18 Burst results for "Nine Thousand Hundred"
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"Apparently and they promoted in every network was carrying it and it was all about the court packing idea and is the legislation. We had ed markey from massachusetts. Jerry nadler from new york to. I can possibly come up with to present this thing. What a combo these two are is like. Give me a break. And then jerry. Nadler came up with the line of the century. I'm like please. Oh we're not packing the court and some people will say we're packing. We're not backing. We're unpacking it. And even mean what he was trying to say. Because i said the same thing. What do you mean. You're unpacking it. And then the funny part about it was they went back and they got mackie's stuff from two thousand sixteen where he was hash tagging. Supreme court Market yeah don't change through all that all of these people that want to change it now and add. Yeah make it thirteen. Were originally saying back. You know six seven years ago. Hey no we wanna keep it at nine but what he even stood at the time back then. Same spot where he was in front of the steps of the supreme court they had to side by side thinks he had just different signs years later. That's steroid what a political hack. But what what. I win adler said that i was like what the heck and so i sat and watched he was trying to say. The court was packed by donald trump in his nomination of all those conservative supreme court justices so he packed it. We need to unpack it. Sure jerry can. Americans look at the supreme court and expected to do justice to do equal justice when it has been so severely politically and obviously politically manipulated right adler. Okay say what are you doing now. And then again look. At the last couple of cases the supreme court did not side with donald trump on anything that really affected him in the last year of his presidency didn't work yeah they either voted against him or are they didn't hear it. Is ed markey. We are here today. Because the united states supreme court is broken. It is out of balance And it needs to be fixed. It'll only be fixing the added. Nine thousand hundred four justices all democrat ed or democrat radical. Judges are actually shooting for thirteen. But here's the interesting thing. Do you believe or not. Because nancy pelosi says if it wasn't while they were speaking it was immediately after he says i won't support the bill. We're not going to bring to the floor lever. Yes they do and look at our polling numbers. Yeah you know people people don't th i mean this is what happens you know going back. How many since the beginning of time with president clinton put somebody there and then obama put somebody their just put somebody there. That's what happens in a presidency. It just so happened that either. They died or they resigned during trump's administration. He just got the luck of the draw. Basically that's all it is so eventually and the only problem they have now is. There's nobody that's really really old. Like a ruth bader ginsburg so they know that who's ever. There's going to be there awhile. How old john roberts not old. He's he's one of the young the young guns of the supreme court baseball trading card Clear john it's brenner. Oh that's right. He's the next one. Okay let's i 'cause i know clarence thomas..
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"I think that was user. Hold on two songs. These the ramones performing dated. That is emily the ramones. I wanna be sedated. Derek challenge me do it. Don't all your points. That's not worth snake charmers cares what we're gonna do. We're down to the last question here. Now before i play and it's going to be worth fifty nine thousand hundred and sixty eight point nine. Eight clicked klopp. Click clock trillion points. it's a boy value. That's never been expressed before i. I'm gonna give you a chance to buzz in on something From all the songs you've heard today on our segment of the tv segment. One is a poser. There was a fake in their siblings. Sarah sarah's buzzing in right away now if you get it right you can kick someone out of the game and you buzzed in. And what song do you think was the impostor that actually has no siblings in it. I think it was no doubt no doubt think that your that your final answer. You have heard one on today's game at features no siblings. Is there a penalty for getting it wrong. No you just boyer okay. b fifty. Two's cookie cookie earth wind and fire cool in the game. Those all have siblings the band that has no siblings in it is that you think is made up of a family. There are no ramones in the ramones. It's not even their name is a bunch of dudes who liked the name. Ramon said no idea. Not even their name. They changed their names and made it all up for the band. There are no brothers in the ramones fact. I know damage here. We go final question buzzing when you can do this one. That does actually have siblings. It is a flock of seagulls performance. Seagulls see goals see goals. A flock of seagulls see goals. Yeah performing iran. No it isn t loudly straight from the scoreboard. Paper was torn an early flock of seagulls. Seagulls segel's seagal steven seagal with the u. Seagulls the goal. that's how he pronounced it back in illinois so close to the sea or is it a flock. We got an ocean there michigan. Where does it look. What are you going to say. what's your answer. Run to you. Faulk one to you run to you run to you. I run to you okay. A flock of seagulls. I run to you not even could.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"Know the neuro in is not all the stuff we can look at riley like. There's there've been win studies right. There's a higher concordance of being transgender among identical twins compared to fraternal twins. So it's thought that there's potentially a pretty strong haired ability here. So yes the point is. This literature is far more complicated than she suggests here. And she selectively focusing on some pieces of it in a way that seem to support her general claim and she's ignoring everything else. It's not not that surprising. So myth five. She the fifth fifth myth. I say that she is getting. Is that children with gender. Dis fauria should transition. So so we've been wondering this whole book. Where on earth is deborah so going with all of this In this chapter to use these claims that we've talked about about transgender identities having no biological basis etcetera etcetera to support the point of like undermining gender gender affirmative therapy which she grossly mischaracterizes as pushing transitioning on people who might not benefit from it and moreover she implies strongly that hormone therapy and surgical interventions are being pushed on prepubescent children which is not true and by implies strongly. I mean that. She often references the fact. That children are being encouraged transition earlier and earlier ages but like that term transition is pretty ambiguous right so she. She has some plausible deniability in terms of whether or not. She's distorting anything. When she says this right you could be talking about encouraging. Social transition rightly changing clothes clothing name pronounced et cetera But she is clearly in this chapter trying to instill fear an outrage. At the idea of young children being allowed to choose irreversible medical interventions at very young ages is clearly her point right and this is a really tough topic right. Because i think you the other side of that is it's reversible like both ways sometimes difficult to reverse both ways to like but what about people who are trans who then it's harder to transition after puberty and all that now they're what they're screwed because deborah so didn't think they should be transitioning in the first place. Yeah exactly yeah. it's a it's a very. it's a very tough topic right. And as always like. I think that we should look to the medical and scientific consensus on these issues to figure out what the best course of action is right now so i wanna i wanna i wanna define read a little passage from this lake Very accessible article. That i found that discusses gender affirmative therapy and what it is an. Actually i didn't. I didn't seek it out for this reason but they were actually responding to an editorial that deborah so wrote about this topic but so just so happened. He just so happened to be funny. Yeah so so quote The goal of gender affirmative therapy is not transition contrary to what proponents of rapid onset. Gender dysphoric claim and. I'll come back to that. The goal is to listen to the child and decipher with the help of parents or caregivers. What the child is communicating both about gender identity and gender expression instead of encouraging the child not to be transgender and risking pushing them back into the closet pa- seek to support the child and their parents through the process of exploring gender. They remain with regards to whether the child should be trans or not. Okay and this. This explanation of gender affirmative therapy is consistent with what i read in like academic review articles. That were summering summarizing the current research on this and the best practices and standards of care when it comes to to youth gender so claims that again she's not a fan of jenner gender affirmative therapy and she claims that a different therapeutic approach is more acceptable and supported by evidence and she describes it here so quote the quote unquote therapeutic approach or the quote unquote developmental model allows a child to explore their gender while being open to the possibility that they may grow comfortable in their birth sex. A clinician will seek to understand factors relevant to the child's development including trauma or other psychopathology. And what else is going on. In the child's life that may be leading them to feel this way this final approach which is backed by the scientific literature as the most appropriate course of therapy for these children has instead been denounced by. Experts medical organizers and academic researchers as transphobic conversion therapy and abusive. You know who i believe. The experts medical organizers and academic researchers. Yeah because i mean it doesn't take much reading between the lines here to understand what the goal of the approach that she's describing is right. It's assuming that children who express transgender identity are probably not in fact transgender and the goal of this therapy is indeed to discover the quote unquote real cause of their expressions of generous for you and so this reference to like trauma psychopathology. Perhaps sexual orientation whatever The the idea that these are common causes of gender dysphoric are scientifically discredited claims. Right so yeah. What she's describing is conversion therapy and it's been rightfully denounced as such yet conversion therapy but trying to like. Pr it up to sound better than it is because like she tries to make the way she makes it sound. It sounds like probably what the other thing is like the asleep. The other therapy the correct standard of care you know like as best determined by professionals right now is going to involve the possibility that the person is is. They're not going to say no first order of business is you're not says like that's not that's not how things work is now exactly. No it's again. It's another straw man. This book is yes so many straw man people i. It's so so. Yes so what. She's describing is conversion therapy and i'm not. I'm not just asserting that so that you know one of the the peer reviewed papers that i read on the current best practices for care of transgender youth said quote. The official position of the american academy of pediatrics and the american psychological association are that this approach the referencing the approach that she's talking about him To the care of transgender youth is unethical and harmful. Wow okay let's not do that then. Yeah let's not. let's not do that. She claims So claims that gender affirmative therapy is being embraced too hastily by the scientific and medical communities without sufficient sufficient empirical evidence to support the idea that transgender identities should be affirmed or that the medical interventions to support transitioning or safe. Okay now from everything that i read. The current standard of care is evidence based and it is extraordinarily cautious and measured with regard to medical interventions particularly those that have irreversible effects right. So like you know. It's true that hormone therapy and adolescence. It's very likely to cause irreversible infertility. Nobody is taking those those you know. This costs lightly right and the the implementation of things like puberty blockers right is is specifically designed to introduce like a period where you can more cautious so We should probably summarize a little bit of that rate so In terms of medical transitions rate. From what i've read. It seems like the standard of care. Is that once. The child has started going through puberty. They then introduce hormone blockers or excuse me a puberty blockers right At a at an early stage in puberty and this is essentially done just to buy the child and their parents a little more time to make sure that they're really sure about all this before they go through with less reversible medical procedures. The standard what it takes to go through a transition when when you are a young person right. It's and later on. I assume but i focus mostly on youth. Because that's what she focused on. It is a very very difficult careful process. The standard of care is very high. And she's she's making the case in this chapter that like the like no. They're trying to they're trying to get you know young kids and they're just do all this stuff at once and not even asked them very many questions. She offers a number of anecdotes to support this. But not any actual evidence. It's really it's a it was very. It was very difficult reading this chapter. It's got to say because it's not supportive gash. It's obviously a difficult topic and there's a once again. I don't mind continually bring up the punching bag of ben shapiro because he has nine thousand hundred million times the listeners in money that we have But people like ben shapiro. Want to draw comparison to like you're going to let kids transition. My kid die identified as a dinosaur..
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"Product design hat for a minute and pretend you're just in everyday camera customer. Who's looking for the best looking new bag out there. Do you think that amazon has an advantage. Compared to the brick and mortars because of this phenomenon is harder for someone to see the quality on on an online listing than it is in a brick and mortar. without question. it's harder. There is a totally agree with what you're driving out there but this is the world we live in nap. It's you know it's mostly done online. And so it is incumbent upon us then to create the collateral which signifies the customer. You're not just getting a bag with this. You're buying into the peak design ecosystem in along with it comes it certain aspirational element. You know and like some things are just simply utilitarian. Carry more with it in each customer has a different threshold for win. Wear they want the aspirational product. And when they just need something that gets the job done. Peter based on what you're saying i would not have guessed that you would have come out with this video last week because you sound pretty much i if it was purely. A this. Come from your. Cmo was this purely of sales and marketing tactic. No wasn't a sales and marketing tack. It came from us like we were talking about that this morning. It was it was almost like catharsis right. It's i mean. I'm not to say that it's not illegal or morally corrupt. I mean that. I don't think it's a shot across the bow. I mean it's absolutely like a big old slap to peak design. I mean it's you. Know it both signifies like okay. You guys are important after knock off but it's also like we're gonna be really egregious about it. Well we're gonna fight right. We're going to be agreed about our response and the way that we're going to do that as we're going to take the high road and just pave the road all over your face. So that's That's where the response came by the way. I think there's side business in here somewhere. Because i talked to sellers every day that have the same experience in with your production ability. I think you could start your own youtube channel on sellers who've had their products cop. Maybe your next product could be googly eyes for fun that we've already thought of the wing upscale on that right we're thinking like spring loaded aluminum Really nice aluminum probably a setting to change the amount of light transmission that occurs because those things begin to have some problems there. So so that's that's kind of filariases if we didn't have a very brief thick product road map right. Now we'd probably working on the premium version of googly eyes. Because i'm pretty sure we made them sell out for people who haven't seen the video yet when you watch you'll understand what we're talking about. There are two characters they're and peter is one of them u s. I'm the subordinate who are essentially the amazon basics team in parody and yes at the is my main man joe calendar. He joined the team about a year ago. A documentary filmmaker and one funny son of a gun and really you talked about production value. Yeah we actually do have pretty great in-house production value extremely good but that was less about production value. And that's just about having hired funny people. I do want to point out that. Not only is the trapezoidal. Patch the logo the same but as you point out amazon initially named its bag everyday sling the same exact as the peak design camera bag. I wonder how much of this discussion is about. Policy versus just sheer incompetence. I mean at some point if feels just ham handed what they did versus corrupt. It certainly although if i was trying to knock it off i would probably you know search terms matter in all viagra algorithm stuff and so that's probably why they did that again which i consider like it's super aggressive like i don't operate my business that way we don't we don't not even close to it but i'm also like i'm like other people can choose to do that end. It is literally taking the low road. You know it's a well traffic path. Peter i talked to sellers all the time and by the way i had a chance to talk to any palmer of cnbc. Who who wrote a story. I know i know that she interviewed you. She was the one that told me that the name had been changed and i was like see any. Your work is is making positive. Change in the world here but i talked to sellers every day where a reporter will come to me and they will say. I'm hearing this happening in the cellar community. Can you help me get in contact with the seller. Who's willing to talk on the record about this and you know what nine times out of ten they say. Peter no way. I'm not talking about that. I'm too afraid of having my listings permanently taking down. I'm too afraid of retribution. from amazon. Did that ever cross your mind before you hit the play button on this amazing youtube video slightly. I think that amazon is less vindictive end participants to retribution than people might assume i actually think it's just like all they're trying to do is the whole world automated and so i don't think they have even have this emotional aspect actually called up one of my buddies on the day. It launched who works at amazon. And i was what i what i was relating to him was the story where we had We had a great year and twenty nine thousand hundred with amazon and we actually had an account rep right in. His main job is he was actually helping us. You know like it was nice to have a person to talk to but he was also really trying to get us to sell ads in basically we were doing such good organic growth in like it will buy some ads but we like were the profit margins are at right now and we don't really like to advertise that much and he's just like really think you guys should advertise more and we'd ever did in. He did say this is. This is curious maybe even conspiratorial but on his way out the door he said you guys had an amazing year this year. I don't think it's going to be this easy for you. In twenty twenty. And i don't know like i i dropped that little breadcrumbs here. I don't know what it means. I think that it is I know it's a curious little anecdote. Nice little camera bag. You've got there. It'd be a shame of simpson happy valley. And i don't i don't know if you can connect those dots fairly but certainly if you want to join the ranks conspiracy you can but but to be quite boring about it. I think that it's probably way gorgeous. Algorithm data driven. And you know the problems that we had in twenty twenty which indeed we really did were more related to shipping getting getting products in there but there was a global pandemic. And i think that i i think that the by far and away. The most innovative part of amazon is their logistics right. It's like the digital stuff. I'm mildly impressed by. It is the fact that prime shipping is now usually one day right in and they saw the writing on the wall and they worked super hard on that tooth and nail in order to make that thing a reality and i would be a lot less pumped about that if they hadn't been one of the early movers to go to fifteen dollars an hour and i actually think amazon's capacity or the bigger. You are.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Think might is solid. it's churton. Stupid lounges a little too long. Yeah cheap funds that are literally like a minute and twelve seconds long but yeah nine in old but then but then on the flip side of all of the things. I just said i'll only got forgotten about talking shit about a pretty sunset. You talking about a build. I mean that that altro is is like an alzheimer for me. You think of any tv or movie from nineteen ninety six that just feds in. That's nine thousand hundred s but then on the flip side of all of the positives. I just said about this album. There's had south rough. Ohio is one of the worst. How and excuse me mechanical. How about argan. No hard on like i. Just that is why. I do understand having out on this low because it is. There are songs that there is no other word to describe them. Besides grading there are grading songs on his album. And that what you want as listener for the most part you have to earn a very specific moon for that and it's not the mood that the majority of this album puts you in so that it's it's tough in that way but i think that the overall the heights that are reached on this as a long drive put it higher for me higher than building nothing or higher still on a little higher still personal. I would definitely say Nominated building nothing. So that's that's what i put next. But yeah there's there's one other album put below. This is a laundry. Oh okay say that in the that sense. How are we were ready for that. I mean 'cause i wouldn't put it for number six rolling. It was gonna get really. It's all getting uglier though like completely especially because there's a little bit of a gradient here which is really at the time where these albums came out so late tearing when you said there was a very formative album and baba wa is not the same one that it was for you. I'm excited to hear now. Warn than ever well i mean we all sorts of think that building nothing false in the lower still lovely getting to a point where the albums that we have left are all love. David strong view. So this is i mean. Yeah i mean let's building that thing. Nothing next okay. If you wanna do the i personally. I would probably be more of a drive person next but for the sake taras. I'm personally fine with me. I i i don't i don't think my other choices going to be lower for you guys do. This is a long drive below building out of although that's not gonna turn was found as she wants because we built low building sexless. Put the baby to bed. Let's go ahead and do that for the sake of the decide. Yeah so let's i. Nine eight hundred seventy seven three tells number six billion something melting talk about this a long drive but terron has another one. Who would maybe put down there. So what i would put next. I'm like nervous is good news for people who love bad news. Plus you fuck you so hard. I absolutely fucked. Nobody's talk about your I think the record. They were sorted very close to each other. They had their contractors and then seen as that came out they have separate not broken up for the rest of their no longer. So i think the will that large is inferior version of float on. And it's too long of an intro. Usually when the world at large comes on just to skip to the next track because it's important structure and it's more complex. And i think it's stronger. It's almost the same listening experience to me Ocean breeze salty alzheimer. Absolutely for sure. And i think oh good times killing me of course is is a fantastic closer for this record. How visibly thousand now. Who's gonna be more on now. I think besides that the the songs on this record.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Thank. Chris boyer gets the same question. He cannot give me the same answer as you even if he knows you gave me the right answer. He's got to make something that ever have. Have you ever heard the team. Give an answer. And you said that's the right answer. Yeah yes they actually have managed to fail up. Very rarely has happened. We'll see we'll see what happens tonight. Chris porter is gonna have to a different answer. Then it'll be up to christian. Who if he can get his mind off his upcoming birthday. Tell me which one gave me the right answer that the team was it or was it in fact neither what's playing for. Today is playing for a gift card to seaport. What's going on there. They have many of your favorite realtors retailers restaurant. All in one place is so pretty. And you can come you to report village for all the realtors real taylor's real taylor's also you can get your suit grass and retailer and buy a house start off. Charges made allegations seaport. Good luck. good luck to everybody here on this question about the news media october sixteen nineteen ninety-seven this appeared for the very first time on the front page of the new york times october sixteenth. Nine thousand hundred ninety seven. This appear for the first very first time on the front page of the new york times soil dress of some sort. Emily and like the monica lewinsky era is that is that the right timing does it. Ninety seven right. Sounds about outright. What about a full photo on the front page instead of tax. Write a photo of so. What's what's that emily. I didn't i. Didn't i couldn't sorry speaking through a mask. I just worry about getting specific. Have they ever done a full page front page photo. Instead of word presidential scandal on the front page maybe it was the first one. Could you ask the question again. Sir have you guys seen by the way the mean of markle meghan markle in the dress. She's sitting on the patio with oprah and she goes. I want to thank monica lewinsky for loaning me this dress. I never been noticed. Black dress into the shoulder is just have you seen notice it. It looks like it. Looks like it's hilarious here. We go chase october. Sixteen nineteen ninety seven. This appeared for the very first time on the front page of the new york. Times a human soil dress picture of a soil dress. Anything else so monarchists. Dress monica's blue dress. Lord blurred teens very first time. He's born address final. Answer your.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty
"I've been practicing this in my life unconsciously for years of noticed that whether it was my mother cooking for me on my father or whether it was my sister or my wife or a friend i would always always appreciate my gratitude for the work that went into it. I've never been a cook. And i find it very difficult so i really realize how much effort goes into cooking just thanking someone for the f. time that put in even if it's interacting the way they interact with your children the way that person comes home from work in a positive mood whatever it may be just noticed. Sta and be specific. I often talk about the importance of being specific when it comes to gratitude and signs backs that up in an analysis of nine thousand hundred different studies on gratitude researchers found that when someone expressed gratitude about something specific instead of something more general the person they expressed their gratitude to was more likely to pay it forward to go out and make a contribution to the world at large. It's great to tell someone. I love you or i appreciate you. But if you're really specific your words or more impactful and memorable they also help you learn what words and actions your partner values most so when you do your little thing when you have your focus minute together say something like i really appreciate how you read books to the kids late at night so i could go to bed a little earlier. Thank you or. I'm grateful that you took the car for an oil change so i could take that zoom call. That was really helpful. And i like that. You're such a great teammate. In that way. Or i just want to tell you that the sweater you're wearing really shows off your eyes and then one of my favorite features of yours. Hey creating a new routine. Even a simple one can be hard. Science shows that when we link a new routine to something we already do. It's easy to maintain so try linking. You're focused minute to something you already do. And they already do. Maybe you do it when you're drinking your coffee or tea.
Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions
"Now president biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic one of the first things. He did after his inauguration. Yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the keystone excel pipeline that pipeline would transported crude oil from alberta to the texas gulf coast would have entered the us in montana from their yellowstone. Public radio's kayla roche reports on the mixed reaction to the cancellation tribes and environmental groups. Here and in other states the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the keystone excel pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective buffalo defense. Roughly ten for pet tribal members protested in northern montana. They lined up with their hands held up fists and repeated a lakota phrase. That's become slogan. For the movement against pipelines like the dakota access pipeline keystone excel. Johnny were drawing. Water is life. The canadian company behind keystone xl tc energy operates a pipeline which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in south dakota and twenty seventeen and in north dakota in nine thousand hundred activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water-quality bricks tribal land treaties and pipeline. Construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald trump granted canadian developer energy in two thousand nineteen puts a heart stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was fort belknap indian community council president. Andy work a member of the onny tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy. And i'm really thankful in south dakota the rosebud sioux tribal government. Join fort belknap. In suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud sioux president rodney bordeaux was busy coordinating cove nineteen vaccinations. When he heard biden cancelled. The permit agreed victory. Hopefully that's the end of it but will continue to fight it we're gonna watch it but pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of ten years of work. Tc energy which declined to comment for the story. Released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancellation yesterday and said it. Suspending further activity on the pipeline county commissioners in rural northeastern montana where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue which the state estimated at sixty three million dollars. A year extremely disappointed mary. Armstrong a commissioner in montana's valley county where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place in Perfectly compatible with us montana. Republicans strongly criticized by an institution. But keep an excel has also been supported by democrats here. Including former governor steve bullock and senator jon tester yesterday tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline but with conditions he had encouraged the biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision while the pipeline from alberta looks dead for now the premier of that province jason kenney yesterday pushed for consequences the canadian province of alberta invest in one point. Five billion dollars in the project in a statement. Yesterday kenny culver biden and prime minister justin trudeau to discuss the decision. However the us government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of canada impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interest canadian prime minister justin trudeau in a statement expressed. Disappointment invite is decision but acknowledged biden's choice to fulfil a promise. He made during his campaign run
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A wacky weekend or something. A lot of was my impression is I was all over the map this week. And I was in. I was out. I was far away. I was close. Paulie, MAC, U2. it away Kamiar stay faraway, so close just got there before I do. But it seemed like went to the leader. It is it's kind of moody there. Yeah. Anytime I went to the league this weekend mardi was on the amount of through this Saturday. So sad. That includes I was I was in camping John. Was going to get you're coming into tents at four in the morning. Marty was on you know, I was like I was on a night hike at midnight. Marty was on over in my corner of the universe Saturday. We're like trying to digest the difficult warrior loss. And you know, the aftermath of that is what it is. And then I'm like scurrying around in the kitchen, I go, you know, what I'm going to throw on some leader. And see if we got any kind of post game dubs conversation going maybe some phone calls a comment here. And there I got Laurie you gotta learn through hours after the game hours after the game. Now the warrior game is in the books. I'm going to get just a just like a murmur of warrior discussion. I got mardi breaking down red red legs red legs the red legs. Eric Dietrich's paying tribute to the sexy eighteen seventy and feel dude. A Puffer mcgettigan. Also wear his shirt, Dan. What's up Marty? Big love apartment you. No, no, no key in peel today today. However, can I get an honor? Yeah. Yeah. Of the giants trailing four to nothing with some ordure on the hill. Looking back from a judgment and the new giants of may twenty nine thousand hundred keeping their nose to the grindstone hitting a couple of bombs giant six Cincinnati Reds five.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"One seven t the return from injury wasn't as fruitful for Kevin love back from toe surgery. Loved this fifty games for the Cavaliers he played six and a half finished Friday against Washington. Four points. Wizards got the wind one nine thousand hundred six debut category. Tobias Harris with fourteen point eight four Sixers take care of the nuggets by seven the Knicks lose again straight loss. One twenty to one zero three to the pistons knocked off Brooklyn one twenty five one. Oh, six Lauri Markkanen with thirty one points out. There was only one game in the NHL is Friday night. Peter Razzaq at twenty seven save for Carolina against the Rangers. Besides that this is all he needed. Resets it back for Jacob Slaven. Outstanding in this game down through the middle with steam near wing, Mana, Lenin. Spreaker thirteen seventeen left in the third Carolina with a one nothing lead. Carolina got a couple of more the caller ninety nine nine a fan ESPN and Raleigh is the hurricanes. The Rangers free nothing college football. Former Georgia quarterback Justin feels ruled immediately eligible by the NC double A's transferred to Ohio State, and he's got three years left eligibilities. The buckeyes coming up Monday. We'll rewind all the action from the weekend like Virginia rockets, thunder and professional.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A pieces as much as possible. I've survived it. I'm still here. And those of you who have. Had problems in the past are now gone and your life begins to move the way it should be. I just wrote something before I speak about this. I I have a picture. It was a picture not a photograph. But it was you'll see it. When you go to Facebook is Billy Jack. It's a painting, and it's my face. And I wonder just read something to you for young people. If you don't mind, I will be nine thousand hundred years old, April second, and I wish to share with you about myself without becoming braggadocious. It is. I have never lost. A font since obviously little boy all the way to this very moment. I just want to stop here. Now do the ad lib. I've been in the military. I have been to South Africa before the revolution. Was there? I've been around the America forty four states..
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud
"It's doesn't work we really held up funny aspects of selves as being important in the industry. And I think you know, the burst competitions that a lot of good. And they also did a lot of damage in the same way. Right. Like, we really like the right thing to do as a burst of the thing. That will make you a famous versa is to talk endlessly about the providence of your product. And how Kathleen have made it to these people that is that is the best of all craft onstage. That's what we said. Right. Let you should be a little data fact sheet Rita, and then and then tell them how you made that coffee and really really tell them how it's going to taste like really get into an just give them all the details. Right. I always Brits competition was fun. That was a game basically coffee making right? But it wasn't about. It wasn't about finding the best of our industry and holding it up a left, we turned winners into masses, and that I think mostly worked, but but we also held up a really weird aspect to burst culture and said, this is it this is this is how to talk about coffee, right? And that then we people do it and cafes. And people were like, this is really not what I'm here for my this is I just would like coffee to go. Now, probably never come back. List? Let's people are weird. Okay. I just don't care even for me. And I can process these terms, you know, I know exactly what people are saying. I don't care. I want someone to give me coffee if I think the copies interesting enough or if I'm intrigued enough by it. I'll go back and ask like, hey, what was that? Right. Let's talk about this. And then I can engage on my terms and not just be pummeled by these things, which I don't understand briefs competitions. Are there the law? That's a whole different. It's a whole weird thing. It's a whole it's a whole weird thing. And I mean, I think I stopped engaging in them because they stopped representing the things that I hold did. I held like the most dear about the coffee industry, or what could what does it mean to be a coffee professional? What does it mean to be an amazing barista, and I just wasn't feeling it anymore. I wasn't feeling like that. This is the model that we need like visit isn't the person that we need to put up on the pedestal which is interesting because I benefited a lot from that for show in the past and I- knowledge that and I had a great deal of fun doing it. Like, it was it was read like you. You don't go that far in those things just doing it casually? It's a lot of work. So just like man, I don't think I can I don't think I can do it anymore. But then the challenge is to to create that to like, what is something that people can look forward to that they can build the next part of their journey. The on then X aspect of their career. And I think now I'm just talking about myself. But that's for me. What makes things like YouTube? So interesting that make the podcast so interesting because you can engage in other things that aren't just like, let me tell you about nine thousand hundred meters above sea level, right? This is you know, screen dried Yellowbird, bone, whatever. Right. And I'm wondering for you. If there's. The guy said you've been writing for coffee for so long now making videos for so long. What what keeps you going like, what motivates you to continually do more? Who? I think I like a number of us half a sickness like is entirely healthy the to kind of I like making stuff that's one part of it. Like, I like I like making things I'm satisfied by making things with the digital physical. Sometimes. Yeah. I I think creative work is very important. And it's it's the most satisfying where he can do credit book. I think for me. Anyway, that's true. And that's definitely a part of it. I really enjoy. Enjoying gauging the community because an a good community information flows both ways, right? And so there's a part of my brain that just wants more Mo-mo all feed me feed me feed me and an having community that your direct with that definitely happens..
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The trunk of my nine thousand hundred seventy five Buick century with the leaky engine. A rake buying a constant supply of pain relieving gel for tooth with a bad nerve, another rake pain half my bills every other month in order to afford groceries. Another rake. There are two things that tie all three of these examples together, the first is that there are actual events that occurred in my twenty s while I was broke college student living in Chicago. But that's another sermon the seconds and the one that's important for today. They were all temporary solutions for ongoing problems. You see it just seemed easier to keep a case of motor oil in my trunk instead of finding the money to fix the leaky engine the same with the tooth with the bad nerve and pain half of my bills every other month. Well, that's really what it is to be broke and young. But none of these solutions could go on forever. None of these rakes would last. The old men with rakes that I told you about remind me more than my attempt to survive my twenties. They remind me of the priests spoken about in the book of Hebrews and referenced in our texts for today. The priests are like the men on the shore they're faced with a similar overwhelming situation. They to have an ongoing problem for which they only had a temporary solution. A problem not with seaweed, but a problem with sin. Hebrews chapter ten one through four says for since the law has but a shadow of the good things to come. Instead of the true form of these realities. It can never by the same sacrifices that are continually offered every year make perfect those who draw near otherwise would they not have ceased to be offered since the worshippers having been cleansed would no longer have any consciousness of sin, but in these sacrifices there is a reminder of sins every year for it is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to take away sins. Like, the rakes of old men the sacrifices of the priests were only a temporary solution for the ever accumulating pile of sin and the resulting separation from God. They simply couldn't rake fast enough. Like the old men..
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"By Alan Somers. This is talk radio six eighty WCBS. It's time now for the garden club. Here's your host. Alan somers. Hello and good morning. And let's talk gardening. I have open lines for one hundred ninety hundred sixty six eighty one eight hundred nine thousand hundred six six eighty first before we get a special announcement. Now, this is in advance announcement because. My operation, and I don't want the slips the cracks November temp Saturday, the Maryland orchid society is having an orchid auction and sale. Hundreds of walks of orchids in bud and bloom. Depre-? Pre priced egg instant action plans to free admission free registration where is it knights of Columbus hall, ten ten Frederick road. Caitlyn's ville. Previewed eleven auction starts at twelve and runs till four. They have a four hour auction. Make going to have to have a lot of plants. If they got a fast auction near anyway. And I understand they're going to have a few non orchid house plants there. Also a few. Anyway. Again next week. If you didn't get all that this week. Let's go to cherry hill. New jersey. Good morning, gray. Ray you with us. Hello there. Good. Variegated? Plan and as the new growth coming out on them isn't Farah gated. I was wondering if that's unusual problem. Well, the new growth green growth a takeover. Yes. Yeah. So what you gotta give if you want to keep them berry gated. You've got to cut off all the green growth. The flower color will be the same when they're in bloom. You won't notice the different and yes, most variegate Zale us are very much prone to that happening. So so any new growth on it wouldn't be variegated? No, usually. The new growth is variegated. Oh, okay. Most of it is. But if you get a branch that's green because it has more chlorophyll it tends to take over. So occasionally, you'll get a green branch on variegated plants. You'll get a.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on WIND 560 AM
"Center i'm ken griffin balanceofnature traffic center on the slow inbound golf to found though is okay on the kennedy thirtyseven o'hare to downtown about thirty to back out to the airport the eisenhower about thirty seven from free due the post office twenty four from mannheim and pretty sick back to three ninety freedom mannheim stevenson thirty seventy the way from three fifty five for lakeshore drive on the dan ryan you twentyfive in seventeen about seventy nine thousand hundred because the crash if the seven looks good the bishop ford is slow inbound to the dan ryan the lakeshore drive your pockets through grand park and pretty heavy in both directions right around chicago the tollways reagan still heavy here westbound between the eisenhower and york toll plaza because of an earlier crash out there everything else pretty good am five sixty weather chance of rain high fifty three currently forty seven next update and fifteen minutes on am sixty leander five sixty the answer information from empowered investing must be heard in conjunction with important disclosures at the end of this show same disclosure can be read online at arlington dash capital dot com slash radio disclosures past performances no guarantee of future results call arlington capital at eight five five four seven one fifty seven ninety six for a pass review now back to empowered investing with the creator of that proactive asset allocation strategy joe lopresti on this segment i wanna talk about how you can identify potential market trends and turning points and isolate potential market leaders in our opinion if you have the right tools and the right.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on WGTK
"Now why is it only forty eight percent because a lot of those married different sex couples are empty nesters there are people who don't have kids at home here's here's another bit i think is kind of interesting is the median adjusted gross household income for gay male couples it's higher than for female female couples and much higher than opposite sex couples in other words far from being an oppressed group gay married male male to male couples in particularly the median income is one hundred nine thousand hundred ten thousand actually and for married opposite sex couples it's eighty thousand so interesting to me now what do i take away from this i'd take away this it's basically when you look back at the battle royal over gay marriage and it was a state after state and at first they were like thirty different states that voted to preserve traditional marriage is marriage between one man one woman and then there were four victories in the other way where states voted usually very closely here in washington was one percent and were they voted to redefine marriage and on both sides the rhetoric was very very superheated in other words it's going to change the world if we redefine marriage is going to change everything i said that i believed it i can acknowledge i think i was wrong and i do think that people on the other side should acknowledge that it's wrong in other words the other side said this is going to change everything and suddenly it's going to be a whole new world and everything will be happier for all gay people and they'll be greater acceptance i understand that for some gay couples that this has made a difference and okay more power to them but the idea of this completely altering america which we had feared and some people had hoped can we say that the rhetoric on both sides was probably super heated speaking of superheated rhetoric ben sasse just moments ago my favorite senator certainly one of my favorites senators senator from nebraska spoke on the.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"As jihad john you legal affairs committee i was approached by the front you do sheeran who request of the lifting of the amenities though the request was approved another volvi taken the entire you parliament finalized emotion i mean it is fully revolt depend could face you're ready a fine of seventy five thousand euros dirk in the waning moments of the show how much what's seventy five thousand euros in dollars to renaud to recover earlier and here we go up to three years in prison and the and the charge pablo should and violent images so here's a lady who says hey i love my country i don't want my fellow french fronts ruined frenchwoman whatever bring be headed islamic states evolve i'll look what what they do and she could face seventy five thousand you're a fine sure she's got the money but three years in prison i that's got to get on the way of her running for president now off and that's by design oak at seventy nine thousand hundred thirty six dollars and twenty five cents so that's which is going to be fine if if they are successful in this vaulted you're going to have this is disgusting gary it's the deep machine pretty machine what were striking an trying to take down heard is taking you know one of the warriors of stew's coming out of reluctant about this from come back tomorrow resistance is not.
"nine thousand hundred" Discussed on KQED Radio
"My wife to watch their share a would and i we were writing about that problem of girls drop having to drop out of school in china because their parents because their parents to one invested daughters education we i chose is the poster tile this phenomena is incredibly brilliant girl in who they province italian now attends die nineteen you and she was it right this kid is go ahead drop out it's great one of thirteen dollars we wrote an article about it called a drop in the pocket totally dropping rockets and because we ran her picture three com spots frente to the new york times everybody wanted help where we were then to lose with it i just nineteen ninety so it wasn't you have wasn't emails but it was with may all in and and checks for thirteen dollars metres readers are incredibly generous yeah thirteen dollar commenced but i am i'm it's there's nothing we also got a wire transfer of one reader in new york for ten thousand dollars in which it all this money down to the schoolwork had to deal were a bye that many would be used to keep girls in school in this one little village so that if they can make a great they could be wouldn't have to pay school threes could stay and as long as they could make it and then called of the down early ten thousand dollars and told him that he had this transforma did impact and he he said at ten thousand dollars i only send a hundred dollars it turns out that the bank had made a it had little trouble with a definite point it you know i just deliver this monday night in net i call that i called of the bank it's an bucks a month in as well they were they were gonna helpful because i just i was very blind eye laid out the problem mike slated make this mistake there probably gonna corrected and a month into the quarter and i let's look that i ways so we're not a follow up article and each yeah he's pretty amazing they said you know what on the record yeah we won't ass with at nine hundred and nine thousand hundred dollars that will make it again and while nine yeah.