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"pem" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"pem" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Come back to degolyer mix you show. All our artists beacon live some love and the way you this radio dot com click on their little icon will logo makes you follow sheriff and do all the stuff that helps them. Connect with you and you to them as well. Now as a child i was. I went to the doctor regularly. My mom you know to the pediatrician and stuff and then in my older years. I'm like mom. What medicine was i taken. And she's like. I don't know what medicine i'm i going. You're my mom you're supposed to medicine. I'm taking this woman right here in sweden. This child was complaining for over a year that he had problems listening or couldn't hear on one side of his ear. The mom took the three year old to several doctors to find out what was wrong with them. One doctor was ceo. It's just a wax build up lex build up and so on and so forth. They saw over thirteen doctors eventually. One of the doctors that she she took him to second and third and fourth and fifth opinion during one of the visits doctors often asked are the mom to hold the sun so they could actually examine his ear properly. He's three years old. He's going to wiggle around and stuff she said. It's very very difficult. And he panic all time. He's like all right. Well hold on. Let's give them some anti anxiety medicine so he can relax and let us touch them. And you know. Don't be scared of us eventually. One of the doctors filmed the three year olds. Ears little micro camera and determined that the wax plug that they referred to was not actually a wax plug so they sent the boy to a local hospital in sweden and had surgery unexpectedly. They removed a get ready for this. Get ready. I know a point. Six inch black mealworm beetle from the boys ear family brought home in a plastic tube. The show everyone. The doctor saved the beatles to show us. The mom says my husband. Who was there told me that. Several doctors came into the room to look at it. No one had ever seen anything like this. After removing the beatles. The doctor said the boys hearing didn't appear to be affected but the family still took the the boy to a hearing specialist later. She's like. I'm so mad that i took. I took all these appointments with my kid and no-one no-one is that what's that healthcare. Is that nationwide healthcare or whatever they call it the they said all the boys just got a thing in his ear we've quote unquote can't make money for them or whatever. The case may be and so. The kid had a beetle a mealworm beetle zero four year. And he's literally. Can you imagine a little boy smash head. I would take a goddamn pencil and show up sharp as i can and sick that thing in there and listen to that. Crunch stab whatever's in there. I would do it. I would do it three years old. Maybe not three years old four was in there for a year. Maybe at four years old. I would and then ten years later i find my wife all right there. Now please is. That boy was to get that bill out of his ear. Most of us here in the united states across a world slowly but not in the same aspect as us is getting out and stretching our legs and feeling and and moving and doing stuff and it feels great. Now there's nothing more exciting than getting out and running around and being free again this farmer in the uk farmer. Tom pembroke and ten. I'm sorry pem burton. Pemberton it's that time of year in england where he can release his one hundred head of cattle out into the grass. Now for what you don't know is where he lives at in england for six months of the year. believe me. I can relate. It's rain. it's snow. The fields are just completely wasted. There's no grass grown. there's nothing and then once the grass starts growing now. He feeds them in their stalls and one hundred head of cattle. He keeps them fed and everything with other nutrients and stuff and hey to just to keep them go. Keep the cattle going through these cold winter months now that grass is growing on his property he filmed the actual time the actual point where he releases the cows out into the field to run around and enjoy this breath of fresh air as far as getting grass stuff. You want to watch this video. I'll post it on the deacon lied section so here. We got up in washington of tom. Pemberton farm life says this is the best day ever. I'm going to say it's just the best day of twenty twenty one so far for his calves cows inside six year on this farm because it is so if you haven't followed me for the past couple of years you'll know in january february. When it rains it's cold. It's horrible in suma. it's great go draft it just because you see how the cows off also with you. I gotta go into the shed. It's a little bit of coaxing. Because they have been in there for a while but this is when he says time to go so now. It's time to release the cows. The cows three let him go near the come running all over running all jomon around. They're bouncing around like happy cows. They're enjoying it. Has to be taken care of. 'cause he wants to make sure that they're grass-fed but they're not gonna stay there overnight for the first nights they're going to go back into the shed because it's a little cold but after that they're going to be in there fulltime then he'll be able to actually tear down that shed and improve the area for the cows. It looks like us looks like us walking out into the environment. We're kind of like walking randomly encircles and stuff. Hey are you. are you free. i'm free. Let's let's get lunch. Let's out some drinks. Let's do all that stuff. All right guys. Well on that note. I'd like to thank each and every one of you for listening to us donning us. I'll make sure you follow us on all your social networks. Makes you like all of our musical artists musical guests that you hear here on deacon lives in the way you do that. Proper radio dot com. You're listening we'd like to thank each and everyone of us. My name could be contained tonight. And i think cook more..

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"pem" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"pem" Discussed on KTRH

"7 40 ktrh time they get you caught up on our top stories here in this Tuesday morning. Here, Sheriff. Good morning, everyone. 6 22 on NewsRadio, 7 40 Ktrh are headlines You're sponsored by partners and building Texas has been open, allegedly at least it was ordered. For the lockdown, so stop for more than two months. Now. Why does our unemployment rate, however, lagged behind the national average, Mexico stayed off buying Shell Oil's majority stake in a Dear park refinery. Nearly $600 million by Shell and the Mexican national oil company picnics. They've run this refinery as a joint venture for almost 30 years, so shell as it's reducing its involvement in fossil fuels. You know, they went woke Mexico No Amy to cut its dependence on foreign oil because the facility refines Mexican crude. Texas House, giving preliminary approval to the Star Spangled Protection Act. It would require any protein with contracts with the state government here to play the national anthem before the start of a game. It's a pet project of Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick. So it's gonna sail very quickly through the Senate, he said. It was one of his priorities. And they're all came about after Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, stop playing the anthem before home games there. MBA told him. You better start doing it. So now you got the state doing it. Two more of these stories right now. Ktrh dot com. Our next news update will be at the bottom of the hour. I live in Southeast Houston. Your forecast is at the bottom of the hour by the 7 40 ktrh. Say, Iran a forever who shot you know. We all wrong to change the world. Scary few minutes last night of Bach's 6 24 Year on NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh has to do with a guy by the name of Chris Ruffo, who Has managed to get his hands on some footage. These are these air Portland, Oregon teachers. And evidently, these air. You know, they've been doing everything virtual for so long. Evidently, they've kind of dropped their guard. As far as what they've been saying to their students. Now you wonder why things are so violent Portland one of the things that they found out about some of the people they've been arresting for riding in Portland. Is how many of them are underaged. Underage. Yeah, under the age of 18. So where these kids learning what they're learning what has gotten them involved as social justice warriors? Well, It's teachers like this one. Listen to the teacher and Chris Ruffle will respond. Justice fighters. You may have heard some things in the news about people protesting And injustices in our country you've trained for this moment all year. The fight for justice. Now is the time to show that you will fight for justice. Chris, What does this have to do with improving literacy? It doesn't. But what you've seen is that the bureaucracy has been totally ideology, ized and submerged in this ideology and keep in mind that this teacher is speaking to elementary school students, telling that they need to become justice fighters, telling that they need to get out into the streets and fight along with the protesters in Portland and this same teacher, according to witnesses who Observed it also engaged in essentially George Orwell's two minute hate program. In this public school. They allowed minority teachers to berate white teachers for 90 seconds in a kind of display of public apology for your whiteness. These are the kind of things that are happening within the institutions. I have the documents. I have the videos. And if it's not in your school district now they're pushing to put it everywhere in the coming years. Wow, Mr Scary stuff is that that's a message to element. Elementary school kids. You don't think that Students were getting indoctrinated. They are most liberal cities and our most liberal school system's. Clearly they are 6 26. It's time to take a look at your money. Cordy Donahoe's here. Good morning Jimmy fears of inflation easing and that's giving a lift to stock index futures investors are worried the global economic recovery might be heard of rising inflation prompts a Federal reserve to pull back all of its stimulus. But some Central bank officials this week have said that they expect price pressures to be temporary. So that's why are seeing Dow futures Up about 90 points. Mexico is on a campaign for energy independence. To that end, it stayed on oil company has struck a deal for full control of the Houston area refinery it shares with Shell Pem X made an unsold For shells sent stick so Liddy and deer and agreed to $596 million Can look at all right now it is at $56 a barrel and vaccinated, you could get a free flight on United. The airline says loyalty program members who upload their covert vaccination records to its mobile app or website through June 22nd. Could win a round trip flight for 25 Mileageplus.

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"pem" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"pem" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The lobbying interests. No. All the people in Washington D. C. Who are making just a ton of money off of this lending system. And so it doesn't surprise me that she would come out against it. And, um, But I would say this is very important. You know the person who ran the federal lending system Wayne Johnson under Betsy DeVos. Uh, he's a Republican from Georgia. In fact, he ran for Senate in Georgia, unfortunately, didn't make it. He resigned his position about a year ago, and he started calling out right for the return of bankruptcy protections to student loans and also widespread loan cancelation. So while this seems to be apart into a partisan issue It really shouldn't be. And you know, I'm I'm just horrified to see if the drawn along these partisan lines were right. And I don't know that it necessarily. I don't know that it really always is. I think there's a certain psychological line, though. In fact, it was somebody on Twitter if you want to follow me. On Twitter. It's at Deacon Pun it but Pem Daisy said, Um, Personally, I think the thing that hey was here. She I don't know who it is, but was just saying a lot of people don't like the idea of someone else getting something for free that they didn't get themselves. And so that's what the psychological line is. It's not necessarily in Democratic or Republican. I don't I don't think I mean, I think there's just a lot of people who are Democrats were going to go. That's not fair because I had to pay off my college loans. So why should they get something I didn't get? Was. It's a little bit even more than that. And you know, where was the protest about all of these Peopie fee loans, trillions of dollars in P P P loans that we just throughout the country, all of which added to the national debt. Right? None of which will be repaid. Where was the protest? I didn't see it. But when you mentioned college and college students, all of a sudden people think, uh, fear spring break kids irresponsibility, and suddenly the paternalism comes out. You know, he and I did some research and we we broke this last week. It turns out that there are more people in this country over the age of 50 with student loans. Then there are people under the age of 25. Did you not? You know, because these loans have no bankruptcy, but also because he's gonna have no statutes of limitations. That's true. People are being repped by these loans into their later years in their life. And Moss. So I might also add. This is a conservative are sort of liberal conservative issue as relatives should be. The battle lines are drawn that way, but People being hurt worse twice. Student loans are from Red states, and I might also add 40% of all student loan borrowers never graduated. So people talking about? Oh, we don't need to bail out these rich kids, right? You know, the people that are doing great and they have college degrees. They're making a ton of money. That is not the reality. Um, you know, 55% of all student loan borrowers identify politically as being either Republican or independent. And so, but we were going to get people have in their minds of antifa and blog. He's radical leftie protesters. That is just not that is not the true picture, but I want to jump in there to say. That's because these loans are not necessarily for four year liberal arts colleges, either, right? I mean, this is the college loan program could be for all sorts of different types of schools. Which would be very consistent with a red state where there might be more people who aren't going to say a four year university degree. I don't know that to be true, but they may be, you know. I know people who are going to trade colleges entirely on loans, and those prices for those trade schools are in there, asshole. Aya's any four year college I know. You know you're exactly right yet. You know there was a guy micro, and he recently wrote a piece coming out against lone cancelation. Say why? Why should my taxpayer dollars be paying for your overpriced fluffy education? Well, micro obviously doesn't know the fax. And we have people in our group a ton of them from red stage there red blooded Republicans. They went to truck driving school right well, and he's right beauty, beauty schools, beauty schools. Really cool. Um you know you name the blue collar trade and I will show you a student loan borrower who is over $100,000 in debt because of trying to learn that trade, so that does not surprise me. You know, people are trying very hard to make this a classist issue, and it's just not. You know, It's not a young person's issue. It's not AH liberal persons issue. It's none of those things. 55 million people in the country either house, England's or co signed on them. And they span every spectrum that you can point you. The only thing they have in common is that they didn't have to pay. They can't pay back. Common denominator. All right, all right. Well, hang on a second. So get now. So we talked about the fact that President elect Biden was no talking about $10,000 cap on forgiveness, but says that he thinks there's value in keeping the program otherwise impact. In light of the kind of numbers we're talking about. How many people would be would have their debt wiped out at $10,000? You haven't really young, You know the average student loan in debt in this federal loan just about $37,000 per person right now as we speak, so that's quite frankly. It's pretty insulting, and it's more than that is dangerous in because this lending system is a national threat, you know the inflation of this length of these loans. And, uh, you know the way the government has used this to fund other programs that a lot of people don't agree with, like Obama care and others has become something It was never meant to be, Um, you know, John Adams said. There's two ways in two ways to enslave a country. One is by the sword. The other is by debt, and that is We are living that now under the student loan regime, so okay. All right, Wait, wait. It was done. It's got to be ended here. And so I'm I'm stunned with. No, no, no, We're good. We're coming up to the bottom of the hour. So I just wanted to recap. So so we can say very clearly. That the loan program if if it had the same if it the same constitutional control over college debt existed as a win over any other kind of debt. This problem wouldn't exist if it's on Lee because of the exemption. From bankruptcy courts bankruptcy laws that it's only because of the exemption for that that we have the ballooning problem that we have. That's exactly right. I will also add statutes of limitations and set your limitations. So we change that. And we said from now on college debt is going to be the same as any other kind of debt that it might be a way of resolving in large part the issue because even if we don't go down the road of forgiveness well, everybody could agree on that is being fair, right? I mean, liberal conservative. Whatever you can say, Well, OK, find it no longer enjoys special protection. College debt no longer enjoys special protection. And then anybody anything could happen to that debt that could happen to any other kind of debt in the United States. You have solved the problem exactly on the head in, you know, for the 1st 15 years of the existence of my group. We thought what I thought was very moderately for only the return of the same constitutionally and shrine Bankruptcy, writes that every other borrower for every other type of loan hands The problem is that at this late date 80% of those 55 million people. I sense about 44 million people. They were never gonna be able to repay their loans even before the pandemic, So at this point returning bankruptcy protections obviously, we're for it were for 1000%. I think the consequence of that is going to be 20 million people. Or maybe even more flooding The bankruptcy courts, you know, they can't They're not enough bankruptcy judges. There's not enough bankruptcy court rooms to handle that flood. Well, in an average year, fewer than a million people filed for bankruptcy for any reason. So if you start putting five million student loan borrowers per year or made, maybe even more will probably get five or 10, maybe even the first year. I think it would probably overwhelmed the bankruptcy, of course to the point of seizure and so right, So, taking taking a step back, you kind of have to say Well, we're in a pandemic. The government. The president could cancel these loans without needing to raise one dime of tax without adding one penny to the national debt is it may be time for a jubilee and, you know, I think it is. We need fiscal stimulus right.

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"pem" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"pem" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The lobbying interests Now all the people in Washington, D. C. Who are making just a ton of money off of this lending system, And so it doesn't surprise me that she would come out against it. And, um, but I would say this is very important to him. Who? The person who ran the federal lending system. Wayne Johnson under Betsy DeVos. Uh, he's a Republican from Georgia. In fact, he ran for Senate in Georgia, unfortunately, didn't make it. He resigned his position about a year ago, and he started calling out right for the return of bankruptcy protections to student loans and also widespread loan cancelation. So while this seems to be apart into a partisan issue It really shouldn't be. And you know, I'm I'm just horrified to see it be drawn along these partisan lines were right, and I don't know that it necessarily. I don't know that it really always is. I think there's a certain psychological line, though. In fact, it was somebody on Twitter if you want to follow me. On Twitter. It's at Deacon Pun it but Pem Daisy said, Um, Personally, I think the thing that hey was here. She I don't know who it is, but was just saying a lot of people don't like the idea of someone else getting something for free that they didn't get themselves. And so that's what the psychological line is. It's not necessarily in Democratic or Republican. I don't think I mean, I think there's just a lot of people who are Democrats were going to go. That's not fair because I had to pay off my college loans. So why should they get something I didn't get? Was. It's a little bit even more than that. And you know, where was the protest about all of these peopie P loans, trillions of dollars in P P p loans that we just threw out to the country, all of which added to the national debt. Right? None of which will be repaid. Where was the protest? I didn't see it. But when you mentioned college and college students, all of a sudden people think, uh, beer, spring break kids irresponsibility, and suddenly the paternalism comes out. You know, And I just the research and we we broke this last week. It turns out that there are more people in this country over the age of 50 with student loans. Then there are people under the age of 25, did you not? You know, because these loans have no bankruptcy, but also because he's ones have no statutes of limitations. People are being repped by these loans into their later years in their life and moss. So I might also add. This is a conservative, uh, sort of liberal conservative issue as relatives should be. The battle lines are drawn that way. But the people being hurt worse by student loans are from red. Dates and I might also add 40% of all student loan borrowers never graduated. So people talking about Oh, we don't need to bail out these rich kids. You know these people they're doing great. They have college degrees. They're making a ton of money. That is not the reality. Um, you know, 55% of all student loan borrowers identify politically as being either Republican or independent. And so, but we were going to get people have in their minds of antifa and blog is radical leftie protesters. That is just not that is not the true picture, but I want to jump in there to say. That's because These loans are not necessarily for four year liberal arts colleges, either, right? I mean, this is the college loan program could be for all sorts of different types of schools. Which would be very consistent with a A red state where there might be more people who aren't going to say a four year university degree. I don't know that to be true, but they may be. You know, I I know people who are going to trade colleges. Entirely on loans. And those prices for those trade schools are in there, asshole. I is any four year college. I know. You know you're exactly right yet. You know, there's a guy Mike Rowe, and he recently wrote a piece coming out against Lone Cancelation. Say why? Why should my taxpayer dollars be paying for your overpriced fluffy education? Well, micro obviously doesn't know the fax. And we have people in our group a ton of them from Red states. There red blooded Republicans. They went to truck driving school, right? Well, he's right beauty, beauty schools, beauty schools. The usual. Um you know you name the blue collar trade and I will show you a student loan borrower who is over $100,000 in debt because of trying to learn that trade That is not surprised me. You know, people are trying very hard to make this a classist issue, and it's just not. You know, It's not a young person's issue. It's not AH liberal persons issue. It's none of those things. 55 million people in the country reader housing loans or co signed on them. And they span every spectrum that you can point you. The only thing they have in common is that they didn't have a campaign. They can't pay back. Common phenomenon. All right, All right. Well, hang on a sec. So again now. So we talked about the fact that President elect Biden was no talking about $10,000 cap on forgiveness, but says that he thinks there's value in keeping the program otherwise intact. In light of the kind of numbers we're talking about how many people would be Would have their debt wiped out at $10,000. Do you have any like? Yeah. You know the average student loan in debt in this federal loan just about $37,000 per person right now as we speak, so that's quite frankly. It's pretty insulting, and it's more than that is dangerous in because this lending system is a national threat, you know the inflation of this left these loans. And, uh, you know the way the government has used this to fund other programs that a lot of people don't agree with, like Obama care and others has become something. It was never meant to be. You know, John Adams said. There's two ways in two ways to enslave a country. One is by the sword. The other is by debt. And that is we are living that now under this student loan regime, so okay, All right, wait, wait. It was done. It's got to be ended. And so I'm I'm stunned with. No, no, no, no, We're good. We're coming up to the bottom of the hour, so I just wanted to recap. So So we can say very clearly that the loan program if if it had the same if it the same constitutional Control over college debt existed as a win over any other kind of debt. This problem wouldn't exist if it's only because of the exemption. From bankruptcy courts bankruptcy laws that it's only because of the exemption for that that we have the ballooning problem that we have. That's exactly right. I will also add statutes of limitations and set your limitations. So we change that. And we said from now on college debt is going to be the same as any other kind of debt that it might be a way of resolving in large part the issue because even if we don't go down the road of forgiveness well, everybody could agree on that is being fair, right? I mean, liberal conservative. Whatever you can say, Well, OK, find it no longer enjoys special protection. College debt no longer enjoys special protection. And then anybody anything could happen to that debt that can happen to any other kind of debt in the United States. Ugh. That's awful problem actually on the head, and you know, for the 1st 15 years of the existence of my group. We thought what I thought was very moderately for only the return of the same constitutionally and shrine Bankruptcy, writes that every other borrower for every other type of loan hands The problem is that at this late date 80% of those 55 million people. I said so about 44 million people. They were never going to be able to repay their loans even before the pandemic, So at this point returning bankruptcy protections, obviously, we're for it. We're 4000%. But I think the consequence of that is going to be 20 million people, or maybe even more flooding the bankruptcy courts. You know they can't. They're not enough back Receive judges. There's not enough bankruptcy court rooms to handle that flood. Well, in an average year, fewer than a million people filed for bankruptcy for any reason. So if you start putting five million student loan borrowers per year or made, maybe even more will probably get five or 10, maybe even the first year. I think it would probably overwhelmed the bankruptcy, of course to the point of seizure and so right? No taking, taking a step back? You kind of have to say Well, we're in a pandemic. The government. The president could cancel these loans without needing to raise one dime of tax without.

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The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:30 min | 1 year ago

The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

"Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion. Podcasts are we explore the who what of why we wear. We are fashion historian and your host april kellyanne and cassidy zachary will hello dressed listeners. Today we are very excited to feature an exhibition. That does something that you know. We love to do on dressed. And that is celebrating the work of bad ass ladies from their history and today. And that's right because today we are welcoming the peabody essex museum fashion and textile curator pitcher sling card to the show to discuss. The exhibition. Made it the women who've revolutionized fashion and as the museum's website says through more than one hundred works made it celebrates the stories of women who revolutionized many aspects of the fashion industry and traces how these efforts parallel history of women's global struggle for equity and opportunity exhibition is actually collaboration between pem and the kunst museum didn't hog in the netherlands and it features clothing from both of these museums collections. As well as from private and public collections and so from every designer from elizabeth keck lead to lady. Lucille gordon to madeleine to bonnie cashin and low mary. Quant and then all the way to more contemporary designers like rei kawakubo Irishman herpin gina. Kuma you do not want to miss this exhibition. It actually just opened in its on view until march twenty twenty one yes and alas we will not be able to make it to salem massachussetts in person this year especially right now so what better way to celebrate this exhibition them by being joined by his co. curator patriot. Welcome to the show. He had show welcome to dress. It's such a pleasure to have you here today thank you. I'm excited to be with you. So you are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion.

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Finding Your Free Heart

On The Verge

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Finding Your Free Heart

"Boy oh boy do. I have my work. Cut out for me today. free heart. How can we possibly conquer and talk about freeing our emotional burdens in six minutes or less. It's not possible. But what i want to do for you today. In any way that i can the any way possible is to offer you my own experience and that is nobody can do this work for you my friend. No one can unburden your heart. You must go in on your own. Investigate check it all out become familiar with the blocks. The obstacles the baggage that you're holding onto and to unburden yourself. So this week is freedom week. We are talking about free. Mind free body so often a the root of our disturbances as we're learning from new science is deep deep deeply seated in our microbial in the microbe by oda in the balance of bacteria in our body. This is phenomenal. Phenomenal new science coming out. Make sure you grab my mental fitness protocol. To at least get you started on understanding this all but when it comes to the level of the heart we must approach it approach our heart and the the armor around our heart from different angles and very very tenderly so we can approach it from the gut brain access absolutely and we must and we can approach it from our mind and the patterns of our mind and we can open also approach it directly by just asking asking ourselves questions all day long. What what's gripping my heart today. What is gripping me. What is holding me down. What is disconnecting me from being fully available to others in my life the first step is just naming it naming your burdens writing down. If you're a writer naming it out loud if that helps what what am i birdied with. Is it resentment of something in the from. The past is it. Judgment of others is a comparison. Oh gosh that's been tough point for me. Is it worry. Constant worry about others kids parents money yourself. Your health just naming your burdens will start to help you crack open name. It become familiar with it. It's that rumi quote about the guest house. Invite them all in for tea here. we are. Okay let's have a discussion so firstly. It's it's it's becoming aware aware of the burdens. The bondage that is keeping you in suffering that hold you back from feeling that free heart that open heart and then two is. That is blanketing yourself with self love with kindness and compassion. They're they're sweetheart. Go back find those episodes. They're they're sweetheart. The loving kindness. May i be free. May i have joy. May i have kindness in my heart. May i feel safe. Those practices do it every single day over and over again and it starts to melt away the armor heart. It happened for me years ago. It wasn't easy and it hurt but it is so worth it. Because i'll tell you what on the other side opening your heart you become available to life you become available to others in an intimate way you become available to love life love others give freely feel more generous in your spirit in your heart so to be free in. Your heart is to melt the armor and in pem show dron one of my absolutely favorite teachers of all time out there talks about about putting down the the steel armor around your heart and soft opening your heart so that your heart becomes more porous. I'm a crier cry. Probably every day. There's something that touches me pokes me so deeply that it that it makes me cry and the cry is can be from the beauty around me the tenderness of another human being exposing him or herself. I cry because of grief you know those moments of grief on goodness it. It's bubbling up right now. In the crying. I enjoy it honestly because it. It's a reminder that that my heart is opening my heart is i'm exposing myself to the to the wonder of life to the to humanity but it takes constant work so to free. Our heart to really meet ourselves at that level is to admit where you're burdened to offer yourself self love compassion and then to open heart into be available to life to be available to being touched in many ways so there it is my friend. We start at the body. We touched the brain. We go to the heart. And and we circle ourselves with this deep deep Wish for wellbeing.

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"pem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"pem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In timber stands. Heavy bug kill heavy fuels, and that In that area. We saw significant growth pretty much up to the county line eyes. The fire moved. North Primary fire spread being to these hundreds of people have been told to leave their homes. Farther north, the Cameron peat fire continues to burn. Is the largest wildfire in state history. You're listening to NPR news. A U. S Navy plane on a training mission crash in a residential neighborhood in Alabama Friday. Officials say both crew members were killed, but no one on the ground was hurt. Members of the U. S. Congress say Mexico is violating the spirit of the trade agreement recently enacted between the two countries and Canada. NPR's carry con reports six U. S. Senators, along with 37 members of the House and a letter to President Trump complaining about Mexico's current energy practices. The lawmakers say President Anders Manuel Lopez overlord is giving preferential treatment to Mexico's oil company PEM IX and the state Electric utility. In his first two years in office, Lopez Obrador's tried to block green energy power projects, including those financed by foreign investors. Environmentalists have filed multiple suits against the government. The U. S. Lawmakers say Mexico is unfairly delaying and canceling permits for US cos. Undermining the recently enacted trade pact. Mexico's Foreign Ministry did not respond to requests for comment. Carry Con NPR NEWS Mexico CITY The European Union voted Friday to allow restaurants and stores to sell plant based products such as veggie burgers and soy steaks and use such names. The largest farmer's association in Europe sort of van Saying marketing meat substitutes with meat names would mislead consumers the YOU accepted the opposite argument that said consumers are not confused and allowing the sales would promote a more plant based diet was in line with efforts to fight global warming. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation Commemorating Fred Cooper by supporting public radio programming that highlights issues including diversity, racism, equality, anti Semitism and sexism. And the N E. E. Casey Foundation. This's all of it on WNYC cm. Alison Stewart. Thank.

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"pem" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"pem" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"For a select group of their original spotify only shows podcasts specifically. Are Now releasing video versions of those podcast episodes. And I hesitate to call it a video version. Of The podcast episode because. That's not really what it is. It's really the same thing. It's the same content whether you watch it. Or you listen to it. You get the same experience more to the point. If you, start watching. On spotify, but then you go to your car. In the event that use have somewhere to go in your car in this Pem Democrat we live in and it switches to the car's radio system. They know the car in car. Entertainment playing, it will switch to just giving you the audio. And here's the cool part when you then get to your location and switch back to watching it on your video, it switches to video form. Not the same thing is going to youtube and watching a video and just listening to the audio. That's that's a different thing together. These are actually from what I gather to different files, but are somehow talking and working with each other so that they stay in sync so that the experience for you whether you are is forward of swimming, you have working is and began see. That's the right experience for you, but when it goes to an audio format when you cannot when you can no longer watch, seamlessly switches to the audio and keeps its place..

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Holding it Together When Things Fall Apart | Pema Chodron

10% Happier with Dan Harris

08:22 min | 2 years ago

Holding it Together When Things Fall Apart | Pema Chodron

"Our guest this week has seemingly been trying to prepare us for this pandemic for years through a series of very popular books with titles such as when things fall apart welcoming the unwelcome and the wisdom of no escape. But as you're about to hear Pem Trojan is anything but gloom even though the title sound a little gloomy like all the great meditation teachers. I've had the good fortune to encounter. She has a real lightness in a sense of humor about her. As you will hear that said notwithstanding her chipper demeanor she has worked really hard to point out to her readers and her many students that ground listeners and uncertainty are fundamental facts of life which are as we all know becoming increasingly salient in our current crisis. Pamacho her name as I said she was born deirdre Bloomfield in Connecticut. She lived a rather conventional life going to UC Berkeley becoming a schoolteacher. Having a pair of kids but after a rough divorce she found herself adrift. And during that time she discovered Tibetan Buddhism and ultimately shaved her head and became a nun. She's now in her mid eighties. She lives in rural Nova Scotia. Where she's the director of Gamco Abby and we connected with her via old school landline. So you'll hear that. In the audio we talked to her about a bunch of things including how to actually as she recommends and one of the aforementioned book titles how to actually welcome the unwelcome. We also discussed how to befriend your demons how to sympathize without being stupid how to lighten up in the face of fear and how to embrace chaos as and this is a quote here extremely good news so here we go hello This is Dan Harris Cohen. Hello this is Hammer Children. Nice to connected. You Nice to talk to you again. Are you in New York? I am in New York right in the heart. Oh Yeah Wow. That's a hard place to be right now. That is a statement of fact. It is a hard place to no question. How how are you? Situate US. Where where are you exactly? And and how are you? I'm I'm good. I'm very well as a healthy and good. I'm in Nova Scotia and Ahmed COMPO ABBEY. Which is very remote in a kind of a very natural setting on the ocean. Far North in Nova Scotia Cape Breton Island. And we've had to close to anyone coming in but the community if like we're as they say sheltering in place where all sheltering in place together and just doing what we were doing before you know so. But we're very aware of course heightened awareness of what's happening With virus and the amount of suffering and death so that's very strong but in terms of being healthy we are and in terms of you know being able to our life is not claustrophobic. I guess you could say that. So we feel fortunate that way. I'm glad to hear that you're relatively unaffected but I I also hear that you're saying that you can't help but be aware of the global situation. Oh yeah yeah very much so very much so I was. I was looking at some of your book. Titles just read them back to you but when things well welcome welcoming the unwelcome comfortable with certainty the wisdom of no escape. I was thinking. It's like you've been trying to prepare us for this for decades. That's true I it's true actually I Win My primary teacher Jokin trump. Oh I live. He taught a lot about difficult times. We'll be coming and you should be preparing yourself to be strong and resilient and compassionate so that when things are difficult. It's like rather than catch the flu. You'll be there to help people you know. So that made a big impression on me to train working with difficulty when it wasn't so intense you know and everybody had plenty of difficulty to work with but I was always thinking of of things getting worse. Globally yes so the book titles somewhat reflect that and encouragement to work work with your heart and mind so that you could be Sort of steady and Able to be of benefit in these times I suspect people listening to this earth thinking to themselves in all caps. How how do I welcome the unwelcome on? How do I come comfortable with uncertainty? How do you to your teacher? Has a quote. Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news. How do I do all that? Sounds great but what I do I do that. Yeah well I. It's like well now. I make a pitch for the books which filled with instruction you know so. The basic thing is to have a meditation practice in which you become increasingly self aware. You're able to self reflect and you're conscious of your own habitual patterns and your own tendencies toward fear or aggression or whatever it might be you know self aggression aggression towards others and then the teachings are about when you can acknowledge. What's happening with you? Then the teachings are don't make yourself bag you know. Don't turn this into some kind of enemy but cultivate a kind attitude towards your own virtual patterns and don't act them out but don't repress them but be there get to know their energy very well with Kind open heart and mind so even that sounds might sound good but then the question is well. How do you do that but you do it? By starting to meditate people have many different styles of meditation. But most Buddhist Meditation has a lot of similarity to it and it's all about a open acceptance of whatever arises without getting caught in good and bad thinking. So that's where you start you start with acknowledging what's happening with you and then the expression is always something like making friends with that or being friendly towards that or you know welcoming that. I try not to use language. That's too corny but nevertheless I I use it quite a bit of it in any case like embrace and some things like that so that's the basis and from that you begin to get in touch as time goes on. You begin to have confidence. Really that fundamentally you are good person and you have habitual patterns to work on. But you have the strength in you to do that. And then an takes a lot of patients and sense of humor. But you work with yourself that way and That doesn't maybe sound so in a linear way how that adds up to being able to be comfortable with uncertainty. But in fact that's where it leads you because you get comfortable with the unpleasantness or the fear producing quality of seeing yourself so clearly you know but then the idea is to make friends with that so then the other thing that always taught is that to the degree that you can be friendly to yourself you will be friendly towards others to the degree that you can make friends with yourself unconditionally. You'll be able to have an unconditional regard and openness to other people.

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Step. Step. Dont Know.

On The Verge

09:57 min | 2 years ago

Step. Step. Dont Know.

"My friend. Thank you for joining me. I come to you today if you are in the middle of March. Well we are in this together. I am coming to you on March twenty first. This is certainly unprecedented times. I have been Wow I don't even know what to say. I think for one of the first times in my life. I am at a loss for words. We are in extraordinary times and in extrordinary times extraordinary people do amazing things and I am feeling so called to offer that understanding that we have the opportunity right now. In the middle of turbulence in the middle of uncertainty to rise to awaken our potential individually collectively to innovate to join together to collaborate. On my Gosh I'm an optimist at heart and I think it's what drives me to come to this Mike. Every week is just to inspire you to believe in yourself to trust your intelligence to trust up behind all of the thinking all of the ruminating the analyzing and the stressing that we all do there are answers to our problems. There are answers to our questions so today. I want to talk to you about uncertainty. I've been sitting with this in my own practices. I've actually been jumping on life Facebook live every day at seven thirty A. M. Eastern time for about twenty minutes for talk in practice. So join me their AD. Kara Bradley Teacher. If you WanNa find me a live or you can watch the recordings but this morning I jumped on and I talked about learning to like go of needing to know if I've learned anything from all the deep study I've done in meditation in Buddhist study in Yoga Study. It's it's the understanding that when we that we struggle when we try to hold on to the known when we have this need to predict to plan when we have this kind of this addiction to certainty and we all know we all know at the end of the day. We have no idea what's going to happen next. We never did and we never will. And so what? The sages in the masters have been have been teaching. Us have been reminding us to do is to let go of the need to know what's going to happen. One of my favorite teachers of all times is Pem. Show dron she is was the first female Buddhist Meditation Teacher in in the US in the Western World I guess there were some ordained Buddhist nun in the Western world. That may be what it is anyway. She's got so much to say about uncertainty and she says it in such beautiful simple accessible terminology she sh- so many of her quotes have inspired me and I'm going to throw a bunch of them in the show notes She says one of the things she says. The central question of a warriors training is not how we avoid uncertainty and fear but how we relate to discomfort so that discomfort arises so often when we are trying to know. What's going to happen next when we can try when we try to predict an outcome? How someone's going to act or react to something that we say what's GonNa Happen? Tomorrow in the news and in our in our case right now if you're listening to this you know in twenty twenty especially the first half twenty twenty. It's our need to know what's going to happen in this. Pandemic of the corona virus. I've been trying to walk lightly with certainty and trying to recognize when I am a getting addicted to the news. You know when you find yourself just jumping on constantly. What's happening now? What's happening now? What is CNN saying? What is you know? What is the president saying? What are other saying. That is an addiction to needing to know yes of course we need to stay informed no doubt but we want to watch our addiction to knowing to needing to know because that in itself causes us to suffer it causes us to stress so letting go of the need to know. Allow us the opportunity to sit in the unknown which is reality by the way when we are president we are at ease or at least in the acceptance that we have no idea what's going to happen in the next moment so let's just work with that for a few minutes. How do we open ourselves up enough to be able to sit in the center of uncertainty to be able to relax in this breath to be able to pause for a moment to be present without having to reach forward? The greatest piece that we will experience happens when we do this when we allow ourselves to be present in the moment without reaching and grasping for some known for something known when we can pause right here and listen to the song of a bird to watch the wind in the trees to listen to your own breath to feel your own pulse when we pause in the moment without needing to make anything happen for sure we allow our spell selves the greatest gift and that is to be able to sit with possibility to be able to sit with what is emerging right. Now there are pulses in impulses and sensations and insight that arise moment to moment so often we speed by them so often. We are so far ahead of the moment that we're living in that we don't recognize our own brilliance the intelligence that's streams through. Us twenty four seven so by letting go of our need to know anything. It opens us a to the possibility of knowing everything really discerning. And hearing and sensing into what is emerging fresh. In this moment. These are extraordinary times. My friend and we can do extraordinary

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"pem" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

10:19 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"If I was in putting shoes I'd probably do the same thing as well, but it's not gonna lead to anything. Good. Now, do we need to worry about Russia and Iran teaming up if if there's military action? No Russia has wind aircraft carry. Jacob doesn't work sit dry dock right now. You know, they used to have a very substantial military presence. They still have large military, but compared to us it's, it's not he's dropping the bucket. We don't wanna go there because it would just destroy the world Connie for. For a very long time. And I don't think it will go there. And you also have to remember, a lot of this is political positioning, if Russia, says it's help Iran, even though they may not actually do it would how would is US do does US than start looking at put more sanctions against Russia. The last time we had a bunch of sanctions get Russia. Unfortunately, didn't really do anything just so we need to keep this just I really, really really, really hope that, that things just don't get out of control, but we're, we're right there. Right. The point where somebody's light in the match. All right up next pem is announced that they are no longer interested in deep water oil projects, which is probably in the service. Probably a good thing. If you don't know is actually a hundred and ten billion dollars in debt, most indebted, I think not just willing company in the entire world. It's, it's a mess. Yeah. Such a mess and so they've had declining oil production for the last decade. There's a new administration in president under Manuel Lopez over door. What I have so many last names, somebody first names last news man to shortness up. Little bit. And so focusing on the products are gonna stay where they have experience which giving the shell waters Gulf of Mexico and their onshore fields. So I was like I said they've been struggling for a long time. The currently producing one point seven million pedia crude yet from his onshore and shallow water fields, e at listen, we translate, this pa- mixed not have engineering expertise or the capital to, to get oil, the ground with his dirt cheap, so only and in on the shelf. That's why the president changed the laws of American and European companies could come in and help them. It's really a weird place Jake. So they literally have more hydrocarbons than they do with. They can't get it out the ground. And so what's happening is in his benefits, Texas. We're building pipelines, like crazy across Mexican border supply natural gas to Mexico, which is I mean. I mean, think about it was the other way. Think about if here in Texas, we didn't know how to get the gas out of the ground and Mexico's having Bill pipelines, plice Nattrass in that we had all the gas in the Permian. That's what they're going through. And it just it it's all built around corruption. Pimek's is one of the most corrupt companies, I have ever dealt with and the people in Mexico need to make up their mind that the corruptions not okay. Until the people realize that corruptions not. Okay. The politicians will never change what they're doing. I mean we talk with this before where somebody hot topic pipeline had gasoline to steal gasoline blew up and killed a member. How many people that's not uncommon over there. And so, you know, the only people that really suffered here's the Mexican people. I really, really hope that starts cleaned up its act. Start to see some signs that it's going down that route, but once again, till the culture of Mexico changes into the people say it is not fair for you to steal in not talk about each other until the Mexican people believe that you need to not be corrupt on a personal level. It's never work its way. Through the culture of the government into the company Pimek's. But that's what needs to happen. So let's just hope for the Mexican people that, that things start to change because it's silly that they're having to buy how carbon from us. They have all the need. They just can't get it off the ground. Yeah. Hundred degree over, they get their act together, Mexico. You need some help. Let us know me Jacob e happy, happy come. We can straighten all it gives us a thorny, music and clean it up in about fifteen twenty minutes. What's going on in Canada? My Canadian brothers and sisters. What are y'all doing? So senate. Bill, c sixty nine past and Senate. Bill c forty nine. I think also passed so basically see sixty nine is gives the government oversight over lot of major capital projects like pipelines and basically what they're doing is kill new pipelines growth in Canada, in the politicians there that got this through said, we don't need any more pipelines in Canada. Yeah. You, do you need a lot. You have a lot of hydrocarbons, you have lot of valuable hydrocarbons at rest of world will buy from you, which means that your people have jobs. And unless you can get the those hydrocarbons to the coast, you can't export it and so you're killing your own export business, which is how much money are you losing your economy and then the tanker the other band is banning more tanker, sea forty-eight, is that law so that will just pass to the all tanker moratorium AC. So let me get straight Kaunda. You don't want to build pipelines to move your hydrocarbons that you have so that your people can generate. Electricity and have gasoline diesel run their cars and at the same time you're not let tankers come in so that you could buy hydrocarbons from other countries. I mean this stop and we don't like to get politics. I'm not go any deeper nece, but this is a really hurt the Canadian oil gas business, which is really the people of Canada. So hopefully they get some politicians in there that understand this or once these, these bans, I mean these bills go into place people start seeing how it hurts the copy. Maybe we'll come back and change it. But this is I, I was afraid, this was gonna happen, and it did, and this is sort of stuff that are worry about here in the US, Jake to slit source stuff. I see starting to go on Colorado's going to California forever. And you know, speaking of California, they import so much crude. They have it there. People could have jobs, but they don't want to get it off the ground. They don't wanna be a pipeline. So Californian ports of seventy five percent of hydrocarbons at a uses that crazy. So lesson learned US in the rest of the world. Don't let politicians get caught up and stuff. That's fashionable. Make them do what they're supposed to do which is worked for the. People. This is not working for the people sorry. Yeah. Kennedy so Mesko Canada, like we're just we're stuck in between idiot sandwich. You know what I mean like well get your we are. Now, let me tell you the other thing that which you probably good point, Jake benefit from this, which is a damn shame us. So now Canada's can need to buy crude. They're not bringing in via pipelines, which is the most economic friendly and cost effective way. Do it is being brought him rail, which is not a good way to move hydrocarbons. Well pipelines, much better. But that's what's gonna happen. So we're gonna make money off this people here. Live jobs people in Canada won't donor. Shame. All right. So what's up Assadi Aramco near products so the opened the first hydrogen fueling station? Let me taste hydrogen. I I've been this idea's been my head for a decade. It wasn't until last year or so that it kind of fully gel everybody's. No. That hydrogen makes a great fuel. Right. It's very clean. It's always very clean completely cleaned. So if you run hydrogen in a fuel cell or internal combustion engine, you're exhausted water, vapor. That's it or favor. So the use of hydrogen fuel has a lot of benefits that a lot of people say, well, it's explosive, and we don't have the infrastructure, I hate to tell you gasoline's explosive to, and we built that for structure, you know, years ago have gas stations everywhere. So this is some experiments, where Asari Aramco and Air Products are working together, and there, they built the first Heidari feel stationed in Saudi Arabia, which is really cool in the naval fleet of cars, and they could do some long-term testing on that. The one thing that is really cool about this Jake that, like I said, it's been in my head for years, is there several ways to make hydrogen electrolysis. Probably the. Easiest one where basically run electrically through salt water and you get hydrogen auctioned off, but it's costly. But there's another way to make hydrogen. And that is manipulating the molecules in natural gas and methane. And that is at the point now where it's almost per be to you a power on the cost effective scale of gasoline. So when we can bay factor hydrogen at the same price as gasoline will. Now, some this thing source looking like a reality. And so this is why I keep saying that natural gas as a fuel of future. We use it forever. Not just to run electrical generation and not just to run Ellen g which you actually can use vehicles as well. And not just to make fertilizer, which Severson, the world's fertilizer gas, but we can actually win those molecules and make hydrogen very cheap. I, I really do think hydrogen is the fuel of the future, and whether it's fuel cells running electric cars thinks that very strong positional possibility or internal combustion, which by the way, people internal combustion will never go away electric cars are awesome. They're great but they're four. Wealthier nations, a lot of nations that are still polluter people out of aggregating society. These emerging economies internal combustion says cheapest way to move stuff around. It'll be like that forever. But if you wrote in hydrogen, you don't need catalytic converters, you'll need lean burn technology. It just it's naturally. Produces Eero emissions so really cool stuff. It's interesting Saudi Aramco's came to this first foregoing going commercial. I know Exxon was working really hard on this for years, and they're still working this, and, you know, maybe Exxon his weight into let Saudi Aramco Air Products prove it out, first before they get any deeper in like I said, this is long term thing. There's you can't the only hydrogen vehicle. I know you can buy commercially BMW makes one last time. I heard it was a twenty three month. Wait could pay for now. You don't get it for about two years. But that will change. Let's keep eye on this really think this is really fascinates the for us it for for the world awesome. Think about wraps up the articles what else we got. We got to give away this shirt is blowing it up. We've had so many people reach out to even our own internal our own piers of asking for the shirt. You can't get one way. And get one is you have to go register when even if you work for all Gasco, we'll network, you gotta go. Register early simple go click the link. That's in the show notes. This is a shirt with an antique LA pump. Jack on the front has jeans logo one sleeve IBM's logo which by the way, thank you. I beam for sponsor show. We love you to death. Just came back, Jake from the energy in data conference. In San Antonio. I'm so nice Austin and IBM was there. We really really cool stuff. We got some good interviews. Come out on the tech show from that. But go register for the shirt the coolest thing about is uniquely serial numbers. 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"pem" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

10:19 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"If I was in putting shoes I'd probably do the same thing as well, but it's not gonna lead to anything. Good. Now, do we need to worry about Russia and Iran teaming up if if there's military action? No Russia has wind aircraft carry. Jacob doesn't work sit dry dock right now. You know, they used to have a very substantial military presence. They still have large military, but compared to us it's, it's not he's dropping the bucket. We don't wanna go there because it would just destroy the world Connie for. For a very long time. And I don't think it will go there. And you also have to remember, a lot of this is political positioning, if Russia, says it's help Iran, even though they may not actually do it would how would is US do does US than start looking at put more sanctions against Russia. The last time we had a bunch of sanctions get Russia. Unfortunately, didn't really do anything just so we need to keep this just I really, really really, really hope that, that things just don't get out of control, but we're, we're right there. Right. The point where somebody's light in the match. All right up next pem is announced that they are no longer interested in deep water oil projects, which is probably in the service. Probably a good thing. If you don't know is actually a hundred and ten billion dollars in debt, most indebted, I think not just willing company in the entire world. It's, it's a mess. Yeah. Such a mess and so they've had declining oil production for the last decade. There's a new administration in president under Manuel Lopez over door. What I have so many last names, somebody first names last news man to shortness up. Little bit. And so focusing on the products are gonna stay where they have experience which giving the shell waters Gulf of Mexico and their onshore fields. So I was like I said they've been struggling for a long time. The currently producing one point seven million pedia crude yet from his onshore and shallow water fields, e at listen, we translate, this pa- mixed not have engineering expertise or the capital to, to get oil, the ground with his dirt cheap, so only and in on the shelf. That's why the president changed the laws of American and European companies could come in and help them. It's really a weird place Jake. So they literally have more hydrocarbons than they do with. They can't get it out the ground. And so what's happening is in his benefits, Texas. We're building pipelines, like crazy across Mexican border supply natural gas to Mexico, which is I mean. I mean, think about it was the other way. Think about if here in Texas, we didn't know how to get the gas out of the ground and Mexico's having Bill pipelines, plice Nattrass in that we had all the gas in the Permian. That's what they're going through. And it just it it's all built around corruption. Pimek's is one of the most corrupt companies, I have ever dealt with and the people in Mexico need to make up their mind that the corruptions not okay. Until the people realize that corruptions not. Okay. The politicians will never change what they're doing. I mean we talk with this before where somebody hot topic pipeline had gasoline to steal gasoline blew up and killed a member. How many people that's not uncommon over there. And so, you know, the only people that really suffered here's the Mexican people. I really, really hope that starts cleaned up its act. Start to see some signs that it's going down that route, but once again, till the culture of Mexico changes into the people say it is not fair for you to steal in not talk about each other until the Mexican people believe that you need to not be corrupt on a personal level. It's never work its way. Through the culture of the government into the company Pimek's. But that's what needs to happen. So let's just hope for the Mexican people that, that things start to change because it's silly that they're having to buy how carbon from us. They have all the need. They just can't get it off the ground. Yeah. Hundred degree over, they get their act together, Mexico. You need some help. Let us know me Jacob e happy, happy come. We can straighten all it gives us a thorny, music and clean it up in about fifteen twenty minutes. What's going on in Canada? My Canadian brothers and sisters. What are y'all doing? So senate. Bill, c sixty nine past and Senate. Bill c forty nine. I think also passed so basically see sixty nine is gives the government oversight over lot of major capital projects like pipelines and basically what they're doing is kill new pipelines growth in Canada, in the politicians there that got this through said, we don't need any more pipelines in Canada. Yeah. You, do you need a lot. You have a lot of hydrocarbons, you have lot of valuable hydrocarbons at rest of world will buy from you, which means that your people have jobs. And unless you can get the those hydrocarbons to the coast, you can't export it and so you're killing your own export business, which is how much money are you losing your economy and then the tanker the other band is banning more tanker, sea forty-eight, is that law so that will just pass to the all tanker moratorium AC. So let me get straight Kaunda. You don't want to build pipelines to move your hydrocarbons that you have so that your people can generate. Electricity and have gasoline diesel run their cars and at the same time you're not let tankers come in so that you could buy hydrocarbons from other countries. I mean this stop and we don't like to get politics. I'm not go any deeper nece, but this is a really hurt the Canadian oil gas business, which is really the people of Canada. So hopefully they get some politicians in there that understand this or once these, these bans, I mean these bills go into place people start seeing how it hurts the copy. Maybe we'll come back and change it. But this is I, I was afraid, this was gonna happen, and it did, and this is sort of stuff that are worry about here in the US, Jake to slit source stuff. I see starting to go on Colorado's going to California forever. And you know, speaking of California, they import so much crude. They have it there. People could have jobs, but they don't want to get it off the ground. They don't wanna be a pipeline. So Californian ports of seventy five percent of hydrocarbons at a uses that crazy. So lesson learned US in the rest of the world. Don't let politicians get caught up and stuff. That's fashionable. Make them do what they're supposed to do which is worked for the. People. This is not working for the people sorry. Yeah. Kennedy so Mesko Canada, like we're just we're stuck in between idiot sandwich. You know what I mean like well get your we are. Now, let me tell you the other thing that which you probably good point, Jake benefit from this, which is a damn shame us. So now Canada's can need to buy crude. They're not bringing in via pipelines, which is the most economic friendly and cost effective way. Do it is being brought him rail, which is not a good way to move hydrocarbons. Well pipelines, much better. But that's what's gonna happen. So we're gonna make money off this people here. Live jobs people in Canada won't donor. Shame. All right. So what's up Assadi Aramco near products so the opened the first hydrogen fueling station? Let me taste hydrogen. I I've been this idea's been my head for a decade. It wasn't until last year or so that it kind of fully gel everybody's. No. That hydrogen makes a great fuel. Right. It's very clean. It's always very clean completely cleaned. So if you run hydrogen in a fuel cell or internal combustion engine, you're exhausted water, vapor. That's it or favor. So the use of hydrogen fuel has a lot of benefits that a lot of people say, well, it's explosive, and we don't have the infrastructure, I hate to tell you gasoline's explosive to, and we built that for structure, you know, years ago have gas stations everywhere. So this is some experiments, where Asari Aramco and Air Products are working together, and there, they built the first Heidari feel stationed in Saudi Arabia, which is really cool in the naval fleet of cars, and they could do some long-term testing on that. The one thing that is really cool about this Jake that, like I said, it's been in my head for years, is there several ways to make hydrogen electrolysis. Probably the. Easiest one where basically run electrically through salt water and you get hydrogen auctioned off, but it's costly. But there's another way to make hydrogen. And that is manipulating the molecules in natural gas and methane. And that is at the point now where it's almost per be to you a power on the cost effective scale of gasoline. So when we can bay factor hydrogen at the same price as gasoline will. Now, some this thing source looking like a reality. And so this is why I keep saying that natural gas as a fuel of future. We use it forever. Not just to run electrical generation and not just to run Ellen g which you actually can use vehicles as well. And not just to make fertilizer, which Severson, the world's fertilizer gas, but we can actually win those molecules and make hydrogen very cheap. I, I really do think hydrogen is the fuel of the future, and whether it's fuel cells running electric cars thinks that very strong positional possibility or internal combustion, which by the way, people internal combustion will never go away electric cars are awesome. They're great but they're four. Wealthier nations, a lot of nations that are still polluter people out of aggregating society. These emerging economies internal combustion says cheapest way to move stuff around. It'll be like that forever. But if you wrote in hydrogen, you don't need catalytic converters, you'll need lean burn technology. It just it's naturally. Produces Eero emissions so really cool stuff. It's interesting Saudi Aramco's came to this first foregoing going commercial. I know Exxon was working really hard on this for years, and they're still working this, and, you know, maybe Exxon his weight into let Saudi Aramco Air Products prove it out, first before they get any deeper in like I said, this is long term thing. There's you can't the only hydrogen vehicle. I know you can buy commercially BMW makes one last time. I heard it was a twenty three month. Wait could pay for now. You don't get it for about two years. But that will change. Let's keep eye on this really think this is really fascinates the for us it for for the world awesome. Think about wraps up the articles what else we got. We got to give away this shirt is blowing it up. We've had so many people reach out to even our own internal our own piers of asking for the shirt. You can't get one way. And get one is you have to go register when even if you work for all Gasco, we'll network, you gotta go. Register early simple go click the link. That's in the show notes. This is a shirt with an antique LA pump. Jack on the front has jeans logo one sleeve IBM's logo which by the way, thank you. I beam for sponsor show. We love you to death. Just came back, Jake from the energy in data conference. In San Antonio. I'm so nice Austin and IBM was there. We really really cool stuff. We got some good interviews. Come out on the tech show from that. But go register for the shirt the coolest thing about is uniquely serial numbers. 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"pem" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"pem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A mustang. We wa- what she thinks would be the cost of that problem on the correctly identifies because carrying heavy loads, over great distances that could account for the low back pain. Yeah. Four hours your fall as cutting heavy things. Thank you. Thank you. Ten kills. But what might account for the extreme different suppressants between the two environments? It must be the working environment. Donovan is a professor of human evolutionary biology at Harvard University, an apartment in the pem study spite is Harvard offices near Boston in the United States. Our backs of unquestioned become weaker over the last few generations. We just don't use them as much as we used to chances are, if you're listening to this program, you're sitting at a chair, and if you're sitting in a chair, you're sitting back on it. Well, chairs where the seat back didn't become common until the industrial revolution. Before that, pretty much only, you know, kings, and queens, and popes in archbishops, and important people had chairs with backs, everybody else had stools or sat on the floor. And when you do that, you have to use your back muscles Krasulje or to support yourself. So the fact that we sit so much of the day, and in so much time when we sit our backs are supported means that we are using our back muscles much, much, much less than we used to that has all kinds of fascinating effects on our posture. And, and perhaps, on the likelihood that we get back, then professor Lieberman is right, there are a lot more Chaz on the planet today. Nobody knows how many there are. But once you factor in all the offices schools, universities restaurants, coffee shops constant holes arenas, and stadia than the number probably comes to about sixty billion. I told on for each and every one of us whether they come from. If you look back through literary history, you will find that there are no Chaz in all of Homa, neither of any in the King James bible, shakes pays Hulme also has Nome over there is the ought frown buddy fifties. If you flip through Charles Dickens bleak house, you will find a hundred an eighty seven of them says have become synonymous with design, just in mcgurk is the chief curator of London's design museum. And for some reason, or out the chair is really the kind of symbol of design it became Representative of the changes in technology and style that have been ongoing from the middle of the nineteenth century to the present day, that means that every time, there was a technical innovation or an industrial innovation that.

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"pem" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That they weren't going to get into because of those protesters as a Planned Parenthood volunteer and as a supporter, I fully understand respect. And appreciate the non engagement policy that they have. And it would never want to do anything that interfered with the care that they're providing to their patients as an activist and an advocate. I know why pushing back against harassment and discrimination must even when they're uncomfortable. But last week, I wasn't a patient escort. I was a neighbor and concerns citizen, and I was aggressive. I know that two wrongs don't make a right, and I can do better, and I will do better for the women in Pennsylvania. He doesn't apologize to the girls doesn't mom didn't apologize to to the young man there. I think he's apologizing Planned Parenthood. It's the weirdest thing ever. Now. This is also us Twitter feed. He is a state Representative in elected official, but he sees himself. I as an LGBT activist being gays inconsequential to me seniors activists before being a Representative big problem. But of course, if you wait long enough on Twitter. She wait long enough in media. You will learn the rest of the story. I went full Paul Harvey right there. You're welcome. The rest of the story is that there's a video. Of a black man who clearly is a constituent of Brian SIMS district and very unhappy with Brian SIMS somebody shooting video this guy confronts his loud, and he is cursing. We think we bleeped it all out Presario feels confident he blamed it all out finger on the dump button. Just in case. And this guy is not shying away. At it starts like this. When it came to Brad. Two. I feel uncomfortable. You know, we need longer. I feel uncomfortable that I mean, we're covered. Please. Don't get me wrong. Brian SIMS starts walking away. What Brian SIMS the state Representative did to these three girls? This guy's doing a him. And he walked away literally walks whole street, and he starts with the, hey, what are you come back to the office? What do you meet me at the office? Why can't we talk there? That's what was talked about. This thing guys. Like, I wanna talk to you at your office. I wanna talk to you right here. Why? Oh, that's. What? Pem heavy with black people. Cower? And he starts walking away that this guy who's running Brian's as white. This guy is black. Why are you having conversations black around people? I don't know the context of that part. I do know..

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"pem" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"pem" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on KOMO

"President Trump's speech to the National Rifle Association. He was removed tossing cellphone toward the stage. The phone flew toward one side of the lectern as Trump was approaching from the other side, president proceeded with his speech without delay. Nobel winning astronomer says the universe is expanding faster than it used to meeting the cosmos is considerably younger than we thought. And that's sending a shudder through the world of physics making rethink some of their most basic concepts research says the universe is about. A billion years younger than previously believed to take ourselves as a pretty friendly part of the country, but a poll that pem co insurance has put together confirms what many of us already thought getting to know people in the northwest. Is it easy for everyone? With more on this poll joy, pem spokesperson. Alison leap. Allison. Thanks for being with us today. Thank you for having me Seattle freeze might actually be real. Well, yeah. Let's let's talk about some of the takeaways from this new poll that you can break down for us. We discovered that a majority of Washington and Oregon residents admitted making new friends really isn't a top priority for them. In fact, forty percent of residents say it not to important or not important at all for them to make new friends. Wow. That is not very friendly. This is is this a reluctance on our part because we feel that we're just too busy. I mean is there any reason to give this or we just not nice people? I wouldn't go that far I wouldn't necessarily. We're not that. But there are a number of different reasons and you hit one of them, right? A lot of effort to meet new people to invest in building new relationships. We're all busy. We're all tired and on the go. There's really not much energy and time to do that. But for many it's more than just about the time and effort it takes our poll found that almost half of north west residents. That's about forty nine percent. Just simply aren't even interested in interacting with people that they don't even know. And then Tom. Yeah. Things like social media and technology while social media can be a great way to meet new online friends. It really has an isolation of fact, we spend, you know, at least two and a half hours a day so for networking or on messaging platforms, which would kind of puts us in that relation. And don't forget about Jomo the joy of missing out. Just simply enjoy their alone time. Yeah. Some might say the Seattle is a lonely city. There might be some truth to that. I mean, it seems like there's a lot of interactive you mentioned social media, and some people are content to just do their their contacting and friendliness and their greetings and conversations via one of those social media sites rather than going out and making interpersonal contact making I guess the neighborhood block parties and things like that kind of an endangered species. Right. I mean, human community, right? They want that belonging that connection. So many of us do go to those social platforms for that kind of connection. And you know here in Seattle, we are a tack a booming area. And so that's easy for us to do. But it's things like simply leaving the home that are going to get that to face interaction. Right. We think of ways to make new friends you hear it all the time. But hobbies come up and find out what brings you joy, besides being alone, of course, and dive into those things get yourself out of the house. You know, another interesting tactic. If you are one of those that had looking to make new friends think about expanding the age range in which you look find ourselves looking for people that are exactly our age in the exact same stage of life, but those friendships can be aptly wonderful, but don't let that be the only driving factor. Lots of good stuff. Thanks so much for sharing some of it with us. Alison, Allison leap from pem. Co you can read the entire poll at Petco dot com slash poll. Get you.

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"pem" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"New this morning, Mexico detaining four hundred central Americans were traveling in the southern part of Mexico trying to reach the US border. Mexico says those detained declined to apply for Mexican visas when union leader from Honduras calls at a plan to ambush to break up. The caravan. Mexico's president says his government was not giving migrants free passage and are trying to break up the work of human traffickers after months of hedging and hinting. Former VP Joe Biden will make it official tomorrow morning. It was time. They've laid this plan out, but they know in a crowded field. He's gotta get in and given his long history which can be both a plus and a minus elections are generally about tomorrow. He's gotta get in and make his argument that whatever he's done in the past. He can serve this country going forward Biden for president. That's reporter Terry Moran. UCF celebrating a milestone next month university will confer it's fifty thousand degree through the direct connect program. It's a path that guarantees admission to UCF students. Who complete an associates degree from one of the local state colleges. Will interestingly enough, we are the leader in the country and even within the state university system associate vice provost, pem Cavanaugh says since the program started thirteen years ago they've seen an increase in graduation rates. The program also saves thousands in tuition costs and makes the transition to university easier. She wanted the UCF experience, but she wasn't ready for the big experience yet. It's since become a model at other institutions around the country Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO or than three hundred fifty people now dead in Sri Lanka among them. Forty five. Children experts say there were substantial and very specific warnings. And they should have been caught. There was a massive security an intelligence failure here in Sri Lanka, and that was caused by an internal fight in the government here affection on behalf of the president and affection. Above the prime minister, not wanting to talk to each other not wanting to share information, and that's why the intelligence was quarter, James Longman investors will be closely. Watching Boeing sock today, the company set to release its first quarter earnings the first since the Ethiopian plane crash and the grounding of its max. Eight seven thirty-seven has always been Boeing's cash. Cow that has taken a hit as a plane, his not only been grounded, but deliveries of the max are on hold. Boeing stock. Price remains up for the year. The company may lower financial forecasts, but analysts expect aircraft sales to remain strong. Reporter Alex stone says Boeing's earnings are expected to come out before the opening bell on Wall Street in a small quarter in Virginia drone delivery is finally available..

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"pem" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is getting even closer to allowing teachers to carry in the classroom floor Senate passed a Bill it allows local school districts to enact the policy. They're going to go out in the hallway and leave their students in the room and just go stand out there next to a swat team guy. State Senator Linda Stewart of Orange County voted against it. She tells me teachers don't really want the responsibility experienced, and they're put in a position where a lot more could happen to the students and to them sell Republican state Senator David Simmons of seminal voted in favor. The Bill does not require a school district to participate. Bill now goes to the Florida house. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. It's a win for governor Ron Johnson is ongoing battle with the former Broward County sheriff the supreme court ruling that descends does have the authority to remove Scott Israel. The job to Santa suspended Israel back in January for the sheriff's office response to the parkland shooting in the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting the decision all but ends Israel's attempt to get his job back before the twenty twenty elections will now have to be elected again by voters to scientists replace Israel in January with acting sheriff Gregory Tony veteran of the Coral Springs. Police department Israel first elected back in twenty twelve then won a second term in two thousand sixteen before the suspension. Kevin refuses Dundee six point five. WDBO listening to these seven AM expanded newsfeed. I'm Marsha Taylor. And we're bringing you fifteen straight minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. Well, after months of hedging and hinting former VP Joe Biden makes his formal announcement tomorrow. It was time they've laid this plan out, but they know in a crowded field. He's gotta get in and given his long history which can be both a plus and minus elections are generally about tomorrow. He's gotta get in and make his argument that whatever he's done in the past. He can serve this country going forward. That's reporter Terry Moran. UCF celebrating a mile. Milestone next month, the university will confer its fifty thousand th degree through the direct connect program. It's a path that guarantees admission to UCF students who complete an associates degree from one of the local state colleges. Interestingly enough, we are the leader in the country and even within the state university system associate vice provost, pem Cavanaugh says since the program started thirteen years ago they've seen an increase in graduation rates. The program also saves thousands in tuition costs and makes the transition to university easier. She one of the experience, but she wasn't ready for the big experience yet. It's since become a model at other institutions around the country Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO more than three hundred fifty people are dead in Sri Lanka among them. Forty five. Children experts say there were specific and substantial warnings. There was a massive security an intelligence failure in Sri Lanka, and that was caused by an internal fight in the government. Hey, a Faxon on behalf of the president and affects. On behalf of the prime minister, not wanting to talk to each other not wanting to share information, and that's why the intelligence was missed supporter, James Longman, and we're following more. Breaking news, the president of Sri Lanka. There are now asking the police chief and Defense Secretary to resign following those deadly attacks on Easter Sunday investors watching Boeing stock today. It's the first quarterly earnings to come out since the THEO plane crash and the grounding of its max eighth seven thirty-seven has always been Boeing's cash. Cow that has taken a hit as a plane, his not only been grounded, but deliveries of the max are on hold. Boeing stock. Price remains up for the year. The company may lower financial forecasts, but analysts expect aircraft sales to remain strong. Puerto alexan- says the earnings report will come out before the opening bell on Wall Street, and it's over for the magic Toronto Raptors turned another dominant defensive effort extending their playoff winning streak to a team record four and clinching a berth in the second round for the magic. They're heading back here home..

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"pem" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And Marie computer, Florida gets even closer to allowing teachers to carry in the classroom before the Senate passes a Bill which allows local school districts to enact the policy in the hallway and leave their students in the room. And just go to stand out there next to a swat team guy. A chronic state Senator Linda Stewart of Orange County voted against it. She tells me teachers don't really want the responsibility experienced, and they're put in a position where a lot more could happen a to the students into themselves. Republican state Senator David Simmons of seminal voted in favor. Favor. The Bill does not require a school district to participate. Bill now goes to the Florida house. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO, a win for Florida governor onto Santa's and his fight with the former Broward County sheriff the Florida Supreme Court ruling that descend to does have the authority to remove Scott Israel from the job to Santa suspended Israel back in January for the sheriff's office response to the parkland shooting in the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting the decision all but ends Israel's attempt to get his job back before the twenty twenty elections as now I have to be elected again by voters to scientists replace Israel in January with acting sheriff, Gregory Tony veteran of the Coral Springs. Police department Israel first elected back in twenty twelve then won a second term in two thousand sixteen before the suspension. Kevin refused. Ninety six point five WDBO after months of hedging hinting and dodging former VP Joe Biden will make his formal announcement of a presidential run tomorrow morning. It was time. They've laid this plan out, but they know in a crowd. Added field. He's gotta get in and given his long history which can be both a plus and a minus elections are generally about tomorrow. He's gotta get in and make argument that whatever he's done in the past. He can serve this country going forward. That's reporter Terry Moran. You're listening to the six AM expanded newsfeed. I'm Marsha Taylor. We're bringing fifteen minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. Well, a milestone for UCF this month, the university will confer it's fifty thousand can you say that again fifty thousand degree through direct connect program. It's a path back there and teas admission to UCF students who complete an associates degree from one of the local state colleges. Will interestingly enough, we are the leader in the country and even within the state university system associate vice provost, pem Cavanaugh says since the program started thirteen years ago they've seen an increase in graduation rates. The program also saves thousands in tuition costs and makes the transition to university easier. She wanted the experience that she wasn't ready for the big experience yet. It's since become a model at other institutions around the country Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO report getting a little help building to do library and events center. The Orange County commission voted yesterday to Mark six million dollars in tourism revenue for the project called canopy project is set to open next year updating the terror attack in Sri Lanka, three hundred twenty people dead now, forty five children experts say there were substantial and very specific warnings. That should have been caught. There was a massive security an intelligence failure in Sri Lanka, and that was caused by an internal fight and the government here affection on behalf of the president and affection. A- behalf of the prime minister not wanting to talk to each other not wanting to share information. And that's why the intelligence was missed reporter, James Longman. We're following breaking news out of Sri Lanka just moments ago were hearing the prime minister of the president there. He's suspended the police chief and Defense Secretary following those deadly attacks on Easter Sunday. Investors are watching Boeing stock carefully today. The company sent to release its first quarter earnings that's the first since the plane crash and the grounding of its max eighth seven 737 has always been Boeing's cash. Cow that has taken a hit as a plane, his not only been grounded, but deliveries of the max are on hold. Boeing stock. Price remains up for the year. The company may lower financial forecasts, but analysts expect aircraft sales to remain strong. Puerto Alex Jones is Boeing earnings are expected to come out before the opening bell on Wall Street. Now, Bo you still months away from its first test flight to the IS aspect NASA. The Air Force One of the ready for any astronaut emergencies at Cape Canaveral air force station army warfare rescue teams, practiced reaching the capsule and stabilising it with glorified. Inner tubes? Stuff that they're.

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"pem" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"pem" Discussed on Here & Now

"He said, listen, my businesses working, I'm supporting my family. Nobody comes and tells us what to wear or what what to do in the way that they did under ISIS times. And I can make it. A difference with this business for my family and for my neighborhood, and I had dreams of growing it. And he told me that you know, we just wanna see more of those slight chance of normally that we have today continue I can see where people would want that kind of normalcy. But how could people afford something like perfume in a place that has been eviscerated where he said to me something that was so obvious when I thought about it and realize how a name my question was because I asked him why perfume and he said perfume and cigarettes. Those are not luxuries. Everybody needs them. No matter what. And I think you're one hundred percent, right. You know, it was really we had this love. I started laughing. You know, the answer was so obvious. But I, you know, somebody who knows his market. He's a great entrepreneur. I wonder what your takeaway is. I mean, we do you know, it was a great story. How much can we make of that in in the total picture there? The fight against extremism is one every single day by young people who refuse to give in he's young folks. Yes, there one story. The hairdressers you'll meet in the foreign affairs story that are shop entrepreneur pajama entrepreneur right than the young women working for security forces there each one life, but all of those lives add up to people who are waging the battle that the Americans don't have to wage right against extremism themselves. They're living on the frontlines and US policy has helped to support their battle for normalcy and against extremism. And I think what America has failed to realize what we haven't talked about enough is that what we have done in terms of US policy has actually achieved its goals. Thank you for speaking to us about a guilt. Lemond senior fellow at the council on foreign relations. She has made several trips to Syria in recent months and writes about them in foreign affairs will make a link to the website. Thank you very much Gail. Great to join you. Severe fuel shortages have hit much of Mexico, including the capital for days. Now, the federal government says it's a small price to pay as it closes gas pipelines temporarily to stop illegal fuel taps, but many people are skeptical of the strategy and fed up with long lines at the pumps. We have the view from to reporters now with K Jay Z's, Mexico City bureau, the first from Murphy Woodhouse. At against her on this report. Dozens of fuel trucks that idling at the entrance gate there. Waiting to fill up with gas. Brought in by tanker up through the sea of Cortes. The air is thick with these fumes drivers check phones fiddle with the rigs sleep and otherwise try to make the long pass as painlessly as possible as a part of the effort to crack down on gas thefts in Mexico, the government shutdown two main gas pipelines that run from the port to distribution hubs one of the modal, Alan, no. But I meant that's truck driver Donald as much for several days. Now, he's arrived at the port early in the morning filled up late at night and return to the Sonoran state capital of animal seal only to quickly turn around and return, the gnome we how Boko fatal these says he's a little tire hanging in there hopes that the pipelines opened up again soon to get a break from the exhausting back and forth. Lewis harass. You're Muna's Santini head of a group representing gas stations in the northern Mexican state of Sonora concedes that trucks are not the most efficient means of getting gas pumps where it's needed the inside. Via mass economic about Lalo, all logistic. The most economic with fuel around he says, but the measures being taken against gassed up or worth it. He argues through October of last year there were more than twelve thousand reports of gasping siphoned off pipelines, legally a release from PEX, the state owned oil company said those losses cost Mexico well over three billion dollars last year as to how long the pipeline closures will be in place. Muni Elston have a clear idea. Neither did pem spokesperson epic thirty new Campo casino society. But however long it takes he says for the stealing stop in for the gas to be used for the benefit of Mexico for here..

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Intel CEO resigns after relationship with employee

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:34 min | 4 years ago

Intel CEO resigns after relationship with employee

"Interim chief executive that's all we've got right now but intel looking ceo brian chrysanthemum resigning his position and bob swan has been named the interim ceo so we're going to be spending some time trying to find out more details about why brian has resigned and there's another headline out pem go for it cruise had a pass consensual relationship with an employee ouch there it is it is a press release here are the bloomberg headlines catching up we're going lights you're trying to get on front of the a press release beneath the headline of the resignation of mr zana second quarter revenue and non gap earnings to exceed prior guidance two thousand eighteen to be another record year so they get the business out of the way he was told me they're they're a little bit more than five years and bob swan is the named the interim ceo he is the current chief financial officer and given the distinction in paragraph two is a consensual relationship in the tone here is no big deal except it says a non fraternization policy comma which applies to all managers cured and that seems to be the distinctions we move forward david wilson what does the intel stock doing right now you know it's interesting intel fell immediately after the headline started coming out it since bounce back which may have to do that outlook you mentioned and at the mall the shares are actually up one and a half percent so people like and what they're seeing close out and get your complete stock report the intel board quote has a robust succession planning process in place and has begun a search for a permanent ceo so mr swan taking over as interim interim ceo while they get to work david let's let's move on to what you lead with today are you comcast disney fox free today or are you actually got three companies in the five hundred report earnings since late yesterday all the results while received with micron technology since we're talking about chips the shares are up four percents in early trading it's the most active stock the memory chipmakers earnings and sales forecast for the fiscal fourth quarter beat analysts average estimates in a bloomberg survey the outlook reflects growing demand for chips used in mobile devices.

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