30 Burst results for "Noam"

"noam" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

06:59 min | 21 hrs ago

"noam" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Assault on human dignity. Jim writes that was a very standard positions time. This infect the slogan of the republican party which later wage labor with a which slavery is no different from slavery except that it's temporary ram lincoln an affect us. The whole classical liberal tradition is way back to the greeks and the romans us modern idea that having a job as an that. The tradition probably right. The people don't want to be subject to masters care with a masters or the central committee or the corporate sector. That's against about human nature demonstrated today. Yeah it's a really good point. I'm trying to think a lot about the modern day. You know the social justice movements were seeing today with black lives matter and there is. I don't know if you're familiar with the term woke woke me. Some people criticize woke me and then I'm trying to think you know. Do you ever hear anything from some of the arguments coming from somewhat call woke sort of denying a human nature and and you because a lot of them really are big fans of coke you know do you ever even criticize criticisms of maybe some of the Methods used in modern day social justice movements. That have moved us away from the classical liberal sort of ideal. Well i think they don't understand the classical liberal ideal regard. The classical liberal ideal is modern capitalist very far they do and even sometimes may be viewed as modern-day conservatism what modern day conservatism in. My view is extremely authoritarianism. Both the -tarian the united states is a trashes as the most extreme form of ordination to power. It's just word nation to private power. The season worse than sport nation to the state s. You're like if you have a job in a factory. So let alone on amazon warehouse. A you're under for most of your waking life you're under the kind of controlled stolen could not dreamt of stolen. Couldn't tell you that at three o'clock in the afternoon you of five nurse or the bathroom and you gotta wear these clothes. Not some other fluids. This s siesta. Take when you're moving from here there people at little onum assembly line which is control. The no dictator could even dream of or a person working at a cash register. Just totally turned totally an automaton under total control of authority. That's an extreme form of thorough tehran. Control we know one of those dog question. H-have and nineteen fifty is that this is a good thing as i say the early industrial revolution this was regarded as totally intolerable old on basic human rights. Now it's considered the highest thing in life. Good a job flipping hamburgers. Not that's so what you're saying about. There's no there's a lot of people and many others say there's no human nature yes that's first of all since sanity. It's like saying we're no different from cats amid this insane. You of course there's a human nature what they mean is something different. They meet what they probably mean. Which makes sense. Is that the particular social forms arrangements in which we are integrated are subject to change. Now that's correct. That seems reasonable but if not more turn us into into insects not going to give us an insect visual system. It's not going to get turned into creatures. That are incapable of language on. We have a nature an effect. It's very rigid and strict within it or variations on social and cultural and other arrangements the variations on it takes a visual system since we just think of the classical experimental work. Hugh billion weasel for example on human unreasoned mammalian vision on what they show. Is that early very early. A modification of the visual system straight for two and lead to radical changes in the phenotype been the outcome. That appears among doesn't happen with us because we all have about the same visual experience but if there was a mangle around who could stay electrodes into era cortex or control the stimuli that we see we'd have totally different visual systems not as adults maybe no visual system cat as they showed if you deprive the kitten of structure visual stimuli for the first couple of weeks of life it's essentially blind the olympic systems to generate done. That's kind of the same as speaking different languages. The point is you can't change. Amelia and visual system into an insect visual system with compound is that's mammalian nature within mammalian nature. There's a lot of possible options then human nature. There's a lot of possible options and it's the options that interests us as human beings. We take for granted. It's common to us kind of like sports when.

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A Conversation With 2020 U.S. Open Champion Dominic Thiem

Beyond The Baseline

05:23 min | 4 months ago

A Conversation With 2020 U.S. Open Champion Dominic Thiem

"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this week sports illustrated tennis podcast were all catching our breath after the twenty twenty us open no one more. So than our first guest, why you ask it's dominant team, your men's winner he stopped by for what I thought was really quite an extraordinary conversation especially given the circumstances after that we speak with Dr Seon Bilac she's the president of Barnard here New York. She's also a cognitive scientists in a world expert on choking. So given the events of the week, we wanted to get her take. So it is a double, but I are champ from singles. Here's Dominic team. I didn't have time yet to reflect on on this incredible match on the on the win. The Dhamma. Grizzard champion off it's it's unreal to me still and also yesterday. We rent. Straits to the hotel after all the breast. Had some dinner together and then I didn't sleep on seconds so. Was not able to reflect but I guess that's coming the next day's. Going to say I, guess you pulled an all nighter as we say, how do you celebrate a major during lockdown? This is a new one. How do you celebrate when you can't exactly I would have been happening the? Honestly. We had pizza with my team Del Room, and then we were just jailing talking about. Reviews for weeks about the tournament and I think that I, wouldn't have done differently when. Everything was normal because I was shattered dean was as well, and the is coming in the our with a big hole. They wait till you get home. What affect. Do you think it had on? You not having fans there Stop for everybody I guess because fans of full stadium if she'll so much energy positive fantasy. You can rely on them. You can. You can rely on them, they will carry you. Through tough situations, carry us. Through when you feel leads and all these falls away. Of course, the teams April the Eugen for, but it's only three people so. Is was really tough to all the TIME INDIANA CI yourself. push yourself all the time. It's a unique situation and over even thought for the stadium full. In the moment, are you aware of of just how crazy crazy match the Zeus of are you aware of all these wild swings? I am yeah. Usually. I. I really remember. Most of the details in in every mansions. I four said sorted were kind of strange but then if said. I never experienced something before it was so weird such a big drama you will were ending up in the daybreak. With all the years we know shallow with the fringe share the Chinese broad a super long. Two Grand Slam finals, and then we badly all if said daybreak, it's just so crazy and. I guess to lock your. Normal to pressure before big matches. Did you know how intense the pressure was before you got out there? Did you know before you hit the first ball who you were really nervous? Noam usually are most times i. I find. The perfect mix between two nervous and the northern Norway, which is this area yesterday I just didn't find it I feeling really good at the warm up by. was hitting the ball very clean, very goods. Didn't have any pain was fooling fit and then I go out and suddenly I feel. So nervous arms are heavy lakes or heavy, I cannot really blame I. Real Dennis and the dental tough, and then all of this auden. Even I think was only off among soon to sits down. What are you telling yourself after that? I was telling myself. I was hoping that I free up at one point in then I was getting myself well is a major final. Fight for every point doesn't been get way worse than debts and. just hoping that also your opponent gives you something because he was playing very, very limited getting serving. Amazing playing solid from the bank and. then. Maybe he gave me a little bit. Maybe one full or some easy mistakes on the base on broken bank in his third and. Will moment where three. When it became. A good match.

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The movie of the year is here: Boys State

The Big Picture

06:46 min | 5 months ago

The movie of the year is here: Boys State

"Sean Fantasy. And this is the big picture conversation show but the best movie I've seen in twenty twenty. That movie is called boy state. What is boy state? Well, it's a documentary. It is now available on Apple TV plus and I thought it would be appropriate for us to just talk about this film which I think is fascinating and incredible document of life in twenty twenty in many ways. Specifically, the way that we engage with our political system Amanda I wanted to talk to you about it because I know that you like the. Film as well. We're GONNA. Talk a bit about what boy state is the institution, and also what this movie isn't how it captures it but what did you make of it off the top see you saw this movie at Sundance as did our colleague Noam Away and you both raved about it and I didn't get to see that sundance so I caught up with it about six months later with all of the expectation that goes along with you guys being this is the best we've ever seen I was wrapped. This is A. Very documentary that is about each. Summer Camp Robert Graham, and we'll explain the program a bit more. It's Kinda complex. I still have some questions about how boy state the Summer Camp Program works but whatever. And I was just completely in Michigan. It's one of those documentaries where you're like I can't believe you got this on tape and also I can't believe that you've got this on tape and also it speaks so profoundly to the moment in which I'm watching it even though it was filmed during the summer of two, thousand and eighteen. Yell leader in this episode, and you can hear a conversation with me and Amanda mcbain and Jesse Moss the filmmakers behind the movie and they explained a bit about how they captured what you're describing, and there are several moments in this movie that will make you say this is must be scripted. This can't be real. I mean in many ways it seems. Like archetypal narrative, dramatic movie making, but it is very real and boy state. The institution is very real. So what is boy state? It's it is as you say, it's a sort of a summer camp. It's a, it's a summer leadership program I assume you as a as a high achieving young person. You must have been a part of some some programs. Like this I get sent to Arts Camp I. Never did the Politics Camp I did have to go to girl scout camp once even though it wasn't a girl Scout, but this is sponsored by the American Legion and I only really interacted with the American Legion. In that. Sometimes, we had our middle school dances at an American Legion clubhouse. Okay. So the American Legion does sponsor this program they nominate High. School Juniors and they come in the interview and they talk about their idea of the country and patriotism and the idea of public service that means to them, and it's essentially a training program for politicos aspiring Politicos, and that's a fascinating thing growing up I went to basketball camp. I was an aspiring. Professional Basketball player unfortunately I am incredibly slow and can't jump and can't shoot. So that's that was never going to happen for me, and for some people at boys anger, there is a girl state as well. We should say that you know in in most states in this country, they offer this program. There are a lot of people who aspire to kind of public service or at least to get a a sort of a sense of civic duty, which is not necessarily the same thing as public service. And this has been happening since nineteen, thirty seven. And the. There is a long list of famous and accomplished alumni in boys and girls stayed more specifically boy stated won't probably won't surprise people to hear. Just a shortlist of incredibly well known people who participated in this program includes Bill Clinton Dick Cheney. Justice Samuel Alito James Gandolfini my boy. Roger Ebert. Michael Jordan. Tom Cotton. Rush Limbaugh Cory Booker. So you know luminaries or lowlights depending on your point of view of the world. This is quite a quite a list of people there and the program itself is kind of interesting. So essentially, I, feel like we're talking around specifically what it does, but the programs vary by state but in Texas where this movie takes place participants are divided into two groups. The federal and the nationalist and what are the what are these two groups have to do and and how does that set up the Phil Do a lot of things but the film follows the political campaign aspect of boy state and boy state is a week long program in Texas and kind of the climactic event is an election for governor of the state, the boys state of Texas. So these two parties, the federalists in the nationalist, which by the way just already casts a quite a shadow over the whole. The. The documentary because they really they adopt these names as teams, and so they're yelling about being federalists and nationalists and anyway. At they elect. Party chairman's they they kind of do a platform that we should talk about the platform they have primaries and they each eventually select one nominee for the governor's race, and then at the end, there is election and one governor emerges. So you know approximately eleven hundred boys participate in this process, and that means that out of large groups. One two three people have to merge and the reason that this movie happened and the reason that Jesse and Amanda sought to identify a handful of people who'd be significant to the process in the given year that they were shooting is because in two thousand, seventeen Texas boys state legislature voted to secede from the Union and that if that doesn't some American politics in the trump era I don't I don't know what does the fact that it was your teenagers decided they needed to succeed from a program which is already imaginary. Is Perfect, we should note that two thousand seventeen was when the state legislature of Texas successfully voted to see from union. It is apparently a emotion that came up for several years but this time both bodies ratified this action, and of course, that is a an ongoing dialogue in the state of Texas. In the true American experience you know there are many Texans who would like to not be a part of this country maybe not many there but there are certainly some we know that that's the session is an ongoing conversation in some states. Around the country. So the point is, is that boy stayed in many ways reflect the political system or does it? It's I think the nature or nurture question here is essential to this movie and what makes it so fascinating and even when I talk to Amanda and Jesse I, think that they were unwilling to put their thumb on the scale to say what were they felt it lived or died but as I said, this movie is just exceptional and

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Nick Cannon seeking $1.5B from Viacom for ‘Wild ’n Out'

The Breakfast Club

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Nick Cannon seeking $1.5B from Viacom for ‘Wild ’n Out'

"Now let's talk about Nick Cannon Nick Cannon actually just recently did an interview. And he talked about his own routes because he is I guess Jewish as well in his family. Some routes here's what he said where my mother has been calling me every single day since this happened with so much family history. My great grandfather was a Spanish rabbi and is a Sephardi Jewish man who civil as much heat as I've been catching. From the public in the outside this home for my family in a row because I come from a black and Jewish family on my mother's side. American. Jewish Committee Online Program Advocacy Anywhere was a candy conversation with Rabbi Noam Marines and He comes from a black and Jewish family. Well in addition to all of this, McKinnon is suing Viacom for point five, billion dollars as the estimated value of while in out he according to a statement is just that simple while in up belongs to nick according to his team. The show was created by Nakano with his idea and original thought while in out has brought billions of dollars in revenue Viacom since twenty fifteen and Nick deserves in has earned everything it is worth I would I would have thought that by common CVS maybe. Would work things up. Maybe I don't know the candidates apologize he's been educating himself on Jewish coach. Or maybe you feel. Like you said. The problem. Well, we don't own our own things. Cannon. US Oh. Released a statement. He said I'm deeply saddened in a moment. So close to reconciliation that the powers that be misused an important moment for us to grow closer together and learn more about one another. Instead the moment was stolen and hijacked to make an example of an outspoken black man I will not be bullied silenced or continuously oppressed by any organization group or corporation I. AM disappointed that Viacom, does not understand respect the power of the black community.

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"noam" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"noam" Discussed on KCRW

"You compare to the original that's hard you know the reason I like this one is because the original Noam even though it's an amazing song it's been played so much that it's like I wouldn't be quick to go try to listen to it per se this one was newer to me and then they're both like dance songs the original comic a disco one and this one has that salsa vibe which is super fun and salsa dancing kind of makes me think of like a nice spicy summer so yeah yeah definitely and the original is a gamble really I mean a lot of people when it started getting to be really bad people embrace that as their anthem and I guess now we have another pandemic to have a a different version of that song so it's fitting exactly yeah we have a lot going on and that we need to survive and I like I like to say survive and thrive so survive and thrive I love it okay let's keep it going from up with another song this one called black gold of the sun by rotary connection here's a clip of.

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"noam" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"noam" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I'm not he's completely rejoicing that we're finally to get some specifics this negotiation has been so distasteful I'd say it's like pulling teeth but at least that's quick and you get some drugs instead of dumping the paid because the fans are just Noam to the sport as a whole and it's going to take a minute for them to get into the idea of this season starting and it also finally getting off the off the runway here because it's just it's so ugly between both sides why they did turn a lot of people off so there's no doubt that we've had polls we've had reaction on the phones we open up the lines at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Maggie and no we talk to the baseball fan baseball fans frustrated they should be there's nothing there is nothing that we've seen here that would let you believe that there's some rallying cry to the sport right now it is two sides that are still stuck in the mud in the Players Association threw down the gauntlet and said no more back and forth there will be no more proposals let us know how many games you want to play full pro rated salary in our players will be there to play that was it so there's no warm and fuzzy there is no sense of accomplishment there is no coming together there's none of that between these two sides these two sides are basically and they are yeah it's a couple headed for some massive divorce can't stand one another and are are staying together for the kids I mean that is basically what we what are we I mean that is it or the that is what we've witnessed here from the two sides is that they can't stand one another and I get it I understand the vitriol between the two sides we we've been down this road but no there's no warm and fuzzy there's no there's not going to be any kind of pressure where you have Tony Clark and rob Manfred and the sides company if there's gonna be no that what it's going to be is teller's when you want us to play it will come out there and played for the baseball fan will find out if they come back yeah the you know it's funny when he used the divorce analogy right I think about this this is even if you guys know where I stand on this obviously I I back the players of this one because I think the owners have been particularly that negotiating in bad faith here but think about it right in a divorce two people split you can actually leave like baseball you can't leave this is what it just underscores one of the inherent all the advantages that the owners have because even if the players don't like the league where they gotta go we gotta go to South Korea you got to go to Japan you can go play in Mexico baby like think about it you have to leave the country because you can't play anywhere else because if there's one weak that's just wanted haired advantage that the owners have it it can't be a divorce because players can't go anywhere and the other part to AZ yeah the owners actually had a good week and I don't like you that's a possible how to the owners have a good week they actually did have a good week think about it right they were basically dressing up the same proposal three different ways and they're going to end up basically paying the players for regular season games about the same for for say fifty games if that ends up being fifty that they what all of you know for in the seventies with seventy five percent of the of the salary and and and the use of the ratios of it like if they basically are coming away with paying almost the exact same about right in terms of like total dollars almost the exact same about so they really did get you know on it they they didn't really get a a anything significant there in terms of changing think about that the the integrity of the sport gets hammered here but I got more well I got more reasons why the owners actually had a good week because well how about this also yeah they now say that this goes through and rob and Fred says alright fifty games are fifty five or what have you and they don't come to it a go she ation that means the owners don't have to split any the post season TV body either it goes back to just the way it always has been which is that the league gets all the TV money for the post raisin which read I was like eight hundred million and the players get the gate for the early games in every season S. series excuse me the early games in every series so the owners get all of the proceeds a TV body and who knows if the gates even gonna happen because if there's no fans that there's no gate and then on top of that was in the middle of a pandemic right in the middle of a global pandemic we don't even know how far reaching the effects of this will be on our economy the league signed a postseason TV deal or they're finalizing a post season TV deal worth three point two nine billion dollars and that's just one of the league's TV partners that's not even the main one fox is the main what ESPN might get involved in this later when they do expand the post season a couple years down the road down the line like one of their TV partners just gave them three point two died billion dollars is a great week for the owners okay I can look at the I I just I put the TV deal aside I can't look at a great week when I'm gonna play fifty game regular season if it comes down to that I don't look at their put their postseason they care that Maggie I wanna leave looking illegitimate season I'm looking at the back and forth on look at the longer term ramifications on the sport you can look at the dollars you can say well it's all good because we just signed a new TV deal I mean every sports making money when they're signed into new TV deals regardless of the popularity so in dollars I can't look at that late last week has been a great celebration of I'm an older it wouldn't want my sports going to be much more to be ravaged by this it's going to be hurt by this I go in the month of July I'm not I've gone back and forth there is been tedious NIT picking between the two sides a battle the lawyers and the way that that that March agreement it comes down about both sides feel like they're in the right that the TV is back and forth that we got or less twenty four forty eight hours it is complete utter nonsense I can look at this is be a wind of an older mom house number and I'm going out there high fiving people down there to put the bomb the wheel pods of Saul Katz high five one another so we got one over on players here I'm playing a fifty game season conceivably because if they played more than everything that the owners did they.

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Ancient DNA Rewrites Dead Sea Scroll History

60-Second Science

02:26 min | 7 months ago

Ancient DNA Rewrites Dead Sea Scroll History

"The Dead Sea. Scrolls are religious manuscripts. They were written from the third century BC to the first century CE. They were discovered in nineteen forties and fifties in caves along the shore of the Dead Sea and the parchments have been the topic of intense, religious, literary and historical debate, and they also continue to be the subject of scientific analysis including DNA. The idea was to try to match and also be apart. Fragments based on their genetic identity named you based on the animals from which they were made. Were Harvey is a molecular biologist at Tel Aviv. University his team sequence the DNA from bits of scroll dust, almost all disclosed that we samples were perhaps surprisingly found to be made out of sheepskin we found that were made out of cow skin, and that's a big story here for hobbies, colleague Noam Mizrahi from the university's Department of Biblical studies picked up the story. The scrolls he says came from a place called courant. A three days walk from the cultural. Cultural Center of Jerusalem Mizrahi. He explains that the people of Coumarin were an extremist group with apocalyptic predictions who harshly criticized the views of others. Therefore, he says there's been long standing debate about how much the scrolls unearthed from this sect and Ron represented just this factions, views or more general, Jewish thought at the time now the presence of cow skins in a desert region, inhospitable to cattle, his provocative, because it suggests this the cow made scrolls do not reflect. The. Community of Iran, but rather brought from the outside written at the outside and reflect the broader Jewish Society of the fears. That finding is in the Journal cell. Several. Other lines of evidence point to the ancient Coumarin Library, containing a broad diversity of texts, Mizrahi says genetics have added a new dimension to studies, complimenting his analysis of the content and language of the parchments ear I discovered that the material of the scrolls, the very biological material from which the scrolls are made is informative, and as telling in terms of the very questions I was trying to clarify for myself, and for other scoreless. In other words. Sometimes you need the subtext in this case, literally the material under the writing.

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New York - New Rochelle mayor on the city's coronavirus containment zone

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

03:40 min | 10 months ago

New York - New Rochelle mayor on the city's coronavirus containment zone

"Weeks ago. A sitting north of Manhattan had one of the first clusters of Kovic. One thousand nine hundred and some drastic measures were taken to stop the spread there in new Rochelle. A one mile containment zone was set up around an entire community and the National Guard was even called into help deliver meals to those who were stuck in isolation the move has had some promising results and joining us. Now is the mayor of new Rochelle Noam Bramson. Thank you for joining us. Mayor Bramson and I want to start by asking you how things are going because new Rochelle was really the first hotspot in the New York area. Where are you now? Well thank you for having me and I think nor shells. Experience does give us some reason for cautious optimism because we were in earliest hotspot. We also implemented early containment measures intended to limit the spread of the virus and preliminary data suggests that that has been somewhat effective Rate Increase in Rochelle seems to be slowing and new. Rochelle is declining as a percentage of positive cases in our region. So all that is is good news but I want to emphasize the caution. The data can be interpreted in lots of different ways beat municipally aggregated information lags behind the positive reports individuals and we are a couple of days behind the facts on the ground. And we know that even the most optimistic scenario and this is still going to be a long and significant CH- challenge so it's entirely premature to celebrate but we are looking for rays of sunshine in the midst of unsettling experience and it is good to know that new Rochelle is confronted at least the early stage in this challenge in seemingly successful wet. Yeah that's very important distinction and it should be noted. You responded very quickly and very aggressively to the first reported cases in your city. Do you think new Rochelle could be a model for other cities your size? They experience a similar burst of of cases. Yes I think so. Look I want to give credit to Governor Cuomo of New York State? They were in the driver seat. Here they identify your early challenge that we got a new Rochelle and prescribed delimitations that were imposed here. But also keep in mind Just a week. After our containment zone was established all restrictions were overtaken and exceeded by statewide limitations. That were even more restricted. So All New York State is at this point of containment zone and The rest of America is not far behind but because we came. I are leading experience. I think is some indicator other communities can expect I also say that Another promising aspect. What's happened in a Rachelle? Is that in the face of overwhelming pressure. Our social infrastructure has remained strong community groups and nonprofit organizations have risen to the occasion. We had an outpouring voluntarism. We've been able to maintain essential services in the context of a radically changed work environment. So all of that suggests that even though this is hard we will be equal to the test. Then we'll be able to come on the other side with a strong and healthy community and can you talk a little bit about if you have any right now. Any plans to reopen so to speak new Rochelle. And what are you hearing from residents there? Well I think everyone a state and everyone in America is eager to resume some form of normal life living with limitations that would imaginable just a few weeks ago. But we don't have any plans in new Rochelle to go on our own and to relax restrictions that are common to the whole. We think it's a Gordon responsible to take direction from the public authorities at the state level and at the county level. Who have the expertise in our in the best position to give guys so? That's the way nor shells approaching this

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"noam" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"noam" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"As my Noam account but I do know is that he's going to know which way the wind is blowing and when I was in Indianapolis I heard that there might be a connection there maybe I still think they're pretty good with that party don't you he and Josh I think in the quarterback room there are those for I think with the strides that they made this last year and and and Josh Allen's game on the work they've done I think there's no reason that they think they're gonna they should deviate from that they're they're getting really good production really good progress on I think they're ready to take another step you know we're in such a interesting part of the here but everybody you know the people to speculate about this matchup that they should go get this guy that guy and you and I don't do a lot of that and for that reason I think we get dismissed as out of touch I think we're in touch with what the bills are doing in the way they think and I don't I don't have any answer to what they're doing but I don't think they're going to get Odell Beckham junior or a replacement Barclays a back up you know what I mean right and I think people look at us like well they don't know what they're if they haven't followed the leads well they even follow the stories where the stories are all baloney this time here right right any because there's so many things that are out of or out of your control out of the team's control that's certainly they're gonna target guys in free agency no question about it they're gonna want to get in but those players can say no they can go rather than other teams may think there are more highly of him the bills do or or want to pay them more and it may be just as simple as that you you gotta wait for those chips to fall and however those chips fall will dictate your plan for the draft and then not only will that dictate your plan for the draft but feedback you get from other GM's about what is going to take to move up or down or sideways in the draft is gonna dictate your price so there's so much that is yet to be determined it's almost impossible to prognosticators are gonna do let alone what they're even thinking because there's so much out of their control as well so you got to wait till the chips fall certainly they're gonna watch film that got it a list of players they like but there's a lot out of their control that you can have to wait to see how the chips fall and a lot of time for stuff to happen still right as you said the next week or two weeks away if I can see the players got to decide what they want to do that's right they are production assistants comes from George blast of cold make Thomas founder Kelly route JJ to read Kevin Karges James Wrobel our.

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"noam" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"noam" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Noam Chomsky he believes we should attack institutions we should be able to be political we should get elected and we should change the institutions because the institutions that are to blame burl in his book power says point blank no it's not it's real why man who once they get economic position as a bully automatically seeks to extend its capacity to enforce his will far as he can now multiply that by five thousand people sitting on each other's board of directors of the interlocking directorates of the largest multinational corporations and you have identified in my opinion you've identified a very large chunk of the empire exactly Tyler is with us in Kittery Maine hi Tyler go ahead hello George Craig and I am a capitalist we're havin Friday go ahead of time okay I work for a subsidiary of UTC which your case is not work with Raytheon my question is this wondering how are somebody is like this how how will that impact the our country and for that matter the world well it already has few years you're still seeing it Greg every time a company mergers or choirs hostile or otherwise another corporation it does two things it consolidates the power of that corporation into the hands of its board of directors to direct that corporation look at the corporation see what they do for a living and you'll get it every time a cruise missile launches Raytheon makes a million.

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"noam" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"noam" Discussed on WTVN

"Noam Chomsky he believes we should attack institutions we should be able to be political we should get elected and we should change the institution because its institutions that are to blame it on burl in his book power says point blank no it's not it's real why man who once they get economic position as a baby's automatically seeks to extend its capacity to enforce his will far as he can now multiply that by five thousand people sitting on each other's board of directors of the interlocking directorates of the largest multinational corporations and you have identified in my opinion you've identified a very large chunk of the empire exactly Tyler is with us in Kittery Maine hi Tyler go ahead hello George Craig I am a capitalist for haven't Friday go to Tyler okay I work for a subsidiary of UTC which you can see is a word with Raytheon my question is does just wondering how merges with companies like this how how will that impact of our country and for that matter the world well it already has few years you're still seen if Greg every time a company emerges or choirs hostile or otherwise another corporation it does two things it consolidates the power of that corporation into the hands of its board of directors to direct that corporation look at the corporation see what they do for a living and you'll get it every time a cruise missile launches Raytheon makes a million dollars.

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A Tapeworm Called Reggie

The Box Of Oddities

12:00 min | 1 year ago

A Tapeworm Called Reggie

"Ren Door is a Lobsterman. And he was ren indoor ren door all his last name is door. Okay because ren door sounds like a jet I name oh I thought it sounded like a meat process that too yeah anyway so ren door had just set a triple three lobster traps attached by a single line. Don't know what that means. Just because I'm from Maine doesn't mean I fish for things And he saw something in the water the he did not expect. He was five miles off mainland Harrington so H- Harrington's down on the coast. He was five miles off the coast as we say in Maine Rain Down East. Yeah sure. Let's Downey step up and gazed out into the water as fishermen do and what did he see a young deer in the water. The water. How far out five miles what? Yeah a deer. That's that's almost international waters. So was it a spy dear. What Oh you think? He was sent here. Maybe he was swimming toward the shore. He was hid swear swam. I'm from some hostile nation. You think so. Maybe he was just getting closer and we and we grabbed him before he got here. Maybe that's it dear. You're spying activities. Ran On the other hand had a different thought. He thought I'm sure he'd been going from island to island or shore to an island and he couldn't see or got caught in the current or something had happened. He was just going with the flow. He wasn't trying to swim or fight with it. He was just kind of floating. And I'm sure I mean he must have been exhausted He was floating away from the shore out into the open in ocean. And I mean he he must have been out there for hours and hours will. Yeah an hour's five miles from the mainland even if he was island hopping right. That's incredible so the fishermen decided. Obviously they had to snag this dear so they hauled the buck walk into the boat and they saved him. He weighed about one hundred pounds. And there's a picture of him on the back of the fishing boat and they said okay where is it. He laid right down like a dog. He was beat out shaking shivering. I'm sure he was froze. That says November number in the ocean off main so Downey's he laid right down there late down all juries pretty much froze. Britain here looked out over the water and I saw him out there. You just lurking so anyway that dear I love him. That's fantastic. Is that just kind of a little bonus thing that you Through in this episode. Oh I just saw it and I was telling you about but that's not your topic to now. What is is your topic? Oh don't you want to just fawn over the deer and no. I think the buck stops here. Oh aw I just. I'm sorry I get distracted with you looking at me I'll do I You go first though I can do that. Sure and the deer stories nice too because this is this is going to blow right by and you're going to be like wow. That was short for it. But I'll be like Oh but dear story and you're GonNa like Oh that'll make up for it. Sure did work on tobacco that arms. Well even wrote a jingle for it. Yeah that is beautiful and get gross all right so I found a little tidbit the other day. Hey which are my favorite things little tidbits and you can go like hey. Did you know Blood Alah and people go no wet and then you're so that's a tidbit for you and I found it tidbit and I was like I have to learn more about this magic magic being disgusting worms. Okay so flat worms. They are the most simple type of worm and there are about hold onto your butts twenty thousand species of flat worms. The idea that you you introduce the topic of flat worms and then insist we hold onto our butts. That was their pen worms. Sorry Yep so. There are free living types of flat worms which do not live off a host big? Thanks by the way for Dominique for gathering much of this information for me free living types of flat worms can be found in freshwater marine or damp terrestrial environments and most flat worms are free living however some are of heroin. Flame they are ribbon shaped and are flattened. Dorsey eventually not sure I've said that right. There are four major classes of flat worms they have names and roughly eighty percent of all flat. Worms are of the parasitic nick. Type flat worms are grows. That's a little jingle. I just made up. I like it very much like we did at the end where you made it like Well yeah very creamy. The plane Arians live. In freshwater PL- Americans are Hermaphroditic Hermaphrodite Sounds right. They're both Yup and it has a simple brain a nervous system aero like head and two is spots so these dudes have the ability to regenerate. So they're hacked up. They can be like nope new parts new party can't stop me. Can't stop won't stop like the type of Salamander that can regenerate its tail. Yeah that's fascinating. It's also terrifying. But it's something that could lead us to you. Learn about a lot of things. The thing is like they're amazing. Creatures all over the place that can do amazing things and I think it's really neat that we can learn from them mm-hmm however I also don't think we should test on them so I'm torn there even flat worms now don't even the hermaphroditic ones that's implying lying that having both parts makes you less worthy of Noam not playing that at all. I'm just implying worms And I wanted to say hermaphroditic it is. It's fun to say so these guys are scavengers generally or carnivores and they're they're pretty harmless really. They'll they'll just snack on whatever's about but they're not gonNA cling to you and make you their meal most often. Let's talk about everyone's favorite flat worm the tapeworm form. That's not one of mine at all. The tapeworm can get into a person's digestive tract and grow to enormous lengths adult tapeworms can measure more than eighty feet long. That's twenty five meters and they can live as long as thirty years in a host. No no way. That's horrifying beyond all expectations. Recent story about a man from India detailed how he had a six foot tapeworm removed from his innards. And I was okay during most of the the reading about this until they described it. They they used forceps pulled it out of his mouth home Oh Gross I heard a story one time of somebody who had a I don't know how long the tapeworm was but it came out when they were taking a bath. Oh they were just sitting there and they looked down in like this worm was coming out of there but into the TUB. I mean it cutting out is good. Yeah but that bathwater done charm to throw out the tapeworm with the bath. Water do make. How do you make sure the rest of it comes out and it doesn't go back? I don't know you grab it. Are you grab it. I would be tempted to but wh what do you do. I know that like when I was a kid and we would catch earthworms to go fishing. They would you know they'd be out of the whole little bit and you just pinched the worm in the wormwood come out because it needed air or something I don't know would come out anyway. Why would you pinch it? Yeah you just pinched the worm and it would come out of the whole it will. It won't stay underground being pinched. Why I don't know but that's doesn't make any sense you'd think you'd WanNa go back in the whole right but it doesn't work that way with earthworms worms for whatever reason you pinch them and they come out of the whole? Is it the same with where AM I. Don't know I'm I'm putting Griffin's important in this kind of situation as you want together as much information as we can yeah. I don't know if you pinch but worms if they'll come out or not into your tub water this I don't know yet but I think we need to Fundus into study. I bet there's someone listening. Who knows Oh you know there is? There's somebody who has a tub worm degree and will let us know thank you some tapeworms form's attached themselves to the walls of the intestines where they cause irritation or inflammation Sometimes they might just pass through you and and an toodle out And your tub or whatever the thing is like the the tapeworm can get dangerous as it grows and consumes assumes more and more of the host's resources I would think that if there's anything eighty feet long living in urine tests could be dangerous. I don't know that there. There have ever been any Records or recorded instances of eighty foot long tapeworms inside of people But but yeah. I'm curious now and I'm shocked that I didn't look it up. What is the longest tapeworm? That's come out of a person. I found this on the web route. Six feet. Okay Yeah Yeah that's gross that's enough Taller than I am big enough. So the tapeworm has hooks folks and suckers on their head and they use them to attach to the intestinal wall and They they they can travel to other parts of the bodies still being attached to the intestines because the length that they can grow to. So they'll they'll kind of like keep their one hand end on the home base tree tag. was that what I was going for. I don't know hands on base right. They're staying safe in the old innards but awesome another parasitic form of flat. Worm is the fluke and they are characterized by a well-developed digestive system system with a mouth at the interior and one or more suckers surrounding mouth and suckers are generally kept to. It's like I said they are used mostly to keep themselves attached to the to the host. They're not retrieving fluids necessarily through those little title right. Now that's that's they do that through their their mouth at the anterior And that's Yup okay though sometimes With the Fluke They can end up being affected by Chernobyl. And they end up in a sewer. You're and then a longshoreman. fines a half eaten corpse in a sewer system and they have to report that to the FBI and then the FBI comes out out to investigate and they find the fluke man hybrid and You

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"noam" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

23:43 min | 1 year ago

"noam" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"Chomsky thanks for joining me on deconstructed very killing and mutilating not just Kurdish fighters from the SDF the US girl she lost her leg Lunden am I right in saying into Organiz support for opposition to the withdrawal and be understood in connection with a human reality of the existing circumstances not imperialism it's protecting the Kurds from an that he's already conquered and a lot of people listening especially on the left might be surprised interventions abroad why are the Kurds the exception to that already invaded by Turkey the troops that are there were essentially catechism you have to ask how they apply in particular complex Estan in Iraq in Latin America and as you know and you've written so eloquently on protect civilians liberal interventionist listening to you speak now might say well widened why only the Kurds let's take your first example Kosovo the bombing would radically increase as the level of crimes and atrocities for the press when the invasion began that's what it was gonNA happen the reason take a major military attack consciously knowing that it would greatly dance what are the consequences of your decisions if you don't do that you're not immoral human or in reasons now if you have a brain functioning what you do is uh-huh therefore there are no humanitarian intervention no of course but in Syria for example I would say why didn't Noam Chomsky asked for US troops to protect us when we who is troops to deter Assad what in fact was done was wriggles there's word tonight that the CIA has been delivering weapons to rebels in Syria over the blew down the sides advance but quite predictably they broke the Russians in to so are the risks of a confrontation with the US to use you have to ask yourself determine the action in every particular case and just on quote deter Iran at a time when we're applying maximum pressure on Iran by giving your watch and Iran will take over how worried about a US attack on Iran next first of all let's separate those two issues a small contingent of troops to say I don't think the trump administration could answer I don't think they want a war a most oil production is in the northeast corner right in the Shiite areas so I don't think the United States wants war with Iran with they WANNA do can easily get out of hand any accidental incidents in the Gulf could golf now lawmakers say the trump administration says it already has the legal authority to if this and of course as you say that could escalate as well no one knows what the unintended consequences the rise of the far-right of authoritarianism a native ISM from Putin to all worrisome it's very hard to detect a geostrategic planning in the effort which is over and Steve Bannon case to construct a kind Saudi Arabia friend of mine you've done really spectacular job you know it's Egypt very special man stunt a great job to be kind of a base for us power the bond is another case so the Indian Italy Farraj if he emerges in very simple and straightforward forty years of the neo liberal assault on the general has a period of unfocused anger resentment and so on it's fertile financial institutions that are lying behind it to a substantial extent but the focus it Ronald Reagan's welfare queens and so on and many other demagogues in he's famous interregnum interregnum with morbid symptoms but the course of your lifetime Donald Trump being the sixteenth how does trump stack up against the John Commentators in from the American Enterprise Institute Thomas Mann Norman Ornstein parliamentary politics and is now often a different dimension what's it's the ones who are now meeting with their billionaire friends to try to figure out the last bit of a show of interest was the Humphrey Hawkins Nineteen seventy me the Republicans who try to mobilize them on what are called culturally shoes grits guns anything but the real issues and I agree with you that the Republican cruise or a Mike Pence as radical as they may be they still fit within some who behaves like him talks like him no but it's worth looking back a little bit route from the base was so outrageous that the Republican onless gas ricksen tour I don't want to make black people's lives better sixteen is they failed and the guy who came into office over their Ayton nosing get away with it and a very good politician he would he does and he's playing to that gallery the only policy that you can discern it was the world okay but while acknowledging that point and you're you're one hundred percent rights talk about his kind of narcissism you made the point that every far right nationalist Neo Nazi has been encouraged what's been going on recently the attacks on synagogues and mosques his far-right rallies way they party its primary constituency is extreme wealth and corporate the rich and the very rich and the corporate sector a take deregulation same across the board so you run across the legislative programme yeah the vacated to the traditional Republican constituency but you can't get votes on those so if it turns out that the white nationalist or the voting base that you worked for white nationalism or fascism or anything else his motive to those sectors of the population one should bear in mind the utter already is anti-abortion what's called pro-life where'd that come from our what we call the pro choice what changed will in to be anti-abortion they could pick up the evangelical boat and the northern go back just ten years two thousand eight John McCain when he ran for policies to mitigate the effects of global warming of the Republicans were in fact toying the Juggernaut bribing congressmen threatening them intimidating them as you have to be against climate change let's talk impeachment the Democrats have launched impeachment awesome do you support the House Democrats decision to finally start an impeachment her a leading Democrat does that remind you of anything yes uh-huh protect themselves is a right the right thing to do I mean trump is impeachable Alexa Motor report pushing that I thought was also a political mistake the crops voting base so they'll vote to turn down the impeachment request had the filmmaker Michael Moore on the show last week and he thinks that eventually this evidence is save their skins will join Senate Democrats to vote to remove trump from office. You don't seem to buy that you couple of examples but we could go on it's very hard to imagine any doesn't seem likely just take a look at trump's voting base you know they're pretty regular although whether it works or not in the Senate doesn't mean the House Democrats shouldn't take a stand regardless well here it's very interesting to see what's what's being done you may have seen billionaires the donors you know the mainstream political figures and it was it's and discuss their flaws and then ask can we bring in someone else do you notice somebody missing Senator Sanders doesn't make the cut of these lists there's Aussies his crime was to organize a political on ongoing political movement their job is to watch to participate between Fatty Elizabeth Warren who you mentioned a moment ago twenty election cycle if the party nominates Elizabeth Warren is she someone you're not working with quite serious communists some of them friends but S. political movement which anders did and it's had a lot of effect man.

Possible motive revealed in studio arson attack that killed 33

KYW 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Possible motive revealed in studio arson attack that killed 33

"Will new details are emerging about Japan's worst mass killing in nearly two decades thirty three people killed in what officials are calling an arson attack if he owed animation fire spread so quickly people didn't have time to escape leading to several people jumping out of second and third story windows no murder of Noam murder motive has been confirmed although police say the suspect is playing in the studio plagiarized

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Louis C.K. Performs Again, but Club Gives Patrons an Out

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Louis C.K. Performs Again, but Club Gives Patrons an Out

"In August for surprise, comeback. After that set comedy cellar owner Noam Dworman told the Huffington Post that the venue was instituting a new policy on scandal-scarred stars quote, essentially swim at your own risk. We don't know who may pop in and that's not that's not on the lineup. If someone does come in that you don't wanna see, you're free to leave. No questions asked and check completely on the house. Having said that we don't expect Louis back. Anytime soon. And of course, you know, beginning of Tober is back. I can't help, but feel for Noam even though like part of me wants to be like, oh, you're taking the easy way out. But another part of

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Louis C.K.'s controversial Comedy Cellar comeback attempt

Mason & Ireland

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Louis C.K.'s controversial Comedy Cellar comeback attempt

"Remembers that in the era of me too. It was revealed that Louis c. k. had forced surprising number of young female stand up comics to watch a masturbate that resulted in the cancellation of his show, and he was under a rock until last week. We showed up at the comedy cellar in New York for a set the comedian slash confirmed sexual assaulter performed, obviously copy and paste this from somewhere. Yeah, the comedian slash confirmed sexual assaulter perform set a set and club owner. Noam doorman told the New York. Times that quote, it sounded just like he was trying to work out some new material. Almost like anytime of the last ten years he would come in at the beginning of a new act. CK made no mention of his sexual abuse against women in a set. He was reportedly received warmly both before.

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"noam" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"noam" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"His instantly about Noam out. Good outweighs that I don't find those us very plausible is difficult questions about, well what you do uncertainty. So you know if you think, okay, you'll child staff is infinitely long. Does that mean you never let them out the house. Yep. You wanna just minimize ole old possible contests. Exactly what it means. That's why my daughter's. That's why my daughter is currently locked in her room. Yeah. Okay. Well, as long as computer games. Okay. You know, I'm in the spirit of taking them certainty. We see. I know I don't think should be completely confident that you know know Zito credence in the idea that some longs like infinitely eight, but I think we just need to hunt, I think should be some account of decision making uncertainty in that case. I think it should be different because it just doesn't work within this framework of maximizing expected value because now like every action I have has some ability of being infinitely good and instantly band, and then the whole, right. The app that is just completely lakes just suddenly I can't make comparisons between anything, but then I have in other work, then kind of advance this issue and actually say that. You know when you've got these theories that don't have this kind of nice quantitative notion of onus, we need to do something other than maximizing expected value. It still hedging bets in light Marlin santee. So it's gonna same in spin it that the precise details put different. Dave. The third part of earlier question about how alien this is from the way most people go about their moral decision making. So I remember while ago there was a gofundme me for Dave's ex wife's dogs needed surgery. When I was deciding whether to give to that, I, I wasn't making calculations I wasn't deciding between. You know what? What the probability that singer is right that this is not the most effective way for me to spend my money that that money could be doing more good. Elsewhere this, it's those that is just okay. I have the money. I saw it on Facebook dime. Gonna give some money to it in part. I think a lot of people who act in that way, that's part that defines them in in part that they are willing to a certain extent to almost unthinkingly support a person that they have some sort of connection with. To what extent are you trying to reform the way we go about our moral decision making in to what extent are you just trying to capture it in more precise terms than we may think about it? Yes, I'm I'm very heavily on the flowing temp. Definitely on the slushy is about changing the world, not just in the standing. It. And yeah, I think you're right, but I think this is poverty gentle issue that people just aunt fairly Marley, reflective, and I think that's a tremendously bad thing. When we looked at the history of human civilization, we've just committed like whole full model lungs every single generation, and people have been happy to accept that. And they've never really thought about the idea that maybe women have equal west men nor. People of color have equal west to like white people and so on. People just don't heels, don't reflect ethically that much. Certainly not when you know no one's kind of challenging them to do..

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Matt Lauer reportedly tells fans that he'll be 'back on TV'

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Matt Lauer reportedly tells fans that he'll be 'back on TV'

"Matt Lauer tells fans, he'll be back page six in the post reports Matt. Lauer told fans approaching him at, a Manhattan steakhouse. I've been busy being a. Dad but don't worry I'll be back on TV Matt Lauer was, fired over charges of sexual harassment in November reports say he's been spotted at lunch with a former producer from the today. Show and the Hamptons charity event

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Inside Trump's isolated days amid Russia fallout

Biz 1190 Overnight

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Inside Trump's isolated days amid Russia fallout

"On Bloomberg radio. I'm Jim Grasso President Trump stunned the world is past Monday during, a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki when he publicly sided, with the former KGB officer. Over his own intelligence communities findings about Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election I, have President Putin he just said. It's not Russia I will say this I don't see any reason why. It would be despite Trump's attempt, at backtracking the next day the fallout remains fierce here. To tell us more is Eli lake a columnist for Bloomberg opinion so what's your reaction to Trump. Siding with Putin over US intelligence agencies On a certain level mind boggling but I don't want to he didn't just side with, Vladimir Putin on the question of Russian meddling in the twentieth sixteen election and for that matter. Warnings of the twenty thousand eighteen election he also into que- or purchase Vladimir Putin equation of a completely unrelated matter which is a former. American could have been, named William Browder who is attempting to. Pressure the Russian government for Justice Former was murdered in two thousand nine in a Russian proven with the American. On forcement apparatus Beveren to hold Russia accountable for packing up leading Democrats and others are just posing fake online personas in order to try to influence the electric and while I certainly can understand why the, president would be frustrated at the. As of yet unproven charge of collusion is often drag up there and he didn't do any of this and that you know the Democrats won't let it. Go he should be able to separate that from. What I think is now incontrovertible fact that Russia hack eating Democrats and then distributed at them. On the internet that is a terrible invasion of privacy of individuals it's. Terrible stepping over the line in terms of meddling in the US election in wild questions certainly try to do the kind of thing before in the Soviet era it wasn't Okay then and out of a now and you know for Trump failure on this. Sort of knowledge even though he tried to walk it back is again. I'd say Mind-boggling you write that he's created another Charlottesville moment, how so Well. Real probably Charlottesville was a moral equivalency between people were protesting a group, of racists in white nationalist came to Charlottesville over confederate statues and then the people demonstrating. Saying cues And when you said there, are very fine people on both sides McMahon of nauseating And I think that it's similar in that on the world stage at Helsinki the president deems almost Elaine The, problem with, the US relationship is found on both sides and that Russia attacked, you sort of indicated that you know we had some blame in that and that is the kind of In, foreign affairs that we associate with, people like Noam Chomsky or rush Rush fringe. Figures for the president of the. United voice to that kind of thing it. Just really the gut check these are not our values for most Americans I. Don't think most Trump's. Supporters what you've been agreeing with any of that so it. Is extraordinarily I have refrained from speculating whether Russia has something on him, I think you explain this in some ways. Because Trump has these conviction, but he wants a better relationship with Russia there are arguments about that but, there is still no, excuse for this kind of moral equivalency between Russia which really right, now you don't have to characterize it a predator state and United States which is the world's most powerful nation that is the anchor of the system of free trade Mitchell I mean..

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Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains

Purity Products

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains

"Online this is talk six fifty i heart radio cordova sacramento nbc news radio i'm john jeffreys us north korean officials are taking another step toward the return of american war dead the two sides reportedly met earlier today the talks were initially sent for thursday no north korean showed up in the demilitarized zone between the two koreas the return of the remains of servicemen killed in the nineteen fifty two fifty three korean war was a key point in an agreement reached last month between president trump and korean leader kim jong un meanwhile the president says he's not expecting much from tomorrow's meeting with russian president vladimir putin in an interview airing today with cbs news trump discussed the twelve russian intelligence officers indicted by the justice department last week or hacking into the democratic party servers and emails in an effort to influence the twenty sixteen election trump said the democrats had themselves to blame for getting hacked they had bad defenses trump also said he thinks having meetings with people like the leaders of russia china north korea can lead to good things john jeffreys nbc news radio new york state department of health is now officially backing the legalization of marijuana nob laden has the story the state health department handed governor cuomo seventy four page report that comes to the conclusion that the positive effects of pot outweigh the potential negative ones cuomo who in the past called marijuana gateway drug says he may be more open to legalization now record basically recommends legalization for the state you have more control yeah the health department report laid out more than a dozen reasons why the state should legalize the drug while at the same time finding new york generate close to six hundred and seventy eight million dollars a year in tax revenue noam laden nbc news radio new york california fire officials say a firefighter is dying while battling a.

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Supreme Court Labor Decision Wasn’t Just a Loss for Unions

Michael Medved

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court Labor Decision Wasn’t Just a Loss for Unions

"Amac dot us that's amac dot us help your country while you're helping yourself and speaking about helping our country if president trump appoints as many people expect either judge brett cavanaugh or judge amy coney barrett we will be a very fortunate country and i do believe that judge barrett will find herself confirmed now will there be people oppose her confirmation sure there were last time she when her confirmation came up she went before the senate judiciary committee in october of last year and they ended up voting on a party line vote to recommend her she ended up winning confirmation with fifty five votes in the senate but here was some of the interrogation and that's what it was of judge barrett by judge dick durbin and judge dick durbin of senator dick durbin and senator would be a not senator dick durbin and senator dianne feinstein who by the way is not a lawyer actually interrogating judge barrett do you consider yourself in orthodontics catholic i am a catholic senator durbin when you read your speeches the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you and that's of concern when you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for for years in this country okay the problem the dogma meaning the dogma of the catholic church lives inside you does that mean that the the other five members of the bench right now they're five supreme court justices right now who are roman catholic and does that mean that they should have been disqualified to here's the way the judge barrett responded in part it's never appropriate for a judge to impose that judge's personal convictions whether they derived from faith or anywhere else okay that's exactly the point you can have personal convictions she obviously does but the whole point of the constitution is those are your convictions you don't force other people to follow them and you don't force the law to follow them and at times you don't disqualify laws based upon your personal convictions you can't do that only based upon the plain text of the constitution that's what another devout catholic named antonin scalia taught meanwhile there's one other indication that i need to share with you which is just so encouraging and it's front page of the new york times today and it's just wonderfully encouraging and it's about why the supreme court issue the issue of the next justice in court is so crucial at so vitally important the headline says supreme court labor decision wasn't just a loss for unions and then the piece by noam scheibner says the supreme court decision striking down mandatory union fees for government workers was not only a blow to unions it will also hit hard at a vast network of groups dedicated to advancing liberal policies and candidates some of these groups work for immigrants and civil rights others produce economic research still others turn out voters are run ads in democratic campaigns together they have benefited from tens of millions of dollars a year from public sector unions funding now in jeopardy because the perspective decline in union revenue and then they quote director of move on dot org the progressive movement is a navy they're trying to take out our aircraft carriers no trying to take out your aircraft carriers were trying to take out is the force funding of those aircraft carriers by people who don't support them you see this idea that this is a blow at unions wiser to blow it unions it isn't it's a blow at union's ability to force people to pay for stuff that they don't want to support now already they are saying that oh no no no you're just supporting collective bargaining this article in the new york times shows that the unions habitually the public employee unions are using their union dues for all kinds of partisan political activity and of course it's always on the left congratulations to justice kennedy on his role in this last crucial decision of his service we'll be right back on the medved show it's time for medvid on movies josh brolin commands a super secret cia unit of brunel trained killers who are now taking on the mexican drug cartels in sakari oh day.

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"noam" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"noam" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Abandon a hillsdale superstars feeling like a pop star any bad jumping in the pool in that ain't got on no bra on a transnational screaming now noam got it to a car garage you only guy sees the kids your wife he say i'm looking like a house green tristar smith's out on a cost you know you are now garage involving trek star smoking blooming women only split up on your own nineteen z ninety four nine music the base station for music discovery one hit music lena gomez back to you.

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"noam" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"noam" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"It is giving agree with everything you say i like peyton manning a lot noam got the no willsie signed with the broncos know his mom and his dad they've been very good to me but this happened and if i'm payton manning skip i walk away from this opportunity because i will either leave they'll be other opportunities for him to join a group if he wants to if he wants to do so in purchasing team yeah if i'm the carolina panthers i would tell them it's hard to tell somebody wanting to pay you two point six billion dollars yeah but he can't be included because there's joy mentioned too that hashtag m doubleo you got really strong so if i'm payton i walk away if i'm keira because you don't want this because guess what i don't care who the majority partner peyton manning is the biggest name and so every time in how this came to be how do the carolina panthers become available for sale will this happened and now you're gonna turn to an ownership ownership group that has peyton and his greatest peyton manning is being this unfortunately is following him but my question is get how lone i mean is this going to prevent peyton from every time something comes available it's like well he did this is documents but is this this perpetuity i mean the ever going to be able to get a job i mean if he ever going to be able to own a group i mean that's that's a fair question but again the irony this one is it's this team because of this dry right it's so wrong that it's the worst situation i totally agree if i'm payton skip i walking away from this situation now that doesn't mean because he is peyton manning he has cachet clearly he has the money to buy a minority share in any franchise but i'm walking away from this because of the circumstances of how this have this game available don't want you don't want this because importantly he's a minority he the minorities would be if you're holding.

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"noam" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"noam" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

"From from from from either from either party you know yeah so with that being said do you have in you don't have to say who but do you have any airlines that you're like shit noam not flying with them there i i mean it you know i mean i mean i eat futterman or a cool joe double loaded question yeah right i mean i feel like i feel like i here's what i'll say i feel like i'm impressed that united is is is still an airline that's what i will they did suspend their pet program other than obviously service dogs they in their entire pepper graham so right but i mean i just mean as a like as a unit in gentler they've kinda they they messed up a lot i think they messed up last year with you know dragging dude off a plane yeah there's just there in n i'm not gonna say that i like i'm not going to say that it's cool that that a lot of you know airlines are mistreating passengers because i also feel like sometimes passengers are responding sometimes they ask questions or they do the end they do things and i i i totally empathize with with her a flight attendant is coming from because they do that kind of thing all the time every day on like people who travel all the time they're not they're not like high maintenance internet because they get they see it but it's people who have like eight flight and they're like oh one going home to wherever and aramco visit wherever they think that the her like i cross the come combinations in coach or the reason to behave like beat demanding or even just be inconsiderate enough to not like we're role in this road trip together and she's we didn't choose to be having this like we also are none of us are in the brackets where we can fly privately.

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"noam" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"noam" Discussed on Channel 955

"Of improv go rock star guessing is smoking stop maintenace shot naming abby nina hillsdale superstars feeling like a pop star any bad jumping in the pool in ain't got on no bra bet on a streaming now noam got it to a garage kids that your wife he say i'm looking like a host green always on a in a you know you are not hard chart chart time garage star star i always be smoking women us only.

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"noam" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"noam" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"You thinking about that now tell me this what's the weirdest thing you've ever had autograph you know the tattoo thing is ah since i'm older my life span and the championships have been there and the fans have been with me for a long time i've been signing a lot of skin lately that then goes out of that gets turned into permanent so when they go back to you when they come back to you what are they say when they come back to show you the tattoo how's that go man their pride either you're so proud of it you know at what what puts a lot of pressure on me is when i know obviously noam signs begin what it's going to be um you know my my signatures gonna change a little over the years and then when you're signing on skin than the pressure of knowing its forever um i there's a you know a feeling about getting it right and i'm not sure i've got in the mall right have you ever look at your own autographs and salt man i can't even read mile name that's all will years all you do put to jays right you don't get to allow the return and you now now now three jay and i am eli and their onsun they don't even exist anymore it's just too jus de at least given like a forty eight or something yeah i've actually work third oregon 48 and now i can't read well i i understand that now one thing that our listeners may not know unload nascar fans are aware this but our listeners may not know that you founded this cycling phenomenon in nascar racing you got deal junior on a bike wearing spandex you even got tony stewart all of bike words spandex how have you managed to do this what kind of jet are montre que viewpoint on all these race car drivers that they find cycling.

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"noam" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"noam" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"The savage spokesman noam now ranked it'll win okondo head or make a claim a sip been on a codeine brain in my mind listen just my case listen i told my chuck wedding ring opponent he's got tremendous and let there hoan location was raised saudi each of south repairs now lamentable placing on a beach followers a frankly gm of the land fifty eight t h month i stress on tournament wangled punk speech rainy saturday mild john lewis got a negative way rush is private case dan von braun becker rotation chris palmer gone through the translations oh my listen no my speech listen all my colleagues trump fuck a wedding ring up on least least he's got these unload their whoah mocha she was raised audi ag saatchi pickers my pillow this is my role is home is my zone oh my deuba raymond royal corning nick don breasts no not biz dress no month g meet paulo on joe focal baton nor ring my name is how you follow the jewish these sales polo by new beach late polo h let me rumer willis coverage type dissolved bhutto judo mainly away my savage conscious in my case listen all my conscious that no my eggs positively since on my name trump fuck a wedding ring up on at least guy whoah mocha she was ranked audi ag saudi takers donald iraq were you work trai.

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"noam" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"noam" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The savage spokesman noam now ranked it'll win okondo head or make a claim a sip been on a codeine brain in my mind listen just my case listen i told my chuck wedding ring opponent he's got tremendous and let there hoan location was raised saudi each of south repairs now lamentable placing on a beach followers a frankly gm of the land fifty eight t h month i stress on tournament wangled punk speech rainy saturday mild john lewis got a negative way rush is private case dan von braun becker rotation chris palmer gone through the translations oh my listen no my speech listen all my colleagues trump fuck a wedding ring up on least least he's got these unload their whoah mocha she was raised audi ag saatchi pickers my pillow this is my role is home is my zone oh my deuba raymond royal corning nick don breasts no not biz dress no month g meet paulo on joe focal baton nor ring my name is how you follow the jewish these sales polo by new beach late polo h let me rumer willis coverage type dissolved bhutto judo mainly away my savage conscious in my case listen all my conscious that no my eggs positively since on my name trump fuck a wedding ring up on at least guy whoah mocha she was ranked audi ag saudi takers donald iraq were you work trai.

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"noam" Discussed on Thinking Allowed

Thinking Allowed

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"noam" Discussed on Thinking Allowed

"Noam on known to the top ravi shirt that way the world around the tray helo we're going for an indian over a chinese or a greek has now become so commonplace that easy to take restaurants for granted not to wonder how they got there in the first place not to ask questions about their division of labour larry laboraties class and staters we're all these matters and many others addressing the find new book called in the restaurant society in four courses needs author christoph rabat who is professor american service at the university of paderborn in germany he's a with me now on the line from that university krista hershey uselessly back to that recorded because i made in the rest are my realized rather surprising ambition gladdened spoken to about the food really but there is your book makes clear restaurants at least originated neville and much to do with food anywhere he did they tell me back to it 1800 parrish right it's are very strange spaces the restaurants are and say in paris in the 1760s is right before the french revolution and you're looking at the streets and the masses are on the streets and they're all hungry right the just wipe calories great things to eat no matter what and there is this new space the restaurant and you would think that people would go there to just eat in a giant plates of meat or whatever but what they do because this is the cultural and economic elite they sit there and they just sip broth or bouillon from these dainty porcelain cups are because you know that's all they can stomach because there are there are the elite right they're not hungry so it's really a status symbol to go to the restaurant to look at it yourself in these giant mirrors and the food is really secondary it's it's just about being there and not being part of the hungry masses so tell me about the development of restaurant little bit more history about them i mean if we talk about who talk about when restaurants first came to london new saying that if the holding the gallon peres but what about when they arrive in london what will they like lin.

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"noam" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"noam" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"And she didn't say anything negative she adam leave one i want to share what it was his idea i actually turned it off after a couple of seconds because i don't want to get drawn back into a relationship that is not healthy for me some people may be able to handle stuff like that but i can't and has just not healthy for me and i felt fine for like five hours even shared it my support group that i didn't feel anything and i wonder if that was just my brain and my body giving me a blast of noam to absorb the feelings when i heard her voice again and now that the numbers wearing off i'm feeling the sadness and the depression iron on but the this is what i've it feels for her in selfindulgent to be talking about this um but that's probably the mean part of my head the thinks that i don't have any value and what i have to share uh can't help anybody and the intellectual part of my brain knows that that's ally that it's important for all of us to talk about this stuff but um the last eight hours i've just felt so tired and sad in a way that um it's uh i don't know i don't know how to put it into words it i think what makes it even more depressing to me is i thought i was never going to experience this again that's that's it more than anything and i think this is where.

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