35 Burst results for "NEO"
"neo" Discussed on Astronomy Cast
"But we continuously discover thanks to Atlas, for example, the meteorites that would have been hazardous and we didn't know about them as they fly past the earth. So in theory, there are some asteroids out there that can impact us and cause damage and it's completely random. I mean, I forget what your chances are. You're like one in like some vast number one in hundreds of thousands to die from a meteorite strike in your life, but you're more likely if you're a normal person who goes on vacations to die in an airplane crash. Right. And this is where completeness becomes an issue. Space is big, finding small rocky things is hard and it gets even harder when they're dark and a lot of these objects are really dark and they just don't reflect that much sunlight back to us. And so the concern is we're probably at the 90 some odd percent of the big stuff that could destroy us as a society has been discovered. And it's the stuff we haven't found that keeps people awake at night and leads to funding of things like the large synoptic survey telescope, which is not Vera Rubin observatory. It's the medium city sized stuff where we know we're not nearly that complete that gets projects like neo wives funded. Well, we'll talk about that in a second, but it's time for another break..
"neo" Discussed on Astronomy Cast
"Enjoy. So, okay, fine. You're talking about small rocks going through people's roofs and landing gently on the pillows beside them. Let's say, what is the minimum size where we're starting to see some real damage to people who happen to be unfortunately under an asteroid strike? This is a double sided problem. There is, first of all, what is the composition of that rock coming down? Because if you have a metal rich asteroid meteoroid, coming through the atmosphere, it's going to survive the atmosphere, a whole lot easier. So you're looking at something that is measured in meters is going to make it to the ground. And make a divot in someone's back pasture. If, on the other hand, you have something that is a really carbon rich chondrite piece of mineral rock coming down through the atmosphere. It could be the exact same size and burn itself up completely through frictional heating. So you're looking at not just how big is it, but what is that sucker made out of? And so when you get a many meter cross chondrite, you can end up with bowling ball sized chunks spread over well, there is a really cool one back in 1969 that came in and exploded over the chihuahuan desert. And left tons upon tons of debris for folks to go pick up and do research on. And so if you want that giant single divot in your yard, you need a big old metal meteorite. You want scattered less dangerous stuff if you ignore the soundwave. That was what got everyone and chelyabinsk..
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban
"At the Cyril ramaphosa Have you ever heard of Cyril ramaphosa mister producer How about mister coal screener He's very busy While he's the prisoner of South Africa today and he's ticked off Joe Biden picked 8 African countries 8 African country A black country is essentially To put a travel man out there and is no doubt I didn't hear anything Every talk show host in America On TV and raiders pointed that out to you Now if Joe Biden were Donald Trump you know that they'd be calling him a racist and here's the thing Joe Biden actually has a racist history That's right he was a segregationist He threw in with the too Mississippi former plantation honors He likes to talk about Charlottesville Charlottesville is nothing to do with race when it came to tromp All I know the lib media the Democrats their little websites get all worked up about it but the fact is the president did not support the clan or neo Nazis None of them It's a horrible death that took place there as well But here he is Cut 13 go We call upon these countries that have imposed travel bans On our country and our other southern African sister countries To immediately and urgently reverse their decisions Now these restrictions are completely unjustified And unfairly discriminate against our country and our southern African sister
MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart Demonstrates Harmful Effects of Critical Race Theory
"Go ahead Play on racial fears for political gain And let's be clear We're all scared to death at you Sick bastard as far as I'm concerned you're absolutely unhinged And this is what's being taught in the classroom This is what's being taught This kind of stuff For Michael Eric Dyson and Jonathan cape heart go ahead Having some of your best friends be black or family members being black guy a big in my view Just look how he creates this projection onto quote unquote white people having some black friends or black people By the way this is critical race theory too Just so you understand What I'm talking about individuals whether they have black friends or brown friends we're not talking about individual When we talk about white supremacy we're not talking about the clan or the neo Nazis No no no We're talking about the broader white race the white dominant people The white supremacy that went on that founded this nation don't you understand What are you a blackhead Don't you get it And nothing can change that unless we turn the country upside down Don't you see
Tens of thousands demonstrate in Rome against neo-fascists
"Tens of thousands of union members and other Italians gathered in Rome to stand up against rising fascism the week off the right wing extremists forced their way into the headquarters of Italy's most powerful labor confederation while protesting a covert nineteen certification requirements for work places the head of the CGIL union confederation led the protests with other labor leaders under the slogan never again fascism organizer is to put the crowd assembled in front of the St John Lateran basilica for the protest a hundred thousand strong some participants waved flags reading seedbox a direct retort to the protesters armed with sticks and metal bars who trashed C. G. I. els Rome headquarters on the ninth of October they
Immigration Is What Funnels Money to the Vatican
"John's iraq. You're telling us that can get two billion a year from china. You're telling us that a german taxpayers funnel many many millions into the vatican. And that's all not. It's not illegitimate known. But what is the what is the end point. Here why are you telling us about all of this money. Going into rome's coffers while public opinion. Germany is very left wing. It's very woke odd. You're the germans are so spooked by nationalism that if you waive german flag at a soccer game people suspected of being neo nazi In order to stay popular in germany and keep the money flowing from the german taxpayers to vatican pope. Francis has a financial interest in sounding woke multicultural just like german public opinion. Then you get to the united states so the. Us catholic church is the is the next bit. Big official source of income for the vatican. Money comes from us catholic. Bishops goes to the vatican weird those bishops kept that money will according to the bishops own statistics. The last time they released budget forty percent of the bishops money comes from the us taxpayer. That's right catholic. Charities and civil organisations do contract with the federal government to resettle immigrats forty percent of the vatican's of us catholic bishops. Money comes from the us tax payers from these contracts serving immigrants so when donald trump tried to impose some order and rule of law on us southern border that threaten to cut off the money supply to the us catholic bishops and hence to pope francis. So we shouldn't pretend that. Somebody like pope francis. He lives in the world pure ideals in and he is so unworldly and we are the ones being worldly and making compromises worrying about money. No he's got a bottom line and protect an immigration is what funnels money to. The
Xi Jinping Takes a Page From Mao Zedong's Red Playbook
"Start at the top bill. Let's talk about who now runs the world's largest communist dictatorship who is xi jinping. What do we need to know about him. And what changes he made recently to the constitutional order of that communist state. Xi jinping is the ruling dictator of communist china He assumed that position in two thousand twelve and immediately began to undo many of the reforms that had been taking place under deng xiaoping began after maoz demise in nineteen seventy six Basically these policies have been taken in ended attempt to re communize china. I would describe xi jinping a neo. Maoist he's a his as reported in my book. Deceiving the sky his his His favourite leaders are hitler-stalin. And now and he is working very aggressively to return China to its communist roots almost in the style of north korean totalitarianism. We've seen him go. After the business leaders in china who wielded enormous power by becoming billionaires Many of them have been imprisoned. Some have been killed. Some others have been driven into exile. And this is all part of xi jinping plan to once again make china a dominant world communist
Author Mary Grabar: Howard Zinn and Nikole Hannah-Jones Hate America
"Heard about the six thousand nineteen project which since we don't have a ton of time i will simply say is evil and full of baloney but when you want some more details i would If you're going to reject something as utterly as i have you wanna be able to back it up with a big book. That has all the facts. Well mary gray bar. Who is my guest. Has written a book called debunking the sixteen nineteen project exposing the plan to divide america. Mary great bar. Welcome thank you. Well listen you. You wrote a book called debunking howard zinn exposing the fake history that turned generation against america. It's devastating stuff. I mean let's start there. Who are these people that obviously you know for lack of a better verb hate america. Why are they putting forward narratives. That are not only pernicious but are actually false. There's no question that howard johnson's version of america and the six thousand nineteen projects version america. This is complete nonsense being pedal as though it were true. Why do these people want to destroy the greatest nation in the history of the world. Well i think they have some personal resentment of howard. Zinn nicole hannah jones. Who is the creator of sixteen. Nineteen project have slightly different. Motivations both are promoting a kind of neo marxist version of history howard zinn of course was a one time member of the communist party and his allegiance was to communism and he hated this country and he hoped to foment a communist revolution. Nicole hannah jones from her interviews. And what. I've read about her and things that she has said has this resentment towards this country She believes perhaps going back to her family. that was mistreated because of their race. The black side of famish used biracial believes that this country has not treated her fairly and she believes in off. The fidel castro's cuba. She praises that regime. She she took a trip there and her politics are aligned with the squad of the democratic party. The far left. She wants to see a redistribution of wealth. She wants socialized healthcare. And so this is a history that kind of fits in. She may not be as aware of the real history is howard zinn but she refuses to take any kind of criticism. How would kind of enlightened her as to what really did
Michele Moro Reviews Marvel's Midnight Suns
"Michelle you our guests. You get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week. Well i think the These away the marvels midnight suns game play. We're talking about well could they. If if that's your choice. I think that's a great one to pick. I personally think that went like that. Looks like my speed of game for sure. And by the way that was a really long Amount of gameplay that they show too. Yeah yeah this week. We had kind of had their exclusive reveal of the of the game play of midnight sons last week. We were talking about the cg announcement trailer of midnight sons. And i got all excited about doing a marvel property and this kind of cool vampiric you know marvel marvel characters but done in this kind of cool. Yeah a different take on the marvel universe well and it's like it's a card game you know so it's gotta be how combat but it's it's like a full on rpg two where you can you know. Every hero in the game has different abilities. And whatever like you can be defensive or protective whatever. And they're going to be lots of costumes and whatever but one of the things they've really honed in on his. You have these little side stories that you can do with like the different avengers like you take a walk with tony stark. In like get to know him better. I just think it's kind of like appreciate the fact that this like. Rpg hard name has like this extra layer of actual like role playing involved. But
Downward Facing Log
"Week's guided meditation for the constantly constipated the digestive warriors struggling for regularity and release the gluten go-getters. The defiant lactose intolerant. The horse lynn princesses. It doesn't matter that you're filled to the brim with undigested food. You still reach for that. Grew yay cheese. Canape and glass of temper neo. And that's what. I love about you girly if you find yourself stressed and overwhelmed by the state of your colon. This one's for you. If you find yourself cradling your belly like your the fucking octo mom but instead of eight babies your pregnant with a penny. Ar abbiati this one's for you if you're five laxative. Sti writhing in pain over your toto toilet rain. Too sweet baby. Hey seuss for even a micro bowel movement. This one's for you. I'd like for you now. Throw yourself on the bathroom floor. Preferrably close to a toilet schussed in case the syrupy smooth textures of my voice act has a natural auditory stool softener.
The War in Afghanistan Was Not a Failure
"And newspapers or even talk radio. They want to have it both ways. They want to tell you that the war in Afghanistan was a failure from beginning to end. But only Biden because of the way Biden evacuated. Only that Should be the focus because he really screwed up because we needed to get out and he didn't do it right. That war was not a failure. That war protected us. And these same people out of the other side of their multi sided mouth. Praise the vets. Those who Many of whom come home. Horribly disfigured in those God gave man the ability to reason for a reason. So irrational and stupid comments can be digested through your cranium. Unravelled. And rejected in whole or part Afghanistan was largely neutralized, Ladies and gentlemen. You didn't hear much about Afghanistan. For a few years. 18 months 24 months. Until Biden lit this fuse. We weren't attacked either. So there's neo Marxists or neo isolationists. Just as dangerous as Joe Biden. They're just as
White House Won't Recognize nor Support Afghans Who Are Desperate to Escape
"Mohammad, his wife, his Children. Unless somehow some of these private entities these vets these great American patriots find him and get him and his family out easy. He's going to be killed in the most horrendous way. Has anybody asked John Kerry about this? How about Chuck Hagel? No, nobody's asked any of them about The White House won't say. Because you see the Afghans won't fight. This is what we're told. Just collapsed. Adam They saw fighting and they just collapse. No, that's not what happened, Folks. Some of the Isolationists and neo Biden supporters on TV and radio talk like this. They have no idea what the hell they're talking about. I've had These Americans who have fought side by side with these Afghans. When this show on my TV show on live in T V General commander kernels. One of them said the Afghans wouldn't fight. Just when you pull the entire support away from them. Becomes a problem.
Rudy Atallah on Evacuating Americans From Afghanistan
"Is he so cold and callous in stubborn. I found the answer today. I think it was reported by richard. Holbrooke it was in. Richard holbrook's diary. He was the special envoy to afghanistan into pakistan and the obama administration. The atlantic reported a revelation from his diary about joe biden. This was back in two thousand ten. According to holbrooke diary when he was asked about he asked about. American obligations to afghans like the girls and the kabul school biden replied with a history lesson. Saying this f. that we don't have to worry about that. We did in vietnam nixon and kissinger got away with it. This is from a credible person. In the obama administration that was two thousand ten and now these remarks we hear until twenty twenty unacceptable. The late richard hall Saying that biden back then said f those people we can just screw them over like we did. In in in in vietnam between eleven and forty thousand american stock in afghanistan. And we're being told by the retired fullest. I'll general who happens to be the secretary of defense that we don't have the capabilities to evacuate them when at the same time rudy. We're hearing that the british with a much smaller armed force a much smaller army is actually rescuing not only their own citizens rudy there. Rescuing the irish citizen to stop there. So can you give us. I'm not talking about politics. Can you give us some factual basis for one. America can cannot do. I mean we. We can definitely evacuate all these people. It's it's the. The problem is as a priority normally. When you do noncombatant evacuations or nieto's. I've done several of them You you delegate. Dod and you give them the free license to to set up and stage for for the box And we've got enough knowledge of afghanistan of dirt fields. runways locations threats. All that stuff is out there for us and we can. We can definitely leverage our capabilities And do it. The problem we have with this current administration is instead of giving dot the priority to do the evacuation. They've turned that priority over to the state department which is not equipped at all to essentially run a neo. And that's why we're having this discombobulated evacuation it's
Three Questions Joe Biden Needs to Answer
"You're telling me the most powerful army on Planet Earth had no better evacuation plan for Afghanistan than to emulate Saigon. Let's do what we did there like that worked out so well, that was your best option. Why did we abandoned Bagrham? Question number one. There has been no legitimate answer. Millie is spinning. And giving nonsense answers. Well, we couldn't do it. Why couldn't we do it? Explain why exactly, we couldn't do that. Yeah. Second Why did the Biden team dismantle this crisis Response team Donald Trump had proposed. And was in the process of funding and building up that was purposefully instituted to deal with crises like this overseas on foreign soil. When we have to implement these NEOS, these non combatant evacuation orders getting out non military personnel. The Trump team had a plan for this. Gosh, what I wouldn't do for me Tweets again, Please, let's go back to mean tweets. Can we do that? I'll take me tweets over controlled inflation. Growing economy, relative recovery from this pandemic, economically and and and a foreign policy where at least we know where we stand. And released. At least we know we're not going to engage in a leave every man behind approach like Obama and Biden did. You dismantle the crisis Response team just weeks before the fall of Kabul in Afghanistan. As a caller alleged on my show on Tuesday it was done to avoid having a response team. Well, that doesn't make sense, then makes perfect sense. State Department doesn't want to response team laying around. If they think Kabul is going to fall because then they'll have to deploy it and they don't want to deploy it. So if they don't want to deploy it, why not just abandon
Senators Want FTC Enforcement on Autopilot
"Aren't so pretty. Nice day for tesla stock today shaking off some of the red from earlier this week. Finishing up three and a half percent to six hundred eighty dollars ninety nine cents comparatively. The nasdaq was down nine. Tenths of a percent most of that drop happening in the last hour. Two hours of trading after the fed minutes came out so the minutes from the federal reserve's meeting today indicating that they are considering tapering off their monthly asset purchases sometime in the near term but obviously those things can and often do change so the market reacting to that towards the end of trading and tesla got pulled down a bit as well so pretty strong day for automakers just across the board today so we ejected on this yesterday but will check in again today probably for the last time this week but weekday performance so far tussles down about four percent a little bit less than four percent so far and actually now doing about a half a percent to full percentage point better than gm. Ford's atlanta's volkswagen and neo so despite all the coverage of the knits investigation. If you'd just slept through the first few days of the week which is actually not a bad strategy for an investor and you just looked at automaker performances we to date. You'd have no idea that there was investigation on tesla. And you'd probably say oh tesla's having a pretty good week relative to others so markets down today tesla up and that was despite reports that two. Us senators are currently urging the federal trade commission to open a probe into whether or not tesla used deceptive marketing practices involving drivers systems features which tesla of course calls autopilots and full. Self-driving that is per the wall street journal. They write quote in a letter to the head of the fdic. We con dated wednesday senators. Richard blumenthal of connecticut and ed markey of massachusetts said they have serious concerns about how tesla advertises. Its advanced driver assistance features. Which don't enable vehicles to operate autonomously. They took aim chief executive elon. Musk for some of his comments and quote.
Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations
"Robin our here. And today we're going to be talking about a couple of analysts. Updates one from goldman sachs about their expectations for a day. I think those are kind of helpful. Just to get a sense of what institutions are expecting for events like that then we've also got a bit of an update on that yuan. Musk source city. Trial some news out of china and a couple of stores as well bit of a tougher day for tesla again. Today though the stock did recover some in the afternoon ended up finishing down about three percent. Six hundred and sixty five dollars. Seventy one cents. The nasdaq was also down today. Nine tenths of a percent. So i know feels like a rough week for tesla. But it's been kind of a rough week for all automakers looking at a handful here you can see. Gm down six for instilling tests down about four and a half percent. Volkswagen in neo down seven percent expand down six percent average across the board of those down six percent so desolate spent a little bit worse. But not really all that much especially given the context of the nitsa investigation as the interest from that fades from earlier. this week. Everyone is going to be turning their attention to a idea of course scheduled for this thursday. It'll be five. Pm pacific time eight pm eastern time. I do believe tesla intends to livestream it. We don't have those details yet. But i think eli had previously said that they would though i can't find that tweet at the moment i'd be shocked if they didn't and also plan on live streaming as well so as i mentioned goldman sachs last night. Put out a note with their expectations for a day and in their introduction. They did note that this is going to be a purposeful recruiting event. So hopefully that stands from tesla has kind of cut through to most investors and. I think that really helps to keep expectations a lot. More realistic in terms of what was going to be talking about as goldman sachs. They expect hustle to talk about five key topics which they outlined in this note. I they say they expect us to discuss its. Ai neural net now strained. I would agree. That is something that we've heard tesla talk about both at autonomy day and then if you followed andrea carpathia presentations. He's talked a lot about those sort of
Biden Had a Noncombatant Evacuation Operations (NEO) Plan and Ignored It
"Neo, Don't forget this neo all the media people out there. I know you don't want to do your jobs, but do them now ask about the non combatant Evacuation Operation Plan. What was the neo for Bagram in the embassy? What was it? Because someone has it. Because I've heard a lot about it over the last few days, and why was none of it followed? Think about this. You served. They left your friends behind. They had a plan to get them out. And the neo was thrown in the garbage and ignored completely leaving your friends and people who worked with you and people who have supported this country overseas in a war zone, leaving them high and dry. Think about what I just told you. That plan is there That plan is there and they ignored it. They surrendered Bagram Airbase, the one facility we had near absolute control over outside of a civilian center with an active airstrip runway that can support cargo and fighter aircraft, and we forfeited it for a reason. I asked on yesterday's show. Nobody can seem to explain. Why did you guys forfeit a controllable military base in the middle of nowhere? At least a 20 minute flight by Hello outside of Kabul? Why did you 4/5 at In the middle of a and an armed insurgency by the Taliban. Why did you do that? No one can explain it other than pure stupidity or malice. There is no other explanation. And now the people who fought over there have to say to themselves every day. What What What Why did I come home without fingers, Toes, arms, and I Why There's this, You
Nation Building Is the Lie of the Neo-Conservative Movement – It Does Not Work
"In principle. I believe that the war in afghanistan needed to be scaled down that the afghan government had received hundreds of billions of our dollars and it was long past time for them to be able to defend themselves if they wanted to be a sovereign nation. You're going to have to handle the taliban yourself. Here's a tough realization for a lot of us nation-building does not work. You are not going to turn afghanistan into alabama. You're not going to turn afghanistan into arkansas. This is the lie of the neoconservative project now a lot of the neoconservative writers and kind of jerks on twitter. Saying oh see afghanistan has fallen. This is why we needed to occupy it for another hundred years. That's a ridiculous thing to say. I think you can have a very nuanced moderate and common sense and dare. I say prudent. Approach to this. The you want to see. The war in afghanistan be scaled down eventually correctly while honoring our promises to the afghan government. And so the people there well also understanding that we are not going to have. Afghanistan is the fifty first state of our nation that we do have more obligation look after our citizens and our nation. It takes generations to modernize society. You just can't purchase it and write a check to accomplish. Modern society western civilization was the work of hundreds of years of thinking of writing of dialogue yet. The pride and hubris of the neo conservative. Right and the war hawkish left that they could come into afghanistan and all of us on. They're gonna turn it into this beautiful pinnacle of western society. That was foolish from the beginning.
Black Widow Movie Review
"Spectacle of the big screen. Variety has also been in great supply recently. We'll get to several new releases this week. Well several being four steven soderbergh's latest the crime drama. No sudden move. That came to hbo. Max last week. Don cheadle the neo del toro and a bunch of other great actors in that one also summer of soul from first time. Director quests love came to theaters into hulu that concert doc about a nineteen sixty nine harlem concert series that featured performances by nina simone stevie wonder sly and the family stone and many more all of those having never been seen since nineteen sixty nine our review of that one could just be a ranking of our top five favorite moments. We might. We might even do that. Josh that would probably get us through the first half hour of the movie. I think we can pick five from that. Yeah you also caught up with zola which stars riley keough a wild road trip tale inspired at least in part by an infamous twitter thread. I can't wait for you to unpack that and more later in the show. But i the is finally back on a big screen near you after a handful of disney plus streaming series phase for kicks off with the scarlett johansson starring feature black widow. Fine an enter. I mean mistakes. A lot of enemies is called signs. Taskmaster he controls the red room. They're manipulated fully conscious but no choices. I should have come back for you. How many others are call. Her black widow call her and natasha. Romanoff scarlett johansson returns as the former kgb assassin turned avenger in the twenty fourth mc feature which is named after her now timeline. Wise black widow takes place in the aftermath of captain america civil war. I think i've got that right. Adam had to confirm it with my daughter who knows more about the than i do. I think that's correct
Tesla Stock Is Dropping After Solid China Deliveries
"Rob our here for a relatively quiet. Newsday for tesla so today. We're going to take a look at a new post by green. The only sharing out a visualization of how tussles looking at depth with vision only. Then we've also got a couple of updates out of china some news on the boring company and an update to evade tax credits in new jersey. We'll start off. You're spending a minute. On the stock tesla. Today again underperforming finishing down about two and a quarter percentage points to six hundred and forty four dollars. Sixty five cents that compared to the nasdaq essentially flat on the day it was however a tougher day for automakers in general ford. Gm sta lantis off finishing down between one two percent and ev makers in particular having a rough go of it neo on the day finishing down eight and a half percent expanding down about six percent. Le- auto down about four and a half percent lucid technically cc. iv down. Three percent armada down six percent et cetera so relative to other ev stocks. Tesla actually doing pretty well today. There was anything specific to tesla that caused it to moved out as for other news. Most of what. I've been seeing over. The last couple of days is reports on individual countries sales in june. I think most listeners will know that attention. Just not really report on that outside of china which we actually. We'll talk about in a second but this tends to happen every quarter the first month of a quarter bears her out saying oh look at how deliveries dropped month over month in ex european country and then in the final quarter bowls out saying look. Model three best selling car in this country in june. Because of how tesla handles their logistics and delivering in batches neither of those pieces of information and up really being all that valuable with some select exceptions. China is always an exception there for a couple of reasons number one because of giga shanghai. Those numbers whether delivery or production numbers out of china. Give us more insight into how tesla's progressing at giga shanghai and then second the market is buried keyed in on tesla in china right now trying to assess the situation assess if there are any demand problems which i don't anticipate to be a long-term risk but market participants met so. That's why i'm not spending much time on those other countries. It'll be a lot more interesting when we do. Gigabyte lynn up and running then. Those monthly numbers might start to have a little bit more value like they do for china
"neo" Discussed on Future Ecologies
"Hi folks, this is Adam. And this is the first episode of our third season, which we are really excited to share with you. We're going to be transporting you from The seagrass Meadows of Okinawa to the Borderlands of the Sonoran Desert weaving together stories about mutualism migration Invasion Extinction and Sanctuary. There will be fifteen voices and new producers to introduce and a whole lot of seaweed. It's easily our most ambitious work to date and I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we've enjoyed making it. If you follow us closely, then you haven't heard too much from me lately. And that's because well mental has been curating all of these great guests episodes during our Hiatus. I've been busy trying to figure out how to approach a handful of ideas that have had a huge influence on how I think about this thing that we call nature. I've had all sorts of fanciful ideas for how to do this. But in the end I decided to just sit down and talk them through with mental in the studio. And the result is what you're about to hear. I might cut an occasional add some context. But otherwise, it's a pretty unfiltered conversation. So here we go. This is nature by Design part one taking off the Neo Geo scenic route. enjoy Hey everyone, this is Adam. And this is Mendel and I've brought mental into the studio a little bit blind. Isn't they have very little idea about what we're going to discuss we're coming in cold. So about three years now since I asked you if you wanted to start a podcast with me, yeah life has changed so much since then, it's true. Yeah, I don't I guess like it's down the memory hole now, but I remember you asking me why I wanted to call the podcast future College. He's yeah you you you came in ready with that name and I was like, okay. Well, we'll roll with it. It's works for me. Did you get it at the time? I I liked it. I thought it sounded academic. But I liked it and I know that we haven't we haven't done a lot of future right? Like we've we've been very much a historical show almost in Reflections on how we got to where we are bound and the president that we're in and a little bit about how we could take inspiration from the past to to move forward but we haven't really talked about the future very much at least their wage blissett lie that actually sets us up pretty well for today. I feel like I'm finally ready to answer that question to a certain extent. So I know we've we've criticized the concept of the anthropocene a little bit here on the podcast because it kind of implicates the entire human species and transforming the planet as opposed to like specific human systems, but I do think it's fair to say that ecosystems in every corner of the planet are being impacted by human activities and like really profoundly and and lots of places. Yeah. So I guess for me when I'm looking ahead into the future I think of us living not in like any ecology but in multiple ecologies hmm at the same time and I like for me, I think I can break them down conceptually into three different groups. Okay, we got buckets. Yeah buckets. Let's go off. Okay. So yeah and just with the disclaimer that like all ecosystems will be some kind of hybrid of these three different groups. So I'm just hoping he'll humor me for the sake of argument. Okay. This is the world according to Adam off so easy. Okay, so there will be and our ecologies that we as people managed to sneak preserve and protect to some extent right. This is like conservation Lions right like parks and designated ecological reserves, right quote-unquote dead. Yeah, it could be through successful conservation areas as we traditionally understand them in the west or that could also be through ongoing traditional lifeways and stewardship. Hm. It's you know, it's often quoted that sixty percent of global biodiversity that is currently protected is protected by indigenous people, right so.
"neo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We're not just about we can always what do you do when everything breaks now NEO might comply you know we all when you guys closer to screen people what's on the screen and if you don't meet the path it's two points although I mean we we we had to turn it all the time I'll be basketball players I think we I think we can open up more than ever join hard with this basketball coach utility Stockton coach one of the things that you're doing now is you know you have a compressed enjoy do you know exactly at this particular stage when you're gonna be able to get in the gym how much time you're going to happen and what you'll be able to do in terms of implementing offense and defense though this at this particular time in the summer you know we always hear July first life is a live person I don't know if that means a lot of errors in the open market in the past be able to determine if you should not miss our I don't know if that means your skin will work with your team well I don't know what the parameters are we will adjust very quickly because we place thirty thirty two to thirty four varsity games in June one point twenty five GB games and we don't ever allow all of our guys play and then only games we've set you guys out with cool give their lineups and stuff if we get if we get a chance to play we will apply if not we'll just make the best you know cool make the best of whatever were offered I mean I think DM could quite frankly I think it's a situation where you know we yeah I know you've been on the phone I'm sure with with other coaches in and trying to talk about the what they're doing no ours is a profession where people share ideas a lot and I don't think anybody's got a complete handle on it I just know that you'll you'll find out and I think you're a looked up a position of strength in the standpoint today as you mentioned you have guys coming back do you have your senior leadership guys have been around the program and you have to think that that's an advantage for you yeah I mean we we return a potential man all star news school's all time best player you know he he committed the Indian state last year right after Christmas in you know we're talking early I don't know he looks like genius with a you know what he's done during home you know instead of sweating bullets because I'm missing my last summer I eighty two it will be up to fifteen pounds of muscle you know if you touch in the middle of the organized I mean there is a shooter so an exceptional athlete the Stormers quicker let me just okay who were some of our kids it won't matter what you put on there you'll find a way to play one way to work out I mean it's nice having my song in my world so it's only forty nine I know what he's doing hello what is your talk talk to you total for you know talk to Richard our records cotton cloth in any way and you do along up hello to all we we just don't know I mean Ohio Ohio was under the same title I first about a week hello this is you're welcome let's go I mean I backtracked almost click on what they in our Kentucky came out Friday us starting on June thirtieth so this is very fluid you don't I mean no one right probably not this isn't it will be ready I think so your heart the basketball coach at Linton Stockton high school coach I appreciate your time I wish you the best thanks so much for being with me no thank you for those great stuff thanks a lot coach but thanks a lot coach coach Joe York from Linton Stockton just trying to figure out you know what the coaches and people are doing earlier tonight we talk to Kurt Tippmann from Snyder he's a football coach there and little football basketball we'll talk a little bit more tomorrow night with about this issue rob Blackman earlier tonight with the Purdue radio network talking about Boilermakers going back June eighth so for football fifteen for men's basketball twenty second for women's basketball final scoreboard update of the night with the store himself.
"neo" Discussed on KTOK
"Neo **** if you currently have one of the big carriers for wireless service you're paying too much he need to check out pure talk USA your talk plans start at twenty dollars per month depending on how much data you need and all plans include unlimited talk and text your truck believes in being straightforward they don't have any monthly line access fees and don't lock you into any contracts if you're thinking the low cost means you're getting less think again your talks network covers ninety nine percent of Americans the customer service is located right here in the USA and their chairman and CEO is a U. S. veteran your talk is confident you'll love their service which is why they include a one month risk free guarantee signing up is easy and it's quick get fifty percent off your first month when you call now just dial pound two fifty and say the key word talk radio that's pound two five zero and say Bach radio you have the option to receive a one time auto dial text from pure talk USA it seems like just yesterday when I captured my son's first steps or when we recorded his soccer games on VHS tapes those moments are gone but the old home movies and pictures don't need to be that's why my son created legacy box that's right mom over eight hundred thousand families have use legacy box to digitally preserve their home movies and photos simply fill legacy box with your old camcorder tapes film and photos they will professionally digitized and send them back on DVDs thumb drive or the cloud with family staying close and mother's day around the corner it's the perfect time to get your legacy box and save your family's history after all few things are as important as protecting your precious memories give your mom a mother's day present she'll never forget plus legacy box is offering a fifty percent discount order your legacy box today visit legacy box dot com slash book and for a limited time get an incredible fifty percent off your order this is one of the best discounts we've offered that's legacy box dot com slash book for fifty percent off legacy box dot com slash but the re opening of America faced re opening road.
"neo" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"Among there. Again my Instagram anthropology When I stream which I've done precisely one time I stream at a twitch dot TV slash anthropology and Oh and another podcast called so dreamy which is coming back. Sometime soon. talk about dreams. our podcast. Oh you can call us if you wanNA tell us your obsession At seven seven four three to six. Oh four twenty Blazin. Leave us a voicemail. There If you want to and then We have an email address way. Too broad gmail.com. We are on instagram. Way Too broad. We're on twitter at two broad pod and if you find any of that information we just said on the Internet you can find it at our website way too broad dot com for anything you want earn Ben Dot Com for anything. You need And don't forget to leave us a review Wherever you can do that whenever we have a chance. We appreciate it so much We've been doing this for. We didn't see the PODCAST. I don't think we've been progressing for three years now. This is this. I meant to mention that up yet. Yeah the first time that we recorded an episode was April first. Two thousand seventeen. We didn't release it to September so we have kind of disjointed like recording date versus public date but I go by recording so after coma was blonde. Wow so happy I thought you were going to say I was wondering problems. He wanted three one week old. Happy Birthday happy. Happy Birthday Ban have come out the same birthday. Happy Birthday to is. Actually the youngest podcast. That's our claim to fame. There's No min his love December wait. What really 'cause you well it up every Harrison we know she was born in September sometime street so she and I have the same birthday. Heavy air quotes heavy The Pre Life. We can just get you face. Okay so listen great. Great job on three years. Go US and the podcast scandal is now extinguished. And thank you everyone for listening and we love you. We Love You That thing we're at.
"neo" Discussed on KTOK
"Is which you group for any one of these people joined I mean there are multiple examples of people who rated as a neo **** and that is to see it as a member of ISIS I eat within the same few years right and it it's really a matter of finding some meaning or brother hood to completely falsely but grasping on to that Maraj as needing because your suffering so much in your own life whether that's to do with mental health isolation or whatever your challenges and it's one of the reasons why you know we see that the projects that indeed young people and give them the hope of a meeting for light of family of the employment of a prosperous hi or as actually being more helpful in combating terrorism than waiting until the thing has metastasized into a problem that requires military intervention you know you're you're an example of that in one sense with the you know your suicide attempt while you were at Oxford if if that's how you I mean I'm assuming we're characterizing it that the the time when you cut yourself intentionally slitting a wrist and just to think of the tragedy of the hit actually if you'd been successful at that and so many are you know I mean we we in the United States today are dealing with twenty two veteran suicide yeah it's crazy so awful that I think you know we forget and at and we really must remember that every single day it's been a long time since we've seen combat that has cost us many young men and women right as suicide is is costing us in terms of our armed forces the daily deaths yeah absolutely and it's at it this sense of of needing an answer needing meaning dating community and when it comes to how we're gonna leave our legacy in the wild you know I think we struggle with that from the moment that our identity becomes apparent to us as the as a kid and we realize that we are individual or whether or not that's an illusion you know that it that it that realization grips us as a child and from then on the question is well why am I here what is my hi what how where will I would you know what will I be remembered for when I'm gone and those are very human very existential question that you know gone unanswered can can drive these spasms of violence but you're the solution I thought that was so interesting and I this half hour went nowhere close to where I thought we were going to go but it was so interesting I cannot miss the opportunity to say it because I thought the advice you got was was life changing which was you needed to be more Kong flu about the whole about about the empathy that you were feeling for the pain in the world yeah I mean that it can either drown you right or you can take that for and with that around and actually and actually put it to work in the world I mean I I remember during that period being given maybe the most valuable piece of advice I've ever heard which is all wisdom is metabolized suffering and that's great metabolizing suffering is really hard it's a great work I think of all of our lives very easy to swim around it suffering and follow at it and use it as an excuse then drown in it but if you can metabolize it if you can call the energy out of it and excrete the weight yeah then your cooking with gas yeah then you've got got some wisdom to take into the next chapter and that's I think what we're all here to help one another to view and edit bass that's really what religion philosophy community whatever it is that you draw strength from it offers us and when people are isolated from not I think that's when we see them well look for it in the in the in the kind of Mirage of the standard of care groups and other extremist organization you know that that is the entire point if you haven't read it lately of the book of Ecclesiastes it's actually wisdom from suffering green more yeah I I you know one of the things that I that I struggle with in modern life is how how disconnected many people can feel from all of the profound religious and philosophical mysteries that humans have struggled with in written down in ancient times than in contemporary times and that sometimes can feel like your parents your grandparents wisdom but if you can't get in you said with it like a magic I book you know and really let yourself go out of focus is that there is some makes Rourke merry.
"neo" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Which group any one of these people joined I mean there are multiple examples of people who he added as a neo **** and that is to see it as a member of ISIS I eat within the same few years right and it's really a matter of finding some meaning or brother hood to completely falsely but grasping on to that Mariah issue of needing because your suffering so much in your own life whether that's to do with mental health isolation or whatever your challenges and it's one of the reasons why you know we see that the projects that indeed young people and give them the hope of a meeting for light of family of the employment of a prosperous hi or as actually being more helpful in combating terrorism than waiting until the thing has metastasized into a problem that requires military intervention you know you're you're an example of that in one sense with the you know your suicide attempt while you were at Oxford if if that's how you I mean I'm assuming we're characterizing it that the the time when you cut yourself intentionally slitting the wrist and just to think of the tragedy of the hit actually if you'd been successful at that and so many are you know I mean we we in the United States today are dealing with twenty two veteran suicide yeah it's crazy so awful that I think you know we forget and at any point really must remember that every single day at work it's been a long time since we've seen combat that has cost us many young men and women right as suicide is is costing us in terms of our armed forces the daily deaths yeah absolutely and it's at it this sense of of needing an answer meeting meeting meeting community and when it comes to how we're gonna leave our legacy in the wild no I think we struggle with that from the moment that our identity becomes apparent to us as the as a kid and we realize that we are individual or whether or not that's an illusion you know that it that it that realization grip such as a child and from then on the question is well why am I here what is my hi what how where will I would you know what will I be remembered for when I'm gone and those are very human very existential question that you know gone unanswered can can drive these spasms of violence but you're the solution I thought that was so interesting and I this half hour went nowhere close to where I thought we were going to go but it was so interesting I cannot miss the opportunity to say it because I thought the advice you got was was life changing which was that you needed to be more Kong flu about the whole about about the empathy that you were feeling for the pain in the world yeah I mean that it can either drown you right or you can take that for and with that around and actually and actually put it to work in the world I mean I I remember during that period being given maybe the most valuable piece of advice I've ever heard which is always done is metabolized suffering and that's great metabolizing suffering is really hard it's a great work I think of all of our lives very easy to swim around it suffering and follow at it and use it as an excuse then drown in it but if you can metabolize it if you can call the energy out of it and they greet the weight yeah then your cooking with gas yeah then you've got got some wisdom to take into the next chapter and that's I think what we're all here to help one another to you and at its best that's really what religion philosophy community whatever it is that you draw strength from it offers us and when people are isolated from not I think that's when we see them work for it in the in the in the kind of Mirage of the standard of care groups and other extremist organization you know that that is the entire point if you haven't read it lately of the book of Ecclesiastes it's actually wisdom from suffering green more yeah I I you know one of the things that I that I struggle with in modern life is how how disconnected many people can feel from all of the profound religious and philosophical mysteries that humans have struggled with in written down in ancient times than in contemporary times and that sometimes can feel like your parents your grandparents wisdom but if you take it in you said with it like a magic I book you know and really let yourself go out of focus is it there is some makes Rosemary that will come in there and they can give your passport and I relied on a lot of it and and drew on a lot of it which you can tell in the book I can.
"neo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Is which you group to any one of these people join I mean there are multiple examples of people who he added as a neo **** and that it says he is as a member of ISIS I eat within the same few years right and it is really a matter of finding some meaning more brotherhood completely falsely right grasping on to that moonrise should of meaning because you are suffering so much in your own life whether that's to do with mental health isolation or whatever your challenges and it's one of the reasons why you know we see the projects that indeed young people and give them the hope of a meaningful life a family of the employment as a prosperous Ford as actually being more helpful in combating terrorism than waiting until the thing has metastasized into a problem that requires military intervention you know you're you're an example of that in one sense with the you know your suicide attempt while you were at Oxford if if that's how you I mean I'm assuming we're characterizing it that the time when you cut yourself intentionally slitting arrest and just to think of the tragedy of this it actually if you'd been successful at that and so many are you know I mean we we in the United States today are dealing with twenty two veteran suicide yeah it's crazy so awful that I think you know we forget and at any point really must remember that every single day it's been a long time since we've seen combat that has cost us many young men and women right as a side is is costing us in terms of our armed forces the dealing deaths yeah absolutely and it is this sense of of needing an answer needing meeting meeting community and when it comes to how we're gonna leave our legacy in the wild you know I think we struggle with that from the moment that our identity becomes apparent to us as the as a kid and we realize that we are an individual or whether or not that's an illusion you know that it that it that realization great such as a child and from then on the question is well why am I here what is my hi what how where will I would you know what will I be remembered for when I'm gone and those are very human very existential question that you know gone unanswered can can drive ins thousands of violence but you're the solution I thought that was so interesting and I this half hour went nowhere close where I thought we were going to go but it was so interesting I cannot miss the opportunity to say it because I thought the advice you got was was life changing which was it you needed to be more Kong flu about the whole about about the empathy that you were feeling for the pain in the world yeah I mean that it can either drown you right or you can take that for you and with that around and actually and actually put it to work in the world I mean I I remember during that period being given maybe the most valuable piece of advice I've ever heard which is always the term is metabolized offering and metabolizing suffering it is really hard it's a great work I think of all of our lives it's very easy to swim around it bring it Paulo edit and use that as an excuse then drown in it but if you can metabolize it if you can call the energy out of it and they agreed to wait yeah then your cooking with gas yeah then you've got got some wisdom to take into the next chapter and that's I think what we're all here to help one another you and that it that that's really what religion philosophy community whatever it is the you draw strength from it offers us and when people are isolated from not I think that's when we see them look for it in the in the in the kind of Mirage of the standard of care groups and other extremist organization that is the entire point if you haven't read it lately of the book of Ecclesiastes actually we still suffer agree more yeah I I you know one of the things that I that I struggle with in modern life is how how disconnected many people can feel from all of the profound religious and philosophical mysteries humans have struggled with in written down in ancient times and in contemporary times and that sometimes can feel like your parents your grandparents wisdom but if you can't get in you said with it like a magic guy but you know and really let yourself go out of focus is it there is some makes roared merry that lives down in there and they can give your passport and.
"neo" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"The recession. Yes yes yes I think. He's I think I think he's of Nigerian descent. Very same driver Zhuo on like I said Janas. I've found the article in the meantime. Janas was born to Nigerian bed. I mean sometimes who emigrated to googlies and hockey was American Pie. Didn't I and then he will. And apparently from the same tribe undefeated article undefeated. The article is in the undefeated. Yes the tribe euro euro as funny. Okay but I think that's all I have for today. Hey My friend. That's how did you feel being asked questions. I kind of uncomfortable. I felt uncomfortable but I but I think you're. You're not Sola Baskin questions. It's asking questions aggressions letting other people answer so we need to find that balance somewhere starter archer. We've even less audience decide. How how did you find the VANITA question asking a bit at this? His being the whole stuff support cost and says yes. That's okay mom. You're okay all right. That's funny man. Yeah since My Rookie Vinita like Donovan. A good job of being the host of this I will graciously end the sport by saying thanks to everyone for listening to the custer. We had that obviously on spotify or apple. podcast Google podcast. Please go away. The podcast subscribe follow one. Another AETNA switch enables you to get updates to it you could also say hey. Google play the latest episode of Bosnia podcasts. At work yes says the rich. It's it's I think it's a nice trope we're GONNA use it for marketing soon. Let us know if you have any questions. Let us know if you have any request. If you want interview a certain player if you WANNA ask to delve into some important thinks next vehicle on GonNa GonNa talk about some very important player from the seventies betty who spoke the probably the best player of the seventies probably in some woods. You going to do that so please stay tuned and that's it Say by See you guys bye..
"neo" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"But one of the The Look of the Mavericks and absolutely he's got a free rein. Dan has proved that he deserves it. And I think if you're asking if you need an objective on so for who wasn't diverse team. I think probably Luke because he's played at the western conference like liberal and probably had a little more valuable. Yeah I think that really matters because everyday Luca plays a very quality are closed whereas than the cavs and he came into the cavs The the East Eastern conference distance. I think you end up. And that's it that's it. Yeah Tim's you select the Philadelphia success in these teams like duties. I'm not sure. Dot Gov Dot L. But the Pistons instance when they on the Legis- said Avangard for the Eastern Conference. They kept making the Houston. Yeah I don't think there's anyone better than that and I. I think that's fine. Like you have one team versus divest like you have so much to go after and I think both of them probably face the same kind kind of media but I think Lebron a more. 'cause he was headed as the next big guy on what he's done. I even vice. I don't think it's fair to compared because Lucas just started so than sing. You know Like expectation was as what they ended up doing at dot. Peter Time Lebron exceeded expectations and those expertise or yeah exactly lady expected one all. NBC Made Five. They expected then ninety major. Feed that kind of thing so I hope look remains healthy which is very important for. Today's doesn't it gray's game time. Yeah and so the last question for today is the from my end at least is the rookie of the sort of battle back title. If it is a battle so who I of the top three or four favorites in terms of and I have got the AH good rookies are all on the Miami Heat and I was to. Miami gives a WHO at the wrong time. I was the play Oklahoma Houston but yeah I mean Miami was also doing Sarah to the Miami Heat. I think the number but when the conference I went to the conference shower to them. 'cause I I loved Jimmy Butler and that team should do well I love Jimmy. Butler pillaged by the way. Do you remember meeting me. I'm sure he definitely is good is good. I think he's he's like he can't be the number one player I mean he can't be but the team won't do very well. That's what I mean. Yeah I mean does it can be number one. Yeah I are listening for this under twelve team. I'll be the best player on that. Yeah no I'm kidding. I'm kidding I'm kidding okay. So let's go what's your okay. Let's talk to find point. See the thing is I expected Johnny. What's his name is to be the Guy I put all my money? Whatever thousands I have audit for for rubies? Yes obviously for this In Favor of Zion Williamson but not in workout. So Oh I think I'll go with a dominant from me. I think he is. He's getting one of those nights situations where you know. He can't take other for fleeing point. God He has great moves Nobody really expects Memphis to do very well so he can do his best he can Doesn't have to face the spotlight spotlight on thing. He might they let my colleague also that like that whole place at exactly exactly exactly that whole thing is therefore him. He's played some video games. A couple of game. Nothing all but overall I think that now I would say if I had the vote if the NBA gives me what I would have voted for Donlan. Yes but also yeah I I feel about it. got a tough the deal like going to New York Knicks. But I don't know it's like a curse like why. Why would you end up on the next thing he could have gone? I know it's not as choice but maybe if you the better team maybe you're gonna find something better really he he. The odds are better than John. Lawrence cases they bought into shitty teams. I feel like I bet it could have been a little. I mean let's be honest. It's hard like Memphis doing really well. You know everything. They have a four three defense game in terms of like taking over games taking big charts. It's taking decisions you know playing running the team I think about it could have bounded but for some reason he's not he's not really doing it. Anyone who was the number two pick I think or number three pick number three and number three number two jam water. Oh Yes yes and So I feel like I better if he displays even a little bit of leadership qualities. He's in New York next to a bunch of good wins the whole city. We're kind of just embracing He just needs to do those things then. I don't know why he's not able to do it because he from Allen Perspective. He's really that hard three reasons. And why kit. He deplace for the New York Knicks team eight and a quarter is going to get fired as heard from the interwebs. That's it before before we close this apart for this for today. Did you see the fight between. Yanni's antidote composed simple and I saw like five minutes before we started recording. Like you can't you won't believe it. Oh five minutes five minutes if I started according I the tradition on Youtube tracking as they have got us they have have gotten. They've got these big companies. The big money's mom. I'm telling you man gives us something that's not like don't spy on people your phone. So what do you think. Do you think some talking about the fight. I don't know like I I don't think Blake Griffin Kirk and fight Jaanus. I mean they bought stone people but out of the house a little bit more Jews. I think more than fight. Oh has to the those long arms you can be here. Like it'll be ten feet away and Blake Griffin. I thought Griffin is kind of like a gangster get spun too many times like You want the clippers. I thought they were at least ten fifteen times that he could have started a fight but he does not like people were just vacuum. What was it like Memphis team and the clippers used to play a lot of playoff games? They used to keep losing losing losing. Yeah keeping EPA. I I think Audience had punked Griffin Memphis at punked him and he never fought back like I thought it was the city where the muscular let's go people's Graveyard Blake Griffin Monster six foot eight obviously nor denying that but But I don't think I don't think Blake is a fighter out of the anybody's honest would have that mean face right so I don I affiliate Yannis is a little soft like. I don't talk like He. Has that. Like streets of Greece Taylor Compton stick. It's good. He says states favorite. Ah because this'll because of the whole session. That happened in Greece like things that wasn't an immigrant was like by the recession. Yes yes yes I think. He's I think I think he's of Nigerian descent. Very same driver.
"neo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Neo **** and the white nationalists because they should be condemned to totally racism is evil and those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs including the KKK neo **** white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as America so what's going on here folks is the continued effort a big lie to destroy the character of the president it is just cold politics power politics is horrific your normal person you listen to the staff and you just you E. fill like you know thrown up on your on your love for us but the the the fact is this is what's going on in Washington DC this is all they know they don't produce anything else it's all about power who's in charge you can position themselves who can use the government for themselves and for their constituent groups and so forth against their opponents and it's gotten vicious and brutal vicious and brutal so now the president has to defend himself against allegations of racism because the media just keep it up and these people are not even challenged they're not even challenged here's Cory Booker March twenty nineteen really not that long ago cut seven go for him the failed even to condemn **** or even like to talk about white supremacy is a problem in this country to me that is being complicit in the violence that is happening this is a sick man and the courses that you just heard he has this is a very sick guy this Cory Booker remember the way he treated Cavanaugh as well so that was March now yesterday yesterday on CNN here's Cory Booker cut a go senator another thing that the president said in his remarks today I'll read it to you he said in one voice our nation must condemn racism bigotry and white supremacy that isn't something hearing that from president trump has been something that I know a lot of folks have been waiting for and looking for not just in the past twenty four hours he didn't do it just in the past twenty four hours idiot phony journalist why do you lie go ahead on time do you welcome that in knowledge mint no no you just said in March that he must criticize the **** in the white supremacists which he's done multiple times any did it again yesterday but that's not good enough for Cory Booker his current book is not really interested in his president statements this is a narrative that they're pushing go ahead the kind of feeling that we need to start first with someone standing up and saying I've been a long mistakes yeah right course two people just murdered thirty two people in the president has to stand up and say I've been wrong I've made mistakes TCL sicknesses and it is constant on CNN it is constant on MSNBC in the pages of the New York slimes the Holocaust denying New York slimes I'll get to them in a minute The Washington compost attempt just incredible incredible No Way of Alexandria Casio Cortez who is a big who's chief of staff is now a former chief of staff under investigation by the FBI for some financial shenanigans in the last election here's what she had to say cut ten go the.
"neo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"They say Neo Nazis are like ants. They're weird little creatures that can really ruin a summer afternoon. Okay. Nobody says that I just made that up. But I think it actually has some potential anyway, the people of ostrich Germany know what I'm talking about. Why? Because last weekend, they were faced with the problem of a bunch of Neo Nazis, descending on their small town for a Neo Nazi music festival. The town decided to fight back against the festival, how by starving the Neo Nazis of their primary source of food beer. I the police force got permission from a local court to seize almost all of the beer in town, seven thousand leaders before it fell into the wrong stomachs, that though, still left two hundred crates of beer for sale in the local grocery store. So the. People of ostrich stood up. They went to that local grocery store, and they literally bought up all of the beer left in the town themselves. So the Nazis couldn't get it the ultimate location of that beer is unknown. Now, appears to be completely missing when asked the townspeople burp. And the plan worked attendance at the Nazi festival was down by over fifty percent this year. Peter. Nazi's foiled. When town bought up all the beers that they couldn't have any your last story. A productive picket comes from Paula Poundstone so lucky most food mart in Toronto, Ontario, did not get lucky when they made the decision not to allow soy milk and nut milk to abide in the section reserved for cow produced milk. The local vegan community responded with a pro nut milk day of rage. There were posters screaming don't let dairy cream nuts and holster, your Holstein someone walking on two feet in a cow, costume bearing a sign that, simply says, how dare you? So when I was a Sumed the people who got off the old timey truck with the hey on it, we're fellow vegans, they set up nut milking demonstrations with people in overall sitting on stools trying to squeeze liquid from Amundsen, soybeans into metal buckets others set up an enclosure some nuts on the. Around inside it now come on kids, a nut milk, petting zoo as it became clear. These were not vegans dairy farmers, sick and tired of raising milk cows from Cavs only to see them put out of a job by some damn plant not milk, doesn't even need refrigerated set a man who called himself, all nut farmer, McDonald, who was actually an executive with a local dairy co op named Andrew or to just put it on a show in the weird food section. Peter..
"neo" Discussed on KCRW
"Your is from the Neo. Leading. Fair. Beta. Me. This. Then. Sanding. With. Standing. is happening courtesy of k._c._r._w. summer nights all free all ages and all over southern california including those events at the hammer museum in july add to that the newly announced events at the pierre in santa monica twilight on the pier this year lands on wednesdays in august and september and also don't forget some events we have right here k._c._r._w. h._q. we're throwing a little party for three saturday nights in august so details on all of this just go to k._c._r._w. dot com slash summer nights are a lot of activity here at the station this morning it's been a busy one i do wanna get to our box of the bowl giveaway which is something we enjoy offering to one lucky listener drawn at random wins a four person box plus parking on site of the bowl and dinner courtesy of hollywood bowl food and wine so for this show Great. it'll be cindy lauper now i don't.
"neo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"All across America. Eight six six ninety redeye. He is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Hi, welcome. And good morning. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks a lot. A study by the national association of scholars. That don't you know, I know I do know this this from from, from Breitbart to the story. But this is a study that we actually have the study in front of us from the national association of scholars revealed that at least seventy five American colleges have black only graduation ceremonies and forty three percent of the colleges. Surveyed offered. Segregated residential halls. The organization refers to this as Neo segregation, according to the study of the national associated scholars graduation ceremonies at American universities are becoming increasingly segregated we found what we found was this is from the study was that Neo. Segregation is widespread if not pervasive about forty six percent eighty colleges out of one hundred and seventy three. Segregate student orientation programs forty-three percent. Seventy five colleges out of the total offer sacred segregated residential arrangements and seventy two percent one hundred twenty five colleges out of the total segregate graduation ceremonies. Those are these arrangements are. Extensively voluntary students can't easily opt out. We've tracked numerous indicators of Neo. Segregation from diversity fly ins where colleges offer minority students that expense paid segregated preview of the experience awaits them. Should they enroll to segregate it? Alumni groups..
"neo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I'm Gary McNamara. Hi, welcome in good morning. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks a lot. A study by the national association of scholars. Belong to that, don't you know, I know I do know this, this from, from, from Breitbart, did the story. But this is a study of we actually have the study in front of us from the national association of scholars revealed that at least seventy five American colleges have black only graduation ceremonies and forty three percent of the colleges. Surveyed offered. Segregated residential halls. The organization refers to this as Neo segregation, according to the study of the national association of scholars graduation ceremonies that American universities are becoming increasingly segregated we found what we found was this is from the study was that Neo segregate is widespread if not pervasive about forty six percent eighty colleges out of one hundred and seventy three. Segregate student orientation programs forty-three percent. Seventy five colleges out of the total offer sacred segregated residential arrangements and seventy two percent one hundred twenty five colleges out of the total segregate graduation ceremonies. Those are these arrangements are. Extensively voluntary students can't easily opt out. We've tracked numerous indicators of Neo. Segregation from diversity fly ins where colleges offer minority students that expense paid segregated preview of the experience awaits them should they enroll to segregated alumni groups. So there you go. Inclusiveness is segregation. I'm progressive. I believe in the inclusiveness of segregation. They don't see it. I don't know the former administration. They don't see remember, they didn't see it when they talked about essentially doing away with the Civil Rights Act. No vote bought look, the I think, every was it every member. I think it was every member of the democrat house voted for the equality act now. And what the equality act does is destroy women's rights that the Democrats fought so hard for because now any man, according to every single democrat voted for you want to know how radical, they are every single democrat voted for. And that's where you had the feminist lesbian saying what are you doing? And the feminist lesbian was the one who was kicked off of the mayor's LGBTQ group. Baltimore mayor Baltimore mayor. Because she was accused of violence for calling a man calling out, a, a man, and calling him a man, a rapist, who was allowed to go into a women's prison. And rape women inside the prison, she referred to him as a he, and she was committing an act of violence was censured, and kicked off of the LGBTQ group. This is how insane. Oh, did you see yesterday? What was it? The plan ahead of Planned Parenthood. Said, not only men get pregnant. Irsa. Not only women get pregnant, right? A complete and every democrat listening right now, you know, this is pure delusion delusional yet you go along with it. And you vote for these people think about this. Think about anything that Trump has said that comes close to where Democrats are going right now segregation, they promote segregation as inclusiveness, we need to be inclusive. So we must segregate, if Trump tweeted, a man, I wish you would do this. Mr President, if you're listening, please. Men can get pregnant fat just tweet that. Fact. Yeah. Just tweet that and leave it and leave it. Oh man. The screen, what does the left do with that? What does the left do with that? Where does that go or I agree with the, the progressive nature of inclusiveness at these liberal colleges. I agree with their segregating the races. How far would he get? It's. You know, I don't I would pay, I would pay almost a hundred bucks to make that happen. Look, you wanna have some fun. You wanna shut up your liberal friends throw that in their faces. They just look at you with a blank stare. Well, well, well, well, well, it's because they can't come up with an answer. Well no, they can't. You wanna have some fun, though. Those are the kind of questions. Yes. So what about this new inclusive? Oh, you're, you're about inclusiveness. So you agree then what's being promoted by the liberals down today, which in the new inclusiveness is segregating? You believe that should be done. Oh, so now you're for segregation, segregation is the way to go. Oh care. All right. Because people's experiences based on their skin color should be segregated and not shared with other people. Yes. The goal should not be to get along as the races and understand each other and to marginalize all skin color. That should not be the goal. We believe that should be the goal. We believe that skin color should matter. That's where that's where we dare to go. That's the kind of radical intolerant. People that we are we believe, skin color, shouldn't matter. What should matter is what's in your mind. That's what we think. We know that is a radical concept now to the liberals of today. But that's what we think are we for marginalizing anything. Yes. We're for marginalizing all skin color from this point on skin color, should not matter. Well, it, it should only matter. When you're trying to gain access to certain parts of the campus. Because if you don't have the right skin color, then you're not going to get access. Right. Right. But that's why we say it it it. I'm talking about our philosophy that skin color should matter is now a radical idea to the left in this country, and you can see it right there at the college campuses. It's it, it, it is alive. And well, but you shouldn't expect anything less. The last administration, basically. Their, their mission was to destroy. The civil rights. Yeah. Because if anyone can belong to any protected class, any protected group, simply because they say so then there are no protected groups, which makes you wonder we know because I can't think of the woman's name that, that the, the, the feminist lesbian. She promotes herself that way because she said feminism is dying, because of this, and it's discrimination against lesbians, also mean that was that was her point that she was making and. We know is she thinks that we know of Martina Navratilova thinks it. We know that this is a mindset that exists. That's why so many in the left or quite give you a blank stare, and don't wanna touch it. They're actually think about this. What happened to the what happened to the guts? Of people on the left, then in the sixty was absolutely protest. Something like this what happened? Why are you afraid to challenge out and outright, bigotry and discrimination? Why, why are you so easy? To be put into submission to not fight back when somebody is telling you that a man is a woman. We hear about the resistance. Where's the resistance to the fantasy which is being created? By the left in this, maybe I'll call it the new left think about this. Martina Navratilova is now an oppressor, Adele G BT Q writes. Yes. Martina. Navratilova. You want a radical mindset that exist in Democrats there, it is right down Democrats and liberals, because why you can't say it's not liberals you can't say it's not here's the whole point because we hear this we, we, we had this, all the way up until the vote when every democrat voted for it. Well, it's not the mainstream it's not the mainstream every democrat voted for sure. Every democrat voted to, to every democrat voted to get rid of women's and civil rights in this country when they voted for the equality at every single democrat voted for it media's not upset the media's okay with it. Women's rights go civil rights go doesn't exist. Because of a man could be a woman anytime they want, and we know the next thing is the trans ratio. If anybody who's white can be black and independent can be whatever they wished to be whenever they want to be an all civil rights are dead. It was explained by that woman. Nobody said a word nobody challenged your they couldn't and they still voted the same way to destroy women's rights. You think think about this? But I just love in the abortion fight. How dare men have say? Wait a minute. Men can say because the Planned Parenthood was thinking about the set bad Planned Parenthood was out there. The other day saying not only women get pregnant yesterday or was yesterday the day before she said it. And they're just all there, you can't the funny thing is there's no debate on it. Eric, there's don't everybody's just quiet on nobody dares approach there. It's almost like there's some kind of mob Don that everybody is afraid to confront this secret mob. Don that exist. That is promoting that men can be women whenever they wished to be it, and you better not object to it because we're here to get you think about it now. You can't. You can't speak up. You can't say that's insane. You can't say sorry. That's not a man. Oh, no, no, no, no, no. It's absoluteness and now it's as we said before, and we got flak even a month or two ago when we talked about this. Well, everybody doesn't think that way, everybody in the house. Now, thinks that way, who is a democrat one believes a man could be a woman whenever they wished to be so at the next women's March. We'll talk about men's reproductive rights. Will they be promoting that yet? You're right. That's what snack remember the whole women's movement. The split in it last year was the whole the whole debate will yes. Well, do women don't necessarily because remember the whole pink hats, the whole giant thing, and then there was a great debate. Well, not all women have vaginas threat. You can't from. Sorry you can't look at anything that Trump does. And have those kind of opinions because you're not s-. Well again, if he was tweeting all this the world would be going crazy right now, right? Absolutely right. And, and it would be never ending. You want to put an end to it. All this discussion have Trump jump on board for all of it start tweeting it. The man without reference. It just tweeted, right? Tweet the same things that they're saying, man. We can have babies to right. Without without reference than anything else is going on just saying that and see what they're liberal response to him would be. He wants to get in. We'd love to hear from you. This is so much fun. It is. Eight six six ninety redeye.
"neo" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"This is actually on the Neil degrasse Tyson. Yeah. This is real real DNA is on the Neil real. This is on the Neo. So we know this is Neil real. So we have mighty conjul DNA. And then we have got bacteria and not to mention all the things living just in the ecosystem of what we are. We're like a tree filled with a variety of creatures that are living inside us are parasites leases where jungle so. Okay. So that's great. We're still on the on that we're still in real hairy jungle. Jungle in our hair. There's little might chump chomping our hair like corn. They love they love it. We love it. That's right. And then also our is are eating white. We know that don's are coming into our is the photons have been essentially spawned in the sun over millennia. And then our is is gobbling them down and turning them in division in our ears are automatically transforming waves mathematical waves into something that we call sound. It's crazy. Yeah. That's still on the but that is still in the Neil real the. But if we want to kind of move a little step pass than Neo real. We would enter into the great question that Jack cornfields says is the first thing they asked him when he became a monk, which is where are you in your body? So this is a fair question the mind versus the brain, right? Yeah. Has there been any research into dreams and the mind and dream state? And I mean, I was just talking about this. How it's like. Yeah, we quantify like, maybe. What alpha state or whatever the heck the brain. However, they even measure that. But in that kind of it. I'm sure there's they've gone deeper in the for the Neil real. But we all know, we can all agree. We all go to bed at night. And then we go into this other world. And then that's that's happening. We all we all agree on dreams. Like, what is that? What is that? Yeah. And then the non dreams how about just closing your eyes and ours passed right now, the the this. Is called continuity of the non continuity of south so in this sort of analysis ideas like all, right?.