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"nobre" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He's going to be at the free throw line shooting. Three free throws here on that foul on Justin Smith. Anna's doing some nice things offensively here. But you've got to continue to understand the scouting report defensively and not let us spot up shooter. And right now Aaron thousand for north west been that guy he has really lifted this northwestern offense here when they needed it most and has been able to maintain that lead on Indiana because of how good he's been. Vows goes to the free throw live with four three point field goals tonight one here in the second half. And he was fouled on his last attempt that he knocks down the first free throw. This guy had not shot a free throw. It tells you how little played this year. Until that one right there, and he has two more color. It's the second fourteen points for Aaron bows zone. Who is a shooter? No question about that. But have seen little playing time leading into this ball game tonight all season long. He hit all three what a night propel zone. Scripting Puerto the game forty six to thirty six in the leads. Now, Ted got a lot of work to do. Here is Joel mortgage works on pardoned down low throws it up through the foul. Offensive foul. They call off XY follow. Unbelievable. I gotta see that replay there. Defense is late slide Nobre might have been too deep as well. Had the driving miscall there from the bows zone was the guy who grew it and here comes northwestern leading by ten. Here's foul zone outside the AJ Turner turnout dribble. Set coupla times gives it the foul for three rooms at going. Ball rattled around and popped up in the air and drop dead zone. Eighteen tool away from his career high guys played almost no minutes this season. Here's rob off. It goes right side, a Romeo. Langford rise lost. It gives it up to now off the fantasy fantasy back out to Justice. He goes right to Durham Durham slides to the lap polls rise right guest adjusted Smith into the lane. He tried the Dunkin he was fouled. Foul-caller goes against the cats. Whistled this one. Nice strong, Dr Smith there a little dribble. Handoff faction to men game without Durham. Grows up. Nice aggressive move. They're getting to the free throw line the finish out there. But he's going to have an opportunity here to get two points here from the foul line spouse zone. Second foul the ball game. Six points for Justin Smith and seven thousand hits that free throw. Justin tonight is knocked down all three that. He's taken all the free throws here in the second half. Bryan, Taylor checks into the lineup and AJ Turner said staffer arrest. The other thing is thousands playing quite a few minutes. And you wonder what kind of condition he is in. But it's apparently good. Smith hits another free throw. So he's hit four straight. The second half rob Betsy gets arrest here as Zach Roberts zip. Bringing it up the floors. Anthony gains four northwestern gains across the time line finds law pitches right side of foul zone zone. Throws it back out the gains gains slides to the right. Here's the bats pass off the law. He's in the circle gives it back outside the Taylor. Brian Taylor goes right with a pastor fouls on he throws it the gains. They almost went over and back gainst came up with it. He drove it inside fumbled around it goes to and he hits another one as the horn sounds that is on believable and Aaron foul zone has twenty one points a career-high. Now, it is fifty thirty eight in Indiana's down fourteen Boyd whole, and what do we got here? Another file. Against indiana. The officials now are discussing it. I don't know what's going on here. And they're chanting Aaron foul zone. They call Juwan mortgage. John mortgages picked up his third personal foul. She doesn't know what's going on. Or why would the call was paid? And I'm not sure they're going to check the monitor here. I guess it was contacted a face on that screen by Jon Morgan, China read some lips here. But. I didn't think at all when the blue that was going to be on Indiana here organized. Oh, man how we're trying to watch this replay. Don, I'm not seeing much at all. They call the foul on Juwan and pardon battling one another checking what another John's arm got up around his head. But there wasn't a hit. It wasn't a hit of any kind. And I don't know why they call the following laws away from the ball that might have been why we didn't see it. But fortunate for Indiana here this foul zone. Eric foul zone. You mentioned it has this career high for northwestern that last play was just odd the ball bounced off his academic Robert Wright to zone in the corner. And this guy is just hot right now for northwestern six of seven from three Scott twenty one points, and he has single handedly Justice mantle this Indiana defense here in the second half the end has got to do something here. To limit his touches because right now this fourteen point deficit starting to look for some worse. Here has time continued to take down. Now, the thirteen minutes left Bill here in the second half. Well, they explained that they one official was telling Archie that he used this. He tried to he used the elbow. I never saw elbow at all. I just saw the four on pop says, it's a bad call and unfortunately for Indiana because it happened before Romeo was fouled. Indiana was gonna be able to get the ball and other foul on northwestern there. Instead, it's western call on the other way. Jay forester, makes his first appearance in big ten basketball here tonight as he comes out of the floor Jawad sits down with three and Indiana filings itself at a fourteen point hole is Vic laud rebels near midcourt slides of rights afoul zone on the corner. And now, what are we have this calls against northwestern thousand going out of bounds? I think that's that's the call. Leave the playing field so to speak to get open. What was it? Doing a nice job down their running. Multiple screens for fouls zone. He's gonna come out of the game. Thank goodness. They were chanting his during that time out here while they were reviewing the place and wellwisher. He's got twenty one points a new career high his previous this year. Best was six points. I think it was scored in one ballgame. Across the timeline with a ball. Indiana has a dig has to dig deep here down fourteen thirty six to go. Here is Romeo drives right to Al burrow back to Romeo. He goes baseline pulls up little twelve footer going. Forgets his seven point his second basket of the second half. And he has got to get some stops here. Rare. Across the time line goes left side with the past the Turner j Turner pitches outside a Taylor. He fires up a three at a rattles air. Unbelievable. Five points for him. Rather? Followed side, and in the end, I guess another foul another charge on Indiana, running the pick and roll, Jay forester. Pop the ball, another API, call here Greer, the defender from the weak side might have been inside that semicircle. Check who made that last basket. It was at Turner. Here's Taylor Taylor. Okay. That's what I thought. He's got five points now with the balls Greer outside the Barrett Benson. He throws it the gains on the left side back to Turner. He drives right. Dumps. It all throw it away while goes out of bounds to belong to. Northwestern basketball. They're making every play. It's ridiculous. He plays. They're breaking down every single time down the floor. Northwestern able to make some kind of a play on the ball. And we have time out with eleven forty five left. Indiana is in a world of hurt. Once again this team is really struggling because I can't make shots. We'll be back in a moment..

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"nobre" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on Movie Crush

"The body can a movie crush Chuck Bryant here next to Noah Brown sound so pleasant today, Chuck Mr. Nobre on stir Chuck Bryant as I live and breathe. You just realize we didn't sing it all in that last episode is that a thing we have to sing in every episode, and you have to mock me for being a Harry Potter fan. We well know and poke my whole. We we don't always sing. But it, you know, we've talked about this. It seems like we end up singing. That's true a lot. Sometimes for no reason, you just have to say. It comes from the heart a love that introduce you to the dance movie. Yeah. A few weeks ago? Yeah. The dance movie is it like is it like a drumline movie is like one of those man, see a dance movie. No, see footloose, for God's sakes. Is it like like one of those movies from the twenties with the big cakes and stuff, and everyone's yeah, it's a big kidding swimming? What it is. You know, what I'm talking about shock? Yeah. While the Cohen brothers got to sort of duplicate that in hail Caesar Scarlata. Yeah. I must have been so much fun. Yeah. Have you seen ballot of BUSTER Scruggs yet by the well, my friend that is on stream this and this very episode? Good to save it. Okay. I love that. Have you seen it? Yes. Well, we're going to do a little mini cross to judgment than all, right? Social studies is what we're going to start out with though everyone. Social. I asked you all few weeks ago. He could ask your favorite actor anyone question. What would that be? And he would go at DC Hoover Goodwin. He says I would ask Matt Damon? Why he never wrote another script after goodwill hunting. You know, what I have a theory about that?.

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"nobre" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"You anxiety like trying to make up a lot of where you at what you got to be doing for the next couple hours God forbid girls days over, and you gotta wake up in the morning and answer the phone call from your wife and your face down. What you kids off of that shit like, and I'm not a good liar. I don't lie. Well, right. All right lie. Right. You know, what I'm saying fuck around and be like who in the room, which you. Your cooking gnocchi toes. Every time you lie your corns grow. I don't have those Do you you line. line? You've got the surgery January sixteen they shaved down. They say shaved it out. You know what I'm saying? Oh, that's not bad at all down. John good. But I'm having surgery January sixteenth to remove. But like who got time to be about who fucking shit is corny like it's actually a waste of time is the waste of energy is added stress for no reason. Yes. And for me, you know, my life has been great depends. A couple of years mine and my goddamn business, really. Don't miss it at all. No, miss it at all. Well, not even a little bit. Because it's really just a it's it's a my ever look in the EMS every once in a and to see who shoot shots, but nobody that you don't get girls shooting their shots, man. Once you start once you start putting once you start saying member, the faithful blackmail community, and you're married and all the girls. About this crazy of that. It's motherfuckers they have love songs about their wife. And then ladies pastors get the M's. That's because they're still entertaining. They're still inviting that energy into their line airy passers. Yeah. Have you still fucking women, and you still acting like books can get his shot. But Mary passers don't do that. They preach fidelity that's part of their religion Bishop Eddie long approve preached against homosexuality as well. But he was he was getting that long down a little boy he was dick and down and he's dead now. But you know, oh my goodness. Which? Oh my goodness. I don't know. Just like sorry. Sorry. Let me tell you about ideals meal. Allstate cannot ask anything of Cardi until he becomes the change that she wants. And how does he prove that does he get a new girlfriend that he's faithful to and? And for at least a year, and then break up with her and get back with you know, what I'm saying like, but trust me women Nobre, they know when you cheating women. No when you doing dirt and women. No when you are walking, discreet narrow really because if I'm out of town now, and I'm motherfucking doing exactly what I'm supposed to be doing the Texas different. Really the call the different. You know what I'm saying? Like any like, Bobby like, I'm going to sleep cool. You know, what I'm saying is different. Like, I'm telling you women. No. I don't know how they know what they Nobre they know an Eugene. And they know when you're doing what you supposed to be doing. So Taylor you've been cheated on right count. Tell it to did, you know? No. They don't like you. They don't like xactly what I was saying last episode or saying. About learning his lesson. Everything that you expect you how you are magazine swim..

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"nobre" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"You anxiety like trying to make up a lot of where you at what you got to be doing for the next couple hours God forbid girls days over, and you gotta wake up in the morning and answer the phone call from your wife and your face down. What you kids off of that shit like, and I'm not a good liar. I don't lie. Well, right. All right lie. Right. You know, what I'm saying fuck around and be like who in the room, which you. Your cooking gnocchi toes. Every time you lie your corns grow. I don't have those Do you you line. line? You've got the surgery January sixteen they shaved down. They say shaved it out. You know what I'm saying? Oh, that's not bad at all down. John good. But I'm having surgery January sixteenth to remove. But like who got time to be about who fucking shit is corny like it's actually a waste of time is the waste of energy is added stress for no reason. Yes. And for me, you know, my life has been great depends. A couple of years mine and my goddamn business, really. Don't miss it at all. No, miss it at all. Well, not even a little bit. Because it's really just a it's it's a my ever look in the EMS every once in a and to see who shoot shots, but nobody that you don't get girls shooting their shots, man. Once you start once you start putting once you start saying member, the faithful blackmail community, and you're married and all the girls. About this crazy of that. It's motherfuckers they have love songs about their wife. And then ladies pastors get the M's. That's because they're still entertaining. They're still inviting that energy into their line airy passers. Yeah. Have you still fucking women, and you still acting like books can get his shot. But Mary passers don't do that. They preach fidelity that's part of their religion Bishop Eddie long approve preached against homosexuality as well. But he was he was getting that long down a little boy he was dick and down and he's dead now. But you know, oh my goodness. Which? Oh my goodness. I don't know. Just like sorry. Sorry. Let me tell you about ideals meal. Allstate cannot ask anything of Cardi until he becomes the change that she wants. And how does he prove that does he get a new girlfriend that he's faithful to and? And for at least a year, and then break up with her and get back with you know, what I'm saying like, but trust me women Nobre, they know when you cheating women. No when you doing dirt and women. No when you are walking, discreet narrow really because if I'm out of town now, and I'm motherfucking doing exactly what I'm supposed to be doing the Texas different. Really the call the different. You know what I'm saying? Like any like, Bobby like, I'm going to sleep cool. You know, what I'm saying is different. Like, I'm telling you women. No. I don't know how they know what they Nobre they know an Eugene. And they know when you're doing what you supposed to be doing. So Taylor you've been cheated on right count. Tell it to did, you know? No. They don't like you. They don't like xactly what I was saying last episode or saying. About learning his lesson. Everything that you expect you how you are magazine swim..

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"nobre" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on The Talk Show

"If it was bad. It's gonna digits. Unlike it he did. He he hadn't read the book beforehand, and we had a very I thought very interesting conversation after the movie about it was like. To me. This is good parenting. It's like we had a very like an hour long conversation about movie versions of books, and and worse that you know, there's there's a lot of people who just have their take on. It is the book is better than the movie, and that's their tickets the north star. And that's it. And and like that's not a good take. And we you know he'd seen the shining. I think he's even read the book on the shiny. I was like the shining is, you know, maybe the canonical example where the book is excellent. And the movie is amazing. And they're totally different. And, you know, the author of the book had because it was different had bad feelings about the movie, and then he made his own version for television. And it was all. Yeah. Right. Do you ever see that? I actually it's funny. Never did. I've only heard about it like apocryphal. And I don't know what even made me watch it. Because like, for example, I've never seen the movie two thousand ten because it is it's like. What's that word when you're breaking a religious law? Oh, well, not verboten. Taboo are Nobre. I know what you're talking about. But it's not coming to me not come to me. But that's what I feel like that. You know, you can't just make unauthorized sequel to two thousand and one what the hell's wrong with you. So I won't I won't even watch. It look at it was Isaac Isaac Asimov was not alive. Right. When the no not as them off. It was thirsty Clark. Because you're thinking I'm sorry. Excuse me. Busy clark. I apologize. Yeah. But he was he alive at the time. They meet two thousand ten I can't remember. I don't know. He wrote the book, you know, he he certainly I read the book in and I'm almost positive. I did see the movie, but it's in the sort of in the hazy reaches of my movies watching passed..

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"nobre" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hour number two of our little show. You haven't heard not long ago. There was. An odd political fight it actually led to the most political spending of any local campaign in history of the city, and it was to force. Uber drivers into background checks Nobre made the public relations disaster. Move bailed out they come back. The rest is history. Now, oddly enough, you have Uber drivers behaving badly stories. Including political fight, including. This goes back to the ward theory just shut up. You don't need to be talking to people. Hey, what do you think about President Trump? I mean, I know. I know what happens, but. Not going to end. Well. L you get an airplane. Just shut up. You get an Uber. Just shut up. So I don't know which who started the discussion, but it didn't end. So well, no, it didn't so Cording to the reports the Uber driver and the passenger get into a political argument. Probably listen to the show. And. If I remember if I understand this correctly, the Uber driver pulled the knife. The passenger said something political. How the Uber driver put down the knife. And then smashed him in the face. Yeah. That's what you do when Saturday night or getting that over what the heck?.

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"nobre" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Once it worth. Motorcycle accident. I'm like stop paying on it. Oh, so it's totaled. Is it gone? What's it worth as it sits? Really? Look it up. They gave me. But it's torn up, right? Yeah. So if you could get the eight hundred bucks out what you'd be great, right? So is that for sale yet? Do I know it's on Craigslist or okay? Good. Good. Yeah. So start going through and doing what you need to decide is where are you can make the most money as a side hustle. Per hour. And then do a lot of those hours. I think that's graphic arts out of what you told me. But I could be wrong. It might be photography. It could be over. But I don't think it is. So. Then I want you to roll up your sleeves start. You sell a motorcycle. What's the next smallest debt? There's no credit card. Touquet cool. You gotta cut up yet. Up in going. It's hard. But I did it you're doing it, man. You're on fire. You got the motorcycle for sale you're thinking about selling the car. You're working you doing all right steps. You just gotta get them real focused and real organized and bear down on it. Okay. Hit the hustle and grind button. Right. And. I'm a little bit afraid that you're just running out and doing Uber instead of concentrating on growing the other two businesses, which might be more profitable for you. Hustles? Yeah. It's kinda hard to just, you know, getting the business for photography getting the business for graphic arts is the hardest part. And I think you focus on that a little bit. And because I think you can make twice per hour. What you're making Nobre Ober slacker default button, and you just fall back into that. Because you don't want to go try to gather up the business. Yeah. So let's do a little bit of self marketing here. Believe in yourself. You're probably good with that camera. Your visual arts guy. You're probably great with the graphics your visual arts guy. It's what you do your creative. And and so I think you can make the most money that way to a little bit of marketing of yourself there and push that out there, and let's try to double your income this year with the side hustles, and you do that we put another forty grand on this ninety in.

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"nobre" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"What's it worth? Motorcycle accident. So I'm like stop paying on it. I. Yep. Oh, so it's totaled. Yeah. Is it gone? No. I wasn't worth as it sits. Really? Look at look they gave me to grade. But it's torn up right storing up. Yeah. So if you could get the eight hundred bucks out of what you big right, right? Great. So is that for sale yet? Do. I know it's on Craig's. Okay. Good good. Yeah. So start going through and doing that what you need to decide is where you can make the most money as a side hustle per hour. And then do a lot of those hours. I think that's graphic arts out of what you told me, but I could be wrong. It might be photography. It could be over. But I don't think it is. So and then I want you roll up your sleeves and start. You know, you sell the motorcycle. What's the next smallest debt? Credit card to K cool. You gotta cut up yet. It's hard. But I did it. You know, what manual fire? You got the motorcycle for sale you're thinking about selling a car, you're working. You do all those right steps. You just gotta get them real focused and real organized and bear down on it. Okay. Hit the hustle and grind button. Right. And. I'm a little bit afraid that you're just running out and doing Ober instead of concentrating on growing the other two businesses, which might be more profitable for your side hustles, Greg. It's kinda hard to just, you know, getting the business for photography getting the business for graphic arts is the hardest part. And I think you focus on that a little bit. And because I think you make twice per hour. What you're making Nobre and over like default button. And you just fall back into that. 'cause you don't wanna go try to gather up the business. Yeah. So let's do a little bit of self marketing here. Believe in yourself. You're probably good with that camera. Your visual arts guy. You're probably great with the graphics your visual arts guy. It's what you do your creative. And. And so I think you can make the most money that way a little bit of marketing of yourself their push that out there, and let's try to double your income this year with the side. And you do that you put another forty grand on this ninety in two years. You know, you're in a half you're going to be done with everything student loans car payments credit.

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"nobre" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I mean, I is the show as a platform for something stupid, but I'm glad when people are able to the show as a platform for something positive that is meaningful to people you're shows are stupid. Well, you'd have got you have to say that your your Minnesota nice am survivor night, but it's still stupid. You know, I listen to every podcast leading up to me getting on the show. I did puzzles all day and listened to rob as podcast. Yes. Okay. Well, we deal. What we said that you've been through a lot. All right. Then one other question for you. Speaking of being through a lot. Let's go to our good friend, Edwin, hey, what is good Sunday in rob at Wednesday here. I was just wondering what you thought about survivor fans using her name for terrible puns in fantasy team names. For example, Rob's teams is any given Sunday Burke west. A couple other examples would be like a tribe called Burke, west lazy, Sunday request. Total request live the Pittsburgh Steelers, bequest love, deeper quest, Brooke Sunday for quest for fire request coast offense. Taking back Sunday request. Jordy Nelson day, perk, west, see my vest. See my vest made of real Sunday request. Our quest was one totally cotton ridiculously request. With per question Wildcats. Easy like Sunday request. That's a little rude. Yeah. Officer my under progressed western cheetah Sunday, Bloody Sunday request south by request Nobre quest for the wicked. You must phrase your response in the form of per question anyway, as a couple. Thanks for taking my call, stable, crushing it. All right, Saturday. So Edwin Redford's us. I in a fantasy football league where half of the teams have a variation of your name as their teammate, inspired way. My my my several year running team name of any given Sunday Burke west, the actual team in the lazy Sunday Burke west. There is a Sunday money. There is a Sunday Burke quest for fire, a tribe called Burke quest and total work rest live. Yeah, you're blowing my mind right now fantasy league. It's I don't talk about it a lot because it's my worst fantasy team that I but. Got it should not be a reflection on you Sunday. No, I don't like that lazy Sunday one. Is that the one you're you think that's not me and that's and that's the SNL skit, lazy Sunday. So. But you have the people are doing puns on Burke west also, which. Have no idea. Tyre thing was going on. I should be platter thou really right this similar to like the March madness bracket, but you did. Request they request March madness. I, I think I should start getting some royalties on all the times. My name is thrown out there. It looked good to be popular. Well, it is. Better be talked about the not talked about disagree. I don't know. I my mind just blow now about this whole league missile these names, but wow, as long as they remember, I'm Minnesota nice survivor. Nice that. And I'm looking for knowing though that have you know when when people meet you and then they hear your name is Sunday your whole life, you know, hearing like, oh, like like the day. People make jokes. Jokes because I know that it's annoying that anytime like somebody like somebody says, like from that, if I meet a stranger in somebody says like, oh, did you know he was on survivor? And they say, oh, well, did you survive that drives me crazy. And I hear that like once a year and it's annoying so is does that get on your nerves Sunday?.

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"nobre" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on KSRO

"He's the executive director of the climate science coalition of America, which is an independent non political association of scientists and concerned citizens focusing on informing all of us about the realities of climate science and energy economics his book outside the green box is in my hand right now. Steve welcome to the program. Good to have you with us. Very good night to you, George. Great to join you just mentioning climate week with just wrapped up in New York. What do they do? Anyway. Well, they they had a lot of people. There are a lot of dignitaries their goals from the website where that they were running to race ambition reduced climate change and accelerate climate action. Some big notables. Tony Blair, former prime minister of England spoke a Ban Ki moon from the United Nations actor, Hugh Jackman. The wolf man Nobre in Spokane. So quite a quite a bit group. Also, a big public relations deal. They claim five hundred thirty five million people were reached and three hundred news articles written so kind of an interesting thing. But I would and and a lot of the folks there, I think believe. If they change light bulbs. They can save polar bears. If we all drive electric cars, we can stop the oceans from rising. And if we build a wind turbine towers, we can make the storms less frequent and less severe, and George we live in a in a modern age of superstition. There's really no empirical evidence to support those sorts of beliefs. So they are definitely man made global warming proponents, aren't they they are. I've never been a fan of that. Because you know, I I think one Stephen I think you agree. We're polluting the planet. There's no question about that. And we need to fix that. There's a real pollution. We need to fix. That's correct. I don't think the pollution is causing what they say made climate change. I think we're in solar cycles. I think this this planet has been warmer during the dinosaur days, and we didn't have cars and all the carbons in the atmosphere and anything like that there are at least four periods of the last ten thousand years when it was warmer matter of fact, it was about two to three degrees celsius warmer, according to a geologist eight thousand years ago when we've been gently cooling since then although temperatures go up, and they go down, and you know, the other thing about pollution as you say, we were many people are completing what I'll call real air pollution that can harm people or harm the environment things like carbon monoxide. Nitrous oxide sulfur dioxide mercury particulates with carbon dioxide, which is a odorless harmless invisible. Gas and what I speak to groups. I like to say to them what do cannabis growers know that climate scientists apparently don't know, why do you believe that there are so many proponents for manmade climate change? Well, it's a bit of a long story back in one thousand nine hundred eight Dr James Hansen of NASA came and testified before congress, and they it was on a very hot summer day. And he said he was ninety nine percent sure that the earth was warming and humans were causing as he was a computer monitor and within a year and a half the United Nations formed the intergovernmental panel on climate change. And just three years later. We had forty one nations and the European Community sign a treaty saying they would reduce greenhouse gas. Gases. So in my opinion, the the first thing is that the world kind of jump to a conclusion quickly on this. But you know, for the last thirty years or so the computer models have been predicting very fast warming. And we haven't seen it temperatures warm just a little storms aren't stronger the polar bears are doing fine. And then the second factor, though, is I think much of this is being driven forward by momentum by money. We have wind and solar and biofuel industries. We have deans of sustainability at the university's vice president sustainability of corporations and there are over. There's over two hundred fifty billion dollars a year spent every year on renewables to try and stop the planet from warming. So the first is the world jump to a conclusion second is there's there's just a huge amount of money momentum behind all of this amazing. What's been going on lately? The last couple of days they've been talking about fears of one or two degrees affecting everything what's going on with that. Well, you know, that is really remarkable to I j Inslee governor of Washington state just posted posting article and CNN, quote, how to show Trump you care about climate change. And he's made statements saying that the forests are a lot warmer, and that's why we're seeing these forest fires. Well, we've had one degree of warming. In the last one hundred and thirty years one degree yet. And I think it came from the sun. Well, like those who but that comes straight from the climate research unit at East Anglia in England, the the number one thirty on this one degree. So so in the last decade, maybe we've had a tenth of a degree in Washington US and to say that all these forest fires caused by a tenth of a degree change. I mean that just doesn't make any sense. So people need to get a little perspective. There's probably other bigger factors at work the way, we take care of our forests, for example. Are you concerned Steve that were headed down the wrong direction here with climate change? Oh, absolutely. This is a tremendous misallocation of resources has you say there are there are major pollution issues to be solved today. Eighty percent of the world's wastewater is discharged untreated into lakes, rivers and streams the ocean. If you remember a few years ago in Brazil, the swimmers didn't want to swim in the water. And they're just building the first water treatment plants down in Brazil. So that's a real problem. We need to solve we have two billion people trying to live on to US dollars a day. One point two billion don't have electricity. We have two point five billion without proper sanitation millions die from disease yet. We're spending all this money to try and keep the planet from warming. And the bottom line is the planet is dominated by natural factors as you say oceans weather driven by the sun. It's unlikely that we're going to be able to make a measurable difference with all the things we're doing in California and everywhere else, I'm global temperatures. There's no question that the, you know, the the the groups that are pro or con what's happening with climate change keep butting heads. But I'm beginning to see. At least more scientists beginning to feel the way you do that we're dealing with a different kind of climate change. Well, if you again, if you look at at any of the well any of the the predictions about climate change, and you see a lot of articles. He saw articles written about. What was hurricane Florence? And last year we had a couple of major hurricanes. We had Harvey hit Texas. We had another one hit. I think it was Irma hit Florida. But if you look back at history, this has happened before we've had twelve years since nineteen hundred when two or more major hurricanes have made landfall in the United States. These are this is really nothing new a hundred seventy hurricanes made landfall during the twentieth century there. And if you look at the actual evidence, you don't see that's storms are either getting more frequent or stronger, the US government also has data on droughts and floods if you look for the lower forty eight states over the last hundred years, there's no indication we're seeing more floods more droughts. We had more droughts in the nineteen thirties. We have three times the polar bears that we had in nineteen sixty. So the the dire consequence. Chances are just not occurring as people are predicting and people still write these articles. But they never show data comparing the past to the present. When we come back. Let's talk specifically about your new book outside the green box. Steve Steve's website linked up at coast to coast,.

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"nobre" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on No Agenda

"Spot on nobre winter is an untold story google in san jose activists are gathering girdles annual shareholders meeting to protest plans to build a new campus in san jose the group is called silicon valley rising and they say they plan to protest google's building of mega campus that in their estimate will worsen the homelessness problem and the vision crisis they're asking google to commit to a deal that will protect residents from the impacts of tech gentrification should the tech giant come to san jose data center in the ocean amounts of information it's held involve data centers which consume large amounts at trinity microsoft has begun an energy efficient experiment by sinking a small data center in the sea of the coast of scotland for recasting jones reports whether it's uploaded a photo data joe facebook status or maybe streets music so you've probably used a data center where vast amounts of personal information now stored what did he could put older that on the water popping oak nate the tech giant microsoft is trying to do just that this white cylinder is packed with computers it was assembled in france and then brought here to be sunk we're on across scarpa flow to the deployment site but i've won making question why sync data center cooled data centers in water than on land and that means we use a lot less power to cool the data center than we otherwise would it is kind of crazy experiment but that's why we do research is to try these things sort of pushes to new places and it's.

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PRI's The World

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Did you press charges against the perpetrator no so unfortunately so sedan in those reason that we're there and it's a very weak state so the police force and the justice system are nonfunctioning and in fact in the course of my work you know working on social violence the local population i would never recommend a women go to the justice system because it would be so retraumatize ing that i don't think it would end up serving good in the end do no harm is a strong principal and humanitarian action so for myself going to local police that wasn't really an option i did try to get some sort of accountability action through unicef because he was working for a contractor venus efim fortunately that particular relationship falls in gray area so unicef has no responsibility for the actions of their contractors even if it is committing something is horrendous as rape unicef says it did tell the contractor to remove the perpetrator from any unicef assignments but that man who assaulted nobre could be following another woman around right now in some other conflict zone maybe he assaulted other women before he arrived in south sudan it's hard to know we spoke to this humanitarian worker who wanted us to protect her identity and her voice as she still working in the sector she says when she's thinking of hiring someone it's almost impossible to vet them properly because the nature of aid work is so global and so transitory trying to track down the reputation of one person sounds a little like global espionage if you don't know anyone who has been in the same organization in the same mission in the same country in the same period of time then many many times you just have no way to really check people change organizations everybody moves so it's really hard to truck so that's one humanitarian aid worker whose anonymous by request amicus stella back in the studio with me if we're comparing humanitarian aid work.

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BizTalk Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"98 jordi flies in now here's your host pierre wolf oh deep road euro boost well you okay how may i live or on your gonna turn on again i can't but anyway we haven't spent against and the special guest mr grayton gaik ruin kenyan gummy i can't camper church rogue abdul result blue the explo grounds visit that every country on earth that is pretty extraordinary and how you've been geico's been fight and i've been diversity south east asia off back with cruise ship uh for the last two weeks uh i took a celebrity cruz whose uh starting in singapore all ten going up into thailand to bangkok it patty edna nobre to vietnam with three stops including flag guy who treatment city on the second stop the uh the middle of of vietnam a place lot of american soldiers remember denying and then up to the old imperial city of way too uh one last stop in now uh a near hype formed harbor the go in to hanoi it back and and and probably the most exciting of stops right there at the ocean pierre told how long berry other thing that is one of the more ronald alone most wonderful blazes i've been to vietnam three different times on how long base with is one of these uh the stones they'll brock's going out a little water and you can take a sales uh boats mood them as just fabulous and you can sail also on may conned river where you they are also i want to last time i went there uh the may calling river delta is a very interesting rich growing area and certainly as you probably remember pierre that area is is is pretty basic it hasn't made a lot of changes in the end of the twentyfirst century so you get to see old vietnam when you.

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"nobre" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on WCTC

"A pair of tickets to catch a brand new show with cirque du soleil it is called volta and it's being held of all places underneath the big top at the metal lanes racing in entertainment complex it's basically in the area where the race track is where they run the horses they set up a tenth and they do this cirque du soleil show inside almost like a circus sikanda environment there the brand new show is called volta than any time it's say involves cirque du soleil you know it's always a pretty cool to watch but i've got your chance to win a pair of tickets the catch cirque du soleil his volta it's on friday april six at the meadowlands complex in east rutherford a your chance to win is coming up a little later this morning so already something in common with bill murphy's inauguration with our prize today phone number 7325459282 8885459282 will governor christie spending his last full day in office and i'm very surprised that it in say well today's a federal holiday so i'm going to stay home i actually went to the office and got a bunch of work done yesterday on his final day very quietly on friday i in fact there wasn't even announced until after nine o'clock on friday night another round of of gubernatorial pardons by governor christie and nobre talk and several dozen pardons mostly drug and weapons of fences of people that received the pardons but i don't know why you know why can't be done at ten o'clock in the morning or something while because than you would know about it so uh there was a laundry list of pardons at had happened on friday so the governor took the weekend often them back to work on yesterday to address some last minute things uh some uh whether it's going to be vetos weather's gonna sign and laws are there were a lot of things said that happened yesterday for example are one of the ones that showed the governor signed into law yesterday was a bill that outlawed the sale or possession of something called a bump stock now before the las vegas massacre not long ago when there was that horrific shooting at happen at that jason all dean concert in this was outside in las vegas or some one day modified a weapon uh.

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"nobre" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on WLAC

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"nobre" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on KKAT

"That i feel like they're not getting there uh voice heard that they're not hitting their way and yet going is stop and look at at the constitution says with a legislature olga of a map that says that it'll be representative at who who better to draw something where presented of the people that are elected by uh p by that people when they say it to citizens initiative it never is they wanna take it but political aspect go away from it and yet this is a political process or the deals were politics but so i i would have to argue that this is the way the way that utah is the way that is most representative of the papal two way that you will cry and people getting a fair representation but the point that i i think has to be precise it near tyre it's always been a bipartisan low the republicans report the democrats vote or you have to find a starting point the hillary clinton starting quoted you work or or at the end whatever's left over ends up being real ask this brick and that person is usually the one that disgruntled at abobo nobre where we had a bipartisan vote every time that i've been involved in at thirty years here in new york on republicans and democrats alike have voted or at an yeah there's been one uh and the senate that really votes no and two or three in the house that both know because they don't like the way they're district is gone but there's always going to be somebody at the end when it's all gone together though well i didn't get everything i want but overall it's been a very caller claire process on i have to say people have been oil her so when you when you have listened to the county and city officials about their opinions i've been surprised that some cities will say we want to have one senator were about the size of one senate district and we just want one senator well if i were them i would want my city divided so that i would have three senate districts because i've now have three senators listening.

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"nobre" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"nobre" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"With you mr also short well first of all we have to ensure that our counterterrorism authorities in our police forces have all of the authorities that they need necessary to ensure that they can identify threats before they emerge before they can conduct attacks what an what in the hell does that mean all of our 30s we need to make sure they have all the authority to make sure they can do what they need to do before they have the attacks in doubted other it's probably a little bit like london i these folks all think alike it's just like lung you are merit the capital city where the most recent terrorist attack has taken place how many of those four one hundred have come back to london via esta is just over half so we are over when you look at will when you look at the other thing people back in tip uk who haven't just been trained they've actually fort tension against our troops how will we laughing them back in without knowing exactly where they are and what they're up tse because out of all the thousands of people that we can send about surely those who've actually gone to fight the biggest risk that's one of the reasons why it doesn't make sense for the government to be cutting resources for that your marathon whole capitol today occult you'll hear that with all due respect with respect with respect with all due respect oh self said nobre and over and over again which is a passive aggressive wave saying shut the hell up i know what i'm talking about your an idiot don't ask me any questions i'm smarter than you i've got this under control even though my city just gets attacked and attacked in a on her people what countries make sure sees because we what we can do those mitch booth the resources for the police in the experts onto you instruct the police walkout unequal crescent addict here the resources here the soft resources in the instruct instructed any did what are you going to do no one answers the question oh soft can answer it nor this idiot mayor of london where they are and what they're up tse because out of all the thousands of people that we consent about surely those who've actually gone to fight the biggest risk that's one of the reasons why it doesn't make sense.

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