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"oberg" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:28 min | Last month

"oberg" Discussed on KFC Radio

"But i don't think she tried to rape you. You got raise your rate brother. Funnier terminology trying to get raped. Or she fingered me with the my. What are you gonna hurt with her. That's like you grab and just use it. Like she showed me videos of getting fucked and bup logged on her phone. He goes weird. Shit just happens to me man. I was like a sexual assault. Mahathir weird shit. Listen where the double standard is like fucking terry crews shape. We're we're all inclined to laugh about this but you guys budget walks like text. Five oberg about. This is what imagine that. Show me sit on her phone and was telling and and and some dude was telling her she was going to get something if she kept letting everyone shoot her up kissed me. Just come and someone. I've never heard just recently. I heard it just recently was so fucking funny here for the first time she was like it might have just been like tog or something. I got stop letting them shoot the club up the club. Your pussy is the club and these guys are shooting it up. Unbelievable i mean. What would you do in that situation. Just like exact thing right. I tell us i if someone was that persistent i think i just fuck them. I did you know that's the thing i like. It'd be like listen to cut it out and then the second like the next time throwing my hand like you want to ask you out. Now we're done. He has a girlfriend so we did a like that. I think that that's not cheating. You talk a girl on a southwest airlines flight because she's aggressively basically raping you. You were defending yourself. Your defend yourself. Alya choices you're dead. The most peaceful non resistant way out of this was just fucking this. I had a buddy wants awkward four hours. Yeah this over with. Yeah i had. I had a buddy who we all had.

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4 ERCOT board members to resign amid backlash over Texas storm

Morning Edition

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

4 ERCOT board members to resign amid backlash over Texas storm

"Resign. Sasha Cordner with Houston public media says the outages left millions of homes and businesses without heat for days amid record cold and wintry weather. According to a public notice. The resignations from the board of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas or ERCOT, will include chair Sally Tell Oberg vice chair Peter cramped in along with three others. All five do not live in Texas and make up about a third of the board. Another candidate for the board, also withdrew his application. In a statement, Governor Greg Abbott said ER consul like a preparedness and transparency was unacceptable Any welcome the resignations. He also promised a state investigation into her account, which is already facing multiple lawsuits. Chambers of the Texas Legislature have hearings on the power outage is scheduled for Thursday. I'm Sasha Cord during Houston. Golfer Tiger Woods remains hospitalized in California with serious leg injuries after rolling his

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Mijon Zulu is Building a Community - burst 4

Apocalypse...Now?

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Mijon Zulu is Building a Community - burst 4

"You're such a big fan of drag race and you're really passionate about how it has changed the community do you feel like the. Lgbtq community is On the other side of an apocalypse in the midst of an apocalypse trying to go from a one phase of their history into another phase of history. I think that the in in in some ways the the lgbtq community is always in the middle of an apocalypse always trying to take us down and sometimes their agendas are more subtle than what they sometimes. They're the agendas are kind of a sneak attack. And i and i do. I do think that we kind of are getting into a place. Thankfully where you know at least in america Depending on where you live. We are kind of at the other side of an

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Mijon Zulu is Building a Community - burst 4

Apocalypse...Now?

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Mijon Zulu is Building a Community - burst 4

"You're such a big fan of drag race and you're really passionate about how it has changed the community do you feel like the. Lgbtq community is On the other side of an apocalypse in the midst of an apocalypse trying to go from a one phase of their history into another phase of history. I think that the in in in some ways the the lgbtq community is always in the middle of an apocalypse always trying to take us down and sometimes their agendas are more subtle than what they sometimes. They're the agendas are kind of a sneak attack. And i and i do. I do think that we kind of are getting into a place. Thankfully where you know at least in america Depending on where you live. We are kind of at the other side of an

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Hurricane Laura makes landfall as Category 4 storm

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Laura makes landfall as Category 4 storm

"Roof. Hurricane Laura, making landfall in the Gulf Coast over and I'm bringing along with its storm swells upwards of 20 FT. High windows of 140 plus MPH. ABC is Ted Oberg is inside a hotel as that storm passed through, he tells us about the deafening, frightening howl made by this category four storm talk a lot about what it sounds like to be in the middle of an intense hurricane. This is one of those sounds. That's not a fire alarm or anything like that. It's these doors. It's the wind. Whistling those stores. It's incredibly loud concert level loud, just high pitched whistle as the wind whips through the pool area. And in through those doors, the storm is losing some of its strength. Now, a category two

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"oberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"oberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You do the same this Scott Oberg good do good good relief pitcher to the you know fast ball command and not afraid to throw inside I I think Goldberg is a really big part of that that middle inning in relief corps of the Rockies there's a really good the article in the it looks like the Arizona Republic by Dan Bickley he's the premier sports writer in Phoenix legendary sportswriter down there talking about the governor opening up the state and he said the governor's banking on hostile weather meeting the hot weather in Arizona weakening the legs of a pandemic and he said I like his odds he said seriously we are world champions of social distancing in the summertime he said you want to see a ghost town drive around Scott still on fourth of July is itself so hi good so that makes sense it makes sense it doesn't make sense he needs he said he's they're banking on it sounds like the heat will kill off this virus at least down there that would be can that that you could have baseball down there he also mentions this Dave he he he he mentions football he said the governor's actions confirm that Arizona is a safe haven for the NFL it means the cardinals can start training camp on time I it also means that the cardinals might be asked to share their facility with the forty Niners while the other two California franchises relocate to Vegas and Denver respectively I want to talk about that you heard yeah you heard that song up interesting he wrote that in the article so these California teams in there make it pretty clear California is not open for business you might see these other pro sports teams in California relocate but listen the the governor can I mean he can govern the state of California other news tonight and I think by and large anybody who's followed what California has done has given props to the governor because he's he got on in front of this thing they've they've done a very good job by all accounts in mitigating the rise of this virus that said if they make the decision to basically shut down the state with respect to allowing sporting events forget about the fans there but just allowing the events and I said this back in March the the NFL is gonna play it would take a catastrophic event even more so than what we've already been through with this epidemic for the NFL to say listen we're just not gonna have a twenty twenty season and if that means those three California teams play their home games elsewhere we talked about this March that's going to happen so feels like it no yeah yeah it feels like it then I wonder if they'll if that happens if you see these California sports team say Hey we're going to move to Denver we're gonna move to Phoenix I wonder if then the fans there and people will start pushing back a bit on the on the governor I think you're gonna start seeing that soon anyway how do you look at Tom Ilan mosque we talked about him yesterday didn't hear much about him multinational moves enough and he he's a media Darling I because I didn't do anything the the state didn't do anything to him I don't see any of the big media people killing them you know on their newscast looks like he can do what he wants to do it doesn't suck to be lawn musk with Jeff and Armando joins us on cable news radio morning Jeff how are you yeah I mean instructions any help or more we reduce all right away I miss I miss a conversation last week on worries on yeah so Rick you might notice you guys do you remember because I'm from California to members show in the seventies called emergency fifty one vaguely yeah okay Larry Zarco was aghast on that was like an industrial accident and he got gas and he was still on fire men all over the place and me and my brother were this like going crazy or it get it out of me the series against so he was a guest show and sure actors and all that but Larry was just top the people around you remember how he played football but another guy you guys remember who I thought was an excellent football player for the dolphins was Jake Scott play everywhere J. Scott safety place safety been fact checked Scott was on that that unbeaten team he and Dick Anderson former see you all American with two safeties for the dolphins but didn't ever tell Jay Scott as a wide receiver to and do partner turns or anything like that I don't ever remember remember that no I don't I don't think so I don't think he ever played wide receiver Larry Siple okay was the partner in Larry was a receiver somewhat but Jake Jake was a was a safety with the number eleven J. Scott was thirty or thirteen I think he okay update on the lan must Alameda county give Tessa it's blessing on the condition that they maintain minimum business operations that's nice of them out there you go the date if you're a small business owner don't try that by the way and implement all recommended implement implement additional safety recommendations so they said yes they can open they said yes that'll be his new slogan eleven twenty five at the time day breaking Kathy good morning a Keighley news radio and the I heart radio app right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but.

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"oberg" Discussed on That's My Favorite

That's My Favorite

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"oberg" Discussed on That's My Favorite

"To start using energy. Right it starts burning Like ATP right that that that store of energy in the cell and that creates heat but because it's such a small motion at such a small reflex it doesn't take a lot of energy for movement it's just like sort of this vibration to kind of create a little bit of warmth from your cells to the rest of your body to to get at just a little bit of heat going when you're very very cold you know you're not like flailing around wildly when you're shivering right it's like it's just like a very very confined a very small range of movement but then shivering does create a lot of heat and in mammals are the only ones that do it Bumblebees actually do that as well. They'll they'll shiver their flight muscles when they're very cold. And they they which is Kinda strange to think about because you know we think of insects is being cold blooded but this is something that they're doing with their body to generate their body heat so they're kind of like a kind of a little bit of a partial endothermic rather a partially you know Regulating their body temperature not just relying on the environment. So shivering is a good one Also like if you've ever wondered okay you see ducks and geese getting in the in the water pretty much no matter what the temperature is right right. Yeah seems insane. How are they not freezing? How how did their feet not freeze off? I can understand if it got all of these feathers. It's like for it. Keeps you insulated? How their freeze ray? So the way that their feet managed to Or or the way that they don't you know freeze to death. Just from having their feet in the water is that they are Has To do with the way. The circuitry of their bloodworks. Okay so you know. We've got We've got veins. Arteries right in our body arteries carry blood from the heart to the to the extremities to the organs to wherever it's going the veins bring it back to the heart. Okay in a lot of animals that have to deal with cold temperatures. You get what's called a counter. Current heat exchange explain okay. Thank you battle like escalators. Okay you have an up. Escalator and a down escalator right. Okay if you had two people going up the If you had people coming from upstairs going downstairs they could. They're so close that they could hand something to the people going upstairs on the way down right. So let's say you know they're you know you've got everybody is taking an you know an apple. I don't know taking an apple F depending on the down escalator but they wanted to put that apple back. They handed it to the person going on the up escalator. As they're passing each other okay. So it's kind of like you're handling things over. That's how their veins arteries work. They're so close together. That has the arteries okay are pumping blood to defeat. The heat is actually passing from the artery. Into the vein. So it's basically the warm blood that's that would be going into. Their legs is dumping the heat off into the cold blood of the vein so it never actually gets that far away from their the core of their body. So they're all the warms. They're not actually pumping warm blood into their legs because that'd be a huge waste the just go into the water right. You're just the you know. The cold of the water would would lead all that heat out of legs. That's insane. It's really strange. Yeah I mean it's like you see you see this as well with With like Wales to okay you know Like baleen whales blue whales. They have to take in a massive amount of seawater very very cold seawater into their mouth. How does that not drop their body temperature? Because under their tongues they have that similar kind of counter current heat exchange. So the you know. They're they're managing to keep that warm blood close to the core of their body where it really counts. Doesn't matter if they're leg they're cold as long as they're not losing a bunch of heat well flippers in this case Flipper flippers for whales for ducks. Yeah that they're not losing a bunch of heat into their legs and things like that so it's a really weird really weird at a very specific adaptation for that. It's very specific with. It's it's such an elegant solution and a lot of ways. Yeah it makes a lot of sense right. Yeah that is so cool. Yeah there's kind of like the easy. The Opposite Kevin. Opposite thing for that for for animals that get too hot. Okay all right so so what about so. Yeah what about the other end of that spectrum? What about for really really hot weather and hot climates? What are what are some cool plant adaptations for that? Ooh There's there's a lot of really cool adaptations and plants for most of them have to do with water loss because a lot of these places that are extremely hot or they get extremely cold at night our deserts. There's not a lot of wild water disliking around you know it's a valuable resource so the first one I think. Well I'M GONNA start with my favorite actually and then I'll move into the other one. That's what we're here for. My absolute favorite I love. I was introduced the first few times I visited New Mexico which you can imagine is there's some very wonderful desert parts. It's beautiful state. Yeah I there's a reason I think their whole state thing is beautiful New Mexico. It's absolutely gorgeous. It's awesome yeah. It's a great agreeing trip through that state. Just it's a cool Dr. Yeah Oh yeah no. It's awesome so one of the things. I was introduced to that. I was absolutely fascinated by was mosquito. Mosquito okay yeah sure mosquitoes. So mesquite is Well for those. That don't know it's in it's in the family so it's Is that is that the P. Family like Legumes Jones? So yeah it's been it's been around. It's been around for a while. They are their native north. America specifically like the southwestern portion of the united sure. Yeah they were. We had a lot of them When I lived in Texas Texas that had view So to kind of describe him there this they are typically tree but they can be more like a sh- big shrub he kind of tree to road right. They don't get terribly tall. Yeah Yeah I think the tallest is like. I'm trying to think how tall they can get. Think well depending on the species they can get some of them can get a little bit taller honey. Mesquite can get like fifty feet tall. Oh well that's that that's awesome so they they've been dated back to you like the pleistocene-age so they've been around for a while. So they have wonderful adaptations and specifically to desert shrub land desert environments so. They're really good at that but they have an adaptation that are prairie plants. Have that a lot of plans have when they're adapted to places that they might not get water very often which would be an extremely long tap. Root Oh okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah because you gotta get down to. The water is right and you want to conserve whatever water loss so sometimes being down the ground cooler. It's not like it's up towards the surface where evaporation happens much more readily so that makes a Lotta sense but honey mesquite like. I mentioned earlier. I think depending on how you got those. I like. Honey mesquite honey. Mesquite is the first thing that most people think of when you say mesquite because those those trees I mean they're everywhere they're in Texas all through like panhandle of Oklahoma all that area you have to go a little bit farther south to get them but they like. I said they can get up to fifty feet tall. That's that scratchy big. They provide a lot of shade for other desert animals. But they themselves they have. Because they're in that P. Family. They've got leaves. That are also kind of lance late. Yeah they're very skinny. Leaves they are and that's for the same reason as pine needles. It's to it's to have less surface area and minimize water loss. But it was evaporation but they also have some cool adaptations in the way that they grow. So if you lose the main trunk you can actually get new buds forming from that main trunk so you get underground to start with you end up with this. I've seen where farmers have cut in because they don't want the mosquito tree there because they've got forums on them to not fine. They got thorns. They got these long seedpods looked like being pods online shirt But I've seen them where they cut off. It's it looks like six trunks on this. Really tight cluster. Because they keep putting up these new underground buds whenever they lose those trunks so even if they suffer some damage they're able to recover from that which is insane kind of yeah kind of like having a spare. Yeah interesting sir. Trunk almost yeah. It's it's a little weird I like I like screw. Bean mesquite myself. Screw Screw Bean Bean. All right I've never heard of this here. I'M GONNA have to show you a picture here. Ulchi that it's the C. Bod's instead of growing this very long thin seed pod. The seed pod grows in a tight spiral guess. They look like little caterpillars. That's cool so it's this. It's this really tight spiral that they grow in part one of the theories is it is to kinda minimize insect predation. So it's it's harder for like for insects like weevils and things that we normally burrow into eat the seeds because these these evolved with alongside megaphone and things like that. They want these seeds to be eaten. Because that's how these seeds germinate is through scarf vacation of being eaten and going through the digestive system of animal right. Okay Yeah like locusts turn. You know there's a lot of a lot of good examples of that so they want so. They want animals to eat the seeds. They don't want them to be eaten by LITTLE INSECTS. And then nothing happens. So it's a weird thing. It's they want the seeds to eat but by the right by the right thing. Yeah Yeah So. But what's fun is the plant itself also grows in a clockwork spiral. It does it dies so cool so these I I just love that fact. They've got twisty seed moths. And then the branches grow in a twisting pattern as well like Ma drunks. That's that's really neat. It's really really cruel. So on the other end of the spectrum when you think about desert plants I also really like these are cactus but more specifically I like prickly pear cactus. Oh yeah absolutely. I love prickly pears. Not Not because I like eating them necessarily or eating the fruiting fans but I just like the shape I like the shape a little bit better than things like barrel cactus or other ones because they have more there have a few less spines and hairs to them. So they have that more succulent. They are a succulent but they have that that flesh year kind of appearance to them. So that like all other succulents that's for conserving water. That's to prevent louder loss. Absolutely they're like they turn out to be a pretty good food source for a lot of things too right because they're not. I guess they're not extremely spiny so they're accessible but they still hold onto a lot of water right exactly and they do like you mentioned. They do have cactus. They do have spines.

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"oberg" Discussed on That's My Favorite

That's My Favorite

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"oberg" Discussed on That's My Favorite

"I don't even know where to start. Obviously you know for animals that are going to live on land right classes you need to be able to manage. Extreme temperatures hot and cold e need to be able to manage Wet and dry climates. Okay and Yeah a lot a lot of adage and takes a lot of effort so let's see where to start. Obviously climate is a big driver of all of that right climate and weather. So what is the difference between climate and weather? Has I know. People tend to use them interchangeably. But they don't mean the same thing in all the right. Yeah no they don't okay so the way I've I've heard some different ways. One wanted way is climate. Is What you expect weather is what you get heard that right. So it's kind of like the climate would be the average conditions over long periods of time that you'd expect to see a region sound like a trend. Basically like like you know here in here in Kansas. What would you? How would you describe a summer in Kansas extreme? It gets pretty warm against. Hi Todd Hot. In the summer we have it. It's frequently. It's cooler in the winter off. Those seasons that we fluctuate between. Yeah absolutely so Yeah but the weather okay. Could vary right Quite Richard Very radically You know sometimes we even did snow in April here right and it happens. Okay so you know. Despite what the you'd expect to get it's not always what you do get I guess another way I've heard it is like a guy walking his dog. Have you heard this one before? So it's like if you think of somebody walking their dog trail. The dog is like he's running around. He's going from side to side he's sniffing everything that he comes across. But the person you the human are still going in the same path. So you're like you're following a predictable lines so you'd be like climate. Your dog would be like weather so even though you're following a predictable path dogs bouncing all over the place. You just don't know exactly what it's GonNa do on a given day Gotcha. That's a really good way to explain it. Yeah I didn't come up with that somebody else.

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"oberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"oberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"By fourteen sports is we check it would be K. get ready for the NFL draft yeah this is going to be a busy week for John Elway the Broncos in the entire NFL world is the draft will take place Thursday through Saturday I was U. quarterback Joe burrow who won the Heisman in route to a national title and have the most record your college football history's a presumptive topic Peyton manning the number one overall pick in nineteen ninety eight by indeed told Hannah storm on SportsCenter yesterday that borough called them up seeking advice on how to handle being the first pick what I told Mr Jones we are the first pick in the NFL draft you were going to a team that has really earned the first pick in the NFL there are gonna be so some holes there there's a reason the Bengals are picking number one this year so other people have to step up you have to give him some help of course we here in Broncos country not worried about what the Bengals are doing at the top more so what Denver's doing with the fifteenth pick in the first round will have wall to wall coverage of the draft and everything the Broncos do all weekend long right here on K. way beginning Thursday at six as baseball continues to wait like the rest of us to get started back up give players more time at home with their families Rockies reliever Scott Oberg is no different the team player rep joined voice of the rocky Jack Corrigan yesterday on ko inside it's he and his fellow union rep Charlie Blackmon's job keeps teammates informed it kind of comes in waves with a lot of information you know I mean we have to jump on a conference call or the blast out a couple of text messages to the team check out the pendant on things so you know we're always is kind of making sure that we're paying attention and you know keeping everybody abreast of the situation that's sports embracing crystal and Kelly news radio home of the Broncos bus.

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"oberg" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

Burn the Haystack

12:54 min | 1 year ago

"oberg" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

"We hear you because there's been some pain and trauma over the years and that was a big one and Alan white reflected things a little differently after some of that pain and trauma so we could do the same thing with Ellen white sentence or two that we're just now doing with Matthew and Luke and we need to before we come up with kind of grant teachings that tell how people how they need to shape their lives right. So would I mean I guess before we move on from the Matthew and go maybe a little bit more and tell home. What if we are going to dive into that Do you have a better way that you would translate that if Pasta Chris did heroin translation soon of the diverse. Do you have your own. You do it. I think that Megyn Peterson's pretty close. I don't have in front of me but I if if this isn't his language in its mind fine if it's his we give him credit but kind of grow up in love Get Your Act together in love. I just gave you a lot to think about kind of the five the two chapters from Jesus in Matthew five six seven But embedded right there. I think that five forty eight kind of summarizes all of it grow up in love. And you'RE GONNA be persecuted if you love this way. Because the Kingdom of Jesus is necessarily upside down the Kingdom of Jesus is is necessarily inside out the Kingdom of. It's it's contrary to the way we would normally shape our lives for success. Grow up in love That's that's how I would translate five forty eight. That's cool. I like that translation. And you'll be doing the rest of your life. I'll be doing it for forever. I won't get it all right And I'll be persecuted for trying. Isn't that crazy like oh by the way the people who persecuted me. They're gonNA come for you because you care about this kind of love. Yeah well this kind of see I mean the whole like I mean if you're taking from the it's almost like love love like your father other has a lot like show love like your father shows love which is like you can strive for that but you can never love the same way someone else you can strive to reproduce it in your in life off but it's something you'll always be working and it's always be trying to expand upon something you always get wrong and maybe three steps forward and two steps back. That's that's how I growing love work so I guess you're reminding me of like the book of Leviticus In in around Chapter Nineteen you you know when they call the whole camp together and they all get these instructions on how to live a holy life right. I think this is maybe these are some of the voices of the predecessors In the story like the AH the early tapes. I think we may be misunderstand. The instruction given that day when the nation of Israel shows up and says in Leviticus like they're all called like nobody. Nobody can take a skip day. Get Out of your tens everybody get here. Everybody's boys girls Vienna children. TEENAGERS YOUNG ADULTS GRANDMA'S GRANDPA's ever ever when it says all that's what it means you. Are you a priest. Are you a peasant. Get here and then they're told be be perfect and the instruction isn't as Y'all way is perfect. It's because y'all way is perfect. This is just like a huge distinction attention. You can't do God do your human life in light of what God is doing God's life. This is a huge distinction. Shen but I think we sometimes hear that versus be perfect as God is perfect. Yeah right it'd be holy. I'm sorry in Leviticus as God his Holy Holy Now it reminds me of pulling theology like when he saying you know that we are growing glory. Glory you know like that whole idea that this is not A finite game but it's an exponential game that we are not called to get to a certain endpoint but that we cold to exponentially grow in Grace and glory and love according to that original imprint that original garden of Eden Ideal. You know I think that would be in in keeping with the word the word tell. Tell us tell us. Retaliates is used actually also in kind of Greek writings and Greek philosophers that that point your point towards a direction of completion or the goal or you know. How do we see this turning out? So what you're saying is consistent with the. I think it's earlier uses. No that word. Yeah I don't know I think then not the end of the day when we have to work all this Out In our relationships in our homes and with our children and our grandchildren in our churches. What is this thing this voice that keeps coming back in our head that tells us we're still not good enough off right? We're still not. We're still not getting something right. And those are really hard tapes to undo. uh-huh yeah yeah super heartaches on new undo even if we knew where they all came from it. You don't just turn up today and say stop thinking that way. Stop thinking that way so we were talking earlier today about Maria Maria Condo. You want to do that. Oh yes do. Let's talk about the Netflix sensation of last year. Right or before we did a whole church service on this a couple of years ago we actually had all the pastors up front with kind of you know the thing we would give away if the church could Marie Condo. Wow Wow like think of your life and experience with the church put it all out. Take it all out of the drawers and closets and put it on the bed and evaluated and thank you for it service and put put it back or release it right. We had a ton of fun a couple years ago on this topic and we gave some things back like somebody gave. Back Pathfinder Camporese. Ah that sounds like it's not doing that anymore anyway. We gave back a lot of interesting things. We wanted to give back back portions of the investigative judgment but we didn't have the courage to say understandable. Anyhow that has led me to think more and more and more about this like committee in our adventist thinking and in our rituals and our spiritual practices and disciplines that we do what I mean by that I mean like the rhythm of going to church and the rhythm of brain and the rhythm of sacred conversation like this and figured meals and Sabbath time. Maybe we could hood evaluate kind of all of this and there are some things we need to release so Maybe we could release this idea from. I'm kind of adventist experience and the the treasure chest of theological ideas of the last generation. Theology we've been talking about this away or a couple of ways you know with the people here this week. If there's this idea of EPA genetics in the science community in the social sciences community. There's a big old word EPA genetics addicts two words. Hey Greek thank you Greek for helping us all right. These are some Greek words here but when but this whole idea that our genes are are informed and shaped by experiences that we've had science and biology is taken off on this topic and it's a huge field of study really worth our time if it is things that have happened in our family in the past. We're learning that. There are residuals of that manifestations leftovers of that second third generation forward right right so if we had a big starvation in country one year we can find descendants of those people with challenges in their body because jeans were shaped because of things that happened in the world right. That's the big old field of epigenetics. Hopefully in like thirty seconds there's enough context there to ask this question. Those of you listening you tell us later. was there enough to talk about this Kapadia. Okay Google if you Google that you'll you'll get tons on stuff immediately. Yeah you'll get tons of information and then that will give you some traction. What if we've had some shaping right of our own agonised agonised genetics? What if we've had shaping of our own adventist theology what we have right? I mean my my grandmother's prayer from how many years ago from forty years ago I can still here in my ears. Little songs that my father or mother taught me or stories that I heard people tell or you know what if I wasn't even at the eight hundred eighty eight can't meeting. But what if the residuals of those arguments in adventist history still manifest somehow today and they've shaped our adventist experienced. Today I call this theological EPA genetic slogans a term. I'm playing around with. I think it's curious and fun to think about. What is is it? That's shaped who we are today. That maybe hasn't been healthy you. Haystack people who like to burn things. Like what could we actually take check out of the drawer with Marie Condo and say thank you for your service. Now you go to the Haystack site and we're going to bring you the cleansing fire. Ah Washes it all away but I think what I love what you're saying here. It's because it's not that it was bad and it was always bad and it was bad to begin with now and it was evil and we just have to get rid of. It's like maybe it actually served a purpose at a point in time and maybe it's just that it doesn't serve the same purpose anymore and maybe it actually wasn't that biblical to begin with right. Yeah these things. Emerging community usually from crisis right. I mean the Protestant reformation is because of crisis most great theological thinking emerges at the edges of crisis of some kind we come up with new ideas progressive life for at Fratton Adminis- Progressive Light Progressive Truth revelation the same way Maybe this one wasn't actually all that biblical sound but it emerged at a time in the forties fifties. Whatever ever where we're hey it's not 1901 anymore when this thing the structure was created in Ellen? White's been dead for awhile and we'll we're still here. I think that's maybe the warning sign for us where we have to put the bumper guards or the patterns on when we anxious in this old world that God so loves as like the creatures the broken fractured creatures and Gods Story. When we get anxious here we really do? Try and solve God's story then it must be us. There must be something we can be doing. So if that was thinking going on at a certain time in our journey I think it's going on again right like we have fresh Asia outbursts of this in the last five years or so all over again. We seem to be struggling with. But are you sure like maybe with your friends Jesse. Let's see we're supposed to be going out to the country and stockpiling and separating ourselves. This story is from forty fifty years ago but I literally people bull who are doing it right now. They are out there in the Bush intense in cabins. Because that's what they believe right so then you know. Every generation has delivered delivered on story out right. Every generation has to wrestle these things all over again we forget in our long adventist journey that we've talked about things and then left them. I'm to the side and when we run into them again. They're not all brand new. They've got a history. Many of these ideas have a history and they come to life again all over in a fresh new generation ration- It seems like that's where we are with. Gt and do you think some of it's because we're just were agitating like this old world is still here. Yeah I think we I think we definitely struggled to relate to the ever changing -ness of of this world. It's it's it's very strange to May a to belong to a faith movement that started with the expectation that this is all going to be wrapping up very soon. He just gotTa the jump on board. This train is heading to glory. And you just gotTa be on that train and yet here. We are one hundred fifty plus years lighter On the train and the destination is nowhere in sight. At least. That's what it seems. It's it's very strange to me to belong to that. Yeah yeah it's kind of almost like A. Yeah I think I think the kind of panic innings audio of it sort of like. Why are we still here? Why is this still happening? What have we done wrong beginning to take it on yourself? Yes it may. Maybe we have to be perfect. Maybe that's what we need to do. Maybe we need to do this. We uh-huh maybe I'll believe that we need to just go back to a pint. He's dig deeper into that. And maybe maybe if it was in a different time maybe today maybe everybody would be like well if you only ate way picks and not kelloggs.

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"oberg" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

Burn the Haystack

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"oberg" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

"The welcome back to to burn haystack with Josh. And Jesse Jesse and I'm Josh and this is to help you say best Ambon the rest of your culture and faith practices and we are excited. Because does today we have. I mean this is the first interview recording for twenty twenty. I don't know if it's the first episode we released because we haven't planned that far ahead but first in house guests for for a very long time twelve months a with us here. We had the amazing Pasta Chris Oberg. Hey how's introductions let out listeners. Who aren't familiar with your name or you? Would you like to let the bow. Who You you are where you from what you do? Yes sure I am from southern California right now. I've lived there about a long time. I pastor I pastor a local church. I'm the last year of University Church. I'm the lead pastor there in your eleven well and kind of that southern California life has been our family's life for a lot eight years now and your family is a large family. Or you know. Did you mean in numbers personal. Look we are four. We are a family of four. My Spouse Kirby is a scientist so that keeps life really alive and fund. We really live with a microscope. Honor dining table He's he's with Loma. Linda Health too young adult daughters Amanda Lisa. They're big girls in the big world old doing doing important things so four of us four of us in our family no boys no dogs. No babies at the next generation. That's it strictly anti-drug anti baby. I said the wrong thing. Dogs Dogs Voice. No babies no spouses grandchildren. Yeah you dog person. Or a capitalist easy I just WanNa take the opposite. I'M A dog. I'm a dog person. I like it a lot of most but I'm a cat person. Yeah if I had to choose one. It's probably going to be a cat. Well you have two cats Josh. I mean I can't have a dog at my rental property. Yes this is true but yeah I do cats. I would always have cats. I'm never we're going to not have kept him alive. We're going to do an hour on dogs and cats well. I did used to be a cat person growing up I I. We had family a family cat. Her name was silky. She was beautiful vicious but beautiful. But then when I got married My wife wife Corinna is a dog person. I think we've mentioned in the podcast Fawzi many times. But we've never mentioned to you. This is the first time I've heard sharing about ourselves like when you get married does do. Do you both eat meat. Do Neither of you me. Let's negotiate the household. Well you know what I can very much vouch for the fact that before we got married we we argued about whether we will have a cat or a dog. I wanted a cat. She wanted a dog Tenants out the one in that situation. We don't have a dog but we are GonNa be getting a dog because we just bought our first hyme so out of the rental market made it. Yeah out of the pit because the dogs on the way and we also argued about. I grew up on soy milk and she grew up on dairy. This one is much more important so I said well I said let's stew soy milk one week and dairy milk the other week and she said No. That's ridiculous we're not GONNA do that. And we argued and argued and argued so we we drink dairy smoke every week. That's the end of the story. Nice compromise compromise. Yeah if you could. This is from somebody who can't drink gary. I don't know why you would not drink dairy. If you can drink it well I grew up on soy milk. Might I had like a so. Yeah we grew up my parents. My Dad became adventist when he was in his twenties and very quickly. Many adventists do when they have made twenty year auto conversions very conservative like swung. Really hot right. And it was veganism. It was soy milk. It was very strict on the Sabbath. All that sort of stuff so that was kind of my context growing up but I will say they definitely yo-yoed through that a lot Some weeks it was Vegan although exit was chicken so it it was. Yeah yeah so but anyway. That's neither he absolutely what we're going to talk about today. But no it doesn't it's it's still important incur. Didn't want to ask before we get into you mentioned before like you're the late posture at La Sierra University Church mice people when they think okay Blah Blah Blah church especially for those of us in Australia and New Zealand so you don't really have any context for that. Can you describe for us what that churches like because it is quite significant. Sure happy to do that. You know southern California media is a big place right. I mean in terms of population with a lot of churches in our region and our conference so really from where I am on the university city. Campus of La Sierra University visited the campus church the home of the Church of the university since one thousand nine hundred eighty two. But from where we are you could get to do forty or fifty churches easily in under an hour on a Sabbath morning or any time during the week so we have you know we have no shortage of faith community options But this is when the campus was founded in nineteen twenty two but hey it was a group of people who came to town and wanted to build an education program. Of course I there would be a church. There was never a question if there would be a church Sometimes people ask which came first the school or the church I always answer. Yes yes because they never imagined not having church and so that's when the church was founded where a large congregation. We're one of the larger congregations in the Pacific Union So campuses on both sides. You know The baby's kindergarten through high school on one side and and then the high school or the university on the other side. So we refer to ourselves as the church between these two campuses. But we're also buried in a very very active and growing community Riverside California one of the fastest growing cities in the nation actually country or the count the State for sure but the nation as well so so we always have that in our mind to churches living communities and We keep that in mind as we think about church life. If we shut our doors who would take care of these people who live within. Just you know a few houses of the church and the campus. This is our community so we think of all those things at the same time when we think of our university church. It's it's complex and beautiful. Over seventy nations represented in our congregation. Many different languages serve many different homes and countries of origin represented. It's rich that way. That's cool that's cool and so when you started out in ministry they didn't propel you to lead Pasta right away. I'm assuming there wasn't a vote on that. NOPE data that happened. Actually here's a story for you when I was finishing my theology training. This is my second vocation right my first career. I have a degree in science nutrition and health right so I worked with adventist health systems for a while so I was thirtyish. I've decided I'm going to go back to university versity so I'm studying theology as a thirty one thirty two year old and conference said. Hey We'd like you to interview at the Church right here. Last year university church coach there are looking for an associate pastor for families and I said no thank you and they said why why not on my will need to pass my Greek exam. Like the Greek. We have a Greek exam next week. Priorities on yeah. This is how actually absolutely focused and linear my thinking was well i. We're going to do this and I got called into the conference president's office he said what in the world are you doing over there. I'm trying to raise a family. My children are this these ages. I'm going to school fulltime. You know you get yourself over there and you interview said you don't understand that these calls don't come around that often and this is a beautiful church get over there so I said Yes sir and I was in an interview the next night and they called me half an hour. We're after the interview and said all right. We're hiring you. Well I'm still WHOA. That's crazy. Said no we'll way you go finish the finish the year. We'll hang on until you graduate. So I spent the first five years with this parish as family pastor then when moved to another church for few years as the lead pastor and then came back really. That's interesting that doesn't happen every day. I don't know I mean I don't keep track of. Yeah Yeah No. I was at the another church in the Loma Linda area Cala Mesa Beautiful Church. Lovely people in other words and they called and said Hey Did you can you come for an interview and so We felt we actually really felt the spirit calling. We needed to be in a in. A university context text. That sort of my husband works with university students and to be in a space where people are asking kind of the most important questions about life we really felt ourselves pulled back to that environment. Very good very good okay. We do have something that we're going to talk about today but before we do that we we have the most important part of the entire podcast. We have question of the.

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"oberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"oberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Season gets under way on lake Winnebago today but the dinars Ryan caning says water clarity may hamper harvest numbers this year we haven't been able to get out to the front of the truck water clarity given the variable ice conditions but from what I'm hearing from a lot of spears that Arnold scouting at seven to ten feet of visibility more than twelve thousand licenses have been sold for this season five day forecast cloudy chilly tonight with a few flurries under twenty one lake front thirteen inland the wind is light just a few morning glories and Saturday otherwise mostly cloudy high of thirty two track of that snow for Sunday looking to be about two to four inches of snow across most of southeast Wisconsin five or more amount of bravado I can ship we get windy as well this is a heavy wet snow with temperatures at or slightly above freezing Monday Tuesday or sunny with temperatures near freezing are likely to remix by Wednesday have a great weekend ideologist right out of the storm team forecast in sports the market women fall the Seton hall Friday seventy two to sixty UW Milwaukee men are a U. P. you are you this morning and the books will be at the magic this afternoon are pregame coverage begins at three thirty I'm resting Oberg newsradio WTMJ red eye radio Gerry McNamara and you talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether your ability for just starting your day welcome to the show from Paul pilot flying J. studios this is red eye radio all across America and around the world eight six six ninety right ideas for me and I'm Gerry McNamara good morning in the news had I not fired James call me was a disaster by the way.

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"oberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Patrol they're fun like office will be hosting an open house from three to six PM to showcase their work and encourage people to apply to become a trooper or inspector the five day forecast for tonight some patchy fog alight wintry mix moving in toward sunrise very light the first one freezing after that morning mix mostly cloudy high forty Wednesday partly cloudy forty five back to normal Thursday forty eight the warmers we've been in weeks but it's gonna be rainy and very breezy colder for Friday sunshine and thirty six Saturday not bad sunny forty I got it with the storm team forecast WTMJ in sports the Bucks improved to ten and three on the season with a win at the bulls Monday one fifteen to one a one they play next on Wednesday at the hawks college basketball action today UW Milwaukee man hosting North Dakota market women at UW Green Bay and UW Milwaukee women hosting Arkansas pine bluff I'm resting Oberg newsradio WTMJ hi there and good evening and welcome to the jungle had a show from Westwood One radio we're at one eight six six five oh gimbal one eight six six five oh five four six two six online finds the gimbal have a Joe dot com you would follow me on Twitter at Jimbo talks is being billed as possibly the most important week of the impeachment inquiry eight current and former officials from the trump administration will testify publicly before the house intelligence committee the potentially most significant witness might be Gordan Sunderland and Alex Marquardt explains this week poised to be the most blockbuster few days so far in the impeachment inquiry after more revelations from two key players over the weekend place Gordon saman the US ambassador to the European Union at the center of the Ukraine scandal because of his direct access to president trump someone is set to testify in open hearing on Wednesday.

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"oberg" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

"Fuck beats <music> <music> <music> so yo we got a very special guest in the house and after you like this is crazy because one is meant to be. I never thought i'd interview 'cause you've interviewed me. Minutes like something like but this is like something had to happen happened and i'm so happy it is. You'll listen everyone. We have <hes> emily oberg in the household. Please show some love to mellow niece. Emily really you also hello hi. Let's just get right into it. <hes> 'cause i think a lot of my fathers. There's no you are and then there's like people don't so act as if no one knows you right okay so tell me where you're from. I'm from calgary alberta which is a small lake. Oil town in canada. Calgary has <hes> the what's the <hes> the hockey team flames. You have flame like parochial huge hockey fan. No okay good. I hate hockey now nothing to his first of all. I know you're young but but you might tell them people hold your i'm twenty five. Oh you're twenty five yeah old north of your twenty-three know jesus. You met me when i was like probably twenty two okay <hes> so listen. I remember you saying this before and <hes>. I hate this term too but i hate the term influence her right. I mean you are an influencer. I mean i am legitimately yeah. I mean but i mean like like tell everyone what you do for a living well i would say first and foremost i own my brown sporting rich and then i consult for brands at u. Art direction in creative direction. I'll do campaigns help with branding design because this kind of helping browns with ideas and figure out what they wanna do and who they are and how to market kit to people okay so let's start with what is sporting rich. Sporting rich is a brand start as a print magazine and i recently expanded into. I guess i would say at st where but i hate bow to nah. I wouldn't think it's like because i own supporting rich. I don't think it's it's just basics. Essentials basics basic fall spring.

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"oberg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Always been a very fast very hard very quick in few the belt is not a speed burner he's a third buster Posey at second and a three two pitch the Pablo Saddam long here it is came out swinging and got Pablo to chase a pitch in the dirt Pablo breaks the furs and after trapping the ball in the dirt I another steps out in front of the plate and throws him out at first Pablo swung at ball for that the osprey delivery and he was badly fooled bring one of the strike out and got the strike out of here comes Dickerson with Crawford out on deck now the judge of that chances to get more than the two they got in the second inning Dickerson let off the fourth with a double for instance but never got past second the lead off single in the sixth inning from Posey but nothing now the infield is in all the way the pitch to Dickerson and that's a fast ball on the other third down around the knees for called strike anyone something up not necessarily pitch down that he might have on the ground here belted third Posey at second one out Oberg ready delivers very high thanks one of the inside at ninety five one ball and one strike Dickerson with two hits in the game is single the start the two run second inning rally in that double to right center in the fourth and the ripped one a lighter right to second his last on treatment swing the bat great all night Paul this right to count the pitch comes in swimming in a pop up shower and he would have to that high fastball up out of the strikes on the inside just a little bit of parental lettering and sherry but that's the way he wants something up that he feels like he could drive and not hit it on the ground now it's wanted to Dickerson news.

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"oberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We have here that anyone walking by can take a look at it take pictures of it or register with us to jump on it and give it a whirl at the summer because around the lives of our claim WTMJ here the five day forecast overnight tonight warm humid alone you're seventy scattered showers maybe a few rumbles of thunder overnight as well we'll get a break in the morning for Tuesday's eighty eighty seven in the stores to redevelop once again after the early evening Wednesday partly cloudy and he was just a few scattered showers temperature seventy five in the late eighty seven inland forty July very humid temperatures walking eighty six in the and a good chance of afternoon thunderstorms and more the same for Friday highs in the eighties was scattered storms hi meteorologist crying out for him in sports the brewers have now won three straight defeating the Reds in Cincinnati to start a four game series Monday eight to six that win thanks in part to a five run seventh inning Christian Yelich getting his thirtieth home run of the season and Gerry Jeffress getting the save these two teams play again this evening our coverage will begin at five thirty five first pitch is scheduled for six ten I'm resting Oberg newsradio WTMJ hi there a good evening and welcome to the Jim Bohannon show from Westwood One radio we're at one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six online by this is Jim Bohannon show.

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"oberg" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Or are they the assholes because they are still sending messages onstage supposed to hang out with everyone like very very easy answer. Now, like, my parents, and my grandma if you use video you actually use Facebook invites there, the yeah. Well, I think or is this girl like sixty I haven't I don't know how much. Facebook. Exer I, but I also understand it's kind of thing you have to have. So like that's fine on Facebook. Yeah. You can have it. But to us like the invite thing is crazy. It is. But all if you went somewhere, and I was like, John where are you? When you were like the restaurant like you didn't check your Facebook invites big, John what? Yeah. No. I it text me is very clearly barely assholes. Well, I think everyone's absolutely. But also, I don't know how badly her friends one thing. Because if I just didn't go to any events ever that is a much more logical. I friends it'd be like two hundred like to begin by the way, like we know you're not on Facebook wants to go to the bar on Sunday, especially if you're not even on it. If you just don't use it a step further, and when they get caught that you have planned an event you like, oh, we have a Facebook invite. Oh that could be I almost think it's an excuse. Like, we plan this behind your back you found out about it. We invite you on Facebook. The. Yeah, I think everyone's everyone's an ass. But I think I think if my friends really wanted to hang out with me, they would tax me. They would say, hey, we're going we're we have this party. Did you check your paperless post chick your invite? I e e vita ju it's like, you should just tell me. No. That's that's that's silly. And rude of the friends if you could even call them friends at all. But he might Oberg supervisor v boy spaghetti on him. Gone. Guy. I love that. I'll be honest. I'm a little disappointed that in the past seven years. We haven't got more of that. I need people to be like it's your like horseshoe feet need that not cosigning this. Yeah. Spaghetti arm. What's up? It's spaghetti arms. That's that's what we're doing voice. We Getty on your boy. Fucking spaghetti arms. This fucking place set into my ears. It's your boy spaghetti on golden. What's up? So my brothers in Neo long to hook me up with the friend little background at been two years since I have done anything with female, very sad. Not surprising going so. The friend. I'm game. I meet this girl, not ugly, but not attractive if you guys get that boat, and we spend two weekends together so far, and I just wanna puncher in the face. Totally just me off not not even joyful person at all eleven. My girl are still hanging out. There's other girls at the hooked me up with we'll always be around. So I will be seeing a lot of her demise. Should I guess swallow? My pride and say fuck it and go for it or do. I just keep aiding my wife and wounded. Better for my brother and not go for it. Spill. Let me know what you think. And I look forward to hearing your advice. Well, fuck it. Fucking spaghetti arms. Are you kidding me? Right now with this girl for three hours like should. I just like call to life in mayor. I don't know I eight or guts. What are we talking about here? Spaghetti arms. Hey, guys. I've got a question for you. There's this person. I really don't enjoy her company at all..

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"oberg" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"You ready for lebron a game plan and fight oberg i go talking about this a little bit fido bergh's making sound like we might as well just fucking not even show up he's tweeting all these people being like everyone's saying they want lebron sounds a lot like whenever we want brady he says different but it's like what are you supposed to is a fan we have them was fucking go adam i agree with you i mean i've i've longtime well this going after saving our things when you're up against one of the best you might as well go all in because if you lose it's going to suck either way you win chirping then you get all the glory what we did with the super bowl if they come back we're going to suck them out and if they don't win we run did you you have have to to do do it it and i'm not changing this is he's played great this is way different than like last year the celtics are better and they're worse this is going to be a series we'll take a big time lebron like it's not to lebron i don't know what the i bet it's about even game one's a pickle all then the cavs favorites my question lebron in series because that's the most interesting data to me right now you can't put them on tatum you gotta put up round probably jalen like because the celtics are playing well but if you take away one of their run sticks defense though what he wants to play in a good deal.

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Bloomberg, Mark Carney and Bank Of England discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

03:00 min | 3 years ago

Bloomberg, Mark Carney and Bank Of England discussed on BTV Simulcast

"He says to hear live breaking news talk on your bloomberg terminal that's a bloomberg business flash now here's leon guarantee with more on what's going on around the world good morning anna donald trump's lawyers rudy giuliani says the president was unaware of payments has personal lawyer received from several launch companies michael cohen was paid by at and t novartis a form linked to russian oligarch viktor vex oberg at and t and novartis said at hired cohen for insight into the trump administration meanwhile russia's urging summit between donald trump and flat amir putin following the us decision to leave the iran nuclear deal russians deputy foreign minister has told bloomberg a meeting would give diplomacy another chance he's going to tehran today to meet with iranian officials and there's been a major escalation that edges israel and iran closer to full blown conflict israel says it struck a dozens of targets inside syria overnight after iranian forces fired twenty rockets at israeli army targets in the golan heights israel says there were no casualties on its side global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and under symbol than one hundred twenty countries i'm young guarantees is bloomberg caroline thank you so much leon now the bank of england is unlikely to hike rates today with markets price again just a fifteen percent likelihood of a change that is drastically down from the ninety percent chance that investors were expecting just over a month ago but weaker than expected inflation disappointing growth figures and a warning from the governor of the bank of england himself mark carney of course dampened down sentiment now it's really a question of when the x rate hike will data dependency of course but will it be august will it be pushed off to november just sitting down in our lauded radio studio bloomberg's neighbor chayhitch we saw you footsie my train is already yeah exactly you're getting ready because you also get ahead down the bank of england which is just around the corner for us of course never what do we expected to happen today it's all about the split in the voting isn't it good morning curve as well because it's not just about today it's about what happens later in the year.

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Trump withdraws US from Iran nuclear deal

Chris Krok

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Trump withdraws US from Iran nuclear deal

"A russian billionaire made payments to president donald trump's longtime attorney michael cohen correspondent shimon peres says the russian has been interviewed by special counsel robert muller's team muller's investigators a we've learned have questioned a russian oligarch named victor vex oberg about hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments made to president trump's personal attorney michael cohen in two thousand seventeen ninety no proof of his claim president trump pulling the us out of the iran nuclear agreement new national security adviser john bolton a fierce critic of the agreements stood near the president during the announcement america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail we will not allow american cities to be threatened with destruction the president was foreshadowing future of iran being able to build intercontinental ballistic missiles as part of its known short range missile programs that do indeed threaten israel and saudi arabia the treasury department is readying new sanctions only wrong how tehran will react is up in the air with hardliners in the regime likely to try to create a diplomatic gap between the us and allies bob costantini the white house secretary of state mike pompeo arrived in north korea for meetings ahead of president donald trump's plan summit with leader kim jong hoon pompeo landed wednesday morning pyongyang time was greeted by north korean officials he waited a hotel before meetings board to begin a mansfield isd elementary school teacher is suing the school district or sexual orientation discrimination charlet anderson elementary school teacher stacey bailey was placed on paid administrative leave earlier this school year average she showed her students a picture of her family including her wife we believe the evidence is going to show that she was treated differently than heterosexual couples who've show their their significant others and so that's evidence of discrimination bailey's attorney jason smith says he filed a lawsuit in federal court bailey's contract was renewed but she was reassigned older students and former dallas cowboys quarterback troy aikman will open a restaurant at texas live in arlington this is the first restaurant for aikman and it will be called trolleys the restaurant will have an outdoor patio space centered around a live oak tree an indoor outdoor stage in the middle that will feature live music seven days a week at a.

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"oberg" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on From Scratch

"We that i was starting with woman named sherry oberg and she was wanted to have a company that would create new imaging agents in we'd published a pay for actually and science that lend itself to doing that she was a dartmouth graduate how in the business school she knew a guy named terry mcguire and she introduced me to him and it was probably early nineties and and she also asked if he was interested in investing in the company which he did so we've had a great relationship i'm in link you said they've probably done close to twenty companies that we've been involved in what our imaging agents you said that she developed so in this case let's say you were doing ultrasound and for certain things you can use alter sound and you know get a pretty good picture but for example if you want to see whether you had a heart defector certain other kinds of vascular abnormality and you try to use alter sound contrast isn't good enough so if you could create an ultrasound contrast station that was good enough then you could see things by ultrasound imaging that you wouldn't really be able to see otherwise and you could certainly see it with much much greater detail sufferer instance if you're pregnant and you go to get an ultrasound and are some of these imaging agents used in seeing the baby in the placenta so in the case of of looking at a baby you don't need to to do that because i think the contrast good enough but if you wanted to look at if you wanted to look at something much smaller let's say you want to look at at at our make this up the babies toe or something like that and you wanted to zoom in on it might be very hard to see with the regular picture the contrast asian might be useful for doing that by the way there is i think there are still hardly any ultrasound agents approved the ultrasound contrast agents approved i expect there will be by this or others but it's a long road to getting approval for for anything he mentioned that these have not been approved yet and affirm like polaris has been very patient it's patient capital understanding that they might not see proceeds for.

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"oberg" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"To herat berkner berkner anyone over your new one oh my god i'm almost grateful that you did this because it's just entertainment the fact that you suck if people think like people think i'm like doing this shit on purpose i'm just like no this is my daughter credibility started when i got traded at the deadline and the penguins won the cup in chris kunitz leg of twenty nine goals in like twenty games with the penguins i i am i like why don't we get some talking points here let's talk about the top and guys for the bees i mean we could see to ten that's open to anyone juca man i mean me and fight oberg by man of boston boston we fight this fight everyday on twitter this so many idiots and boston can't or won't don't appreciate to in every once in a while he lets go should have had even old i fucking carolina february and they cry about it and you know i make seven million because the fucking idiom proves gave a contract in two times in a row any proved it to them so they idiots while you call them the bruins if idiots rally it was shirley i'm not on the bruins clarify good point what's it sorelle gave the game contract here two times row you already proved that so yeah he earned the seven million so shut the fuck up about the seven main he makes the money get over it it a your money who cares it's not tax payer money he's the guy's number one and t proved the tait he no he had to step up bergereon losing them out of the bloom in nobody who got hurt i'm here and spread rumors but i'm getting texts and people who do text me saying they hear it serious note.

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Brazil's ex-President 'Lula' defies court, hunkers down

Fresh Air

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Brazil's ex-President 'Lula' defies court, hunkers down

"Fluential russian businessmen known as oligarchs to a sanctions list trump administration officials say this is the latest response to russia's attempts to subvert western democracies npr's michelle kellerman has the latest the trump administration says it's taking aim at a group of russian to have close ties to vladimir putin's government and play a key role in advancing the kremlin's destabilizing activities that includes russia's military incursions in ukraine its support for the syrian government and its quote militias cyber activities one of the well no names on the blacklist is elliott derek pasta and aluminum magnet and influential figure and energy arlit guard victor vex oberg is also being added to the sanctions list as is career shamala whose fortunes rose after he married putin's daughter officials say this brings the total of russian individuals and entities targeted by the trump administration to one hundred eighty nine michelle kellerman npr news washington burdensome office is rejecting a visa application for the niece of a russian former spy was poisoning nerve agent attack last month in england the government says victoria scruples application was denied on grounds it did not comply with the immigration rules it did not elaborate british ambassador to the us kim derek tells npr's here now the uk's one hundred percent certain the nerve agent used the poisons scruple and his daughter julia came from russia and he defended the uk's decision to expel russian diplomats as the us and other allies have also done russia is behaving outside all the accepted standards all international behavior whether in what is doing in ukraine whether in his takeover of crimea whether it's what was doing in syria orders done in seoul spree england again russia denies any involvement in the nerve agent attack in suggest britain may have actually been behind it to feel anti russian sentiment protests are underway in brazil after a judge ordered former president lula da silva turn himself into the police today and start a prison sentence npr's philip reeve says the silva's supporters are congregating at his headquarters in some paolo time is running out for the former president a judge has given lula as he's known until five o'clock local time to surrender himself to the police and start a twelve year sentence for graft and money laundering convictions that judge is sergio moto who's anticorruption campaign has made him a celebrity in brazil and beyond moro sits in a court in the.

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"oberg" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"oberg" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

"So rather than you mean the seller 100 on product and having to pay four percent in processing fees and having a percent hold for example at only giving ninety one percent of which actually sold well with sis you may have a fee of zero point zero zero zero zero zero zero zero six four bitcoin ten is on the dollar and much rather do that than deal with all these other problems so you can look at since quite ask old here's a coin here's a token i'm going to throw bitcoin added and see what happens up you need to look at the vision of the massive car world problem that this solves that's why i believe insists corner think it's agree coined that possesses shortterm profit opportunities and longterm so i have those two mentalities in any coin i look at a point like ripped which has some controversy some people believe that the governor or banks invented ripple well i don't care because right now and in the future i can create profits from don't care about that do you research on ripple ripple has a massive massive massive massive supply it along with that has a very rare industry that it occupies and that is that it is a banking coin a quote unquote banking banks are adopting ripple it's called x rp if you want to use the hyphenation four banks or docking ripple to be able to use it in the banking industry so for example if i am in the united states which and i wanna walk through a bank with ten thousand dollars they say okay i need this to get over to my buddy john in japan or in china or in south korea or in colombia or in italy or in panama or in costa rica or in hawaii or in wherever john is said i need it in his bank account butchers probably i don't want to pay the 35dollar wire transfer fee so you guys can float my money for five to seven days makes them.

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