35 Burst results for "One Direction"

Christopher Phillips Questions Brian Stelter Over CNN's Ethics

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Christopher Phillips Questions Brian Stelter Over CNN's Ethics

"Kid named Chris Phillips, who's a freshman at the University of Chicago. And he went to a some panel discussion that the Atlantic magazine was hosting that Brian stelter from CNN was on the panel. And this young man stood up and said the following to CNN's Brian stelter. Hi, thank you for coming. My name is Christopher Phillips. I'm a first year at the college. My question is for mister stelzer. You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation. But CNN is right up there with them. They push the Russian collusion hoax. They push the Jussie Smollett hoax. They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist. And yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation. With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative. All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction. Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence or is there something else behind it? It's too bad it's time for lunch. You have 30 seconds. No, there's a clock that says 30 seconds, but I think my honest answer to you, and I will come over and talk in more detail after this. Is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch. But I understand that that is a popular right wing narrative about CNN. I think it's important. When we talk about shared reality and democracy, all of these networks, all these news outlets have to defend democracy. And when they screw up, admit it. But when Benjamin hall, the fox correspondent, was wounded in Ukraine. The news crews at CNN and The New York Times stopped what they were doing. And they all cared about the injured Fox News reporter and that's

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Brian Stelter Calls for Lunch When Asked an Important Question

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last month

Brian Stelter Calls for Lunch When Asked an Important Question

"So Jim queue up for me caught 5 Again this is what I mean by imposing real material losses You get a guy like Brian stelter right is the coffee fetcher at CNN Somehow magically because he used to kiss what did Zucker's butt all the time Winds up getting a show Hilariously titled unreliable sources He gets his show of the least talented man in broadcasting Well what matters to him is his reputation I mean he is literally titled reliable sources He wants to be seen as a source of journalistic ethics Well Brian's felt there's been the wrong on the wrong side of every single significant media story we've had in our time Everyone he's been on the wrong side So he got confronted This is just beautiful watching a college freshman dismantle Brian stealth to check this out My name is Christopher Phillips I'm a first year at the college My question is from mister seltzer You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation But CNN is right up there with them They push the Russian collusion hoax They push the Jussie Smollett hoax They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist And yes they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence Or is there something else behind it It's too bad it's time for lunch You have 30 seconds No I mean there's a clock that says 30 seconds but I think my honest answer to you and I will come over and talk in more detail after this is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch They're different They're different channel Brian sells it But listen for Brian sell the brothers always time for lunch I mean look at the guy Come on yeah time for lunch This is like a new thing

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College Student Confronts CNN's Brian Stelter for Spreading Hoaxes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

College Student Confronts CNN's Brian Stelter for Spreading Hoaxes

"Hi, thank you for coming. My name is Christopher Phillips. I'm a first year at the college. My question is from mister seltzer. You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation. But CNN is right up there with them. They push the Russian collusion hoax. They push the Jussie Smollett hoax. They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist. And yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation. With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative. All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction. Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence? Or is there something else behind it? It's too bad, it's time for lunch. You have 30 seconds. No, there's a clock that says 30 seconds, but I think my honest answer to you, and I will come over and talk in more detail after this. Is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch. But I understand that that is a popular right wing narrative about CNN. I think it's important. When we talk about shared reality and democracy, all these networks, all these things outlets have to defend democracy. And when they screw up, admit it. But when Benjamin hall, the fox correspondent, was wounded in Ukraine. The news crews at CNN and The New York Times stopped what they were doing, and they tried to help. They tried to help them get out of the country. They tried to find the dead crew members. That's what news outlets do. That's how they actually do work together to your question about sharing those kinds of connections and trust. We don't talk about it enough though. We don't share that reality about how that happens. And with regards to the regime, I think you mean the President Biden. The last time I spoke with a Biden aide, we yelled at each other. So that's the reality of the news business. The people don't see the people don't hear. They imagine that

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Freshman Student Outclasses Brian Stelter

Mark Levin

01:16 min | Last month

Freshman Student Outclasses Brian Stelter

"Young freshman student Christopher Phillips at the University of Chicago stands up And he asks a question what does Christopher Phillips have to say To be as helter skelter Brian stelter cut 5 go You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation But CNN is right up there with them They push the Russian collusion hoax They push the Jussie Smollett hoax They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist And yes they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence Or is there something else behind it Wow What do you think of that mister producer Wow

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How Do We Break Away From the Current Cycle of Politics?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

How Do We Break Away From the Current Cycle of Politics?

"I'm very concerned that people are wanting to hear what they want to hear and it's led to this polarization into the sense that they believe because they're getting their information, you know, basically to tickle their ears as the old biblical term. Right. How are we going to break back out of that? I mean, because right now, it's working and as you know from your time at faith and freedom and more majority for them, me is running campaign. Your consultants, your all your groups around, they're going to go to what works until it doesn't work anymore. How are we going to break this out from a governing standpoint? Because that's what I see as the lacking pace now. Campaigns will become very coordinated and we do it. It's like we fight the battles to get to the game and then when the game comes, we're trying to find the battle to get to the game again. Yeah, I think it's a great I agree with you. I think it's a big problem. There's kind of been a dumbing down, you know, and there's a lot of reasons for that. Some of which are structural. I mean, I do think Doug that the advances in data analytics and mapping have enabled us on both sides. To draw congressional districts that are now so reliably partisan and one direction or another. You know, when I was coming up longer ago than I care to mention, you know, it was not really like that. Districts were drawn, I mean, yes, you knew voting behavior, but outside of that, you didn't have a lot of information on voters beyond what was on the voter file. Which was basically age, race, and what party primary they voted in. Today, you know, you can track with an algorithm, you know, hundreds of data points. And the result is, is that, you know, a combination of members of Congress wanting safe seats, legislators, I know this may come as a shock to some, but state legislators have a way of drawing districts that they can then run in. No. Yeah, it happens. And the big data and the data science, I mean, I think we're down to 20 or 30 genuinely competitive seats in the country.

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Jackson pushes back on GOP critics, defends record

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Jackson pushes back on GOP critics, defends record

"Supreme Court nominee cantante brown Jackson is pushing back against a GOP critics as she faces senators questions Jackson says her nearly ten years as a federal judge's show she's impartial I don't think that anyone can look at my record and say that it is pointing in one direction or another that is supporting one view point or another with Republicans wondering whether her judicial philosophy is too liberal Jackson says she starts from a position of neutrality I am trying in every case to stay in my lane and trying to understand what those who wrote the law intended she'll face questions from chairman Dick Durbin Senate judiciary panel all day the second day is known affectionately buy a term of medieval justice known as the trial by ordeal song or mag ani Washington

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Eric and James O'Keefe Discuss Doing the Right Thing

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:02 min | 2 months ago

Eric and James O'Keefe Discuss Doing the Right Thing

"Hey folks we're talking to the author of American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. His name is James O'Keefe. James O'Keefe, you just said that a lot of people are scared. This is the issue, right? And so part of it. But what you and I believe, and what many people in history have believed is that there is a God. There is such a thing as truth. And I need to do the right thing because I know that whatever they want to call it, God, the universe will back me up. In other words, that to not do the right thing, ultimately I pay a much bigger price. I sell my soul to the devil so that I don't get in trouble today. And I really do believe, I mean, if I'm speaking in churches, I say that, you know, you should worry about what God thinks. You should fear God. Don't fear what people can do to you or whatever. But we're in a culture now we're doing the right thing is less celebrated. As you're saying, it's kind of, it really is we have been generally and collectively cowed by fear of losing an Instagram account or this or that. And so we are being controlled. And never more than now has it mattered that people say no, no. I will do the right thing. And I, in my position, I would say, I will trust God with my career. With my voice, I have to I have to get serious. What do I believe? And I think people need to be encouraged that when you do the right thing, yeah, it will work out for you in the end, no matter what happens, somehow you can't, you can not really I've written about Dietrich bonhoeffer. He went to the gallows for doing the right thing. But he believed that Jesus defeated death on the cross. Like at the end of the day, you have to decide what you believe. And I think that we're just living in a culture where a lot of people aren't sure. And so they're kind of hanging back and they're letting people like you get handcuffed. Well, I mean, this is you mentioned Bond hoffer. I wrote about Alexander silts and eats and in this book and he talks about in the gulag archipelago, which I heavily cite, because that book kind of changed my mindset and he says, you have a choice to make. You go to one direction you might lose your life. You go to another direction, you go against your conscience. And to follow your conscience and wherever it leads you is important. But it does come down to fear. It comes down to fear of, as you say, fear of God not man, one of our whistleblowers I asked her, Jody, O'Malley, from HHS, this is in September. I said, aren't you afraid? And she said, I fear God not man. But do actually do that. I think is the point. And I spoke at one church, calvary in California. I don't really speak the churches, but my feeling Eric is that maybe Christians are too afraid. And maybe they're not acting out on their faith.

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Daily Wire: Gov. DeSantis Did Not Have an Activist Removed From Presser Over Criticism

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Daily Wire: Gov. DeSantis Did Not Have an Activist Removed From Presser Over Criticism

"Over here at the daily wire Amanda Preston giacomo media wrong again no desantis did not have an activist removed from my presser over criticism Here are the facts They just lie the American media lie and they line one direction They have no intention of covering Trump honestly no intention of covering a Republican honestly no intention of covering desantis honestly They see him as a threat So they have been trying to destroy him from day one but they have failed The establishment media ran with another disparaging narrative targeting Florida governor Ron DeSantis that turned out to be false False Claiming the Republican head quote a community activist on quota rested and removed from a news conference over criticism of the government But that's not what happened Oh really do tell A man was arrested for trespassing Oh tell me Garland Meritless Garland After he refused to leave a closed news conference about lifesaving monoclonal antibody treatment for only credentialed media by Jacksonville police not at the behest of desantis team or the governor who was not even there at the time of the

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Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 7 months ago

Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

"Merrick Garland was supposed to be on the United States Supreme Court. Remember when justice Antonin Scalia passed away. The great Antonin Scalia. Then president Barack Hussein Obama proposed that we need to have kind of a healing and kind of coming together period, and we're going to have a moderate come on the U.S. Supreme Court. We're going to have Merrick Garland as he's not far to the left. He's not far to the right. He's kind of going to be like Anthony Kennedy. Now to his great credit, senator Mitch McConnell said no, that's not going to happen. We're going to wait to the election. We're going to see what happens. The election occurred, and Merrick Garland remained in limbo. And never got his appointment to the United States Supreme Court. Merrick Garland always kind of had the appearance. He always kind of had the disguise, the camouflage, the uniform of being a very moderate individual both in his temperament and also his politics. Merrick Garland always kind of had a way of saying, I don't want to bring the country too far in one direction, but my duty is to the rule of law. Now Merrick Garland has showed his true colors the last 6 or 7 months ever since becoming attorney general of the United States. He is without a doubt, one of the most radical, craven, one of the most dangerous attorney generals in American history, I will even say, in some ways Merrick Garland is doing things that Eric holder and Loretta lynch did not even do when they were attorney general of the United

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Why WarioWare Gets It Kind Of

Nintendo Voice Chat

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Why WarioWare Gets It Kind Of

"So let's get started with the first topic of this week. That is warrior. Wear get it together. This is out on friday. Which is tomorrow if you're listening on. The this podcast is released marks review the game and i have been playing the game for wiki and gameplay capture support and. Tom gave it a seven. Would you like to give a quick summary on why you gave. Were you aware that score. Yeah so i. I've always liked lawler warrior games. I've smooth moves on the was also the game game before before that. Were like to my favorite kind of party games. Played less of the ds ones just to kind of like. I know that this is kind of where some people are coming from his like. The camp of the hand held. Gloria wears which were always more solo experiences versus the camp of the console warriors. Which were always more birdie games. Or it's how i read it at least maybe that's just my impression anyway. I reviewed this. Wanna give it a seven because it is a really fun. Wacky warri aware. It's really pretty music. The art design is really really good. Micra games are very fine. The characters are like hidden basically like and like the character system. Okay but some of the character designs are just like really. Were like verge like there's a person that can fly and shoot one direction and then there's version of that person that shooting one direction but just can't stop jumping and so there are just these cases where like some characters are objectively worse versions of other characters mess not like interesting or fun and it's just like oh that character is just bad and like i don't know it's just it's just not as engaging

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"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"Wanna talk about their twenty thirteen. This is us movie. In which they performed a cover of teenage dirtbag by And this i think was the earliest instance of kate. Halal hairy feelings this Again was like various strongly. Louis girl like in this twenty thirteen twenty twelve era but something about this performance. He like is at the very beginning of his rocker phase. He's got kind of like t shirt. The hairs starting to grab a little bit They're covering this kind of like grungy in be rock song and he starts out with those lyrics like my name is noel or her name is excuse me her name is l. And they have all these like comic book edits. turn them into superheroes. It's really hard to describe but this cover is so good. It's so catchy. Pain and lamour just like going off on the ad libs niles there with his guitar. It just gives me everything that i wanted. I saw with the qatar. Likes all always acoustic guitar. But yeah they just like yellow. Yeah dirtbag over and over the top of their lungs. And i'm like this is the greatest thing i've ever witnessed. His teenage type. Is such a cathartic song like it really is and i feel like for a generation while it was like oh i i'm also a teenaged up by that. I think any of us were just this feeling of solidarity even though i was warranted to have the faves do while you like yes representation. Yeah it was just a great fit for them to just. Yeah i especially sort of in comparison to talk about like. They don't always pick songs. That are great for their sound. But teenage dirtbag definitely was. We chose different ends of the spectrum. He's in contact. I as a as a I chose. I actually wanted to take it back to my well. The expertise the. I can bring a which is watching them on the factor and actually when you watch them on the x factor. Actually when you watch anyone on the x factor it is incredible how anyone has a career ever been were was produced than the covers that they do on the expert too. I know that they had a week to do them. But my god they are awful and you wonder what you're saying. You're like wow. They made something of like. This is not great but around. Halloween on the x factor. Because it always be sort of like a winter series would do a show over the halloween week and they would do costumes. They would choose kind of creepy songs like dramatic songs and they got the to sing. Total eclipse of the heart by bonnie tyler. Which actually doesn't sound terrible. I just wanted to to pinpoint it. Because they're styling in. It is so funny. I thought you would appreciate this. Kate as the. I sent twilight me to They have given them the janke est. Dwight like vampire makeup in the world. It's like slightly to pale nile. Has this reg eyeliner on where he looks like. He's pinkai and say has got like the to fang marks on his neck with some red blood. It's like when you have costume party and someone shows up in like the worst vampire costume you've ever see and you'll like you honestly should've just come in a costume. This has annoyed me more. But you didn't even try that. They wanted them still be hall so they didn't want to like put too much on them because some of the other contestants like crazy like outfits and headpieces things but then they were like no no bad hall and that right that we cannot lose that. So i just wanted to pinpoint early days like oh my god cringe. Unlike now knowing what we know about zane hating it like i feel most sorry for saying yes in this whole thing and wonderful to watch washington today for the first time and i was in a i and they're so cute and they're trying so so young young it's the liam is like bleeding from one. And why oh station and does it shows the judge. They're like very seriously nodding along. It's like oh my god. How harmonize expert today. So they all just sing one no and it sounds terrible because that always sounds terrible and voices work so well together when they're different tones but not like when they're trying to match tone so yeah it's just it's really funny. Sort of like look at their inception makes you appreciate them a lot more. It really created off so far From so little okay. Last last lightning round question. I just did this to embarrass us because we can. What was your personal most embarrassing one direction. Fandom moment i'll go first because you actually have a good one. I vividly remember. For some reason. When i was like sixteen i had a pinterest board of like one direction tattoos and not like the tattoos that the one direction boys had like an actual like tattoos. That fans had. And i have never gonna a tattoo. I probably never will get a tattoo. There's really no party that has ever really wanted a tattoo. Just like is not really something that i see my future but for some reason when i was sixteen. I had this printers board. And i like vividly remember like those little like heart. Heartbeat monitors those tattoos. Where it's like. It looks like monitor but then like in the middle of it. It'll say like direction. Or you know. And i remember seeing that and being like wow like. That's the level of my emotion. Like that's how i feel about this group. Was that the one that you were going to get like deaf for some reason. That's the one. That's in my head. As i remember ceiling i bat image and being like that is how i feel like i could put the cy body. I never really. I don't think ever intended to for some reason like that. I don't know where the boardman i do not have it anymore. Unfortunately i would've loved to look at it. But i did have a board of one direction. Inspired fan tattoos. That for some reason i felt like we're worth saving. So do you have any one direction. Tattoos some phantom tattoos. I don't have a wonder action one for one direction. I feel like i probably would more likely. Gotta harry styles touchy. But i but even then i don't really know he has a million cornelius smoker affi right years pretty like subtle and classy. Feel like you would get something intially. You haven't seen my most embarrassing tattoos of which about seventy percent of them all by one. Like i don't show we'll circle on that and i will retrieve some pictures all right to wrap it up. Give me your like full circle. Most embarrassing like biggest phantom moment so my embarassing moment was not whether they were together because like i said like.

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"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

05:27 min | 9 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"Like the fan favorite song i would say. Yeah and i feel like it's a really accidental fan favorite. Because like i said i was never sort of embedded in fan communities very much like i really feel very. I became an online fan. So i was sort of discovering these things myself in my own time at is really funny. How many people love stroke syndrome. It's like it feels like it's not swayed anyway. It's just like naturally a a dot com center joke here but can't let it go jelly. Exactly i was gonna say it's become for me anyway. It's become a meam about my life but also like it's so true. I will always bring a conversation around to stockholm syndrome. Like fireproof listened to every day. Because it's in the same playlist. I think it was added around the same time obviously same album and it's just like i can't even explain why it's so. Good it just as co written by harry. He has performed it so low multiple times and it was It's been great every time but there is something so great about all that voices together in this song. And i yeah. I don't know what it is about it. Because i've played if my my family before As i force them to conc- my interests and they don't think it's very good they'd like oh it doesn't have to sort of like punch of other songs and i was like. Maybe that's why it's so good though it has like a a different energy to it It just it's subtle subtle. The beat is different from a lot of the things that they for And it comes in. The tailend talked about those like i nine songs. But then the tail end of four you get spaces stockholm syndrome clouds and then a couple you know kind of skips at the end album is perfect But yeah there's something dot com syndrome. Bit fans us are obsessed with and i remember it when we said that harry performed it on his tour he also like i think one of his very first solo performances. He was on good morning. America in that pink su. He still had like the dunkirk haircut and he came out. And did i think carolina and soccer syndrome on good morning america and like the clamor online when we realized that he was doing stockholm syndrome like solo as a solo artist on good morning. America in a pink suit in bell-bottoms was like but just like a top five. Fandom moment i would say who. It was the realization that he still can't about one direction because that's always the fair when artists go solos that they're going to be like i hate my band or whatever. It was the realization that he's still had about one direction and also he chose the fan. favourite knows. exactly what once fans one of course. He had a handwriting. It so that's why he did it but like he could have done any other song and he chose still crimson during which felt very special guests. Great dialed in after as we're on this topic. Obviously he's going on tour again very soon g think he'll do anyone direction songs. Now he has more and they've almost all of them not saying but the other four have all performed one direction song solo just a range of songs sort of on their first tours which makes sense. They all didn't have that many solo songs. Ate the flesh it out with a bang and usually they pick songs that they had a hand in writing but now that harry has two very popular albums do you think he'll do one direction. Song a new one direction song and if so what do you think will be this question by. The way was post me by a friend. Erica zamora so shout out to her. Because like i can't stop thinking about it now. It's so interesting. I think he i think that he will. I don't think it will be stockholm syndrome. Because he's already done that right. I called think what the song would be using a real livia getting. Oh my god. That would be so chaotic dying to see i want to be online. Lima day i'm not going to the concert. I will be online waiting for it. I don't know that's such a good question. That's such a hard one. It's hard to because he likes to remix them a little bit. Sing kind of the straight. Some of the other guys kind of saying more like the street versions of the one direction songs. But i think he did. What makes you beautiful. Like he's done a couple others. And i feel like you always so it's hard to predict because you can't pick the one that like sounds the most harry because he can take really any of the songs and make them more. Harry ask. i would love to hear where do broken hearts go but just me on this agenda. Now you're using. This is the agenda when he when he has performed stockholm syndrome. Obviously i love it. But i think what's missing when it's just him as he actually doesn't hit that big note which is like. Oh the team but the like very big guy notes because which is all about voices together. he thing it's a hard longest thing and she sings the next line low and it sounds good but it doesn't have the same like power to it as it does in the recording of it. So but it's just it's a reminder of like what we've lost exactly exactly it's one for us all right. Lightning rounds really quick. Okay ran through some quick topics before your have time. We talked about our favorite one direction songs. Let's like. I don't think we're going to piss anyone off. Because i think everyone's pretty much agreed on this. What is the worst or your least favorite one directions on. We agree on this little things to.

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"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"From four. It's not a single is just an album song and the harmonies also good. I think that one direction didn't utilize the harmonies enough. They have very lovely harmonizing like ability between them. And it's really present in the song. And also i would like to shut out nile in this song because his wife is pretty in a nile. Again i think it has a very underrated vocal tone. Which i'm very happy has come out. In his solo work light niles solo act. I think some of my favorite solo stuff from from them. but he just sounds great in fireproof. Yes yeah he never get bored. He was really thriving during this era. He really like guitar. He had his and he was just in his bag. Incredible stuff from nile during our I love i love fireproof as well. It's part of just an incredible run and we're going to talk about for when we get to albums but there's just a run on four starts out. Let me just read off his track list steal my girl ready to run where do broken hearts go eighteen girl. Mighty fool's gold night changes. No control fireproof. Those are the first nine songs on this album. And we'll we're gonna talk about the later part of the album later. it's just an. I think fireproof. Actually when i first got into this album and like really whistling to it. I'm one of those people who just listen to albums straight through over and over and fireproof at. I of got lost for me because i was so into the whole album. I wasn't really like picking out individual songs. And i think it's so cohesive that it almost can be hard to make out little individual favorites but over time and i think also once i saw them performance online in concerts they also clearly love fireproof. And it's just it's another crowd-pleaser another fan favorite which yes songs that the fans had decided they're obsessed with the besides that fans have decided they're obsessed with over time in one direction fan. I think are better than like any other phantom. I can think of like somehow yes. Those one direction fans have fixated on acts. What is actually their best songs. And that's not always the case they have really like. The phantom would have been like like archeologists digging to find like the the best one. Do you know what i mean like. Yeah there there's almost no pretense it's like we're actually just all determined to do is find the best ones. There's no weird like well. This was the most popular the lawsuits like. This is the best no one out here being like. Actually what makes you. Beautiful is their best song. No one is defending some of their worst ones like. We're actually like no this. This one album is actually their best work. Yes totally agree which brings me to our might number one in your number one which are again both from this album. Both very cohesively thematically connected to fireproof and the other songs we've talked about from four. My number one favorite one direction song is where to broken. Hearts go from four such a good choice such a good choice so bad. I love this song and i wanna shout out. Ringer factor. juliana rests. Who when i searched one direction songs ranked because i just wanted to see like what the world thought about some of these choices that i felt strongly about personally. On the first page of google search juliana list from Several years ago that she wrote on medium where she ranked every single one direction. Song came up. And so i was. I was like juliana. Your seo is extremely strong and you're listening. Came out on my google search and her number one choice as well as my number one choice is where two broken hearts go so ringer solidarity and the song is just another stadium. Banger is relearn stadium bag at. It's really funny. It's in part by styles and sino really hopeful that someday he will perform this solo. He's performed several of his songs that he co wrote from one direction solo. Which again we'll talk about again in a minute when we get your number one but we're broken hearts go first of all nile kicks it off another great nile moment. He gets the whole first verse. He's got guitar he's just thriving and bops around. He's living his best life flexing his vocals and it goes from him zan's also great and then here. He gets the bridge in this one. He got it from the beginning and take it from And it's another great bridge. He crushes it. He's got the chops he's always had the chops and it's not the most complex song repeating lines log questions about where do broken hearts go but it works it works. It's another eighty throwback. It's my personal favorite. And i just really want to bring it out on tour at some point or somebody who could do it. Yeah repetition works. Let's be honest. I if one line works and the banger them. That's that's all i need say fifty more times. Like what else are we doing here. You going to hit the same. Exactly exactly all right. I love your number one for very similar reasons. So let's just get into it. My number one number two is comes from the album fall fan.

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"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"Apologies tore neighbors and we've narrowed down our personal top five favorite songs ever. We have one crossover. We will cross that bridge when we get to it but before we get to the nitty gritty of our choices. Lucy i wanna discuss like our personal history as direction or is to sell the listeners. Know where we're coming from. So obviously we experienced this bannon very different ways due to our geographical differences. So just how. When did you get into one action originally like give me your brief personal direction history. So i'm british so yes So i became a fan of one direction from the x factor. So i don't know how big the x factor about series or anything translated across the pond but for us x. factor at that time especially with like the biggest it was so omnipresent in like culture and television and it was just like the landmark tv moment of the year every year. And i do feel like the twenty. Ten series was apex year. And then it sort of has dipped off and now it's no more. It was the first series that i really ever watched in it's entirety and it was just a great series because it had a really good collection of like choke contestants and then contestants that have gone on to have like amazing sort of like culture shifting careers one of them of course bay one direction. So yeah i watched that entire formation and sort of inception and they came third and then they sort of disappeared like you said like they did wait a while before they released a single altogether and it was kind of obvious they were going to do something but no one really knew because we didn't know as much back then and yeah then when what makes you beautiful came out huge fan. I actually that my one direction found him was very low key. I wasn't an online fan at that point so it was very much like a personal thing and yeah i think it was. It was very simmering under the surface. The whole time i was i was eighteen when the expect to series on size may be like a little bit older. The metall guit demographic But it's been a very strong simmering. It was a strong simmering. Love the whole time that they were together got it. When would you say peaks like now. We're online fans of other groups and also one direction like in hindsight. Would you say like there was a specific album acidic era. Maybe now that they're solo artist like when when you say you're at your peak one direction. Fandom i actually think it was when they went solo that it made me really appreciate the band and that makes us sound like i hate them so low i do. I like all so low in different ways and so it sort of made me like. Oh wow there's such different artists like how did they exist in a band together and then it sort of has made me go back and listen to a little bit more. I suppose my peak when they were together was when i was at university and i guess that must have been. The album. must've been like midnight memories more. maybe four. I'm aging myself. Now i live on this fine with really. I live for the really good group of girls who sort of like embrace that cringe. You know what. I mean like like now. It's a bit cooler to enjoy. Things like seem on cool but at the time it was very much like still a bit taboo to embrace cringe. But they really did so. Yeah i guess. It was the album midnight. Memories i think was the album. Yeah that was Then i love it now we're definitely embracing cringe since we're doing this on a pillow. I mean i'm like ninety percent grinblats personal fans now. It's fine is who i am. Yeah yes yeah. I also i was gonna say that i was also on the older end of the the stand range but i actually think it was actually pretty firmly in the demographic so i obviously geographically. I was an indiana like kind of in the middle of the midwest like not didn't watch the x. Factor was aware of them. Like was aware of the craze. But i remember. I was working. I think i was seventeen. I wanna say. I was sixteen seventeen and i was working in high school in like a concession. Stand at like a baseball field and it was right when one thing came out. Which i'm gonna talk about a minute but i worked with this girl who was a huge direction and like a huge nile fan. And she would just come into work and talk my ear off about one direction. Be like girl like. I'm glad you're happy. But like they're not for me and she'd be like seriously like go watch their videos watch like they're funny funny video diaries and stop and i'd be like a fine like okay so i finally one week like went home watched. I think it was like right. When one thing came out i watched that i went back and watched the whole catalog of the funny videos they used to do and i remember i came into the concession saying the week after him is like i'm in like i get it at the rest of our time together just like talking about one direction nonstop so i would say like end of my high school career was when i like really really got into them which was right around i think take me home was like the first peak of my fan now and then i really fell off at the beginning of college and then at the end of call it's kinda right before it all fell apart with when i kind of got back into them and it's been a rollercoaster now also i agree now that they're solo artist is more fun to go back now that you can be a fan of each one individually and sort of see their strains then looking at them together i think is really fun so i do want to get into our top five because i know we're gonna go long and this is the song that i just mentioned i'm going to start with mine just because it segues into what i just said my number five top favorite one direction song is one thing from the album up all night this is their third single and they started with what makes you beautiful which is funny because it's on either or less but that's why we're here but it's fine then they did gotta be you which was like.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home and the Best Trailers of 2021

The Big Picture

02:14 min | 9 months ago

Spider-Man: No Way Home and the Best Trailers of 2021

"The biggest trailer in the history of trailers premiered a couple of weeks ago. It's spiderman no way home. Now if you're a fan of the ring a podcast network. There was a two plus hour episode of the ringer verse entirely about this trailer. Hosted mallory ruben featuring danielson there was also a green room execution with mallory and then there was also a conversation between chris and andy on the watch about the spiderman. No way home trailer. So what do we have to contribute to this conversation. I actually do have something. I i love so much in. Particular is one of the greatest out there. But i do not listen to the two our breakdown of the trailer because that is engaging with the trailer and m. c. you and the world building in the way that fans of that franchise in existence do and i just engaged with things differently but i did listen to the watch. And here's the one thing that i think. Everyone is missing from this conversation. Wow here we go. I'm excited about this. Which is just understanding that. Tom holland is basically a one man one direction at this point for an entire generation. And so the the idea that this is like the most watch trailer ever has a lot to do with you. Know spiderman and the popularity of these movies and yada yada. It also has a lot to do with a lot of fans of a certain age who for whom tom holland and sunday and also like a massive massive star. They are the entry point for these movies. These franchises and also kind of the most important. I mean there's just like a teen beat quality to this which i do not say it's important for the teens. Have idols it really is. I'm speaking for the teen girls here. Anti boys honestly. I don't know why being exclusionary but so i what i think is interesting is to what extent can you convert those fans like phase. Whatever but clearly part to you and the multi verse which is what both this trailer and internals and this next chapter is trying to do

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Lizzo and Niall Horan Flirting Is Adorable

Daily Pop

01:18 min | 9 months ago

Lizzo and Niall Horan Flirting Is Adorable

"With chris evans. Because he about to lose his job and his blue has a new man in her life and that can only mean things are headed in one direction. Oh all of my funds. I'm sure your funds to feel like we should. Maybe they're all commit are we can get married. Would you make me sign a pre. No wait a minute. who. Now i trust you. We wouldn't have to sign a pre-nup of your actress. You last one. See if you can turn me on with your sexiest animal. Do that on the spot. I'd be like a right. Yeah why can do together can you. I will say my husband. Dave golf with him two weeks ago and said he was like split up into teams because it was a bunch of them and he said that he is so lovely. Show charming complete just unrelated. Obviously to know is going to speak about him. He was so cool so opposite. I'll do you choose. They went golfing and said he was very irish. Very cool so and she's very cool so maybe they will date irish a good guy and my boyfriend's irish. They're very good with with black women

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"one direction" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:08 min | 10 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on The Current

"All politicians respond to their domestic constituencies. And i think that the trudeau government was not going to do anything. Jeopardize the way that It was perceived as handling the pandemic. I think those same optics are taking place in the united states. The bided the administration doesn't want to do anything that would look as if you know they are. You know acting. In a sort of freewheeling capacity and and you know In a way that would open them up to criticism about the way that they're handling the pandemic so i i do think that there is some truth to to those to that perspective but some people might be confused why it is as big a deal for president biden given the high vaccination rates in canada. Why would he be reluctant to open the border to canadians. Well for those of us who are observers of the canada. Us relationship or for those of us who live and work on the border which by the way is about eighty percent of the canadian population. It does seem a little Odd that the binding administration is not lifting the non-essential border restrictions. But if you take a step back and look at the fact that the united states has to borders right obviously the northern border with canada and the southern border with mexico and you consider the fact that the non essential border restrictions were put in place simultaneously at both borders in march of twenty twenty from a policy perspective having some sort of coordinated approach to lift those restrictions does have you know there is rationale there and and i think that you know this. There are some folks in some quarters of the administration. Who would like to see restrictions. Lifted simultaneously epilogue borders. So i think i think that perspective along with the fact that the delta variant is Strengthening in the united states has given the administration pause. And i think one of the other things we're hearing about. The delay in decision is a simple matter of bureaucracy. There are a lot of agencies involved in the issues surrounding the borders. Well there are a lot of agencies involved you know historically there's been a lot of agencies involved in now in addition to the department of state and the department of homeland security you also have the. Cdc you have an agency that has to in court. Cooperate public health protocols into that You know security trade mix that has historically at least since nine. Eleven defined. Boorda relationships are border relationship between canada and the united states. So there is you know as my colleague. Lord trautmann out at the border policy institute and west at western washington. University has said there are a lot of cooks in the kitchen. And there's another cook that's been added to the mix so just just very briefly. Do you think the timeline to open the border on august. Twenty first two canadians going to the. Us is realistic I would not be surprised if it's the delta variant Continues to spread in the united states. If you know we do not have that under control or if the perception is that we don't have that under control. Unfortunately i would not be surprised. If the united states extended the essential travel restrictions. another month. I think until there is a bilateral plan in place that we will continue to see canada in the us. Move at Different tastes and Really take into account their domestic constituency when thinking about the border. Thank you so much for your time this morning. Oh thank you. Laura catherine brick friedman is a us canvas specialist with the woodrow wilson center candidate institute and we reached her in buffalo for more. Cbc podcasts goto. Cbc dot ca slash podcasts..

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"one direction" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on The Current

"As we possibly. Can stephen young. Thank you so much for your time bye bye. Stephen young lives in port colborne ontario. Just thirty kilometers from the us border. He frequently crossed the border for work. Pre pen democ throughout the nineteen eighty s strange phenomenon with sweeping north america. They were in a panic and people in panic. They want solutions allegations of underground satanic cults torturing and terrorizing children. The thing is there were no satanic cults preying on children and nearly thirty years later the people touched by it. All are still picking up the pieces into work of fiction. This is a work of history satanic panic available now around the world more than eighty women have accused peter nygaard of crimes ranging from rape to sex trafficking. If far exceeds jeffrey epstein he far exceeds. Bill cosby exceeds. Anything that. I think our worlds as seen so far a pattern of predatory behavior spanning half a century nygaard denies it all but now he faces criminal. Charges were poor man. He would have been jailed decades ago. He hid in plain sight. Evil by design available now on..

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"one direction" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on The Current

"You are a good friend. Yeah and and these are dear friends of ours sort of thing. We you know we. We would for us thirty kilometers to the border from where from our house. So you know. We crossed the peace bridge. All cross peace bridge all the time. I'll meet you for dinner. It's great you know so for us. It's it's it's still nothing's changed for us. And even for the americans coming over now like i have a couple of my cars that are coming over this week but it doesn't really work for them because they still have to test before they come. That test is only good for that trip. These are for lack of a better term commuter. Cottagers okay when they come to their cottage here in at on the north shore lake erie from anywhere from forty three up through poor kobe into wayne fleet. They commute back every day to go to work. That's just how it's always been for them. Okay it's it'd be no different than somebody having a cottage say in berry or or just a bit north of barrie brace bridge and they into toronto every day to go to work. 'cause people do that right but but let's let the. Let's talk about the reason why they haven't been able to come. The covert nineteen cases there surging and part of the. Us are you the part of the us. There surging aren't where those people are from. Part of the part of the it's in arkansas and and texas and and places like that they're not coming up here. The people are not coming up here. I'm talking about people right from the from from the western new york and and northern pennsylvania area. That's that to have places so worries about your part of the world. Nope vero absolutely zero. But you can understand why they're there would be the reluctance to let americans in and why not to be. Necessarily i mean i to be quite honest with you when when we were surging. Gte and we still are in brampton area and stuff like that. I have more concern in the niagara region because they come down here every weekend. Yeah we w is packed every weekend when people come out of the. Gte down here. I don't know who's vaccinated. And who's not i don't know who's you know what i mean but i'm wondering what you're hoping to hear the coming weeks about the going. The other way canadians being able to cross back into the united states hoping they open it up as soon as possible. And what's the first thing you're going to do if when to get it's opened up. See my customers first..

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"one direction" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"one direction" Discussed on The Current

"We've only seen them once since the pandemic started and we used to see them every three weeks so my parents used to drive to ohio. Because it's easier for them to drive them for me to put all three of my kids in a car and drive or by our drive So yeah they used to come down every three weeks since. Yes so it's been a dramatic change although although you can now cross to see your parents the board still close to canadians like your parents who are hoping to come the other way into the us. I'm wondering how anxious are you to have your parents come to see you. Oh i cannot wait. Because seeing my kids in their element and they're you know their comfort zone and stuff is is totally different. And we've got all these hopes and dreams of things that we want to be able to do at my house you know like with them Just like simple things like going to the zoo and stuff like that and and we've got we've got we've got quite a at this point like we literally have a paper and pen list of all the things that we're going to do when they're allowed to come back to to our house. How long are you going to be visiting with them. I'm here for a week..

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Mercury 13's Sarah Ratley Set out to Break the Glass Stratosphere

Overheard at National Geographic

01:31 min | 10 months ago

Mercury 13's Sarah Ratley Set out to Break the Glass Stratosphere

"Eighty-five years old five years old young correction i maybe five years young. So are you still fly. Or you still piloting plays yes. I fly with a friend of mine very often now. And i'm all used to all the newest equipment when i look at now and see a beautiful blue sky. I want to be up there sir. Bradley has spent a lot of her life pointed in one direction up and at times. She's tried to go even further. I wanted to find out new horizons. What isn't in star trek to go. Where no man has gone before we were leading the way to show that women could be in space to go into space. It's not easy. Astronauts are superhuman. god's basically that's victoria jaggard. She's one of my buddies here at national geographic and a fellow editor. She also writes about space. It is a physically mentally emotionally demanding. Job we are born raised evolved to be comfortable with this level of gravity with this atmospheric pressure. So if we're all meant to be earthbound how do we decide who makes a good astronaut. At the beginning of the space race nasa thought there was a quick answer but sarah radley and a bunch of other women made the country think again.

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Cognitive Scientist Maya Shankar on Creating Career Opportunities for Herself

The Goal Digger Podcast

01:37 min | 11 months ago

Cognitive Scientist Maya Shankar on Creating Career Opportunities for Herself

"Just think that's incredible and i think you know a lot of people and i love that you share this piece of your story where you think you want to go in one direction or you have a passion or curiosity and and then you kind of land where you were headed and it's not quite the right landing pad right in we're faced with these decisions of like do we pivot. Do we stay. You know especially when the dream isn't really the dream. And i just love how you kind of took charge and use your resources in dreamt up something that would fit you better. That was still in alignment with what you're going after. But but really kind of a sharp left in in where you had found yourself. And i think that's really empowering for women and i think it's something that that we need to ask ourselves moore's like is this what i thought it would be and if it's not where to go from here that's so well said and that's exactly what i was facing at the time believe me. I was extremely anxious about the idea of departing from a pursuit that i had been engaged for so many years at that point you know. There's this incited cognizance called the sunk cost fallacy. It does lead us to irrationally cling to that. We put a lot of time and effort into right. because we don't want to experience the cost of departing. I will say that one lesson. I learned from this. Experience is when you are venturing potentially into a new space and you're trying to use the resources that are within your community the opportunity might not exist and what i learned from this white house. Position is sometimes you can create it for yourself if the job doesn't exist try to get the job to

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Why Makers Struggle to Get Things Done

The Next Right Thing

02:58 min | 11 months ago

Why Makers Struggle to Get Things Done

"I read a line the other day. That i keep thinking about its from wendell berries novel hannah coulter that. I have been quoting a lot from lately. Here's the line. People are living as if they think they're in a movie. They're all looking in one direction toward a better place and what they see is no thicker than a screen. What they see is no thicker than a screen. I'd love to know what wendell berry had mind when he wrote that or rather what the character. Hannah had in mind when she thought it. But i deeply resonated with it. Even though i can't fully explain why. And maybe that's part of what i'm noticing myself over the last several months i'm resonating with a lot of things and holding pieces and parts fragments and flotsam. I'm collecting but i'm not arranging. And i like the collecting collecting as good and necessary collecting as part of what i do. I collect stories. I collect ideas images. Conversations beauty poetry and quotes but collecting is not. Creating collecting is not making to speak plainly. Y'all it's been a minute since i've made stuff and that is true. With two small exceptions one exception is actually this podcast for four years. These ten to fifteen minute podcast episodes have kept me sane crafting something with a bit of a slant something to help create space for your soul and mind to take a breath before we make our next move. I've loved doing this. I will love continuing to do this. But it's not very much content every week. Second as maybe silly as it sounds posts on instagram. Or something that i have continued to create. I don't post every day. But i do post every week and those small squares photos images and captions are form of making for me these days. Sometimes it's the only form. I get do right privately. And of course that counts too but it's inconsistent at best and i hope you don't hear this as a complaint but just a statement of the fax in two thousand nine paul. Graham wrote an excellent essay called schedule managers schedule every now and then i pull it up to read to remind myself no. I'm not crazy. And i haven't lost my creative edge. I've just become accustomed to working in a manner that is directly opposite from how i'm wired now if you've never read the essay. Here's the gist. Paul graham writes that there are basically two types of schedules amaker schedule and a manager schedule. Here's a quote directly from essay. The manager schedule is for bosses. It's embodied in the traditional appointment book with each day cut into one hour intervals. You block off several hours for a single task if you need to but by default you change what. You're doing every hour when you use time that way. It's merely a practical problem to meet with. Someone finds an open slot in your schedule. Book them and you're done

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"one direction" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"You. Are you prepared to apologize for that song. Now that we've seen that the greatest tragedy human history one chance as you brought to you on the spot about how funny funny like i said at the beginning of the video the virus in funny but the solemn shares kids so we were thinking. There's one thing about your music. It's really biased in one direction and we were wondering if you're thinking about doing some whoa country songs were gonna pick you some ideas for some country songs. You wanna hear me. Can you can pitch back some lyric ideas. I got friends in privileged places. I don't know the second one was referring to but everybody liked me and z pro-nazi me and z going vegan in the dark. I don't know what that's a reference right man man. I feel like a person who believes woman. Yes this is a good one. All my ex's change their sexes. These are all three for by. The collaboration video with a shamelessly trying to get.

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The Connection Between Menstrual Health and Mental Health

Therapy for Black Girls

02:20 min | 1 year ago

The Connection Between Menstrual Health and Mental Health

"Thank you so much for joining us today. dr flowers. thank you so much for having me. I'm so thrilled to be a part of this conversation. Yes i'm very happy to have you. Years has hawk all about minstrel health. And how that impacts on mental health and. I think this is a conversation that is often kind of overlooked. As i'm sure you're aware in a lot of your work and so can you really just talk with us about like the life cycle of our menstrual cycles. When you're harming your question. I immediately in my brain went to the way that people with over you actually have all the egg. From the moment they're born essentially means felt like i was in my mother's who is in her. My grandmother's who's been my great grandmother's like we are all connected right. There's like a power there and your astray in your ancestry and i know. We're talking about menstrual health. But like when you think about the connection between needs and thinking about young people learning about their bodies change a learning puberty learning about the cycle and how it works what it means for your potential for becoming pregnant thing pregnant. Parenthood menopause peri menopause. All of these stages just feels like there's so much unpack and then also like a really basic thing is like thinking about the way the uterine lining shed every twenty eight days. Which on some level is very clear concise on some level almost oversimplifies. It's really complex experience. People universes have so. I feel like there's a lot of talk about and i don't want to go too far in any one direction. Well i think you bring up a really good point around context for you know being in our mothers and our graham of his and all of those things because i think when you think about how those conversations happen around what's happening with our bodies it is very much connected to how the conversation has been head maybe with our mothers and grandmothers that really resonates with me absolutely and we could all tell stories about what we learned. I mean i remember. My mother taught me about what about a period and really thinking about like. How do you really explain to a kid. Lead is gonna come out of your diet. And that's the thing that's going to happen to you like. That's kind of a wild concept for kids to their brain around.

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Sea Level Rise a Major Threat to San Francisco

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Sea Level Rise a Major Threat to San Francisco

"All over the bay Area by 2050 In less than 30 years. Projections show floodwaters swamping bridges, infrastructure and entire neighborhoods. KQED science reporter Kevin Starke has been following this story as part of the Pulitzer Centers nationwide. Connected Coastlines Reporting Initiative and Kevin East Palo Alto specifically, is one community really susceptible to sea level rise in the Bay Area. How much of a threat is this? Well, already Half of the city lies in a federal flood zone. It's bound by water on three sides, the Bay and the San Francis Skeeto Creek. And it's located in the South Bay, where tides of the highest during bad storms the city already regularly experience is flooding. The average high tide in the bay is going in one direction. It's up. Scientific projections show up to a couple feet of sea level rise by mid century, and then the rate of rise could dramatically increase beyond that, so this is truly an existential threat for the community and his power out there. Great and this isn't just about sea level rise right? There are larger social forces at play here, too. Absolutely. The community is roughly two thirds Latino, has a sizable population from the Pacific Islands. In fact, we interviewed people who emigrated to East Palo Alto from places like Samoa and Tonga, in part to get away from flooding and climate change on the islands on me to find that it is an issue here along the bay, so the effects of climate change disproportionately impact communities like East Palo Alto. Many people in the community that we spoke with talk about the cost of housing. There's been a lot of pressure. There is Facebook and Google and other big companies have built campuses nearby. Yet East Palo Alto is this

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79 People Arrested Following Demonstration for Daunte Wright

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:48 min | 1 year ago

79 People Arrested Following Demonstration for Daunte Wright

"Again protesters have gathered on the day when the police officer who shot and killed twenty year old dante right while he was unarmed was arrested and charged with second degree manslaughter. Curfews in neighboring minneapolis and saint. Paul were in place last night at the same hour. But we're lifted tonight last night. Seventy nine people were arrested in brooklyn center. Minnesota from brooklyn center is nbc. News correspondent. ron led us off last night. what is the difference tonight lawrence. It's it just feels a lot more intense. There's a small crowd but they just seem to be a lot of energy there and then the last hours since nightfall we've again seen this exchange of projectiles rocks and bottles going in one direction. Rubber bullets a other devices other products coming from the police as well and and it goes on and on if you take a close look i think we can zoom over there. You can see again that sense over there. Which is the entrance to the police headquarters which again has been the focus of the protesters and the police and national guard. There's a significant national guard presence again there tonight. A troops in camouflage and heavy military like vehicles back there again trying to protect it this place and keep the protesters back oldest. Just comes down to the next hour. What will happen in the next hour. As we approach curfew will be police and national guard decided to push and clear the street out here as they have the past few nights. How long will they let. The protesters continued to go on

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"one direction" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"That was back when they were strong on twitter. So you're a whole day. People were tagging amnesty international on her behalf. And they're like i feel bad for you girl. And the tag amnesty international amnesty international. You really gonna do this. Antibac- stuff and i'm like man get a case. This is really going on and get a case but to sit around benching on twitter. All day you know the international with massey's third. They will be like man we didn't it wasn't about race she's a fucking asshole knows housing or because you can do the job because you're a fucking dick that will stay can fire you for leaving up and fired into hat man. They rarely ever happens. They rarely ever do. They will absolutely. I've seen it happen to me happening. Multiple people i know. They'll and they'll put that will stay. We just didn't want him here anymore. Wanna be any more you in her. Is i know you you you feathers for good reason. Given i wasn't right i was dealing with some with these kind of people. You know what i'm saying. I will just wasn't willing to kiss the ring. I wasn't gonna do it. You know what i mean. So they just be neat. My mind there. You know what i'm saying. So it's all and you have places like that i've worked for places like that where they just want indians. They don't know chiefs ri- at one time. The guy straight told me that he need to run a own company. Yup i need only help i. I was pissed. But i can't help but give give give him props for being honest. You know what i'm saying like. Oh ok pushing the line. You'll pushing that line. He's like wait a minute. That's exactly what we offer you find that they don't august to be a dumb muscle. I mean that's why they got jobs hall and all these other moving companies that just wanted to be done muscle. They'll need you worrying about why i ain't got no insurance. There's sales job. And i was trying to get the sales up and get us in a position where we could be better as a company mad and so like pushing the go hard in one direction you know and then you know like jive. They'll make it to where they make it an environment where you don't want to be there any do that kinda shit but i was still stand any way.

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"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

"Your family and your children Is there anything from this time that you want to take forward when we go back to some semblance heads. Whatever new normal the click. you know. it's a i on. I'm happy on fortunate to be working for a company. I'm working forward. Which is doing well i can. I can do the things. I need to do Primarily here from From home allah. We're starting to open offices here in dc and some point things is the point where we can travel businesses everywhere. I'm based here yoga boss. Our ceo works in houston are trading for london. Our businesses everywhere from From you know from china to to to korea so we're we operate all of the world but we're on. I think we've gotten pretty good at demonstrating the flexibility. We need to show in an environment like this night. I hope we launched some of that too like we're we're we're we're we just like everybody else. Who's those pandemic are learning how to and hot operate in this new environment. And i think we've been able to do it in a way that's kept our employees safe and That's been able to delight to deliver the value that we need to deliver to our to our customers so Better test for us. But it's been a test for many and hopefully we were. We're learning something as we go along and then last question. what something. you're looking forward to personally something you're looking forward to professionally So we're we're i think we're raw looking forward to the time which were we can kind of go back to some of our previous previous practices and hager's right you know in the post pandemic era In that will come when it comes right. We need to win this thing and we need to make sure that we're that we're bringing the comedy back better and stronger. I think that made my phone my family. We've been fortunate that we were working for the company and we can take some of those times. Look for some personal betterment opportunities. I'm when things. I'm doing here at home is. I'm i'm doing a second bachelor's degree at american public university. You know that's ambitious. I'm not not meeting now. So i get an extra hour here and there right so Some doing it might might son and my daughter both come math people. I'm trying to keep up with them. As i go into missouri as also doing a a patchy chewing math matic which is actually been Kind of a fun. Challenge for me as i as i get older. I wanna keep my brain operating so learning something new. That's a little bit. Different is is is something that from houston catherine. Oh that's so fun and a funny thing. We have in common cause i took on calculus khan academy as one of my pandemic challenges..

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"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

"I'm sure you have your view of the market place I as demand scenarios including in sustainable development scenario where the world is working to reduce collectively to reduce carbon emissions by in all these scenarios. There's a big forecast for ellen g when you think and you laid out your five principles early on which i think articulates why there will be demand but what do you what do you see the future for ellen g around the world being well our job or released is at this point is execute like we. I think we build a terrific. We've built a business. It's really important for our customers Our customers abroad traits a lot of opportunity here in the united states as well. And when you know. There's lots of lots of forecasts about what a two degrees world looks like. And what is the. What's the carbon budget into your world. And how do you fill it out. Lots of smart people talking about policy drivers and what policies do you put in place One thing that we that we know we know as someone who's who cares deeply about climate But also has looked at the challenges will actually giving these things. You know beyond the bumper stickers that the transition paths county You've gotta come up with a set of processes and policies that get you to the objective but that you can and will implement And that implementation has to be by governments domestically internationally and governments run by human beings all sorts of drivers right You know there's a philosophical conversations added out you know what is the best way and who's doing what and whatnot and you know. There's no shortage. Just think tanks here who will Do lots of round tables on the way of the world right but one thing that i think the understanding i think i have you know from looking at some of these models and the transition path is that You need it all right. You need all reductions you can get are important. No the fact that that natural gases pushing cole out domestically think is important significant The fact that data natural gas is going to be needed for baseload stability for kong's growing his important. It makes different solutions achievable right because it saw it's part of the current the current way that we use a hurt. Kurt methodology reason to to create electricity. That supplies our accommodates international. And that when. You're looking for doable. Solutions are the each of the goal We think there's going to be important. Now there's gonna be alive oysters and a of things that drive things in direction ago so our job is to be to be transparent to make our performance metrics here domestically better and better and better. I grew to be driven to do. Better work with suppliers or doing better. Cook a cooperate to ensure that we're adducing. We're doing what we can We'll see what new innovations come in terms of reducing the way the impact way the way the gases actually used internationally We'll see what the government does here with. You know measures like forty five q that would incentivize uses the natural gas to to sequester that gas instead of released that sort sequester that was emissions that that co two instead of instead of admitting it And there's a lot of past the world can take. So i'm not the prediction business. But i know that the business model that we have and the offering that we have You know the these issues client the question you're asking me. Now we see that as being tailwinds or our company. I like that well let me give our audience. Little chance to get to know to you. Personally i have to to closing personal questions for you In this pandemic time you like me are Sequestered with.

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"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

"Cfd task force Climate related financial disclosures Which is becoming the when we look at the reasons why we hadn't drexel transparency or working with suppliers reduce emissions or or measuring things are in engaging with with bureaucrats in washington dc or brussels It's it's all about coming creasing. What we see is the competitors of our company and that's based on the fact that these are things that that that insurers and banks and i'm answers and the market is that are all demanding from the banks in europe to Tebessa like blackrock is important investor for for for chenier It is critically important for us to show progress Show progress in his in his aries. So you know. We're i enjoy engaged in this because we think like these feel like hard questions but actually really important questions for chenier because we want to be part of this conversation because we think getting the rules of the road are important One of the things. I got to work on until working my previous life or thinking about transition pass you know thinking like how do you ensure he putting in place rules. Regulations that that incentivize the right behaviors and push things in the right direction So you know we walk with interest things like the government working on the rules for forty five q the regulation that would property tax read for carbon capture sequestration. Take that c o two instead of mitigates that fear permanently sequestering at either in deep sailing up for his or enhance or recovery operations Those rules need to work. Those products aren't easy. They're difficult recounter's right now is that there's no direct financial incentive in many cases other than the overall investor pressures to capture that co two and. Make sure doesn't get into the environment so the rules Continue to be important but it's also really be important for us to continue to listen to our investors and understand that this is this is direction the direction of the market direction..

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"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

"The we've we've been able to bring these trains kiss consistently on board under budget ahead of schedule and you're also buying a broader transparent regulatory environment. So you've got a better idea of of the footprint of the gas purchasing compared to buying it from other places that might claim certain capabilities or a certain metrics But but here you know we're we're we're signing alive on ourselves. We think that's positive. That's really interesting. Because it provides a different perspective on say the european union creating a standard up maybe a methane intensity for gas so maybe maybe producers in the us would see that as a negative as a regulatory regime is going to be exported to the us. But you're providing different framing which is if if imported gas has to be held to a higher standard. It may actually put north american gas. Us gas in your case in particular in an advantageous position compared to countries that aren't under investor pressure to change their ways. I mean the pressures aren't going go away right and you can't fight the pressures i mean. It's not this is not a temporary thing. the the goalposts removing. But they are going to move in one direction. It's it's not like things are going to get easier so The idea of understanding your position and you know working with you know working with your suppliers to find areas of common ground so you can find ways of of of operating the cleaner and in a in a way that is more transparent We think there are opportunities. These fugitive methane emissions throughout the night are our scope. One emissions in terms of egypt methane emissions are relatively low right. But we know when you look at the entire footprint of natural gas. They sue one of the issues. That you understand very well as you know that upstream footprint and i'll novels flyers with the same the working together with like minded suppliers to say. What is the way that we can make this argument stronger. Not only not only transparency about-turn argument but also in endeavoring to do bet but who are who are the players will look to do better this low hanging fruit here because unlike unlike most concessions at one would make in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. And this case again preaching the choir here that that that molecule that that that quantity of gas that you're not emitting through Through a blown compressor or some other appropriate. You having still. He's is a molecule you can sell into the market and is a modular. We would like to buy right. We all that gas available and not flared organized so you have to work together with like minded wires you wanna push the ball direction and actually not only be open.

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"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

"Ellen g to in buyer. We don't sell access to our plant. We don't make the buyer coming by the gas in the united states. Move it and be responsible that so you can either bring your dessel to sabine pass or to corpus christi and pick it up or we can take that natural at a hell angie and delivered to your door stop And that that model has created law flexibility for customers that has been nominated worked really well for chenier but also works well for for for customers. And we've seen that even in a lotta these economic challenges right now that we've reconfirmed our financial guidance. Our earnings guidance for the last couple of quarters in a row in the middle of your darren downturn You know some other. Lds plants were not quite as as as fourteen or successful. And having that as a you know that that piece of stability in the love what's been a challenging domestic market right for a lot of companies. I think ten still to lend some stability to the overall that domestic. Us peace so maybe along question. But i think that You know i. I like the position that we have in terms of Our our potential to grow and do well the thing that we do. Well let me pull in. A couple of things he said is such an important gas buyer in the us and someone who advocates for Improve continuing to improve the greenhouse gas footprint of our industry and the narrating that really boldly out in the world. One of the pushbacks. I get is the then. Us gas will be or canadian. Gas will be competing in with unregulated gas from other International actors and so. I'm wondering how how chenier how you think about if it's an advantage to have an by really environmentally strong greenhouse gas footprint strong product as you're looking to few future market as well as as we're seeing these massive commitments to green stimulus in In europe for example Do these factors combine in a way. That's relevant for for how you're thinking about the future. Let's that's a question. Actually look at it right because United conversation with the ambassador. Dick mornings who runs the energy center over at the at the atlantic council. We did it again okay. Gauge over there in one of these questions won't crest..

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"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

"Obviously shamir's job is to to export. Move ellen g around the world Can you talk about. I've heard you talk about five trends. In the way the you fit into the energy transition. I would love for you to talk about that and feel free to keep returning to this idea of where The right thing aligns with business interests because i think that's so important for us to be really clear about on so that we that that that were always returning to this idea of doing the right thing but we do figure out how to how to align with our business interests so great question and a big one for us so we recently released first corporate social responsibility report which was was a real exercised president for the company as well So before ours. At chenier i spent around seven years in government. Ariza sector of energy during the obama administration were primarily focused on research and development. That was geared toward safety health environment groundwater recently announced gas emissions from natural gas coal and and everything else so that was the work. I did there an hour per chevron right chevrons company. it's been around for one hundred years. I we've been around for about four years as an operating company. We are a new operating company. And it's a new concept like we're the first major pure play. Alan g export company from From the united states domestically in the us so when it came time for us to think about corporate social responsibility report there wasn't a report i could shop and say here's how agni corporate did this and let's copy it like we really had to think basic principles like how do you think about concepts of corporate social responsibility from point of view of a pure play. Us cowan g. l. exporting into the five. I'll we kept those quickly. Maybe news frame. Some of your question but Kind of broad trends as the way the world right. I know classes growing international and that means more and more individuals throughout the world. Who are going to be expecting access to energy as part of the quality of life right. And that's the trend novel trend number. Two policymakers it both domestically and internationally they understand the climate change is real their understanding the urgency address it. Now we'll see what the world does in terms of doing things that he needs. But policymakers understands like you know we believe that the scientific trends are clear. I mean even have to talk about perspective things. Because they're thinking had observed right now. The moon is you can see that these trends are real can policy makers understand the real and so as a company that makes money exporting commodity. We have to understand third. Energy transition is a long road. Got to work on when our assistant sector department understanding the hard things that policymakers have to do in order to take the aspiration reducing greenhouse gas emissions turning to the reality of the way that we consume energy domestically internationally so that transitions along road.

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"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"one direction" Discussed on Energy Thinks with Tisha Schuller

"Weird pandemic thing we have in common. Here's my conversation with chris chris. Welcome thank you for joining me. On the energy things podcast. It's so great to have you here. Thanks it's good to. It's good to talk to you again. it's been wa. It has been a while so just a couple of weeks ago we had hurricane. Laura one of the things i i talk a lot about in my work is the importance of civic leadership of our industry of our industry leaders and I was delighted to learn about shamir's one million dollar donation to the storm's relief efforts. I let me just ask how the chenier team is doing. And also maybe tell us a little bit about about what inspired you to participate in that way. Well thanks that question so you don't. While many of my co workers some of them did have severe damage to homes into their neighborhoods and this impact impacted employees. And you know the the people who worked with the company First of all you know. I'm really thankful that we're able to account for no one hundred center employs. Every single employee was safe from. That's that's job number one. Whether in a hurricane or really operations make sure that we send every hope employed home safe every day You can't operate. Success was a company that does not averse party in order to protect our employee base. We shut down the sabine pass elite for the first time ever. Its first time. We've done that since it's been operational and then to continue to serve as customer that towards. I think we're really proud to be able to restart out was the second largest Leeann the world restarted it in a lover week so nama we keep employees safe but now we you know really proud is operated team. They terrific job building operating maintaining these facilities. That kind of shows no call coming maniacal focus our ceo and everyone had to near has on this idea of operational excellence of safety may seeing the same sort of thing in response to to covid new we've set up temporary housing Debris services early on to make sure that our workers on cider are safe and the thr- able to to to keep doing their jobs but we're also able to make sure we're working with them in isolation to to make sure that they're those all times whether they're onside or offside So that's you know that kind of leans into our focused You mentioned are are one nine dollar donation hurricane laura so again. You know proudest work for a company that has type of commitment to to seven community We have the supply. Dr deteriorate recently with houston astros. We feel.

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