20 Burst results for "Maidment"

Dr. Seuss Books Are Pulled, and a ‘Cancel Culture’ Controversy Erupts

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:08 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Seuss Books Are Pulled, and a ‘Cancel Culture’ Controversy Erupts

"Protests people with signs and a little bit of chanting and a little bit speaking Nothing like crazy no instead his house on fire or anything like that. No one was firing guns or anything you know team meetings family or disturbing the peace or any of that so now he paints twitter. Our court win the few times. He'll actually say something about it. Yeah he's fearing for his life. Yeah and so so they passed this ordinance in new fields new hampshire which apparently his brother is on the city or the town council michael not a conflict of interest there Who voted for it by the way the brother and the other council members i believe. There's what three i think in total They passed this thing that said there would be no picketing outside of residential houses. I think it was. I don't have the language in front of me but something to that effect so clearly we need to be bringing the consequences to these people and there was actually some interesting discussion at a at a recent meet up. I won't say who it was. That was talking about this. But there was talk about expanding. the visits from. Just the governor's house to a bunch of these worst of the worst state representatives the ones who are sponsoring some of the most tyrannical legislation in regards to this To target them. Because do you only have so many cops now. Obviously there's cops in the towns but there's state police well and it's been the state. Police who primarily have been responding at the governor's house so they bring in all the status from all over the night. You got arrested. It was what at least twenty twenty-five cop i was. I personally was surrounded by twelve to fifteen of there s. Scart officer you know. There's there's swat team or whatever it was there was at least another ten or fifteen officers there. I mean there was a dozen. Cars does more more than twenty four. I would say cops her. What was what nine people. Nine people nine peaceful pete including report out giving people tickets over stupid stuff like lighting candles because they gave us all tickets. All nine of them got tickets so they were giving cleanings over stupid stuff. It was looting traffic violations that you need to other people sure. Yeah yeah yeah. And there was a guy from nhc insider. I think they're the got ticketed. Chris maidment yet are at. You're just telling us last night. That mississippi and texas have completely withdrawn both the mask mandate and business regulations is that right. Yes and alabama soon to join them. Apparently in did. I hear somebody else was as well some some other southern state besides alabama florida didn't really have a mask mandate to begin with. That's true so these are all good good news. Apparently biden's been freaking out about this so course if you wanna congress he has. He's all about the democratic narrative. Which has that masks were you. Can't you even have the leader of the satanic temple. Going off on people telling them he wishes they were dead. Because they're against the mask mandates. Mike you have to respect the authorities here like dude. How dare you call yourself a statement. And you're just blindly following authorities. All of the data and science are

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2020: The year in review

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:05 min | 5 months ago

2020: The year in review

"To look at the year's biggest stories. I was joined by three of the newspapers correspondence on the front line. Reporting the huge events of this year and their effects on the art world and a brady is our market editor. He's a buck is our contemporary correspondent and gareth harris is our chief contributing editor inevitably as we tackle the year's event to major global stories dominated the discussions the coronavirus pandemic and the death of george floyd and the fight for racial justice. I'd like to begin by talking about the effective of covid on the market. And and obviously this is your area of expertise. And i want to begin by talking about the fares. Because in a way they've been the marker of this exponential rise in the market over the last decade but they fail just as suddenly this year. I told me about fares on the covid back in march and sort of early mart taper off maastricht happened and it was kind of happened a week beforehand. It might have been okay and had happened week. Afterwards i think it definitely would have been cancelled and myself a lot of other journalists. Went out again. See the fat and it had very strange kind of atmosphere. He sort of jokingly foot tapping and elba bumping. But i think people sort of thought that something viruses affecting the outside world won't penetrate walls in the champagne and kind of that elite nature is. Shut down an exhibitor had got tested positive covid and after that so many people attend to call the virus at the fair and some of them were really radio and in intensive care and i think that was just a for me. That was kind of big wake-up cool overseas in the uk went into lockdown the us. After that the armory we happen to have the same sort of time but it was. It definitely was a kind of think. Reality shock that this is going to be something that really was can affect all of us. It didn't matter our were or whether you were off a this forest and have any kind of respect for face of mesa foundries and it's just as one said to me. Everything kind of fell off a cliff in late off training. And then you just saw this sort of chain of cancellations volvo fairs. I mean it's fair to say that the the big fairs have had a terrible year right. Yes they even had an awful. Yeah i was thinking back to when we speak russia beginning of the doing a year ahead. Podcasts i remember when i was leaving afterwards sending i think maggie a message saying we didn't mention carina. Virus and thousand mistake is at that point. We were recording sort of sauce january and we of it very much. They'll as an asian problem and a lot of the talk then was about whether autism hong kong was going to be cancelled and it was at the end of january but i think people still thought that it was going to be quite contained a there but after that east be the fence being canceled was knees. Now fast. Going ahead is news. Just the just hasn't really been anything since about much aside from these fares in in shanghai in november which did manage to go ahead that is a different world to rest of the world maidment. And i think we're really going to see any until about late. May next year by the looks of aside from say ought to buy which is saying that it will go ahead and march but whether actually will not very much master of debate gareth. That's why isn't it all. The fares are sort of basically postponing. And then there's going to be this glut of that happened in the middle of twenty twenty one. I mean i think the all world is beginning to think about a return to some kind of post virus malady but that's difficult is just said because the twenty twenty one calendar is looking quite crunchy. Really got balls. The hong kong is the first honor scheduled kickoff next. Mary and yams new york is next summer. So think there's about six or seven major phase in a row so within a few weeks within night mates at that tape off maastricht delayed Home call up. Awesome hong kong freeze. Neil and then our puzzle as well and then freeze. La in july. But we've been here before. Yeah i mean but we saw. The september was going to be back to back this year with fairs. That were delayed for the spring valley summer. They weren't they never actually happened. So i sort of we could be faced with the crunch or we could be faced with nothing at all this weird september. It's really hot today. It's difficult isn't because dealers and clubs helps to prioritize where they're going to go next spring some depending on all sorts of things like a vaccine and all other source of corona sort of things. I mean i just wonder how dealers will where to go. I mean i spoke to dominique levy a few weeks ago. And she said she's going to have to prioritize not would be quite difficult to do but i suppose collectors just itchen allow curator's itching to get back to in real life

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SIXTEEN most dramatic Wimbledon moments from the last decade countdown

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:05 min | 10 months ago

SIXTEEN most dramatic Wimbledon moments from the last decade countdown

"Hello everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the passing shot. This weekend would have marked of course women finals weekend, so what better time to reminisce and think about some of the most dramatic moments from the championships over the last decade came I've got my I've got my strawberries and cream of got my joker. Pim's and yeah, you looking. We're GONNA. Do Little little countdown yet. We are got some Robinson's to go with my with Alpo cost today because I can't find the payments to the back of my cupboard somewhere. But yeah, we've decided that actually. We normally debate moments boat. Many movements from Wimbledon over the past decade that we were kind of looking back through them. We all just H is just know enough say we're kind of doing this in teapot Sixteen. Tell you to, but we're just GONNA cut you the first eight day on and see how. So many to kind of two three. I'm also mentioned as well I. May my all whites as well summer, and getting into kind of like getting into the the women, the Wimbledon Spirit and Yes listeners, thanks for facts again in touch this. We put out to ask you. What are some of your dramatic moments from the uniform cade and we really appreciate you getting in touch. Who knows maybe you'll maidment will appear on the list, but yes, we will, of course say caveats. This is our list. This is purely our opinion. We think it's a pretty good list. There are some moments that you will be familiar with, but we think there are some vitamins I feel that have been you know maybe not. You might not be as familiar with, but yeah, let's get. Let's get into it starting a number sixteen in our countdown, and it's one I guess you know for British fans is a very a memorable I will say a fairytale story where we him back to Twenty-six. On its Marcus Willis and His run from you free. Pre would qualify to qualify to the main draw. To play Roger Federer. Is this more of a Fairytale Jolan Peter Cold winning Wimbledon in the film that we discussed on our lots podcast. Possibly say yeah. I feel like made some of our listeners from like ABC's might not even know of this story. They might even have never heard of Marcus Willis. British fans probably happen until two thousand sixteen. And Yeah. He came through the qualifying say. He was ranked down at like seven, hundred and seventy two in the world. Qualified One always marched and qualifying obviously. And then came up against recalled this baron case of I. Think he's Lithuanian in the first round, beat him. which she data alone is kind of pre. Wow, considering his ranking and the disparity between between the t pies and then. Who Does he then face in the second round, nee wombat reporter federal himself say oversee. That was going to be prime on sensical. And I guess teacups, isn't it? It's kind of like Oh. Marcus got through the second round. So annoying. He's paying federal. He could have a had charges against someone else, but on the other side is the actually if he's going to get through to the second round for like probably the only time in his career, he might as well Gad parents on Sundays go play unites the greatest champion. Wounds ever seen. Yeah. I, be the. The second camp I think if I'M GONNA. Go Out I. Want to go out in style and you know what better way to to go out. To have to have? Time, one of the greatest cross players of all time across across from you of from the net I think the story for me remarkable because the the the ingrained image I have in my head of Marcus Willis is. Is actually before this it wasn't. It's not baby. It was he was on like. He was like on a challenge tour event, and he had like a can of coke and a malls Baugh. One of his matches and Clemente to is like I think the commentator coming here. It was basically called him Kaufman for from South Park. and was like is this. Is this guy for real? Is The guy really heavy like? A cat of kind of self drake. Y-, you know tennis by the challenge, Tour and It just shows think it shows you the just the. It was just crazy the way he went from this sort of you know position where he wasn't really kind of know. Yes, he was talented, but I think he was really applying himself. It shows you I think it's a story that shows you that. If you do apply yourself, incredible things can happen and. You know, he went from literally like. Fee, Butts Four coaching is. Club. Thirty pounds of our lessons. To Yes said. Roger Federer, thank you very

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"maidment" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"How's the weather for you today? Oh, it was great walking in. I don't I brought a jacket just in case because San Francisco, but it's beautiful out here. Sunshine early that marine layer the fog at burn off early today the best I mean, especially when you see the sunset and the aftermath around McCovey cove. It's just a beautiful sight. It's hard to see a lot of time because the games are later. But it's really nice to be able to see that kind of beautiful this morning. Really nice. All right. Allie Williams with us getting us ready for our next guest here. But first of all, let me mention, of course, Michael said. Cadillac. I I've got my lease going. They have the gold key program. The courtesy transportation vehicles that are now out of service the x t five a luxury crossover vehicle twenty nineteen ten or eleven at this price of thirty five hundred dollars cash down to ninety nine a month lease for thirty nine months. Unbelievable by it, really. Isn't it is a Cadillac in? I know I love driving around in mind. It's very comfortable. It's easy. And with all the things that cars do today Cadillac has got all the the computerized screens and all the safety features that's different than when I grew up Cadillac was, you know, the big boat when I grew up, and you didn't ask what do you do? Just what do you drive? And if you said a Cadillac my God. But these are very nice. These are great cars, very comfortable. So Michael said Cadillac absolutely check it out Lindsay Adler was with us. I said Lindsay. Where'd you grow up should Tracy? And I said well that brings me to river islands. The first soccer tournament is this weekend out of river islands. And of course, the master plan community, just east of Tracy and Leith rip the cow youth soccer association. North state Cup tournament starts today. Seventy two elite boys and girls teams, we playing a river islands. The first time the soccer fields have ever been played upon. So, you know, it's going on river all the community is being built up the neighborhoods all the things you can do in northern California. But on the property itself the soccer fields or their next month. The baseball field is going to be in use. But John Doyle who runs the river islands soccer program in nineteen ninety six Major League Soccer defender the year. And it was a World Cup player in nineteen ninety. So well, when I talk about soccer, the professor tomorrow, we'll talk about it some more. But when you're over at river islands, you've got access to that. You can watch the games. That'd be amazing baseball. Games going on there as well. So it is something along with the spot that we do about it and all the the neighborhoods and all the real estate prices in the bay area that why this is a great deal. But there's also a good sports right there to a couple of things about J hap- and help the giants can hit him today as last two as I said of in two good quality starts against the angels in Boston. But against the giants five and San Francisco six starts overall overall. He's won in four with a four eighty earned run average, and even here he's one in three with a four point five. Oh, earned run average. So, you know, you kind of look at those numbers, and you think well, maybe something good can come of it. Now the other side of the coin. And this is why you never know what's going to happen in a baseball game for Derrick Colin these made eleven starts against the Yankees. He's one and seven with a six thirty eight earned run average. Now, you look at the the Yankee hitters who's gonna hit them. You ready for this Cameron Maidment? Yes. Cameron may the one we saw all spring training is now in New York Yankee got a big hit off Bumgarner last night. Cameron Mabon alley take a guess Cameron maven against against how what do you think? I don't know. I'm guessing it's good since you're asking me to guess five for five. Oh, God come on Kevin name and five or five off a Holum. Maybe that's why they signed him when he walked up yesterday. I had no idea and it was a surprise. And then him it was not a good surprise though. And he's thrilled to be here. I talked to him just briefly. Nice. Another another nice nice person in baseball so five for five off a Holland Ursula is oh for two roll my three for six LeMay who hits everybody on the giant street for six Gardner one for six and that is what you got for the Yankees against Holland. So maybe the big boys aren't there? And maybe that'll go to Hollins benefit. Hey, if you down by fisherman's Warf today as Allie said, it's a beautiful San Francisco day, check out left deal, duels, new left these down there. There's a Starbucks giants dugout stores there as well. It's beautiful to walk around fisherman's Warf. But the buffet is there the food is great. I had the Turkey the other day when I. I was down there. They've got the breakfast buffet. They've got the mimosas the Bloody Mary mixes and the bloody Marys, but Nick Bovis has created a beautiful baseball venue that you can enjoy down a fisherman's Warf. So if you're down there today. Absolutely check it out. It's a beautiful day around the bay area and for baseball today. We're gonna have fun. Who knows what hitting is going to happen today? When I give you those numbers of happen. Holland will probably end up with a one nothing game. You know, how this stuff works? All right. More coming up. We're going to talk about Dave Herman wonderful, author is done a very very nice book. And we're gonna talk about him and the Columbus. Yeah. Yankees way back in nineteen Eighty-one almost Yankees. And it's the clippers in the Columbus clippers. Okay. But one of the interesting stories that he did about that era and that team that turned into a legendary team and you'll recognize many of the names. Defect. We'll let him tell the story. We'll do that. When we come back right after this. Talking baseball with mardi Laurie on KNB are six eighty the sports leader. I'm bugged deacon. Giving hold materials. New life is my passion. Helen heretic.

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"maidment" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"I'd like to think I just picking up on your point Natalie. It is intriguing and intriguing and underappreciated fact that asteroids and comets may have been the bringers of life the ingredients of life, but perhaps even life itself, and yet they can also serve as harbingers of doom for the very life that it brought well. And that is causing perspective you've been listening to possibly even watching this episode of star talk. Cosmic queries, asteroids comets addition. I wanna thank Natalie Starkey friend and colleague who went back across the pond. Good luck. In your your new science, teaching exploits at the opening university in the UK and always heavy and how how people find more of you out there. I am stocky start us on Twitter Instagram. Starkey stardust great band from the sixties. And you also one of our star took all stars. I am. Yes. So I have other Shays that you can go and listen to you. I've had about four now. Go some water in the solar system and stroke lot of asteroid staff. I to the malls insight mission, which is actually malls. At the Maidment said as if he thinks he can go check out very good and linked today. Shays in the description. Excellent. Mark your you get around. I get around. I'm on the road every weekend doing road. Again, my comedy stylings and a comedy club near you. And go to Mark Norman comedy dot com. Oh, inciteful and clever and funny. I love what more. Can we ask your for what the world needs today ear big inspiration year? Traffic light tweet. That's a joke. That's a bit. Yeah. I'm obsessed with jokes. And that's a great. Joe tried joking. But it's you know, inciteful and clever and funny. I love what more. Can we ask your for what the world needs today ear big inspiration year? Traffic light tweet. That's a joke. That's a bit. Yeah. I'm obsessed with jokes. And that's a great. Joe tried joking. But it's you know, they don't always land. But I'm coming from. I love it. I love. All right. That's been star talk. I've been your host Neil degrasse Tyson your personal extra physicists. And as always I bid he to keeping.

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"maidment" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"I don't know why they've said put into to fight for the title. He hasn't. He hasn't. Hasn't done. He hasn't done enough. Because. It never fought against final. Okay. He bit a bit a bit Derek, Bruce. But I'm I'm not to fight it. And I bid Derrick rose tries and the second time when the Derek bro had my ice close. I did better the tries and in the second time my eyes close why guide you cut by line. I don't know. But he don't deserve that that that fight for the Dieter. It don't deserve percent, even beating Anderson. You don't think makes him deserving? And the song is out of their rent and out of shape. Wow. Okay. What about Kelvin? That's a real right? See their fight dancer fight against Derrick rose horrified. Right. What about Kelvin because Chris wideman Kelvin, right? Yes forever. He's I guy when I fought in night was sick. But I don't talk about wanna fight. Did the fight was while right close split the season by if you give him that remeasure on a cute guy. Wow. Wow. And what was wrong with you? You said that you were sick before that would happen. I am a problem when I got away the bat I have a vet that I have had a bad week. But. I do my bassin days side also on I believe I won the second. I won that the first and third round there on third right? So okay. So let's say everything goes to plan against you L. There's still a situation where the winner of Kelvin and Israel are going to fight Robert Whitaker. So you're still going to have to even wait after that. Right. Yes. The most. Yes, nobody's you'll have to file here. But I wanna fight in wins fight. I I am prepare for my mind. My body. Mike campus grade, my body's awesome, I'm healthy. And I win. Was was it. Awesome in game. I can't I can't waiting for. I can wait for for my chance. I have brother waiting. I'm waiting for many years run. More. Here's those is not your bad anything. You learn from that I fight against your will that you're going to try to implement in this rematch next month. Yeah. Is his is thirty five by his intelligent five. And I ended prepare my mind and my body for this fight, and I will be and I hope you weady. Have you watched the first fight recently? One time one time back back when it happened or recent or recently. Long time ago longtime ago, will you watch it as you prepare for this fight. At what was needed guys? And it is this guy because he's a monster. What do you remember most about the fight? How hardy hit? Yeah. He hit hard to his his his stuff. And when I thought he his third is is is is are so tough. You know, when I taught him on the on the on the Grappo is tough by. I'm tough like him is not true tough. Is not the Maidment. Yeah. I I I go there. I will. But despite him gonna try him. That's the bland in. I wanna put my game on slide. Yeah. And I'm sure you saw his recent fights, right? Guess Robert Whitaker. Yeah. I'm sweating. Ten industrial nervous doing in English interview in English. Now, you're doing whatever side for I know, it's amazing. It's hard. When did you learn this this English? Yes, right now, my English works Bradke. I know Manx is horrible. I tried. I stood dry. So weak right now for me. It's hard speak English is I try try. I try a lot. But. It's hard from the did you go to school for this? No, I I I have a cold. Jitter online. Oh, she's great. She's great. I love. Mellat? I'm still learning about two months. Why wings? I have to say, I'm very impressed. Thank you. Thank you. Are you living in the US now? Yes, I am my mind. Yeah. He's in Florida lives in Florida. Okay..

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"maidment" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"I don't know why they've said put into to fight for the title. He hasn't. He hasn't. Hasn't done. He hasn't done enough. Because. It never fought against final. Okay. He bit a bit a bit Derek, Bruce. But I'm I'm not to fight it. And I bid Derrick rose tries and the second time when the Derek bro had my ice close. I did better the tries and in the second time my eyes close why guide you cut by line. I don't know. But he don't deserve that that that fight for the Dieter. It don't deserve percent, even beating Anderson. You don't think makes him deserving? And the song is out of their rent and out of shape. Wow. Okay. What about Kelvin? That's a real right? See their fight dancer fight against Derrick rose horrified. Right. What about Kelvin because Chris wideman Kelvin, right? Yes forever. He's I guy when I fought in night was sick. But I don't talk about wanna fight. Did the fight was while right close split the season by if you give him that remeasure on a cute guy. Wow. Wow. And what was wrong with you? You said that you were sick before that would happen. I am a problem when I got away the bat I have a vet that I have had a bad week. But. I do my bassin days side also on I believe I won the second. I won that the first and third round there on third right? So okay. So let's say everything goes to plan against you L. There's still a situation where the winner of Kelvin and Israel are going to fight Robert Whitaker. So you're still going to have to even wait after that. Right. Yes. The most. Yes, nobody's you'll have to file here. But I wanna fight in wins fight. I I am prepare for my mind. My body. Mike campus grade, my body's awesome, I'm healthy. And I win. Was was it. Awesome in game. I can't I can't waiting for. I can wait for for my chance. I have brother waiting. I'm waiting for many years run. More. Here's those is not your bad anything. You learn from that I fight against your will that you're going to try to implement in this rematch next month. Yeah. Is his is thirty five by his intelligent five. And I ended prepare my mind and my body for this fight, and I will be and I hope you weady. Have you watched the first fight recently? One time one time back back when it happened or recent or recently. Long time ago longtime ago, will you watch it as you prepare for this fight. At what was needed guys? And it is this guy because he's a monster. What do you remember most about the fight? How hardy hit? Yeah. He hit hard to his his his stuff. And when I thought he his third is is is is are so tough. You know, when I taught him on the on the on the Grappo is tough by. I'm tough like him is not true tough. Is not the Maidment. Yeah. I I I go there. I will. But despite him gonna try him. That's the bland in. I wanna put my game on slide. Yeah. And I'm sure you saw his recent fights, right? Guess Robert Whitaker. Yeah. I'm sweating. Ten industrial nervous doing in English interview in English. Now, you're doing whatever side for I know, it's amazing. It's hard. When did you learn this this English? Yes, right now, my English works Bradke. I know Manx is horrible. I tried. I stood dry. So weak right now for me. It's hard speak English is I try try. I try a lot. But. It's hard from the did you go to school for this? No, I I I have a cold. Jitter online. Oh, she's great. She's great. I love. Mellat? I'm still learning about two months. Why wings? I have to say, I'm very impressed. Thank you. Thank you. Are you living in the US now? Yes, I am my mind. Yeah. He's in Florida lives in Florida. Okay..

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"maidment" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Chan they just great the invite the environment's good. Yes. I mean have here your first fight against you will back a UFC one. Any four was an amazing fight some people still believe because there was a split decision that you wanna fight you. You think that you want that fight? Yes. I wanted that five percent. I wanna fight about that. I'm I make sure that five that that doesn't legit judges because judges alike me because I know what are you talking about good looking guy. Don't maybe when you were growing the hair out a little bit. It was a little bit funky as. Out. There is the great Uber told my man. And so I'm curious do you think that it plays to your advantage that it's a five round fight because in the past? You know, you're well has been criticized as as someone who may be fades gets tired as the fight goes on. Do you think that's good for you? I quit for me is great athlete. No is great Richie to help. I'll do any whatever he played for today. Aalto? I will Eddie I come to in. And I went in. I real win decide what were you told? Because the whole situation was was a bit weird because we thought that it was going to be your Romero versus Powell Kosta. And then all of a sudden, it was you've versus y'all Romero. What were you told about that? How did you slide in there? I don't know that the called me to fight against washy that my mention how to to doctoral day of see I dunno. I why everything everything's Chan out. I have been asked or ref see to fight against the fighters. I said for the say give me Luke, rob hold Greece. Wait, my home arrow. So my my fight against Chris Maidment was an accident right now against her Matt is saying by it's gonna be a great fight in in. I will buy and I will be ready for him. So initially you were actually in discussions to fight. Boy, Sheena not Romero. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know why I believe they've said like the young guys on the like they'll died. Yeah. Speaking of which how do you feel because I saw that you posted this videos amazing of like a highway. What does that with and the? What were you trying to say? My manages have idea, man..

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"maidment" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on ESPN FC

"My approach one of my belief in what I was doing would be right. It would just change the club that I was doing it for that. But new was right thing on new would come good the rest is history. So if you want to be stubborn on richer Surya's as proven as much continued doing what you it might mean. Get this Akkad at one club or another. But in the long-term who who for the app success? I think where we've been been critical of Sarah stubbornness is his failure to change the judge just even tomb of team, sheep eve, Maidment Tim's view approach deems. We put out there that I think and today's you need to adjust. Maybe sometimes you, you know, you just do things a little bit differently. Even for ten or fifteen minutes. Look, we'll put your lesson champion dominant. It just essentially was. Entomb was joy just a just a little bit. Yeah. Chairs the whole face of the game. That's genius in game in the management before we move on prediction this before I think times between these two since two thousand all of them one nil by jails. We'll see well, they're the The main main fifteen fifteen. in two finals. I'm going to do the way. I should do. You know, we talk on the show about Rex Ramos is plan. You you can't turn like atop you come turn, you games on games because oh, you know. You can't do that. The word that United a plenty of. Although they had a bit of a roughed in their champions book. They'll be relishing this kid. They will be up. So then we'll be able to wait for this game. Come around. I'm going to get. We're not Stanford. Yeah. I'm the United said that if you. I'm Joe replay. It has to be decided I'm going to show you win in extra-time. The other team managers facing family different scenario that Josie mandate Monday night, Saturday evening the late game. And this for me is what the FX all about. You totally whole county gets meant to Manchester City at the parade. Don't if you ever play that's an alleged. Rugby standard. As depot does he hold. You know, what it holds about seven and a half out. There will be right close to the patriot will be something very very different for mess. Guero and Debroy. The thing with with this month just to sit the city side. And there were a few courts from the boy the boys of the week of the thought lost. And then all of a sudden Puerto pool. Drove coke the word that they responded the way that they've played against Dayton opposition. It's been pretty remarkable the nobody's moaning I wanted to. Zeus is not playing whereas plenty. Poaching on the sidelines. I think the professionalism that was brought in on all the other stuff that we could talk knows what he's doing to improve players. But what he's done the Somme this. This is not one of those all you know, they could a little bit here. So the city got a new poll there's no way that they're going to. No, even something in the back of some of those plays mine's going Rodney parade. Who would who would these guys? Richard understood. But at the same time, you don't get to this level without knowing that please kinds of games. Bought deposits. Of what takes it to be at a club like Manchester City. It's it's not going to be it's going to be in a little Old Trafford is Manchester United. But you know, you have to you you're to get the job done on the other side of SIEM coined is you are competing for different competitions and games are to have been thinking you've got very little room in any of those competitions. Oh, you hundred a tie and they phone against Newport. Which that'd be honest over in fifteen minutes. That's what you want. Yeah. If if you're part of the squad new home, and he'd rather than Jim rather have you have this you go out fifteen minutes three or four and then just cost for the rest of the game. That's exact- daughter..

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"maidment" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Talking about Quentin Nelson was considered like the greatest defensive player that we haven't. They were hyping him up as if he was going to be a game record detectable. The you're saying the Alabama defense isn't a good defense. Maybe the last two games. That's not good. But they're just not Alabama. Like they used to be people were talking about this. I'm going to say your crowning this kid hundred billion dollars three hundred billion hundred million. Hold on a second. I don't think. So I that's the Fox Sports you're saying drop passes in the bucket. I'll watch game film with. He didn't guys make great catches the end zone. Catch the touchdown. The end zone guy had to go backwards to get it the one handed catch on the talking about. Oh, that's on purpose. It wasn't on the neck was a pretty was a pretty shitty bowl on the sideline that he made the receiver Maidment credible catch on he's going to be good. But let's not only is receiver could catch it. He wanted to throw it away. I mean, let's not let's not act like the guy just write your next book and block. I think there's a chance he makes Pro Bowl is rookie here. Let's go. I'm saying I think you'll be always a chance. Yeah. I think you'll be a pro bowler is rookie. Also, there's also chance that he could not do. Well, Sam Bradford he could get hurt. He could be one of those anything could happen. The fact that the NCAA's holding him hostage for two more years. Those complete bullshit. That's we all agree with that you excited to get to work with the cardinals boss house that knee. These good, man. These really good. We're getting we're getting we're getting there. We got another couple of months. You know, what the you know, what the great part is though. New head coach equals kids to get to work fast or two weeks early man pumped baby. Forgot about that new head coach you get to go to OT as you get to go to training camp early. You get to you get you don't have to make you you get to. Yeah. Third third time in my career that I get the gift to get a jump start on the season. All right. Have a good one till the family. We said Hello. See my mother told me she could see my scalp so figure I'd take some pills. Exactly, you know, sixty six percent of men lose a here, buddy. Steven doesn't have great here to runs in the family. You know, they say that. But it is others dad. No, it's not because there's a lot of brothers. One's bought. His fucking one has a full may different mother. Maybe. Okay. No, you're right. My brother or my dad has a brother. That's I think twin brother that's boat. My dad does back up. Thank your dad's a twin? No. I think it's his twin brother that's bald. Does he have a twin? Or do you not know that he has a twin? He does his name's Owen? I just found that out. Good news, brother. Good news for you. That means it's not gonna I'm not gonna do it. Trust me. You got twins. Whenever you're whenever you're gives. Then skip. I'm not buying that. I'm not buying that math. All right. I'm just saying if it's in your family, it's in your family. You got twins. Sorry. Cats out of the back. I just want one kid. I know, but you get into I wouldn't want kid spoil them probably into drugs. Kill himself. Picked you on hold. That'd be cool special teams that would be on one hundred one kicker. We wouldn't be awesome. That would be so funny to one more for long snapper showing up God damn kicking camps who wants to take on the low McAfee. Punter's over here kickers over here. Be interesting would little minus God, Dr I thought Dr. Dr atlas was brought in because Midas was given to the dumbest dog in history. So maybe it will be a little atlas doctor doctor will be the punter. I think because it's more of a, Nope. Doctor would be kicker. They seem to be mold. What a surgical blunt surge. Nice. Like that the kicker should be more surgical. Yeah..

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"maidment" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Talking about Quinton Nelson was considered like the greatest defensive player that we haven't. They were hyping him up. If he was going to be a game record detectable. The you're saying the Alabama defense isn't a good defense. Maybe the last two games. That's not good. But they're just not Alabama. Like they used to be people were talking about this. I'm going to say your crowning this kid hundred billion dollars three hundred billion hundred million second. Second. I don't think. So I that's the Fox Sports you're saying drop passes in the bucket. I'll watch game film with. He didn't guys make great catches the end zone. Catch the touchdown. The end zone guy had to go backwards to get it the one handed catch on talking about. Oh, that's on purpose. It wasn't on the neck was a pretty was a pretty shitty bowl on the sideline that he made the receiver Maidment credible catch on he's going to be good. But let's not only is receiver could catch it. He wanted to throw it away. I mean, let's not let's not act like the guy just write your next and block. I think there's a chance he makes Pro Bowl is rookie here. Let's go. I'm saying I think you'll be always a chance. Yeah. I think you'll be a pro bowler is rookie. Also, there's also chance that he could not do. Well, Sam Bradford could say. Could get hurt. He could be one of those anything could happen. The fact that the holding them hostage for two more years. Those complete bullshit. That's we all agree with that you excited to get to work with the cardinals boss house that knee. These good, man. These really good. We're getting we're getting we're getting there. We got another couple of months. You know, what the you know, what the great part is though. New head coach equals kids to get to work fast or two weeks early man pumped baby. Forgot about that new head coach you get to go to OT as you get to go to training camp early. You get to you get you don't have to make you you get to. Yeah. Third third time in my career that I get the gift to get a jump start on the season. All right. Have a good one till the family. We said Hello. See my mother told me she could see my scalp so figure I'd take some pills. Exactly, you know, sixty six percent of men lose a here, buddy. Steven doesn't have great here to runs in the family. You know, they say that. But it is others dad. No, it's not because there's a lot of brothers. One's bought. His fucking one has full may different mother. Maybe. Okay. No, you're right. My brother or my dad has a brother. That's I think twin brother that's boat. My dad does back up. Thank your dad's a twin? No. I think it's twin brother that's Bollard. Does he have a twin? Or do you not know that he has a twin? He does his name's Owen? I just found that out. Good news, brother. Good news for you. That means it's not gonna I'm not gonna do it. Trust me. You got twins. Whenever you're whenever you're Gibson. Then skip. I'm not buying that. I'm not buying that math. All right. I'm just saying if it's in your family, it's in your family. You got twins. Sorry. Cats out of the back. I just want one kid. I know, but you get into I wouldn't want kid spoil them probably into drugs. Kill himself. Picked you on hold. That'd be cool special teams that would be on one hundred one kicker. We wouldn't be awesome. That would be so funny to one more for long snapper showing up God damn kicking camps who wants to take on the low McAfee..

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"maidment" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Day dinosaurs. I want to know why they all dinosaurs are always shown us camping around like hippopotami never hopping in walking quickly like birds, you've probably seen this two-footed hop that birds like crows and sparrows do on a flat surface. So if birds and dinosaurs are so closely related, why is it that you never see any dinosaurs in films like Jurassic Park hopping around to I'm sure they did. But nobody ever since. Show them way. What got you interested in that question? And I always thought thirds were dinosaurs. So hence, why don't we say dinosaurs looking more like I actually love this question because we're going to dig down into some fascinating territory in this episode. I'll try and find the similarities and differences between living dinosaurs the birds and the extinct dinosaurs will look at what we know about how they looked and even how they sounded. But first, let's focus on what Malcolm's interested in their movement. Luckily, I've found just the man to tell us about dinosaur movement and invited him to join me and Malcolm on the beach undocked pizza for and other paleontologists who specializes in looking at dinosaur locomotion from fossil footprints, what can you get from a footprint dinosaur. Footprints are awesome. They're frozen window on past life. That tells us exactly what animal was doing where it was doing it. And what it was doing it. If we wanna compare how they moved with say, how modern dinosaurs birds move we need to use the footprints. In track ways, we can look at the stride length from the foot lands can use that to get. It's funny, isn't it? When you think about paleontology, you think the most interesting things that you could possibly find would be bones. Skeletons behave got pizza telling us from finding these ancients impressions in the ground. He can tell how an animal moved. How fast it moved how it balanced its weight even aspects of their social behavior things that we can't get from the skeletons. I still get back to how they actually moved. Did they help? Right. So that's a great question. Did the hell maybe? I mean, obviously, we don't know how dinosaurs moved. We have I prophecies that we built from the track evidence. What evidence would it take for you to say, oh, hang on, the were helping dinosaurs? If we find a truck lay with two sets of footprints the left and right next to each other will where would we find something like that? We are genuinely we're we're wherein dinosaur footprint. Oh, by the Yorkshire coast is one of the best places in the country of the world for dinosaur tracks if we found those iconic popping footprints, then we will have to submit some sort of paper to nature. Definitely yes. I can see a promotion in the bag. All right. Well, should we do that? Thank you. Yes. All right. You lead the way this all right? Turns out searching for fossilized dinosaur. Footprints takes absolutely ages. So we'll come back to the beach. If we find anything cool. In the meantime, I got out of the cold and into the warm belly of London's natural history museum to meet dinosaur expert, Dr Suzie Maidment, I wanted to hear about the first dinosaurs, the ancestors of everything from triceratops, two sparrows, the first dinosaurs what, but they became four-legged on multiple different occasions, rather evolution. So in the group that led to the steak sauce, and the group that led to Sarah top Sean's and hadrosaurs and also the low tail dinosaurs like diplomatic us as well. And actually the reasons for that are not really clearly understood one possibility is that it's related to herbivore all of these animals are herbivores, the exception is the meat eating dinosaurs. So they were to get throughout their entire evolution history and don't appear to have gone down to four legs a tool, and they continue to be today in the form of modern birds. Absolutely all day. Dinosaurs started on two legs, which if you think about it is pretty bird like Susie. Then wanted to show me how we can figure things out about their movement just by looking at their fossilized bones. Basement off the natural gas, and this is the dinosaurs. So there's just rows and rows of these white cupboards seems to have all the keys for and they're just filled with dinosaur bones. That's right. Every single covered here in this baseman is dinosaurs. All listen crocodiles, as well, how useful bones when it comes to trying to work out movement. Well, the most important thing with movement, of course, is muscles. What where with the muscles going, and what were they doing? And the only way we can tell that is by looking at the bone say, actually, the bones are almost important source of data. If we want to understand how exciting time was moved. Yeah..

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"maidment" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Maybe cry the really in the process. I'm standing on the banks of the river Thames in London. Some polls cathedral is visible across the river. And in front of me is a large brick fronted building that used to be a pass station now has become one of the great museums of modern art in the world Tate modern. Inside is a vast turbine hall where the mechanics of the power station used to be. But now every year it's a site for artists wore on the world to make major interventions or sculptures. But this year it's being turned into arguably the largest studio from any artists working anywhere in the world right now by the Cuban born artist Tania Bruguera, I do what I call it within wishes useful art, which mean is not only to have an event driven. I. Commitment driven art, meaning something that has to be implemented. It has some benefit for the people. Just for the artist garra is internationally known for the scale and range of her work and its political activism. She's done everything from performing naked with a lamb carcass on her back in Nevada to living for a year with five immigrant families without residency papers or medical insurance in queens in New York in an ongoing exploration of how power is wielded people manipulated and asking who is in control. She uses film and video, but mainly specific spaces and institutions notably museums across the world. She's worked at Tate modern before back in two thousand and eight when she had policemen on horseback inside the building regulating entry to the galleries in a work called, tax liens whisper. But nothing quite on the scale of the vast hundred and fifty five meter long turbine hall once the site of electricity power generators. And now a space for some of the most I'm bishops art projects of the past two decades back in two thousand and three the Danish Icelandic artist Oliver lesson covered the ceiling and mirrors and created a giant sun seemed to expand the space infinitely more recently. The Colombian artists Doris SALCEDO split the floor in half with what seemed to be a monumental chasm divided one side from another so no pressure on Tania Bruguera or maybe just a little which are hinted at. When I met her in late, August the entrance to tape modern. What do you feel when you encounter a space like this as an artist? It must be overwhelming. It is the dream of this and the nightmare of the forget it. What interests me about this space is the fact that it's a public square in southern institution. So it is a space where you can play with the idea of citizenship with the idea of togetherness within the protection of day. Sedition you come to a building like an institution like Tate modern you encountered the turbine perhaps he's like nowhere else in the world, you've researched its history, artistic and cultural you have your own practice as an artist one of installation and performance activism, where do you start? Or what is the process that? You're undergoing now to make a piece of this space in my case, I'm interested about the role of institutions today. Whether political or cultural addition in how we have arrived to a moment of crisis is a crisis like right now people don't trust the loss. So much anymore. People are kind of fully call about how really is the show work in favor of the people they supposed to be in favor of. So when I enter here, I saw the Tate museum, but as a civic harbor. And the new director press Morris was very much in Saint when I talked to her about this idea. Right. How can we make this civic space that use culture to make people, you know, often up to stop the number? It doesn't open up. So I think that was the way across. More Dennis's space, the idea of the museum as a civic hub is critical to the work that tenure is creating. In many ways, it's the opposite of the artists working alone in self expressive and soul-searching isolation. Tate already runs an outreach program which gives Tania Bruguera a structure through which she can engage directly with those who live and work nearby. Without any way. Manipulating them. People called take neighbors. Local people more particularly become the material and the inspiration for the art work on the means through which will create a long term legacy for the internationally renowned museum. The happens to be in their neighborhood. But before revealing how she's been working with these people. There's the small matter of the transformation of the turbine whole space to be considered. You'll enter you think there is nothing in this space. But if you've been here before you realize that the floor is black, but it looks like it's normal. That's the floor of the place, you know. And then you start walking nothing happens. And then a lot of people sit down here come seed have a shot. And then when you see an income up you will realize that the heat of your body has unveil information underneath the floor. So basically, we have done it treatment to a floor reporting in with an ink that is turmoil chronic responsive to hate. You're going to start seeing tax that is describing a person and the work of that person. What that person has done in life and effect of that person's actions in others. And then when you arrive here, you will be unveiling a huge image, and that image Galilee be seen from afar from from the bridge one-storey up. What I like about an eighth in order to see the image you need. Everybody to come together to heat it up people's collective action will reveal the work. But of course, if the collective group of people remain on the image. You'll have your sell any parts of the image. So again, it's negotiation of how people help each other. Yeah. What is the image? Is it a portrait of? Is going to be a portrait that we cannot tell you yet. What it is today? We're going to know the portrait. We telling her today, she has been selected, and she's been selected by the group of Tate neighbors. So just to summarize where we are in the process of hopefully when we come back and speak to you in a couple of weeks time. These are the issues that you would have resolved one is the negotiation of this person who's been selected then you have the physical challenge and the material challenge of how this person's face or image can be put onto a black floor as well as over about. Were discussing that yesterday. I don't think she will want her face. That's why I don't know. They must be I want her to decide what is the that. We should bring. The thermographic ink has been used in a military context before but not in logistic one. And certainly not on the scale Isabella Maidment is one of the Tate's curator's on the project working with Tanya to make it all happen. This is something that we wouldn't usually use in a museum context.

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"maidment" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"For year and we left are left at the Beverly Hills, hotel with Jason Bateman got in the car limited us home. All I could think about was driving up to my friend's house and seeing my dad's burgundy transam and just the thought of it was just making me sick to my stomach to the point that I walked into the house. Dad was in there. My friends mom who's really quite young and divorced and single. How'd how eighteen? So it was like so amazing. She was like thirty five years old anyway. So she's, she goes girls, where have you been? And I write that I go. We. You were an run to the bathroom puke, and just because I was so scared about seeing my dad's transam in the driveway, just the vision of it of just like my dad, like my angry marine dad. And so therefore then she thought we'd been drinking which we had not psych. We got a lot of trouble and I go, well, we, I told them, I go, we went, we met Jason Bateman and we went to do pars with them. We didn't say the hills hotel and it just it stayed really long, and we just wanna get home and they just dropped off l. and she when they dropped us off, went running to see the car that dropped us off and it was the limo was gone, but which all the truth about jase Maidment, which then in the end, my dad was very mad that my sister lied for me. So my sister and I were both grounded for two weeks, which kind of sucks really wasn't Shannon's fall, but my mom was such a Starbucks. She's actually very excited about Jason Bateman, medium and everything. So at the couple hours later were sleeping and I think I don't know what we told. I don't even know that we mentioned Jenny to my friends, mama what we said about her where she was, but we went to bed and sure enough parents never called or anything. 'cause you're suppose spend the night at? My friend has house anyway, and the night we hear the like the window knocking and it's hurt the hours later like three AM now and God's. We let her in the house or like what happened. She's like, will you guys all left? And I had to get home and Jason to get home. So we took a cab and he lived in Lincoln Sinoe and he just got out of the. He would only pay for his portion and then the guy's like the cab drivers like, well, I can't just leave you here fourteen year old girl. I mean, this is where I'm like, thank God for Uber and apps, and I phoned and tracking because so many times you were stuck at a place. Ace as a young girl, Notre what age you were in your twenties, or whatever you'd end up after party your friends getting gather with some guy. You've got some guy trying to hunt on you and you kind of have to take one for the team or or be stuck there because there weren't phones to just pick up a cab and you're stuck there. You couldn't. You're like trap now says, like no matter where you are, you can pick up your phone and have a car pick you up in like a hot second and be safe, or at least as safe as an Uber driver is. But I still feel in Uber drivers pretty safe in the backseat anyway. The cab driver took a back to the house. There's a little more to the story that unfortunately, even my editor of the book told me I couldn't share on the book, so I'll have to share it on patriots, but just very interesting how looking back in in light of everything going on of into days world, I kind of think about how. I thought that story was so exciting for so long, and it is really actually kind of weird and what I would see. And I saw a couple of times at parties in my twenties, and I would like remind of who I was do pars in the movie theater and was like, and then the last time I saw it was like with his wife and kids, and we were both at JFK getting our luggage,.

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"maidment" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on The Corner

"So, yeah, I'm I'm going to going to a rough grade because I don't want to be given eight-plus pluses like superlatives things that are ridiculous star. Some, it's trash Mets, get. If it's a great match give it today. But basically that means something that's my whole point. Like if I gave something five mics has, it means it's not like arbitrary little cubes and make it truth, gained five makes sores. I'll never forget that. And that's when I was done with this. They got. Five bucks. The the Maidment Albin Xenos album. His crew four and a half months. That was the moment in black star. Got three and a half, and I'll never forget this shit. And I was like, he's wanted to be a music journalist because it seemed ratings like that and maybe not reading the source because I'm like, yo, what are you doing? Like Blackstar out three and a half to me. That's like a modern day. Classic now, not saying deserve five. Mike spend at least four, three and a half. Everything. At least gotta get full. But that's my point where your grace become arbitrary. The nobody cares when I saw that with the source, I didn't care anymore. So I came great scale. I wanted to use the whole thing. So back to the essence summer slam wrestling matches. Why greater every mentioned going, get a, you might be like, man, that match was really good, but was it better than what I just saw between Kenny omega and go Kada? Probably not. So maybe it's not an name, maybe not any plus, like plus reserved for those matches. Things get interesting, but yeah, I know people say people say you're not the only one of your heart greater so it is what it is this. I don't. I don't mind it. I wouldn't take a class easy grapes, but I'm just saying it's funny that other people get to see this grading scale that we've seen on the podcast for years using yours. So that's finish up in exte-. Take over. We left off at villa dreams. He three. So we have ricocheting Anco my matches. And I'm not being wasn't Mummers. It wasn't my maximum, but it was a very good match. I, I love champion guard mantle, but, oh. That second gear kicked into right after what the super can't throat. Yes, yes, people is crazy because I was watching match. People have never seen that done his spot like a million times, but. The match start off slow and it wasn't necessarily bad thing. It worked its way up. Title, and I'm happy to see the guy title. I didn't. Like I said last week, I thought that Adam call me establish title. But if this is the rest, we're gonna go, listen, we're gonna, say, needs to hold the side of at least six months. Anyone taken off and you just can't take. You can't move this title around a lot like this title needs to mean something to somebody like Pete done this hell that UK titles since it's inception after Tyler Bates had it ever since which is like he might be the longest running champion in the company. Thinking is. So the match was great. The final stretch was really good. Yeah. I mean, they started slapping shitty punch the each other, the great exchanges. I mean, this was a really good match. Also giving ricochet a lot more minor time which I didn't expect, and he's not as crazy as he was when he first showed up leading to for school still? Yes, still, that's my problem because as promos, it's like he like when he was being interviewed during the the, what was that the takeover pre show? I felt like he was really like nonchalant and it didn't come across, right. He's still he's a work in progress, but he's like, okay, bro. Okay. To cool for school, but. Yeah. So I mean, that being said, I enjoyed this match because as the North American champ, I hope he doesn't title Justice. The kind of tease annex t if you with him in Pete done, that would be really fun versus North American champion. And the styles of so different. That'd be much. And then we have car sane versus Shane obeys ler the best of baiser match. I've seen. Yeah..

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"maidment" Discussed on Click

Click

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on Click

"Is focused is on safeguarding our elections in the digital age. So we provide. We were founded by computer scientists in two thousand and four. And one of the things we do is collect data on what computers are counting, votes in America. We publish that on our website and we also publish information about best packed best practices and how to secure our elections infrastructure against hacking or error, and how to recover in case something has hap happened. So one of their big efforts right now is educating the public and election officials on statistically relevant post election audit so that you can make sure your software is counting the votes properly do that in relation with the electoral authorities and annexed to to those people have how does. Involvement come about? Well, just I mean, we just through developing relationships. We don't have any official role with with state or local government, but we develop relationships with officials and they seek out our vice. And for example, next week we're going to run a pilot in the city of Fairfax Virginia. Looking at their recent primary election and and doing a pilot study on different approaches to post-election audits. So just because we're nonprofit, we can just offer advice in services that way. How did it come about? Well, it started in two thousand and four with our organization was started by computer scientists at Stanford University, David dill, and because computer scientists are from the outset that using introducing technology into our voting processes could have some consequence, and they want we advocate for the responsible use of emerging technology in elections, and and they're kind of a long story. But there was a big influx of federal money and dates in look. Localities were buying computers to counter votes than they may not have been aware of what what you need need to do to make sure that those elections are secure in verifiable. And so that's how it got. Started and so have done credible work over the years in the last decade advocating for ways to secure elections in how we can make sure that the election results are accurate. Really important work because it's it's more and more apparent that we need to take enormous care of the way elections run because the the prices can be subverted in many different ways, particularly routine moves towards electronic voting or voting involves some stage in inclusive at twenty devices. And I'm sure that with interests have been Samir and amber and Samaria. You wear many hats as many guest. You're all busy people to different things at your deputy editor of new humanists. So is secular rationalist interest in human rights and so on. Just if you tell us about your work with new humanist show at Santa magazine is at sort of a long history at a hundred and twenty three years old, nothing. And it's rooted in the restroom as an ATS Maidment an inmate kind of modern era. We try and engage your seriously with. I did appointed evidence faced approaches to thinking through. Philosophy while the fast also things ready, but it's kind of really taking it approach, bam, kind of considered rational debate in evidence, which I think is a bit of an antidote to set to the kind of sunny more frantic news adversary. Have that sounded kind of what we tried to do that?.

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"maidment" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on KSRO

"These guys or what well he can. Do four because the. People, that were cited today James Comey Andrew McCabe that's right Exactly Doesn't really speak too highly of the president's vetting process for, this but wouldn't surprise me at. All I, mean it's Quite frankly with the announcement. Today that, alone Trump negative publicity you know because, everyone is seen as relatively paid being Pune the actual effects on those, who might lose their clearances will be. Minimal particularly as regards their critiques of Trump some of the Maidment spokesman said that some of the Mason on boards and so on so forth affiliated with the government and they. Would no longer, be able, to do that but beyond that you know this isn't gonna keep John Brennan Mike. Hayden from speaking out against the Trump administration if, anything else, it gives them a, bigger platform Prosecutors? Have at least, twelve, recordings by Trump lawyer Michael Cohen I suppose he's going to release an album to help. Pay for his defense I have to say this again that. On my listeners are probably getting. Tired of me banging my chest but, we're so, proud of two weeks ago we have Lanny Davis, on every Monday and one of the first questions I asked him and, I had no idea what was going. On other than I said hey Glenn if you were a lawyer for Michael Cohen what would you tell him and he said Steve I can't talk about that and I can't. Talk about why, I can't, talk about that and I was stunned knowing exactly what he was talking about and. So we broke that news it was pretty cool So these twelve. Recordings there's supposedly one at this point that has Trump on. It we don't know about the. Other eleven or whatever That's exactly right, so we know that there was at least one conversation with, Trump and Cohen discussing the rights to Karen McDougal. Story about her relation her alleged relationship with, President Trump back in two thousand six and. We don't know what the other, eleven are I saw report, earlier that suggested the police some of them were re recordings of Cohen speaking with members of the media. Which is not. Really surprising, and, that's not uncommon for people who are being interviewed to record the interview on. Their end, as, well so we'll see I. Mean it's I think I think it's important that people not assume. Too much, of, these I mean obviously for righty reasons including Watergate. We all see this allure of recordings and what could they. Say you know I I haven't seen any suggestion There's. Been anything particularly explosive included in there eight minutes even the revelation. Of his, conversation, from wasn't particularly earth shattering Yeah What about that crazy tweet? Today, well say that five times every, day but the one that was all in caps threatening ran now that was. Weird Yeah. I mean it was The best analysis, that I've seen on this which of course is. Online at, the Washington Post so yes that President Trump sees his interactions with North Korea as having been successful that he was taunted Kim's on, that came, then responded by you know extending olive branch, Trump sat down with them and there was a gluten. Denuclearization, deal that was reached now each of the points of that can be debated as, to whether or not accurate but that'd help from sees. That. Processes having gone down right and I have seen some suggestion that he thinks he can do the same thing with Iran that. He throughout the Iran deal now. We can start from scratch he saw what happened, with North Korea and wallah and I think that there are all righty of reasons of which should that analogy breaks, down including, that of, course, you know his honor Jamie how North Korea happened is is very. Optimistic in on his behalf secondarily that ran is a. Much. More well, integrated country Into national geopolitics and have lots of alliances and. Lots of tensions that you know. It is it is an actual hornet's nest whereas, North Korea was more of a single solitary beef order here on a flower right this is you know raising the, stakes with, Iran has, much, different vacations than does raising the stakes with North Korea so that's. That's the context that I think is important to note And now Carter. Page is back in the news what do you know about that So what I know about that is that there was released over the weekend the more lengthier version of..

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"maidment" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on KGO 810

"Graham kgon too i was feel like we should i'm not talking about the president for minute if by with maidment guy 'cause i wanna take us something else that i think you're getting these your mind over in a good way now because we we have so many issues going on in the country in the world in repre carts life he's trying to walk away at the headphones right now it's painful it's he can't do that brady asia after unplugged those first it's good it's good run for men make get out while you still could the sea of red thank you excellent work as always the amazing brett burkheart but jumped so now people are going to sit there sitting in your car no matter what because david really is not just the rush hours here did you see this though dory we're gonna get some more important things like housing we've we've got your your occasions going to join me in studio as well we got sfu we all kinds of on separate did you see this dave because you know work we are so concerned about the environment i am concerned about the american right and i want us to clean up our act and everything else they're apparently from real was a proposal that was considered by governor jerry brown to ban cars with hydrocarbon burning engines meaning they would only be electric cars on the road in the state of california that would be the only legal vehicle in california would be an electric car dave how do you feel about that if i was hoping you were going gonna say he was going to ban electric cars from the left lane am of all public highways and byways is that we are so we you know look again i can't say this enough there of course we need to be concerned about the impact of course we need to be worried about pollution we needed we worried about what is going on in the world are impact our footprint on the earth you know i remember going on whitewater rafting trip down the colorado river one year and it was he gonna make sure that when we camped overnight that you leave the campsite cleaner than your old rival stuff like that you don't you we.

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"maidment" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on WGTK

"The abyss sexism okay maidment nasty comments about carly fiorina's face etcetera but where where i know i'll take calls where was president trump guilty of overt racism or homophobia she continues there's now been so much analysis done since the election demonstrating clearly that you know socalled cultural slash racial anxiety at a and prejudice was the primary driver for a lot of his support okay she still back to this deplorable thing this is not helpful celeste in cleveland ohio celeste you're on the medved show oh wow widow i start heard from all you want correct my spout please mike all that are room at aberdeen where i'm saying her name correctly wet introduced to lean are around the clinton i think that's a fact i think it is i think it may be true yup right yeah well again in her pack he would introduce true we are choline are the perk they looked at clinton's first of all okay second of all you know basically she or not deplorable delusion off hi gene benghazi that her home she said what's different fares at night about who are american van had how hartford american okay look at it again the refusal to acknowledge any of the many many many miss takes in the campaign you know what hiding her pneumonia when she had pneumonia that hurt her campaign and the way that she always responded so clumsily in foolishly to any questions about her emails yawning that hurt our campaign we'll be right back on the medved show michael medved hey ever stop the michael medved show.

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"maidment" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"maidment" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Granted leave from the vatican countered old george pill the third highest ranked official in the catholic church returned to australia two weeks ago to appear in a melbourne court this week charged over sexual beauce offenses stemming from a will blood longrunning investigation into abuse within the catholic church many waited outside the court relieved this day had come a lot of failing sight that's what i was able to survey there to witness the story kleiman and if anything to pay in support of the complainant say puffins di gates a lot of support others turned out in a show of support for the cardinal reflecting on the good things to church has done might do it if i going see an affordable laugh through the women had been out of what he's putting see it in had more i think no maharey may would have been allenton would in any case it wasn't pretty proceedings with brief lasting just six minutes prosecutors not yet ready to begin the case the judge giving them until september should prepare a breach to be given to the cardinals defence team the cardinal denies any wrongdoing he'll be back eating it in a strategy in court in october with plans to clear his name scott maidment for cbs news brisbane australia tensions remained high at a holy site in jerusalem are robert berger is there thousands of israeli police and soldiers have deployed in and around jerusalem's old city amid fears of more violent palestinian protests after friday moslem prayers to curb unrest israel has barred men under the age of fifty from entering the mosque of alaqsa the site jews called the temple mount israel's removal of controversy all new security measures at the holy place has failed to ease tensions robert burger cbs news jerusalem london police say there are now reasonable we'll ground for corporate manslaughter charges after the deadly grenfell tower fire last month sky news correspondent charlotte loomis has more.

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