19 Burst results for "Paskhin"

National Pretend To Be a Time Traveler Day with Jack Conway

Podcast Gumbo

03:01 min | 2 months ago

National Pretend To Be a Time Traveler Day with Jack Conway

"Hey paul this is jack. I'd love to know more about pretend to be a time traveler day. I did some research. And it doesn't seem that all scientists think time travel's impossible but i don't think we've quite figured out yet so until then we'll just need to pretend which actually sounds like a lot of fun anyway. I'd love to know more about this day. Thanks there's been a lot of national days of my friends have challenged me with throughout this year. And although i won't commit to this. But jack's choice may top them all today. December eighth is national. Pretend to be a time traveler. Day any guesses what you're supposed to do today. Apparently we are supposed to wear some very close from yesteryear or act confused by certain technology. Okay maybe for some of you. That's not too difficult. Say with me. Rss stands for release simple syndication for my first recommendation. I've gone back in time to the year. Twenty twelve and found this live. Talk from comecon by the stuff you should know. People they discuss time travel. Works and reference people like carl sagan. They also get a visit from a time traveler and talk about the musical paradox from back to the future after listening to gout and strap on your steam punk or victorian close and share using the pretend to be a time traveler day hashtag. Today's guests is jack conway. Jack is the editor of podcast review. Which delivers podcast. Critique and recommendations each week sure some people may see us as competitors and he's never reviewed my ward winning podcast. But i won't hold that against him. Because i'm a fan podcast myself. I love getting and reading the podcast review newsletter for a third recommendation. Today jack travels back to last year for decoder ring. Episode jack says and i quote my episode. Recommendation is gotta get down on friday from dakota ring. It's about the two thousand eleven viral hit friday by rebecca black one of those songs that so bad. It's good in the episode. Willa paskhin the host of dakota ring which is one of the few podcasts. I never miss an episode

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"paskhin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"paskhin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"USAA last then White House counsel, Don Mcgann several times denied the president obstructed Justice. He refused. Learn through sources familiar what this matter that the White House reached out to Don Mcgann lawyer, William Burke, Paskhin Burke task as client, Don Mcgann to come out and say that the president's directive to fire the special counsel. Robert Muller was not obstruction of Justice. And that Don Mcgann rebuffed that request correspondent, Pamela Brown. House Ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal has issued subpoenas for six years of the president's tax returns. Giving the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin IRS Commissioner Charles reading a deadline of next Friday to deliver them this just days after Mnuchin refuse to comply with demands turnover. Mr. Trump's tax returns, not wouldn't turn over the returns because the committee's request quote lacks a legitimate legislative purpose. Neal says that federal law states of the IRS, quote shall furnish the tax returns of any individual upon the request of the chairman of congress tax writing committees. He says the ways and means committee is there have been denied a request. Meantime, some Republicans have attacked Republican Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate intelligence committee for signing off on a subpoena for Donald Trump junior some but not all well, many Republicans maybe blasting the Senate intelligence chairman for signing off on a subpoena for the president's eldest, son. Some of his colleagues are now coming to his defense. I believe that Senator Byrd as spin theory. Good chairman, his excellent. Conducting this investigation, and it's worked very closely. With the range in Democrats on the committee..

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"paskhin" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on Slate Money

"We were all on strike off for the first time in living memory, or at least, you know, the nineteen ninety s that has been a significant number of industrial actions in work stoppages. And this kind of thing the in the grand fight between labor and capital. It looks like labor is is out marching on the warpath what's going on. And so the number of work stoppages that the department of labor tracks almost tripled to twenty twenty eighteen mainly because of all the teachers strikes their teacher strikes in Virginia bunch of leases and mid there was a strike Marriott workers went on strike teacher strikes were in West Virginia. Oklahoma Kentucky in Arizona. So a lot of people went on strike in through this year. Yeah, it doesn't look like it's stopping Elliott has had a big strike and West Virginia. Teachers are expected to go on strike. Pretty soon and the piece we're talking about random Bloomberg was written by my friend. Jan pass Paskhin, and she also talked about sort of like unconventional things that workers did this year to get their companies to cut cut out the bullshit like the workers at market basket protesting to get their CEO rehired or Starbucks employees trying to get better needle disposal mechanisms because they were tired of picking up like old heroin needles and Gula workers going forcing the company to stop doing certain government contracts, forcing the company to get rid of arbitration like we've talked about so twenty eight team was kind of a surprisingly good year for labour. Yeah. I mean, I think that obviously overall capital still doing a lot better labor yet. No. Good thing. I was just saying that the fact, but I do think it's interesting 'cause I've heard different theories posited, and in one is that like post Trump, there's been this kind of protest culture that has been created and even encouraged by some companies, and that now people are saying, okay, we'll never gonna protest these things that are actually happening at the companies, which which I think is a good thing. I think you can't completely divorce it from what's happening in the overall economy that historically when you have a better economy workers have a little bit more power to actually if you look at like, the share of national income that goes to labor the show that goes to capitol. It has been going more to capitol. But when we've seen it narrow has been when the economy's doing better this less slack in the market. So the the headline is seven million which is number of unfilled job openings in America, which has been up. The is this is none president hid Lee enormous number of unfilled job openings, and we. Back above seven million. And when there were that, many open jobs, and your miserable public schoolteacher making very much money and having to pay your, you know, bipeds cels around kids and all that kind of stuff you like. Look, you know, they're really I can just quit. I can go and get a better job somewhere else. And that gives you the kind of incentive to say, this is really stupid. I think we should get together, and we should demand better working conditions better pay whatever it is that we need in order to just say, let's let's make sure that jobs in general are improving in line with the demand for labour. Also, as I think there's kind of like the pendulum swung a little too far in capitals direction, and you see you hear about the economy being great. You hear about the unemployment rate being really low, and then you go to work, and you haven't gotten raised, and you know, ten years or something your salary is barely budged..

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West Virginia, Department Of Labor And Paskhin discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

03:48 min | 2 years ago

West Virginia, Department Of Labor And Paskhin discussed on Slate Money

"Were all on strike off for the first time in living memory, or at least, you know, the nineteen ninety s that has been a significant number of industrial actions in work stoppages. And this kind of thing the in the grand fight between labor and capital. It looks like labor is is out marching on the warpath what's going on. And so the number of work stoppages that the department of labor tracks almost tripled to twenty twenty eighteen mainly because of all the teachers strikes their teacher strikes in Virginia bunch of leases and mid there was a strike Marriott workers went on strike teacher strikes were in West Virginia. Oklahoma Kentucky in Arizona. So a lot of people went on strike in through this year. Yeah, it doesn't look like it's stopping Elliott has had a big strike and West Virginia. Teachers are expected to go on strike. Pretty soon and the piece we're talking about random Bloomberg was written by my friend. Jan pass Paskhin, and she also talked about sort of like unconventional things that workers did this year to get their companies to cut cut out the bullshit like the workers at market basket protesting to get their CEO rehired or Starbucks employees trying to get better needle disposal mechanisms because they were tired of picking up like old heroin needles and Gula workers going forcing the company to stop doing certain government contracts, forcing the company to get rid of arbitration like we've talked about so twenty eight team was kind of a surprisingly good year for labour. Yeah. I mean, I think that obviously overall capital still doing a lot better labor yet. No. Good thing. I was just saying that the fact, but I do think it's interesting 'cause I've heard different theories posited, and in one is that like post Trump, there's been this kind of protest culture that has been created and even encouraged by some companies, and that now people are saying, okay, we'll never gonna protest these things that are actually happening at the companies, which which I think is a good thing. I think you can't completely divorce it from what's happening in the overall economy that historically when you have a better economy workers have a little bit more power to actually if you look at like, the share of national income that goes to labor the show that goes to capitol. It has been going more to capitol. But when we've seen it narrow has been when the economy's doing better this less slack in the market. So the the headline is seven million which is number of unfilled job openings in America, which has been up. The is this is none president hid Lee enormous number of unfilled job openings, and we. Back above seven million. And when there were that, many open jobs, and your miserable public schoolteacher making very much money and having to pay your, you know, bipeds cels around kids and all that kind of stuff you like. Look, you know, they're really I can just quit. I can go and get a better job somewhere else. And that gives you the kind of incentive to say, this is really stupid. I think we should get together, and we should demand better working conditions better pay whatever it is that we need in order to just say, let's let's make sure that jobs in general are improving in line with the demand for labour. Also, as I think there's kind of like the pendulum swung a little too far in capitals direction, and you see you hear about the economy being great. You hear about the unemployment rate being really low, and then you go to work, and you haven't gotten raised, and you know, ten years or something your salary is barely budged.

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"paskhin" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Card fraud, identity theft, passing counterfeit checks playing a pivotal role in early online criminal. Marketplace's Griffiths cons bread has done. All of these things ripping off hundreds if not thousands of people in the process. From a moral perspective. Brett steeds are terrible. But from a storytelling perspective, their material his criminal exploits make for a rollicking yard that has the arc of a movie. Like catch me if you can sequences from a heist film, a protagonist straight out of an anti hero drama and a happy ending, maybe. And we first started reporting on Brett, that's what we were intrigued by how good his story was as entertainment. But as we dug in bread story became significantly, less fun. Not because we discovered Brett was lying to us the because people are complicated. And so our stories. Scammers con-artists we feel like they're all around us right now fire festival theranos the summer of scam. The people involved in these types of things don't just have this native tales. They tell fascinating tells. That's what they do. Tell you a story you can believe in even if you shouldn't Brett Johnson was one of the first wave of criminals to figure out how the internet could be exploited for financial gain. But he was also the kind of guy who could talk people into things and out of them. This storytelling ability is one Brett still uses to this day. In fact, it's his job. Now threat is a legal person operating on the right side of the law as a speaker consultant advising businesses on hundred tech themselves from cybercriminals like him. In today's episode. We're going to deconstruct Brett story. I by letting you enjoy it. And then by taking it apart to see how it works. This is decoding show about cracking cultural mysteries. I'm Willett Paskhin every. We take a cultural question habit or idea crack open and try to figure out what it means. And why it matters today? How do you tell a good Griffith story?.

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"paskhin" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bay is new station. KCBS partly sunny, breezy and cooler today. Good morning. I'm Larry Sharona. Here's what's happening some tense moments late yesterday afternoon when fire broke out in a high rise apartment building in San Francisco KCBS Scotla Terry was there I rise apartment. Fire started around four thirty and was brought under control about an hour and a half later. Fire chief, JoAnne Hayes, white fire. We believe started on the twelfth Florida, and it traveled vertically to the sixty through the sixteenth floor. We have all a member staging on the tenth floor, but the fire is under control this time and the fire itself is under investigation as to cause and origin. No injuries at this time reported. Yup. So Chris job windy conditions. Like, the supervisor said high-rises are always challenging because you have a high occupancy time of day. Maybe there's not as many people as that would be home at night or in the early morning, but still challenge there was a challenge in art because of the high winds and all the people that were around the area, very highly populated part of San Francisco near the waterfront and the embarcadero. Supervisor Aaron Paskhin was here as well. Singing the praises of the fire department many streets around the area, including Washington street off for about an hour after the fire in San Francisco, Scott Metairie KCBS. Residents from thirty apartments in the vista south of golden gateway building were displaced by the fire. The Red Cross is putting them up temporarily at the height regency at Barca Joe center. Seven residents were treated for smoke in Latian at the same. San Francisco's fire chief Johann, whites joy and Hayes white has announced. She's retiring from job she's held for fifteen years. The San Francisco Chronicle reporter Heather Knight spent some time with as white. She says that the chief won't be leaving right away. Met with the chief in her office, and she has told her entire department, but she will be retiring, she's given mayor London breed about six months to find her replacement. So she doesn't expect to actually leave until may of two thousand nineteen. What is the first woman to ever lead, the San Francisco fire department, and is the longest serving major city fire chief innovation a Santa Rosa man is scheduled to be arraigned in cinema county. Superior court today for the two thousand eleven sexual assault of a fourteen year old girl. Police say the girl was walking near the rohnert park expressway.

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"paskhin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on WTVN

"And. Community service team Courage Back California progressivism never ceases to amaze. Anybody, now San Francisco is trying a weird form of forced, capitalism which is an oxymoron as. Usual it's all about control this. Time it has to do with the massive campuses of big tech companies and all of the onsite amenities that they provide their employees apparently too many amenities too great to work at these. Places so the city is working on an ordinance now to force employees at these big tech firms to go out for. Lunch Now if it passes This is crazy the ordinance will prohibit new campus construction from having a. Company cafeteria at all you see the problem according to the city's progressive officials is the campuses are just too cushy. Two convenient to insular they're trying to force the employee's from these companies to go away and stop. Getting, those free lunches Often gourmet free lunches that they're being offered as a, perk of you know working at a particular company they want, them to go out into the neighborhood and support local restaurants instead now San, Francisco didn't come up with this brilliant plan on its own. Mountain, View California has already banned Facebook from. Serving, free meals. At its new campuses that opens their. This fall but it gets better under the new, proposed, San Francisco law current employees would be grandfathered. In so they could continue to, use existing cafeterias but no employee's would. Be banned from. Using the company cafeteria oh HR is gonna love explaining this one no I'm. Sorry you cannot use all of the perks San Francisco is upset that the tech companies got oh here it is. The crux of the matter they're upset that these set companies Scott tax breaks into thousand and eleven To move into troubled areas of the city, this, one called the mid market several companies including. Twitter square in Uber moved in, but the neighborhood hasn't taken off why Aaron Paskhin city supervisor who is co-sponsoring Bill says well these tech companies have decided to leave. Their, suburban campuses because their employees want. To be in. The city and the irony is they come to the city and then they're creating. An isolated walled off campus now, this is not against these folks it's for them, it's to integrate them into the. Community Now it could be that these progressives suddenly are all. In, love, with a wall, because they're tech workers prefer, not, to walk out to a local restaurant in you know risk a shift here and there or getting jab. With heroin needles by San Francisco's estimated twenty two thousand intravenous drug users there is also the fact. That, well I should say this portion. Of the program. Brought to you by new.

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"paskhin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Courage Glenn Beck progressive is never ceases to. Amaze, anybody now San Francisco is trying a weird form of, forced capitalism which is an oxymoron. As usual it's all about control. This time it has to do with a massive campuses of big tech companies and all of the onsite amenities that they provide their employees apparently too many amenities too great to work at. These places so the city is working on an ordinance now to force employees at these big tech firms to go out, for lunch Now if it passes This is crazy the ordinance will prohibit new campus construction from having a. Company cafeteria at all you see the problem according to the city's progressive officials is the campuses are just too cushy. Two convenient to insular they're trying to force the employees from these companies to go away and stop. Getting, those free lunches Often gourmet free lunches that they're being offered as a perk, of you know working at a particular company they want them, to go out into the neighborhood and support local restaurants instead well now San, Francisco didn't come up with this brilliant plan on its own. Mountain, View California has already banned Facebook from. Serving, free meals. At its new campuses that opens their. This fall but it gets better under the new, proposed, San Francisco law current employees would be grandfathered. In so they could continue to, use existing cafeterias but new employee's would be. Banned from using. The company cafeteria oh HR is gonna love explaining this one no I'm sorry. You cannot use all of the perks San Francisco is upset that the tech companies got oh here it is the. Crux of the matter they're upset that these set companies Scott tax breaks in two thousand and eleven To move into troubled areas of, the, city this one called the mid market several. Companies including Twitter square in Uber, moved in the neighborhood hasn't taken off why Aaron Paskhin city supervisor who is co-sponsoring Bill says well these tech companies have decided to leave their. Surburban, campuses because their employees want to. Be in the. City and the irony is they come to the city and then they're creating an. Isolated walled off campus now this. Is not, against these folks it's for, them it's to integrate them into the. Community Now it could be that these progressives suddenly are all in. Love, with, a wall because, they're tech workers prefer not, to, walk out to a local restaurant in risk a shift here and there or you know getting jabbed with. Heroin needles by San Francisco's estimated twenty two thousand intervene as drug users there is also the fact. That, well I should say this portion. Of the program. Brought to.

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"paskhin" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"When we see a clown costume now were often much more interested in the person underneath all that makeup and so instead of just interacting with a clown or imagining who he or she might really be part of the reason we find clowns so unnerving and scary clowns take that unnerving quality and use it to their advantage they capitalized on something latent in good clowns and blow it up out into the open and for happy clowns that's awful it must be so painful to had devoted your whole life to making people feel good and then to be powerless to stop people from thinking of you as a creep to have devoted your whole life to making people laugh and then finding out that lots of people would much rather laugh at something much more disturbing but what i hope this episode has demonstrated is that the distance between happy clowns and scary clowns at least the ones who are trying to amuse people not hide their criminal intent behind skies isn't quite as fast as it first seems the scary clown isn't just a twisted clown they're kind of solution for the clown a way to make the clown work right now within the bounds of are more ironic sceptical big thrill seeking moment they're not the end of the clown but the beginning of something new or more accurately something old the revival of a more adult ambiguous clown clown who's more like us because as act the actor and clown teacher we spoke with earlier pointed out that's really what we need for any way to show us who we really are in our complications not who we wish we were that we all ridiculous beautiful confused fumbling fulled creature and that we are in ordinary divine comedy where we still have no idea how to be a human being and the clown reflect that in extremis often on stage and so we like to laugh because it's not up so in some ways where like that's me but i'm laughing because it doesn't have to be me up there showing people how stupid and ridiculous i am thanks for listening this is dakota ring i'm willa paskhin you can find me on twitter at will pass skin and if you have any

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"paskhin" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The scene firefighters had already put out the fires contained inside when i'm not sure what the source of the fire was firefighters did a good job now the extent of the man's injuries not known you may recall supervisor paskhin harshly criticized the san francisco fire departments response to another fire in north beach on saint patrick's day peskine later apologized well the world continues to react a missile strikes launched in syria friday by the us britain and france after a suspected chemical weapons attack near damascus a week ago reema sill owns reams california bakery and cafe and oakland she has family in the region immediately thought about my family called my father right away luckily they're safe she says the airstrikes have done nothing but cause more violence in syria and that the syrian people will continue to be the ones who suffer peninsula congresswoman jackie speier tells kpi x five she felt the us had to act do not appear to be evidence of injuries to civilians it sends a powerful message to assad her main issue that president trump's administration made the decision without meeting with congress to let's go ahead and get you an update on traffic here's peter scalp field in san francisco i'm looking at some heavy traffic coming into the city off the upper deck of the bay bridge this is where grinds to a crawl pretty much from the tunnel all the way into the city to the central freeway split also in san francisco this is interstate two eighty southbound before monterey boulevard the two left lanes are blocked by this crash involving a pickup truck and a classic car i'm looking at a backup that stretches for about a half a mile that southbound two eighty monterrey in san jose highway seventeen southbound just past hamilton avenue the chp is on the way to this crash that's blocking the right lane this just happened and so far i can see where you're getting around it okay but you might expect the backup they'll start developing their before long in oakland a special traffic alert has been issued by the c h for eight eighty southbound at high street this is a four car injury crash it's walking.

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"paskhin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Flag for the allstars in this tournament and he'll go up against lowery market in round two about to get underway there on the baseline balls are on the platform and they are off into the crossover dribble we've looks like they're about leaving they both get the chest pass missed the second one goes down for both of them so it's a sprang from right to left marketing it a little bit of an edge he goes up and down an embassy puts it in israel they are neck and neck going to the 3point line marketing gets the first off the ads eddie of their answers to the championship eating joel obeyed lowry market in seven feet tall and headed to our title game rathi lorry cut him off what about a half court on the dribble what right in front of a beach slowed him down and he got that first three up at fortunately knocked it down and the young fellow going into the finals twenty year old thin rule head to the finals of the taco bill skills challenge to face either jamal murray or spencer dinwoodie and it will be dinwoodie in his nets black uniform out on the far left side as we look at it and jamal murray also in the dark nuggets uniform fall is on the podiums and off they are away under the crossover moves around a free jerry west law goes all five pylons at the first jess paskhin for murray did what he needed on the second try saw about a half court headstart premier you fingerrolls today but did what he's right behind him and scores get here and breathing murray lines up pretoria on its way no good adnoc is it down spencer january jon barry called it dinwiddie and market in for the championship did i not say in my first inkling and i just switch i had marketed and woody uh these guys want it more clearly wanted murrieta chance again.

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"paskhin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The play poor the sea yellow jackets a changing goalposts last night tonight they're going to go through freshman stepanova durant six six hundred and sixty bandra out of ontario his two point three six goalsagainst average is the best in atlanta cocky saves percentage is over ninety percent to defenseman starting imprint of him that site freshman battalion novitsky and on the right side is senior andrew the brink at starting a print tonight portray i see the left winger sophomore blake christiansen with eleven goals on the season the right winger freshman various doesn't he's got four goals in the starting center i spent is sophomore hugo reinhard four goals eight assists twelve point same goal tonight for air force coming up his second career shut out the junior out of raleigh north carolina billy christopolous 28 games 28 stars loss who is now fourteen eleven in three with a save percentage of ninety one point three percent nicole's against average of two point three seven in front of him left defenceman matt cook good to see cookie back in the lineup last night after missing six games with an injury the junior out of minnesota had an assist dillon abboud on the right defence abboud the senior captain addison tenure colorado also an assists last night and enforces starting topline evan geese had the game second goal last night has eighteen points to lead force in scoring six one two hundred junior how to naperville illinois the right winger eric paskhin minute tunca minnesota with sixteen points on the season and the starting to center i spent tyler led for colorado springs five nine 160 senior they put it down at center ice and we are underway from could at i saw really tonight air force winds the draw brings the packed into the icy an to our right it's back out to the neutral zone where it's chased down by geese learn to abboud boji back to abboud coming to his for led bird weeds to his left and baskhanov drill it in and the falcons will change on the fly hey i see trying to dig out of the corner your side can't do it the reverse it to the other side and it's going to be picked up at center ice now by christians comes in along with darrow did arrow sent back to christians in a gets loose and falcons pick it up behind the net report brings it out to.

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"paskhin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With air force up four one just thirteen seconds in tyler watford told you i call is nee began his second goal of the season first goal of the game came unassisted thirteen seconds in made it four one then see see baid their run you know they weren't going to weigh down in wet air force a bull ride over on trade bramley meysenberg go back to back three minutes apart bradley his first uh four if excuse me his eleventh antivat top line of uh bradley and howery producing big time uh tonight thankfully it was the depth of air force that carry them there so it got really die see but then it to eric paskhin goals he gets the first goal of the game and then the last two i his second goal came at thirteen twenty one a period number two in the final goal of the game only goal coming in the third period was eric's after thirteen 53 three mark his ninth goal of the season tyler watford uh with the assists fill boji as well so tyler led firms ends up with a goal and three assists eric baskin with the three goals i'm not telling day toler how to do his job but when it comes to our three stars of the game i humbly believed that those two guys should be among them so that's how we got here a six three win for the air force falcons as they put that we can sweep that happen oh my gosh what was it like three months ago we don't even remember at the air force falcons are back to their winning ways and the going into the huge game with you you on a high note beating their across town rival we will take a break we still have to hear from air force head coach frank sirtori uh but when we come back we'll give you the further statistical story here from to that ice arena again your final score falcons six tigers three more to come as the.

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"paskhin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Get that little paskhin on the rearm out election appeal this offer shades keep it there for another three or four there are always open to the chocolate cake though amal appeal aback it always be like a peach cobbler blue barrier charrier someone in like and you get the kerry carry on carat corner mp's us all back i it yeah i think it tator todd's occasionally unheralded found care pretender tout beal's live theatre tides have hitherto taught to broker the potatoes were frozen like their one side was red hot and in the other side was frozen lake at did you do that i gotta say they'll salisbury stake oh i've ever had a salisbury stake outside of a tv dinner i don't even know if they live outside of tv dinners handling they deliver maitland is also very stake that exactly the hill is gravy what the hell is in grave give you ever held but i liked it you did a did when i was growing up does my favorite tv dinner the salisbury stake and then i stop the them when i saw with sean salisbury tweeted out extraditing ali abu dhabi bad garbage kid may a good so i could think of now the fried chicken was good the turkey and gravy wasn't there uh he didn't get into i mean i i used to get it occasionally but it no it's turk in grape wounds analogy but i did lacking cheeses okay i don't know if i had conceded his he's alright but i did dissolves whereas they didn't stay agenda think what else admitted to a disaster was uh i i did i'm sorry i will give you a few more these and then weeds ready for the a warriors and the allegra to talk all about kobe bryant getting to numbers retired we actually saw a picture so it is kind of what we thought it was gonna he's gonna that conversation plus or is still got a winning streak who's out who's who's plan and at wigan and all that at the top on these words would toll on nbc sports.

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"paskhin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Crusaders a comeback will fact of act scores now a centering pass bagdash marks any one and the uh hoped and charlie rounded away from it at the last second gone the other way level what they pick slap shot watt by defender threes into the corner now now got here comes holy cross two on three the other way now to threeonthree broken up defensively by air force gone the other way stretch past pulver has a pulver at baskin there but he rendered around instead behind the neck vascular couldn't catch up dortha crusade they turn and gulf holy cross in at left to white the entity force hand with the park his breakfast okay you who had two of the three goals for only grass last night mckay he hammered against the boards uh by kopatch and the puk comes loose with it is like tom is chopped down uh it's loose at center i san won't cagey gets but his plane near baghdad under a minute to go down in fact 35 kgb period seen by eric paskhin retrieved by holy cross played at center ice by crusaders taken away by cook cook dumped sudan to the crusader end but that's an ice colin air force stops o'clock with nineteen seconds left the airforce helicopter shelter jane it look like ads entire legs out there get the john that one on the ice and also faceoff down in the air force in nineteen gene seconds left first period they'll drop it to the right ability christopolous psalm lacking more on the dotted line drive one by tom lackey fast abg deep unity kgb with irs two hundred feet away.

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"paskhin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To learn more years meant more to g e and they still do have the worst record major league baseball but the phillies in some of their younger players making things fall sean fills ended up winning their series with the cubs earlier this afternoon a six three victory doubted citizens back park and kyw john johnson was there to witness it billy's would a fifthinning to remember and it began and ended with res hoskins in a six two three win over the cubs and a rubber game sunday afternoon near instead that have been hard nick allowed three runs and occurs but with settling going five fastforward to the top of the fifth warned no out greece hoskins would start 743 triple way moved to the bottom half of the baths would knock in five runs williams a two run home run galves a two run single and inning also included in error into wild pitches meaning eight oscars would needed eleven home run king career game fifth game in a row with jack reporting from citizens park john johnson kyw newsradio sal those five straight games for hoskins with a whole run it in a tying a phillies record he ended up with the curtain call after hitting that homework so what exactly did he think of that you have been acquired of many as a fan grown up so to do it be the one in other saying you're nervous as if it goes from thinking about it great we are great fans here and i was fun at some that this is special remember paskhin said the phillies open up a threegame series against the braves tomorrow night at 705 and other division news giancarlo state and collaborators mlb league 50th homer of the year what was a two run shot the that proved to be the gave winner miami six to two over the padres two weeks to the regular season for the eagles at roster cuts coming suit kyw said bacon reports while many illegals top players get to rash joined the final week of the preseason defensive back patrick robertson says it could be a stressful time for players on the.

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"paskhin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wilkinson describes herself she lives in sacramento california and and latterly had false high with benefits were close ed 24 tale as i said i found the job as his or prayer for a news website hair's allow since then karen has been doing freelance work teaching yoga reading for a magazine she feels stressed but not hopeless somehow i may away and it probably helps vatva cathelinais hair lower that is another part of how ran elissa paskhin lives in new york city she lost her fulltime job at law firm several years ago when the owners retired now it's 62 she's been doing per diem work ever since but that doesn't mean she isn't hoping for fulltime employment except elissa isn't sure when that's going to happen i honestly don't know but i can't afford not to hope that they will be it we steadier she doesn't know if she has the network and connections to land a fulltime job and the burdens of not having a steady income are starting to add up it last year unless you're really you know financially well said is extremely extremely stressful to be unemployed for anybody but especially as you age but one of the biggest costs isn't financial it's emotional in another study place to go you tend to become isolated and they say the lowest unhealthy thing turns a i illness the people growing older is is a social isolation alissa tries to make sure she isn't isolated she takes care of an older friend and that doesn't change the fact that she needs a job but for today she's hopeful through.

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"paskhin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is coming to the pacific northwest in that region should see some relief this is npr from kqed news good morning i'm brian watt san francisco supervisors are expected today to consider competing measures aimed at better controlling a certain type of a vision he cutie sonia hutchison explains landlords convict tenants if they are their family members move n but in embassy bay area report found in a number of cases the landlord's did not actually movin now to measures from super reserves mark farrell and aaron paskhin require the owner to stay under penalty of perjury that they are moving in an follow up with official verification peskins legislation cosponsored by jane kim also includes a five hundred dollar fine for not doing so scott weaver is with the san francisco tenants union which supports peskins legislation on the uh skin in legislation as mechanisms tools for enforcement where the girl was just like does not pass get unfairly declined to comment and the apartment association could not be reached i'm sonia hudson kqed news and san francisco was one of several places across the country expected to host marches next weekend calling for the impeachment of president trump marshall lewis is one of the organizers of san francisco's march which he says should remind congress to hold trump accountable in moments leg win suggested he might fire special counsel robert muller various congress members responded by saying no that's not in athens if you do that then we're just going to hire and right back again that's the kind of leadership that we need from congress it keeping heat to the fire it's keeping up with the investigations it's doing everything that they can to make sure that those investigations or independent so far nine california cities have planned marches i'm brian watt kqed news support comes from work a reader a local trek nonprofit helping to.

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"paskhin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"paskhin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And come up with plans to reduce violent crime mm on the list springfield illinois and kansas city missouri left off the list st louis until criminology professor rick rosenfeld says the city's just undergone a couple of different federal studies anyway which found a disconnect between police and the community victims of violence are very much at risk becoming the next dander and violent that's not a finding the unique st louis by any means but while it's one thing to study it's another to put those findings into action that's one of the benefits those cities announced today will receive the justice department says it will offer coaching to those cities chosen today the state in illinois one step above junk bond status and that's atrocious and immoral so sad state treasurer mike six we're sitting on a pile about fourteen billion dollars in unpaid bill ferrick the democrat puts the blame on the republican governor bruce rounder whom he says has gone his entire term without passing or even proposing a real balanced budget of around as con lawmakers back into special session barracks doesn't hold high hopes of budget will be pass gloat hauling everyone back on not gut with that would be i also think of very unpreductive while you're crank negotiate with someone ought to be spending millions of dollars on television out about curse the governor will speak during a live address from the all state capital on the eve of the special session gam likes news time three owes six saintluc university researchers and students are preparing for august solar eclipse as came lexus alex de reports they'll be studying whether changes that happen when the sun suddenly goes away slew meteorology professor bob paskhin who also coordinates the quantum weather project with amran missouri says they'll be launching three radio sons or weather balloons on eclipse day all of us are going to try and make a coordinated effort to data as the eclipse happens and then as it disappears one will be launched its and another a jefferson college the final wanted eminence facility and cape girardeau or launched within a minute of each other amer sending up what's called a missile net station to collect the weather data alex boegman newsradio eleven twenty kmox some good news it lambert airport southwest airlines recent expansion including the addition of.

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