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"nantou" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"That means you do. I'm looking at you i see. You're you're not making contact with me. Well i think we talk about it last time but high was kind of talk into a guy. Do you want to update this or do you want to keep it. Okay i i will no longer dang i know it just it always fizzles and that's where i'm at. I'm like i'm kind of wondering why it just never really goes anywhere you know. It's just kind of like a little fizzle. I do feel like we're in this very unfortunate age for the generation. Now that's like dating. Which is millennials in zeleny. All's right Is that people don't want to commit. Yeah like it's very difficult after seeing social media and you see all the things that are out there in the world whether it's a job whether it's a person House you get to see these perfect things all over the place. Why are you going to commit to anything right exactly. Yeah and that's what i did. I 'cause i was upfront and honest. And i was just like just so you know i am looking for a relationship and i think that scared him off. So then what did he say to that. I was like. Do you even know what you want right now. And he was like no. I mean i don't really know right now and i was like okay. Well i guess for anonymous same page. So we'll and and i and i think it's hard to because for for a long time i would like data guy and i would make my intentions very clear writing what i wanted. I wanted to relationship and all these things but then it always like happened that The ready right now. And i've made that excuse before when i'm dating a guy i'm like i'm not ready right now but i think too. That's like the natural easy way to let somebody down. Yeah for out like bringing into nantou you to be like okay. Well why Because the few times that. I've been very brutally honest with men and been like i'm not into this. I don't want this You know a nice way. They've come back at me and been like well why you were. You were flirting with me. You're talking to me. I'm like because i showed you attention. Yeah that means. I wanted to be married to you. I'm not quite sure that connects so. I think we've kind of had to resort to like saying. Hey i'm not ready right now because it's the easiest way to let somebody down until they don't yell at you. Yeah because they'll just be like okay. I understand that and yeah because you can't force someone to be ready for anything right But the reality is when it's the right person you are ready. You always be ready And i it took me a long time to learn that. Until i really like sort through that because it would make me so mad like i remember dating a guy and we dated for like a few months and at the end we acted boyfriend girlfriend like it was all there and then again just not ready for anything serious male and i do think part of it is. He wasn't like Do was mature but then like three months later. He has a girlfriend see. That's the thing. Yeah and i'm like so you were ready. I just wasn't and that's okay but like for me for some people like they need that honesty. Okay this just doesn't work for me right. I would rather have that. Yeah that's what i've always said. I'm like i would. Just i don't care if he hurt my feelings and say you're not the i don't see this or you're annoying. Whatever it is. Like i would just be honest than it just like be weird and just kind of life but on that flipside it's because there's fifty percent of people who will flip out on you for not being the right person. Yes true so like i get it. I understand where it comes from. But then i'm like why don't you just tell me that i know so i can go figure myself out zamora. Let me just go work on it a little bit more. Okay yeah right and like even usually if we are in the talking stage. I always say that. I'm like look if it down the road like i want you to be honest with me. One hundred percent. If you're not feeling it just please tell me. And they're like okay. Well i'll be completely honest. And then they don't like i don't know always cower and very vulnerable situation. Yeah they're not ever going to be one hundred percent honest because it takes a lot of confidence to be honest and be like brutal and your convictions. that that takes a lot to get there. I don't think that hits everybody until they're in their thirties. Where it's like very brutally conviction. Even though you are in your thirties. I know the guy in his thirty's yes here's ended to push that age. Thirty five he was over thirty five. So maybe four days. Yeah i dunno but one the right one. Sorry no it's lines. Are you getting yourself back on dating apps. I actually am. Yeah yeah dating. Are you on for for all the people that are looking to be on dating apps. Which ones do you like. Yeah so i really like hinge But i wasn't really having luck with that So i switched to bumble just to see you know and had some more with going out with people on bubble but obviously not. Yeah not really. I but i like hinge because you can have conversations based on like a thing to do prompts yes or like teachers and ally and you can respond to it and so that kind of like better icebreaker to do it. That way. bumble started doing that too. Oh did they yeah okay. Oh actually they did. But i think it's still. The girl has to an issue which is like you. Don't like to be the initiator. You like the guys who initiate yes. Okay this is a. This is an interesting thing. Because i have another girlfriend. That's like that really. And i'm the opposite. I like to be the girl that initiates a i did find more success in that. Yeah but i'll preface this. I had more success in it because like guys love the idea of a confident woman. But they can't put up with a confident one woman like when it comes down to it you because so many times. I'll reach out to guys. But like as soon as i continued on. That confidence track is like immediate. Like blood blubbering couldn't handle somebody being more confident for them. I found that more people would respond but less guys could deal with that. Does that make sense. Do you think the one thing ray said he hates way. I'm not sure you only said a one time. I that's okay. But i mean i think sometimes guys are intimidated by confidence confidence. So that all like shy away. And yeah i mean obviously the boyfriend i have now. That is not the case literally not intimidated by me at all and i love it. It doesn't means he's confident. Right yes very secure and himself. And i think that right there like that's what i've struggled with is i kinda just tend to find the guys. Aren't that secure. you know. And so it kinda they they kind of put it onto me. I guess their insecurities. So yeah when i think for a relationship to work anyway like both. Y'all have to be secure in yourself before you can be like secure as a couple.
"nantou" Discussed on Uncommon
"H wake it's going to be on business marketing a topic that we covered in the episode at all of your support and it would help us in developing the intellect around series. But without going into let's get back into this episode spring of agencies tonic. So it was quite. It's quite obvious it's smart. Actually how you you call nantou this there was you inundated your appointment. You're inundated for work and you realize you could probably cap show that value of referral. Yes essentially yes in a business that you yes which was very very smart. But i know you met tally waiting I'm just curious like win. Did you guys okay. This this works. Let's do this way. As opposed to the referral component of the is nc. We had people would office. How do you make a putt cost. Give him a list and then it wouldn't really amount to anything they wouldn't do it or right sites too hard yet eventually point. We were like fuck it. We'll just do it for you. And you charge this amount extra on what it costs for us. Yes so i did. Have it go kind of early on. When i was really busy with weddings and i couldn't if i was already booked that couldn't service a particular inquiry. I'd say i'm gonna call for like. Can you do this job for a and she'd say yet and then i go back to the clients. Say my friend can do for you and trying to manage it. But i was just doubling my admin so i was like. This is too hard while. I'm out on jobs. That can't reply to email. So i just was like couldn't do about myself and i just solitaire into clydes he's this. Is my friend a here are the people you can try rather than trying to actually manage it myself. And then they'd come back and it's i she's available. That digests someone else and yet. He's he's another name she's also not jeff someone else like. This isn't working either. So how can i help people and still be involved but not make so much more work for myself that i was like drowning in edmonton and like doing all the scheduling and stuff..
"nantou" Discussed on Odd Lots
"It was time for me to engage in this discussion about climate change and then in two thousand and chain not house. Got the so-called nobil for it well near my initial reaction was at least they giving bill prosperous environmental work. But then i thought i'd better read to literature. Which is i always dive in. Even if i can't stand neoclassical economics. Hostile rated and i couldn't believe the garbage always rating quite frankly. I'm not going to be polite about this. This is the worst work written fifty years and the that it was given a nobel prize is is not a reason to trust the research. It's arisen to shot. The night will produce down under shop mainstream economics down as well. It's that bad. So what is it for people who aren't familiar with the work once you've dived into. What are the what are the claims that nordhausen making that you think is so discrediting of the nobel. Well the main climb climb that he makes is how trivial climate change is going to have a have an impact on the economy so in his novel prospects which people can find on the web quite easily. He said that the with no abatement of the impact of climate change is leading the economy role on if there were no damages from climate. Change at all. Then you get a certain level of pay. If you include the damages from climate change on our productive capabilities six degrees increase in temperature would cause an eight point nine percent full in j six degrees temperature. This that's published in the paper. In the american economic review one of those specialist journals in two thousand nine hundred and i think and in his goal prospects he actually says the optimal temperature changes afford degree increase in temperature iva preindustrial industrial levels. Now i just. I couldn't believe it. How the hell does he reach those results. so i dived into his research. This particular piper in nantou naughty one cold too slow on not to sazleh. The comics of global warming will become of climate change and in that he assumed simply assumed that icy seven percent of industry would be unaffected by climate change. Because it happens in what it called carefully controlled environments that he lumped all manufacturing all services. All of government spending even lumped mining in there. The only thing things have in common is they happened undercover accepting. You didn't think about mining. Obviously he's simply saying rufo protect you from climate change..
"nantou" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue
"Well you hear all not anymore. Now you're not here anymore nantou. You're a hero. I it's your turn to be a hero. What way is really returned to be. I have a coupon for you being a hero to that. I have not used way. I thought the herea thought you were saying like. Oh i'm a here because you want me to perform sex act. Yes hero as but then he said. I'm not here anymore until you're a hero. I like that that changes the what the hero actually needs. Whatever it's your turn it is your turn. We both know it. We both fine print. There isn't there is one for one. If i do it that it's your turn to do it next and it's been your turn to do it. Which is why. I haven't had a turn. This is why. I haven't been your turn one for one. That's how it is. You made that you said that of one for one. When did i set that. How you are for everything you were so even stevens about fucking everything about everything just like you have not initiated in quite a while you haven't you have not don't you haven't for a long time okay. What are you doing me now what. Amd alabel what you're doing for me. Now i i've edition the last five times easily times but then before that that's not what we're talking about. Oh okay so if we're not talking about the past why then why are we talking about. Like i'm not being here until you hero or the past guys in the past. Okay well whatever you decide then we started overall. Is i the lady. 'cause only know i go rain com. No no no no. No yes i goes now are meant to adler to know these for nearly my junk. I don't know maybe i did. This.
"nantou" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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Where do words comes from? Find out in Washington, DC’s newly opened Planet Word museum
"The. Much anticipated planet word. Open today in. DC. Yes. Yes. Back in twenty seventeen DC mayor Muriel Bowser, and a team of advisers picks philanthropist and Friedman to restore the historic Franklin school building a gorgeous building. By the way, millions of dollars have gone into restoring the national historic landmark much of it. Friedman's own money to create a place where people can explore are evolving language. Now, that restoration didn't happen without a couple of shall we call them hiccups along the way city officials halted construction for quite some time after discovering. That the project's developer violated DC's strict historic preservation rules but all of that is wrapped up now in the museum is officially open to the public WMU senior editor gay. Bullard got an early look at the museum and he's here to take us on a little tour as you turn off K.. Street and walk into the courtyard of planet word you're showered in language. There's an art exhibit in which Willow Tree made of speakers plays a mix of languages from around the world. Inside the historic Franklin school building has been given a thirty five, million dollar restoration the preserved stare tiling wainscoting and a few other flourishes Nantou the building century and a half of life. But the displays are exceedingly high tech I up a twenty foot high wall of carved words brought to life through powerful projectors and narration. The tells the history of the English language. The exhibit invites you to say a word from the wall like smog or sport to get a quick etymology lessons on. Board. Shorts. Burns over. In the next room, a giant globe of lights is surrounded by screens each with a friendly face of person who will teach you about their spoken or signed language. I tapped on Venezuela and got to try a regional tongue twister. And? Eric Kahn. Areas Cigar. A Nice in the gallery on humor, you can play word games or help and artificial intelligence right captions for new. Yorker. Cartoons according to my analysis. This caption about cannibalism mine database says that cannibalism is usually very serious, but sometimes, it can be funny to take something serious and pretend it is not serious. This is called dark humor in the library. Visitors can grab a book from the Shelf, set it on a table and be treated to an animation and narration explaining something about the text the technology can be dazzling but museum founder and Friedman says, it's in service of a larger purpose to reinvigorate excitement for literacy maybe with technology and with sort of the wow factor, we could make books and words and language sort of. Them and. With their imaginations captured visitors will think more about language for now the museum is working on virtual events for those who can't make an in person for those who can plan at word is open four free but you'll need to preregister for a time to get in admission is limited to twenty five people per hour.
"nantou" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"nantou" Discussed on Dreamer Talks
"It is important to note that we can learn many things from the people we surround ourselves with. This is why I have ventured out to interview. Dreamers were willing to share their journey with US and today we're joined with my awesome sister Galli of Oak, which so Yeah. This is GonNa be weird because we don't speak in English. Yeah. We usually speak Spanish to each other. And to that point, you know I'm originally Mexican. So it's about time you already met if you've been following episodes my brother on a previous episode. So it's about time that you also meet my sister better sibling or okay we'll get into that. And then. Eventually. Down the line, I will also have a episode with my parents either individually or together we'll see anyway. So the episode right now what I want to focus on is you know this whole notion of dreaming and pursuing passions and following. The things you know all the synonyms of such enor- for that to occur there has to be a certain type of background sir type of upbringing in order for that to happen. So I figured who better to talk about mine and her upbringing than my sister because we. Grew up together with an amazing parents. So in a way episode episode is a big. Thank you to our parents and for the good and the bad All right. So The question is bring it on. We moved at a very young age. To Canada. Right, from Mexico to Canada, I was four you were at our six. Correct. How do you think this big decision that we had no control over? Affected our lives in the way we see decision making and goals. Well firstly, it's not until recently that I realized how much of a decision that must have been for a mom and dad. Like. Literally picked up their lives and just left. especially coming from a Jewish Mexican family. A any other Jewish Mexicans or Latin Jews know how intense Jewish families can be especially Latin ones. When you mix the Latin culture with the Jewish culture, you get a very double the food. And whatnot comes to Jews. That's a of food. I mean not complaining we love food. Yeah. It's great food, but it's also a very tight knit community. I. It's very, very, very tight knit every it's like a little bubble but. So. Nantou originally, I didn't really sit down and think about how much of a huge decision that must have been for mom and dad and like. How crazy they just like got.
The myth of balance, moderation, and how to ditch the all-or-nothing mentality around food with Kris Dovbniak (Part 2)
"WanNa go on and talk a little bit more about the certified intuitive eating counselor so you talked about like why you wanted to pursue that. Can you talk a little bit more about like? What is that process like? Take us like a little bit behind the scenes and then like when you're working with clients as intuitive eating counselor. What are some of the things that you do with them to help bring them through their own journeys towards the other side? Yeah Oh my gosh with so many different so much nutrition training and different certifications in my back pocket bar none. The intuitive eating certification was the not only the most interesting but absolutely the most educational transformational as a coach Simply because you know it is all incredibly research faced Evelyn. Tripoli is just an incredible human so the book and she would have eating was written by Evelyn Tripoli and at least rush and the program is based on their framework of the ten principles of intuitive eating. They actually have their fourth edition coming out very soon. I WANNA say it's mayor June. They have coming out The last version was created in two thousand and three. And that's the one. I'm kind of the basis for the training. She takes the ten principles of intuitive eating. And she takes you through a twelve week seminar series just like you would go to college classroom and goes through the research behind it and ultimately you know why like dieting stretching and Nantou food role. Don't serve and how they aren't our clients. The people that are working and so being able to see that and then taking that and then applying it to our clients so from after doing the whole Tele Seminar training. There's also a I wanna say it's six our audio training that you go through and do and you you learn of the ten principles in depth and how they apply to you as a practitioner. Not just somebody who has gone through at. You're also required to go through and read the book and listen to the Audio version and go through the workbook yourself which I think is so powerful am and then you're required to go through one on one trading with either Evelyn or a lease and I worked with Evelyn through the on one training as well as the telephone. I believe she's the one who does the Tele Seminar series but she is so incredibly smart and so passionate about what she does and being able to ask her direct questions and being able to bring anonymous client story to her and have give her a bluer us through how we would work through that. With a client with an intuitive. Eating lines was more powerful than anything I could have done on my own because it surely taught me. How shoe have compassion for each person that I work with. Meet them where they're at in utilize the intuitive eating Lens Shoe. Help them find freedom with food and find Quote unquote ballots in their in their bodies and in their eating So so it is. It's you know for me. It took me just about nine months to go through everything every every practitioner who works with his different. You're required to have certifications or an educational background in nutrition or psychology or personal training. You have to be professional in order that you were allowed to become into a certified intuitive eating counselor. She does have a or they have a program for. I WANNA see for. Lay people where you can take people through an intuitive eating kind of group course but it's a little bit different. It's not as indepth And practitioner focused as this one is. I'm just because I am working with one on one clients and she is training. Tichenor is and so. It's very interesting that she's training practitioners in different areas too. So she's training psychologists and psychiatrists who work with their clients and obviously the way they're going to work with their clients is different than the way. I'm going to work with my clients. As a health coach in a holistic nutritionist. And what I do Just because of my scope of practice oftentimes my clients are also working with a counselor Which I highly recommend for for many of my clients work with them to you. I certainly do not have the have all the answers but the eating Lens Comes into play with many many different practitioners. So she so. It's you know this whole this whole long program where you dig into the research and you learn practically how to work through this with clients. It was so incredibly helpful to my my on. My knowledge am as a coach and really way that I not just work with clients but the way that I look at clients backgrounds and the way that I am able to help them work through their struggles. So you know my clients work. I do work at this point. It's one hundred percent with women I used to say like ninety percent with women and I'm like it's been three years since I've worked with a guy I definitely work with women. Nothing against man. I'm married to one. And he's great. But I am called to work with women and I work Oftentimes with MOMS to With busy MOMS who are. Like I WANNA eat intuitively but I feel like I don't have time so what I do when I was clients is I need them. Where they're at. I listen to their stories. I adjust like I shared my own story. I listened to where they've been in their relationship with food. We talk about where they want to be in their relationship with food and their vision for having a relationship with food and utilizing the shooting eating principles and you know and my my skills just as a holistic health coach work together to meet their goals for finding freedom with food and eating in a way. That feels good to them but isn't restricted and doesn't contain any rules and so it looks different with every single client. We meet on the phone or meet on skype and it really starts from their story and exactly like we are doing. Today it starts with really Picking apart those pieces and picking positive way taking apart those pieces and and putting them back together so that the relationship with food is no longer broken but their relationship with food is is healed and they feel like a happy healthy whole person again without feeling bogged down by rules and restrictions. And all of this is done from the lens of intuitive eating.
"nantou" Discussed on AP News
"Vary. Cannot be combined with any other offer combo meal, single item at regular price, AP, digital news network. Comedian Tracy Morgan was involved in a minor traffic crash. While driving his brand new Gotti in midtown Manhattan. Police say the Fender bender happened Tuesday afternoon near tenth avenue and forty second street and involve Morgan in his white Bugatti reportedly worth around two million dollars. And a sixty one year old man driving a Honda CR v five years ago Morgan suffered severe head trauma when a truck slammed into the limo van he was riding in this latest accident. He was behind the wheel of the car, he'd reportedly bought an hour before the minor crash. Police say both vehicle suffered minor damage and everyone refused. Medical attention, although photos of the scene show Morgan sitting in an ambulance children, under age, seven in pregnant women who lived in Nantou, damn cathedral. Impera should have their blood checked for high levels of lead fulling, the blaze. In pro sent tons of toxic lead from the cathedral, spoon out roof into the latest sinking to the ground is just from his public health agency said it's identified a child from the area with the blood lead level of, of the regulatory threshold. Soil samples in some administrative buildings nearby tested, positive for high levels of lead optimism, even as there is no deal yet then President Trump's threatened tariffs. I'm Tim Maguire of the AP news minute vice-president, Mike Pence secretary state, Mike Pompeo, now the Trump administration officials have wrapped up their first meeting with Mexico's foreign secretary Marcela. Brad had a President Trump's threatened terrace, it Brad tells reporters at the Mexican embassy in Washington. He's confident an agreement can be reached as talks continue tomorrow. We are going to find a tux. So does. Trump is demanding Mexico. Do more about detailing the influx of migrants at the border last month. Some one hundred thirty three thousand people cross the border into the US many them families from Central America centers for disease control and prevention says this year's measles, outbreak has topped one thousand cases, the highest in twenty seven years, ten years ago, there are fewer than one hundred cases a year outbreak has been concentrated in communities, where parents refused to vaccinate their children..
"nantou" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Six. Dot com studios. So this weekend is mother's day. I will be spending time with my mom. My mom said I said, what do you want to do anything? Just come over. Maybe you want to go the movie, she's wanna spend three hours seeing the avengers. Is there anything else worth thing? I said, I don't know. But I know someone who does not just anyone happens to be the world's greatest. Film critic someone that we are honored and privileged to have on this program each and every Friday morning, and that's Jeffrey Lyons Jeffrey good morning. How you doing? I'm doing great. You don't want me on your boat. First of all start talking politics. And I'd be in trouble. All that. There would be a red sock game on. And I'd be looking. You know, I think you've used on the Red Sox are probably even more controversial than you've use a on politics when it comes to this General Motors. Jerry. I'm a met fan. I you're preaching to the choir here. Might you know, Ed, crane pools, my favorite all time met. Oh, yeah. He just got the kit the kidney transplant, right? He was going to say he was born three days after I was and I can remember sitting at my freshman year at Columbia before transferred to Penn. And I remember sitting in some middle middle European literature. Required course, reading German philosophers. And I looked out the window. And I go ahead crane polls probably coming up to that. Now. I'm so jealous. So I wish I only met him once, and I didn't tell them this story. I have kind of have a connection since three days apart some so happy skinny me too. And and I wanna ask you genuinely movies, but with respect to Ed crane pool that someone he went right from going from being in Monroe high school. To signing with the New York Mets and wasn't in the minor leagues. At all. Do you think that he would have developed differently as a player if he had been in the minor leagues a bit and had a little bit of time to season? Not just a win. He would be legendary. Yes, you're right. When field one right to the majors alkaline. The only battery only single battery in the hall of fame. How colline Alkali alkaline went to? It doesn't happen often. At all depends spent entire career with the New York Mets played in the sixties and seventies. And one of those, you know, homegrown players. And so I I wish all the best. I don't know people listening or not, but he's been through a lot capsule later today in talk. Oh, yeah. He schools your favorite all-time met. Well, look, I they're obviously somebody like Tom Seaver is such a legend. But I really wasn't following the Mets at the time that Tom Seaver was. Yes. The Red Sox. I always had a soft spot for Howard Johnson. I I love. Yeah. I love characters. So, you know, doc Goodman, Darrell strawberry. A love those guys. And Todd Hundley is another guy that I've always had a soft spot. I think it was taught humbly or his son who started the whole idea fantasy camp is that right? The first hour notice I think so and it's not my idea what a fantasy camp would be. But one involve Elizabeth Hurley. A. Keep an was always my favorite when I need to know. Good guy. Great. I'm sure you'll agree. He redefined the position of I pay hundred percent a hundred percent. It's the same. If he if his stats were a little bit better might have been Cooperstown. This contemporary, Don Mattingly that I agree with it medically stayed on the field longer. Definitely would have been way better fielder. Oh, see. Now. That's a comparison. You can't really make. I mean, you know, it's it's it's a shame. I would have to give the the Nantou Mattingly simply for the fact that he made, you know, grittier plays at a longer time especially playing on a team that wasn't that good in most of his heyday. So I. It could also be said that Keith made the hard place look easy. That's true. That's a good point. Well, Geoffrey we're out of time. It was great talking movies. Ventures. Jeffrey, what's what's what's worth seeing this weekend? So-so comedy about two con con, women and Hathaway and rebel Wilson. Who once again, fat jokes all through the movie is okay? It has reminded me of thirty rotten scoundrels all is true with Kenneth Braun is we Shakespeare a little bit too long in mcallen, assented and danger Dench places older. Ironically, illiterate, wife, it's about the last three years of his life. Kenneth unrecognizable. I thought it was astonishing looking lot of scenery looks like paintings palms comes from a company called appalling movies. I think it's so bad and wasting Diane Keaton who I hope got a lot of money for this nonsense. She retires to to a your senior center in Georgia a community and seeing Jackie Weaver form a cheerleading team, and it makes fun of elderly people. And I just couldn't stand much as I adore. Diane Keaton and our work, right? So scoop that it token is an interesting job English movie about J are token. Cheers in World War One before he created the Lord of the rings. And I like this be better than I can take the rings movies. But they have a lot of fans all over the world. And it's a really interesting picturesque little film, then movie called my son, which is a French thriller about us about a kidnap, son. So and then this documentary Seren Getty rules about scientists who fifty years earlier started going to places around the world to try to see how the owner of nature isn't a learned that the predators of the valuable ones because if the predators left, then their prey up all the food, and then we would be really in trouble. So it's an interesting scientific, but really beautiful picturesque documentary. So bringing mother I would say he would probably like token best. See she's not the biggest Lord of the rings fan either. But she'll still enjoy the film. Yeah. Because a lot of the rink about his his romance with the young woman and World War One and his men his mother died when he was when he was a teenager and a very helpful pre K by the great ice. I reject the call Amini mentors him. And it's a lot of is at Oxford where he formed some very Keith friendships. And I think tha very Jovan kill them for everybody. But I liked it like the performance. Well, I'll I'll check it out in honored to be joined by New York's number one Red Sox. Look forward to denunciation. Thank you. Thank you. I can tell you. I will not be denouncing number eighteen on the Boston Red Sox as of yesterday. Donald Trump who hosted the Red Sox at the White House. Very nice of the Red Sox to show up eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Debbie do hayme how the roads looking and I'm wishing Ed crane pulled the best as well. By the way. Let's you happening right now. Franken looks like a c- problem on the sawmill river Parkway southbound.
"nantou" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The separation of powers under stress, generally, the kinds of speeds that we see today between the congress and the president are negotiated and he'd every day, and I've done both sides Pennsylvania, having these kinds of document requests are negotiated and of executive privilege made. So in that sense, it's normal. What's not normal is that in this case there has been every few to cooperate. It's not clear who's at fault. But the branches now are officially engaged in. I am not cooperating poise. And so what has to happen in my view is that they need to go to court. If the court decision comes out and the president were to refuse to comply with the court as a Nixon not coming forth with the tape, then we would be in a constitutional crisis in my because the court has no army. They cannot. Of course, it's on orders. But we're not there yet. We're at the first chapter of the beginning of the stress, and you mentioned Nixon. I mean, the report the the judgment on that was not the final judgment, and we know from the United States versus Nixon, the Nixon cases president Kenneth decide on his own doesn't it? That's absolutely true on the president started their ultimate authority over the executive branch. And that claim was rejected in the United States Nixon that it was insufficient to make a case Nantou civil or something the court couldn't decide and the supreme court asserted rather bluntly dare that was the decision maker when it came to criminal prosecution. This is a slightly different case because we had an actual criminal prosecution. So it is more conventional dispute between the congress and the president on the other hand Congress's authority is very very broad the court is called broad far-reaching penetrating. These are some quotes from various court cases that go back over the history of the twentieth century. So I think that the president's plane somebody's cases are quite weak. And that's the other problem there too. Many of these cases this is something we haven't seen blanket assertions. Executive privilege because that's also what Nixon said he can't do you have to specify the document. You have to explain why this is confidential presidential material. And we don't have that here. We've got a number of cases where the administration is either preemptively doing as tax case, which is a fairly straightforward case. As far as I can see as well as a variety of other matters, Victoria, north is professor larger law and Cyprus ashes James Monroe, distinguish law professor at the university of Virginia, and we're not following precedent here, though, professor for cash and the reality is congress supposedly has investigative powers. So what we're seeing is no documents being turned over congress stonewalling. And it's going to be held up in the courts and tied up in the courts, probably for quite some time. Isn't it? Yeah. I mean, I think I think both sides are spoiling for a fight. I think professional is exactly. Right. That before we before we typically seen cases brought to the courts the size of tried to negotiate this out. I think the Democrats believe that there's no point in negotiation, and they want a quick resolution and the president life doesn't seem to be interested in negotiation. The courts themselves may try to encourage some sort of negotiated settlements. And they don't have to rule on the matter. But I think you know, if you're the president you're just trying to stall to see what happens in the elections next year, if you win this investigation might go away if you lose the investigation will surely go away if the Republicans win they may be less interested in pursuing these these matters speaker Pelosi said, and I'm quoting here. My biggest fear is that if it were to go to court and the court were to affirm Congress's authority, the president was simply refused. His ability with this president. I actually don't think. So I think you know, there's a lot of rhetoric on both sides Nixon actually did suggest before the lower courts that he wasn't going to comply. I don't think the president has yet filed a brief saying you can say what you want. I'm not going to comply..
"nantou" Discussed on Science for the People
"So this is a tricky bit means, so, you know, leaving hook from wonder in the life around him, and then when people figured out germ theory that some of these species could kill us the wonder all went away. And so I think it's important to maintain both the sentence of wonder and. In at the same time a sense of urgency that we need to understand the few species that live in our homes that can cause problems and just to think about the numbers for a second. If we found one hundred thousand species or so in houses maximum twenty of those species are regularly harmful to humans, and so the vast majority are either benign or actually beneficial and the same is true in your tap water. But there's a group of bacteria called non to Bricusse Mycobacterium that become apparently more comment in showerheads in particular, and in piping in general, and for people who are immuno-compromised in a few other subsets of the population, those bacteria can cause problems for for most people, even if they're they're they don't cause problems. But they're actually a lot of people who are immuno-compromised. So it's in that segment of the population is a not insignificant. Group. And and so one of the things we're trying to figure out what makes those not to purchase Mycobacterium comment. But even that question is really tricky because some of the entrepreneurial Mycobacterium are problematic sometimes and some of them appear to actually be beneficial. And we don't quite know enough yet to distinguish those two groups very readily. And so this is the trick with we know so little about the biological world. The every time they get close enough that we almost think we understand what's going on is a little bit more in a goes out of focus again. But what we found so far with the shower heads is that it looks like water systems that are more. Chlorinated tend to have more of the Nantou Bricusse, Mike bacteria, which is not to say, they're less healthy, but they're different. And what we think is happening is that the chlorination is actually killing a lot of the chlorine tolerant bacteria, but the non-turkish Mycobacterium are chlorine taller answer that they're hanging out in there doing fine. And so were inadvertently favoring them with our water systems. But the super tricky bit about that is. Once we screw up the aquifers from which our water is coming from whence. They become polluted either with toxins or with our own waste. We have to do our treatment. We don't have another choice. And so in some ways, the ideal water system is to have what Vienna has which is underground aquifers that haven't been screwed up yet that the water comes out of and doesn't need to be treated, and that seems like a pretty optimal solution. But it's only possible if we don't screw things up. I or if we don't move to places like Arizona that basically don't have water..
"nantou" Discussed on PTI
"But I'm Mike wilpon, Tony Felisa Wisconsin arrested in naked man, riding a scooter and WalMart while his dog stole corn. Greg. Tony Kornheiser, but thanks to my excellent attorneys. I have been released to host this show. That's got to be a fake island. I don't believe one word is so long. It wasn't a Florida man knows not a Florida, man. Who's a with Nantou, man? We did the story on the podcast a couple of days ago. I'm very impressed that you can train a dog to steal particular items. I like lie corn bread and Muffin mix produce. And you said the dog stole the name. Yeah. I may be muffing mic. Very couple. It's really rod. Well, going to beat TI boys and girls in today's episode. Russell Westbrook takes the blame Chris sale stinks. And Ryan Fitzpatrick has eaten way too much perfect. But we begin today, and please don't turn off your sets. When I say this with hockey, just two minutes. Just give us two minutes in the box. Hamp? Obey are the best team in the NHL is season the presidents trophy winner swept out of the first. Round last night by Columbus. This is completely unprecedented. Will by the Tampa Bay coach John Cooper just got an extension last month. Is this a fireball result? I don't think he's a fireable. Really? I I really think that his excuses after the game more fireable than the actual losing. And the excuses after the game essentially with this. We want so much. We didn't have any meaningful game right after February. Right. So we stunk 'cause nobody could challenge us despite having the best record in the league and the second best record ever by being the highest scoring team in the league by having the best penalty kill special team Italy by being the best power, plus than everything in everything a lot then by a lot. And then I swept out now. Now, the presidents trophy teams have been knocked out not sweat. They've been tossed out not swept up in knocked out wept out. I'm I'm not gonna say fireable. Yeah. It is fun fire. The guy to having the second best record ever. Okay. It is fireable until you. What Dwane Casey last year was the NBA coach of the year was swept out of the playoff. And what happened to him? He got fired in this particular case, I get this excuse no meaningful games that sounds like guns zag, or we didn't have to play anybody for a couple of months this entire series was about coaching and coaching only this fellow John Cooper did not adjust Tortorella who I think is crazy madman Horta rela through stuff at him that he hadn't seen in regular season. There was no adjustment. They kept plowing through in the same way. Mike, this is truly about coaching. They want they're not going to fire him in my he's been one coat hockey coaches, head coaches, get fired in he didn't give it. They get fired. He didn't get his team ready to play them flame coaching..
"nantou" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"I'm sure these consultants are not saying that because the obvious conclusion that would be well, then we won't pay your feet attempt to fix. No. This is these are independent people Nantou not the people who are seeking out and get all the money that late. Yes. Yes. Yes. Well, then the question of needs to be answered too late for what let's have a convincing. Picture of the scenario. So that we can each look at it than judge. I mean, we're unfamiliar with this kind of scenario. So just saying airliners will fall out of the sky and nuclear power plants will blow up we need to know the sequence the imagine sequence of events. And and if it's true, it will certainly be a bizarre comment on the movement into the first moments of the third millennium that we basically blow ourselves away because computer glitch. Well, I wonder if we are truly that dependent. And I sort of imagine that we are every single function of government is computer controlled most of them have this problem. I mean, I could go on and mention every alphabet agents, and my God NSA CIA don't fall apart along the social security along with the veteran's administration and checks. I guess the question is what happens to the money if some kind of enormous there's the whole human race is that why there's so little interesting the problem because in fact, the problem is going to make a lot of people incredibly wealthy, and no one will be able to trace the exact outlines of the heist. I have even my own webmaster, who's brilliant. He's rolling has a similar commercial programs that he's written. I mean, he's really good. And even he has the ones UK problem. And he's not so sure he can get it fixed for his clients in time. So I really is a serious problem. I get a lot of Email about it. And I've been considering it thinking about it. And if all came tumbling down. I am not convinced that it would be a bad thing. Maybe maybe I need to get an advertised how you can profit from the Y2._K crash. While I probably we should be also talking about organizing tested sub networks with the thing. The date has already been simulated apple claims all its machinery is why two k compatible. And so you always there. There's just though. Yes. I agree. Do you have an apple I'm devoted with a name like mechanics? I not have a MAC is like is a good machine terrorist. But you know, it's like it's like a beta recorder, well, my son and his hotshot friends. Tell me anybody who doesn't learn Unix is of worse anyway in the law. So so that puts us probably both in hot water. Yeah. Probably. So every time I say something like this. I get oh, you wouldn't. I mean, people are still attached to their computers. The MAC users. They flubbed me with vicious ugly of heat still mail when we come back. We're going to go to the phone stay right there. You've got a good long break. Terrence. I'm more bell. This is coast to coast AM. You're listening to the soccer Delic Sologne where people are changing their lives. One thought at a time..
"nantou" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Dallas around eight eight AM damn chant you'd better leave a little early for traffic, as you know, the I think the five star at like eight or nine the gym. We got the gym to Mike Nantou eleven so you don't want to be late, and we started. A okay this this this this work. I think about the be three P I here. Hey, Hey. hey. About the beach sleepy. I here on Cates. But yeah, yeah. I'll be I'll be close to eight. You know what I mean? So, but yeah, it'll be forty degrees already. Check the weather. It's going to be around twenty forty and fifty five degrees that weekend. Okay. But we bring the heat then. But for me. Yes, tech. It. Man. Shit out like that man came on here and talking about he don't be English talking above a man or team. Listen, man, right there you hit him with the cut it. We kinda hit lifting Nello don't be England win and vice and the English fucking matter only when it comes to or the right, man. Shit. Oh, y'all got a rebuttal that killed that narrative? Right. But I can't help. But but not beheaded tap dance. You going like he was dancing all around the Ortiz question. Like, listen. I don't even I don't even care the act about why these no more like. Myth nece just got a call from Virgil hunter. He can come on. Now, if you wanted to or we can just some the number I good if he call semi the area are no I will. Go ahead and take another call them. Sure. Yup. Yup. You show up. Yes, why you keep on saying your show Kate Kabamba done. Brandon talk to me. Shit TV. Can you hear me? We're. Yeah. What? She brand new. We lost you. I'm sorry, Brandon. I made a mistake brother. I gotta keep the order in order because you don't wanna be skipped while it's father. It's hard to man all these computers. Actually, you know, trying to do other things is difficult uploaded some videos, if you haven't checked, then I got a concept of some other videos from the UK, so yeah, man, it's a apologies Brandon. But we're coming to, you know, at least million number about heart. Now, we're getting there. Coming up respect. Dying. Out. More. You kill ten people in your intro. How men? You guys go. I'm good on been. Not so bad. Not too bad. I'm hoping white thing isn't a rumor on the other hand, I'm thinking because sky of Bohol a match with my meant, you know, feels like which box hedging for a little bit of a slum. You know couple of big stars retiring at the game. Plus, you pay per views are going to come from. Debate. You can't. Anyway, the white. He he's he's got. He's got degrees thing I was trying to say, no, I think a contract to soft. Let someone talking about her not doing a good job for white. You know, I think the consensus is why is a bad heavyweight Huby fury. You know, she refree as had a title shot. Does he Pucca and he's had a limit against what's his name? Who live, you know, what's it called? Why wouldn't even go and fight? After the purse bid, but why much room? We didn't not best bid for the guy. He's been really low to him as well. So always talk about. The guys made him a millionaire. No, what's just talk every Streep. There was to be fair. Some of them fights on pay per se that is a fight for sky is for DO white sky in a bad position is what that's all. I was trying to say. And now what she's right on the wall? You start to get started to get back. Just on the undercard getting away starts get then. Yes. On Joshua on the undercard gave nowhere starting to get Josie. Parka just got kicked out of was IBM. Franken's these are not fights for him brilliant guy. So yeah, that's why I go. Recalled each..
"nantou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"It is twenty two thousand five in Hong Kong forty in twenty five in Helsinki and twelve twenty five here in London. Now, do you? Remember this? That was obviously last year's Eurovision and three hundred nets who won the song contest for Israel. The winner of the competition always hosts the following year's Eurovision. And it's been controversial to say. The least Monaco's Eurovision expert dog. Go joins me now in the studio and undo the latest headlines about this year's Eurovision. There is a group of British artists calling for the Eurovision to be moved away from Israel, Tillis, Mark. Yes, they send a letter to the BBC's specifically, which is you know, where where they broadcast here in the UK and the reason for that because they have human rights concerns about the country special because of Israel's occupation of the West Bank and the treatment with Palestinians. I mean, you know, play for that. I mean, they this is always a control resume an artist goes and perform in Israel, for example, when Lanada Ray was there she's being heavily criticized by some of the artists. So is this kind of. Renew discussion. But then the BBC replied and in in in some ways, they are right. They said the revisions not actually a political event. So they having things we remain as normal. Exactly. I was just going to ask you if those in charge for the song on petition to be moved away to another country, not really Markle's. I don't I don't think this will happen. Of course, every year will have control versus for example, when I was in Kiev two years ago Russia was not competing because both countries during a fight. There's been quite a few cases, though, when you revision had to be moved. But there was it was not because of politics, but it was because of the cost. Excel that's been happening. Mostly in the nineteen seventies. And eighties has an absolutely any facts. Most of the time when countries declined because of the expense the event happening UK, so the UK was the default position. They went they go for the BBC. So we happened in one thousand nine hundred sixty action the Netherlands decline again for expense. The UK decided to host the event in sixty three as well. When. Fronts declined in seventy two Monaco, but not because they didn't have money, but because they didn't have a suitable venue, I presume because it's such as country as well. The less time that this happened was in nineteen eighty was when guests which country declined was Israel, and they said because of expense, and apparently was going to be on the same day as Israel independence day or something like that. And they they said all we can't really host. And then the event was hosted at the Hague in the Netherlands. So you've been to so many Eurovision song contest. So for how would you promote the idea of hosting? That's great event in city hall, much good. Does it bring? I think it's wonderful for soft power Marcus, and you know, of being two five shows in the in the past, and I can see for example in Austria. I mean for some reason Ostra has this image of a little bit conservative country, but one conservative worst one and the show was hosted there. I think the world kind of changed its perceptions of Australia. Debate for another ten we just finally about your vision parties how conservative day, well, they're not conservative at all. I mean, even in the country Kiev, I mean, lots of interesting things happening and the music is great. Always Mark things have been. Lots of love and good music. What happens here stays in here? Monaco's for Nantou. Our thank you very much for joining us here in the briefing. The program was produced by Reese, James and researched by Baluchi, and Martha LeBron are a city manager was David Stevens the briefing is back tomorrow at the same time. Meanwhile, do join entry Minnesota days addition of Midori house that is alive. Eighteen hundred London time thirteen hundred in New York. I am Marcus hippie. Thanks for listening and by now.
"nantou" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"News wall spending and rugged terrain, a look at the US southern border by the numbers as the debate over funding. Rolls on also Americans in general are drinking less alcohol. These days will explain why would boost makers are doing to fight the trend and the best and worst airlines when it comes to timeliness, luggage-handling and complaints on this morning. America's First News coming up tomorrow morning at three on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Still no budget in the government shutdown standoff. Full story at eleven thirty on KOA NewsRadio. Back to the phones we go. This is Brian Monroe, Louisiana your next. It's great to have you, sir. Hi. Good afternoon rush. Like, I said, I do live in the south and I worked for the Federal Aviation Administration as a technician, and I am for President Trump building a wall. I think it's necessary for our safety of our country. I do believe that. But I also feel that. Represented Pelosi him they need to sit down and talk this out. And and don't use the government workers as pawns. I mean, we should not be involved in it does something need to discuss on their own and come up with a conclusion and Nantou affect all the people that work for the government for the people. Let me ask you a question. There's no right or wrong. Here. Just this is asking, you your opinion. Do you think Trump is willing to sit down and chat about it? Well, I think originally he was and she shutting down, and and I and I don't think that was appropriate. You know, I don't think there's appropriate for her to shut him down. I know that she doesn't want to give up any money, supposedly, even know seniors. It's not about the money. It's not. When Clinton while they all wanted the wall, and she wanted to wall to, but I really feel the wind is this right now, this is my personal opinion. She doesn't like Trump and she wants to make it rough for him. And but they need to sit down and talk this out as adults and as as comprehensive or good leaders for this country because it's not appropriate. What they're doing. I it. It hurts a lot of folks, we got young air traffic controllers here that and and other places throughout the country that it's really hard to you know, nobody has had like four and five and six and seven thousand dollars in the Bank to live on while you're trying to get through this. I understand. We wanted to take care of ourselves. I'm sorry. Go ahead. No, no. I understand all that. I just I I wanna I wanna try to have as many people as possible understand what is really going on here. And the first thing that I have to tell you. And I mean this from the bottom of my heart, and I'm not exaggerating, and I'm not trying to be provocative, and I'm not trying to make anybody. Mad Nancy Pelosi doesn't care one wit about the hardships of anybody or anything during this shutdown Nancy Pelosi and the democrat party care about one thing making sure that nobody likes Donald Trump ever tries this again, the message being sent here is that somebody Washington disapproves of being elected president is going to be shut down and will not be cooperated with and nothing will ever get done because the objective here is twofold. It's to get. Rid of Donald Trump and then too paralyzed Donald paralyzing. I get rid of him. And then send a signal you Republicans better never ever since somebody like this because it's going to end up being like this every day. I'm not going to do business with somebody. We're not gonna let somebody like this ever be legitimate. That's what this is. It is nothing about the shutdown. It's nothing about with the hardships that are being faced. It's not even about the wall Pelosi, and the Democrats have you said they have have supported a wallop it. This is about making sure about doing everything they can do to make sure that this guy who they despise does not have one demonstrable success story that nobody like him will ever ever try this again. This is a long term message to everybody outside Washington. Everybody outside the Washington political class, the elites, whatever you're not welcome here. And we will damage whatever. It takes to make sure none of you ever end up here again. And those of you who voted for this don't you ever do this again your votes are wasted? You're not gonna get one thing you want. You're not gonna get anything. And you will be glad for all this destruction to send the message that you don't.
"nantou" Discussed on Racing Post
"Whereas Allen is I think he's developing into a real winner. Now. I mean, he's had a good start to the season. He's confident, and I think he's one of these plans that is not scared. Not scared of the winning line rone's mentioned all these numb parties. But he's never mentioned Allen in that bracket because I think he respects him. Along with the likes of Selby and Higgins, he's slowly developing into a winner. And should they may a think the, you know, the heads heads eleven four, but I think that five different animals now Declan just finally in terms of the outright market, you obviously want to be we've running war the kind of wants to the top of the market most kings ally. Mark Williams is a said earlier, a he's been and party wrote the last six months at dolphin Gabby going into this well, prepared and. He's gonna hard. I very much. He'll be happy to lay him. John Higgins, fourteen to one is being again. He's been an terrible for him. He's making all their own noises, and is gonna toss draw so to be happy to lay 'em marks Alba's. Well, he's he's he's had a purse season, they her standards and be happy to take him on. Older remains from this. Master's post cost is to get the naps is will not be ROY. I'm going to go. I I I think Ronnie O'Sullivan to make the final against I'm looking at a respect Davies opinion on Columbine. See that is really the only dangerous. It was the kind of potential threats to role in the in the bomb hav. I think the short format playing in London, you can stay home and all that that would just set was in down on he's turned out for all of the big events this season. And I think it'll probably win. But just if he plays someone that Selby in the final getting a little bit nervous. I'm gonna go for rolling to make the final against Declan. What's your best bat? Spent it's going to be new Overton to be Mark Williams say I need Robertson is really focused season. Mark Williams hasn't been these been he's been perform on a just tank at odds against Robertson. Sa- grip debated. Okay. Dave clogged. What's your best player? The masters will the Mark Allen Lavin is going to continue going to stick with more, man. Sixty five to win the first called size. Go look for sale. And then the the winner of danger way and jealous house skin. I think he's got the bane of all three players comfortably sixty five to win his court Nantou to reach the fauna, but sixty-five too many scores. The best bet for me. Okay. Well, thanks very much guys. And if you enjoy the.