19 Burst results for "Michelman"

"michelman" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

Bro Bro Bro Bets

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"michelman" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

"I mean come on. we're staying in la too. We got a rams on thursday night football next week. Pats all day okay. Stain and la. They don't even go outside the hotel staying in the hotel in a tie I'm gonna take packers. That point really doesn't do anything. So i'll just add it. I'll take packers nine feet. Hope so bad. I hope so bad. That thing comes in at nine. But how how come knicks not wearing his room either. From when he won the survivor was the reigning champion. So he never gave me once collusion. It's it's fucking consortium of just errors lies you know. I still participate because team player. I'm taking the bills. Plus two four nine because the fuck knows what's going on with the forty niners. They don't even know where they're playing how they're playing. They got nobody to play. So that's not bad pick Michelman sorry i'm gonna get down with tightened think hiring is going to run all over cleveland and stop their fucking faces in the mud. Gasa four and a half my right. That's a good pick. We miss jay. Did you figured out yet. yeah. I think i'm going to go. The broncos actually fourteen and a half who'll j. fifteen actually met all right. I'm gonna go with the cardinals at plus four if i did that or three and a half of. It's moving okay. We'll check that out all right your last. Oh bill shit. Sorry about you man. There's no wonder way fucking links. I am going to go with the steelers. Even though i got disrespected by by utah. Now what does that line bill. It's set at minus seven so so you wanna six. Yeah i liked that one too. Yeah that's tuesday far monday. Five o'clock only on some markets right. Yep so we get steelers. What minus six yet does it worry you. That they They played on wednesday and the washington. Football team played on thanksgiving. The different david week difference. Basically the thing i like about is that the steelers played like shit. Yeah you know what i mean. I feel like after the gary gilbert games. There is what the next week. Just they did against the bengals. Yeah they dogs. yeah. I feel like that. That's all that don't want. I want though was amazing. The team that won the game said how bad they played in the team. That loss actually just complain about fucking everything. Well i mean. What's the ravens say head. Coaching and blamed it on not being able to play not enough time to get ready. Oh he said oh yeah through. For what twenty. Six yards am happy. Happy i didn't stale. Rg three over. Passing i got some tweets from people that are like what happened. Rg threes passing or pick suck. Like oh you didn't listen to full. Show pal i was. I got off that thing relatively quickly..

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"michelman" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"michelman" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"Make very sophisticated arguments. They are not prepared to defend Francis Kissling of Catholics for a free choice and Kate Michelman former head of the National Abortion Rights Action League wrote in La Times op Ed piece where they looked at the march for life saw all these students and said they're so young and they're so smart in Kissling said, the pro-life movement is doing two. Things right now, that are really causing US fits number one they're advancing arguments at a very sophisticated intellectual level that we are not engaging, and secondly there dramatizing abortion they're showing it for what it is, and both these things are very hurtful to our cause and I'm here to tell you I am seeing a new generation of pro-life apologists emerge they are young, they are smart and they are ready to engage, and it is fun to watch I'm worried they're going to push me the old guy off the stage pretty soon and when they do all shout Hallelujah keep jargon. Scott this has been awesome. Thank you. So my Jimmy, the great thoughts on this very difficult subject. Thank you. It's great to be here. Thank you..

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"michelman" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"michelman" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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The Case of Palmer v. Kleargear.com

Planet Money

09:49 min | 1 year ago

The Case of Palmer v. Kleargear.com

"John and Jen Palmer love to buy each other little presence figurines desk toys. Chomsky's are their love language but a while ago this got them into trouble. What is the inciting charge? What is the charge gave? That gets this whole story going. It was basically looking for something for Gen for her desk at work. John goes online finds. This website called clear gear dot com clear with a K. Of course it's just a website that tells like little toy for grownups and John Decides to order not one but two little Chomsky's for Ya. I think one of them was a one of the ones where it's the sand art and then I think another one was one of the little perpetual motion toys that little silver ball things or something. Yeah exactly they were meant to be stocking stuffers. The total cost around twenty bucks. John pays with pay pal. Then a week goes by two weeks. The sand art thing and the little click. Click Silver Ball. Never show up so jin gets involved. She tries to call the company but she can't get anybody on the phone. She's getting the runaround on e mail. Eventually John and Jen do get their money back from pay pal and then Jen decides to leave an online review at a site called ripoff report. Just to warn other people about clear my husband ordered items from clear your dot com for Christmas presents. After several weeks went by with no delivery he attempted to contact 'em pastes in this sort of absurd email exchange had with the company into the review. Then she hits publish it goes up online and that's the end of it. Our response was okay. We've we've put our experience out there for the world to see we're good we're done. We went on with our lives. We want a house to house. Had A kid and it was three and a half years later John was working from home and I was upstairs taking care of our our toddler and all of a sudden I hear John Screaming bloody murder. Knee swearing up a storm. Yeah Jan get down here. What what what's going on gen gets downstairs and John is looking at an e mail on his computer. It basically is says it's from clear gears legal departments and it is saying that because You posted this in. It's in violation of our non disparagement clause. We are going to find you thirty five hundred dollars because you disparaged US online. So it's a letter from a lawyer saying you owe clear gear. How much thirty five hundred dollars for? What for posting the Truth About Them Online? And what is your response panic? Hello and welcome to planet. Money Jacob Goldstein. And I'm Alexi Horowitz Ghazi everyday as we make our way across the Internet. We are swimming through a sea of Legalese. Terms conditions warnings. Most of us just click accept and move on without so much as a glance today on the show what happened when Gen and John got caught in a fine print nightmare and fought it all the way to Washington support for this podcast and the following message. Come from each raid investing. Your money shouldn't require moving mountains. No matter how much or how little experience you have each raid makes investing simpler and for a limited time. Get One hundred dollars when you a new account with just five thousand dollars. It's all about helping your money work hard for you. For more information visit each ray dot com slash learn more each rate securities. Llc member SIPC. Hey Greg result ski here. I write the planet money newsletter. We'll keep you up to date with stories behind fed decisions the housing market and big scooter subscribe at NPR Dot Org Slash Planet money newsletter. Just the right amount of economics set weekly so John. Has this email. Remember from clear it saying that. He had violated the terms of service. The fine print that we all agree to all the time whenever we do anything online specifically it saying there was a clause in the terms that said you cannot leave a nasty review about US online but remember. It's been three years since they posted that review. They don't remember seeing any non-disparagement clause when they bought the Chomsky's so the US this Internet archive site to look at the old terms and conditions from three years earlier and that clause was not there when they tried to buy those Chomsky's but there is still that email from clear gear threatening to find John. Three thousand five hundred dollars. Which of course is a scary warning so John and Jen? Sorta calling lawyers and all the lawyers said basically the same thing. Oh sure you give us a five thousand dollar retainer and we'll see what we can do and I'm like dude if I don't have thirty five hundred dollars to give them. I don't five grand to give you the couldn't pay any of these lawyers so they just went on with their lives. A while later they went to buy a car and we were sitting in the in the dealership and finance manager comes over to US and Kinda loudly says okay. Well we're trying to find you financing but who is clear gear? And why do you owe them thirty five hundred dollars and both of us just face palm? Yeah because of this whole thing with clear gear. John now had this like black mark on his credit report. We fast forward to October of that next year. Our hot water heater died on us. We use our savings to get that repaired. Three days later our furnace goes out. It's going to cost them thousands of dollars to get a new furnace and they just don't have it on hint. We tried get emergency financing every company. I tried to go through turned us down so finally I am at my wit's end it's October in Utah. My House has no furnace. I have a three year old and thinking to myself. Oh my God we're going to end up with a frozen house and CPS is GonNa come and take my child away. Because I can't keep the heat on because of this stupid mark on John Credit and there's nothing we can do so finally I mean I I am almost crying. I'm a I'm at work and have no idea what to do. Their case was too small for the FBI too strange for the local police but luckily there's a certain kind of person who is perfect for helping people just like Gen. My boss comes up to me and says well why don't you give KTV's Matt Gephardt a call. There's one in Utah. Who Arms You with the information? You need to protect yourself. Get help get inches. Get Gephardt five nights a week on two news at ten so I called up get Gephardt and I left them of really long message and explained to them the entire story and the more. I'm speaking the the more I'm just realizing how utterly ridiculous all of this sounds. I mean you cannot make this up. You're leaving a voice mail. Yeah I think I had caught them like off hours or something I think it was the next day I get a call from from Matt. Gephardt of Gephardt. Yes he calls me back and says I believe you and I WANNA help. And all of a sudden I saw the light at the end of the tunnel. It you get horrible. Customer Service MMA company. You will likely tell people about that. I get this company is ordering Elaine coupled obey thousands all because they don't like the review they posted up here on a Tuesday three days later the story has gone viral and by viral. I mean England and France and Australia and China and Canada and in the middle of all this John and Jen get a call from a lawyer named Scott Michelman at a nonprofit called public citizen. He said he wanted to take their case and agreed to do it. Pro Bono. The lawyer Got John's credit report fixed. And he sued clear gear in federal court. We show up to court. And he's got his fancy lawyer formulas that they do to to calculate things like real damages versus pain and suffering and all of that basically how much is he gonNA ask for three hundred seven thousand dollars so we got to court and of course clear doesn't show up and so it's just you guys in the judge hanging out pretty much it's I mean the judge still sat and heard our story. We still gave our testimony laid out. You know all the damages and as the judges hearing all of this he decides. He's like you know what I've heard enough. I don't need to take under advisement. I'm GonNa give you everything you're asking for. And the lawyer's fees on top of it and I remember sitting at the table and kind of like whispering. Did he do what I think he just did? The lawyers just shut up. Shut up shut up and you know. And he went ahead and gave us the judgment right then and there But even with this huge number that neither of US could of ever dreamed of. We knew we were never going to see a dime of it. You couldn't even get him on the phone. How you'RE GONNA get three hundred seven thousand dollars plus lawyer that exact ex exactly but this was a significant enough number to at least deter anybody else from attempting the same thing on somebody

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"michelman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And a the rigid set of laws in between the two we're talking about eighty five you send the bill that would require many independent contractors to be with classified as employees were talking with Bob Bob Greenlee of task strategy Steve Smith of the California labor federation and kick you ease Katie war of our politics and government desk we'll have more after the break with you our listeners I need to Kim this is for here's what's coming up in our next hour part of growing up is being able to forget our past in order to change trying new identities but digital platforms that document our lives like YouTube and Facebook make memories unforgettable what does this mean for young people whose most embarrassing moments could crop up at any time we talk with Kate Michelman about her new book the end of forgetting growing up with social media about the future of childhood to listen to past shows and join the discussion visit KQED dot org slash form and for the latest updates on our programs and gas find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at support for KQED comes.

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"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

"To put glass bottles on trains and so in nineteen thirty six they started releasing almost exclusively white sweet wines made with light musk scott and things like that they were white and they were sweet and they were being sent out on on trains in nineteen thirty six and then they just kind of float away. I think it's a great outlet for a winery that if you end up like a digitally two thousand fourteen and you have a lot of leftover and you've got a lot of fruit and a lot of wine. I mean what better way to distribute it. It's like it's like cobra through cancer. You know where you can can three to four times a year so that that was one of the winemakers said was with glass bottles. We get one shot at this and then we have to sit around and hold inventory for flippant ever. It's very inefficient so cans there canning three four times a year. They're turning it over turning it over and hardly any inventory that's cool yeah and but this whole ties back to are silver curious stuff in a way because the one thing that came up during all of this was that i don't think a lot of people fully understand yet how much wine is as you can and so i saw people shot gunning two hundred and fifty million cans of sparkling wine and then you drink two and three of them and it's like well you just had three quarters of a bottle of wine congratulations because it's in the can and we think about twelve ounce cans of beer and we think it's lower alcohol when it's really not it's most of the can wines i tasted. We're about thirteen thirteen point five percent alcohol so i think that's something that needs to be addressed. In terms of educating people one hundred eighty seven million or can is a little easier. It's you know glasses glasses a restaurant for plus announce but well. I think we need to have another discussion about this because there's so much going on in this space right now but sadly we have to get out of here because the folks wild roots need to open their tasty. We're having too much fun here. <hes> so thank you amazing panelists michael alberti vertically wine columnist for the oregonian newspaper and a freelance beverage journalist penelope bass senior editor at imbibe magazine jordan michelman founder and editor spreads dot com. Thank you so much you all routes banks. Today's episode was recorded in the high fiber protein city of portland oregon and the beautiful tasting room of of Thank you so much you all routes banks. Today's episode was recorded in the high fiber protein city of portland oregon and the beautiful tasting room of of wild roots. Izzy creamer is tireless and multi talented producer.

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"michelman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"We were just talking you're all about this is your favorite actually a counterpoint actually they're the best, right? And like you're kind of not that into the seventies. I mean I always have been like I came to love the things that were of my lifetime more. So let's talk about some of the who were the eighties contemporary. I mean to me it's like freighter. For home Rushmore, and he's like, Michael man. Right. Schrader. Spans a lot of these things sixties movies. And then he is one of those seventies guys and he's also one of those eighties referees. All serious coke problem. The. The alimony this mental Rushmore has to pay on a monthly basis through the roof. The concession stand only only has whiskey and. Cigars. These kind of like an freed can who again, like is this guy? But I think as eighties work is like phenomenal like that eighty stuff is just very exciting and it's much more interesting to me. But now the eighties, quote unquote in, like the strange sense close telling you that mug, I have the clip Oduber afterward, like the eighties become like the stranger things bully bays. And like the eighties is when people say the eighties are bad. It's like oh, you know, it's just like the goonies and like kids movies being made by studios, but give Amblin and like it's like, oh, but no, actually the eighties to me. Like Michael man is figuring like man hunters in the eighties American gigolos in the eighties. But also the body Fati double sure they're both in their cast. He's one of your guys. Russian. He's, he's maybe one time he works in the concession Panin. But it's like those are really exciting when you like look at the eighties like to me, it's like oh, yeah. Like Michael Michelman movies mean that the eighties is very valuable. Of course, this is part of that. But this is like this weird kind of fantasy movie. That's not Amblin at all, I guess. No one likes it also doesn't really work as any traditional horror movie, which like horror is really robust at this point in time in American cinema. One hundred percent. Right. And this is like kind of a weird Twitter thing that doesn't fit into any conventional. This is Rick because this is not a movie. But I think it doesn't count as a movie. I mean, it's very watch who are actually like it. Yeah, there's things I like about what hap- devait. It's very captivating. But like it doesn't make any sense. And, and if you ask the director about it, he's like, well, yeah, we never really finished it. I mean it's too in that sensor. Whatever these things where they're like, I don't know. I let some Italian guy took it away and it's not a movie, the weird thing about it is there certain things gains from being hacked to death like that. Because somehow the weird gaps the things that aren't explained these, like key character development should happen. Right. It the keep cutting to you, it has this weird kind of dream logic to keep your know what I'm saying. Arou- ski movie to me where it's like you just got a vibe on it. You can't make any sense of this thing you want to in the basic principle. Right. It could be thirty minutes long or three hours long. Right. Right. Both valid and it's valley. Honestly. Because I've seen it a couple times, and on, I was like, I don't really need to rewatch the cave. You can watch that yourself or watching it. Say I said to you, Michael man. And like before I was even done saying, man, you're like the key. Of course you always wanna pick the one that doesn't exist..

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"michelman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"And then go to a bar and like daring guy to stab him. And then he looks in the mirror and smiles as slice face, like he just like he doesn't feel comfortable being even the guy needs to, to sink himself lower somehow one way or another. But Michael, man, four we lose that track. And then. We can talk as doing. V movies is so bizarre, because that's like a medium where it's just like just tell the story just get it out. Just do it cleanly, which is the opposite of. Right. Man. I really wanna live in these corners. Clean dialogue that people can follow, even if they're folding their laundry, while they're watching the movie and like he Michelman movies. Don't work that way you got to watch them with full attention. That is true. Because if you watch Michelman movie while you're like doing your taxes, or, you know, checking your phone or whatever the fucking. Yeah. You're just gonna come onto. I don't know. I guess he robbed a place and then he right shot. Someone seems like nothing and the exposition plot is so wind -i, right. Right. Right. So you can't just go like, okay I got it. He's out the job. When also you look up to guy with male pattern baldness. He looked like the same guy. I can't remember just bunch of guys like slacks. The, the whole mob in this, like, you know what's his tenure, it's nine years after the godfather. Right. And like, you know, the mob there is so romantic, there's like curling cigar smoke. And it's you know, this, this Brown candle lit and this, the mob is like, you know, it's like a guy in office, who's eight get off my ass. You know, you might as well gone to the DMV, definitely say this before in the podcast because it's one of my favorite lines, ever hadn't Oslo it was talking about why he loves the original taking Pelham one-two-three when movies, right? And he was like, in the remake. It's like Denzel Washington and tells you how different our idea of movie star has become because in the seventies you go, like there's a horrible criminal is holding the train hostage. There's only one man who can stop him. And the camera whip pans over his description is, it's Walter Matthau looking hung over in a cheap suit eating a stale hot dog. Wearing a raincoat and like it's. Bad hat. Eating. Yeah. No, I know he looks like a Cup of coffee. I don't know what to. That you through on the track. That's the weird like contradiction with man. Is that like his films like, don't have that romanticism? But they still end up being really sexy. Sure. You know, look, he's not going repair real. This is a very sexy move, but it's a sexy movie in that, right? It's like a guy who can like, you know, sort of precisely drill a hole. And like you can kind of see him work the crank, you know, like you're kind of look at this guy. So good at this what he's doing. But who's the other actor above the title on this movie, whose title, guess, who is another entirely self sabotage and self destructive person? Right. She was a child model at, like six and then by ten was getting dead, drunken bars in New York City. You're right. She is kind of the, the archetype of the like child star, you know, gone wrong and was like fuck it. I don't care. It was very open about like this. Whole industry is full of scumbags fucking, hate all you. And she has another list of turning down every fucking big movie. She turned down bonding. Clyde. Wow. She was like, I mean, there's a quote in her to be where she's like, I would turn out anything felt like it was going to be a hit. I read the bunny, CLYDE, script. I said, this is gonna be a hit. I don't wanna be anywhere near it. That's like she's this amazing cold thicker like Michelman found these people who like walked the walk. This is crazy. I'm sure you read this light. She was Stanley Kubrick's first choice to play Lalita. And she said, I didn't have to play it already was Lalita..

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Hacienda HealthCare still under investigation after nurse charged

Chad Benson

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Hacienda HealthCare still under investigation after nurse charged

"Occurred Sutherland. Appeared in court today and his bond was set for five hundred thousand dollars the baby. The woman delivered is healthy and hacienda healthcare says Nathan Sutherland went through an extensive background check before he was hired KTAR's legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom says this claim may not clear the facility if they didn't keep track, you know, where nurses were at certain times at didn't have cameras at certain places that most other facilities have been. They could be on the hook for negligence winstrom tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show Sutherland could spend up to fourteen years behind bars. If convicted the liberty elementary school district now faces a two point five million dollar lawsuit from thirteen year old boys parents his teacher Brittany's Amora was arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing him. His parents attorney Michelman Medina hopes. The lawsuit will deliver sexual abuse will deter sexual abuse anywhere. Whenever information comes to light as it did in this case that a proper and thorough investigation

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"michelman" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"All right. Care. Chicken shack. Buck buck buck buck. Buck a buck. Five. Triangle with watch only. We love it. Hey, good, touch you. The big podcast with shack at gmail.com. Here it is. He got any submissions for us. We love hearing from you. Thanks so much for being a part of the big podcast check. We love it. When you're a part of the family, we love it when you are watching on Facebook watch when you're listening on podcast one and you're subscribing when you are part of our Instagram, Facebook, Twitter families, and the big pie cancelled shack on Instagram, go followed and rod. How did they get in touch with submission? The big podcast with shack at g mail dot com. If you have a theme song or a question or a borderline, that's where they go. And we're at check cast on Twitter, the big chicken, check, Facebook, watch. Wait for that. Thanks. Hey, find cast one sports is where it's at podcast. One sports is worth that. No. Yeah, absolutely. It's got to check it on out. Thanks for Apodaca s. You guys go Michelman where you say you consume lashing. Okay. So that's it. Great ball of the guys on Twitter at shack at John Kincaid and at rob jenner's or get more clips and nonsense on.

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"michelman" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"We've even forgotten that were just, you know, the the six of us out by fire, or, you know some sacred event or something like that. It that we were. We were cultivating the energy for what our relationship is, what our marriage is, what our creative expressions are and what our family life is. We've been doing that all along with consistency, and it's not a quid pro quo thing, no. Doing this for a long time and it doesn't. It doesn't pay off in this mathematical equation sort of way, and it's not immediate and it doesn't show up in the way or in the form that you would like it to or when you would like it to. But I think it's more of a mindset in how you approach your life that that that that provide your life with greater depth in meaning just meaning. Yeah, that meaning in that connection definitely. And I think that also this is just a share a little bit more about my benched two months, sort of inner experience that I've been in, I was really struck profoundly over the amount of content that is being. Given into the collective and knowing that thoughts are things and that technology takes up space. It's like when you feel into the planetary grit or what's happening around the earth with all the output that's going out there, I felt a real need for discernment, discernment for what information I'm by associated with what am I participate in with and how is that an alignment with my divine design and what is the highest use? And so I've felt very sort of I was given pause actually because I've been experiencing in this in this time, the beauty of having actual physical human friends and support in my life budget. Imagine that. So I was working with my yoga therapists Michelman Frago who's just a a master at the body. And he said he basically delivered me like. Zen sword, little explosion into my psyche and in a went like this, I was just trying to stretch my leg away and I was in my bedroom and I said, oh, my my leg won't reach. So I'll move the Matt and he said to me or we could move the bed. And that just hit me so profoundly at so many levels. And I kept hearing this tape in my head for days afterwards where I would say to myself, I dedicated my life to moving the bed, and I was aware of the limited perspective that we have in our maybe human self of really what is going on and really thinking about fake news and how we're creating these pockets of experience on Instagram, and we think the world is colored this way. And in fact, there's a whole nother color happening in another another area. And I was just given pause, actually, great pause, in addition being revitalize this wellness summit in June, which was extrordinary. I was asked to give the blessing along with shaman Derek, which was beautiful and. And I also was taken aback at the focus of mental mental illness and mental health being on her trajectory of wanting to get it to the visibility that cancer has in fifteen years. And this is like we're trying to solve problems from a way of thinking that is osso leat that is that is proven that it is not working. So explain to me your your mega reaction to the idea of a spotlight being on mental illness in the way that it is on cancer. So what we need is in this is what what was brought into awareness is we need tools and techniques to facilitate humanity in clearing their trauma because all these diseases and all these illnesses and imbalances are a spiritual crisis. It's it's where it's a ridge naming so. If we had this, this connection is deep connection. We would understand that all life is divine, and we would understand the power of thoughts in things and ancestoral traumas that are lodged in the body. So the way that we become well, the way that we enter into a state of expansion is not by focusing on the thing that we don't want. So you could use cancer as a subject. And I apologize in advance for anybody who has transcended cancer or become healthy or even used a western methods. It's all appropriate in in different individuals experiences, but I'm not one, I'm not marching for cancer. I'm not wearing a pink ribbon to bring awareness to cancer. I'm bringing my life into awareness of spiritual connection, which is beyond any pill pharmaceutical..

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"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

"And i'm like we've been like in with the lawyers all this stuff over the last two weeks ago it already in 'perfect and it ran right before i came into the suits gosh i can't wait to read that fascinating happy with and i hope we don't get sued and we did not call them called they're not a call the other people were quoted us we're a cold here but we'll thanks everybody thank you jordan michelman everyone checkout spread dot com i was going to tell everyone to check out spreads dot com anyway because it covers to basically my two favorite beverages coffee and wine and hannah wallis you've been killing it with your wine industry coverage for seven fifty daily i have to log world for seven fifty daily and you were just down at linfield college weren't you know i didn't go down but i have a we'll have acuna with the director of the archives rich schmidt coming out soon on fifty daily so those archives are amazing and speaking of linfield college dr greg jones who really is the world foremost vineyard clement gis it's pretty exciting to have you in the studio today's episode was recorded in the high fiber protein packed city of portland oregon in the studios of opb you can read all about us on the opb website our editors alex ward and special thanks to be sound supervisor stephen cray enter theme music was performed by the incomparable wine importer kermit lynch hey everybody i've got some homework for you go to our facebook page and fill out our listeners survey it will help us to get more of the content you love to you and the more of you who respond the more it helps our show we want to know why you waste your time listening to us and if you haven't already pleased rate are james beard award winning show tunes subscribe to the four top on your favorite podcast app and tell your friends about us tweet us or post on our facebook page or on our instagram feed we want to hear everything you want to share with us but by now.

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"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

"Dr jones that climate jane's it's good if you're a newfoundland winemaker but if you live in a heavily forested area maybe not so much yeah exactly well on that happy note i think we need to drink some resume jordan i'm gonna pour some into your glass thinking now thanks what is this rosa that you're pouring tell us about it good good audio there you know what it literally just arrived it's a sample even though my rosaiah book was published more than a year ago still receiving random razzies the president received a box of all these problems rose as that had fancy looking bottles and fancy names that don't seem to relate to anything so this is just called urban it's good i like and it has catchy typeface that sort of texan cowboy of provencal rose one instantly thinks of urban areas what did you say this looks like a perfume perfume bottle but like the relief big format kind see like at the dollar store kind of everyone's grandmother using their perfect like ten year old gifts to give to someone don't have any better just thinking you should write a book on some other things as well like maybe blue cheese ham or something and you get all kinds of things yeah the blue cheese just sitting in my sitting on my porch until i get home urban blue cheese samples well let's move onto our third course since this episode is going live in early june the very start of summer when rose as appear like clockwork and everyone shop window and on every decent restaurants wine list jordan michelman i know you're a fan of resume i'm sure you've been watching how it's been just exploding every summer seasons selling more and more i'm hoping you will join me though to make rosa year round wine what do you think i wholeheartedly agree with you my favorite time of the year to drink rose as in the january february i love like a winter weight rosa like big broza in the cold weather also like my favorite time to drink like a rose rosa champagne what's the perfect time of year to train like pink champagne but i think that if the internet list ecole is to blame or at least partially to blame for the like five raise you have to try the summer thing that we can look to literature as a.

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"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

"Pests and mold and rot right exactly yeah and i guess the other underlying point maybe we should make is that grapes are more kind of fragile than many other crops are they not i mean they're perennial they don't need they aren't replanted annually so they live alone time and there are a little more delicate have those tiny flowers that can be knocked off by rainer hail it's not like zucchini plant that just kinda grows anywhere you plan to describe it as that broad acre crops like weed and soybean rice and and corn can be grown across a fairly wide geography and therefore white climate wine grapes are only pretty much mid latitude to slightly higher latitude type of producers and so when you look at the entire spectrum of vitas vanessa the european wine grape variety it has a very narrow climate and geography but if you take any individual variety like pinot noir or something you know on a cool climate side it even has more narrower niche so small changes in climate mean a lot to given variety more so than it would be for the entire spectrum of species well now you've got me feeling a little more upbeat about climate change i guess i guess we can move onto our next course wildfire wines lest autumn wildfires famously devastated napa insa noma and closer to our studio hero our own columbia river gorge in oregon was hit really hard by forest fires it's never a good time to be in the path of a fire but the sad truth is that wildfire season tends to fall right around the time when winemakers are harvesting in late summer and early autumn henna wallis you have been covering the intersection between the environment and the wine industry in your work so i wondered if you have any thoughts about wildfires and wine yes and let me just preface by saying i haven't yet written about the subject but i have done a little research the past couple of days and so as i understand it most of the northern california harvest had come in by the time the wildfires hit there so i would say about ten percent of napa grapes refected ten percent of cinema grapes were affected.

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"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

"Shoot salsa twelve hello and welcome to the four top it's around table discussion of today's hot button topics in food and beverage i'm your host katherine cole we are thinking about summer and wine as we record episode fortyfive but in typical four top style we will grapple with some serious heavy issues relating to climate and the environment before retreating to the later more frivolous topic of rosa i'm joined for this episode by dr greg jones director of the grace and can instead center for wine education and the chair in wine studies and professor of environmental studies at linfield college in mcminnville oregon well dr jones in jordan michelman beverage journalist and co founder of the online publication spreads hello thanks for having me back nice to have you back and hannah wallis journalist covering food one in agriculture for publications such as vogue and civil eats hi hannah tied to see you again thanks for having me again i'm so happy rozier bike here now it's time for our first course kind of a downer but we'll try to make it light climate change and wine we've all seen the starving polar bear video on youtube but forget about those animals let's focus on the true victim of climate change wine but in all seriousness millions of jobs rely on the ability of certain grapes grape varieties to grow in certain regions of the world how soon will these regions be forced to switch gears ending traditions that have lasted decades if not centuries dr jones hit us with the bad news august my first question is why do you call the downer i don't know.

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"michelman" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"I don't i don't it's bad for your alcohol that for your throat when you're covering from coal what will i be chattering about so i have recently been on this michelman kick director michael mann into i've just been watching a bunch of michelman films in the one thing i wanted to one so i wanted to recommend i is two thousand four collateral which i feel like is like an expensive move lead it has two big stars jamie foxx and tom cruise but is basically like managed from cultural radar it is this i'd say strange like anti action movie action movie you can imagine the pitch we want you to make a thriller involving one of the biggest stars in hollywood but what it turns out to be very cerebral very tents film for the first hour and a half in its conclusion becomes a kind of like michael man does his take of jason voorhees movie with tom cruise playing the monster at the end it's very strange in very interesting i would highly recommend it i also recommend man's foulup declutter which was two thousand six miami vice film is extremely strange kind of like deconstructed action film where the action is incidental to the entire narrative in everything's about atmosphere in feel and mood and it also starts to me fox in colin farrell is though is the white guy in this case highly recommend them if you're looking for just should've quasi experimental mainstream movies at checkout which is what i do when i'm sick jack let are you gonna be chattering about over a drink this weekend but what i have been chattering about is this writer television producer anthony horowitz i read a book by him by the way let me just back up and say like occasionally i will run into something that i really like like for instance when i saw mark rylance in cromwell i had read the hillary mental books and love that show and then i found myself just basically renting.

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"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on The Four Top

"So where's all the excitement in nanno roasting and micro micro roasting right now with other parts of the world where roasting is more interesting trends that it that we should be watching won't one of the things i had the thought of when you were saying know is the interesting means somebody is going to be in their cafe roasting um they may be on five years ago that's probably what the what that meant but there's been this big trent that's happened and there's a facility at new york that was sort of the tip of this before it called the police collective but we have one here now in portland called for the buck men coffee factory and it's this idea of collaborative roasting spaces where there's all the equipment you could ever need and even things like green storage and training and things available but people can rent time threw out like a calendar throughout the month so that you don't have to own all your own equipment or do that rose singing you're space to be able to be your own roaster and this has had a huge effect act i feel like portland we've really seen it happen very dramatically in terms of like cafe is being will recall wholesale co customers have bigger restaurer companies to now many of the small even tiny single owneroperated cafes or also roasters now in 2018 and the cohosting that phenomenon of correcting that business model has really made that possible financially possible and there's some cool benefits that that brands have for being able to do that you have the pride of being able to say that euro the coffee that you're serving which is i think is cool for entrepreneurs you get to do you're on packaging for it which is cool for entrepreneurs and they get to work with our as they like maybe they're artists themselves and they can have that and there's some like cost margin stuff that are as offered to them versus buying roasted from uh from like the bigger roster company as the trade off can be that sometimes this bigger usher companies are bigger us companies because they're really good at resting hoppy and like really good at surfing coffee and how.

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"michelman" Discussed on IoT inc

IoT inc

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on IoT inc

"Training i'm proud to say there are around sixty students enroll four of graduated in one is landed a big iot job thrown out later and with that i give you how to get in i ote product greenland with michelman kebich and the in our view the best way to start experimenting this iot used to seek out a small file a case that arguments exist system functionality ends create some some new business days and it can't affects extends from all of existence systems because if any uh any major changes required stop will inevitably lead to internal conflicts before talking go to market strategy we need the talk go to green light strategy for most people internal or external iot is a big unknown an unknown are scary to get that iot pilot started think small enough illusionary in this episode of the it business choice speak with michael min kebich about his experience and building iot products and systems and the best way to get them green let four days as mall i'll leave that aside of the ihc business failure people who the business and they've have noisy of the next generation internet this is that i ate seized in business sire and now he's your highs use then kellyanne hello and welcome to the iot business show this show is for business leaders and managers employing the internet of things for their business or the business of their customers find your host bruce sinclair and i interview the industry's leading authorities to find out how they use iot complete business and create values if you like this show subscribe to it on iteens can go to ohio t dot com the check out my complimentary articles videos meet ups and whether or not.

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"michelman" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"michelman" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"The getting the bsnl got dokee bomb dancing argued up always in forever i'll tell you there was underlined right here why don't feel your fuck codes in any event this poor sundaravej died and look we all love that bucket song guys the of course if we got a movie out of it as well but the one i love is always in forever always and array for of each moment with you who is just like a dream to me and you zalm how came true and i know i that i'll on whatsoever that got the idea he saying that london song per se goes we've got a live below you get another drink soda ever change adam a love me joe way no way with this i i got this one aren't sale be ooh really care take the rest i came to an windmills to ma gather two ooh we'll get you a big boy segment all by yourself so you're here i also like to take a look at the actors in movies and tv shows who sometimes don't give the best performance is in fact sometimes the acting is horrible but we found sometimes that bad acting go all the way around the become exquisite acting that is welcome to the world of exquisite taxi with ralph dahman land given spent all this week the exquisite acting comes from michelman yeo's from melbourne australia long fucking a litter name ma'am michael manure from melbourne old all the way across the board now he was watching the 1999 comedy blast from the past why no one knows.

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