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"louis charles" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Teaching technique in her classroom, describing it as necessary response wanting attention to feminist concerns, many of her students congress notice quote seem experiencing a kind of feminism fatigue, and they are way to admit that get over suffer at the hands of what imperialist white supremacy capitalist Patriarchy you see where these ideas start to incubate. You see where all these awful ideas that our congresspeople are advancing actually come from. How about Julio Cesar penal who was arrested by the FBI four line to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for his affection to Isis Julio, Cesar. Pina was previously a professor at Kent State University we have been talking about him for years. And he faced an entire investigation by the FBI for his connections to the Slavic state, but he was still defended by Kent State University. How about Charles, Angeletti he's been a long standing. Individual on our Professor Watch Louis Charles Angeletti, who is a professor at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. He said that he required his students to say a pledge of allegiance that said quote I pledge allegiance to wrap myself from the flag of the United States of anything UNAMERICAN and two Republicans for which it stands to nations under Jesus rich against poor with curtailed liberty and justice for all except blacks, homosexuals women who want abortions communist welfare Queens Tree Huggers Feminazi illegal immigrants so on, and so forth he did end up resigning from the university after a huge fight that happened at Metropolitan State University of Denver. How about Jodi Linley? University of Iowa, who her entire class is teaching students how to deconstruct whiteness so even the Midwest schools are not immune to this where you pay money so that your kids can learn how to deconstruct whiteness. And by the way it's not just the radical professors. Some professors are beholden to a much more sinister force than just radicalism. And that's why we also have our project attorney point. USA China on campus dot. COM ON CHINA ON CAMPUS DOT COM. We track all of the universities across the country that are funded by the Chinese Communist Party. Many schools that you might be sending your kids to our schools that students listening to this podcast might be returning to.
"louis charles" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The reason I put them all in the same categories because they all play the same team and they all struggled against that team especially if you play that team and they're building when they were all healthy in the playoffs healthy yeah okay Chargers tight end hunter Henry signed his franchise tender he will make over ten million dollars this year boomer and are you pointed this out the PGA tour expect to announce today that they will resume now on June eleventh at the colonial Louis Charles Schwab challenge fans will not be permitted the memorial is now expected to be moved to July Major League Soccer was hoping to start up mid may that does not look like that will happen now the tort of fronts postpone that yesterday they were supposed to start in late June right now they have not decided on a new date and chip Ganassi racing it did fire Ryan Larson after the racial slur during an irate sounding right hi I'll find him he's fired he stinks and market Sherman says gonna kick his **** when he's done playing baseball once a UFC fight with them there you have it handy so might watch he probably wouldn't be able to pull that off as baseball contract all the money that he makes but I'd be some might watch for sure I mean that's one of the I I went back and finally after the show watch that video of Kyle Larson and the racial slur I I just don't know what he's thinking I just told you know what he's thinking he I guess he thought that nobody could hear what he was saying so in order to test that who's going to say the worst thing possible any date and then his friends and he's with on this I. recieving a like Kyle can hear everything you say and by the way that went out to everybody and that was the end of that sponsors dropped out he gets fired by chip Ganassi racing in these you're gonna have a long road back back to your career I have to do yeah yeah basically yep that's right all right boomer NGO understand it CBS sports network live from the investor is a bank studio in speaking of them bloomer want to tell everybody more about all righty during these uncertain times my friends at investors bank want you to know that they're there for you with relief programs.
"louis charles" Discussed on Unobscured
"A bloody flag hung over the door. Cora stepped up onto the platform surrounded by black drapery that covered the columns of the mechanics institute after all they were in mourning for the honor. Dead the flag didn't represent the civil war. Though and the blood on the flag wasn't decorative it was a relic from dark event. That took place a year before America's first black daily newspaper Apor. The New Orleans Tribune had called political convention. The Tribune had been founded by an Afro Creole doctor named Louis Charles Rudini as rallying point I Louisiana radicals and it commanded respect among the states reformers. They met to confirm an eighteen. Sixty four state constitution that had stripped power from. I'm the planter class and abolish slavery the backlash though was vicious white. Planters had the ear of general banks. The Union Army Commander Ender governing the state they said Louisiana should have an I quote a government of white people for the exclusive political benefits of the white race. Yeah they weren't subtle about it at all. The planters were powerful though they convinced banks to keep the plantation system and he I used the Union army to force Black Louisianans to keep working the land of any plans or who would declare loyalty to the United States. His soldiers marched the roads capturing anyone who left their work meanwhile he let imprison confederate soldiers walk but the black folk on the sharp appended. These policies didn't go quietly. The Tribune started by publishing articles showing how banks was forcing workers to keep living in slavery. It was a voice that would echo back across the Atlantic or Victor Hugo would return with the letter to the tribune encouraging the radicals to keep fighting for justice messages came from across the last horizon. As well the spirit of John Brown appeared to honoree and the Sircar. Monique with a word of celebration. He praised the tribune for its defense of black equality so in eighteen sixty six when the Tribune announced a convention to amend the earlier constitution. Touche's and finally give black men the right to vote in Louisiana people came in crowds. The meeting started on a hopeful note to that first night. The cities police fought with a group of armed delegates who were defending the convention and killed two of them sadly it was a dire omen of what would happen the next day when black delegates to the convention arrived at the Mechanics Institute the next morning for the second day of the meeting. They were confronted by a crowd of white opponents that that was swelling with anger. Here's historian Emily Clark. The day begins with some fanfare. There's a little parade of black. New Orleanians begins marching to the mechanics institute to celebrate this. This is GonNa be a great day but it's not it ends up being an absolutely horrid horrid day because a white mob job aided by local police and firefighters storm the building and massacre many of the delegates inside most of the delegates were unarmed but that white supremacist mob was heavily armed over. Forty people died that day almost all of them. Black violence like this in eighteen. Sixty six ended up galvanizing nizing new brand of reconstruction politics nationally which then worked harder to promote black civil rights in the wake of the violence. Someone someone had collected the tattered flag and tucked it away when the community gathered a whole the memorial service for the convention. They brought it out again. It was a stark reminder of the nation they were working to build and of the courage and sacrifices some had made to bring that nation that Louisiana that New Orleans into being exactly a year later that chorus stepped into the mechanic institute to honor those who were killed that day afterwards. The Tribune published her poems call for solemn mournful bells to ring out over the city. Nathan must've been proud but when he wrote to the Rochester Express to give them news who is on the progress of reconstruction he wasn't praising chorus powers of oratory instead he was reporting on a new scourge in the city people were fleeing in New Orleans in the face of deadly diseases cholera and yellow fever Nathan so often traveling. Those streets as he rallied for change came home one night in late. September feeling dizzy and shivering fever by October I had burned through his body. Henrietta less less than a year old wasn't strong enough to fight off the infection by October fifteenth..
"louis charles" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"And high-dose power see that actually mobilizes infection <hes> so that's easy to knock off yard pick knew allison mad ed and probably the defense to knock it up next charles our friend charles notice from willits california. You know what i'm talking yeah about right louis charles hi michelle dr bill. I'm michelle. The problem is while he's talking about his friend bill john and we'll give his whole name seventy two years autistic xanax user since the eighties and has reduced us to one taboo day <hes> agoraphobia core phobic enlarge prostate and just had an operation to remove a portion and now he has to use a catheter because urologist damage these people are the american urological association published two years ago and the calculated over the previous decades and treated inappropriately a male early stage prostate cancers it was a glistened score lesson will be on the council and cause permanent loss of bladder control impotence in one point five million american males so the doctors admitted that they hit screwed up one point five million. We're not necessarily to do that yeah so it's not surprising that they screwed him up so is not necessary. What can you they do now. We're going to try to restore restored chooser control so they need peptides for regeneration of prostate gland. He'll also needs to neurological assistant assistant mini trans bladder lewin photon another epa genetic treatments as well but we can put the phobia agoraphobia just folks. How do you say being afraid of being outside. That's easy just to just an exotic disorder. You stress to go stress to go. <hes> you know we have our guarantee. Combine brain. Make we love the stress to go gosh gonda and eh as many other things to the gaba gabar to t t to the governor has a government turk asset c._n._n. And tori and they need to to t- or something me too that's okay i it shows that his a little bit of dyslexia dyslexic lab laborer at our company next french hungry from up in corona. I like to say this is california which i've said before because they're so huge hearing. What is it thirty three million right now. It's probably closer to forty are you said probably retains her new six and forty so who could ever track down here dr diggle michelle good morning. We just got back from texas after thirty nine years of nova -cation gosh henry. Are you kidding. Wow so subject of hearing came up to two noisy motorhome r._v. She went to kaiser for thirty dollar. Hearing test and audiologist said i was <hes> below normal <hes> especially low in four k. okay and a k range. Do you have any videos or p._d._f. Regarding hearing and of course vitamins and minerals that would that would help i using if you lose harry and then you have to make sure it's not conductive or neuro sensory hearing loss and if you've got a block and you can have a sinus infection block station tubes and we can fix that then secondly was. It's no century we can do. Regenerative technology and photon peptides red deer velvet bison cetera so you don't need to just say all in all. It's too bad it's over. Aging aging is bisexual. He's unique erectile. Thing aging is by directional. He has a right supplements right nutraceutical. Now <unk> genetic technology can regenerate henrik tissue including hyperbaric oxygen. You know infringe sada minute frequency machine is my new ones arrived by the way and able to generate frequencies. These are amazing so i have one gentleman actually sent an email. Give his name funny this morning. When i heard the message he sent his email he wanted information be never said he was a bunny message so i'll give me email limited. Say you know give number where i can talk to you <hes> or you'll give me his number br. I'll give them a call and i'll say what do you want to know. I mean i've mentioned quite a bit about the information but it's pretty high tech even was talking to doctors..
"louis charles" Discussed on KTOK
"Erin posted by Dana Schwartz my internet watch the guards play their card games she requested a needle and thread from bravery but she was denied to she pulled the frayed edges of the cells wallpaper and wolf with that shredded venture novels over and over again like the travels of captain cook went to were by one of her sympathetic Taylor's the queen still had allies technically there was her family in Austria but her mother Maria to race was long dead and her brother the next time per salsa de now on the throne was his son her nephew the boy who had never met his aunt the doomed to queens so far away but there were still loyalists in France those who try to imagine ways the queen could escape to freedom a former military officer Alexandra to remove it this did queen and her cell and dropped a single red carnation at her feet inside the tightly packed petals there was this tiny curled inside the note had a plan for skate the guards could be private and the queen could be spirited away in the carriage to the home of an ally and then on to Germany all the we needed to do was to use and needle Kerr answer in one of the petals of a flower for the plan had even begun it was foiled a guard knowing that the queen escaping would cost him his own hand gave the came up the queen was escorted to a deeper more secure dungeon the kind man I'm a shard and her husband were thrown in prison for their lady replaced by another couple grand and brutal none of the small intelligences the queen had enjoyed were to remain if one had bothered to look at the car nation after all that they would have seen the queen's answer her response to some self proclaimed heroes escape attempt that had ended up costing her final bids freedom in tiny letters with the pen the queen had punctured the letters of the word negative and Marie Antoinette was finally brought in for gasps from the ground they knew the queen from listening for trade candy that was circulated cheeks bruised hair stacked she was drawn as a harpy sometimes or silly flamboyant ostrich the woman before them was hardly recognizable in the year and a half she had been in prison her hair had come where reading gray her eyes lay flat cheeks were sunken and her hands travel she was dressed all in black it is simple trust that had been mended over and over a shock of the crowd did not mean mercy her husband had been given time to prepare a case with the lawyers as if he might have been declared innocent there is no similar show of fairness for the queen one by one the case against her was listed that she had manipulated her husband the two passed along information to Austria communicate form to sabotage the internet no expression until the court final accusation on the confession of her son we charge queues sexual abuse channel laid with him in bed and tossed the internet's composure range from the woman became fire one of the jurors turn to the core Hughes has not responded to the facts regarding please Marie Antoinette and if I have no it is because in the church refuses to respond to such a charge laid against a mother her eyes scanned across the entire courtroom mad and desperate and determined I appeal to all mothers who may be present a murmur went through the court for the first time in the entire trial the women in the room seemed to soften they looked he trained hard as a clenched fist begin to unfurl but it was too late branch when it was guilty of being Marie Antoinette and so she was sentenced to death by guillotine by the all male jury like her first day on an island in the middle of the rind so many years ago Marie Antoinette also began being stripped down Marie Antoinette had not known when your trial and her death would come so she wore black continually so she would meet her lord in proper mourning for her husband the morning of her death her guards forced her to change into a simple white frock she begs for them to leave her to changing privacy but they refused they were signed to watcher and so under the eyes of men who hated her Marie Antoinette shed her morning clothes put on one either the guards nor internet knew that white not black is actually best store color for French queens to morning she asked to relieve herself the guards did not respond into the queen squatted Warner as they watch and then this time characters not gilded valve it was a cart cage when the queen sat facing for guard shouted choose to face the opposite way her back to the horses she sat in the open so the crowd could spit on her cabbages she passed the night before she had written letters to her family your daughter she sends her love and instructions to care for her brother to her son reminder to heed his father's words that he would never avenge their deaths this advice would prove unnecessary Louis Charles would die two years later of prison fever my internet has also written to our sister in law Elisabeth asking her to forgive Louis Charles for his testimony in court forgive him to your sister to give his age and how easy it is to make a child one one things he doesn't understand the queen's famous hair was cut short the team's journey easier as Marie Antoinette stepped on the platform of her execution she added her final she had stepped on the executioners by mistake I'm sorry Sir she said he did not the blade came down in the in breast from handkerchief in blood the room extra bodies guards died in the attacks on the palaces bodies of people would be fresh to death fireworks celebrations for wedding to the prince nearly a quarter of a century before the mass grave for that very prince who became King Louis the sixteenth was himself into the queen was among her people a young woman named Marie crest was also imprisoned in the revolution Marie had once been the art tutor king Louise little sister Elizabeth for site and it was thought she was still a royalist to prove her loyalty to the revolution the young woman sculptor was brought to the grass with Marie Antoinette had remained still on took the bloody head in her lap meet a wax sculpture of it just like the one she had made for the dead king Louie and for the murder of the revolution when the resolution was over and regressed helps made through a lot she got married and began touring car wax sculptures around here eventually she made it to England and open a permanent exhibition on the second story building on Baker Street her husband Frank remained in France that Marie continue to use the surname the name that came associate one of the most popular tourist attractions of all time damn too so one is a co production of I heart radio an error in making the show was written and hosted by Dana Schwartz and produced by Aaron making Frederick Alex willing and forever young.
"louis charles" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Friend. See, that's when you. Chuck, chuck. Skokie sucky. Might be masturbate. They take that time getting rid of sucky. Leave me. Think did something. If you know something, you'd better, tell me. Buddy, can connect to and control. Chucky. Visit toy could be anywhere. Link cars. We have to stop him. The. Oh shit. He can give. Oh, gee Chucky run for his money, and on top of that, you know, that old Chuckie he couldn't he couldn't actually control. You thermostat. Telepathic Chucky, Chuck, it couldn't control your TV and Tate change the channel for you. Well, he could if you got a missteps. Oh, no, no, no. We don't want that shit by. Do you won't Chucky plugged into the system? We want Chucky online all the time Serey. That's right. That's what it is right here, it is buddy because with this new Chucky that we got. There's new Chucky is it's kind of a combination of, of the Terminator in an iphone app. You know what you think about it? And I gotta say before we get into this. I am a fan of child's play in some Louis Charles play series. Not all of them. In those movies have always had sort of since humor, to them, even the first one, the first one was more after the first one. The first one was more of a of, of lethal har-, but even then Chucky, you know, what his jokes and everything Chucky was as serious as they were trying to beat. Chucky was just kind of a paint sized free. Krueger right down to the striped shirt. Yeah. Yeah. And everybody knows the story is, you know, this is the one where the soul of a killer, whose voiced by Brad Dorf, the voice of a killer, is I'm sorry, the soul of a killer through voodoo is actually put into a kid's toy because he shot by the police, and before he bleeds out he dies. He transfers his soul into this toys. Now, you'd think any self, you get a second chance in life. You think that, well you know what? Maybe term life around actually trying to do some good days. No, no. I got a second chance. Someone's take lives chance to take more biscuit. Lots of what I'm best at doing. And in that with this one is just like it looks. You got this. You got this, this doll toil, which functions as an app for pretty much your smart home. I can't help is the future of what but he seems to be plugged into a lot of things this company. Kaplan, netted produces apparently is a company that has kind of infiltrated society sort of like Google.
"louis charles" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Wow, that family just took a beating from you what you say as family, that's don't own fantasy right of China. That's how bad another fam- put Nacho cheese on a on a big platform to I mean, imagine if somebody's just attacking Borelli's right now, there they do tack, rallies. Some guys you when we were walking the day, some guy sets worse food I've ever had. And we had he was gonna fight him. We had. Like that guy. That guy that was the only comedy made. We're ever had breaking was like, huge serious. I didn't like the fact that they put the Nacho cheese on the pizza. I thought that was really weird. Yeah. I don't like that. I have never what else we have a bunch of other places anybody ever goes say Louis Charles area for tallies. My favorite pizza ever. We had one really good one with the hell was the name of it was, oh, man shit that, that sucks Macher member. That's sick. That's sick. All right. Because I would have been the best place that NBA again. This is the crew to break down the raptors win. One last night. Todd went out to believe ACL's every toward. Yep. Wall off reports that he said, I'll you know I'll be back in two minutes. They took him in the locker room the tourney tornado again Klay Durant has gone next season. It's just Steph, the whole time, Stephan Draymond. I mean, the earliest for them is what like nine months. Yeah. Was interact on anyways other way. I the only thing that shocked me was the complete fuck up of the league to let the end the end of the game go the way it did. Because we know knew what was going on. We figured the raptors one it was like fifteen minutes it felt like before they could celebrate. So that was kind of a letdown. Classic basketball refuses to let games. End can ask you or what? Always you guys always hate on the NBA. Because you say you wash last five minutes you know who's gonna win. You think it's either going to be the Golden State Warriors, 'cause they're dynasty or it's going to be a LeBron led team isn't this the type of the win that you would like like the rather trial? Raptors of the NBA champions. That is something no one saw coming. Yes. It's awesome. That's like, but I you guys should be liking this more than anybody because the biggest critique you guys have is we just know what's gonna happen at the beginning of the season. Nobody saw the rafters win in the and the fact that they made the move right? Like they made crazy aggressive moves to basically say, we're going to try to get a championship fuck and paid off. Co I can just leave now he won a title. They was a rental it was a big risk, because he had the quad injury and San Antonio. And then he just carried the team to a title. This is what you guys should be loving. I am. And I've been saying I thought I was one of the I think the only one on this pallet said at the beginning of the series, and when it was, I think, three two after three to I said, I think the raptors are absolutely gonna win the series said that about last night's game and thought they would absolutely win. But what I love about it. Is essentially like win win when I started hating or not like it was like when the when Miami was dominating because their fans weren't into at all they couldn't shitless. It was like the first real like super team of that time..
"louis charles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In that sense. And also then in the negative emissions applications, which would mean taking carbon dioxide from the air and blocking it in some way, either putting it underground or in some sort of a solid form the BBC's Matt McGraw reporting from climb works. In geneva. Well, a while back. I spoke to Louis Charles communications manager for that firm to get a bit more detail. Exactly how the technology worked does a big fan, and that's drawing ambient in inside the collector, we have filter material CO two molecules stick to the filter material once sense saturated we heat it and the CO two molecules unstick can then be collected and delivered and concentrated come down side. Right. How many of those would you need to be capturing CO two what an industrial scale, I'm inclined works already capturing on an industrial scale. So in Switzerland. Last year, we built the world's first commercial direct. I kept to plant, and that we have eighteen of these CAT collectors capturing around nine hundred tons of CO two annually in Iceland. Also, we're capturing tier two from the air. We pump it underground where it's mineralized right at the moment who is paying. Thing for these pilot projects. So the large plant we have in Switzerland, the greenhouse that's receiving the captured CO two they pay I here to right? It's being collected on a commercial basis. It's not government government-subsidized. Both is currently a mix. Right. I mean, this is the key questions. It's economics of all of this. You're getting obviously, a substantial amount of government backing within the EU, which of course, has big bursaries for this kind of thing. The United States has now introduced new tax credits hasn't it for carbon capture technologies like this. How much has that changed the game for your tech? It has changed the game significantly in climax founded in two thousand nine and especially that initial period of research and development that went into Eck up to technology that was fundamental, but we now since last year having built the first commercial plants. What the customer is willing to pay for the Coptic DOT also comes into play. Yeah. But that's the key question. Because I mean, we had this point didn't we a few years ago, for example, with solar power that he was maybe twice as expensive as fossil fuel based energy. Then the economics the metrics changed as the pricing came down. And now we have this tip over point where photovoltaic energy can be cheaper than fossil fuel based energy. I mean, when do you reach that shifting point because right now, you're depending heavily on subsidies. I mean, we do I see a very very similar thing happening today. Dirck air capture technology in once we build larger plans to build more plants than through economies of scale the costs will reduce why catch carbon from the air like this. I mean, why isn't it baps the most of the way simply doing it at source power stations. If you were to stick it in the chimney of a power station, you presumably you're getting carbon rich waste right there. Which is the best place to be removing it. Yes, right. We need both. And what's different about Derek deck up technology is that you're capturing CO two. That's already been emitted into the atmosphere. The reason IPCC report concludes that to make that one and a half or two degree global warming target everything we can to reduce emissions even if we stopped emitting tomorrow that would not be enough. We still would not hit those targets. So on top of that. We also need to actively remove CO two from the air. I'm not swear dark backup to comes in Louis. Charles. Clime works here on business daily from the BBC climax is not of course, the only company working in this space others like it are also focusing on using this carbon removal kit to create alternative zero energy fuels, basically using atmospheric carbon dioxide to make synthetic natural gas and petrels there's is even another way that carbon could be extracted in organically, untold. And that's by the use of subterranean minerals known as Altron Mayfield. Rox Stephen Karla professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at Princeton University told me about this option. These rocks. If brought into the presence of CO two will absorb it spontaneously and relatively rapidly like within hours or a week or so within a climate beneath the surface that is within human access. There's probably enough to absorb all the CO two from the atmosphere like a thousand times over so you literally could just dig down expose. These rocks, and they would somehow transform atmospheric CO two what into a kind of crystalline form that would. Yeah. Around the roads into a carbonate mineral that is crusting all over the rocks. You could do it by digging up rocks grinding it up exposing it to the atmosphere. Or you could do it by pushing the co two into the ground where it could be absorbed by the surfaces, and this is almost unexplored where is your greatest sense of optimism with any of these technologies. Well, I do think that direct air capture has progressed from a fringe idea to one in which there is a lot of commercial activity now. If we can get a market started almost anywhere in the world where governments could subsidize direct air capture at a rate that would cause a group of firms to compete over that market. Then that structure has a track record of being able to reduce prices, the spectacular drop in prices for wind and solar electricity that happened over multiple decades where the result of government subsidies that created a market and the firms competed with one another and they really good at driving costs down. So now, it's the cheapest form of energy we have, and I think that costs would come down to underneath one hundred dollars per tonne of CO two when that translates in petrol terms to something like seventeen Pence a leader. So you can imagine that instead of trying to run our airliners, for instance, off of bio fuels and compete with food production. If we could add seventeen. Pence to a leader of aviation fuel and pull down the two and a half kilograms that burning that fuel is going to release using direct air capture then that collectively has zero impact on the atmosphere. Professor Stephen Carla from Princeton University. Well, given the electric powered airplane does still seem away off many in the carbon capture industry believes that production of carbon neutral aviation fuels could well be the first big market. They need to crack from there. A second one could be big energy storage for Christie grades, for example, using the surplus that solar plants produced during the long days of summer to make synthetic methane that could then be burned to produce electricity in the winter. But the big long term goal is the one that Louis Charles of climb works Nate earlier that is since there's too much carbon in the atmosphere now sometime in the next few decades, we need to start putting it back underground to the big question is to what extent all of this combined with the dead. Desert greening. We described yesterday can make a significant dent on CO, two worldwide can these technologies be scaled up to the required level a man who should know Gideon Henderson. He's professor of earth sciences at Oxford University, and he just shared a high level working group on the effectiveness of carbon removal that technology can be scaled up quite significantly. It's not without its limitations. So the technologies required often water and always significant amounts of energy normally heat. So those make it challenging the big problem with it, though is that it is still very expensive and it still much cheaper to reduce emissions. As far as we possibly can before. We start calling on this direct air capture re to remove the final pieces of emissions that we can't get rid of. I've seen one paper saying that in US dollars. The potential cost of capturing a ton of CO two could be as low as ninety four dollars unless below one hundred dollars some people. Do see that as a the magic number because at that point. It could start to have a kind of commercial viability, but the number you, quote is I think the lowest estimate that's plausibly been published so far even if the technology can get down to ninety four US dollars that's still expensive compared to many of the schemes. We have for emissions reductions like switching more of our energy production to renewables or even relying on carbon capture and storage at the power station when you're burning fossil fuels hardheaded people that will say when they the one way or another whatever the tools, we use our it's going to need shifting incentives. It's going to actually need the mechanisms of the market to make it happen. Because governments frankly, do not like to introduce expensive or things that cost their budgets a lot. And if that's the case, then is it going to be a case of introducing new government gled- pricing incentives around carbon. Yes. In a nutshell. I don't think you have to be very hard headed to realize that no big industry is going to spring up to do this just on a voluntary basis or out of the goodness of their heart people and companies will have to see a way which they can make some money from this process, and that would involve some sort of incentive it could be a tax on carbon. It could be an incentive for burying carbon in geological formations under the ground, which is tied to extraction of fossil fuels in the first place. But I think it is clear that they will have to be government action to incentivize the removal of SIA to forget to do it at large-scale, professor Gideon Henderson, many experts go even further than him nowadays saying that this embryonic carbon removal offers a mere drop in the bucket compared to the types of CO two cutting. We need to see there may also be a moral argument going on here in promoting carbon removal tech. All we letting those polluting drilling burning companies out there off the hook. Hook last week two major oil firms Occidental Petroleum and Chevron caught the international I taking an equity stake in another carbon removal company, carbon engineering and Canada. It did prompt the question that I posed to professor Stephen, but Karla whether such benches were just offering a fig-leaf for oil companies to carry on drilling, the moral hazard problem to which usually expressed is that if you provide government that wants to procrastinate on cutting say fossil fuel us with the possibility that it's going to become ever cheaper to offset fossil fuel use with atmospheric c o two removal in the future than it gives them an excuse to procrastinate further, and that's real right? The group that I chaired for two years discussed this moral hazard at virtually every meeting that we had if you take a dispassionate look at the scale of the carbon and climate. Problem though, and the capacity of negative emissions technologies to address it what you very quickly. Discover is that we could use everything we've got and it wouldn't be enough. That's the problem. The reason that the negative emissions technologies are talked about so much is that deploying mitigation technologies as rapidly as we can still gonna leave us with more than the Paris goals amount of warming. And so in that sense there isn't a moral hazard because there's no incentive for a rational person to procrastinate. I for one think that anything that can be brought to bear on this problem needs to be brought to bear on it. I think it's the signature problem of the up and coming generation, and they're going to need everything they've got to fight it. So we're picturing huge machines sucking air filtering out CO two within it. But if you think about all of the trillions gazillions of tons of CO two spread around the atmosphere. It's going to take an awful lot. I mean, a gigantic volume of machines like that just to make a dent presumably on atmospherics. Everything we're talking about is enormous. We're talking about replacing the world's energy infrastructure that alone. Means covering our coastlines offshore with wind turbines. It means photovoltaic arrays on every building it just all over the place, and it's a huge industry to do that sort of thing. This is the signature challenge for a generation if it weren't big it wouldn't be the signature challenge. Professor Stephen, but Karla of Princeton. That's it for this edition of business daily. Remember, you can hear it all again as a podcast along with yesterday's program..
"louis charles" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Good talking with Jason thanks as it sought to host the twenty twenty Olympics Japan billed itself as a drug free sports haven now with the games less than two years away. The country has announced a new anti-doping initiative here. CBS news reporter Lucy craft in Tokyo over the last year, several Japanese athletes have been caught using banned substances. The scandals have prompted Japan to set up an independent organization to create an oversee anti-doping tests for the twenty twenty games. A woman accused of tampering with strawberries in Australia and a story that made headlines around the world had her first quarter appearance. Fifty-year-old Trine former employees if a fruit packing plant was opposed of interest from day one of the investigation, she's accused of inserting needles into strawberries over a workplace grievance. It's a fairly unique investigation chief investigator John wacko says it was a bizarre time consuming case that consumed so many investigators we reached counterparts true extra. Fifty year old remains behind bars. Scott for CBS, news, Brisbane, Australia. It was a celebration fit. Foreign almost king Wednesday. Soldiers fire traditional gun salutes in London to celebrate the seventieth birthday of Prince Charles. Westminster abbey. Bells rang in his honour. Happy birthday, Charlie many more Royal aides released new family portrait's to Mark the occasion, the photo show Prince Charles with life, Camilla sons Prince William, and Harry, their wives Kate and Megan and his grandchildren. Six year old prince George three year old Princess, Charlotte and six month old Prince Louis, Charles Prince, Charles is next in line to the British throne and has been for sixty seven years longer than any other Royal Air. He's going to get his turn. And he's going to do a good job because the wisdom over the years birthday celebrations for Prince Charles have been taking place for the past month camping with Wednesday's private tea party here at Buckingham Palace hosted by his mom the Queen. It's been a busy year for the Royal in may Prince Charles watches American daughter-in-law, Meghan Markle down the aisle in Windsor. He became a grandfather for the third time. Time with the arrival of Prince Louis and has another grandchild on the way next spring. If his parents are any indication Prince Charles has many more birthdays ahead of him, his mother Queen Elizabeth is ninety two and his father Prince Philip is ninety seven when Baumgartner CBS news London. Coming up learning..
"louis charles" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Good talking with Jamison. Hey, thanks as it sought to host the twenty twenty Olympics Japan billed itself as a drug free sports haven now with the games less than two years away. The country has announced a new anti-doping initiative here. CBS news reporter Lucy craft in Tokyo over the last year, several Japanese athletes have been caught using banned substances. The scandals have prompted Japan to set up an independent organization to create an oversee anti-doping tests for the twenty twenty games. A woman accused of tampering with strawberries in Australia, and a story that made headlines around the world had our first quarter appearance. Fifty year old Maya Trina, former employees if a fruit packing client was opposed of interest from day one. If the investigation she's accused of inserting needles into strawberries over a workplace grievance. It's affiliate investigation chief investigator, John Wacker who says it was a bizarre time consuming case that consumed so many investigators we reached counterparts through extra the fifty. Remains behind bars Scott moment for CBS, news, Brisbane Australia. It was a celebration fit. Foreign almost king Wednesday. Soldiers fire traditional gun salutes in London to celebrate the seventieth birthday, a Prince Charles. Westminster abbey. Bells rang in his honour. Happy birthday, Charlie many more. Royal aides released new family portraits to Mark the occasion the photo show. Prince Charles with wife, Camilla sons Prince William, and Harry, their wives Kate and Megan and grandchildren. Six year old prince George three year old Princess, Charlotte and six month old Prince Louis, Charles Prince, Charles is next in line to the British throne and has been for sixty seven years longer than any other Royal Air. He's going to get his turn. And he's going to do a good job because the wisdom over the years birthday celebrations for Prince Charles have been taking place for the past month capping off with Wednesday's private tea party here at Buckingham Palace hosted by his mom the Queen. It's been a busy year for the Royal in may Prince Charles walked his American daughter-in-law. Megan Markle down the aisle in Windsor. He became a grandfather for the third time. Time with the arrival of Prince Louis and has another grandchild on the way next spring. If his parents are any indication Prince Charles has many more birthdays ahead of him, his mother Queen Elizabeth is ninety two and his father Prince Philip is ninety seven when Baumgartner CBS news London. Coming up learning..
"louis charles" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Good talking with Jamison, thanks as it sought to host the twenty twenty Olympics Japan billed itself as a drug free sports haven now with a games less than two years away. The country has announced a new anti-doping initiative here. CBS news reporter Lucy craft in Tokyo over the last year, several Japanese athletes have been caught using banned substances. The scandals have prompted Japan to set up an independent organization to create an oversee anti-doping tests for the twenty twenty games. A woman accused of tampering with strawberries in Australia, and a story that made headlines around the world had our first-quarter appearance. Fifty year old Maya Trina, former employees a fruit packing plant was opposed of interest from day one of the investigation. She's accused of inserting needles into strawberries over a workplace grievance. A fairly unique. Investigation. Chief investigator Joan Wacker who says it was a bizarre time consuming case that consumed so many investigators we reach counterparts throughout Australia. The fifty year old remains behind bars. Scott Maidment for CBS, news, Brisbane, Australia. It was a celebration fit. Foreign almost king Wednesday. Soldiers fire traditional gun salutes in London to celebrate the seventieth birthday of Prince Charles. Westminster abbey. Bells rang in his honor. Happy birthday, Charlie many more. Royal aides released new family portraits to Mark the occasion, the photo show Prince Charles with life, Camilla sons Prince William, and Harry, their wives Kate and Megan and his grandchildren. Six year old prince George three year old Princess, Charlotte and six month old Prince Louis, Charles Prince, Charles is next in line to the British throne and has been for sixty seven years longer than any other Royal Air. He's going to get his turn. And he's going to do a good job because the wisdom over the years birthday celebrations for Prince Charles have been taking place for the past month capping off with Wednesday's private tea party here at Buckingham Palace hosted by his mom the Queen. It's been a busy year for the Royal in may Prince Charles watches American daughter-in-law, Meghan Markle down the aisle in Windsor. He became a grandfather for the third time. Time with the arrival of Prince Louis and has another grandchild on the way next spring. If his parents are any indication Prince Charles has many more days ahead of him, his mother Queen Elizabeth is ninety two and his father Prince Philip is ninety seven when Baumgartner CBS news London. Coming up learning. What it takes to be a modern Mary Gary poppies for the first time to manny's male nannies. Graduated on the CBS news weekend round. WBZ news time to forty eight with traffic.
"louis charles" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"Ask you, I read someplace, didn't we Jennifer, that employment unemployment here is basically in Elkhart is basically zero and that they're looking for almost ten thousand people that come to work here is that is that an accurate where I think the actual is about two point, one percent that's I guess, in the region. But yeah, but you know, I think there's five percent of the people that don't wanna work anyway. So once you get under five percent, I think you're pretty much at full capacity. But yeah, there there are a number of tech centers in town that are also training right now like welders and and people like that to work in the factories and and in conjunction with the manufacturers. They're going back to the high schools. Like when I was in school, I haven't told you my age when I was in high school, we used to have machine shop and auto shop. Things, things like that would would shop and they've kind of got away from that. Now they're going back to it to teach because college is not for everybody. So they're trying to teach these young people coming out at high school, the skills that they need to work in in the factories. Well, it is a BoomTown. It is BoomTown, and because of the RV industry there'll Sarah, thank you for making us feel welcome here at the RV hall of fame and we can't wait to start taking video and okay show could add one more thing about the museum though. Yeah, plead, I didn't mention we. We have a number of famous units in there, not just old units, but going back into the thirties when Mae west used to work in vaudeville and paramount studios wanted her to get into to the movies. They made a motorhome dressing room for her so she could go on the site and and kind of have her own little space there. So that's in our museum. And we have. See who's the guy that flew the spirit of St. Louis. Charles Lindbergh's personal unit is in here as well, and and so it's it's not just old RV's it in the road that you wonder through. Kind of takes you up from nineteen thirteen up to the nineteen eighty five's. And then we have a section that's gorving they have five thousand square feet. It's new RV so you can see the old and the new in the same place. We can't wait to cut and save. This is finished recording this podcast. We're out there. There'll thank you so much for being our guest. Okay. You're welcome to spend my pleasure. All right. We have much much more for you including a look at some really neat new technology that was introduced at the show by road track. We'll have interview and a report on that and much more. But I, let's check out the news of the week. Mike, Scott news RV views the information at trans that shape the lifestyle. Usually the RV use of the week and other sad story of someone dying at a national landmark while taking a selfie made the news last week, this time, the location was Michigan's pictured rocks, national lakeshore, the victim, a California woman who was solo, hiking the north country trail and pause to take a selfie on a two hundred foot cliff. Overlooking lake superior. The woman apparently slipped fell into the lake and died to kayakers witness the accident and brought her to shore, but she was dead at the scene. So sad or we, we've been there north country shore rate at that spot and it's a long, long way down. And we've seen it other places people to take. Cking terrible chances all for a selfie. Yeah, scary stuff. Yeah. Because when you're taking a selfie, you're not thinking about your feet. No. Then you're trying to get that background just right. Oh, I it very sad. Very sad. Hey, we've been reporting for some time about the maintenance backlog in our national parks because of shortages in the federal budget. But a story I saw last week was the first I have read of towns near popular tourist destinations, taking local tax dollars that would normally fund roads, police or fire, and instead giving it to the federal government to pay for federal land expenses. Well, the story focused on Vail Colorado, which is setting aside one hundred twenty thousand dollars to pay US forest service employees to monitor federal trails and campgrounds and discussed several other cities throughout the country who are also taking the local. Payer money and want to pay for federal Landcare. So kind of everybody chipping in helping out with that. That's good deal..
"louis charles" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"At six ten Saint Louis county council members moved to hold back five million dollars that would have gone toward transit security. They say both metro in county police haven't shown much if any progress. To the initial vote for the withholding was unanimous council, chairman Sam page saying he and his colleagues are beyond disappointed at metro and county police force still not communicating councilwoman. Colleen Walker says they'll fund six months of security, but are holding back on the full year because well, the current way isn't working. To pause and appropriate half of the requested monies for security, so appropriate six months of that withhold the other six months, which which is five million dollars. And that will allow us time to receive the survey and see what those recommendations are last year. The memorandum of understanding signed between the city Saint Louis county in Saint Clair county was to better cooperate on security. But councilman Ernie declares it's had little if any results Michael Calhoun, NewsRadio and twenty kmox complicated legal battle that could have resulted in South County councilman losing his position is now resolved in Ernie trick is will remain on the Saint Louis county council. He tells us in reaction I had confidence that this would be the result. Am I glad that? It's finally over. Of course, Saint Louis Charles prosecutor, Tim lomar argued trae Kaz deserve to be bumped for providing legal advice to out state, Missouri school districts, but a. A Circuit Judge says that did not violate the county. Charter why was the Saint Charles prosecutor handling a case involving a councilman from across the river. Well, Saint Louis county prosecutor Bob McCulloch, I made the allegation about trae kiss. But then handed it off to a special prosecutor to avoid a conflict of interest. Trachea says he'll continue to operate his law practice and represent clients. Neighbors will hold a candlelight vigil in Wednesfield for the two year old girl struck and killed by an ice cream truck Sunday. This is Carol Daniel neighbor, and friend the Nika back alarm that with the mayor of wins Ville Tuesday, and then called KOMO ex news help getting the word out about tonight's vigil. She says she and other family and friends knew they had to do something. Here is such a sweet little girl, and she has touched the lives in the heart. So many people in our community and our community. Just like the family is grieving none of us can put ourselves in their situation. And we just really wanted to do something to touch the family and show them. How much we love and support them. And we're here for them back alarm. Says she hopes by gathering together. The vigil will help in the healing. It will be held tonight at seven in heartland park on William dear Berg drive at the angel. Mom's memorial it will last until nine this weekend. You'll have a chance to help a former Saint Louis police officer who was shot by one of his fellow officers, Milton. Green was shot in permanently taken off the force by a colleague who didn't recognize him. Green was helping with a pursuit that ended in his neighborhood. The officer arrived after Green's identity was established sergeant Heather Taylor. Head of the city's African American police union the ethical society of police says he can't work extra jobs to pay for things as kids need for anybody on. This department did have children you're probably working overtime or you're working a secondary jobs to offset some of your expensive the fundraiser happens. This Sunday from one to six PM at Monterey cigar lounge on south floor sent in Ferguson, Alex Stegman, NewsRadio eleven twenty cable Molex as stronger, Saint Louis county smoking. Dan proposition is being removed from the November. Ballot. A judge booted a proposal that would remove exemptions for casinos and more than ninety bars under the current band last week a Saint Charles county judge blocked a similar similar no exemption plan from the ballot. Kmox news time is six zero seven Missouri's being called one of the worst states in the nation. When it comes to a proliferation of roadside billboards. The man saying the knows what he's talking about. He's president of the group scenic America Mark foul zone. It's one of the worst. When it comes to the number of billboards is a high number billboards in Missouri, especially when you compared to the number of miles of highways foul zone says the Missouri arm of his group actually tried to get legislation passed to cut down on the number of billboards..
"louis charles" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Eight oh. Five Randy's hours than Maryland farmer fighting the government of being forced to Ed vitamins to his milk is with us Eddie fifteen from ABC. News it's Rick client at eight thirty five Legat Montgomery County executive with us at eight thirty, five Chuck Montgomery County proposal the, Amazon Mary, Walter Vince. Colonies good, morning talk about the president's America first agenda and what's in the interest of the United States in immigration usually comes to the top of that list because he thinks that the immigration system needs to be reformed any everything from getting rid of the diversity visa, lottery too limiting chain, migration so that people who merit coming to the country can't bring in a lot of, people but they can bring in some and also moving to a system that focuses on. Merit and that last point merit to the meritocracy is at the center of yet another controversy for the Trump. Administration Yesterday as news started coming out that, from NBC that they're in the final stages of creating a plan to to make it. A little bit more challenging for legal immigrants who use any form of welfare. To obtain citizenship or green cards Did you here. Being hey, if you're going to go on the public dole as illegal immigrant, that should be considered when we decide whether or not to extend Greek green cards to you or, citizenship of any kind that's the Trump administration's reported move, here and I I heard that this yesterday as this was? Developing at that well doesn't that make? Sense that we assess the value of any given? Particular, immigrant to the, United States whether. Or not they add to the sum, total basically what's the deal for you and what's the deal for me what can we do for each other and why is that unreasonable to have that consideration well for some people it's totally unreasonable I saw yesterday an MSNBC producer tweet many people's worst fears realized Because Stephen Miller the president's adviser is involved in making this happen apparently they say the Stephen. Miller is next target. Legal immigrants as if this hasn't been happening for a while as as. If the Trump administration hasn't been saying for a while the legal immigration system. Is out of control that there needs to be some, fixes particularly on his, first, points diversity visas and chain migration chain migration accounting dominant numbers of, people coming into the United States the diversity visa lottery is literally hey your name popped up in our system you get. To come in as next to nothing. To do, nothing to do with whether or not you merit immigrating into the, United States so this is the story from NBC and they it's interesting there's there's some weird parts, to the story which is almost like this embassy, even, realize how silly this sounds but here it is the Trump? Administration is expected to issue a proposal? In the coming weeks they'll make it harder for? Legal, immigrants to become, citizens or get. Green cards if they've ever used, a, range of popular public welfare Programs including ObamaCare four sources with knowledge of the plan told NBC news the move which would not need congressional approval Is part of White House senior adviser Stephen Miller's plan to limit the number of migrants who obtained legal status in the US each year based on a recent draft seen last week of the rulemaking here and, described NBC news, immigrants living, legally in the US we have ever used or who's household members have ever used, ObamaCare children's, health insurance food stamps and other benefits could be hindered, from obtaining, legal status in the United States All right. So they're basically saying look if you went on the public dole for any reason maybe it's going. To be a problem for, you if, you're trying to pursue some sort. Of more permanent residency in the United States so I first. Reactions Mary good thing bad thing I think that having standards for immigration. Excuse me is a good thing and this idea and I was just looking it up on my grandparents came to this country they had to have a sponsor to. Make sure that they would not become dependent on the system they had. To have. Jobs guaranteed jobs and they once they became citizens and even before obvious before they wouldn't it, be him, citizens they were barred from collecting any kind of welfare for for several years it was time limit from which they were barred after becoming citizens that they were barred from collecting any kind of any kind of welfare program despite getting their citizenship so I think that this is probably a, step in the, right direction, you're right when you get when we have this lottery is just a name You may not be able to contribute a darn thing. To society but come on over you've won the lottery and we're gonna take care of you for the rest of your life while you're at eight bring the family. Well the the NBC news report leans on a guy by the name. Of Louis. Charles and this report you always got to pick a sob story Here he has many or they say the following many are like Louis Charles he's a Haitian green holder seeking citizenship who despite working up to eighty. Hours, a week as a? Nursing assistant? Has, had to use public programs to support his disabled. Adult daughter using some public, benefits like. Social security insurance is already hindered immigrants from obtaining legal status in the past but the programs including the recent draft plan could mean, that immigrant households earning as much as two hundred and fifty percent of the poverty level could be rejected now who is this guy Lewis Charles well the story gets. Into him a little bit later they saved him visit interesting biographical details and here they are knowing that no one will agree that, far I did and here's what I discovered that I figured Charles comma the Haitian green card holder who works as, a nursing assistant in, a psychiatric hospital near Boston said he was stunned to learn his application for citizenship had been denied he had used, a fake passport. Given, to him by smugglers when he entered the US from Haiti in one thousand, nine, hundred mile but. Confessed border officers and received a waiver from Absolving him of his wrongdoing and allowing him to obtain a. Green card two thousand eleven wait a second pass came illegally why is this guy sob story in your story about how horrible Stephen, Miller is for limiting legal immigration his story is He had used a fake passport given to him by smugglers. When he entered the United States from. Haiti in one, thousand nine hundred eighty nine so he used whatever money he had to pay. Smugglers, to bring him here illegally, and now he doesn't have, enough money, to make ends meet in this country so we should give him our. Money now fifty. Five. Charles is a homeowner and. Taxpayer thought obtaining citizenship would be a smooth process quote I thought in this country everything was square and? Fair Charles said And the streets are, paved with gold he's looking. For fairness He came in under a fraudulent passport and. He's, shocked that the government? Has extended citizenship to him yet now what, about his daughter does his, daughter get benefits because she's disabled I. Bet you she does I'm willing to bet she does when he went. For his citizenship interviewing August two thousand, seventeen the US CIS officers told them they were going, to revisit the decision to waive the fake passport incident meaning he. Could potentially lose his green card as well then he received. A, letter in September telling him his request for citizenship. Had been denied quote, I was devastated and I'm not sure exactly why they did it, I did everything they asked me to well except arrive legally yeah except for that part except for the initial step everything else was legal the Trump administration take another run at this reportedly, we'll see. They'll they'll they'll announce it when they're ready to. NBC news says this. Is coming in the next few weeks and I'm sure we'll get. Yet another, riveting and, totally honest debate about the subject seven.
"louis charles" Discussed on Manager Tools
"Yeah, I can't tell you how many times I've had this conversation in my career with directs or directs of directs like, why are you making me do this? Why do we have to spend the weekend to do this time and time again? Yeah. So next time we need something. We have something to trade. It's called reciprocity. Look it up. Yeah, get over yourself. Now let me make an analogy here because I brought up. I alluded to Silicon Valley and the software industry and so on, and I want to address something that's probably creep around in the back of some of your minds if you're thinking it. Yes, the growth of the software industry generally as nominee forget his name. I love this guy. Kessler Andy Kessler wrote many years ago in the Wall Street Journal software is eating the world. The growth is software industry has to some degree has beleaguered these lines a little bit. When I give you an example about machining or about capital, some of the people who are listening to us. Who are in software development or even technologically more broadly are going. That's not actually the way it is. You know, manufacturing non hard goods is less problematic than machining steel. For instance, you don't need to source Steeler get special tooling modifications in style, right? Okay. But this is still a fundamental truth guys and don't miss this. The example we use. I could easily change it to a technological one, and I encourage one of you to write me several of you write me and tell me, hey, here's how that would be translated into my world. I'd love to hear it and I'll be happy to share it with our audience at some point in the future. If you don't see this as a fundamental truth. And if you fixate on the details of our example are a lesser to example, and you then gloss over this, the nature of relationships and therefore politics that's going to be your political and therefore at your career peril. Senior executives in all industries. Every single one of them live with the quote. I think this is normal collaboration, but my organization sees what I'm doing is political compromising, unquote. Now in the software industry, the organizational operational culture versus say, the HR culture. What HR says about the people skews laugh on that scale toward the logic and linear already, rationality factuality. That means that generally whatever ease of product creation and delivery that exists in processes because you don't have as much investment on the front end to been steel as an example is actually offset by an increased insensitivity to the political Mackin Asians necessary for people to collaborate successfully. I see this all the time and technological company then very task. Why? Why are we doing it that way? The right thing to do would have been this folks, your way of seeing the world is not the right way. It's your way we don't see the world the way the world is we see the world the way we are the right way. If you've never been an executive and you're looking up and judge in an executive. Keep it to yourself because once you go there, you'll discover, oh, it's different than what I thought, right. Well, as an old Bassem hind Louise, Charles told me one time, Mike, stop worrying so much about being right, be effective. There you go. Dude, I had Louis Charles in my mind when I was writing this and I had Colonel Tech's era and major duly others who you know who I had very, or Mickey harden as an example in my mind when I was writing this. So, yeah. Absolutely. I'm not gonna play politics. I don't wanna play politics. Yeah, I thought that wants to my peril. This is good a lot of background, but for those who want to be executives, this might be one of the more important podcast. You will hear. It's important to get the your head. I wonder whether or not we ought to change to executive tools, chapter three or something versus politics. Wanna one chapter six. Now maybe maybe it can be in two different places. And don't all you. Sydneysiders forget that. We'll be back in your city, October sixteenth in seventeen twenty eighteen unless you wanna make the trek to Melvyn in twenty nineteen. You ought registered today. Everyone. That's it for this week. We'll continue on this topic next week and let me time aggregrate one. So.
"louis charles" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Yes all right susanna your sixty seconds starts right now multiple choice prince william and kate middleton named their third child what louis charles or rupert louis yes this rapper said cheese taking a break from touring oh okay cure false jersey shores the situation is getting a divorce falsehoods greg this fight club and curie actor except to produce a movie about the new york times yes this all right back to one you pass on this rapper says you taking a break from touring heidi be this play again you have about eight seconds you wanna guess okay no problem you got four hi good bring katie back in from the soundproof booth suzanne studio for thrown under the pressure that was pretty good the fans are working now but they weren't earlier hey how did you get four today could be my day yeah all right all right katie your sixty seconds starts right now multiple choice prince william and kate middleton named their third child what louis charles or rupert louis yes this rapper said she's taking a break from touring cardi b yes true or false the jersey shores the situation is getting a divorce false does correct this fight hub in kyrie actor is set to produce a movie about the new york times all right who sings this mike posing for the win this fight club in fury actor set to produce a movie about the new york times brad yeah great good oh my gosh my heart is racing nice work you do get tickets to read cinemas red cinemas dot com for all.
"louis charles" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"Here's the deal the president of the united states has the constitutional and statutory authority to keep people out of this country you better known that the supreme court is going to affirm that and if the supreme court does in a form that then baby the barn doors coming down trump has a right to keep people out of this country to keep the american people safe he's got that right the american president has always had that right which is why it pisses me off again this week that another court this week blocked trump's travel ban if the supreme court of the united states does not all poll donald trump's travel ban then bring on the revolution now that i will grab my musket and i will march to the united states supreme court and you better be march in with me from tennessee and texas and florida and california wherever they're all are if this supreme court there's not a poll donald trump's travel ban then then let me tell you something all hell is going to break loose that luke be liberal leftist ninth circuit court op held the block keane of trump's travel ban so now well we've had the fourth circuit court and we've had the ninth circuit court both rule against trump's travel ban and and i i want you to know i'm still gonna say what i've said before let's just go let's just get this damn thing to the supreme court let's get to the supreme court now and i believe if i do believe that once it gets to the supreme court i i i cannot fathom how the united states supreme court will not up paul trump's travel ban because and listened to me all you stupid liberals around the country listened to me the president has the constitutional and the statutory authority to decide who comes in to this country and who doesn't it's it's just not a close call but let me i go to charles and st louis charles thanks for hanging out yard on i'm good brother fire away now i'm ready to hamburg eva braun bear no crowd long of colloquial crybaby rainbow you know you are you fear fear far you know you grauhar here uh you know breaker in a row thank.