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"oxford england" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"1954 in Oxford, England, 25 year old medical Student Roger Banister, cracks track and field's most notorious barrier. The four minute mile banister who was running for the Amateur Athletic Association against this alma mater, Oxford University, won the mile race with a time of three minutes 59.4 seconds for years, so many athletes had tried and failed to run a mile in less than four minutes that people started to think it was physically impossible This'll week in 1984, claiming that its athletes will not be safe from protests and possible physical attacks. This Soviet Union announces that it will not compete in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Despite the Soviets statement, it was obvious that the boycott was a response to the decision of the U. S to boycott the 1980 games that were held in Moscow. And this week in 2004. The final episode of Friends airs on NBC, the familiar theme song I'll Be There for you by the Rembrandts announces the beginning of the end. As an estimated 51.1 million people tune in for the final original episode of NBC's long running comedy. Syriza's Friends Reunion Special is set to air on HBO Max before the end of this year. What happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history on my heart radio, keeping the commitment Of Real Texas real Fuck on your built reality called 713 to 1259 57 13 to 1259 50. See that bill in the Linda Gates are getting divorced after 27 years of marriage. Um, yeah, some service joint statement. This is kind of this is this'll biggest the best those divorce right? I mean, you want to talk about splitting up billions of dollars with the assets dying? Some serious money involved in that well, biggest asset Most of us have is our home. And the value of our home has been going up. And here in Texas. That's welcome a double edged sword because you know we have no income tax. And therefore, when you see a big spike in your home value, you see a big spike in your property taxes because it's based on the appraised value of your home. And most folks are saying about a 10% increase these days and very little complaining you can do I got my assessment. And it went up like 9.8%. Body. The assessment is still less than what I know A neighbor's old exact same home that I have 45 doors down for, like 25 Grand Maura than what my assessment was so kind of leaves me in a place where he can't complain the whole heck of a lot. Joins to talk about what's going on with real estate these days from bankrate dot com and less. Jeff Ostrovsky, Jeff, I think it's the same thing. It's not just Texas is going on all over the place, isn't it? Yeah, This is really an amazing housing boom that the last time we were in a housing boom 15 years ago, the big run ups in values were really confined to a few areas. Florida in Vegas and Phoenix and California and then some urban markets like Boston and Denver and Seattle. But this time around it home prices are going up everywhere there. Soaring in Texas, which we didn't see 15 years ago. The home values are soaring in the Midwest, which we didn't experience back in the last boom, so it's really much different than the last housing friends that we saw. Part of part of the reason why it's going up here so much. Um, I guess everywhere it's it's a supply and demand issue right. You don't have. If there's many people selling their homes as they normally was, there's fewer homes to pick from, which means there's higher demands and more bidding wars. You've got that, plus the combination of really still historically low interest rates. Yeah, yeah, all of the above And then, uh, I I'll throw in another one, which is the lack of new home construction. It's It's not as much of an issue in Texas just because it's easier to build in Texas than it is in most parts of the country. From a regulatory standpoint, but the there's a lack of new homes for sale. There's a lack of existing homes for sale, partly because if I own a house and I I'm not going to sell my house also have somewhere to go and a hip there. If I've got to fight off 30, other bidders for a house, it's It's hard for me, Tonto successfully by So I'm a lot of people are just kind of sitting on their hands right now, rather than putting their homes on the market. All had one more thing, too. I think part of it least here in Texas is we have such an influx of people moving here from high tax states, especially California, and in California. Real estate is you know is so pricey. Get the Texas and they think they died went to heaven. You know, they see a 505 $100,000 will buy you in Texas for a home versus what $500,000 would buy you and Southern California for home, and there's no comparison. Yeah, and, you know, way we're hearing maybe nine months ago that California was over that everyone was leaving California, but home prices are soaring in California. And so, yeah, You're right. It's there's a lot of this value arbitrage going on where people are moving from from California to Texas or from New York to Florida and realizing they combine a lot more. House with their money. Remember 15 years ago in the housing market back then, that didn't end well in places look like Florida in Las Vegas home. Home values plummeted. It was it was a housing bubble that burst I haven't heard the same kind of talk about the bubble burst this time around. Why is that? Well, it's because of the supply and demand issues. We were just talking about so 15 years ago, there were there were construction cranes on the gun, the skylines of most of the cities where there were where they were booming prices that you had. Thank you little friends is that we're driving new construction. Um, that's not happening. This time around. The new construction has been very muted and that is a result. There's not a lot of supply. The other big difference is just the availability of credit. So 15 years ago, anybody could get alone for any amount with nothing down with no proof of income. No. You know, know your limits around credit scores and and that was what really inflated the market back in the 05 or six or seven. It was very easy for people who were not credit worthy to go out and buy multiple houses. And then it is soon as values stopped going up. They were they were in real trouble, and the lending climate is much different now. I mean, the typical mortgage borrow in the US right now has a near perfect credit. Is putting significant money into their home. Um so it just it seems highly unlikely that we're gonna have a whole wave of defaults and foreclosures, which is the opposite of what we saw 15 years ago. You see anything coming that might slow this down. Well, the affordability issue that you just mentioned is, uh, is going to be a big challenge. Um, I mean, there's It's the these Appreciation levels of sort of defined logic so far, but they're they're still happening, But it's some point. Your you have to wonder if people are still gonna be able to afford houses. The other. Smaller issue, I would say is mortgage rates. Everyone expects mortgage rates to rise this year. If they rise gradually, It probably won't affect demand. But if they really spike they, then they're definitely would be less demand for for home buyers. It's gonna be interesting to see isn't what? What we consider to be too much to pay for a mortgage after we've gotten so used to these incredibly historically low rates where now? 4% 4% sounds expensive. 5% sounds insane. Yeah. Yeah, that is amazing. But I guess the thing to keep in mind is that from the jump from 3% to 4%. I mean, that's a 33% jump in your mortgage rate. And so This cheap money has has been driving some of this thing, boom and in home prices and you have to think if you have warriors race get up above 4%. It's really going to put a damper on on what Borrowers can qualify for Yeah. And if we go out, still go out and use credit cards and pay 17% or higher interest on those is an amazing When? Well, something is expensive. Yes, Yes. Well, I would advise against carrying the balance on the mortgage. You don't want to do that. But that 3% or even 4% sounds like a pretty good deal. All right, Jeff. Hey. Good to talk to you. Thanks for your time, sir. Appreciate it. Okay, Thanks a lot. You bet from bankrate dot com. That's their analyst Jeff Ostrovsky. Joining us here on In 9 50 kprc? Yeah. I mean, that really got my attention when the guy two doors down, sold his house for $30,000 Maura than I thought he could ever hope to get for it. And sold it in less than a week. I thought, OK..
The Loneliness Of The Climate Change Christian
"Years of age Richard. CIZEK always dreamed of being a diplomat brokering agreements and alliances abroad for the United States I have old passport did money for most of his life or Memento worked on Capitol Hill as what he calls a diplomat for God he represented the largest network of Evangelical Christians the National Association of Evangelical the Naet, and we should just add that while the naet represents a wide swath of Evangelical Christians when we use the term evangelical in this episode, we're GonNa mean white evangelicals whose politics dynamics are very different from the Black Evangelical Church spotted Senator Hillary. Clinton is describes his job as being a lobbyist for thirty million evangelicals. Thank you got floppy blonde hair blue eyes elastic sort of face. Growing up in the family farm his mom was a Kennedy Democrat and his dad was a Nixon Republican and so I was always the bridge builder the diplomat in college he protested against the Vietnam War but he also signed up for ROTC and when I marched on Saturdays, my anti-war friends through exodus. CIZEK enjoyed being the kind of person who could move between worlds listen to both sides. But he also felt confused about what he believed in, and so I came home from my third year college to work for college tuition and. I was invited by a friend to a Baptist Church. And I heard an alter call. It didn't know at the time even what an alter call was it actually what is integral where the preacher, the evangelist or the pastor says? Received Jesus Christ as your person saying if you don't. You're turning away. God. You're saying no. To the Creator. In one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, when CISIC became an evangelical that did not mean subscribing to one political party voting Republican that would happen by the end of the decade. More than thirty million Evangelical Christians in America, we will come you governor Ronald Reagan. That's INCISA. Gets a job at the National Association of Evangelical 's It was clear that evangelicals were forced to be reckoned with you know opposing gay rights opposing abortion, but he wants to do more than the family values. Stuff imagines an even bigger role for Christians in politics I wrote a letter to the White House suggesting that the president newly elected. Ronald Reagan. That he ought to give a major speech on the morality of the Soviet Union and nuclear arms. And speechwriters at the White House they called me up and they said we like this come meet with US Ladies and gentlemen the President of the United States. This speech that Reagan gave to size in March of Nineteen ninety-three hue very become one of his most famous. Those of you win the National Association of Evangelical just going to talk about the issues that Christians are known to care about teenage sex pornography abortion and hard drugs. They talk about the Cold War Erica has kept alight the torture freedom to words made the speech. So famous when evil empire because the Soviets. Evil, empire the focus of evil in the modern. World Reagan. Took something that had not been Christian issue and made it. One Reagan was challenging the evangelicals not to sit on the sidelines or you pleased chorus I mean this was like a coup on my part. He was the guy who invited Reagan to speak my credit my street cred with this conservative group that I'd come to work for was established eventually sizing. Became Vice President for government affairs the and it's evangelical started getting more political power. This funny thing happened where non-christians would approach Cizek just to get his support on some piece of legislation and seismic was open will join with the youth the dreaded Aclu to pass the prison rape. Reform Act felt like speaking out on other issues that would actually give evangelical is more clout join with feminist pass. The trafficking victims. Protection Act. And then size, it gets an invitation did he s think hard about? The invitation is to Oxford England for a big conference on global warming. So your desk to get this invitation you automatically you're sure you WANNA take it. Is there any doubt? No no I I again have to calculate and I ask the chair of the board at the time and she says you shouldn't go. Because why? One. skepticism about mainstream science in you know there is this syllogism. Scientists believe. In climate change scientists believe in evolution. So. We don't believe
Coronavirus vaccine update: Importance of Covid-19 drug, current status
"Living through this pandemic has brought out in US. Two things one patients. There's an acceptance now that the coronavirus will be with us for a while. We've also become impatient waking up everyday hoping for news of a vaccine breakthrough to get us back to normal life. A vaccine typically take years if not decades to develop but most experts think a vaccine could be available by next summer. That would be a huge scientific feat. There's a lot of attention being paid to and a lot of money. Invested in one particular vaccine going through clinical trials in Oxford England. Tiffany cassidy is a reporter based in Oxford. She's taking part in the trial and got the test vaccine about a month ago. So tiffany wise so much attention going to this particular vaccine trial so firstly. It's the speed of when this could be ready. But Jenner Institute in Oxford was already working on a really similar vaccine which led them speed up their process meeting if they're vaccine works first doses could emphasis on the could be available by September. Another reason to watch it is the. Us Government just announced to one point two billion dollars for hundreds of millions of doses of it with the first doses to be delivered in October so massive financial investments going into this and a lot of places are looking for a return. So will this particular vaccine that they're testing Oxford will it? Work is looking promising so far so the results that we have so far are from the animal trials and these animal trials. I made the news. Because the vaccinated animals were healthy compared to the unvaccinated. Once in that. Look really promising then. Scientists shared their skepticism. One major concern was vet. There was still corona virus in the noses of the vaccinated animals. And that's what David Sales Berry highlights. He's the former director of immunization fourth. You Case Department of Health and he says those results show a lack of complete protection if a vaccine recipient was exposed to corona virus. They might be able to spread it to other people so I think that everybody will look at these results with caution. Clearly they are the very earliest results and we need to see what happens next and this vaccine might have. Better results with two doses. Which is something that is being tested on humans and of course if everyone needs to doses than that becomes an issue of manufacturing speed so a lot to be determined so tiffany urine. This trial Assuming you've not been given the placebo. What risks are you taking with us as a participant in this trial obviously Really hoping that this vaccine is safe and it would be great if it worked as well but if I received the trial vaccine the biggest concern is an increase negative reaction to the virus and with the sped process of his Oxford trial. Human trials have actually started while the animal trials are still ongoing but all vaccine trials have safety concerns and for me given how important it is to find a vaccine much. Rather take on those risks and feel like. I'm doing something to help the
"oxford england" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch
"Want to all our firms and you know an MR firms. Even getting really big. We're going to have all the expertise on staff and Ono. We want to be really lean you know. This is a constant ebb and flow. This isn't new dacoven but now with that in mind. What do you foresee happening Howard? Mr Berms going to get that confidence to bid for the work. I think several things. There are several components to this question. I one of the things that Has Been around is going to stay is the procurement is are still going to be using procurements and I think that is very difficult. Process for some market research agencies and I think that that process alone is is a very difficult one but when you get down to the market research agencies. I think that one of the things that we're seeing today is that there are multiple scenarios have to happen in bidding. Because we really don't know what the situation is going to be like in country or even here in the US. We don't really know what the situation is going to be when the job is actually going to happen. Oh that is interesting. I hadn't thought about that you're having to people are having to bid for it right now without knowing whether that's going to be online quality or the idea is we don't know if it's on like while we don't know if it's in person we don't know if it's in a mall we don't know if it's going to be forced to the online We really just don't know and when it gets in country it's even more complicated. We don't know what the social distancing rules are going to be in country so we're having to provide a lot more scenarios in the car and bidding and and. I think that that's going to happen even the full and maybe the beginning of next year because we don't know what the waves are going to be this. Kobe and we you know there's some hope I think somebody in Oxford England thinks that they might have a vaccine which would be amazing. We just don't know what's going to happen so I think that the process is going to be what it is right now which is multiple scenarios and bidding for sure. We'll tell me a little bit about how you been managing your team first of all. I'd like to say how much you know we've been thinking about you because you're based out of New York and I know this has been really difficult but you do have to be considering all of your team all over the world. So what's something that is worked for you keeping your team together and keeping them engaged in and connected and all of those things that we really need that heart in it right now? What's working for the Gazelle Global Team? Zoo Zoom Zoom Zoom. Luckily we've been virtual for a long time so bet we were able to operate day. One really You know we were in the office on Thursday on Friday. We all started working from home. And that was that the funny part back is L. as we was supposed to be moving so our office leases up. Oh actually today's the last day so we're really going to be going into the office to just pack up our stuff and We're really going to work. Virtually for a while until this all shakes loose. Because you know they're really we just can't For See US moving into office space in the city right at this moment so we're just going to remain virtual until there is some you know we just see the direction the world is going in right is. Is there something that's been grounding you as a leader as you've been talking to your to your employees and and even to the clients is what's giving you the Sheri- right now? And how? How are you being able to move through it? Yeah we we've been reaching out to our customers and just talking to them about how they're doing everything okay but I have to say Another source of support for me has been my wire.
Oxford Team May Lead In Race To Find A Coronavirus Vaccine
"In any race it helps to have a head start and so in the race to develop a coronavirus vaccine a team of researchers from Montana in Oxford England maybe in the lease because they had a head start last year the Jenner institute at Oxford university developed a vaccine for a different corona virus they've now adapted for the virus that causes covert nineteen and in late March scientists at the rocky mountain laboratory in Hamilton Montana tried out the vaccine on six monkeys they were exposed to heavy levels of the virus twenty eight days later the monkeys were virus free and had no ill effects according to The New York Times the researchers hope for an emergency approval from regulators and if they get it expected of Ella a million doses of the vaccine by September that would be substantially
"oxford england" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Related stories it's broken you will in the morning and what are some of the most amazing pastries in the world there Claire Chris saw some flaky baklava well good could you imagine that the pop tart maybe the most unsophisticated of all pastries created a situation where police needed to be called what and now the story is making national headlines again all over a single pop tart you'll find out what happened in laser stories next spring you will morning Hey so so you don't bring mine the radio segment just got the Nobel Prize for ABS eight ounce of water laser stories three segments were read weird news stories from around the globe just like every other radio show does except we have a laser and those other non schools down this First Lady story is out of Oxford England.
University Of Oxford, England And Seventy Six Grams discussed on Ethan Bearman
"But you may have heard some recent concern about the increased risk of cancer that comes along with eating red and processed meats. It came out of the study from the university of Oxford in England. They found the people who ate seventy six grams of red and processed meat per day, which is about a quarter pound beefburger at a twenty percent higher risk of developing colon cancer compared to those who ate a lot less. What's more the study also found
"oxford england" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"He loves studying these these medieval writers who themselves love all these different layers and different perspectives working simultaneously in the same work, and then as a Christian Lewis had very profound beliefs about the universe itself. Gone. The supreme artist the supreme author has made every single thing in creation for. This particular individual purpose, and for interdependent purposes with every other created thing. So we all important as individuals, and we are important as communities and even seemingly random things have been made for a purpose. We may not be able to work out. What that is. But it exists in the mind of God. So in his book on prayer Lewis says down to the curve of every wave and the flights of every insect. God is working his purposes out. You're listening to a special recording Aircon taxes show to Socrates in the city of right here. Oxford England, stay tuned. In theaters now unbroken path to redemption. Witnessed the next chapter able to forget everything. A little true story a drowning man just looking for some type, but there's a lifeline just unbroken path to redemption rated PG thirteen may be inappropriate for children under thirteen now. Playing for teeters and tickets, go to unbroken, film.
"oxford england" Discussed on Mixergy
"So it's a, she someone, you know, a person that that from Oxford England, one of the users on the side created beside quiz, who were you on your best life and on the surface of it didn't look or feel any different than any other piece of Cornyn was reading played on that. I guess it was just much better and much better experience. It was that moment when people talk about overnight success. Obviously, we struggled for two years. We got nine, but we did experience the overnight turn in which on February twenty seven, two thousand fourteen. We head about a thousand unique users per day and the following day we had one medium. So that was just the one piece of on the twin firearm. And everybody was so good was it was so very and not with approved the of fries. When you give a great set of tools in the heads of very talented people, they can create marvels with it in much beyond what you can ever create and you know, then the more they're the secret that gets environment media is there once we had a million us on our website, some of them also explode out of some of them decided to create their own of on thin and some of those creations became hits as well. And so you know the slogan out running. And you know, kind of led us to those numbers that before that were just inconceivable I would never, I dreamt about it, but I never suicide mentioned will get to, you know, millions and then billions of users. It was, you know, beyond my why this patient's? What's your process now forgetting customers. You're not waiting for them to discover you you starting to say earlier that you go to different events in I cut you off because I wonder save it for later so we can stay in chronological order, talk a little bit about what the processes for bringing a stranger in in explaining the process and signing them up and getting the customer. So today, the majority of our business marketing activities actually geared towards brands agencies, educating them about how can they create breaded awareness and promote the product, our using the tools. So we recently conducted there was recently a research conducted by Nielsen, but was examining the impact of promotional campaigns were haunted. Campaigns create if the players to set any find out that the create grand awareness of about ninety one percent which is more than twelve that in those standard average. So just another great too, bright great has demanded just like are are just like us Tuesday Dettori also news commercially when you create them. It's really attuned to help.
Trump’s U.K. Visit: Pomp, Protests and a Bombshell Interview
"Closing bell the dow jones industrial average up two hundred nine points to twenty four nine zero nine the s and p five hundred up twenty one and the nasdaq composite was up ninety five to seventy eight eleven president trump and his wife melania on their way to a black tie gala at blenheim palace near oxford england or they'll be joined by british prime minister theresa may the dinners trump's official welcome to the uk during their first full visit since the president's election the president war tuxedo and mrs trump wore a pale yellow gown as they boarded a helicopter to the gala nato chief jens stoltenberg says that despite president donald trump's fire and brimstone approach to this week's summit the us president has had an impact on the commitment by alliance members to boost their individual military spending stoltenberg says today that the clear message from president trump is having an impact and a potential witness in the slaying of black teenager emmett till says he's talked with law enforcement about the case in recent months till's cousin wheeler parker said today he's pretty sure investigator asked him about what happened in a mississippi store the day till whistled at a white woman before his slaying in one thousand nine hundred eighty five eighty six degrees three thirty two i'm michael phillips six eighty wcbs news you have unfiled tax returns your tax debt by name is greg talbot was strategic tax resolution people with tax debt tend to way too long to seek help i'm here with chip it was facing a similar situation jet well like many people greg i think i kind of ran from it and hit from it and the others will just go away but when they start sending threatening letters about levies and withholding your wages and so forth and you finally come to a point when you have to deal with it i owed about one hundred and thirty thousand dollars and having worked with you you reached out to the irs.
"oxford england" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We will take your calls next hour with tim scully and as we talk about the haunted historical colonial williamsburg virginia tim you are a pretty accomplished guitarist are you not i am that i always thought that the music would be the center of my life and going back to that thing boy something's happened that you just don't expect and your life takes drastic that you never thought what had happened and that's that's what happened with me although i still love to and i played the guitar it's right now it's taking a back seat to these projects about trying to prove that the paranormal really exists and you know i wanted to address that commercial they just played a few minutes ago where there was a fellow skeptic i think his name was jack that said that how can you be educated and intelligent and believe in ghosts normal and so on and i have been reading a book by a kelleher he's a phd him well and he wrote hundred skin walker and i was interested in going out to the skin walker ranch and trying to photograph that area and see what could be amazing and so one of the things that colin bro in his epilogue about the paranormal was the fact that ninety percent of the universe and i guess physicists are no longer going to university calling it a multi birth but ninety percent of the universe is invisible to not only are is but to our instruments and there was another fellow his name was david deutsch she's physicists from oxford england and he said that the multidiverse is the only tenable solution to the problems that they have mathematically with figuring out what this place is that we live in what is reality so with ninety percent of everything completely invisible to are are is how is it not possible to believe in something like ghosts and some of the other things that people claim to have seen you had some strange pictures of that looks somewhat human they're kind of bizarre what do you think they are well there's a few strange pitchers so i'm gonna address this this question two different ways one of the one of the things that they could possibly be are aliens.
"oxford england" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Cutting back to you but you know we were on tour and rewriting the script there isn't a lot of what you wrote in the script still but i need you to hear something you gonna beat your house today and i go yeah so david comes over with his guitar with a cassette he says i love the story about you hearing tone so i put a character in the movie that here's tones and i wrote a song for them and i want you to hear it and david play the first version of radiohead which is in the movie and the songs phenomenal and it was like the beginning of my relationship with beth like captured like an insect and amber that was in like nineteen eighty seven eighty eight in nineteen ninety one the group una friday in oxford england had a band meeting and they wanted to change the name at their band they love david burnt they love true stories and they love that song particular so they changed the name of their band to radio hidden so i ought handedly and the rock and roll of day that's how that happens fascinating fascinated with it's absolutely weird it's it's a weird story and and i've had weird psychic things who my whole life which i by the way i don't i believe everybody does i believe people are our minds are you know this idea of having five senses is a modern thing in charles dickens people had eight senses there's one scientist that says we have twenty two senses i think we are perceiving things around us all the time but we just don't pay attention to it so do you still hear the tones and you still do just sort of let it everything.
"oxford england" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"Nujoma park yeah i gotta say i'm no much of a sportsperson anyway and certainly american sports so i i'm gonna use that as my excuse for having not recognized your name but it's cool i you got an audience and i think it's we've got probably different audiences that don't have a lap all too much from what i could tell so i think this this is good opportunity exactly on that know exactly exactly and so i don't watch much either man so you don't have to worry about that but i think it we'll get into in a second so you're from oxford england which is kind of like educational mecca if you will you you know know in the what drew me to you was how articulate and how well thought out all of us were right and so i wanted to dive into what brought you into secularism in the first place well it's it's kind of you to say that you know i do live in oxford which of course is is like you say it's it's an educational epicentre is one of the i think the oldest university in certainly the western hemisphere we have buildings that a around about a thousand years old at least one church tower still standing this thousand years old we have pubs that have older than the united states you know used to work in shop that's been in in a market that's been the since before the first shots of the revolutionary will fight i mean we have some real history and for most of my life i actually didn't appreciate it because yes i live live in oxford but i didn't i never thought that come anywhere near i mean is quite there's a there's a real distinct at dichotomy moments you've got the educational types you have the university city in the.
"oxford england" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"Everybody welcome back to the now what podcast i have this is the first for me doing a internet podcast but man is from oxford england and i found you about a year and some change ago man this on the internet because youtube to me is one of the most brilliant tools that has kind of manifesto from the internet and what the internet is and it's kind of this accumulation of creative slash informative way of communicating and i think it's an important to what but anyway that's how your house you had like a little under ten thousand subscribers on your u2 right yeah you're an early early fan man and i i knew you were going to blow up because of the the content that you create and the thoughtfulness that that you do with so for people that don't know you name alex o'connor and you go by cosmic skeptic on on youtube you over one hundred sixty thousand subscribers hit just one hundred seventy yesterday actually okay yeah yeah sure i caught you real early man's i've watched development and your growth and that's what caught mine i really i reached out to you on to it i saw a in la i didn't even know you know who i was but i'm an ex professional athlete in the nfl and i have been fan of you for a while man and i reached out to you like some crazy person joma park.
"oxford england" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Another that people love southern california why he cost so much to live here i am very clear that people love it it's show business that people are kinda like yeah yeah well i i live out in a way ferguson at old exactly where the craziness off the great entire zana literally is my of there'll be a s let's face it and yet and my kids are doing very well here the weather of course goes without saying is lovely where's your family they in england my dad now lives with us here he's he's here to my brother lives in australia have australia one brother who still lives in london but we're all three of you the three brothers yet three broke we're in australia a he's on the gold coast and the other side yeah the farsight yeah before the visit i haven't been i haven't been on way away i know the i think it's another year there it is certainly feels like that when i trump hasn't won the election yet he added what is the lucky yeah he eight nice the how long's you live there he's been there about eight years oh my god you have visited don't be like that he's he's come to see me you're right it's bad it's aboutface walked trip it's sort of white wh what's there to pull you other than just family it's like what else am i going to do at once i spent the thirty hours on a plane family should be enough to it's his bad days you're right i should go yeah you know you build in my case i'm i'm i'm leaving you're going to way go and get your phone out make a reservation can i add yet but we can what you can wait our editor away flow but so but you didn't you did you grew up entirely in england no i was born in oxford england event then we moved to london when i was very young and then we move to nigeria when i was six and i lived there till i was thirteen so you folks were from nigeria exactly right evacuate so why they move why they go back my you know it could nigerians are very aspirational and i think a british education is.
Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"Why and co authored the assault weapons ban that expired he now wants a formal assault weapons debate on the senate four background check loopholes closed and protective orders against those who have no business owning a gun and he's counting on students tobacco every politician including leader mcconnell and speaker ryan know that they could lose their elections and lose their majorities if they don't do something real even heart for cbs news new york president's controversial trade tariff explain now in black and white by democratic west virginia senator joe manchin on cnn west virginia the average work will come to me and say hey joe don't you think we ought to charge countries that have sending his products the same as we do we send them products just a fairness the president has put this on the table i welcome a british prime minister theresa may telling president trump his threat of a trade war has her deeply concerned deadly nor'easter knocking out power to more than a million people a third of delaware county pennsylvania in the dark right now kyw tvs eletion service in haber town not a single house has lights on it and that's because the power is still out here at our throughout the region and the county are a direct result of all the trees there were knocked down this storm nine deaths blamed on that fears stormed the fourminute mile first wonder do it just died in may 1954 on a cinder track in oxford england roger bannister became the first german to run a mile in under four minutes twenty five year old medical student came from behind then after breaking the record fell exhausted into the arms of his coach alexei well i think i was very lucky although his record stood for just forty six days it's bannister who will be remembered he went on to become one of britain's top neurologist roger bannister was 88 larry miller cbs news london winston churchill.
Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"Five thousand customers are still without power in massachusetts over a million still without power throughout the northeast already cruiser the midwest heading here to help restore that power and students across massachusetts will get lectures from judges about the law and how the court system works have breaking news british running legend roger bannister has died soon cbs's larry miller looks back at the day that bannister made history in may 1954 on a cinder track in oxford england roger bannister became the first human to run a mile in under four minutes twentyfiveyearold medical student came from behind then after breaking the record fell exhausted into the arms of his coach oleg well i think i was very lucky although his record stood for just forty six days it's bannister who will be remembered he went on to become one of britain's top neurologist roger bannister was 88 larry miller cbs news london ninety of academy awards will be held this evening in los angeles and it seems host jimmy kimmel isn't shying away from last year's envelope gate mishap in a recent interview kimball said i wanted to happen again referring to last year's incident in which warren beatty and faye dunaway announced the wrong film as best picture based on kimmel's oscar promos a looks like producers of fine with poking fun at last year's gaffe tmz reports that beattie and dunaway will once again present the best picture oscar cbs's steve futterman previews the race for best picture there were nine nominees but two films appear to be the frontrunners the favourite is the shape of water a dark fantasy depicting the relationship between immutable men and an underwater creature i told you the princes without force what what put us the other film given the chances three billboards outside ebbing missouri the story of a mother seeking justice in the death of her daughters thousand first month here's a billboards i say another nominee is lady bird which tells the struggles of a teenage girl growing up in sacramento california i wanna go where culture in new york other nominees include get out dunkirk darkest hour look post phantom threads and call me by your name steve futterman cbs news another close golf force of skiers in.
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"Of those were minutes bmw already cooperates with local manufacturer brilliance in china the company says its main mini plant in oxford england will start producing the first battery electric models next year saudi arabia's getting it's very first opera house concerts have been banned for two decades in the kingdom along with music and restaurants and stores but saudi arabia has been relaxing its restrictions on entertainment and fun it's part of a wider efforts spearheaded by the young crown prince to boost the economy and increase household spending domestically the opera house will be built on the western coast in the red sea city of jeddah which is considered a gateway for millions of muslim pilgrims from around the world the city seen as more liberal and ethnically diverse than the country's capital next month the kingdom's planning to open the country's first movie theater after a more than thirty five year ban tourist flying back home from las vegas are being encouraged to dump their leftover legal marijuana into metal containers set up at the airport the ten green benz dubbed amnesty boxes prevent federal transportation agents from finding pod on passengers during security screenings the drug is legal in nevada but still banned by the us government the containers were installed last week after a county ban on marijuana possession and advertising at mccarron international airport aiming to keep it in compliance with federal law they're bolted to the ground and decide so that marijuana aunt prescription drugs can only be dropped in not taken out a contractor not police will empty the boxes several.
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"With local manufacturer brilliance in china the company as its main mini plant in oxford england will start producing the first battery electric models next year the european all seen began with neanderthals in research released on thursday by the journal science and science advances new studies finally give convincing evidence that are eva lucien reconnaissance had the brain power to make artistic works sindhis symbols new age estimate showed paintings on cave walls and decorated seashells in spain were created long before us species entered europe so there's no way homo sapiens could have made them or influence neanderthals to merely copy their artwork until now most scientists thought all cave paintings were the work of our species in one study the knee work concludes that some previously known paintings an array of lines some discs on the outline of a hand were rendered about twenty thousand years before homeless happy ins moved into europe the second study provided evidence that neanderthals eased pigments and piercings to modify shells some one hundred m 15000 years ago that's far earlier than similar artefacts associated with homo sapiens anyway for the ap i'm mark rise from the rivet well desk let me new simply thumbers leap than in wash the franc fell seriously fat thing if nato simple ingredient ingredients that have stopped elder and help you maintain a naturally healthy ph deadly and effectively here's with simply summarize even greedy and think not include harsh chemicals died alcohol or pair then petty confidently refreshing thin like mandra and left them and coconut water new than police dumber the dental filming washing clinton cloth gentle by nature click the tile to learn more tourists flying back home from las vegas are being encouraged to dump their leftover legal marijuana into metal containers that up at the airport the ten green benz dubbed amnesty box us prevent federal transportation agents from finding pot on passengers during security screenings the drug is legal in nevada but still banned by the us government the containers were installed last week after a county ban on marijuana possession and advertising at mccarron international airport aiming to keep it in compliance with federal law they're bolted to the ground and decide so that marijuana and prescription drugs can only be dropped in not taken out a contractor not police will empty the boxes several times per week a new study gives the first global snapshot of how extensive.
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"When you use the code money fourteen on the website it only works on pie friday doesn't work on the other day but if you go to the public via the website and use the promo code money fourteen you can get super discounted late thirty delegates and so as many of you guys who want to come along come along we'll have drinks and will it'll be fun anyway on with the show so we should move onto the crypto we got an email from thomas in oxford england and he sent us a question so iron griffith can you on the lesson to question i am probably not qualified to answer this notion that must it's about custodianship very specific area slurring of her have startups up pit to block chain there are more qualified than we i will try my best frail best the question is i am a professor and i was just talking with the student who sheepishly admitted he was having a great time and making a bunch of money doing cryptocurrency pumping dump scheme i've were tended this was totally normal and quickly google that oh my god this is a thing and it seems widespread i'd love to learn more is it illegal if it really a big thing on on well i think all of us could answered the question are pumping dump schemes illegal yes are they illegal in the cryptocurrency world unclear um but i do love that the student was investing for pleasure and profit so to be clear the way the cryptocurrency pumping dump scheme works is you invent some kind of a token or you just find some kind of a gun which is trading for a low price in mullet coins which are not like you know the main kept i was like coin are ether like some random tiny little coin that's listed somewhere or even belt or barely listed you can only dream of some obscure exchange but in any case what you do is you buy up a bunch of.
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"To share the money with her so denise just filed a lawsuit against him for half of the jackpot plus punitive damages she says that they had an agreement to share everything if they ever won regardless of who bought the ticket the verbal agreement can't they been living together to tears may on so what power them obliged what's your name again out who his lawyer love says they never had that deal and his client is not losing sleep over the whole thing in fact he's doing quite well i'm sure he is very very nice bed probably this next laser story is out of san diego last weekend a guy busted into a seven eleven around four thirty in the morning with a shotgun and demanded the cash in the register has put the clerk gave it to him and the dude left but when he got to the parking lot the karuk realized he locked his keys in his own car oh my god ed has the clerk watch through the window in disbelief the man had to break into his own car to escape he did it by smashing through the window with a handle of a gas pump and then drove off the cops of trying to track him down they say they're looking for a gray four or car with the driver's window broken and they're also pretty sure that he robbed an adult store the day before and stole a bunch of risque magazines is she on a crime spree this next laser story is out of oxford england thirty three year old we anamour us lost her pet toward is named squirt last year squirt escaped while it was playing with a ball in your yard and she told her friends and family and they all search for score all over town and even put up flyers in science but nobody could find little guy than last week squirt finally turned up he was hiding under a bush across the street from.
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"The red light is on on the tom shilue show what that means we're back with ben and cat tom nine letters it means so much done i can't tom the apparently you guys stirred if some controversy talking about the with the teacher who was not to wear her high thighhigh boots allison in oxford england were through allison what do you think we've got allison on their cell mad and yes allison you're on the trump sean i show yeah um i did i did hit a photo uh men i you know i love the puppet i'm a little bit oldfashioned i'd be he did they canoeing oh well uh good but i probably wouldn't have won all but i don't think it to you over the gop gotten trouble but the reason why the whole conversation accord with me and my family outlined and my own with going high school i wouldn't be the guy in in louisiana and rewarded to the palm dot org oh oh be address no all i my friend tom qatar was married in his kilt i do because if not yet missed out i know you gotta sudan what we do in america it's like that happens to allison yet gotta remember to see that the underbelly i don't know you know what i have a double standard here get these killed saudi here it's flapping around it's disgusting well god partparticularly laid to give i don't think however he did get a full apology and um you know where it killed every 10 yet i mean it it's a really cool bound to be there thank you allison thank you for.
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"Um i try your on first couple of days i had problems thinking about embarrassed is going to lead because you know we be river uh responsible for for about one hundred two people that work for us that's a a mental i meant the uh uh yeah that's that's a hard thing to deal with and um but i'm hanging in there so um i'm i'm uh i'm hang in there so if i uh i tried to go up the keep focus by by uh by working and then trying to help out people i really appreciate you sounds in time to talk to us thank you so much okay good talking to your girl take care okay by gordon snow is the managing editor of the daily herald we reached him in salzburg saint martin later on in the program we will hear from a meteorologist who weathered the storm in key west late last month a group of on contacted indigenous tribe members in brazil were searching for food near a river bank they had the misfortune to bump into a group of gold miners and what happened next is now the subject of a federal investigation in brazil according to finance guy the brazilian agency the protects on contacted two tribes the miners killed several tribe members and stole their belongings the investigation was first publicized by the ngo survival and jonathan mozelle were is groups media director we reached mr ms hour in oxford england.
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"This is just taskoriented software some of argued and not really intelligence at all moreover whatever you call it there will be enormous benefits says bostrom on the other hand if we approach real intelligence it could also become a threat stop think of xbox a the matrix the matrix is a computergenerated dream built to change a human being and to this no or ilan musk's fantasy fear this week about advanced a guy could start a war fight create biker fake news briefing email accounts and press releases and just by manipulating information the fed has soared so this is going to be a cat and mouse game between us and the intelligence that one model one line of attack is to try to leverage the ice intelligence to learn what it is that we value and that we what wanted to do in order to protect ourselves from what it could be a truly exists dential risk so how do you get the greatest good for the greatest number of present and future human beings it might be to invest now in controlling the evolution of artificial intelligence for the pds newshour this is economics correspondent poll allman reporting from oxford england.