Gill Libby are you ready to rock? I'm ready. All right. Well, let me introduce you to the audience pretty impressive background. Here Libby Gill is an executive coach leadership expert and bestselling author she guides emerging and established leaders to inspire purpose and drive performance g the former head of communications. For Sony Universal and Turner Broadcasting. And her clients include Bank of America capital one Disney Ernst and Young Intel Microsoft Viacom, and many more. She's been featured on the CBS early shows CNN NPR and the today show and in the New York. TIMES, Time Magazine of Wall Street Journal. The author of six books including the award winning you unstuck Libya's latest book is the hope driven leader harnessed the power of positive. Liberty take a minute in Philly for the tidbits about your life. Well, I can tell you Andrew I started my professional career as a hand model for fancy feast cat food. There you did expect that right. A talking bear at Knott's Berry Farm Museum Park in southern California apart. Yeah. Wait apart. That's exactly right. You know that area but then I got my first job actually working for television legend who has Norman Lear who created all in the family, and from there I really began my corporate career. And what would you say would be the thing that you learned from Norman Lear a great experience at a young age what was interesting? I was I was a youngster and I I got a job as an assistant in the PR department norm was very I didn't work directly for him, but he owns the company and it was distribution company mostly at that point of all those old great sitcoms that are still on TV today any treated people very well, he was a very decent and very humble man and what I learned was to be ready for change because even though I started this job and thought this is I just landed in the best spot in it's a small company I'm going. To get to know everybody GonNa Learn the whole business very shortly after that it was purchased by Columbia Pictures and then by coca-cola and then by Sony. So I learned to just keep raising my hand and move with it and in five years I became the head of publicity advertising and promotion for Sony's Worldwide Television Girth..

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"libby" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"libby" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"What if that could be my equation and in that moment I decided that if it was an all within my power I was going to take this overwhelming paint and turn it into something good turn it into overwhelming power and the reason I bring this up is the fact that mindset is a huge part of something that we we got rid of the bad when we brought in the good and Texas city that I don't think talked about often enough especially in the chronic illness community. The the doctors got love. You know they're wonderful but they've got their diagnosis code. They've got their pill or if moral ternate minded maybe it's acupuncture or an herb or whatever and that's all wonderful but if we don't have our minds under control it's GonNa be really hard to win any kind of a battle. It just is right. I think I shared with the earlier. I was actually interviewed by a nurse out just about a year ago. His pretty well known and he said I can guarantee you had you not had that mindset. At that moment you wouldn't have survived and I do believe that's true. The way my labs looked a cold could have killed me. Yep there's a story if you don't mind me sharing just super super quick because it encapsulates the mindset of things is and I. I don't know all the details behind the story but basically what happened is this gentleman was locked in a trailer and he for however was told our felt that it was like a freezer box and he froze to death and when he was found it was a trailer not a freezer box. There was nothing his mind was telling them that he was freezing to death but he was not and he froze to death. Yeah is that crazy? You're up so this is how powerful our mind is. It's huge and I remember thinking. Okay how am I going to practically do this right tonight? Always wanted to do in. Hadn't really ever done. It was write a book and so I said Okay during this time. I'm going to write a book on stress and I titled it the art of worry because we're all actually master meditators. We either meditate on the positive Tate on the negative and meditating on the negative worry. That's all it is and we're really good at that. So it's about retraining. Our mind retraining. Our Spirit our soul to get into the habits of instead of worrying saying okay. How can we turn this around? How can we find the positive? And this is not about being a pollyanna. We can be a very real about it. You know if you look at brain homes King David would lament these horrible things that had truly happened to him but one of the things I always loved in one of the concepts I teach. In revolutionary. Joy is complained like a king. You can complain and talk about whatever you want. Our only rule is this at the end of the complaint. You have to find a way that we can find joy or something positive that can come out of this moment right because we not be stuck left focusing on the negative or get in this really nasty move and that to me is probably the worst possible toxin we get ever encounter. Oh absolutely I'm so so glad that you're talking about this and I think it boils down. I mean what people are. If you're listening to libby story right now you're forgetting. She's got four children that she has caretaking through this whole process. And while you're sick and healing they are sick right. Yes our sixteen year old at that time was about twelve and yes she had lime in co-infections during that time in Mono And our daughter was really sick. She kept getting fevers as school. Couldn't figure out why I had sent her to school as read my plan to take care of myself. And they kept sending her home ended up she had a gluten sensitivity online and he was getting Over lunch I didn't realize it. So yeah so yes it was in. I remember my daughter. She was little. She was first grade. Second Grade Shoot. Just sit and cry. I determined that I would if even crawl to their room. Every night I would pretty much lost. The use of the left side of my body couldn't anything from the waist down was cane crutches if I could walk at all and in left handed south but I remember saying I will take kids in every night and I will play the piano or singer. Do something to just help them know. It's going to be okay. I need to make sure their mindset is okay fine we're GONNA make this number talking with Anna and I would say Anna in. This is all over. She loved Front We're going to go five together. And she looked at me and say you can't even walk. What are you talking about? It doesn't matter to just put it in your mind so I had her train for a whole year and at the very end of my treatment as well enough talk I was able to walk the Five K. My best friend Inside me as well as my mother-in-law and it was just such a beautiful moment of okay. We've made it through this way to make it to everything. I'm not wave the victory flag that everything is perfect in my life but I've made it to this milestone and I'm going to celebrate it and we have great pictures of US may best friend even got me a medal to wear a so-so blood incredible story and I think this really ties into your revolutionary joy. I mean just even the title itself is. Do you have stories that you can share? I mean not you know names or anything like that but I think when people realize the mindset you know what that's like when you see that light switch click for them. Yes I remember. One time is someone who had a really rough childhood in it was actually a toward the end of the program as she says to me. You know this at work that we've done along with the other things that we focused on has been more effective than thirty years of counseling in therapy. It has what I try to focus. On with revolutionary joy first of all revolutionary where revolting against circumstances and. We're turning towards something that we want. It always Join Happiness are not the same thing happiness you. What's going on around US joys? What's going on within us? In some out turning toward what you want revolting against your circumstances and finding that joy from event and then sharing that without a lot of things that we talked about in my program we talk about. What your natural inborn strengths are how you naturally attack tasks because very often we've been trained that opus of the single way that we do this and it saps our energy because we don't find the joy in that task because we didn't do it the way that we're designed to do it and so. I mean I remember I had one client who was really teetering on the edge of quitting her job. She was so frustrated and also talk a lot about core values and I remember her reaching out to me and just saying libby now they understand what I most value in my life and how I attack tasks I know how I can make. This job worked for me in work. Well it actually saved. Her saved her job because end the direction her career was going his. She is ready to throw in the towel and once she realized the way she was operating was frustrating. Thwarting her she was like. Oh okay I I know how to turn this around. Those are just a couple of different stores at another lady who had really severe adrenal issues and she did a walk. Run Five K with her daughter-in-law few months ago she could barely get off the couch. Then you know she go to work do her work and then go home and lay down. So yeah there's all sorts of stories. It's amazing how our mindset impacts every single corner of our lives because we're you know everything is related right absolutely. Ya and you know. So maybe what we need to talk about is. That's like the number one you know talks. They're even before food water. Environmental things is the between the two years. What are we doing there so that we can make good choices on the other side absolutely and you know. It's like a snowball effect. When we start making the right choices for ourselves. Easter having the right mindset easier and easier to collect better habits because habits can't be broken they can only be replaced by so what we wanted to upgrade our habits to things that work for us and for our health and not just always do the default. I love this. So we're getting kind of towards the end of our time libby. I want to make sure that you are getting out the points of your story. I think one last thing that I want to talk about is a little bit of self care. We're talking about getting our bodies through a healing process. But let's talk a little bit about self care. And maybe you're not the one with the chronic disease but maybe you're the person who's caring for someone with a chronic disease. Can you share some of your insights on that absolutely? I'd be happy to you. Know I didn't really understand what it was like two caregiver just as a little aside when about three years ago our son developed really strange sympathy was on the honor. Roll Student Council President Amazing Musician Super Brilliant and he just started having these weird sweating all the time he was sleeping well he his stomach was not all the time could not figure out what's going on in finally within a ten day window. He went from totally normal. Except these little symptoms to a non verbal autistic like state and we later discovered this mold. Biotoxin illness in that. He was getting hit from multiple different angles but he was just so ill that we went to all sorts of specialist. Trying to figure out what's going on it was terrifying to have your child go through that and remember several doctors just saying you know you're going to need to check him in. It's a one way ticket. He's not leaving. Probably you know need to be placed in a home. Here's disability paperwork. He's GonNa be disabled the rest of his life. I mean seeing this kid going from this totally bright future to baton about free superior in I remember calling our specialist or I'm specialists in Michigan. Ever seen anything like this in she said to me I'm only.

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"libby" Discussed on Escape Official

Escape Official

11:03 min | 3 years ago

"libby" Discussed on Escape Official

"Him. next morning. The tunnel is readied themselves as best they could with warm clothes and any provision visions they could get their hands on as they counted down the hours until not full the details of the plan would s- cussed h each of the fifteen diggers could choose a friend to accompany them on the skype. The fifteen diggers were entitled to go first since they had toiled in rat health for the better part of two months they elected a trusted prisoner colonel harrison c hobart to remain at the fireplace passage passage to seal up the tunnel once the dig is had gone through off to one hour checking the gods hadn't been alerted hobart would unseal the passage passage for the fifteen chosen friends to descend then reseal it again thereafter it would be reopened at regular intervals giving enough off time for the previous group to clear the tunnel winsome an early not full meant richmond was in complete darkness by seven p._m. And the plan was put into action the passage was opened and the fifteen tunnel is descended into the cellar with colonel rose the loss men down after shaking hands with colonel hobart who then closed the passageway and mocked that time in the cella rose shook h man's hand thanked him and whispered god spain and farewell rosen hamilton entered the tunnel i with the others closely behind them a few minutes lighter they had emerged under the tobacco shit unassembled quietly at the wagon way as the groups of escapees escapee's quietly slipped out the gate and onto canal street prisoners need the windows at libby washed excitedly as they sold the silhouettes of their fellow prisoners sleep through the night then disappear into the naught after an hour passed with no sign of commotion from the gods colonel hobart reopened with the passage entrance and the next fifteen escapees slipped down into the cellar fifteen minutes lighter the excited prisoners at the windows so of the second group sleep through the night onto canal street at the passageway the next group descended into the ace sela outside outside the first group had whited silently at the gate before colonel rose had signalled for them to make their way into canal street while the pricing god was turned the the other way. The groups went their separate ways. Disappearing into the north back at the prison excited whispers about the previously secret escaped permeated through the prisoners living quarters and inmates began to pour down the stairs into the kitchen iga to attempt their artis skype realizing he no longer had control of the passageway hobart descended into silly himself and made his wife through the tunnel at one thirty a._m. This city's gas lamps were extinguished plunging richmond straits into complete darkness and the price of prisoners entering during the passageway quickened even further at three thirty i am the foyer applies bricks replaced and the area disguised with suit during the head count that morning the confederate offices stated the tally shape perplexed the union prisoners could barely contain themselves every inmate now knew about the skype a fu four hours after the first head count the tally ali shakes showed one hundred nine union prisoners were missing news of the mess bright cat lee spread through richmond security forces and the confederate forces were organized and dispatched to fund the fugitives not long after richmond civilians learned a hundred nine union union soldiers were now at lodge. The confederate centuries that naught were forcefully questioned some reported seeing men neva david tobacco shit bennett assumed they were confederate loses who were looking for undelivered goods that had been withheld from the union prisoners after examining examining the area god's uncovered the exit hall under the tobacco shit and after sending a servant boy dan the tunnel they quickly learned the entrance in the cellar sell it but since the passageway had been so well concealed it remained a mystery to the confederates how the prisoners had gained access to the sela within days the tunnel became known as the great yankee one over the following days most of the escapees these immediately left richmond intent on reaching union lawns several light low enrichment for a few days finding shelter at the homes of unions sympathizes or among communities of black slides the slaves at great personal risk i did many of the union escapee's innovating the confederates. I making it safely to williamsburg or washington. The first escapees made it across union lawns near williamsburg williamsburg on february fourteenth after traveling one hundred miles in five dies in the freezing conditions of the one hundred and nine offices who escaped libby prison that not fifty nine reached safety while forty eight were recaptured to drowned while trying to to cross the river need grapevine bridge east of richmond major hamilton and colonel rose the principal architects of this skype had had been separated after leaving richmond together my jack hamilton traveled through the swamps and marshes along the chicken khomeini river fa seven noughts in frigid water that sometimes reached his waist colonel russia's had traveled through dense woods and bra patches having several narrow escapes from patrolling soldiers on the fifth day on the a few miles from williamsburg. He was captured by confederate soldiers and marched back to libby prison. He was sent to the prison cells in the middle sela where he remained confined for thirty days in in april eighteen sixty four colonel rose was paroled and exchanged alongside thirty three of a union offices and boarded the new york a flag flag of truce budge a month after his release kono rose rejoined the seventy seventh pennsylvania but january eighteen sixty six nine months after the american civil war ended he was a brevet brigadier. General rose died in washington washington d._c. In nineteen oh seven on he's heads done allenton national cemetery among the numerous mentions of battles. He fourteen reads the inscription engineered and executed the libby prison tunnel mm-hmm <music>..

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