21 Burst results for "One Commitment"

"one commitment" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"Everybody. You work with you. don't have to be. No one likes everybody. They weren't quite right. And then you like everybody to work with. Because it's just you perfect. I love me like the best for the best boss to have the best. I do think that the idea that You know it's just that it's just that acknowledgement and it. Fat acknowledgement deserves that relationship and allows you get the job done who keep the team together. Build that professional relationship to place where you know. At least you get the job because you got to get the job done every that doesn't help but i also like this mentor idea. So that the second part of that was you had said you know. Get colleagues. Go find support. I think that's really important Because asking had what you think about this so my feeling is that we all bring a lot of baggage to the workplace especially around these sorts of sensitive issues diversity issues sexual harassment because we have personal experiences that make up our response mechanisms and when we bring it to the workplace we bring all that with us and there's a check and balance the kind of goes on and is that kind of what you're saying is that it's good to get a check and balance you know. Go talk to someone. Is that kind of what you're talking about. Yeah and it's good because there's always these politics so you know you can check in with someone and say. Hey this is what was said. what do you think now. It's possible that person might not there was a problem It's possible they may not realize there's a problem for often you know similar if they're in the same identity group as the person they may not understand what racism we'll click to someone. Who is you know. A young korean american workplace but having that ability to talk to someone balance out that idea but also to work off that hurt look. I don't want to underestimate how much there is a great book that meant heart is coming out with which is talking about how you address racial trauma in the workplace. There is so much trauma that happens from bias. Microaggressions face to talk to someone to the address that hurt but then it also say that grison is equal to that person who delivered that hurts. You don't have to take it on yourself to talk to that person. The other person can go and talk to you because that is the work of allied ship right there. That's great. i love that. Well we are wrapping up our show. And i want now so as we wrap it up there any thoughts. You have any cautionary tales words of wisdom that you want to end the show today. Our listeners know. I do a lot of speeches. I do a lot of talks. I do a lot of trainings. And i think the biggest mimic gosh. There's so many there's so many there's so many ways that people don't get started. So i always tell. People is to pick one way to get started pig. One action pick one commitment. Pick one promise and hold yourself comfortable with three months right because it's so easy to say that is too hard we can't change it but once you do one thing it makes it a lot easier to do. The next thing and the next thing might even harder than the first thing and that's how you continue the work of progress. Don't just focus on. How changing something overnight focus on the steps that you can make progress and that is how. The work of change really has a limit. Thank you so much michelle. That's our show for today. Thank you for joining us and sharing your thoughts and your insights with our listeners. I thought it was really informative. Thank you so much thank you for having me teresa. I'm so happy to be here. You can learn more about michelle visiting her website at www dot michelle silverthorn dot com. That's m. i c. H. e. l. l. e. s. i. l. v. e. r. t. h. o. r. n. dot com. You can also connect with michelle via our website at sapphire. Legal dot com slash podcast. What also think our listeners. Lie radio angels. In the navy nights are workplace perspective. Team extraordinaire our engineer producer. Paul roberts our associate producer. Melissa delays see with music provided by the very talented. Dig verse. aloni. They y'all for joining us on workplace perspective and until next time keep raising the.

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"one commitment" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

06:43 min | 3 months ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"There a for sure for sure. I think at some things. So i end my career around around Fully community five. Or maybe even a fully committed seventy who knows all That's what i see. Always we see what happens in all just commandment my coaches they want commitment. I won't commitment. Usually one commitment. Seems you want commitment. So let me see what he could. Could i ask In if you don't answer totally fine. What do you walk around. Come away right now. I'm in la right now. So i got the a. visor now so i'm in hollywood so hollywood the you don't really say too much tonight is like no scales there in your hotel room. I haven't seen a scale for for months. Well i'm just wondering 'cause once like one fifty five. I understand one. Seventy though is a pretty big jump from where you're at now. Yeah i mean you should happen. You know like i said i. I love food. Decent food muay eating everything that i worked for and And we should happen on. The time will tell all and i'm i'm just loving it right house the cut like this past cut. How was it for you great. I mean super great. I mean we we just keep. I'm not gonna lie it sucks. It's cutting way you know. But we keep finding little tricks and trades that make it make it a little easier. But it's tough. I mean instead of tough cut and I just i feel good man. I i mean the my my strength and conditioning went good nutritional Fiance really got me on the right track with eating right and even offseason eating right so i just everything is firing on all cylinders right now. wanted us to question a. Can you confirm that was in fact you on the skateboard. During that conor mcgregor interview with the fire. is a very funny clip. I'm sure you saw it. He says max was that in fact you on the skateboard. Oh one hundred percent. It was funny. Because i was riding a skateboard end. Then i just happen like We know where. All the usc stuff as. Yeah you know like from the windows and stuff and we had to go. All week allergies telling one animals. Like funny like bombarding someone's interview. I was like because i can stupid riding. My skateboard like Like doing student movements and then of course connors the guy in amount like oh man that blanda a did you actually see him because you were in the same motel. Did you have any interactions with them. Now i didn't run into him at all. I didn't see him no. I wasn't able to see him at all on our ran into his coach at wiz eating dinner. One of the places on his downstairs Cavanaugh then he. John had his baby babies little cute. Little thanks Okay what did you think of his performance against us. What did you think of how that fight played out. I mean when when you see what happened in a dustin winning their did his thing Did all this did you know Dare fuzzy could. He do a certain way of fighting with with dustin Reminded him that zimei Got caught limit mindset boxing. But doesn't it is thing man you can take nothing away from. Yes do you think he needs to. Maybe go back to his old striking style. That was the big talking point after the fight that he was too flat for the to boxing like as opposed to his old ballot on his on his way. He has little more balanced Squatty kick in got some great kick saw i. I don't know what you need to do. To be honest you know i just. I know that he'd be back better than ever like he always does and We see what happens in the next few months what happens. Who do you think wins the trilogy. And don't say the best man win. lose your pick. You know both these guys very well. I i don't know it's one guy shows up. And i mean it's what guy goes up that night you know and Dustin showed up one night One night in phnom. We're gonna find out who shows up on the third in you're vocal about kind of being that guy that may be can bring hubby battle. Retirement is that it had a list of bucket list of the guys. You wanna fight before it's all said and done at the top Kabibi is Is one of them for sure. I mean as i keep telling his legacy fighting. Alan fights that cement my name forever in this sport even long gone. He's one of the guys as up there for sure. He did what he did. A is one pound for pound fighter in the world and he's retired As a lot of men saw i i would. I would love to should guard. I know we're supposed to did that. did Supposed to run at one time. I mean you can call him vice but i think so minded. His press conference was the best press conference you ever saw in his lifetime so i think it was great. Why do you think it was one of the best i mean. Where'd you there. I was there. But i want to know from your allies is crazy man. We had the whole place. Bump dan it was abi would actually Name time. Let me see era name time where we've actually talked to someone in a press conference. This guy was straight calling me. All my shit on what is going on is good fun. You got to see emotion out of kabaeva now and you know like he used it on the league. Now i'm just gonna smash you actually like this actually have having. The tunnel is a with london. I want you to think that regret. I'm saying regret in the way that most people use the word regret like. Oh i wish. I could have done this differently. But the fact that that fight didn't happen in the way it went down a couple of days later. Is that a regret a big regret for you. That's something that you still think about a lot. Main not really. I don't really think about it. You know you live. You let go you know it happens. I believe things happen for a reason. That wasn't the right. Time was on the right place for. I don't know what four but it wasn't. You know if it was made the walk did it. But you know some unfortunate things happen then not going to do on it you know. There's no there's no reason to you know. I have no control over it. You know as time moves on and you got to move on with it okay. And of course delaying the inevitable here but the big question is you're fighting for the belt next right like you're fighting. The winner of vulcan off skier teigen. That's not a question right. Yeah i mean you know then was pretty clear on what was next for me after my fight you know he did the media and this and that and everyone knows that i'm the cloud..

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"one commitment" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"There a for sure for sure. I think at some things. So i end my career around around Fully community five. Or maybe even a fully committed seventy who knows all That's what i see. Always we see what happens you all just commandment my coaches. They want commitment. I won't commitment. Usually one commitment. Seems you want commitment. So let me see what he could. Could i ask In if you don't answer totally fine what do you walk around. Come away right now in. La right now. So i got the a. visor now so i'm in hollywood so hollywood the you don't really say too much tonight is like no scales there in your hotel room. I haven't seen a scale for for months. Well i'm just wondering 'cause once like one fifty five. I understand one. Seventy though is a pretty big jump from where you're at now. Yeah i mean you should happen. You know like i said i. I love old decent food. Muay eating everything that i work for and And we should happen on. The time will tell all and i'm i'm just loving it house the cut like this past cut. How was it for you great. I mean super great. I mean we we just keep. I'm not gonna lie sucks. It's cutting way you know. But we keep finding little tricks and trades that make it make it a little easier. But it's tough. I mean instead of tough cut and I just i feel good man. I i mean the my my strength and conditioning went good nutritional Fiance really got me on the right track with eating right and even offseason eating right so i just everything is firing on all cylinders right now. wanted us to question a. Can you confirm that was in fact you on the skateboard. During that conor mcgregor interview with the fire. is a very funny clip. I'm sure you saw it. He says max was that in fact you on the skateboard. Oh one hundred percent. It was funny. Because i was riding a skateboard end in. I just happen like We know where. All the usc stuff as. Yeah you know like from the windows and stuff and we had to go. All week allergies telling one animals. Like funny like bombarding someone's interview. I was like because i can stupid riding. My skateboard like Like doing student movements and then of course connors the guy in i'm like oh man that blanda a did you actually see him because you were in the same motel. Did you have any interactions with them. Now i didn't run into him at all. I didn't see him no. I wasn't able to see him at all on our ran into his coach at wiz eating dinner. One of the places on his downstairs Cavanaugh then he. John had his baby babies little cute. Little thanks Okay what did you think of his performance against us. What did you think of how that fight played out. I mean when when you see what happened. You know dustin winning their did his thing came Did this did you know Dare fuzzy could. He do a certain way of fighting with with dustin Reminded him that zimei Got caught limit mindset. Boxing but doesn't is thing man. You can take nothing away from yes do you think he needs to maybe go back to his old striking style. That was the big talking point after the fight that he was too flat for the to boxing like as opposed to his old ballot on his on his way. He has little more balanced Squatty kick in got some great kick saw i. I don't know what you need to do. To be honest you know i just. I just know that he'd be back better than ever like he always does and We see what happens in the next few months what happens. Who do you think wins the trilogy. And don't say the best man win. lose your pick. You know both these guys very well. I i don't know it's one guy shows up. And i mean it's what guy goes up that night you know and Dustin showed up one night One night in phnom. We're gonna find out who shows up on the third in you're vocal about kind of being that guy that may be can bring hubby battle. Retirement is that it had a list the bucket list of the guys. You wanna fight before it's all said and done at the top Kabibi is Is one of them for sure. I mean as i keep telling his legacy fighting alan fights Cement my name forever in this sport even long gone. He's one of the guys as up there for sure. He did what he did. A is one pound for pound fighter in the world and he's retired As a lot of men saw i i would. I would love to Guard i know we're supposed to did that. did Supposed to run at one time. I mean you can call him vice but i think so minded. His press conference was the best press conference you ever saw in his lifetime so i think it was great. Why do you think it was one of the best i mean. Where'd you there. I was there. But i want to know from your allies is crazy man. We had the whole place. Bump dan it was abi would actually Name time. Let me see era name time where we've actually talked to someone in a press conference. This guy was straight calling me. All my shit on what is going on is good fun. You got to see emotion out of kabaeva now and you know like he used it on the league. Now i'm just gonna smash you actually like this actually have having. The tunnel is a with london. I want you to think that regret. I'm saying regret in the way that most people use the word regret like. Oh i wish. I could have done this differently. But the fact that that fight didn't happen in the way it went down a couple of days later. Is that a regret a big regret for you. That's something that you still think about a lot. Main not really. I don't really think about it. You know you live. You let go you know it happens. I believe things happen for a reason. That wasn't the right. Time was on the right place for. I don't know what four but it wasn't. You know if it was made the walk did it. But you know some unfortunate things happen then not going to do on it you know. There's no there's no reason to you know. I have no control over it. You know as time moves on and you got to move on with it okay. And of course delaying the inevitable here but the big question is you're fighting for the belt next right like you're fighting. The winner of vulcan off skier teigen. That's not a question right. Yeah i mean you know.

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"one commitment" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"one commitment" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Is Abigail Trier. Abigail is, of course, the author of a book that has now been basically blacklisted by half of the people in the media. Apparently, it is okay for the A C l U to declare the you're not allowed to read a book. In fact, books should be burned. If they if they do not actually like it, Abigail. Welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me on. So let's talk about your book. And what exactly happened with its over the past couple of weeks. It was weird. So I thought that we were done with this. Frankly, I mean, your book came out a while ago. The book is irreversible damage the transgender crazy seducing our daughters, and it came out when one of the book actually come out. It's been a couple of months. No Yeah, June 30th right. They came out in June. There's been an uptick in the number of people who have decided now that it's a great idea to either one burn. The Book of Berkeley professor suggested transgender professor suggested that it's time to burn the book. Target pulled the book from its shelves for a moment after receiving one tweet And there's also been talk about censoring the book from Chase Strangio, who is a justice advocate over a transgender justice advocate over the A C l U apparently, the value is now no longer the American Civil Liberties Union. It is the American censoring everybody. We don't like union s O Abigail explain. You know, it's really funny. The book is selling which I think really bothers people. It's sort of you know, sometimes people say, Oh, it's because of the mark. This is just the market forces. It's actually the opposite. The book is selling well, and that's what bothered them. So much on D. So literally, you know, there were a total of two Twitter users who complained to target and that was enough for target dot com to completely disappear. My book. I mean, the fact that there's so many people who are now coming out and doing this is how it all started with that right, and I'll start the kind of resurgence of interest here started with target pulling the book after literally one Twitter a complaint. It does demonstrate how corporate America has been completely taken over by the woke to the point where Literally one tweet, which which You see, my virtually nobody was enough for targets. Simply decide that they're going to censor book We've obviously seen When you book first came out. Amazon refused to allow you to advertise the book. They'll advertise any other book on any other topic, including basically why you should start transitioning your child at age eight. But your book, which is well researched and thorough and sober. I mean, it is not an anti trans book in any way you don't talk about What adults should do or what else should be allowed to. Do You say that kids particularly consort confused that we should wait? We should use wait for watching with with a lot of Children. And you point out that rapid onset gender dysphoria does exist. This has now been treated for boating by corporate America. Yeah, You know, it's really wild is that there are hundreds and hundreds of books celebrating immediate transition for teenagers. And, of course, I don't agree with that. But I would never want that any of them banned. But there's exactly one book out there that you know, did a deep investigation of the sudden phenomenon of all these teenage girls suddenly, you know, identifying his transgender. Andre to the skeptical approach to it, And that was my book, and in one book is one book too many for the activists. So Abigail has there been any sort of backed down from? I know the target back down, and they put the book back on the shelves. And obviously, they've created sort of a Barbra Streisand effect around your book. Barbra Streisand effect, of course, named after Barbra Streisand, the singer who famously years back decided to sue a guy for taking an aerial shot of her house that had literally no views. Then, the sooner she sued him that got millions and millions of views. Now it seems like the Streisand effect has been applied to your book. It's selling like hotcakes now. Yeah. I mean, look at my book selling. I'm not hurt by any of this, But of course, you know, the target can just disappear books, and they always go in one direction. You know Robert Robin de Angela's book white fragility, which, of course, accuses a large portion of our population of endemic racism. That that no one you know that they would never review that, no matter how many complaints they got, But there are certain kinds of books that the moment they get a complete they're gone. And you know, there are only a few major retailers. Now that even sell books, so disappearing books is not hard. So, Abigail, you know, I think there's a bigger issue out that this is the bigger issue, right? I mean, is that these conversations? Important conversations simply cannot be held. At this point. I've been making the argument that basically the future of the country does not rest. Conservatives, and it doesn't rest on the radical left. It rests on the question of whether liberals people who disagree with conservatives side with the radical left or side with conservatives. So if they side with the radical left in order to achieve their policy preferences, they're going to have to abandon commitment to free speech and free debate and free association. They're gonna have to abandon reliance on individual rights because the radical left simply will not allow it right. Even have a conversation with somebody like Abigail Schreier means that Joe Rogan has to be subjected to struggle sessions over it, Spotify Meanwhile, if liberals decide to join with conservatives, they may have a rougher road to hoe when it comes to convincing people that their policy prescriptions are right, But they'll have preserved the individual rights. How do you think that battle is going? I think that's exactly right. And you know, I don't know. I mean, this really made a lot of people. A lot of liberals stuck up for me and they were horrified. But they, you know, it's really important that they do do so and oppose censorship because, of course, free speech is the one commitment. It's sort of the meta commitment. It's the one that makes all other policy discussions. Paul possible. So it's the one we all have to get behind. So, Abigail, Why don't you give a shout out for your book Working? Anybody purchased your book right now? It should be available pretty much everywhere now. It is. It's available Amazon and target dot com and books..

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"one commitment" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"one commitment" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back. This is Ben Shapiro show. Joining us on the line is Abigail Trier. Abigail is, of course, the author of a book that has now been basically blacklisted by half of the people in the media. Apparently, it is okay for the A C l u to declare that you are not allowed to read a book. In fact, books should be burned. If they if they do not actually like it, Abigail. Welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me on. So let's talk about your book. And what exactly happened with its over the past couple of weeks. It was weird. So I thought that we were done with this. Frankly, I mean, your book came out a while ago. The book is irreversible damage the transgender crazy seducing our daughters, and it came out when one of the book actually come out. It's been a couple of months. No Yeah. June 30th, right. So came out in June. There's been an uptick in the number of people who have decided now that it's a great idea to either one burn. The Book of Berkeley professor suggested transgender professor suggested that it's time to burn the book. Target pulled the book from its shelves for a moment efforts eating one tweet. And there's also been talk about censoring the book from Chase Strangio, who is a justice advocate over a transgender justice advocate over the A CL you. Apparently the value is now no longer the American Civil Liberties Union. It is the American censoring everybody we don't like union. S O. Abigail explain. You know, it's really funny. The book is selling, which I think really bothers people. It's sort of you know, sometimes people say, Oh, it's because of the mark. This is just the market forces. It's actually the opposite. The book is selling well, and that's what bothered them so much. Ondo. So literally, you know, there were a total of two Twitter users who complained to target and that was enough for target dot com to completely disappear. My book. I mean, the fact that there's so many people who are now coming out and doing this, so it all started with that right? And I'll start the kind of resurgence of interest here started with target pulling the book After literally one Twitter complaint. It does demonstrate how corporate America has been completely taken over by the woke to the point where Literally one tweet, which which has seen my virtually nobody was enough for targets. Simply decide that they're going to censor book We've obviously seen When you book first came out. Amazon refused to allow you to advertise the book. They'll advertise any other book on any other topic, including basically Why you should start Transitioning your child at age eight. At your book, which is well researched and throw and sober. I mean, it is not an anti trans book in any way. You don't talk about what adults should do or what else should be allowed to. Do You say that kids Particularly kids who are confused that we should wait. We should use wait for watching with with a lot of Children. And you point out that rapid onset gender dysphoria does exist. This has now been treated for boating by corporate America. You know, it's really wild is that there are hundreds and hundreds of books celebrating immediate transition for teenagers. And, of course, I don't agree with that. But I would never want that any of them banned. But there's exactly one book out there that you know, did a deep investigation of the sudden phenomenon of all these teenage girls Suddenly, you know, identifying his transgender Andraka skeptical approach to it, And that was my book, and in one book is one book too many for the activists. So Abigail has there been any sort of backed down from? I know the target back down, and they put the book back on the shelves. And obviously, they've created sort of a Barbra Streisand effect around your book. Barbra Streisand effect, of course, named after Barbra Streisand, the the singer who, famously years back decided to sue a guy for taking an aerial shot of her house that had literally no views. Then, the sooner she sued him that got millions and millions of views. Now it seems like the Streisand effect has been applied to your book. It's selling like hotcakes now. Yeah. I mean, look at my book selling. I'm not hurt by any of this, But of course, you know, the target can just disappear books, and they always go in one direction. You know Robert Robin de Angela's book white fragility, which, of course, accuses a large portion of our population of endemic racism. That that no one you know that they would never review that, no matter how many complaints they got, But there are certain kinds of books that The moment they get a complaint. They're gone. And you know, there are only a few major retailers. Now that even sell books, so disappearing books is not hard. So, Abigail, You know, I think there's a bigger issue out that this is the bigger issue, right? I mean, is that these conversations? Important conversations simply cannot be held at this point. I've been making the argument that basically the future of the country does not rest. Conservatives, and it doesn't rest on the radical left. It rests on the question of whether liberals people who disagree with conservatives side with the radical left or side with conservatives. So if they side with the radical left in order to achieve their policy preferences, they're going to have to abandon commitment to free speech and free debate and free association. They're gonna have to abandon reliance on individual rights because the radical left simply will not allow it right. Even have a conversation with somebody like Abigail Schreier means that Joe Rogan has to be subjected to struggle sessions over it, Spotify Meanwhile, if liberals decided join with conservatives, they may have a rougher road to hoe when it comes to convincing people that their policy prescriptions are right, But they'll have preserved the individual rights. How do you think that battle is going? E. I think that's exactly right. And you know, I don't know. I mean, this really made a lot of people. A lot of liberals stuck up for me and they were horrified. But you know, it's really important that they do do so and oppose censorship because, of course free speech is the one commitment. It's sort of the meta commitment. It's the one that makes all other policy discussions. Paul possible. So it's the one we all have to get behind..

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Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:27 min | 7 months ago

Saudis sporting soft-power attempt

"November twenty eighth the green lights over the greed in jeddah will go out and the first saudi arabian grand prix will into life and though twenty formula one qasr raise a mightily impressive in the start of a race. They will need to rev extra to have any hope of drowning out throughout about the propriety of this event occurring at all a row to which this very explainer is about to make a modest contribution. Let's look at the undeniable upsides. I which one take too long in and of itself. The saudi arabian grand prix will doubtless be a splendid spectacle. It is to be held on a street circuit in jeddah the precise layout remains to be confirmed but it seems certain one part of the track will conduct formula one's spelt machines down the konishi the boulevard which hugs the red sea coast. And the saudis will certainly dredge deeply from the bottomless pit of money to rent the proceedings as sumptuous extravagant as possible. It might even be of crucial importance in the context of next season. The saudi arabian grand prix will be the second lost race of the year. So if two thousand and twenty one turns out not to be yet. Another procession led by lewis hamilton. The wheel of his mercedes come at the calendar man lewis. Hamilton starts an incredible qualifying. They could still be much to play playful when the teams arrive in jeddah. So that's the good news. Then there are the reasons why this edition to the formula. One calendar is the stuff of foreign desk explainers. It is hopefully not necessary to reemphasize the variety and severity of the ways in which the saudi regime is one of the world's most repressive. We do not have all day still less all month. It is suffice to say a regime which ethically inclined businesses would tend to regard from the foreign bargepole formula one does not appear overly troubled on this front in recent years alone. Races have been held in russia as a fan bahrain and china. None of whom would be within sight of the podium at any sort of grand prix of human rights. it is probably not outrageous to suggest that formula one's principal objections to holding a race meeting in north korea. Iran equatorial guinea or turkmenistan would be logistical rather than an ethical. So we know what formula one wants from this. What's more interesting is what saudi arabia is off to. Saudi arabia has some history of recognizing the immense soft power possibilities of formula one in the late nineteen seventies and early nineteen eighty s saudi state airline saudia sponsored the uk based williams team australian driver. Alan jones carried their logo to the one thousand nine hundred world championship. Tell checkered flag often goes allen jones. what a wonderful way to pay is nineteen eighteen world championship. Riyadh's re engagement with the sport is being pitched as part of the modernizing reformist agenda of ambitious saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman though it does not feel untoward lee churlish to note that nba if to whole saudi arabia into the mid nineteenth century have made some distinctly old school d to via for example conducting a ruinous rampage in neighboring yemen and dispatching hitmen to murder a vexatious journalist the un's extrajudicial executions investigator. Agnes calamar has just released a report at pains a- damning picture of saudi arabia's role in the murder of journalists jamal has all of which is tricky to square with formula one's commitment to respect for human rights which f. one has typed out on their website and everything it promises to it says he engage in meaningful consultation with relevant stakeholders in relation to any issues raised as a result of out due diligence. A sentence which could have been designed to lull readers to sleep inside four syllables. Human rights groups are already speaking of their hope that lewis hamilton who barring mishap will be defending his seventh world championship. Next season might get out in front of this. How has grown more politically outspoken. This year in particular among the slogans on the black lives matter t shirt he wore at this year's emilia romagna grand prix was women's rights are human rights. A repeat performance would give saudi broadcasters amusing connections. Saudi arabia is clearly keen on what has become known as sports washing the tactic beloved unpleasant regimes of staging sporting circuses. In the hope that they may distract from your moral infirmities and impressed with your economic progress in recent years. Saudi arabia has hosted international gulf tennis equestrian and other tournaments formula one one of the planet's most popular television spectacles. He's a massive step up.

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What is Natural Moral Law? with Dr. Ross Inman

Knowing Faith

06:03 min | 8 months ago

What is Natural Moral Law? with Dr. Ross Inman

"So here's the big question what is natural moral law and what does it have to do with genesis? Excellent question was I see it I go conception of natural moral law. Entails at least the following to commitments. So the first commitment would be something like this. That God has built into the natural created order a moral dimension. So just as you might think, a piece of wood has sort of natural grain to it that. So to the moral realm has a natural grain too it that's grounded in God's creation intentional purposes. So, that would be the first tenant which all impact here in a second, and then the second thing would be that God has so created human beings with unique capacity to both know and live in accordance with this moral grain for the sake of living well I think one passage that's absolutely insightful in biblically rich which I wish we had more time to unpack is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty six. You might be asking what is proverbs eight, twenty to thirty, six with Genesis wanted to help to show you. So. If you permit me, let me just read very quickly a twenty to thirty six proverbs chapter eight. So this is what twenty two says. The Lord possessed me at the beginning of his work, the first of his acts of all ages ago. I. Was set up at the first before the beginning of the Earth when there were no depths, I was brought forth when there were no springs abounding with water before the mountains have been shaped before the hills I was brought forth before he had made the earth with its fields or the first of the dust of the world when. He established the heavens there when he drew a circle on the face of the deep when he made firm the skies above when he established the fountains of the deep when he assigned to the sea, its limit so that the waters might not transgress his command when he marked out the foundations of the Earth then I was beside him like a master workman and I was daily his delight rejoicing before him always rejoicing in his inhabited world and delighting in the children, of ma'am. And now it was sons listen to me blessed are those who keep my waves here instruction and be wise and do not neglect it less. It is the one who listens to me watching daily at my gates waiting beside my doors for whoever finds me finds life and obtains favor from the Lord but he fails to find mean injures himself. So a proverbs aid is is a wonderful passage that a uses a literary device here with respect to the personification of wisdom. So the idea your calls that we have a god has this intimate companion here. From the first act of creation onwards in in its denoting the fact that all of God's creative acts from the creation of the starry expanse to the separation of male and female there founded on and patterned after God's wisdom. So God. In proverbs eight here is is depicted as an expert craftsman master Workman's beautiful picture really So he's sort sort of starts with this meticulous plan. Any sort of skillfully fashions out of an unstructured pile of material something with strength. And Integrity it's actually really interesting here in proverbs eight, we have in a mere eight verses, a span of eight from twenty to thirty. There are eleven verbs here that denote God's conferral of order structure and pattern on creation. This is what I was referencing here a natural grain to the cosmic order. So for example, God's set up. He brought forth. He shaped he made he established he drew a circle very interesting sort of craftsmanship. Pictures. Here he made firm he assigned a limit any marked out the boundaries of his creation with skillful precision. And Care. So you have you have these. Images that portray God is the master workmanship in you just can't read proverbs eight Kyle without without your mind going back to genesis one through two. So it was beautiful about proverbs eight is just naturally points back to the original creation account were I think God's skillful craftsmanship in creation is on full display. In particular, we see in Genesis a genesis chapter one God will separating things apart and he's binding them together again, his craftsmanship on full display here. So for example, in Genesis, one, God separating light from darkness, he's separating the waters above from the waters below the expanse he's separating day from night he's separating see from land dwelling creatures sue separating. From the rest of the creation, he separating male from female, and he's separating of the seventh day of rest from the rest of the six days of his pre more. So you see him not only separating apart, but you actually see him interestingly enough uniting things together as well. And I think there are three important ways your kyle in in which we see God his master craftsmanship on display in binding things together and giving them natural integrity in strength. So first of all we have genesis one, twenty, seven. When God Unites Himself to human beings by making them in his divine image were made to reflect the radiance in the purposes of God. So there's something about the way that we are constructed Kyle. that. That makes the case that God is our final ultimate end. He is our greatest. Good. Were made in the image and likeness of this being who is a relational through and through and that nothing else can satisfy but union with God's

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Seattle City Council committee votes to loan $70M for West Seattle bridge repair

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 10 months ago

Seattle City Council committee votes to loan $70M for West Seattle bridge repair

"Threats from lasers and the Seattle Police Foundation is doing something to protect them. Sherry's gag her with the foundation says they've started a got your six campaign, which means got your back. She spoke with Jon Carl's from from our sister station K. V. I. So our goal without you sick is to raise 365,000 over the next month to show Seattle police officers that the community has their back 365 days of the year. And our first commitment is to purchase laser eye protection for all SPD officers. So far they have raised more than $80,000 toward their $365,000 goal. Student teachers say they

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Trump Serves Notice to Quit Paris Climate Agreement

Morning Edition

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Trump Serves Notice to Quit Paris Climate Agreement

"At the trump administration has notified the United Nations that the U. S. is officially withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement that means one year from now the United States will become the only nation to pull out of the global pact to combat climate change joining us now in true light he's a former climate official in the state department who helped develop the Paris agreement thanks for coming on the program thank you David this was switch is a not unexpected the present was planning to do this but what what went through your mind when you heard the news yesterday well it was expected certainly and I think that you know what we see here is I think typical unfortunately this administration which is that they're they're abandoning the fight we saw this in Syria we're seeing in on climate change this is something that you know there there's no doubt about the reality of climate change in the rest of the world the United States is the only place where they're still something and we have a a leader who who doesn't even acknowledge that climate change is real and and other countries care about this when we turn our back on them and then they're gonna turn their back on us and other countries are gonna fill the gap for assistance in in the in the in the server I just I I want to focus on the message from the administration yesterday I mean secretary of state Mike Pompeii you know was not talking about whether or not climate change exists he was praising the United States for lowering its greenhouse gas emissions over the last decade while also growing the US economy and I mean opponents of the Paris agreement have have made this essential argument that it could hurt the US economy is that a risk for the United States if they stayed in this agreement no it's not in fact it's quite the opposite there was a very interesting study that was done a couple years ago by the international finance corporation which is part of the World Bank group they looked at the top twenty one commitments under the Paris agreement for developing countries suggest that the the twenty one largest developing countries their conclusion was that in this created a twenty three trillion dollar investment opportunity between now and twenty thirty so when the United States turns its back on the Paris agreement and on international cooperation what we're doing is we're hurting American businesses and we are not growing the job sectors that other countries are gonna stop in and pick them pick up I think I remember a study from the conservative heritage foundation you know when when that the accord was was first developed I mean they were projecting aggregate GDP losses of two point five trillion dollars in that state so the next fifteen years a lot of income for American families you know have to buy energy and in different ways me what what is wrong with those numbers in those projections well that that particular study was riddled with flaws it had a pretty crazy assumption that we were going the only way we could meet our commitments into the Paris agreement would be to basically if history the U. S. industrial sector and and that's just not any that could be further from the truth the other thing though that what's not taken into account by studies like that is the economic harm that will happen that we know will happen if climate change is left unchecked so about a year ago the United States released this White House actually released the fourth US national climate assessment he came to the conclusion that left unchecked you were going to see economic impacts to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars per year by the end of the century if we do not do something on climate change and and that needs to be taken into account as well when we're looking at the overall economic impact this administration is that there are other ways to fight climate change even outside of the Paris agreement I mean could states could the private sector in United States step in and and do better in this way well they are in stepping in and I think that's one of the great things that we service seen weeds grow twenty five governors now hundreds of mares thousands of business business leaders who stepped forward and said that they want to try to fill the U. S. obligations under the Paris agreement but at the end of the day it's not going to be enough we actually absolutely need a re engagement by the U. S. federal government working with working with the states and cities and businesses to try to achieve our goals under the Paris agreement and your life is a former climate official in the state department he helped develop the Paris agreement thanks so much your time this morning

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"one commitment" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"It was actually about four years ago now. And I just thought it was the honest little requests, because she had been online and saw these Q YouTube videos of these door. Belittle hedgehogs floating in the middle top of water and wearing little, you know, shark fins and little outfits and she like mom, mom. And she went to go see Santa, I wanna hedgehog, and I'm thinking, oh, Lord. Oh, Lord help me now. But I tell you, it is Ben one of the coolest little pets. So when my daughter started requesting this, of course, I want online and started kind of educating myself because, you know, even though I've worked for veterinary office for years. We do not see exotic pets and hedgehogs are technically considered an involved, Pat, so, you know, the veterinary work for, you know, a he know dodge Reinhard. Knew about hedgehogs he'd had basic care instructions, but we don't see a lot of them here. So went three did some research, and we gotta had a hug one thing that, you know, people always ask when it comes to hedgehogs is, you know, do you pet them? Are they friendly? You know, they see all the quills and they get kind of overwhelmed. And, you know, do they even make a pattern are they social? And the answer is, yes, they are extremely great pets, and believe it or not they're great pets for. Kids. It's a great pet to kind of learn how to care for pets. They are very affectionate even you know, being, you know, in this little protective shell surrounded by quills. They're still very, very sweet affectionate animals. One thing about hunch hogs is their site is not the best, but they have a very, very keen sense of smell, and a lot of times they adapt through smells. So when we first got the hedgehog before we, you know, let my daughter's it interact with it. I actually put what of her shirts that she had worn in the cage with the hatch, hog and kind of got her used to her sent and hedgehogs will attract and kind of on with people over sense. They get to know the center of your skin and the scent of your clothing and just the scent of you, and that kind of puts them at ease when it's that for millions sent in that familiar surrounding. And when you first handle hatch hogs, they get scared and they, you know kinda curl up on their ball and they'll actually kind of pop is what they call it and it's kind of their defense mechanism. So if they get scared, they'll just gonna and it's just like this kind of airy kind of sound, it's very very, you know, low and quiet. They don't growl or chirp or, you know, make a lot of noises as just kind of the, the huff, you know, kind of a small, though, huff puff that they give off and they cruel up in the ball and that kind of, you know, the kind of jumping effect is what you know, ward off predators, and they have their quills to kind of, you know, give themselves at offense Beckenham Monica, can you tell us a little bit about what they eat? And I think another thing is the size. I don't think people know how big a little they are really. They are they do stay pretty little to now. Hedgehogs can kind of be known for getting obese so you have to kind of control. Troll. How much they eat, make sure they don't get to fat. However, they stay pretty small they're smaller. They Guinea, pigs, you know, usually about, you know, the gerbil hamster size if they do not get, you know, they're not going to get taller. They can always get rounder. He knows saying with our, you know, other furry animals. One thing that's really important to about hedgehogs is their legs. That's where you get the most injuries and hedgehogs. They have in their of their body size compared to their little tiny legs. That's where they get in trouble. So having an extra saucer, because they're very big an exercise, having an extra saucer, that has no, wires, no nothing that they can fly in between. So when you get there cage and they're betting in their house, all set up, you want to have one of those flat, or solid plastic extra saucers, and they have these ones for jobs that are actually and looks like a little spaceship like it's a round circle. But instead. Of being an extra saucer that is tall that goes on the side of the cage, this one, actually, has the base on the bottom, and the whole top of its open. So it's a little circle, that's made of plastic, and they just get on there, and they run and it spins around in a little circle, and it looks cute. One thing about hedgehogs to is, you know, how you how you have their housing is really. Sometimes it's not as difficult as it seems, you know, you think you're going to have, you know, rabbit bedding or something like that in there. Some of the, the care fresh stuff, you know with the plastic shavings or wood shavings. Hedgehogs are very easily potty trained my hedgehogs potty trained took about a month, one of the best tips that I saw on a hedgehog site was that when the hedgehog exercises and they love to exercise, their always on that wheel night, and one thing, a lot of people, you know, to be aware of hedgehogs as they're not ternal. So they sleep during the day, they're up at night, and generally, like six seven o'clock or had chalked starts getting up and starts eating but by nine or ten that thing is crazy on that treadmill loves it. And she gets on there and they they. You go to the bathroom when they exercise. So when I did was I took an extra litter box, and I got a larger size one, not like the hamster size but I got like the rabbit iguana size. So the little extra saucer that they exercise on can go inside the litterbox. So I put the litter in there, and I just use like the recycled paper pellet litter saw natural. They can't eat it. You don't want to use a corncob litter or clay litter with them. Because sometimes they will eat the litter. So I always use like this, you know, recycled, paper pallets with them. Put the extra saucer in there. So whenever they went on the exerciser it would fly off into the litterbox, and then it would smell the litter in there, and the, the size litterbox that I have it's big enough for the extra saucer, and then also for her to climb in and out of and have a little space. So she gets in she has enough room to walk to the exerciser, but she also has enough room to go to the bathroom. Mm-hmm. In there as well. So when, you know the droppings come off the extra sauce or she was smelling it, and she was going back in and going in the same spot because that's what they do, though. Authentified spots, and then they continue going in the same spot took about maybe two to three weeks of doing that. And there was no more messes in the cage. I mean, it was so easy potty training this hedgehog, and I don't think I have a genius at Chuck. I think they're all pretty c- entered as far as that's concerned, but it's a great little pet and I mean, we take it out. They should have bass on a regular basis, generally, like once a month, always bay them in like the Avino oatmeal, because they can get dry your skin. Then besides that we've got a little toothbrush. That's chocolate bars toothbrush. And we put her in the kitchen, you know, kitchen sink. And we put a little bit of warm water and, you know, we just scrub her with the toothbrush, you know, it cleans off all over little bristles, and Oliver quills and. You know, they do really, really well that day that way. And, you know, immigrants to diets, she eats, a high end cat diet. They make hedgehog diets as well. But they can absolutely cap food. They love their meal. Worms love love love their meal. Worms as her favorite trait in the whole world. She will do anything and go anywhere for mealworm some of them love about an extra stuff to, you know, berries. Lettuce celery chocolate bar lakes, the that come off the celery stick. So when we celery at home, she always gets the stocky leafy part that we throw away, and she loves that, she really liked spinach. She likes raspberries so you can definitely, you know, give them little treats, but they are really, really good pets in the more with them the friendlier they become the more you handle them. So if you have a hedgehog, you definitely want to handle it, and we're talking daily basis. That is the one commitment that if you get a hedgehog you have to be committed to doing it has to have that personal touch that said that smell on a regular basis, because it's their schedules. Go very quickly. So let's say you handle it a ton and then all of a sudden for a week, nobody touches it. They can kind of revert back into being more seclusive and not being known not enjoying being handled when they're not handled on a regular basis, you always want to handle them. A regular basis, and if they're not comfortable, you know, just picking them up, you know, without something, you know, like when Haley, I got hers, I just put little mittens on her hands. So that way it was just, you know, little layer of soft protection. And, you know, she picked her up, I always showed her, you know, just reach underneath her belly because their bellies are very, very soft. You know, the other hand on the outside of the quill, she felt protected, and she was able to, you know, reach up she, you know what carrying around a little blankets. It'll run around the house, but it's great. And it gets along great with Mike Catt is like her best friend, and the cat uses the hedgehog Esser brush, so she quite frequently has cat here in her quills because the cap Russia's rubs against her. But they are wonderful, wonderful little pets. That's a good denying. The fact that it could be a potty trained is like absolutely amazing. And I think that they're, the they're the cutest little things. I, I met a hedgehog rescue a little group before. And I met there. Hedgehogs and they were like they're like little cats are I mean they're like little pets. They knew they were there because I'd had him surged gerbils rabid. I've had all different things. My Guinea, pigs in my lifetime, but I'd never seen a hedgehog in than when you got your hedgehog the mazed me how they acclimate like a true, Pat. So I think it's a great idea. And I think if you're bringing to us, I, I love the idea of the hedgehog and, and chocolate bar. I know they're you know, they're wonderful pets, and they have the perfect schedule. I mean, kids are at school during the day. That's when they sleep, that's when they're nocturnal they get home in the evenings. They can, you know have that time together for a little while, then they go to bed and the hedgehog kind of thing. So it's a great starter Pat, and it's, it's really a great pet that if you're looking for a pet that is not extremely high maintenance. I mean, we're talking about spending, you know, just a couple minutes a night with the pet, you know, giving it some attention and having that interaction besides that, you know, it has its own toys. They love cardboard rolls. I mean her favorite toy at everything we buy or the end of the toilet paper rolls, and she'll stick her head in there and run around with the toilet paper roll on her face, but they're really wonderful pets, and their great starter pets. Well, I thank you very much. And I hope that all be learned a lot about hedgehogs because they're the key. It's a little things Google town near you're gonna.

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"one commitment" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You know, and have fun doing you on and off the track and on track. We know we respect to one another but off to track we just doing stupid things and we had fun with. And then to lose them was, you know, again, it's tough one and ready stayed in Formula one to defend his title in nineteen seventy nine but didn't have the success. He was looking for in nineteen Eighty-one. He moved alpha. Romeo for his final full season in Formula one and switch to Patrick racing on the Indy-Car trail. He started next to last the Brickyard after most of the first weekend of qualifying was rained out and his Formula one commitments forced him to miss the second weekend while he Dellenbaugh put Andretti's car in the show for him. But the drivers switch forced and ready to start from the last row and ready moved up steadily through the field and on lap one forty nine. He was running second. Under the yellow flag race leader. Bobby Unser came out of the pitch and past fourteen cars while blending in line and ready passed a couple of cars, well as he blended in at the time, no race officials considered a penalty against either driver. And no mention was made of the situation on the live speedway radio network broadcast. Unsure went on to win the race with Andretti finishing second later that evening ABC broadcast the race which featured live commentary only at the beginning. And the end of the. As the rest of the race was recorded in a studio in post production. This particular commentary would light a match to ignite the biggest controversy the races ever seen out again.

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"one commitment" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Get Up!

"Of twenty nine thousand nine if that is your priority. Not that he's not gonna give effort, but clearly winning may not necessarily be that way in terms of going all out and the rest of those guys may look at him a bit differently because of that business reality or what do you do if he comes back in and he's already made it clear, his concern is twenty nine thousand nine. I said yesterday I'm social media if they can get anything for him in a trade, I would do it. I don't think he's coming back there to win a championship. I don't know why anyone would trade for him, but if they can get anything for him. Trait, I would do it. How are you handling him as the first off there is a reason why you would trade for form. You're gonna get an elite back at least not unless you're gonna pay for the next to. The other thing is too, you're eventually going to get a third round pick for them because when he signs for somebody else, that's what you're going to get. So that's why you would trade for him. The Steelers, the reason they don't trade him is because they're going to get the third round pick with future consideration and we still have the player under contract this year. So and you know what? We have a window here with our quarterbacks, not getting any younger, so they're trying to win right now. I think he's gonna come in. You know, the thing that I'd be concerned is, is he in football shape, it's impossible to replicate the the plane football. I'm sorry, you don't do it you. You can run all you want. You can do all this. Catch passes. Do all that, but you're not getting hit you. You're right about that in terms of acclimating yourself to football conditions, but it elevates the Levy on bell situations elevates exponentially when you take into account. The fact that you got a question, how much of a commitment he's going to have because the number one commitment and correct me if I'm wrong Jalen the noble one commitment is staying healthy. If he goes out then and Earl, Thomas situation happens and you can't help it. I mean, but could you imagine what we're gonna be talking about it? Could you imagine how he's going to feel and how his contemporaries in the league are going to feel it's something happens to them. I think preserving themselves wasn't for weeks, eight, nine, right. I think it was four weeks one through seven. So he wouldn't be the guy that led the league and touches four hundred six like he did last year a month. The leave leaders in rushing yards passing Hippolyte have to leave it there because I gotta get Stephen over to. I take their live in ten minutes, right across the hall. Happy birthday, Steven, great to see you tonight. ESPN basketball, love story. Actually. Choose me. It's tomorrow night. The unprecedented twenty hour film that consists of more than sixty interconnected short stories debuted last week and everyone is talking about it continues tomorrow. With episodes three and four starting seven o'clock, eastern all episodes are also streaming live on the ESPN app. We have more to do here. Did we see a preview of the AFC championship game last night, or is there a team other than Casey in New England that Rex thinks could break up that part? That's next..

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"one commitment" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH

WARRIOR WEALTH

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH

"Were miss case the offer sits inside of the frame so the frame builds conditions for one to see the art or in this case our offer from a different set of eyes now but a backup from this frame though this frame control begins clear back stage number one in strategic seduction which is the process of how i build and do everything inside of my advertising my marketing on my sales because your sales and the frame begins not when somebody hits a car page or somebody gets on a phone call with you the bind decision the bind decision is at the beginning from the first contact and the first engagement across the board stage number one communicate message no matter what you do no matter how you do it the first stage of selling is being clear on communication of a message this communication message engages a few things one in engages a clear problem to it engages painful consequences linked up to that problem three it speaks to a powerful possibility beyond the pain an end of the problem and for it speaks to the path that a person would take across the board from the problem and the pain to the possibility across the path and this entire game is wrapped up with the courage to pitch which is too close but first commitment that we're looking for is not a commitment to buy the first commitment we're looking for is per mission permission to what permission to continue to communicate with you.

"one commitment" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

"Around thinking that you shit don't stink and all of a sudden realized that one commitment jamait never made a commitment to be in business the rest of your life but you made a commitment joe person for the rest of your life and you couldn't have your parents sons bitter reality judgment actually but as a restaurant christening decisions and went headsets get married again also realized i was never gonna be willing to him ridge our relationship for the sake of growing trumpeter my priorities change oh yeah i mean my parents he my parents it's so weird because they probably had no argument today already bicker about the too much sold on that's something dancer relationship and yet they're i mean they're muck solid they're amazing this week in there i mean they're they're relationship goal from the united hooked on that happy but i'm older and seeing that in realizing they went through much worse than i went through with my ex much much worse but didn't quit as so what i try give myself a free pass an even though i look back at really don't regret i don't get getting married because they have these two amazing children but i don't regret getting divorced because my kids this is commendable step on that where inefficient to add so much to the parenting when the divorce happens in the wife get sore so evidence but but i do him but i could try i recovered cough and might not maybe the easy afterward but i would probably insist that she did just record ability standpoint mentally.

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"one commitment" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Absolutely but i also see it as a case study as a particular example of a more general problem if you allow important parts of social life to be captured by private enterprises whose first commitment as they themselves will say their top priority they are bottom line is making profit for their owners their shareholders and so on you've got a built in problem they're going to take this steps that maximize their bottom line and if that has social consequences that are negative or dangerous that's not what they are paid to worry about their job as executives as members of the board of directors is to make money for the company and that's what they do and it'll be examples are everywhere the cigarette companies we know now that lay new years before that what they were doing in their mind to sell more cigarettes i've therefore the prophet more excuse me was having bad effects on the addiction problem of people hooked on tobacco they didn't have to worry about that that's a social problem they could tell themselves a medical problem not their worry they're gonna go make money it's the same thing that led the automobile companies to insert those devices that just happen to fool the pollution sensor so that they can sell more cars and make more profit facebook has discovered as had many other businesses that there's money to be made in selling the information innocently given to them by people who were utilizing some other service we should have learned long ago that if we don't want the horrific social consequences of private profit decisions we can't let it be done that way let me give you an example with facebook it was clear early on to all kinds of technical people that there was a ability to abuse and misuse the information being loaded up on facebook by millions of users facebook could have been required early on to take all kinds of yes expensive steps to protect that privacy to guard they didn't do that because not profitable to do that and they didn't worry about and i think you're gonna see that this is another example of the real social costs of allowing private traffic to stand between the production on the one hand and the consuming public on the.

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"one commitment" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on WGTK

"About the immigration bill because there's a gang of four finally there's a gang i like it's the to whip steny hoyer live now that longtime respect for steny get stuff done and dick turban and john cornyn and you for our drive in the immigration deal is there going to be a deal that get through both the senate and house i think at the end of the day we can get there um i still think there's with with the senate's doing now i i don't know that anything gets out of the senate so we stay at the table and the one commitment we made to all four of us and we also have the secretary of homeland and uh general kelly in the room when we say as there's gonna be ups and downs as you go like any other big piece of legislation we're just gonna stay at the table make a commitment to get it done uh with each other and there's a lotta we know at the end of the day there's gonna have to compromise but i think the president laid out there um a very good place that he shows he he's willing to get this done i can't believe the democrats would want to walk away from this what are the essential elements that have to be in it forget about all the side of frills and whistles what is the essential basic pillars of an immigration deal i think he's looking right up until you look at docket self and the president said he would go to dreamers uh you've got to really talk about border security and that goes beyond because what most people don't realize we don't treat everybody equally who comes across the border illegally like if you found the contiguous country canada and mexico you could directive back to that country if you were picked up and you're coming from another country el salvador's somebody somewhere else this not contiguous you get a ticket you get a few days and then you come back through the legal system it takes like seven years so i don't wanna come back to this problem a gin you gotta solvit longterm so you've got to do something there um when people talk about the weu family reunification people also call it chain i'm talking about the.

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"one commitment" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on KELO

"People thought over the weekend was a ufo it was not but what else is in the skies let's check in with dr sky steven cates by stephen murray christmas and happy new year to the roof in your email on my gave us who smoked amazing gift good soared because so many people on the west coast carter's basic the falcon nine rocket here in phoenix george it was actually visible rising from the horizon that's only over 300 in seventy five miles is the bird would fly and for all those people in southern california here in arizona people had no clue what it was until we realise later on it was this launch and you could actually see the first stage breaking away from this space sex rocket the falcon nine which strange about a georgian conclusion is i noticed that heading due south after it started the arc up into the sky and they'll be many more launches like this from vandenberg get a little too this george we're looking for the next of many launches of course in 2018 but the national reconnaissance office is going to launch a socalled secret payload probably as early as january the 10th and one commitment will make to the listeners of coast in 2018 and we'll try to get this skinny on these launches way ahead of time so our listeners all over the place can take advantage of it towards wrapping it up the biggest these stories and my opinion for all of 2017 probably you're in astronomy to speak of first had to be the total solar eclipse just outstanding we'll have to wait till april the eighth of twenty twenty four to see it but from astrophysics them astronomy the detection confirmation of gravitational waves from collapsing neutron stars probably ranks as an alltime high in belives sky as the moon now moves on just before its first quarter phase on new year's day the first of two full moon for the month of january the first one on the first floor on the second one we call the bloom over there is also going to be georgy total watery clubs almost 31st.

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"one commitment" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"West coast although spacex the south in my rocket here in phoenix george it was actually visible rising from the horizon that's only over 300 in seventy five miles is the bird would fly and for all those people in southern california here in arizona people have no clue what it was until we realise later on it was this launch and you could actually see the first stage breaking away from this space spacex rocket the falcon nine what strange about a georgian conclusion is i noticed that heading due south after it started the arc up into the sky and they'll be many more launches like this from vandenberg get a little too this jewish we're looking for the next of many launches of course in 2018 but the national reconnaissance office is going to launch a socalled secret payload probably as early as january of the ten th and one commitment will make to the listeners of goes in 2018 and we'll try to get this skinny on these launches way ahead of time so our listeners all over the place can take advantage of it strict wrapping it up the biggest base stories in my opinion for all of 2017 probably you wanna strongly me to speak of hers had that'd be the total solar eclipse just outstanding we'll have to wait till april the eighth of twenty twenty four to see it become astrophysics them astronomy the detection confirmation of gravitational waves from collapsing neutron stars probably ranks as an alltime high in belive sky as the moon now moves on just before its first quarter phase on new year's day the first of two full moon for the month of january the first one on the first one flown the second one we call the bloom over there is also going to be georgy total lunar eclipse almost 31st of january for west coast obserbers toughest this guy naturally reminds every one always remember to keep your eyes.

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"one commitment" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm ed baxter and on june brosseau still to come on bloomberg past we'll be speaking with argentinian present marie teo maqri plus jim train also explains why he thinks tesla is structurally unprofitable last week argentinian president marie t almaqri declared that the country's economy had officially exited its recovery phase as inflation slowed down to its lowest rate in seven years for more bloomberg's erik shot skirt spoke with president makkari in buenos aires mr president what i was here six months ago the economy was in a rough shape you told me there was no plan b china seems to be working pretty well you must be quizzed this i'm really pleased we are more emphasised the ever free no it's just the beginning because you with the my first commitment is to reduce poverty for doubt to keep growing and growing for many years from are they feel the other we cover really started things are improving investments are growing in different sectors so where we are achieving is sorely base the truth saying the truth in every sense and our we're covering the opinions for buying we've cover for bhutto for studies six shows up the figures and the real figures every every service kids deserve.

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"one commitment" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Highly educated highly skilled workers as the economy is changing in iowa sudan yetlsin has more and she doesn't i'm sorry i don't have that version will tell you directly on dave swanson of i as use economics department says agriculture manufacturing of always employed the most people in iowa and a lot of college grads are leaving the state to find work but that's going to change according to swanson he says i was workforce is starting to look more diverse fide like other states we're going to do a better job of retaining those workers over time and are quote braindrain ought to go down he says over the next decade the more highly skilled workers will be needed here he also says most of that growth will happen near the state's larger cities on wall street right now the dow up 2003 at twenty two thousand one one forty two the s p about flat at 24 ninety six and the nasdaq composite up down three at sixty four fifty one time now for the latest birth andrew del reporting sixty hips at at all was he got some good news last night zaylon griffin a fourstar wing from the chicago area announce his commitment to the cyclones via twitter griffin became a sought after prospect this summer garnering offers for kansas pittsburgh and others he's the cycles first commitment in a class of 2018 a changes comey that i was future football's gadgil's the big ten release schedules for the years 2020 and 2021 yesterday and the hawkeyes black friday game against nebraska is no more the hawkeyes will close out both of those seasons against wisconsin.

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"one commitment" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"one commitment" Discussed on WTVN

"The red it's going to be here and their victories know you sit there go cash i don't know where we in bed with this and be pleasantly surprised the two two out of three here or there but taken a as a whole um you need to be looking not even next season but maybe this season after that and as you mentioned with the jets going to be moderate traits they need as tom hamilton brought up he's the the voice of the india jamaica near monitor sister station 105 seven the zone for every broadcast he thinks they need another bat just one more bat and i am sure it's a a a position player whose batting in the two sixty range that can help fire up top lineup and help manufacturer runs i think that's the one thing that's missing while there should be room for to bring in that type of improvement because last i was listening to two thoughts on the trade deadline obviously everyone's looking for pitching starting or or relief but and some of the better her teams not necessarily needing much in the help of position players so maybe that you know could could play to cleveland's advantage that the market saturate a little bit we'll see but the indians will be looking to improve or the reds you know maybe hope build up the pipeline a little bit of stuff going on in world of sports certainly locally i mentioned the scoreline grade team the buckeye alumni the our end of the final 16 of the basketball tournament twomilliondollar prize to the winner chris holdman state picked up their first commitment this week for the class of eighteen fourstar guard at a st louis torrance watson graham ray hall finished eighth in the indycar race in toronto and bryson dish shambo wins the john deere classic finally and catch up with ray hostile gray's been busy man but kind enough to join us come up at eight a five now as we look ahead to the open championship next week the coming up next it is is this oddities but keppy says he's got a good story for me this week that straight ahead on the sunday sports slam news radio 610 wtvn looking.

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