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Satellite Images Show Huge Russian Military Buildup in the Arctic
"Recent weeks have seen a significant build up of russian forces along its border with ukraine within the last day the threat has become even less physically with one. Russian officials suggesting that those troops crossed the border to defend russian sympathizing separatists in ukraine's eastern donbass region. The united states is now said to be considering sending warships into the black sea. This is not necessarily a huge deal the. Us navy seals the black sea pretty regularly so long as turkey admits them through. The dodd nells straight. However in this instance it would surely be interpreted as a hefty hint in moscow's direction on join with more on all this by mark galliotti senior associate fellow at the royal united services institute and author most recently of a short history of russia. Markle start with the big question. Do we know what. Russia's intentions towards ukraine actually are right. Now we certainly don't and to be perfectly honest. That's how moscow wants to keep it whether there's some major military offensive plan his pie unlikely but the key thing is this is very much about bringing pressure to bear on ukraine and in that respect as far as moscow's concerned the more uncertainty the better.
Azure and .NET with Labrina Loving
"We're gonna be talking dot net and the cloud and a very aware as we've regarding the so we're recording this nineteen of november twenty twenty. Don't that five is not very long. It's been out for about a week or two week. Old week-old excellent. I mean the have been the they release candidates but this is like the official as he is here so i'm likely going to end because obviously because of the time cast pop machine whibley. We're recording this in advance of time. So there's likely going to be time. Tony said hey. So when dot net call superseded by don't at five so please bear that in mind everyone who's listening we're regarding this couple months ahead of time but So festival before we talk about anything right. You've set yourself you've been in this this whole this industry for for almost twenty years right to vote for me. I'm you know. That's that's i mean for anyone. That's a long time right. That's that's a whole bunch of innovation that has happened since then like twenty years ago with talking about dot net was like an intranet based technology for inside of the business and now it runs a huge portion of the web. You've got as you. all suppose azure. I'm not sure how. What the official brennan nell right or wrong way okay. So we've got as your as you that that whole thing. And that's that's running dot net presumably or you can ruin your dot net thing on it and and we've gone from like i say we've gone from small web services to scaled micro services and video games and consoles all running dot net. You can never internet on fridge which is just blows my mind. I've gotta got a bunch of raspberry pies somewhere around here that are controlling my bet soon. I just bought a house. So we're excited about you. Know making our whole house smart enabled so i'm excited to start using dot net korir on a bunch of raspberry pies and the you know controlling controlling how long my stepdaughter gets to use the internet. So it's gonna be fun. It's brilliant is one of these technologies the just scales almost everywhere. Are you talked about the raspberry. Pi oko another respite. Pi four hundreds pien inside of a keyboard Is one big folk kit. And i've been using that to do sorts of crazy don net things of the past weekend. I'm teaching roberta. Who's not a developer code with it so it was like. Hey come on what i do. And he's just just the keyboard and while he came over before they Before the unfortuna- say over in the uk. We've had like a lockdown so nobody can go anywhere and so he came over a few days before that and we couldn't get a moment times we staying here for the duration so by the time you're listening to this. Hopefully he's going home. I thought to keep me busy. Teach him to wrestle. Code is totally all right. That's that's fun but then so if we're looking at almost twenty years in the industry what a in your opinion. Some of these innovations that have really changed the game. I mean we talked about chaperone being collaborative bringing everyone together. Dot net clearly has changed a whole bunch of stuff. Is it purely a microsoft thing you thinking or is it just a his aesthetic. I think for me. I i love tech but i also love the people in tack and i think for me. What's with what i've loved. That's change is sort of how we work together. So i remember when i first started in tak started a working for this We built the first installation of of of this insurance company allstate s- Their first online web presence So we built their i kind of web application and bad took hundreds and hundreds of people and it was all these very very very siloed teams. Right there is a huge team of leg database administrators. I have no idea what they did. There is a huge infrastructure team. And i have no idea i i mean i got a chance to like talk to some of them. But there's a huge infrastructure team. There is a huge Devops will be call them the the bill guys but the cuge build than a team and there was all these teams That came together to build this amazing web application but we were all really really really siloed. I felt like and It was such a very everything was so very very very specialized whereas you flash forward today and I feel like the development team and You know infrastructure engineers and Site reliability engineers while there there's different fancy titles for everyone but that teams like shrunk significantly and and and you know we all work really really well together. it's not kind of this like staunchy kind of separation of people it's it's a much more collaborative team. We work much closer together Because i think the tools and technologies have evolved in such a way that everyone can kind of sort of work together much better. So i think that part's been super super exciting. And because of that we were able to get you know it's it's more satisfying you can see applications getting released. You know all the time. I mean you get huge. Companies like netflix. They're releasing features like every day. So it's really exciting to see the pace and end the change of how like software and how technology evolves and then. I also think Just be the the amount of information and of you know how to get Involved in tak It's come to a place where i'm excited that so many people like you're talking about your brother. You're literally decision whom how to code and so literally you know a cup. After lockdown he can apply at microsoft and get a job at burnside. Apply to microsoft. So i i love this. I love this. I love because of i came from. I originally from chicago came from you. Know modest modest family and a lot of people around me or modest living. And so i really loved that technology has started to become a equalizer providing a lot more people opportunities To be able to code be able to change and thereby getting great jobs and then they're thereby kind of really changing their lives so it's not. I love seeing really kind of technology for all encoding for all This whole push for that. That's what's really got me like super excited about this industry now.
Deciding When/If To Have A Baby
"Let's start with writer and journalist nell brazelle. She's the author of the new book. The panic years. This isn't enough to me of my own panic is we asked her to read a passage from it because it sums up so much for those book. She says isn't a guide. Do finding the right partner or how to get pregnant or the best way to raise a child. It's about what happens. When you're heading towards the grownup cutlery and matching sheets have adult life and wondering if you should have a baby if you only want one because you brought up to one or if you've ever been able to have one if you tried is trying to establish a career before you disappear into maternity. Leave is about wanting stability. While your friendship groups splinters into the parents and the not parents. It's not just looking for a boyfriend or girlfriend potential parent for your theoretical child. It's about fertility. Gender inequality and social stigma is about. Why you find yourself doing the panicked math. The diff you meet someone and you date for a year and if it takes two years to get pregnant but if you were to aim for this job if you're period started at thirteen months eggs ran out at forty until suddenly. You're not doing math anymore. But asking something bold and blank and unending who am i and what do i want from life so all of that is take away one. Ask yourself what you really want. Inner book for zell explores the questions. She says that she and many other people especially women have asked themselves while making this crucial life decision. Brazil says you have to start by digging deep into your feelings to be absolutely honest about what you want in. The world is terrifying. Because you open yourself to the disappointment that you're not gonna get it and david men who describes herself as a motherhood clarity mentor and is a licensed marriage and family therapist says that process can leave people feeling muddled as they tried to think and feel their way through. I think the biggest obstacle for everyone no matter their circumstance is that when they're trying figure out what they want with their desire is about becoming a parent and what they're going to do about it at the same time. It creates gridlock in their mind. Now for says working through. That gridlock is uncomfortable but necessary. If you want to see if you admit to someone that you that there is something that is burningly important. You then have to confront the fact that not getting it will make you desperately sad bont without admitting what you want how on earth you ever gonna get it. And how is anyone else ever going to help you achieve.
US panel endorses 3rd vaccine option from J&J
"Ah panel of experts that advises the CDC has given its blessing to a new Corona virus vaccine as NPR's Nell Greenfield boys reports. The move comes one day after the Food and Drug Administration authorized it for emergency use. The vaccine is manufactured by Johnson and Johnson. It's the third vaccine to become available in the U. S. Unlike the others, this is a single shot vaccine. What's more, it's stable in a regular refrigerator and doesn't require a special freezer. The CDC is advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted to recommend using it in people aged 18 and older. Johnson and Johnson is shipping doses already and expects to have 20 million delivered by the end of March. 100 million could come by the end of
Georgia prosecutor investigating Trump's call to Raffensperger
"In addition to the events of january sixth. The article mentioned just one other specific event quote president. Trump's conduct on january six twenty twenty one followed his prior efforts to subvert and obstruct the certification of the results of the twenty twenty presidential election. Those prior efforts included a phone call on january second during which president trump urged the secretary of state of georgia. Brad ravensburger to find enough votes. To overturn georgia presidential election results. President trump threatened secretary burger if he failed to do so. I know that that thing in georgia that little episode of attempted election interference by donald trump has been swallowed up by history already. This phone call was eclipsed by the violent attack on the us capitol just four days later. It's like how the resignation of vice president. Spiro agnew got swallowed up in history because watergate forced the resignation of president nixon right after it and so when i wrote a podcast and wrote a book about spiro. Agnew people are like. Who's that guy. He wouldn't believe what a big scandal that was for a minute until a much bigger scandal eclipsed it and made us all forget the earlier one when really really life changing terrible thing happens. It tends to blot out the memory of other really bad stuff. That might have happened just before this and so it is with this georgia call. But there's a reason that this georgia called this january second phone call is the one other specific event that the author author the impeachment resolution decided to include in their charges against former president trump. Because it's because before the january sixth violent attack on the us capitol members of congress. Were already considering a second impeachment of president trump just for that goal because at that point before island attack on the us capitol. His hour-long phone call to georgia secretary of state pushing and threatening george official to try to get the election results overturned there before the attack on the capital that was president trump's most egregious and blatant act of trying to apparently criminally alter and mess with the election results to try to hold onto power. And he not only did it. It was all on tape. So what are we going to do here. But i only need eleven thousand votes found us. I need eleven thousand. Give me a break for you. Know what they did. And you're not reporting it. That's a that's a criminal. That's a criminal offense and you can't let that happen. That's that's a big risk to you and to ryan you lawyers. That's a big risk is not fair to take it away from us like this and it's got to be very costly in many ways and i think you have to say that you're gonna reexamine it and you can reexamine but reexamine it with people that wanna find answers not people that don't wanna find answers. You can't let it happen and you are letting it happen all you know i mean i'm notifying you. You're letting it happen. So all i wanna do is i just wanna find Eleven thousand seven hundred eighty loads. I want you to find exactly enough votes to declare me the winner of the election in your state. And if you don't that's a big risk to you. I'm notifying you all criminal offense by you say you have reexamined. Didn't i actually one or else. And when president trump made that call on january second four days before the attack on the capital he hit already called. Georgia's governor to pressure him. To overturn the state's election results to trump also personally called a level official in the georgia secretary of state's office. The guy in charge of elections investigations and spent a long time. Personally pressuring that guy to quote find the fraud that would result in overturning. The election results in georgia and declaring trump the winner while president trump was making all of these calls personally the top federal prosecutor in atlanta. Us attorney in atlanta resigns under direct pressure from the trump white house because trump felt and communicated to that the us attorney that he was not doing enough to find that non-existent fraud that would somehow allow the overthrowing of the election results. One of the things that made the series of escalating interventions georgia's election so remarkable. Was that it. It was just also blatantly illegal. Not just impeachable but illegal like go to jail illegal. It is against the law in georgia to solicit someone to commit election fraud state election officials to find you exactly the number of votes you need to turn the election result the other way threatening collections officials that they to change vote counts in your favor or else would surely seem to fall under that statute will now even as donald trump's second impeachment trial unfolds in the us senate and what a spectacle it is and that trial unfolds on an article of impeachment that specifically references trump's threatening call to george a secretary of state while nell a high profile state prosecutor in georgia district attorney the largest county in the state fulton county has now opened a criminal investigation that centers on that phone call district attorney. There has sent this letter to george secretary of state governor lieutenant governor and attorney general extracting them all to preserve any and all records related to the two thousand twenty election quote. This letter is notice that the fulton county district attorney has opened an investigation into attempts to influence the administration of the twenty twenty georgia general election. This investigation includes but is not limited to potential violations of georgia law prohibiting the solicitation of election fraud the making of false statements to state and local governmental bodies conspiracy racketeering violation of oath of office and any involvement in violence or threats related to the elections administration quote. This matter is of high importance. Excuse me the this matter is of high priority. The next fulton county grand jury is due to convene in march. This office will begin requesting grand jury subpoenas as necessary at that time
Haiti's president alleges coup conspiracy, says 20 arrested
"Authorities said. They followed a coup against President You have Nell Muise arresting more than 20 people. President Muise accused him of plotting to kill him. Opposition leaders condemned the arrests and called on Haitians to demonstrate against the government. The president has repeatedly stated his five year term ends in February next year.
Pandemic Advances Scientific Understanding Of Viruses' Air Transmission
"Up, we're taking a look back at some of 20 twenties major events and one of the most remarkable scientific advances this year came in our understanding of how respiratory viruses can be transmitted from one person to another through the air. Krone virus pandemic obviously made this an urgent question. And NPR's Nell Greenfield Boys reports that old scientific ideas quickly got thrown out of the window. For decades. The prevailing idea about respiratory viruses was that some were airborne, and some just weren't so back in January, Thea understanding of how viruses spread through the air. Was really primitive and incorrect. Lindsay Mars, a researcher at Virginia Tech, who studies virus transmission, she says textbooks and research papers said an airborne virus was something like measles. It could be breathed out in tiny particles called aerosols that hang in the air. Those aerosols contractual long distances from room to room. All of that was very different from non airborne viruses like flew in the common cold. Those were thought to spread through coughs and sneezes, big droplets that travel just a few feet. Maher says. This whole simplistic picture was just wrong. There were very small number of people in the world. I think who really understood at that time how viruses spread through the air, and these people realize that the new coronavirus might be airborne at short distances. That is if people talked or saying the virus could be in small particles, as well as the big droplets and coughs and in a poorly ventilated space. These particles could build up as the Corona virus outbreak took off. These experts started making a lot of noise about this and people paid attention. Maher says She thought it would take 30 years for more nuanced ideas about airborne transmission to gain widespread acceptance. But it's happened in months. It's been pretty wild to see airborne transmission of viruses become Big news. Scientific studies came superfast Josh than Tar. Pia is a researcher at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. We're not even 12 months in and We know things about this virus that you know, we don't know about some viruses that we've had around for decades. His medical center took care of some of the first people with Corona virus in the United States. Santo Pia recalls standing at the end of their beds with a device that collected air while they talked or breathed his lab, then analyzed the tiny airborne droplets. Looking for the genetic signature of the Corona virus. We were getting positives more than one positive in the air samples, and I can't say the words that I said But you're kind of broadcast this, but I was shocked signs of the virus were in such tiny particles. He worried that nothing less than the most protective masks could stop it. Soon, though, studies showed that even basic cloth masks were able to reduce the amount of virus that gets out into the air and suddenly mask wearing became routine sent our P A was floored and how ventilation became part of the normal daily conversation. You know how well ventilated is the space shouldn't be spending time inside or outside. You know how much all these things it's changed so much about the way we view the world. The question is, Will this be a lasting change? Donald Milton is a research Teacher at the University of Maryland School of Public Health. He spent years showing how better ventilation in dorms or offices is associated with a lower risk of respiratory disease transmission, he says. We need to figure out engineering solutions to improve the safety of indoor spaces like getting better ventilation, using air filters, even using special lights up by a room ceiling to disinfect circulating air. I want to see us understand how it is that you can make her Restaurant, a safe place to be during flu season and during a pandemic. I think it's doable, but he's afraid that once vaccines get this virus in check, people will lose interest at least until the next pandemic. Nell Greenfield Boys NPR news
Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That's Even Older
"It's chilly across the country today. Highs of just fifty eight in miami and sixteen in minneapolis which makes minnesota colder than an arctic as mcmurdo station but the cold weather doesn't last forever in the twin cities and in antarctica. It does ice their last hundreds of thousands even millions of years and as npr's nell greenfieldboyce reports that makes an arctic the perfect place to find some of the oldest ice in the world. Just how old is the oldest ice. On earth john higgins says. Nobody really knows you know. Would i be surprised at this point. We had five million-year-old is i mean. I'd be surprised. But not it's not unfathomable i think he and some colleagues recently collected ice samples in antarctica. That were later analyzed and shown to be as old as two point six million years. It's beautiful stuff when you pull out. The is it. Essentially as crystal clear accepted filled with tiny bubbles the bubbles contain air from when the ice formed and this trapped air is what scientists are really after higgins says if you want to understand how gases like carbon dioxide have affected the climate throughout history. You know you can't really do better other than getting a time machine and going back in time and taking an air sample then using these ice cores which physically just trap samples of ancient air to release that ancient air. All you have to do is melt the ice. That's the sound of a research camp manager in antarctica making drinking water by melting scraps of two hundred thousand year old ice in a metal pot to actually collect an analyze the release gases however ancient is has to melt in a lab. Sarah shackleton studies old princeton where she gets to watch the trapped air bubble out and that is something that i don't know if i'll ever get sick of watching. It's actually like pretty mesmerizing and one thing. That's released surprising every time to muse. Just how much gas is actually in the ice. She says it's a lot and samples from time. Periods undergoing past climate changes could be used to help make predictions about the future. One of the biggest questions in terms of kind of the modern warming and look anthropogenic. Climate changes helmich warming. Do should we expect with the amount of co two that we have in the atmosphere now. Antarctica has been covered by an ice sheet for at least thirty million years. But it's actually pretty hard to find really old ice. John gooch is a geologist. At the university of minnesota he says while snowfalls constantly add new layers of ice to the top of the ice sheet the oldest layers at the bottom can disappear. That's because of geothermal heat coming up from the ground so the rocks are giving off heat of slowly over time and so that has the potential to melt ice at the bomb. Still bits of super old ice like that two point six million year old sample can sometimes be preserved at the ice sheets edges the older snippets of ice. That we've been able to find come from places where the ice has flowed up against a mountain range and been exposed at the surface in those spots though. The ice can be all jumbled up and messy. It's not nice layers that have been laid down sequentially over a long continuous stretch of earth's history to get a neatly layered ice sample like that. Scientists need to drill straight down through the thick icesheet so far the oldest ice collected that way goes back eight hundred thousand years. Gooch says the goal now is to drill down a couple of miles to reach ice. That's older a million to two million years old whether or not we'll be able to find it at the bottom of the ice sheet where we can recover a relatively simple continuous record. Is i guess. That's the sixty four thousand dollar question at team from china has drilling underway a group from europe. We'll start in november. What everyone wants is i-i samples that cover a key time period about a million years ago. When there was a dramatic shift in the planet cycle of ice ages. Those had been coming every forty thousand years or so but for some reason that pattern ended and it changed to every one hundred thousand years instead unto us working on climate. That's a really big deal. Eric wolf is a climatologist with the university of cambridge in the united kingdom. It's a really big question as to why that change is fundamental tower climates. Work in a way you could say. We don't really understand today's climate. If we don't understand why we live in one hundred thousand year will draw the forty thousand year world. The coronavirus pandemic basically ruins the arctic research season. That would've been happening now but starting next fall researchers will be backed down there searching for really old ice nell greenfieldboyce npr news.
Pompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit Israeli settlement, labels boycotts anti-Semitic
"Secretary of State Pompeo, visiting Israel says the U. S. Will regard the Palestinian led boycott movement is anti Semitic and will cut support to any organization taking part in the movement. BBC is your landed. Nell is in Jerusalem. It follows Mr Pompeo, saying last year that settlements weren't necessarily illegal under international law breaking from decades of U. S foreign policy. Palestinian leaders called the plan a provocation and said it would set a dangerous precedent that already been protests. It's also suggested that Mr Pompeo will go to the Israeli occupied Golan Heights. Which was officially recognized by Washington is part of Israel on his watch, and Pompeo is visited at Israeli West Bank settlement, becoming the first top
"nells" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Know i just i find disheartened and i think it's partly down to the different during the uk and us systems. Which i'm quite interested in in the the. Us sitcoms are often written by tame you'll be brought a lot these things you've been brought in to write an episode or to come in help just punch up other people's script so you're right extra water scripts and other people. Just think that that. I'm very good when there's a deadline and i can write very quickly and i've written was ira sitcom dot had to base next week on my own and it was made a good writer is pretty good about me out for me and also some money so i didn't feel the need to work on but i think that that says think as an uk writers. It's a lot of sitting on your own. Just trying to get stuff done is how much of your life is sitting on your in trying to get stuff done and how much of it is in a room full of people knocking stuff back and forth. You know you. The grass is always greener. So when when you're in a room you think i just wanna be off reading my own thing and when you're running around and you're like oh this would be so much more fun if i were in a room and i actually so i like bouncing between both because it really does make me appreciate what's good about the other situation. I'd be funny funny quite easy to have said you one of the puzzles listening saying it's not writing. I sick only half an hour. Twenty minutes is not is not that heart and people take six months writing episode. And how quickly can you generally riots. Some up and running in a weekend if i have to. Yeah but i talk about in the book how there are three elements to every room there. The people the product and the process so the people is you know who you're working for. What the atmosphere is like. Are you working on with with people who respect you. Who are just nice to hang out with. The processes are the hours long are they is a studio throwing out scripts and then the product is isn't a show you're proud of is it. Is it monk or the simpsons or is it a show like ncis or charmed which people really like but it was not my favorite show i worked on and the truth is when you look at when i went back while writing my book and looked at people product and process. Mo- shows i worked on. Had one i felt. I was lucky when i had to. And there were only two shows. I've ever worked on. Met had all three where i was really happy and proud of all three which were the which twitch to though. Sabrina i'm guessing raina. Yeah when i lost. I happened to very happy. And then murphy brown which real delight and the cast was very professional and interestingly so that was a long time ago that writing room were still all friends rights and it was also the first time i was in a writer's room with other women and it was. It was a forty sixty split. One of one of the executive producers was a woman. And i think it actually made it a more enjoyable experience for everyone batted true. It resembled the real world more than some of these kind of locker room shows. Yeah because i guess some of those rooms have if it gets competitive or sometimes a personality clash can be great for right right in comedy. But i guess if you're bad for a year working on a sitcom come back every week but that personality clash becomes a bit a bit much to bed. The review. But i was always. There's always like the asshole almost always. There's one person who you go. Oh if it weren't for that person this would be so good and they got rid of the all of my one. That was yeah. They took me out and since then. It's been just running. So i did on the movie. That was all about a man who gets promoted and he has to fire a bunch of people and his whole arc is him realizing. When did i become the woman at one. Either men need to realize that. Say that's what my book if you if you're good at your job eventually you do become the ass. Also i suppose i suppose i. I think it doesn't seem to admittedly. I've made no you from reading a book that you've written about yourself but you don't seem to you. You seem to be very grounded and interesting person and i. You don't seem to be the also though you this. This is a little bit of a segue. But you'll understand what got me here. So it's it's hard to write a memoir and certainly when you're a woman and you sort of grow up like nobody wants to hear your voice and i was always kind of the little brown mouse in the corner. It would be hard. And i had days when i'd be like i don't know i am writing this. Does anyone care. And then i would remember that. Christopher hitchens was the same age as me when he wrote his memoir. I bet he never had a moment of self. I never took the second to wonder if people would fascinated with his life and that would propel me forward good well. I'm glad there. Because it's honestly i know it's been a couple of years but it's i would advise everyone to get if you're families people watching this will be if you're a comedy writing. You definitely need it. It's just it's full of good advice. There's some good stuff let's talk about. Get gary shambling show which it like astonishing. I mean this i find it. You basically asked to write a simpsons script you allowed to do. And i know it was early on but that was sort of crazy but you..
A NASA Spacecraft Successfully Touched Down On A Rocky Asteroid
"Down on an asteroid floating some 200 miles away from Earth. NPR's now Greenfield voice reports. The probe also collected a sample of rock and dust. This was NASA's first effort to grab a sample, often asteroid, a space object that's considered to be a kind of pristine relic from the early days of the solar system. As the research team watched Theo Cyrus Rex spacecraft moved towards the rocky surface. Its on on board board systems systems looked looked for for hazardous hazardous obstacles obstacles and and decided decided it it was was safer safer going going in in down after just briefly touching the surface and hopefully grabbing a good sample the spacecraft safely backed away. As more information comes back from the spacecraft in the coming days, researchers will learn how much of the asteroid it nabbed and whether they should have another go at it before the spacecraft returns to Earth. Nell Greenfield Boyce
Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow
"To Pluto's, if you could mail folks back home, a scenic postcard that featured white capped mountains. That's because Pluto's Pluto's thie thie only only place place in in the the solar solar system system other other than than Earth Earth that that is is known known to to have have mountains mountains with with white white peaks. peaks. As As NPR's NPR's group group Nell Nell Greenfield Greenfield voice voice reports. reports. These These mountaintops mountaintops aren't white because of fallen snow. A tourist on Pluto's could take in all the sights that NASA's New Horizons probe discovered five years ago like a big, heart shaped glacier made of frozen nitrogen, methane and carbon monoxide. And just to the west of Pluto's icy heart. There's mountains. Tongi Betrothal is an astronomer at NASA's Ames Research Center, He says thes mountains are made of water ice. Whatever I some pretty is so cold that its hard Just like a rock on Earth. So that's why you can make mountains off. What Ison Pretty. The mountains are about 2.5 miles tall, like the Alps. They're mostly dark brown and red because they're covered in particles from Pluto's Hayes. The peaks, however, are bright white and because they look so much like white capped mountains on earth. Initially, it seemed logical that this this high high altitude altitude first first first call call call call from from from from like like like like on on on on years. years. years. years. But But But But now now now now he he he he and and and and his his his his colleagues colleagues colleagues colleagues say say say say in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal Nature Nature Nature Nature Communications Communications Communications Communications that that that that Pluto's Pluto's Pluto's Pluto's mountaintops mountaintops mountaintops mountaintops got got got got their their their their white white white white in in in in an alien way on earth. Snow collects at mountaintops because at higher altitudes, thie air and ground or colder as a moist wind approaches a mountain it rises up slope, and it could On water condense their two from snow on clouds on top of the mountains on Pluto's. It's completely different. It's not snowing on Tito, he says. They're the atmosphere actually gets warmer at higher altitudes because of heating from the sun. The surface of these water. Ice mountains remains super cold, however, and because these tall mountains peak in a region that's full of methane gas, the methane becomes frost on the cold surface, so you you have have no no formation formation of of clouds. clouds. Onion. Onion. You You have have no no formation formation off. off. I I see see particles particles in in the the atmosphere. atmosphere. Every Every single single kills kills directly directly at at the the surface, surface, he he says. says. Something Something similar similar might might happen happen on on Triton Triton Moon Moon of of Neptune, Neptune, But But Triton Triton is is kind kind of of flat. flat. So So Pluto's Pluto's a a and and earth earth maybe maybe the the on on ly ly spots spots in in the the solar solar system system to enjoy white capped mountain scenery. Nell Greenfield's Boyce NPR news
Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow
"You could mail folks back home, a scenic postcard that featured white capped mountains. That's because Pluto's Pluto's thie thie only only place place in in the the solar solar system system other other than than Earth Earth that that is is known known to to have have mountains mountains with with white white peaks. peaks. As As NPR's NPR's group group Nell Nell Greenfield Greenfield voice voice reports. reports. These These mountaintops mountaintops aren't white because of fallen snow. A tourist on Pluto's could take in all the sights that NASA's New Horizons probe discovered five years ago ago like like a a big, big, heart heart shaped shaped glacier glacier made made of of frozen frozen nitrogen, nitrogen, methane methane and and carbon carbon monoxide. monoxide. And And just just to to the the west west of of Pluto's Pluto's icy icy heart. heart. There's There's mountains. mountains. Tongi Betrothal is an astronomer at NASA's Ames Research Center, He says thes mountains are made of water, ice water, ice, and Peter is so cold that its hard Just like a rock on Earth. So that's why you can make mountains off. What Ison Pretty. The mountains are about 2.5 miles tall, like the Alps. They're mostly dark brown and red because they're covered in particles from Pluto's Hayes. The peaks, however, are bright white and because they look so much like white capped mountains on Earth. Initially, it seemed logical. That's his his high high altitude. altitude. First First call call from from like like on on the the ears. ears. But But now now he he and and his his colleagues colleagues say say in in the the journal journal Nature Nature Communications Communications that that Pluto's Pluto's mountaintops mountaintops got got their their white white in in an alien way on earth. Snow collects at mountaintops because at higher altitudes, thie air and ground or colder as a moist wind approaches a mountain it rises up slope, and it could On water condense their two from snow on clouds on top of the mountains on Pluto's. It's completely different. It's not snowing on Tito, he says. They're the atmosphere actually gets warmer at higher altitudes because of heating from the sun. The surface of these water. Ice mountains remains super cold, however, and because these tall mountains peak in a region that's full of methane gas, the methane becomes frost on the cold surface, so you have no formation of clouds. Onion. You have no information off. I see particles in the atmosphere. Every single kills directly at the surface, he he says. says. Something Something similar similar might might happen happen on on Triton Triton Moon Moon of of Neptune, Neptune, But But Triton Triton is is kind kind of of flat. flat. So So Pluto's Pluto's a a and and earth earth maybe maybe the the on on ly ly spots spots in in the the solar solar system system to enjoy white capped mountain scenery. Nell Greenfield Boyce
Sigma Prime with Mehdi Zerouali
"Hey everyone my name's Matty I'm a CO founder and director of Sigma Prime We are an information security consultancy mostly based out of Australia being hiring a bunch of people all over the world lately. We've been around for about full years providing security assessment services to a lot of blockchain projects working. Almost exclusively lately on. Iridium. Providing security assessment on smart contracts on a lot of protocol. Layer developments. And I guess we are here to talk about Easter 'cause we are also the founders and maintainers of light hops arrest implementation of the. Two point plano specification thanks for having. A real quick. What would you say the? Technical advantage or differentiator lighthouse has over other there to. Invitations. a question question it. We that quite often we because of of the the company we're in information security consultancy we take security very seriously. We'd like to think that we've incorporated security into our development lifecycle very early on. So would like to think that our clients is probably one of the hopefully safest was secure clients out there it's written in Ross Ross is particularly fast. So the focus has also been on the fullness speeds and as I mentioned security So that's probably what differentiates from the rest of the other teams. Get a moment to pitch chill out to private the process of lighthouses. Good nells offended A. that. The approach here is the kind of. Break down the concept of theorem to what's going on and what users can expect so. I'm not exactly sure how I want to do this the the conversations going to naturally evolve I think but like if you had to give the. Highest of high. Level overviews of the transition from ethylene S to. Or just say. Okay. Let's have this. So, F one is the proof of work chain that we all love us and as you all probably know, the plan was always to transition to approve of stay consensus mechanism. So namely. Casper, if g so the research team has been working on this. If your foundation research you had been working on this for the past four, five, six years and mentors have been developing the. Specification, turning it into actual usable software. For the past two and a half years. The main difference as mentioned is the consensus mechanism. So moving away from proof of work, which is a quite a west full way of coming to consensus if you ask me. I know this can be quite polarizing community, but this is basically how Paul my co founder got started on Lighthouse I think ethereal currently uses as much electricity as Costa. Rica, if I'm not mistaken. And we think sigma prime. That is so. Much. Better ways of coming to consensus. And kost perfect is one of them. So super excited about the environmental impact of the transition from steak and this transition will happen gradually. we'll be shipping if to in various phases. So phase zero is the first phase that will be introduced hopefully a few weeks I a couple months. The latest set ladies year is what we're aiming for. and. This introduces consensus change. Right is introduces the proof of stake consensus mechanism Gasparilla Gene, and we essentially call these chain, the beacon chain, and you can see as this orchestrate. That gives the pulse of the network to Valley daters, giving them tasks, rewarding them when they do their job correctly. Penalizing them when they don't etc, etc.. That's phase zero. That's what I guess. All client teams are working on at the moment and. Phase One will hopefully come shortly up and phase one introduces shards, the concept of shod. So Ethier two point Oh will be shotted blockchain meaning that will have. Sixty four sub block changing see them as sort of independent blockchain's that are all linked and tides with each other through five that consensus mechanism in the beacon. Check. So. Once we have that will be effectively using those shards just as dot availability layers we won't. Have State transitions or users of smart contracts or transactions as we are all familiar with in if one that will come in light up so talks about phase one point five, which hopefully will. Get one into each to and have that as a separate dedicated shot. In face to. Will introduce I, guess proper state execution and smart contracts, and this is when will actually have a blockchain usable blockchain developers as we all relative with them when you hear him on. That makes sense.
3 Ways Mindfulness Simplifies Life
"Three ways. Mindfulness simplifies life by Kathryn beard with simply fiercely dot com. A few years ago. I felt massively overwhelmed with life though nothing particularly overwhelming was going on I felt like there was something weighing me down the days seem to merge into each other nells going through the motions of my daily routine without even noticing what I was doing as I searched endlessly on the Internet for ways to make myself feel calmer I came across the likes of Marie Condo light by cocoa and Caroline Rector of unfair easy dot com. All to read these ladies has something in common. They spoke of how minimalism downsizing can greatly improve your life. Those never the type of person to hold onto sentimental stuff is clothes in my closet still at the tags on them because I told myself, I may wear them some day. I had moved around a few times in the previous years in only realized how much stuff I owned when it came time to pack everything up. Once I learned about minimalism I was convinced downsizing would be the answer to all of my problems after all maybe the clutter around me was weighing me down. I immediately started to declutter thing by pared down my belongings and embraced a capsule Wardrobe I dug twenty fifteen the year of less and I felt great about the way my stuff wasn't overwhelming me anymore. Of course, things didn't stay that way forever. There was a part of me that thought I still feel overwhelmed I was convinced that minimalism would make my life feel perfect because it was simple because they are rid of the stuff that didn't bring me joy. I thought instantly feel more joy. The naive. The situation was that I still had a lot of work to do on myself beyond the things I owned though my life looked calmer and clutter free on the outside I'll still overwhelmed and anxious on the inside don't get me wrong. There are so many benefits downsizing but there's also some inner work that needs to take place in order to appreciate. Will we have once we've simplified? Not sure of the exact moment when I learned about the concept of mindfulness. But as soon as I did it changed everything for me, mindfulness means living in the current moment without worrying about the future or the past. Once I understood this concept I recognized that the overwhelming worrying my life, the kind that can be routed by decluttering my stuff was caused because was living in the future. Over the years that I've been living more mindful lifestyle life has felt a little simpler because I know we all dream of simpler and calmer lives I'm sharing. Three ways that mindfulness has helped me live more simply on a deeper level. Mindfulness helps me identify priorities. Mindfulness helps me to clearly see what's important since Guinea started with mindfulness. My head space has become a lot clearer. Mindfulness has helped me to discern between actual problems and ones. They don't really need to worry about I've better identified was important to me because I can think more clearly without getting distracted by outside noise also become more mindful about what I let into mental and physical space have set clear boundaries on what I'm willing to spend time and money on. Mindfulness, helps me making better decisions. Longer feel so torn about whether I should do this or that I've been able to tune into my intuition know what feels right to me rather than going back and forth on decisions like should I buy this or Shatman that party of a better sense of who I am and what I stand for, which means it simpler to make decisions? Mindfulness helps me feel more content with what I already have. Mindfulness has helped me to leave behind the idea that I need new things all the time as someone who used to spend countless hours at the mall and online browsing. I know how exciting it can feel to buy new things. Of course, new things are exciting but have become a lot more content with what I already have in my life because mindfulness encourages me to live in the current moment I spend less time worrying about adding new things into my life and more time enjoying what I already have. If you've been struggling with overwhelming wondering why life doesn't feel quite as simple as you like it to be consider making mindfulness part of your routine living in the moment is a lot easier said than done, but it's definitely worth the effort.
Water, Water, Every Where And Now Scientists Know Where It Came From
"Water is everywhere on Earth the clouds, the rain, the oceans and rivers even our own bodies were all that water originally came from is a bit of a mystery NPR's Nell. Greenfieldboyce reports that scientists may have found the answer inside some rare meteorites the earth formed four and a half billion years ago, compared to other planets in emerged pretty close to the sun there hot temperatures would mean, no water ice no ice to join with the swirling bits of rock and dust that we're running into each other and building up our young planet. That's. A. We do not know exactly were the what on Earth from why we need to find a source of water on Earth Laurette Peony works at a French research lab called CRP PG. She says that source of water could have been farther out in the solar system like maybe icy comments or water rich asteroids that hit the newly formed earth and watered it. This has long been the prevailing view to explain the the of the ocean and of the water engine on she wondered though if water could have been there at the start Sushi and. Some colleagues recently took a close look at a rare kind of meteorite. It doesn't look like anything special. It's like a gray rock, but it's also thought to have formed near the sun and is the same kind of primordial stuff that glommed together to create our planet and it turns out it contains plenty of hydrogen that's an indicator of its ability to contribute water to a planetary mix. In fact, if you built a planet out of this material, you'd have at least several oceans worth of water these findings described in the journal Science made on. Pay Liaise feel really happy I was happy because it makes it nice and simple. She's a planetary scientist at NASA's Johnson. Space Center in Houston Texas who wasn't part of the research team she says this old idea that Earth's water came from the outer solar system would have required something unusual like Jupiter having a little trip through the inner solar system to send water rich asteroids headed our way. So here we just don't need Jupiter. We're told me to do anything weird. We're just grabbed the material that was their form and that's what who are. Still, she says, even if most of the water was there at the beginning comets and such probably did deliver some of Earth's water later on Nell Greenfieldboyce NPR news.
Big Brother: Did Dani buy Janelle’s finale night dress on eBay and wear it on her finale night?
"Me, and then we were like wait that's gotta be what it is and then boom she says it. Maggie I want to ask you about something I haven't had the chance to talk about on the podcast. Are you familiar with the gym nells Finale Dress? Storyline. I was about to bring out by saw it on reddit that Danny had bought journals finale drastic this. Be to talk about is this okay. Melissa. This is okay. I think I I don't okay. So I don't my only issue with it is that I don't know where that information comes from. I know that the dresses looked the same but I don't know if it was exactly Gino's dress like that. She bought from Janelle or that it was like a like look like dress or the same dress brand just did it and wanted to wear. Okay. All right. So this is. that. A listen we're all Danny did not fans here but story is is a little weird. We're treatise, she bought it like from an ebay auction for. Like Gin put her dress up for charity mills baby six finale dress went up for auction measure of his bb six or seven. Do we now doesn't matter? Okay she put her dress up for an auction Danny Denardo bought said dress and then wore the exact same dress to the finale of BB eight. That go this Danny. Talked about this on feeds. I'm not sure if anyone clocked it but I was watching once and she was talking about with. I can't remember who she was talking about it with but she said that she was originally supposed to be cast on big brother six. She made it to finals for that but she was seventeen. So they wouldn't let her on and she was talking about how she was supposed to be on big brother six and then eventually she said like she was super happy. She was I'm Gonna I'm big like because she was too young or whatever. But I have a theory that she's always loved now and when she was on eight, she had the blonde hair I don't know I. Am Looking at the you know crystal ball or whatever. But I think maybe some validity to try to saying that there is some question about whether or not is the if it's the exact address. I'm a little. I there's there's no possible way that she didn't see wearing it and be like I like that dress I want to wear a dress like that at the finale, a tribute or just because I like it or whatever. But like. There's no way. There's no way. What I'm trying to say is there's no way that they just happen to wear the same dress and it was just like crazy. We don't know if it's the literal dress that touch Gino's body burns in life. It's we don't know the single white females situation orbits just like the question. Did it start with I. Okay. I want her dress I want to be now I have to get rid of her now I have to take over your. Okay you find a single white female situation. Replacement so it's married with married. It's different. So it's fine. You can read of each other it's fine. But yeah, it is very interesting. Also, apparently it was it was an all stars not vick brothers six but still. It's the point
"nells" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"Not to know it's okay. It's not GonNa make you less or higher then a person it's not gonNA devalue who you are just because you don't know. And I think. Once people understand that they'll be able to let go that ego that they carry That's all it is and I mentioned ego in an on and off with the podcast in some people when you mention ego, it's like, Oh, I don't have an ego that's your ego saying that because we are not our egos are egos are a part of us and we are it's almost like. Like meditating if you've ever do meditate ever or have tried. One of the things of meditation is like just seeing your thoughts as they come up and not judging them. So like almost seen them like a little cloud and that's a cloud of that I'm not gonNA think about it but I can see that I'm thinking about my almond milk. Okay. I'm thinking about that thing I said five years ago. That's a thought. You don't to go into these clouds and I think that like you have an opportunity to not give that attention to something. Even, I was going back into that new houses. I know what that feeling is because majority of the time I get it when I'm in a podcast I'm like, okay I'm GonNa say something and then it's GonNa lead to this and I forgot where I was going with it. So that's so funny because like I, feel like it's a podcasting problem like Everyone does that especially when you're like you're on a tangent and you think about it and then you really start thinking about it and then it's like well, we we went somewhere with it at least we're there people that have never been on a podcast like it's always like if you're on like a game show or on jeopardy or something like, Oh, I would crush it because I know the answer from my couch and then when you're on the hot seat, you're like, Oh, I can't function at all. It's that pressure I know and knowing that this will last forever on the Internet. Like today I, my soul social media manager needed to film some stuff and she's like, okay actually I'm ready to fill in I'm about to turn around and do my little speech and a Mike. Don't know what to say like. A. Link..
"nells" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"This is a head gum podcast. Be Honest was a great at going outside before quarantine no nine hundred I want to stay in my house, and that includes when it's time to fix things for my car like my wiper blades and that's where.
Gene-Altered Squid Could Be The Next Lab Rats
"Okay Nell. Greenfieldboyce last year, you visited the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole Massachusetts. Tell me about it. What was it like? So it's sort of beautiful location right there on the coast of Massachusetts and you go inside. In you know, they took me to this room full of kind of burgling aquariums everywhere and. All of our exotic animals, the guy giving me, the tour was Brett Grassy and his official title. There is manager of Cephalopod operations. It's amazing title. So we've got our beautiful flamboyant cuttlefish. We've got our straight PAJAMAS, squids. These ones are native to Australia. We've got our octopus church, which is the pygmy zebra octopus, their native to Nicaragua small octopus species that doesn't get much larger than table. A. Table Grape. Nice. Yes. So they're they're looking at all kinds of squid and octopus is to try to find ones that you are easy to take care of that reproduce. quickly, that are going to be good to be sort of like the next lab rat and their work involves everything from the very latest high tech kind of gene editing tools to just like a bucket of rocks sitting on the floor. Why rocks? Well, they use them to make like little habitats in the tanks but they also use them to way down some of the lids. So octopuses are notorious for being able to kind of escape out of their enclosures. I've heard of this in aquariums. Octopus have been known to climb out and wonder around. Yeah, they're clever. You know. So when I visited Bret told me, there were roughly around three thousand cephalopods under their care there. But honestly walking around and looking in the tanks, you can hardly see any because they like to hide in those rocks and you know other little things, little containers. Keepers put in their tanks at one point read opened up this one plastic container and reached into the water and pulled out this little like like terra cotta pot and inside was this California two spot octopus. She's right down in there. Because see her eyeball, fairly see her. Yeah, and so basically, this is a kind of a common Dan either they're gonNA find rocks or. Some sort of basically dark enclosure sometimes. So this was a female octopus sitting on her eggs, and while we were looking at her, she's sort of shot out some water at us. She's of trying to skirt some water here. She thinks that I'm going to give some food or she's just trying to say you know I'm sitting in here taking care of my eggs and You know come back another time so now. Now. If you had a podcast called nell spies and octopus I would listen to it will we would have a lot to talk about because cephalopods are pretty crazy i. mean they have these sophisticated brains, they can solve puzzles, they can change their skin color like an instant. They can re-grow arms, they travel using jet propulsion. I. Mean. Some people have said they are as close to aliens living on Earth as we've got. that. is so cool. Honestly, we do a whole episode just about cephalopods, but I WANNA go back to this research question about using them as model organisms. So why CEPHALOPODS in particular? Well. It's all those odd features that makes them interesting to biologists I. Mean, for example, I mentioned their brains, you know the they're clearly sophisticated problem solvers, but their brains just look completely different from our own like they showed me one in a glass vial that looked almost like a triangle shape and you know there's brains that look like doughnuts that wrap around the Esophagus, you know at the same time, we know that some of their brain chemistry. Chemistry has got to be somewhat similar to ours because there have been experiments at how octopuses react to the drug ecstasy. Right? It seems to make them like little more friendly and cuddly to. So you know it's it's just fascinating to look at these creatures that are on the one hand. So different and on the one hand similar and studying, them could help scientists see what's necessary and what's not for being able to perform you know amazing mental feats. Feats like the ones people can do, and apparently you know some cephalopods seem
It IS ALT Season
"Have been some amazing moves out there and it is well and truly season right now. On. The shots where I guy from I'm looking for the wake league is all the way to the fifteen minute timeframe are what? Made investments recently into verge. I've made investments recently into novels. The known abbreviated version of nells. About an signed now's his novels Molina. And that's only gonNA. Make sense if you are a rugby head especially, if you're Kiwi rugby hit, he's just now tonight looking at the weekly here looking at the weekly on verge on looking to capture these markets in what I understand, which is reading, Chop noted that people have their fundamental views and what and that's fine. I've got no issue with debt if America say it that way I don't see the value in nice fundamental because I don't believe there's enough there may look at that's a kite. So h their own, but I'm on is this just fall on the way to do it? You know what I mean. For mates shots, I'm doing great. This great two-day does it a rocket off with massive moves like banned for example, what an example that is absolutely kicked us. This baynes some monster moves and I just want to make sure that you're you're aware of it and that you're involved in it because man, this is what this market is about. It's about these sorts of things. We are going absolutely. Jets crack is at the moment the it is all season big-time Whether you a looking at your investment. So you're looking at your fundamentally looking at investments I mean, look go back and have a look on the second of. August. Go that can have a look at that little bullish candle on the to date shot on band bitcoin wrought from that point to where it is. Now he's over two hundred and sixteen percent, and that was one simple tried you could've taken. Simple stuff technical analysis people say, Oh, it doesn't work people has that have no idea they're wrong and don't forget base. With paypal. What I mean by this is all been trying to fifteen years ornate come down in the show know what I'm doing been doing this for nearly Longa. Out there on the where of a prophet maybe talk. Nearly everybody I've been doing this long before that doesn't make me better. It doesn't mean that I should be you know. something. Special note at all, it just means it of God experienced God's of work with is of what with. Is the big deal and create their rotten are. To call the exchange of what the New York Stock Exchange tried station CNC markets. I mean, the CNA. Credibility, it leaves here. What I'm saying is for you if you're sitting on the fence in your bid on shoal, stop it. Stop It. I've got that much free content if foyer. But that much stuff saucer that say what you think that you should go fill your boots,
"nells" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In about thirty minutes while Gary are knows dilemma. But it was interesting. Gary Nells dilemma again, centers around eating out all the man does is eat out and go to weddings. He eats out has trouble eating out. He goes to weddings. He has trouble with that he's like a gay maitre d' sterling on Sunday last week to be in Dallas told this terrible joke. What? Horsh. And now this week's terrible joke from Judy in Dallas. What's the joke Judy? My Father's Day, Father's Day because I was left alone. That's all any man wants for Father's Day. They don't want barbecue. Don't wanna play golf that don't wanna do anything stupid. They want to be left alone for an entire day. I was left alone for an entire day. Well that good. Okay. What does that dad buffalo? Mailing. What does it dead buffalo, do what what's what's the dead before? Boy, we leaves. Oh, what does it dad buffalo, tell his boy, when he leaves right? Bye. Theresa WLS Chicago. Welcome to sterling on Sunday. Eight eight eight six eighty. W. A. L. T U. Hello, theresa. Happy Friday say shit. Go ahead. No good. Okay. Radio. Says. Thank you. I. Gap to receive monkeys. The only way to shut them up with the that they came. The music. Then here's some bananas..
"nells" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Hey, hi, Gary care. Do with this current good friends and they're mad. Well, when's the last time you bought them dinner when you when you went out? We always split we. Yeah. So timing is really bad here because the same night that they consist the bankruptcy the time you're not splitting. So you owed them in apology. Get guess. What can you pointed out something that was extremely important that I forgot to tell this story and that was I only legitimately found out about this bankruptcy? Boy, doesn't sound good last night at dinner, and then you're right. I did offer to pay but shouldn't they have the trust in me? Karen, if I'm they've known me for all of these years, that what my intent was was simply pure and good. I know what you're saying, though. Well, I mean. Karen says that you should apologize to the how do you feel? Eight six eight eight nine to five eight eight six eight nine to five eight carry are Nells dilemma he paid for people who were poor and he's been punished for it. I find it beyond bizarre. Gary, but how do you feel my number's eight eight six eight eight nine two five eight eight six Awa LT, and you'll get a chance to guess the mystery. This is what's going on wanting some all five to nine AM. I cannot be the only person taking this right now..
"nells" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sickened. I'm Christopher cruise. Seventy seven W c crafty transit from the seventy seven WABC traffic center. I'm Tim Bono seeing some brake lights here over the triborough bridge on the eastbound side heading over to the Grand Central getting word, but crash such back a couple of minutes right lanes taken out just getting off the tribe. Also travelling in the Bronx, the crash on the Bronx Parkway southbound approaching exit seven also still seeing brake lights on the cross Bronx southbound between the Bruckner change at six down to Sheridan. The major Deegan. Also seeing company southbound between exit nine down to the WB Rams travelling in queens on the belt Parkway westbound approaching exit twenty two accidents been cleared away. They're moving much better. Also, traveling on the Van Dyke southbound at the Jackie Robinson, Seborga news at incense include away. We're still thinking about five to ten minutes of residual volume now traveling in Staten Island on the Staten Island expressway, westbound we have a collision that exit eleven Nells lay down about five to ten minutes. The Verizon bridge he upper level eastbound heading into Brooklyn disabled vehicle right lane is taken out. Watch out for that. Now looking over the Hudson river crossings, George Washington, virgin bound we've an upper level accidents about fifteen minutes on the upper lower deck. No problems on the outbound. George Lincoln's looking good in the Holland is also a delay free ride in New Jersey, a good ride on the Parkway. No complaints on the turnpike. Route three seeing some congestion westbound between broad street and route forty six valley road and Clifton it'll be five to ten minutes. Stop and go volume, I'm Bonomo once Seventy-seven WABC. Now, here's Debra Valentine with your forecast. Now your forecast from the Ramsey Mazda weather center. All.
"nells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"How would you solve Gary are Nells dilemma? Hi floyd. Yeah. Hey, well, I've been in sales for twenty five years and trying to why sales people, and it's always been my my always been my thinking that it's not what you say. It's how you say it, and you should be able to tell someone to go to hell and have them look forward to the trip. If you. And and and chances are he's witnessing. It's not the first time. If you've barris the mother in the store guest is going to get the brunt of it when they get out, of course. But so so you know, what you presented the dare. Do you want to get it get the worst of it afterwards? Because of what happened in the store, and what I said or you try to protect it. But you know, you said something that's so so true Floyd that is that if this is happening here believe me, this ain't the first time this happened. No way Floyd. Thank you so much for the call at eight eight eight six eight eight wwl t we're trying to help Gary knell solve his dilemma, Gary. Why don't you restate your dilemma, okay? My dilemma in short order, I'm in WalMart at the self checkout. Again, I still want that one percent premium for doing that work myself. And a woman is there with her daughter who I think is about seven to eight years old daughter is a little Craik he'll give you that. And the mother is just vocalizing using. Profanity not to excess but using profanity at I don't think is acceptable in a public venue, and she's pulling on the kid's arm and yelling at her come over here. Get all the year get over here right now. Shut up stop saying that get over here right now. And I'm thinking, I can't take this another minute. I have two daughters. I don't believe in spanking kids. I never spanked either one of them they both turned out. Okay. And so I- into scene, and I said to the woman, you know, you're not really I think you're harming this child physically and mentally. So she abruptly looks like she's going to take the wagon. It come at me. She drops her merchandise right there and says and just just really just storms out of the store. Four people in this WalMart, come up to me to into to say to me way to go. I didn't have the the the the testosterone level that you did to reprimand this mother. And then another one says. To me, you know, great job. Maybe help say the kid and the other two said to me, buddy. You gotta learn to mind your own business now either they hit their kids, or how do you tell somebody to mind your own business when you see this kind of trauma on folding in front of your eyes? So was I wrong to get involved. That's my question. Eight eight eight six eight eight W A L T eight eight eight six eight eight nine to fifty eight. I'm Walter m sterling good evening. This is sterling on Sunday. And let me share with you. The fact that no matter how much you love your significant other or your wife your mistress or the gay guy. You got on the side you want to be.
"nells" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"That goes reaction. Oh, he just looked at. What is whatever say. We can't do the agreement. Now when I make an appointment. I go right into my diamond. Boy, you're you're you're lucky, Jerry. That's pretty impressive Denison Virginia. Welcome to sterling on Sunday at eight eight eight six eight eight wwl T Guerrier Nells dilemma welcomed Dennis. Hi. Okay. Hello there. I work in healthcare and. I also go to the doctor. And unfortunately, my doctor is one that will listen to you. As you. Explain what's going on. I noticed divisions within new insurance in new payback message. And the insurance they have to see some many physicians have to see somebody patients in an hour. The break even. And. When they. You find a doctor that will sit and listen to you. It's pretty rare. Dr. Yeah, I'm in there for. Maybe a half an hour, forty five minutes tops. And I don't mind because I know when it's my time, you will sit and listen to me as well and ask questions, but I don't get an hour. Two minutes from him when he comes in. That's the problem that is a problem. Eight eight eight six eight eight wwl t Allen in c-, bring Florida. It's our buddy. Alan welcome to sterling on Sunday. Hello, alan. How you doing long time? No hear it's a little too long. I want you to call more regularly, buddy. Well, you're supposed to call me last week. And he didn't any way I have a solution for your dilemma. Yes. Go ahead. Alan. Well, when you're when you're sitting there you've been in there for half hour, forty five minutes. You lay down on the floor. When the doctor comes out. See you next time as fast as you're there. Solution. You know, you're you're you're theatrical, Gary, why don't you try that Gary Nells dilemma how does he keep his doctor who keeps an hour and a half late. How do you say something to the doctor without losing the relationship with the doctor.
"nells" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Guitars bass drums keyboards, but there's also three female vocalists who have some really pungent harmonies to sing here. Andrew McKenna Lee is one of the guitarist in the band. He is a composer. But he uses to write for what is essentially an electric chamber ensemble. The pass for a rock band. Here's the Nells with. I saw. I.
"nells" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"First of all judge Napolitano lays it out clearly perfectly. If you make a clerical error. That's fine. You'll you'll pay a fine. Everybody does it. But if there's a conspiracy to hide a campaign contribution as David pecker and his attorney and the judge and the prosecution said yesterday there was that's when it becomes a felony. And what about Chris Wallace? My gosh. No, his dad. Mike Wallace would be proud of him. He's tough as hell and again Nells it onto points. It was Donald Trump who when he fired. General flan he fired him because he said he was lying BI. He had to fire him because he was lying to add something else to the conversation. Susan that gets lost in this. Donald Trump was on tape with Michael Cohen. We gotta take this summer. This is in September of two thousand sixteen discussing a plan to pay off the playboy model. Karen, McDougal and Cohen talks about setting up a shell company to do that Trump is heard on the tape saying pay with cash Trump's only defense was that. It was a doctor tape, and what kind of lawyer tapes its client. But he didn't even contest the content of what he said. So this everything we're talking about it's true. And these are the next steps along the road. He's on tape talking about it with Michael Cullen he's on tape. And he's also been on tape for other things that actually as we know access Hollywood tape that did not hurt him among his base what he has to be concerned about now is that those clips that you showed on FOX. And when you start seeing that, nah. Network trying to give a straight response he has to be concerned because not only that other Republican government officials are looking at that other US centers. That's where he has to worry about the cracks. And that's what it's starting to lend itself to so I think that's another reason why the president's hopping out of town for two weeks to be away from all this. So MAC Miller what's likely to happen next? With the stormy Daniels. Mcdougal allegations Trump has historian which really seems kind of overruled by the facts at this point implausible makes the next move. I think the southern district of New York wheel. If you look what's coming next. I think it's hard to see how the Trump organization doesn't get out of this without either pleading guilty to a crime or being indicted. There's an executive at that at that organization who approved the reimbursement of Michael Cohen, which was a fraudulent scheme. They created these fraudulent invoices called legal services. It wasn't. It was illegal corporate contribution. We don't know who that executive was. But I think you could probably soon as one of the children, whoever whoever that is Eric or Don, jR, has their own criminal liability. And I think the problem here for the president is he's now fighting on too many fronts you have his campaign under investigation. You have his foundation under investigation you have his transition his super Pac his White House under investigation. And when you have all that happened. Cross pollination among these investigations where you see a witness who the government flips in one investigation provides incriminating investigation about another track. He saw Mike Flynn who is cooperating as many as three different investigations. Rick gates. His apparently cooperated with the southern district New York prosecutors about their investigation into the into the inaugural fund. So the president the problem he has he has to win all of these. He has to have all of these investigations not find any incriminating evidence. And when you have so many investigations when you have exposure on so many fronts. It leaves that increasingly unlikely as an outcome for him. It really does. And you look at all of the legal challenges he has facing him. And then you look at his legal team or his lack of a legal team. It would take. A strong law firm of five hundred lawyers in private practice to to do cleanup work legal cleanup work in defense work on the thirty forty years of possible fraud that Donald Trump is committed in all of his organizations over the past four decades, and he remains legally unarmed now one of his lawyers who former lawyers seem to trust the most over the past several decades was just on ABC. Michael Cohen, who of course, was sentenced earlier this week decided to end the week by going on good Morning, America..
"nells" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The Saudi don't physically, but he the the terrible disastrous dog Nells campaign as the first World War, and I went to where he served in. The trenches is not in Belgium. It's been quite a journey video one way or another. Did he have a temper at all Andrew? Oh, yes. Absolutely. I did then. Yes, he could be very cool stick. He was an extremely wealthy, man. So he knew how to use his extremely shop on occasion when he felt that people were putting their weight in in the war. He very much. So the second Cowboys I mentioned earlier manichean struggle between good and evil. And if he has a people went putting their way, then they could be tongue-lashed like nothing how effective did he use broadcast to communicate with the people of Britain. Well, you've just heard that wonderful clip. And wishes I say is is tremendously powerful setting twenty Englishman whose as wet and he went on the radio quite a lot. He people cost the France Louis to the United States in fact times, including one broadcast of September, the eleventh nineteen forty which I think will bring shingles down the Snyder of any American to and it's a tremendous power he managed to muster with regards to the radio. He was of course, a public speaker from the moment he entered politics, forty years before the second will break out. And so he was much practice. What would surprise people? The most about Winston Churchill. I think it would actually probably be his his foresights extraordinary capacity as well. To to see the rise of Prussian militarism full the second mobile to warn against it. And the Nazis in a way to very few other people did in politicians in the west and and to do it again. And again and not be in. Anyways. Dissuaded by opinion, polls will say scrapes or anything like that. He had been doses. He had navy raises his speeches. Tiny from him. And then, of course, he also shape. Tremendous suicide off to the second World War when he was the first person to stall in and they say the communists with doing in eastern Europe into denounced that at the Fulton, Missouri speech dynasty, I'm Kirsten speech in March nineteen forty six. He was. Friends with FDR. They were pretty close weren't they? They were yes, they were sort of aristocracy their country, really. And they saw right. Who is a they had a good personal lamb working relationship. Guess had. We not entered the war. Do you think England could have taken the Nazis on by themselves? Well, no, no, absolutely not. But you have to remember by that stage in June nineteen forty one hit having failed to invade Britain because they lost the battle of Britain the type for southern England in June nineteen forty one Hitler unleashed blitzkrieg on Russia and the union into the war and evolve for every five fascinating statistic. This is the second mobile fifty five Germans killed in combat by which I gave means from. From from the I actually on the battlefield four of them died on the eastern front say, so the the the bloodletting it already started is it worth if United States had nothing to the war on the other hand, it would have gone on the very very long time and who's to say which side would have developed nuclear bomb. I was trying to get this. And if if we hadn't had the genius if the British and American scientists working on that project. It's if anyone's guess what would have happened. We'd all be speaking Germany or a German right about now, Andrew well. You might not have because I think you know, you've got to you've got a. Extraordinarily strong economy. And you were building up your military. Foresees as quickly as possible, but some off the having defeated I think he could. This. The Russians and then turned on the United Kingdom, and we wouldn't have had it even just say, I speaking German, but you might well still do you think though that had they developed the atomic bomb that he would have tried to bomb American cities with it? Flown over here. He definitely definitely threatened to. I mean, and has the ratios administration seen London say completely destroyed in the same way that Negga sake or Russia, we destroyed in nineteen forty five it could well forced the Roosevelt administration into some kind of a ignoble accommodation with the with the Nazis. Yes. When he died how much morning was there in England. We're talking now about Winston Churchill. It's a it was a people recognize that it was the end. The end of it in the end diverse in tough. Could've ever of British history. And so just for the man himself who you? Persona fight off finest hour. But also, there was a losses moaning really for an England that had passed with him and Charles to go the French president said now, the trash listed England is no longer a great power. I think lots of people really felt much the same way. So yes, it was a it was extremely emotional moments in in the history of my country. He wasn't emotional person as well. Didn't he cry a lot publicly? In the second World War. He cried more than fifty times fifty times like at speeches and stuff like that. Yes. Yes. And other people speeches and obesity funerals and that and great moving he cried from happiness as well. And. At night when the when the great John Batchelor shape. But is not Mark was funk. He cried he got the hat, and the reason was that he was in his profoundly emotional, man. He was not the kind of buttoned-up English aristocrats if he's agent class background. He was a much more romantic regions. He's got a throwback to an earlier era, and and he will his house on this leave. There are myths that he drank a lot that he was a depressed person. Is that true? No, he did drink laws. Absolutely. Drank drank message me, but he had an ox like constitution for it. There's a office line of one of his friends who said that some Winston couldn't be an alcoholic because no alcoholic drink that much. There's something to that. Because he did that there's any one day in the two thousand one hundred and ninety four days is the second mobile. There's any one day to the people around him. Recognize he was drunk and that new decisions were taken at the things that he was drunk. In fact, they they had this again school meeting. The next morning was the first one hasn't happened. And then when one considers the extraordinary strains and stresses leading country under threat of invasion, usually. Yeah. It's amazing media didn't drink more, frankly. But but he did he he was said that I've taken more with alcohol alcohol is taken out of me. Think is also another very good life. So he lives into depression. Get depressed it all. He I mean, his his life is one of the ups and downs and extraordinary number damage and incredible Levin moments when he was flung down as my terrible moments such as the fall of Singapore with a sort of two broke the dog analysis campaign, but he and he did get depressed. You only go to press in a way that anyone any saying us by those kind of things he was not a natural depressive, chemically, imbalanced, manic depressive, or anything. Was he aware of his public persona that he played this part? Oh, it absolutely as he was fully Titian as well. As a statesman today to his fingertips. So he he he definitely knew that people wanted to see him with a cigar and doing the visas the rest of this and say he played up to that magnificent. We're gonna come back in a moment with you. Andrew Andrew Roberts with us. The book is called Churchill walking with destiny if you are a history. Buff jump on board and make a call. 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"nells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Well, I think the second clue you gave kind of gave it away. You said his sister was a little nuts. And I think it's Hilton. Perez Hilton Paris Hilton is not his sister. Well, it sounded close. It's a good guess, and I appreciate it. And it's a good call your good guy. Thanks for listening to sterling on Sunday. That's not right. But I appreciate it. There's Jack Arkansas listening on K A R N. Do you have a solution for Gary are Nells dilemma, which is he feels guilty about having parked in an expectant mother parking space. I don't think he should feel guilty at all. The few extra steps that. Expected mother would have. Superseded by any extra staff. Take inside the store. Excellent point especially in a big box store. Excellent point. You go into your door. That's that's ten miles a a-walking. No. I didn't hear the call. Is he saying that that the distance between a regular parking spot? That's expected. No, no, no. He had a better. I will tell you what he said. Thank you, very much archaic and listener, thank you very much. What he's saying? Is that whatever whatever this didn't she saves by parking in an expectant mother. Spot is more than overwhelmed by what happens when she gets into the store. Once she gets into the store she's walking for miles in those big box stores. Exactly, you know, you make a good point is I you know, a lot of these stores. Have these handicaps scooter things the plug in you, can I have never ever ever ever ever ever in my life seen a pregnant woman walk into a store plugging the thing plopping to it and drive around because they couldn't get around my theory is if you're at that point in your pregnancy, you got if you have to ride to get around the store, you get no business going out to the store. And so I had my kids in my car. I was saying one day, and they were repulsed by the dad you can't park here. You can't. But you can't park in that spot for expectant mothers. And I'm thinking, yes. I can. Yes. I can so no they don't ride around inside. They walk around there repulsed by the fact that I'm parking there. I think about it for about twenty five seconds. Thirty seconds is wrong. As a woman might have. Problem now, and then I ended up parking there. But I do get some argument for it. So it's crazy, right? So now feel guilty about parking in the expectant now the parking space at the big box stores. Your number's eight eight eight six eight eight W A L T eight eight eight six eight eight nine why do I always have to look have to look at the dial eight eight eight six eight eight nine to five eight this is sterling on Sunday. An official message for Medicare. Open enrollment ends soon. So now's the time to be open minded look at everything like prescription drug plans and Medicare Advantage plans from private insurers why.
"nells" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Decided by a judge or by lawyers not by voters. They're supposed to be. Margo Rubio Nells it here on Florida east completely correct? And yet there's this. There was this effort to discredit him from the very beginning. Like, oh, how could Marco Rubio say such a thing? What do you mean this Broward County office in particular ten the election with Brenda Snipes, the top who by the way, I think I saw earlier today is not willing to rule out a possible political career beyond this. So to me that says that she knows the Democrats are pretty happy with this whole situation at a minimum these irregularities. Leave open the possibility of a Senate seat going for the Democrats that would not have otherwise and a governorship. So, you know, they're they're perfectly happy with her. They're extending this thing out there, adding she's she's adding time to the clock, and that may be all that's necessary that maybe all they need to do. But back to back to Rubio's point. There are all these regularities, and they're the very irregularities that you would need if you were trying to engage in fraud. If you trying to cheat and do shady. Things here. So why is it at all strange for us to sit here and say, well, well, hold on a second. Can't be the way that this goes this is unacceptable. This is in a situation where we can all sit around and say to ourselves. Yeah. You know? So there's a little problem. There are no no excuse me. They have yet to come up with any justification as to why they have not been able or were not able to finish this process at a timely fashion and on top of that. When you look at these areas of discretion that are gonna be open about over count and undercounts or over votes and under votes, rather that just means that you're going to have people, and they're going to be partisan lawyers who are showing up in this whole process and saying we'll I'm argued that's for my side. And I'm gonna argue that's not for the other side, which changes this whole process. This is supposed to be a neutral process. This is not supposed to be oh, I'm going to try to advocate for my side through the process. The votes are cast there are guidelines for how they're cast. The votes are counted. But what the Democrats are doing is trying to confuse things by making it sound like Republicans say don't count. No Republican has on on record. In public that. I am aware of anywhere in the country said don't cast legally don't count rather legally cast ballots. I I don't know of a single person who has done that. I don't know of one not one. But they talk about it. Like that's going on all the time. And they also talk about any election integrity measures any rules and regulations that are in place as somehow. Racist or an effort at voter suppression. And all that all that kind of stuff. I mean, here's the Florida general Pam Bondi on what the law actually is in Florida. For example. Some interesting details here play for Florida law. Expressly an unambiguous -ly states that you must have signature verification. They want to change the law after the ballots have all been cast and go back retroactively and change our law, which is ridiculous and Bill Nelson just needs to take a deep breath and can fade. Yes. Bill Nelson does need to take a deep breath and concede. But you know, what he's not he's not going to. I can assure you he is absolutely not looking to help the process come to a conclusion that would allow the American people to feel confident that the results are the real results. By the way, the media coverage has been fascinating they focused so little on the irregularities and so much more on just as every vote count. Every vote is played. Yes. I mean, they're they're part of the chorus here. They are adopting and have adopted the talking points of the left on this election because they understand there's there's at least a chance here anything other than what they had the first night, which is their candidates losing. They think is a better thing. And that's where you get. That's where you get into all of this partisanship dressed up as journalists, by the way, speaking that. We'll talk more later on the show about this lawsuit from from CNN saying that. You can't pull a Costa's hard Passi. You're not allowed to do that which say is. Pretty pretty remarkable. I mean, I maybe I've heard from the people that I actually respect that. This lawsuit may go against the White House, which just shocks me. I that to me is just crazy. There's just no way, but it's really going to turn on whether or not this is arbitrary because they they have to be able to pull the hard pass of somebody who's a correspond the White House for unruly for out of line behavior. But otherwise, the whole thing turns into a free for all right? So that has to happen then it's all going to be about. Well, is there is there an objective standard? You can apply here for basically is a cost a jackass and is his jackassery and the answer is. Yes. But is his jackassery. So agree GIS that you could say it is not arbitrary to say. All right jackass. No, more of this for you. That's what this will really all turn on play. We want to give you a census to if we're going to look at this through the lens of whether or not it it is an arbitrary decision for the White House to pull a Costa's credentials. Here's what what he sounds like when he's using those credentials place seven, I'm not sure this press conference was ever on the rails as you heard numerous times during this news conference. The president was just not in touch with reality could be different than curiouser. Border security can mean. Agency could be more fencing it doesn't necessarily mean. 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"nells" Discussed on High and Mighty
"This tastes. So kind of intense that it has to be good for his throat combat. You you're like, I don't love the taste. If if you told me compete, you was. Was just like I don't love Capuchin enough to drink it. If it wasn't had no positive benefits. I actually genuinely love the taste of I like to taste of some Capuchins. But I also like everywhere like as bad as fruit chews. I would just drink fruit juice. But I like the way they Feel feel. healthy tongues like barometers different that makes sense. Well, then that's also part of the reason why you fuck in zero in on a bag of chips. That's in your cabinet because we grew up eating so healthy boy when I moved off island. I shouldn't have said that off off island is the way to say it, Doug. This is a safe place hot innate, Pat, pay guys just for the listeners meal is lifted her shirt up his spinning around in circles, like the only seen in Nell that I remember so visually for some reason being like fucking twelve when Nell came on Bubis Jodi foster like who would I think is beautiful and amazingly talented, but as I got older realized almost without sex sexuality. But as Nell oh my God. And it was just like she's like to me is completely devoid of any. I have no attraction towards people could see how cross I just went. When these. I wish people could see heart screaming Nells booms. The first time I was like I can go to fast straw. There's none on the you don't have one minute of chains. That's pretty going to Starbucks. I'm going to save the Cup. Bring it to school. Can I take you home with me during the holidays? Can I go home with you during the summer? Yes..
"nells" Discussed on At Home With...
"But one day that was just an idea and they're probably people listening. You have an idea into thing. How can I ever make that into something. Yes, in my top tip would be to constantly change. So I think the death of all businesses is staying the same. You know, housing this last year has become Nells ING, incredible cosmetics, my mood, and it's all still nails Inc. In my mind, you know, our group is nails ING, but we've gone into Boston body and tech accessories because women's spend as much money on them offering case. Now as they do on that cosmetics am. I think dot constant change is a big old task, but I think it's way you win. And I think that's been not doing the same. You know? And just because last year, so easy just to say, are that Saudi? Let's just do it again. And I think we do that very, very occasionally announcing actually the second time we ever saw that never cells as well as it did the first time. So I think we created a buzz around things. And then I would say, go on a plane or a train with whoever you're employing to work out. If you like them enough that you could stick a three hour train ride. My thing. Here, like for someone who if anyone is completing people don't always take that advice. I've definitely messed it up over the years, but mainly when I'm not sure about someone I say to myself, even I might go if I was stuck on a plane with you, how would I be? And then I immediately go won't be on the plane. And then I know not them. Working with people is a lot of your life and you wouldn't go out for dinner all hang out in the pub with someone that you felt that way with, but you will work with them in an office. I try. I didn't get it right all the time. Jimmy was saying someone who's upset my office recently because someone team hasn't what I went on seven of tennis, good score on this stuff. You can't do better. You can do better than seven out of ten. You can't get it right, ten times ten just impossible long. You do it, but I think that train test. It's my father in law stipulates me years ago us like just go on a plane with them. And I was like, when you imploded, would you actually take a plane. Mishear business much more successful than mine. She just whip the wanna play. He was like, honestly do it in that probation period get yourself on the train or plane with them such a good test. And then I would say China as your business grows try and go back to doing all the stuff you love you guys were saying to before it's made into the student product. I love my product and I would much rather sit in a product meeting. Then I want to sit in a board meeting all day long. I want to in a product meeting so we're ever going on. I will say in product meetings and come to product meetings with my ideas of what I want. I want us to launch, not not just come in there for the sake of it really come in being gauged into it. So I think that's my three..
"nells" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The rankings i mean retire skains was number sixty three for the phillies all right so don't i don't care what they say will get a top ten prospect back wheeler is bona fide major league pitcher right now and his stock is continuing to rise i wouldn't trade 'em nells figaro about the mets right now you know one guy in this very sad season that you have to give credit to give it a cabrera of course but also batista he's got pride you know the guy comes any plays hard he doesn't give away at bats he goes up there and he's i know he doesn't hit for high average but he gets his walks he drives the baseball some at least at least he's got some pride in his game absolutely and i think that's a chip on his shoulder he had from not getting a contract and going to the braves and not getting an opportunity and getting a chance to play it's a bit much for him to play every day but he's not a guy who's going to bow out of the wants to continue to prove that he can play he'd be a nice fit for a contender because they so i think somebody could pick him up not going to give them anything for him but he would actually maybe help a team down the stretch yeah i could definitely see that and i think when you look at the production at he's giving you the last thirty two games he's giving you what you wanted out of it was a nice find in batista i i like everything about the his game he's actually showed that you know ability to walk as well which again when you're a kid and a free swinger he's no longer trying to joe for the downside you know what i'm saying a guy who's hitting hard drives putting the ball in play making good things happen in playing a multitude of positions does it bother you that rosario plays really well for a couple of games gets a couple of triples gets a double hustles make some big plays and then is out of the lineup the next night i believe yeah go ahead did you hear the question about is a bother you that he's out of the lineup after he has a couple of good games like that mike and my humble opinion when a kid is starting to turn the corner a little bit and then you put a challenge like that in front of him of max scherzer i mean all it can do is help him because if he's overmatched okay no problem that's one of the best in the game if he finds a way to do something good you know a couple of hits you know not like max scherzer didn't give out the solo home run i mean chemical lucky took him.
"nells" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Better run to your car fast up that big hill killing me absolutely killing believe me i don't know you know what's great about krueg i don't know what's going to happen at five o'clock we'll probably start out with seventh rounders and free agents sure he might skip ahead you that might be too elementary for him please the ninth pick let's talk free agents you know i i do think i do think there's a chance and i'm not trying to crush the kid or anything because he i think he's going to be a solid player but the niners ninth pick this year is better than solomon thomas was last year pick three roquan smith account nells just the player i mean solomon is going to be fine but is he ever going to be a consistent pro bowler last year's draft wasn't great and they were just a tough spot i mean hell they they did great just a trade back spot i think what i was trying to say is would you rather have let's say with the ninth pick would you rather have a guy that you know is going to be a seven and a half is going to be a seven and a half solomon thomas solid or would you rather have at nine a guy that could be a ten or five take a swing i mean what would you do do you say seven and a half for you.