20 Burst results for "Musil"
"musil" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
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The Trump vote is rising among Blacks and Hispanics, despite the conventional wisdom
"That President Trump did better than some people expected with black and Latino voters. We say it appears because votes were still being counted. The election results looked very different on Tuesday night than they do right now, and they may look different again, but we can say The president made a bid for black and Latino voters, and some responded, including in the very closely fought state of Nevada. NPR's Leila Fadel reports This year was the first time 29 year old Amanda Sandoval voted. I woke up early. I arranged for my mom to take my kids to school, and I got there half an hour early, and I waited in line and I voted, and it was a huge moment in my life because this election is so important, it's more important than any other election. In history because it's going to dictate so much of our future. She's a trump supporter. So is her husband, and neither of them voted in 2016. But this year, the self described conservative Mexican Americans chose the president because of their anti abortion stance as devout Christians as well as trump supporter of school choice and promises of a better economy. Part of what may be a record turnout in Nevada. And in this purple State. Latino voters have been the backbone to every single democratic presidential win here. Black and Asian voters are also key. And while Biden will win black and Latino voters by landslides across the country, which could deliver him the election and Nevada Trump appears to be getting more not less support in black and Latino communities. Both campaigns have heavily invested in courting communities of color and Latino communities, in particular in Nevada. Musil Harvey is a fellow at Columbia University's sociology department. It's a glaring indictment of the Democratic Party than in the midst of Ah recession and the major pandemic that a lot of minority voters. I did not believe that their lives would necessarily be better off under Joe Biden that Donald Trump Despite the outsized economic devastation, death illness is in the midst of this pandemic for Latino and black communities. There's hardly a better indication of Democrats. Inability to speak toe ordinary people about things. They care about this that in midst of the milieu we find ourselves in they still lost minority voters, Garvey says. Minority voters need to be treated as individuals. They are some conservative, some more liberal, some who want limits on immigration. People are less concerned at the end of the day when they're casting their ballots. Whether or not a politician likes them or with it or gets it or if they're woke or not, versus this person going to make my life my life going to be better or worse in the next sort of four years. We really are not a monolithic group that Sander Dixon she heads empower 3 60. It engages and mobilizes black voters in Nevada. She's hoping for a record turnout. She's a Democrat that runs a nonpartisan nonprofit and believes Nevada will go to Biden because of black and Latino voters. But she says she's a little disappointed that her party hasn't fully figured out how to really engage black voters on issues beyond identity. And so because of that, you can get all of the turn out that you want, but you're seeing the results. Of not putting in the work to engage them when it's off cycle to inform them and educate them about issues to make sure that you're actually connecting to the pain that they're having at the time and you're able to turn that into Democratic results, she says. Voters she engaged said racial justice was important because it's been a fight every generation battles a given, but most important to the voters, she spoke to you on Election Day. We're healthcare education jobs, So the political parties need to engage voters early and often on the issues that matter to them. On Wednesday, she was waiting for election results and paying poll workers in Candice's. You're so welcome. Thank you so much for everything. Among them was Dante Walker. Thie 21 year old almost didn't vote. He jokes that he was like the people he end up trying to convince to cast their ballots. Like I don't think I will have a voice or my wish would be heard if I did vote or it mattered if I voted, so that's one. He describes himself as very churchy his work to engage voters the Lord's work. I came to my decision because I passed in my church, she said. Whoever spoke unity at the election is the one who's supposed to vote for Bytom was the first person who was said immunity, so he chose Biden, his cousin, just six months older shows trump his family, not a monolith and political parties need to understand that because even if Democrats take the overwhelming majority of black and Latino voters, thes elections come down to a few 1000 votes in places like Nevada. Leila Fadel.
"musil" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"I just find it one of the best. And also one of the easiest because. Helps you in many ways track things and if you think about it. A journaling. or no taking. A, really like the the first primitive form of computer because of did towns of. The save to later. And also. You can think about it like you know you ancient computer. Although, I can't really see people. You know. Cuneiform in with the the message of special shaped clay while bunch notes, and then it tries the leg add on. AMPs apple out. I guess as I. Think of all the work for that. You know I mean. Yeah. Audible people this for thousands of years. About does narrowly show. WE HAVE FOUND ANYTHING NO EGYPTIAN PAPYRUS OR SUMERIAN, cuneiform? Or. In any other of the A-, the various ways that people jetted down things, I mean I know we found this up supplies and inventories and calculations and all that I don't know vivid funding notes from somebody trying to compose writing. But you have no out there. But. I've always felt that in many ways. Not Taken to me always seemed to be natural in terms of of somebody being creative. Does made sense so that you didn't miss a Musil. You miss a memory unit miss moment. And this makes me always made sense as why try to encourage people to do so I think they find themselves. LOT BETTER OFF With that something that seems so innocent an easy and and quite frankly informal become an so intrical and so important you great deputy accounted to be really essential. I honestly don't know. If it would be easy for me to live without. Doing some Soda Note. As as me I guess I'm really into. There's folks that do this on the more formal bases and a formerly journal using a formal journal. And what is that? It's really more and my opinion of.
"musil" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"You no longer longer live the normal american life you are set apart for jesus and now aw everything that you say and do must be carefully examined in light of what jesus has called you to do and to say and to be see we don't need the baptism of the holy spirit if we're simply going to walk in our own power and our own strength and were just going to do the best we can do. We can say well. I did the best i could do and that's all i can do. No i'm calling you to a place much higher and much different than worldly church of our day. I've read accounts of what's happening in moose oil. What's it's happening in iraq in musil. Just a few short years ago there were fifteen thousand thousand people. There were fifteen thousand christians today. There are forty the churches burned thousands have been martyred. They face the reality convert to islam. Tom pay the price or die by the sword and these islamic caliphate men of islam are willing to die for their cause and lead list is to say many christians. Many christians have died for the cause of jesus christ but were in america. Are you willing to die for jesus or should i ask the more difficult question. Are you willing to live for jesus. Are you willing to be set apart from the world and its affairs airs in its activities. Are you willing to be set apart from the entertainment of the world from the lust of the world. Are you willing to be set that apart from the drinking of the alcohol and smoking of the drugs of tobacco and pot and everything else. Are you willing willing to be set apart from adultery and fornication and pornography. Are you willing to be set apart from the wickedness of this world. Are you willing to live set apart for jesus. That's what the call is to be utterly set apart for our lord jesus. We say jesus we love you. We sing these beautiful wonderful love songs in church and then go live like the world and feast on the things of darkness and people apple become very angry and defensive with me when i begin to identify the things of darkness and they how can that be pastor. You're crazy busy well. If you say that it's because you have the spirit of the world in you and you haven't haven't made that decision yet that you will be set apart for jesus christ. That's what i'm asking you to do to make make that choice to be utterly totally and completely set apart from the world for jesus now in the old testament. There are many examples. I think of noah utterly set apart for god..
"musil" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Check in your pocket at true. Car. True. Look at you snacking. Why just give an inspirational speech? Started thinking about food. I'm going to say. Going back. I'm going to quickly throw something down. What am I talking about arson? Probably not that much. Okay. I'll just take that. Same logic applies to that. Are you wanna quick AD therapies, if you want? Yeah, let's just wrap it up with that. Go ahead. Kayla. Hi, actually. True high. I was looking to ask you a question about any therapies for alcoholics. Is it something that is even worth looking at? What's it's nicotine nicotinamide to shoot shot? I I couldn't couldn't pray. pray. It's a part of the oxidation reduction state in the cells. And it turns out if you get a big infusion for alcoholics really diminishes their withdrawal symptoms, the Katina mind, a dent Edney dine nuclear tied there. It is, and it, it transferred hydrogen ions, and I it's, it's important part of how we metabolize ourselves. And when you've been drinking you shift in one direction, and the NFC infusion centrally shifts you back. And, and I've lots appears that use it in claim to see great success with it. So it's not without its, how's it administered? It's an intravenous infusion. So how does that make you sober? It just helps you with your draw. You would you still have to do the work of sobriety. Right. Yeah. And you get an infusion of it. Yep. Multiple. I think a couple of infusions. Yeah. Several fusions. Thanks kayla. Question. If you don't mind me asking about the measles. I was not vaccinated as a child, but I did have the Musil's when I was in my late teens still should probably go get vaccinated for. You actually had measles. I had it was terrible. That's awful. Jesus. As ADEMA say, which says, she should you do to her parents. Yeah. Right. Parents are still very, very much against wondering if there's any other vaccines that I should get as an adult. Oh. Child HP. He needed to get you out to get meningitis for sure. You did you go to college, and they require you to get these things for school. My parents find a way to forms for elementary and high school. And I unfortunately did not go to college, and the medical Bill. Are I did a trade? You need to get your updated harmless vaccine's. Sorry about your shitty parents. Okay. Okay. Just wanna know now. I have to look, you know, get hepatitis b you should get hepatitis as you get HP should get meningitis probably offline too. I mean, a lot of stuff you need to catch up on all and tennis theory of protest, all of that. I just updated some of my backseats. It's harmless. And it did not do not have any reaction. Okay, not tackle bell material. My stand up special at chassis, C H A, S S, Y dot com. I.
The return of measles
"Anyone around in the nineteen sixties and earlier new not to mess with the measles measles, aka Rubia is a dangerous and highly contagious. Infectious disease. It was common knowledge back, then that if you're lucky measles merely came with a high fever, cough, runny, nose red, watery eyes, the infections signature angry red rash. But if you're not so lucky, you can add to that any number of complications, about ten percent of measles patients, get severe diarrhea and ear. Infections more. Dire complications include pneumonia and encephalitis, which is brain swelling that can further cause convulsions deafness cognitive impairment, and even death contracting disease while pregnant can cause premature birth low birth weight for the baby and even miscarriage and some people develop a rare and fatal central nervous system disease called sub acute, sclerosis, penance f- litis about seven to ten years after they've had measles today. However, many people don't know much about this terrible disease, which one struck three to four million people. Annually in the US alone and killed four hundred to five hundred per year. That's because in nineteen sixty three a highly effective vaccine debuted and measles, infections plummeted them in nineteen seventy eight the centers for disease control and prevention began working to totally eliminate this infectious disease from the United States through widespread use of the measles, vaccine, it worked by the year, two thousand measles, was declared eliminated from the nation during the decades when measles was steadily on the decline memories of the disease and its many dangers also disappeared. Unfortunately, measles began showing its ugly red face again in the late two thousand and twenty teens. And as of two thousand nineteen, it's raging in many parts of the United States, including New York state in Washington state, while many of these outbreaks occurred because of people with the infection coming into the US one large outbreak in two thousand fourteen that second three hundred and eighty three people was largely due to an unvaccinated group of Amish people. Another outbreak started at Disneyland in California in two thousand fifteen possibly due to someone contracted measles overseas. One hundred and forty seven people became sick. The return of measles is concerning enough. But in two thousand fifteen study showed people who came down with measles, where risk for getting a raft of other diseases, their immune systems had developed a sort of amnesia when measles attacks your body, it goes to war with your white blood cells, specifically, binds to your beat and T-cells, then wipes them out being T-cells are highly specialized cells critical to your health. They're the ones that recognize infectious germs in your body, then quickly multiplied to fight off, these unwelcome invaders, a subset of your being T-cells also remembers each infection you can contract if that kind of bacteria or virus strikes, again, they recognize it, and prompt your immune system to spring into action, so fast that you probably won't get sick. That's immunity. But because measles, trashes your white blood cells. It places you at high risk of coming to other infections and not just for a few weeks after you get it after mass measles, vaccinations occurred in the nineteen sixties childhood deaths from measles plunged as expected. But. So did childhood deaths from a host of other infectious diseases in resource poor countries, the drop in childhood death rates post measles? Vaccination was as much as thirty to fifty percent in some of the poorest nations. It was a whopping ninety percent. In two thousand twelve researchers began to figure out why this is a study with rhesus monkeys showed that, while the monkeys immune systems began producing Nubian T-cells a month after contracting the measles, these new cells only remembered that the monkeys had had measles in the past. They didn't recall any of the other infections. The monkeys had had basically the monkeys immune systems had him nesia. This meant the primates would have to go through all sorts of illnesses, again to regain the immunity levels that built up since birth, and it appears that the same is true for humans in two thousand fifteen results of a study were published in the journal science that showed children who got the Musil's and survived. We're more likely to subsequently die from another infectious disease than kids who never got the measles in the four countries studied Denmark, England, Wales and the United States, the children's immune systems all appeared to be weakened for two to three years post measles. Although the measles vaccine is highly effective. Measles remains one of the leading causes of death among young children globally. Nearly one hundred and ten thousand people died from measles around the world in two thousand seventeen mostly children under the age of five on a more positive note because increasing numbers of kids are receiving the measles, vaccination deaths from this infectious disease plunge. An incredible eighty percent between two thousand two thousand seventeen which quotes to the prevention of about twenty one point one million deaths. Measles is still common in impoverished countries, especially those in African Asia where vaccination levels are lower. Furthermore, outbreaks are especially damaging in countries recovering from natural disasters or undergoing violent conflicts in these situations. The administration of vaccines is often interrupted some more people are at risk of contracting the disease, and when many people end up in cramped quarters such as refugee, camps or emergency shelters. The situation is ripe for an outbreak since measles spread so easily transmitted mainly through coughing sneezing and close personal. Contact the virus concern. By for up to two hours in the air and on surfaces. This means an infected person can coffin one room, then leave and a second person walking into the room. Two hours later can contract measles, simply by breathing in the contaminated air. With a highly effective and reasonably priced vaccine available. The fight continues to radically measles from the earth.
"musil" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"I think Brad's really great. Brad. So we're just joking about that before how like much doesn't have this. And we'll talk about it. It's in your show notes for YouTube regarding like, some they are changes that are coming up like YouTube now has this problem with like, we help contribute evidently to the outbreak of Musil's coming back like that's a terrible headline and new story to Google and YouTube that marks off, thankfully to this point has had a story like they could at any moment. Right. That's the business where end so can't put them too, high a pedestal. But so far. Yeah. I mean, absolutely, right. That the last few years it's been Facebook and Google taking the brunt of all this privacy stuff. And you know, it's worked in Microsoft's favor. But that's what's interesting because if you ask somebody a couple of years ago is Microsoft to privacy focused company. They would say hell, no, look at windows ten and all telemetry, it sends back that you can't turn off, but somehow without doing much, it seems Microsoft has started to look more like I guess in the comparison to Facebook and Google a privacy focused comes. Any they're closer to apple. Right. Apple like apple. They haven't ch-, you know, they haven't taken the flag of privacy and planet and said, this is us or have them they have a little bit. But they're definitely in between. I would say apple and Google in terms of privacy. They're not quite as you know, good as I would say apple, but they're also different business models to but I'll see Google I was just in. We'll talk about the numbers later Google. But like I was blown away they made thirty six billion in revenue thirty billion of that was advertising like if you ever need to know what Google's businesses like that's a pretty clear sign versus what markets offs businesses. Advertise Bing advertising. Quired overture right, which they wrote off as a flop, but they they want. This is almost just luck for Amazon for apple and Microsoft both had ads they worked both pursuing at tech. And in both cases it failed and whole Hallelujah. We don't care anymore. We did a good thing. Right. It's a tough business, obviously, Google sweeping up everybody. But yeah, their numbers this quarter. Obviously weren't great. I also find that funny to their numbers ailing get set dead to seventeen percent improvement for advertising and evidently that's not good enough for wall. It's like because it used to be a twenty percents. Clearly, there's a problem by get it. There's a slowdown in advertising and when nam which of.
LA County, LA And Outbreak discussed on KNX Programming
"A measles. Outbreak is declared LA county after confirmation of a cluster of measles cases acquired locally from someone who traveled abroad to big concern in particular for those who aren't immunized against measles. Typically, we see about ninety percent of people who've never been with Basil's become ill within seventy twenty one days after exposure Davis. The county's public health officer points out the disease. It's highly contagious and people infected with measles can spread it for days before any symptoms appear. There is a fifth unrelated case of measles LA county that was apparently acquired abroad and officials are checking to see if that person may have infected anyone else locally. The public health department has put out a list of possible. Musil's exposure dates and locations that includes spots at UCLA Cal State LA. The CDC expects measles cases nationwide too soon hit a record high since the disease was declared eliminated in the US nearly twenty
"musil" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Unbound dot org. St. Peres WBZ twenty four hour traffic network. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. We'll see rain and gusty winds through the overnight and into the morning hours today. A wins Augusta forty. Miles per hour and dole see some heavy rain perhaps on the Cape for a while. Some snow is expected inland. A coating to an inch or two toward four ninety-five. Especially on the grassy surfaces and the highest amounts expected across the higher elevations low thirty-three inland. Thirty nine along the coast clouds break for some sunshine this afternoon. A wind advisory is in effect for the afternoon and early evening. As wins, Augusta forty five miles per hour. High fifty seven to sixty one mostly clear and blustery tonight. Low thirty seven sunshine returns, Thursday cooler day with a high of fifty three I'm AccuWeather meteorologist, Brian Thompson. WBZ newsradio. Our top local story the fourth child flu related deaths in the state a teenage boy from Middlesex County, the other three cases to or girls from Middlesex County and a boy from Worcester county. Health officials say although data may suggest the peak of the flu season has passed. It is not yet over now to a person diagnosed with Musil's in greater Boston. Maine health officials say so people in foul mouth and Westbrook may have been exposed as the infected person. Visited businesses and the two communities last Wednesday, Massachusetts health officials say that person visited businesses in several locations last Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, Dr Arianne corrosion, director of community health at Mass General tells WBZ TV being vaccinated is important if a person has been vaccinated, and if they're feeling well, then there shouldn't be any cause for concern early symptoms of measles occur ten days to two weeks after exposure and may resemble a cold a casino license at stake. A state gaming regulators begin a series of hearings into win resorts suitability to run the Everett.
"musil" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Center. Let's still pretty quiet north county. Tom westbound seventy six a little busy right around the halls ferry west four scenarios. So it's not bad. We have an accident reported on Lewis and Clark boulevard, south of chambers. I believe there's some restrictions and delays in that area that it's an EMS crew. So that seemed as a couple of minutes ago, southbound sixty one from oneself Parkway down to seventy s a little slow eastbound seventy says the little busier right around Brian road starting to see maybe a few brake lights pop in that area. But eastbound seventy and eastbound sixty four east of that point will look good running across the Missouri. River bridges headed into work on the south side Maria. One forty one past Big Ben that left lane was blocked by debris earlier, they're trying to get that move. Northbound seventy it starts slowing from fifty five. Now, we have an accident reported by tests on ferry three cars on the right shoulder. But it sounded like we might have had a second accident there. So they do have a slowdown in the area. Once your path grab Lloyd's back on the go for northbound fifty five it slows in pockets before Butler hill up to t seventy eastbound thirty hit slow from running pockets to to seventy four northbound fifty five it's heavy as low now south of the that's all due to an accident there. And then you're slow to mcnutt and then southbound fifty five past Butler hill much out for a stall reportedly on the right shoulder. There was it like on your watch Roger fairly well downtown. I mean, the poplar street that Musil veterans bridges are both cruising so sixty four and seventy there aren't a problem by the McKinley, very tight, you know, met yesterday. I mentioned signal problems announcing a backup beginning GM. They all the way back to Broadway for McKinley bridge and the other bridges have no delays. Oh, there could be restrictions there. Again, this morning or issues. This keep that in mind, all the other bridge crossings are doing fairly well without exception. Next update at six fifty from the steeple traffic center..
"musil" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Good thing. It's not a weekday. Because they'd be kicking me out of the studio and just a couple of hours. There will be a winner at some point. But since we've had history how about the last tie game in a World Series nineteen twenty two game to giants and Yankees, babe. Ruth scores in the bottom of the eighth on a Bob Musil, double they call it after ten insufficient lighting that would be the only game the Yankees would not lose giants one that World Series four games to non and the one tie, Dan Shulman send it back to you. We appreciate it. Doing great work back in the back of the booth. Should I back in the studio tonight as we go to the bottom of the seven inning? David of all these backout for his sixth inning of work. Look who's in the on-deck circle behind KiKi, Hernandez number twenty two. Clayton Kershaw watch him walk it off. How are crazy with Ashby Kershaw is going to bat civic UK Hernandez doesn't ended right here? Kershaw is going to bat for Rheos. At Alex would would start. The did. I give it gets there. While so Keith Hernandez Clayton Kershaw. Justin Turner against Nathan of all the. Here's the first pitch. And it's inside all want. David for of all the Hernandez was one for three..
"musil" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Who? You know, basically, you know, he's Barbara shaves. You're Patty buns right there. Kosten thorburn. What kind of special sauce that Big Mac? Going to want to mess with careful. Another year brings another sensitive stomach of Ryan sheltie and the pre game Meal's. I'll. We wanna talk sensitive stomachs right now. Anyway, so Musil will be with Dora Jayco, and and they will get to Austin. Bygones he into the lineup here. So that that's what the lines are. They've been juggled since what was maybe expected to be with with perran out. But. It'll be it'll be a former to me. There's a lot of story lines that happened in this preseason game. You're talking about Billy who so expected to play the entire game. Sammy Blais who had a great chance last season impact. This roster injuries different things happen. The only played eleven games. There's a lot. But to me, the story line tonight is Robby Fabbri and watching him go, and we'll we can get into later on the Jake Waldman's, the Mitch Ricky's, the Niko Mikkola things along those lines. But to me, I'm just excited to see fifteen back out on the ice. And you know, I'll leave you guys at this. Both you and curbs one thing you, and I have talked so much about is just enjoying the ride and whether it's from the first preseason game of the first spring training game until as far as the season takes you. Enjoy the ride enjoy every day. Enjoy the regular season. I was just saying it's been a lot of ups and downs with the cardinals. I can't wait for this next week and a half. Just your thought is as you get ready and Joe is as you get ready in a new. Role now about this ride in about actually kind of the thought hitting us that even though it's preseason were here and two weeks from Thursday. We're going to be dropping the puck over at enterprise, look tweet out about this the other day, and apparently that fired sent people up maybe you know, in in Joe. Yeah. You're absolutely right. Enjoy the ride. I mean, you're the cardinals you lose today. But you went into action a game and a half up on a wildcard spot heading into the final week where you control your own destiny with games coming up against Milwaukee. In chicago. Of course, San Francisco coming up before that you're the Saint Louis blues if you can if you can get out of camp healthy, and that to me is a key. Holy cow. The the opportunities here. I mean is it gonna be Cairo make any impact kit? Thomas do it did neither do it. And and do the veteran seize the moment, and you essentially look at somebody like a potential Fabbrica piranha route somebody's gotta drop down to a fourth line role in some way, shape or form, you know, Jake gallon. How does he go? I'm watching Jay Schwartz. And I can't wait to watch Jaden Schwartz. Get going here. The injuries. Gotta just float him down. What was the season? I think I truly believe this that if the voters do their job had he not gotten hurt. Jaden Schwartz is a Selke finalists last season. If not the winner, in my opinion in my bias, maybe a little bit because I watch play every game. But without a doubt, they're Jaden Schwartz getting back yet if this year kid can shed who had seventy points a season ago eleven more points than his career-best prior to last year. Can he not only build on it or equal? I don't know. I mean, that's the fun of watching and getting ready for every single game. Chris I think that the Saint Louis blues everything you just said, you know, that they just have no holes, you know, you look at a complete team in the Saint Louis blues right now..
"musil" Discussed on Back To Back
"I think that's for me, like when people say like, like, oh, you know, you stopped academia to do music. Is there anything French literature that in criminal that you end? It's? No, but I do would peaches said is definitely. A commonality between academia and and making music, especially for people like us. I mean, there's there's, you know, there's shredders out there or like real Berkeley type Musil's for whom there's no real mystery. I mean, that's. If you know every court in like the theory behind every song, you can break it down instantly, but there's always new ways to enjoy and perform them one. Oh, nuts where that's where they keep going. Yeah, and they're never bored of their one thing. They're good right through. So so for me, there's a parallel because it's like, you know, with academia, you can never master it. You know, you never finish your paper, you relinquish it, but you could still work on it forever. Same goes with songs and this idea that you're always perfecting your craft. You know an end with us. It's like we, it's funny to talk about perfecting your craft when we were talking about chromium, but it's hard like it's really a fine line because one false move and it's weird, Al yankovic and one false move in its moon. Five. I always said another fos move and it's a joke record, you know, right. Yeah, right. Right. When that's that's actually really interesting to think about. I mean, I'm a huge nerd. I'm come from a well educated background, that kind of thing. And I also, you know, make am known for, I think what a lot of people would think of as kind of lowbrow music, not the chromium is low, but I'm saying this about myself and it's, it's a weird thing. I was thinking about this with what you guys do to where it's, there's all of this thought that goes into what ends up being, you know, sort of a fun product for people. I mean, we, there's definitely lowbrow side what we do, but hopefully there's like a deep highbrow thing in there somewhere too. It depends like it doesn't. You have to, you can enjoy it on whatever level you want. That's that's I think the key, but it does also strike me sometimes when I see like electronic music producers, even more like techno producers who are actually virtuosos and like they make music with seven tracks of of of music, and it's. Like, you know four on the floor and I'm like, you can play all that stuff. But yet you constrain yourself to making very minimalistic drums. I think there's some, there's an elegance to that. Yeah, mint. When I think about your brother eight track as well, you know, and what he does with fools gold and his coal career. It's it's all very intentional. It's all very well thought out conceptualized. But then again, yeah. The end product is, you know, he's playing in front of people who were jumping up dad and it sort of that weird space. I think that's maybe what keeps me around a little bit as I can both be a nerd and a kid at the same time. Same goes with us when we were playing a festival and it's a bunch of kids. I love like the festival. We just played last weekend and even like the LA show. We just played at the palladium. It's like there's, there's a an energy to it. Our new realization is that we're not the only adults in the room who are acting like kids. A lot of our. Audience now are adults and with your up with us, and now they're bringing their kids to criminal shows like we'd never thought we'd see that. That's pretty amazing..
"musil" Discussed on Japan This Week
"Was arrested on suspicion of molesting female department store employees get this while pretending to be visually impaired. That's right. According to police in February, a man named Yose gay needs a Comey. He visited a department store in Tokyo's Chuo ward where he pretended to be blind and he asked a twenty five year old female employees at the cosmetics counter for assistance in finding the men's restroom. I don't know who goes up to the cosmetics girls and ask where the men's room is, but this guy did when they arrived at the said, restroom Musica me fell to the floor. And then when getting up, he groped the woman's breast after that he fled. Police have said a number of female sales clerks have reported similar incidents. He's been happening in department stores in Chula award and in Congo prefecture is well. Now, when they check the store, surveillance camera footage of this February instant and I'm sure they're gonna find it when they check all the other incidents. Police said, measles Comey can be seen perfectly navigating the aisles. No difficulty. He can see everything. In fact, he looks like he's actually checking out his unsuspecting victim before he actually approaches her. Did I hear somebody snicker out there? It's it's going to get worse before. It gets better. Police said Musil Comey who has finally arrest rate. Having trouble talking there who is finally arrested this week has admitted to the charge was quoted by police as saying, I thought I would be treated kindly by the female staff if I pretended to be blind. Well, Japan today readers, man. They went to town on this one reader cer- Bentley Twenty-eight says, now he has to wonder if he'll be treated kindly by the prison staff. If he pretends to be good while mohawk ads, blind Justice will help him to see clearly very soon. Yes, let the pun start. See the light of his ways. I was gonna put something about love is blind, but this has nothing to do with love. It's completely the opposite. This is just another one of Japan, strange characters doing awful things. I'm sure you have some puns out there. Why don't you visit the story.
"musil" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"These they have raw power but don't really have enough hitting skills whether it's anti coordination will pitch recognization were a workable swing path witter the reason is it saying scouts said we don't think he's going to make enough quality contact to hit forever in often if you want to hit for power thing you have to do is hit and i think even in the launch angle error that hasn't really changed you have to be able to hit i somewhat consistently to get to your power unless you are in the joey gallo power class which if you guys are and so certainly if i were talking to young players if i would play development i'd say we're where to develop as hitter i the power is there your you have physically have the power you don't always tweak a swing angle a little bit later rec guys yet successfully older but the hardest thing to learn the most important thing you can do is to be able to hit all of the different skills that go into constituting quality hit or if you hit i we can try to draw out more power but if you're a power guy i it is much harder to teach that guy how to hit keys in baseball there are a bunch of milestones numbers that have become my favorite through the years and i think this note about the fact that each hour debuted on the exact same day second two thousand one is in my top five number one all time for me will always be i think the fact that stan musil in his career had eighteen hundred fifteen hits at home in eighteen hundred and fifteen hits on the road that those perfect statistic in baseball but this is a pretty cool note that those guys started on the same day and i also think that in some ways it's a little fitting because as you know and that i bring h had with the mariners spring training there are a lot of questions a lot of them being asked by loop annella about whether or not he'd be able to play in the big league so initially some doubt albert pools as an amateur wasn't viewed as someone who's going to be a star it seemed like he was sort of on the edge but tony larussa that spring obviously recognized a real talent.
"musil" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM
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"musil" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Wrestling cannot catch catch up to somebody for musil wrestlers restaurant dot has so much experience in the resting compartments differently improve difference aspect of the game and of course i'm going to catch up to him in this specific departments but it's all about hall well i'm gonna put my game together and this is how i'm going to make the difference of fighting in your first huddle fight on on a big card like that did that get you at all in hindsight no no no so it's it's all the same it's fight is different but at the end of the day it's a it's a fight and you gotta go strong you gotta go strong my net and sit so everything that is wrong around is just details and you don't bother with details so now that you've been in there with korea what do you think of him like was he better than you expected him to be just as good how do you feel about him as an opponent as a fighter now that you've actually experienced competing against them i don't see that way i don't seem better she was as expected i just see what what did you rolling out certain time and what she lived on at certain times it sold a chess match anybody suffer everybody talk ten to five is like able to catch the belts anything can happen and you know also we meet just need one punch in all the side can go to a different combination ration so so it's all about the movement that shows to do hot what happened during the sides but definitely is a really tough abundance.
"musil" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"My god who does she worked for shudder stock okay so she's 44 years old she was excited because she'd never photograph them before she saw him coming over she was shooting away with her camera and she said the next thing i know is foot connects with my camera and my camera connects with my face really hard yeah he said he looks trade at me yet one is leg back fullblown kick in the face yeah he was startled she kind of stopped looking at him she just got down and she was holding her face because it hurts so bad it's not as slight kick i mean this guy is walking around in whatever and then the it just it he looks at her i mean and it doesn't look unintentional it's like a effort id kick and she's taking photos of course so she has the photos of him yes right before the moment that he kicks her so he said he apologized and said yesterday while in a state of being lost in performance i kicked over various lighting equipment on our stage today it was brought to my attention that this included a camera held by this woman i didn't mean for that to happen at i'm very sorry i never intentionally cause harm to anyone and working at or attending one of our shows and i hope chelsea will accept my sincere apology i guess he was acting radically all night yeah after kicking chelsea he pulled out a sharp object in cut his own forehead creating a wound that bled for the rest of the show he also called the audience in inappropriate word that starts on our land shouted blank muses musil's the night headlining act he also told everyone to bul him he told everyone to take their pants off and he said i wanna give you all and i you'll never remember so perhaps there is not there's no surprise that the speculation is that he was on something and she said assault in any form is not okay alcohol and drugs are no excuse so she thought she finds on filing a police report yeah she should us is ridiculous and she.
"musil" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The 20th we're leading about seven and nothing in the sixth and seventh inning and the crowd started yelling they want to babe ruth to purge babe an alleged in a couple of years we put baby it took me out of your through we will leading seven and upping by georgia they don't tie the score the scores 707 ruled a home run in the ninth inning to win the game eight two seven on they gave ruled the victory now the time later and about nineteen twenty three whenever world and there's one of the better series between thai carbon the tigers me and the yankees and it's a grudge series because they always suspected cobb oh the picking up grass when he picked up graft two wanted to philadelphia levels the indication of the catcher to give the knocked down and bob musil was the batter and cobb chewed grass from usled thought he detected this from sean up next but the right of near the went out and they swung a lot of phantom blows nobody got him but only rated brought the crowd young riot which it really was we grabbed bachelor surprisingly the crowd as saying get cobb get cobb you see what your made thus no no end well i with a picture in that game and again we will leading sector seven nothing so they they couldn't get a clear bill cleared of the crowd so that part of the game the yankees one another game even though the yankees won that game you didn't get credit because there is no winning or losing pitcher in appointed game so i always bigger add two more games one and i actually want only i figure that your team a great kicked out of your reminiscences great high even the topright well my when ice days upon great game as baseball that was wait height ban and this has been top then wart or lou why are you i did report.
"musil" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"We see musil he said that the the actual mimicking the most when he's government basically creating a partnership a big business the indications are smith health and well first system and found that it was easier to control the people by having the government's handy in all having the government san and everything they do having the tentacles reach out and and touch everything and while people are praising donald trump for keeping a lot of his promises we're seeing a lot of things go down bad job that are really looking pretty battle all of sudden and i'm not i'm not talking about anything specific i'm just saying that when we're looking at history and we see the parameters by which we can judge government and i know that he's been in for a week or so was a let's give my chances and what we're going a chance now and believe me we're seeing ourselves combined not just from trump not just for miss cabinet just right not just for anybody particularly that we can point to figure out government overseeing that's true closer to a despite a game despite like playing field i mean this is complete leader it misses mimicking history in a bad way and when history like this is mimicked well you start to see so many looks more like moose only music italy then hit willis germany what we have as we need been assessing be as as did we need to move so we need to have a militar ice policing of the people at intelligence apparatus that made made it a point to spy and eavesdrop an innocent conversations leaving the people paranoid afraid of some leadership well okay head trauma based change win should america has gone through many times in the aftermath of drama base change we we we tennessee the same groups and names appear in history when the far effective he's occur we've got the scot won bone society we got the see i had a we got dollar um so the training every kissinger george or walker bush david rockets over bill clinton sevigny resisting we have a number people henry kissinger yeah the list of those who are up in the background those souhaite behind the curtain in were always being told about secret meetings or conducted by these groups to build a regroup the cf are trying lateral commissioner.