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"paul hello" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:24 min | 10 months ago

"paul hello" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You're on the radio go right in Okay yes Full disclosure for your reader for your listeners that they should be aware that your guess is his organization is heavily funded by the Coke foundation Okay fine I'll be very honest with you I don't care but now that we all know what else The second point is that our findings are not funded by George Soros John so let's go right ahead It's also untrue Our founding fathers feared democracy And that was the reason for example that they created the Electoral College so that the masses were not elect the president They created the Senate where the Senate was not elected by the masses They were elected by state legislatures And Alexander Hamilton wanted a president to be appointed for life So they feared democracy They had seen what happened in France with the French Revolution And they feared what might happen if the common folks had a chance to actually run their government Well they feared pure democratic rule That is that is certainly true They wanted a filtering mechanism if you will comments Tony Well sure John first of all I'm sure the claim about the Coke funding but I don't want to get into that because we raise it really interesting point about how the founders spelled about democracy And I think there's some truth to what you're saying They feared a kind of passions the passions of the people overwhelming their judgment And so they put these roadblocks in place so that you couldn't just have the people suddenly animated angry about some recent event and then passing laws in judiciously But with that said it's very clear that they wanted to give quite a bit of leeway for people in their communities to operate in this communities And one way we know that is that many of the authors of the constitution were also authors of state constitutions and when you read those state constitutions you see a fairly wide latitude afforded to state legislatures to govern the affairs of their people They are elected representatives doing so So I think that they wanted to control the passions and the biases of people But at the same time ultimately they knew they had to trust the people because he couldn't trust a few elites because their people also they can be evil just like the masses can So they had to balance those two concerns All right To Paul and Lansing Michigan hello Paul Hello Jimbo What's your guest name John a Tony woodleaf Tony woodleaf Tommy woodley okay I just want to appreciate the conversation referring to the founding fathers And this was a little bit awkward I'm going to try to get it across in a real short statement I just want to remind us and everybody That when we talk about what was going on 250 years ago and in that era There was no Internet Right now we say something and it gets around pretty much around the world in a matter of minutes Then you walked two or three miles an hour to get from one place rather or you had a horse Maybe you could get there at ten or 12 miles an hour Word got around way more slowly And the reason I bring this up is because the gas and I appreciate all of the input Referred to the What do you call the refutations of the founding fathers And I just want to bring into the conversation that when we're getting around now it's a different thing than when word got around that It went word of mouth And my very slowly yes yes it did With bodies and some of the history is somewhat astounding at how quickly things happen I'll add that I'll just so that's I just want to throw that in and I appreciate it Okay Well appreciate your thoughts Paul The rapidity of communication today is that impact what we're talking about Tony I'm sure it does I think that's a really interesting point You had another countervailing pressure in that older time was wars and rumors of wars The difficulty of just getting reliable information and rumors could spread and so I think what that points to now when you have this kind of instantaneous communication and unfortunately the same tendency towards rumors and kind of ideologically motivated news is and even greater need if you can believe it then the founders had for these checks and balances in our government so that you wouldn't let some instantaneous event that we all see on TV like the attack on 9 11 Just horrific and we all saw it Even those events the founders would not have wanted us to rush immediately into passing laws in our grief in our fury And so thankfully we have this balance of powers that keeps us from those passionate moments when we maybe are not thinking as clearly as we should And then it comes right back gen to what you open the conversation with when the legislature doesn't do its job when it simply shirts all responsibility then we lose some of this critical checks Something else that happens not only are we instantaneous but also we are able to find like minded people and times gone by if you were a left handed Lithuanian lumberjack you might not know anybody else who fit that category today you can go online you can find a couple hundred of them right off the bat So your preconceptions tend to be reinforced and that.

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"paul hello" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Something Who

"And missing experts podcast. Paul hello the first thing that i wanted to say before we get into the business was wow that to that evil doll examination. Loved it. Objectively speaking for the mix. I didn't have anything to do with it. I loved it. Too was obsolete fairly objective. Because i didn't have anything to do with texturing animating blocking directing or any of that. Some fairly unbiased. In saying i think it's marvelous. Alliterate or somebody. On twitter the other days singling out for praise the establishing shot of the house was one of yours. Well certainly the model is yes. Guy can't get your house bigger and better call in how it painstakingly painting of the tiles and then rob richie painstakingly animating. It but Yeah actually now. It was the textures who makes short a said. They have no seen it yet. It was just too within the infant friend. Mike got in touch and said he'd managed to land himself to steal book. And so i said yes. Fame butts but he's be slower amazon means. Ese soon going to wait until some friend Yeah timmel you. This team by the way but yeah unattainable. That's excellent okay. We have a lukewarm. Take on the other. Big news of the de goldman. Oh well the galaxy. Four automation was lukewarm tate. Charles i didn't really have one was just isn't as interesting. The doctors fine. They're going to be an produced by independent production company. Rodney in house. Because of course unobservant outside observer could be forgiven thinking that it had been since two hundred five because it hasn't it was even when it came back. He was unusual. Doxa who in being made in house. Even back then drama was largely found out. I had a room. isn't he. To programs left side talk to in silent witness which has been going for. I think twenty five thousand years. We have gone in circles from not being hold over back in back in eighties being pretty much all day with wasn't put out to tender and will the eighty s reforms. The bbc wasn't that. I think because it wasn't yeah they tell us the last strategies visa. Indeed i mean wasn't is unusual. Fight is unusual now. It was unusual in eight thousand nine..

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"paul hello" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"Now we have staff writer paul vision. He wrote this week on. Nasr's plan for some quick and dirty moon missions. Hi paul hello. There's some interesting backstory to this. Why nastase first visit to. The moon in fifty years is going to be done in collaboration with private companies. How did this become the moon. Mission approach for nasa. It all goes to this lunar x prize that google sponsored a decade and a half ago that got all these startup companies and other groups nonprofits interest in building a cheap lunar lander. None of them succeeded by the deadline. And there's only a twenty million dollar prize which is just twenty million kind of chump change when it comes to you know doing things in space. But that spurred a lot of free development and ideas and then when the trump administration came in four and a half years ago with this interest in returning to the moon in presented an opportunity for thomas or buchen who is the head of nasa science who came in under obama late in the second obama term to harness these new companies and say. Hey can we pay you to take some instruments to the moon fast. What are your sources raised. This interesting question are these missions or are these landers with instruments strapped to them. The first ones are pretty much. Landers with instruments strapped to them the traditional nasa mission has can elaborately conceived. It has a project. Scientists while scientific knowledge in house in the design of the lander the scientists. Seth the requirements for the lander of will pass through the van allen belt or not and with these especially the first ones sa- companies. Trying to coordinate these fifteen instruments strapped onto it. But it's all a bit more catch-as-catch-can was coordinated but fast and cheap. How soon might one of these landers end up on the moon. The original goal was this year. The first two Landers have slipped to next year but by next year. I think there are three scheduled to land and it seems fairly credible that it could happen by that point so that seems really fast for lunar mission for a space mission. Is it really because of the commercial involvement or you know what's so different about now than say ten years ago is the commercial. Involvement is just nasa doing things a different way which we've seen with their sponsorship of getting cargo and now astronauts to the space station. This is kind of moving that same type of method where they're dictating less requirements to the companies and the companies have maintained ownership of the lander in this of this uber to the moon. And just let them move faster. And it's riskier to nasa can't be as sure that this won't fail but they're cheaper so only a couple making it a couple not making it. Maybe would be less of a dent in the budget. That's right it's it's much more survive wolfer for nasa. This is not billion dollar satellite or spacecraft. That would be lost. You'll be very bad for the companies involved if they're wonder landers fails but for nasa itself. It's a blip in the budget. What about the scientific questions that are going to be addressed with dan. Measurements instruments take who decides which scientific questions are answered which are the most important as seems like that would be part of mission. Planning at nasa nasa solicited their own scientists and outside scientists for what instrument you have nearly raids ago. Socially for the first few missions so allowed that built off stuff are in development. Almost sitting on this shelf had been used for a sounding rocket or spare flight copy. And there's good signs that's going to be done from the first mission on some viz also just testing instruments that will then be relied upon for future missions more ambitious missions. The issue of water on the moon seems to have risen to the top looking across all the different instruments and scientific questions. You mentioned in your story. What are the the big questions about water on the moon. In the past couple of decades a series of orbiters have detected what seems to be water especially on the polls where there these regions where the sun never reaches. When you're in the sun is very hot on the moon and so water goes like that but it seems like it can build up in these permanently shadowed regions signals of smaller concentrations of water have been seen across the lunar surface and one scientist calls it space. Do i love this mechanism for or meekness is really cool. So you know you don't think of rocks having lots of in them necessarily but they do have a lot of oxygen in them and so when the solar wind or earth source type solar wind these ionized. Hydrogen ions bombard the moon. Knee had this h coming in that. Oh you know it can seems like perhaps make water. The short lived ambient water and dancing across the equatorial surface. And maybe some that water can is energized enough to jump down to the polls and get stuck there but also might be sourced from early in the moon's history or from comets loud. This work will be also teasing out. Just how much water. There is and where it came. What kinds of things in the landers in their instruments going to do to figure these questions out. So there's this one suite of instruments that are going to end up on the viper rover. Which is a nasa built rover. That's going up being carried by one of these. lunar landers. there's one instrument that counts the number of neutrons coming into it and you know. Hydrogen is around from. Water absorbs neutrons seeds the dip in the count. There's spectrometers that can you know image water and there's going to be drills. You can drill down poll of that regular with lunar soil backup and then see what the water that might have been. Trapped in the ice will been vaporize instantly and it can be caught by mass spectrometer or seen by this other spectrometers looking at these weirdly tall piles of lunar dirt because of low gravity and high friction on letter. You can do this one spot but eventually the rover will be able to do this. One hundred days a bunch of different sites. What other scientific questions might be attacked with this new lunar. Armata that we're going to be seeing. As these missions have developed they have gotten a bit more coordinated bit more kind of strategic in the science goals and so their emissions that are going to a few years from now. Investigate oracle lunar swirls these magnetic anomalies are associated with these swirled patches on the lunar surface in the moon does not have a magnetic field but these are really magnetized and the couple ideas for why this form we've never been visited by land rover to this will go explore one of those and another one is going to return seismometers to the far side of the moon that is going to run for a while and has seismometers on the moon since apollo they just shut off the seismometers that was running when apollo ended in the seventies also a small radio telescope. They'll sit on the far side kind of looking in the quiet shadowed from earth's radio noise and looking out into a solar system galaxy beyond in two astronomical domains. I don't really understand great. This is very excited. We're talking about twenty twenty two multiple landers going to the moon and then maybe many many more in the next few years is going to be a decade of moon science. The chinese have already kind of started and there are others like the russians. The israeli small company that attempted a lunar lander in two thousand eighteen is coming back as india which had a failed land in two thousand nineteen and japan. as well. really you're gonna see a huge number of lunar missions happening including the us. Where i don't think a lot of people realize that we're going to have to lunar lander as the year.

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"paul hello" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Modern ways and so I i think you know with the stamp to especially with gland on a national platform. I wanted. I wanted people to to kind of kick in you. Know kicking and realize there's there's there's modern native people all over this country and maybe they should think about that and their own communities to you. Know who's who's land they on and who artists and that's in a community that they can support locally and that's just a great way to put it is just giving the visibility out there about indigenous people and and that's a struggle that maybe some artists are out there. working with and maybe there are is similar where they're connecting people with you know living cultures with native people across the country And not just you know with these tourists Things are knockoffs or anything like that but really showing and celebrating indigenous people and culture and history as well and you still have time to jump on the phone lines. Grab your cell phone or maybe even have a landline. Give us a call when eight hundred nine nine six. Two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native. there's still some time We're speaking with rico. World today are august. Native in the spotlight. Here at native america calling and rico wondering thinking about the stamp. Is that available now to the public. I know that they're the ceremony was last week to Reveal the stamp and celebrate Then how the ceremony and celebrated with the release ceremony. Where can people find. The stamp out. Stamp is is available as You can either get at. Usps dot com or. You can go to your local post office. And i'm looking forward to seeing that and it is interesting because we still get mail. There's still postal service. I know there's a lot of communication that's digital. We have email and here. We are on the radio talking but There's nothing like getting a birthday card in the mail or something and and maybe the you know. That's something that you look forward to and and you you're gonna get a stamp and hopefully it's one of rico's Forever stamps How do you think that your are especially with the stamp How do you see it existing in the tourism world. I know we touched on that a little bit. But i'm especially when you go to these places like here in new mexico you know it attracts people who wanna learn about the tribes and see stuff. And they're in. Alaska are wanting to learn about alaskan native culture. Yeah i it's it's difficult because You know you can approach it from two directions. Which is you know. One is like waiting better education for for visitors tourists so that they know what what to look for and they know when they're looking at something that's not an authentic piece and so that's like education and then there's some need for enforcement you know some shops. Don't really kinda you know. They're they're sneaky about it. They know that it's illegal. To misrepresent are as being indigenous but they also you know there's ways to like just kind of let that happen also let that misunderstanding happened with being inactive thing they do so there's some need fernan for you know greater enforcement of of The i think it's the indian art in act i think cannot protect that And i mean you know what. I'm kind of exploring with my role is is the idea that You know also how we reach out to. How do we reach out to to these places. So in How number that was a while ago. I wanna say eight or nine years ago. I designed a decade playing cards. And i got them funded kickstarter and ch You know the concept without one was. Okay maybe maybe. I can convince every tourist to buy you. Know often are a handmade native piece of art. Maybe i can kinda work my lane to their market. Also and and i'm going to take a playing cards is is something that's small and inexpensive that You know a tourist may just for a grandchild and nephew or niece and So you know so. Explain the other end of making it accessible to to the tourism markets and hopefully some of those stores that would would give money to these knockoff. Companies aren't now supporting more a little bit more of a authentic native artists industry I don't know if i would say this. You know having solutions. But like i definitely am trying to do you know one small part with my presence will definitely sounds like a actually a big step in the right direction and let's head over and squeeze in of a caller we have dina from anchorage alaska listening to us on kane. Ba hi dina. Hey how are you doing. We're doing that. You know rico. The it every week i go to the post office looking for your stamps. And the postman. There says yeah four or five people a day of been asking for your stamps and so today the post office about seven minutes. And i bet he's gonna shake his head no for me 'cause i bet he's going to be sold out by the time i get there. Well that's awesome. Thank you deana. Go ahead rico. Your words oh yeah. It's kind of confusing. Because they announced the stamped in november but they didn't announce when would be available. So they're kind of like kept kept people on their on their toes about that. Well there you go. The stamp is popular in anchorage. If you get one We're rooting for you. Dina and also Thanks for calling us today. And let's see if we can fit in one more caller paul from minneapolis. Minnesota paul Hello antonia and hello rico I wanted to say that we can. We can just a stamp stamped yesterday. Here in shock coppee minnesota It's good to hear your voice and your presence on native american calling and tonia Recall as you know. We had an eight point two earthquake in the aleutian hive on just the other day. The creator is putting a focus is house. he's alaska. yeah. I want you to say that Your president is he excited protections for the congress person rainforest that's as i was a whereas with a legacy of clearcutting. Let's hope that the ravens home protected in perpetuity The looming nation just arrived at the national museum of the american news in washington. Dc told toward is appearing at the him. And if you haven't seen the totem at the top as grandmother moon Halfway down is the presence of resin. Brother and hecuba is causing of my child in.

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"paul hello" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Something Who

"Gaffe for you. The gun fighters is dead forever or all of us. I hope it's over. Can you take us back to england. You want to leave us. I want to be surrounded by familiar things. How about public schools. You can't get much more english than that you will forget. The gunfight is gaffe. It will always be as painful as it is now. Actually it might just be gaffe. These two stories are all of time. Nisha gotten hello and welcome to the podcast where we take something old doctor who stories from original series compare it with something new from the new series and add. Something borrowed sketches then to make something who yes. It's something who podcast episode forty four. I'm richard and we're back with another look at a pair of doctor who stories this time set in english public schools first week got fifth. Doctor story morgan on dead from season. Twenty and then. We'll take a look at tenth doctor adventure human nature the family of blood from series. Three and with me to chew over. These tales of educational misdemeanors are big finished. Writer and missing episodes podcast. Paul hello good evening. Good evening good evening. Yeah and also we've got to astrophysics. Offer giles evening and restored to the bosom of something who after being relegated last time to the scanner screen its graphics designer and half of the dalai sixty three hundred eight phenomenon. Good evening a half. And i like you see three or ui somewhere in the middle on one of each. I'm the units of ten from one column and any very good not.

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"paul hello" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"paul hello" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"paul hello" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Leading Armies of people who are brilliant, brilliantly lit. Which would match many of the things that take place in near death experiences into classic books to Paul, the Oh the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the Egyptian Book of the Dead. It was a guide for the living to tell them about the death experience. Exactly. And I think it was Pierre then. And over the years it turned into a way of maintaining and gaining power. And it changed the nature of the experience. It changed the nature of religion, that's for sure. All right, let's go to the phones are lining up for you. Let's pick it up by going to Josie and Joshua Tree. California Hijos Welcome. Hey, good to talk to you again. George. Paul. Hello, Josie. How you doing? Pretty good. So I wasn't planning on trying to call in tonight, but Going back a step talking about you were talking about sheriff death. Yeah. The bystander in music and up. Sorry. I gotta bring up Jim Morrison, because, Okay, let's hear it, so he claims that when he was four So that would have been about 1947. He, um, has spoken word album called American Prayer. A lot of your listeners are probably Familiar with this. You guys might be as well, but he claims that he was traveling with this family. A native American reservation and witness a heinous her accident, and he claimed that the some sort of chief or someone from this group Went into his body, and he claimed that for years, but he was carrying the spirit of this. I think it wasn't made of chief. He thought On. But if you listen to the American prayer album, and I don't know if the song on that album was called Peace, Frog or Dawn's Highway, something, But it's in that album, and he really believed that for many years, but he was Because he was there is a four year old. That's the spirit of this native American went into his body and just kind of You know was with him throughout his entire career. Can you guys talk more about that? Wow. Uh Pretty pretty dramatic. It is pretty dramatic. How do I approach this one? I He was very spiritually. It was very spiritually his own way.

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"paul hello" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"paul hello" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"Hello everybody welcome back to the film. Buds podcast this episode number one hundred and fifty one a new record for us and mimes henry and this week once again is paul davis paul. Hello and then joining us as well after a short hiatus is our friend jacob hours although jacob. We can't see which is a shame but we can hear you. Yeah we'll be here again. Yeah thanks for coming back on and this week we have a review of the new hulu original idea you can you can call it happiest season and then we have listener question about our top three holiday films. Some sure there will be some huge discoveries revelations there and pick the week all the usual stuff so thanks so much again for joining us guys. It's great to have you both here. Hope you had a nice holiday or just a nice week. If not yet very much. So i went and saw the wife's family and You know some family It was all cove safe. Don't worry dear listener but Yeah it's just been a pretty good time jacob. What about you man yeah. This is pretty Chris small event here at home to hung with my sister and didn't really go anywhere. Mccoo much to report for that but to spend watching movies and where can a lot which is laughing. Been here much. Rather be here than working sir. Well not too much else to mention really anything. Y'all wanna mention about anything. No.

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"paul hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For Dan. Let's go back to the lines. And say, little Paul. Checking in for Milton. Hello, Paul. Hello, Jordan. By the way, just I forget my only night off. They Like a guy? Yes. So what's on your mind? You're there, young man. Well, I've been reading solving 9 11 by Christopher Boland. He also okay. I guess it's a little lecture on you, too. And it's a fascinating book that doesn't seem to be in any library in Massachusetts, except for having university was what's the premise of his take on 9 11. Well, he gives a lot of investigative information over the years. I think it was written in 2000. We were quite a few years ago on DH. I guess A lot of people just done interested in what happened on 9 11 getting to the You know the facts about it. They can take the official story. But it's Bin. How did is conspiracy theory until has been disproven by this book. And I think it came from mental library loan from a place and Georgia that added under the history section, not the fiction section, So it's kind of I guess the there's been involvement with other governments, including the U. S government. To take down the buildings. Also, it's so it's so it's what's that book? It's the book that says that the US government and in Israel was involved. Is that what you're saying? More or less Yeah, and it gives quite detailed information That's kind of alarming. Ah, but you have to wonder. Why it isn't in all the libraries and people just done interested in reading about it are knowing that, you know. Well, it's it. I'm not sure. But it might be because ah You know, it's it's one of these conspiracy theories that You're buying into it, though it sounds like you're pure. I think so because it really nailed down a lot of ah floating toy balloons that are out there that just don't add up and they they do have experts from all the different fields, Underwriters Laboratory and the pilots themselves. The people that were Witnesses. They never did find the plane or any of the people that landed out in that field. And, yeah, I'm going toe. I respectfully disagree with you on on this one. I I'm not going to argue with you, but I think that people who suggest that it was a ruse by the government or the plane never hit the Pentagon. Is that's part of it to correct that that there was a it was a promise to go to war in Iraq. I guess another Pearl Harbor was a type of a thing, but it's kind of like if you follow show are cones of stories and And use his kind of logic. A lot of it kind of, uh, he's kind of a Sherlock Holmes this Christopher Bolan, but I'd recommend it to anybody that if you read it, it's a fiction. It still an interesting read. Well, you keep an open mind. I guess that's the important thing. Paul. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Thank you. We haven't You too. Yeah. Ah, didn't want too controversial here. But People who suggest that particular event of all who suggests that it's somehow a figment of our imagination that the terrorists did what they did. Just rubs me the wrong way. I don't know about you. Let's go to Jack. Ah. Also a Newton knight Jack. Welcome. You're on night side with Jordan and for Dan. How you doing? It's Jack Porter, I How are you? Are you going? Well, Not only have I read some books, but I finished. Two of my books have been a pretty prolific writer 40 books, too. Books I've finished was my own collected articles on separatism. Anti Zionism on DH. Radicalism, socialism connections between Judaism and revolution coming out next year. It's a talent. I have not talked about very much, um Because, you know, it's such so much bias against socialism and radicalism in a country like France, or course South America talks about these things quite a bit. But, uh, well see what happened. What's the title of your latest book? Then what? What's it called the latest two books. It's called the radical Writings of Jack Nous on Porter. Oh, so, yeah. Okay, radical writing, so that means the radical on the left side of things, right? On the left side. But I use the word radical from the Latin word raid X to go to the root. Right. X means radical means going The root of the problem. I'm not a Communist. Of course I'm not a a radical radical, but I like to go to the root root issues. You know of what causes things. Well, what does a guy like you then reading If you're not writing books of all the time, what you are, what what? What's on your bookshelf. Well, there were three books when I Uh, Giovanni Costigan biography of Sigmund Freud. Very readable short. I think people should read Freud because we want to understand evil in the world. We won't understand craziness. And Giovanni Costigan is book is very good. Another book, which is somewhat data is the inside South America Inside Europe Books by John Gunther. Remember him? John Gunther, great writer. They need to be updated, but you can learn a lot about South America. Europe. Whatever. By reading John Gunther's book, didn't he Right? Ah, book about his son, or am I thinking of somebody else? He wrote a very poignant be not proud. Unguided? Yes. Yeah, That's what I remember that distinctly Wow, that's coming back to me from high school. My goodness. I'm sorry. I wish some publisher would ask me that Data's book. I don't know if I have enough energy to do that, but You know, most of them ended like a 1975 or so. But they need updating. But you could learn a lot in the last book. I really recommend to listeners by Herman Health. Well, they're reading. It will calm you down. I've never read it. I know it. I know of which you speak, but I've never actually read. Have you ever tried to read Anything By James Joyce. No, He's a little too.

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"paul hello" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on KOMO

"Paul hello a man was seriously injured in a possible road rage shooting today along I. five in federal way the suspect fled after the shooting and remains at large troopers and medics responded to the scene and found a thirty year old man along the side of the freeway with the serious gunshot wound to the torso was taken the hospital in stable but serious condition you were the one percent of thousands of Seattle protesters who got tested tested positive for coronavirus the mostly negative test results should come as a relief to many people who have participated in protests since the death of George Floyd the mayor's office has about three thousand people who attended the demonstrations have been tested so far the state health department says Colbert nineteen transmission continues to increase especially in the eastern part of the state there's a possible uptick in western Washington as well the areas of greatest concern our Benton Franklin Spokane and Yakima counties the health department believes cases and deaths in these counties will soon increase substantially of covert nineteen continues to spread at current levels in a statement governor Insley says the cases in eastern Washington are of particular concern to him he says the state is looking at some creative solutions to address the disease activity and he says we must increase testing and mask wearing a maintain physical distancing as well as target interventions for high risk populations like those in long term area facilities commoners time is five ten from the Harley exterior sports does Dave Lewis has more of our sports news the standard shipping to the hourglass for Major League Baseball with the other setting a Sunday night deadline for the latest counter proposal to the Players Association latest offer calls rate seventy two game regular season starting on July fourteenth ending on September twenty seventh players would receive seventy percent of a pro rated salary for the regular season and eighty percent of the postseason is able to be completed the proposal from the owners also includes expanded postseason with as many as eight teams in each league on the table as a fall back from the commissioner is instituting a forty five to fifty game schedule with no expanded playoffs it's been reported by numerous sources that the players will reject the seventy two game schedule offer sport the ten forty past the hour I'm Dave.

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"paul hello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Next PM Tampa Bay will cover all the links as protests continue across the country here in Florida catches newsradio WFLA back to the phones San Antonio Texas this is Paul great to have you Paul hello Hey bagatelles and mega prayers to your rush thank you Sir very much very great to talk to you so I was just listening what about your opening dialogue about the lying and just want to remind you with the Terry read comments after it was learned that the stories he had been making up about Mitt Romney so you're to pay his tax returns for ten years he was asking was getting into a car and he was asked you know why did you do that and he very quietly in front of us for this Sally ride look on his face as well it worked didn't and that's all you ever need to know about the Democratic Party period end of story well yeah I mean that's that's exactly this is what he's talking about here fox is it Harry Reid call a press conference one day and said a friend of his told him that Mitt Romney hadn't paid federal taxes in ten years the media several Hoosier front one one what is this in regards man you should be asking me you need to go ask Romney why hasn't he paid taxes in ten years so what are the media do they went all yeah and then once I start asking Romney why haven't you paid taxes in ten years Harry Reid never had any proof you never even had a friend who just said that a friend of his told him the media is off and running with it and that was just one of many lies that they were telling about Romney sh and at the end of the election because Romney loses the presidency somebody went to Harry Reid asked him you have any regrets I mean did tell us stuff that wasn't about Romney and read looked at the cameras and it worked and it here's the difference the difference is ever since then Tom is been sucking up to Harry Reid Romney has been sucking up to the Democrat party hoping for acceptance he's been part of the nevertrump crowd he's been doing everything you can to undermine trump on behalf of Democrats despite the fact I mean they told lies they tried to undercut Romney with women number that that notebook of women's resumes they distorted and tried to say that Romney's a sexist and they made up a story about when Romney was in prep school he beat up some guy with a bottle of mustard and then he put the family dog on top of the station wagon on a family vacation because he doesn't care about animals I mean it never stopped and yet here's Romney to this day hi to Sidle up to these guys and be their friends that's one thing you won't find trump doing the question is going to be and I know it's frustrating because people believe the lies a certain percentage of people believe the lies that they see if it's in the media if it's in the news they believe it if it's on television label I saw it on TV why are you saw it on CNN despite this by the American people now they were lied to repeatedly about trump Russia collusion they know because everybody knows what the mother report everybody knows that there was no old trump Russia collusion so where he is the punishment where is the American people taking it out on the media well it happens to be happening folks if you haven't noticed then you may not have because they're not making a big deal out of it their diet they're losing advertisers newspapers around the country are laying hundreds of people off the journalism business the newspaper industry is important Rupert Murdoch just had to shut down a hundred newspapers in Australia The New York Times if it weren't for digital subscriptions and the only reason they have those yes people are buying subscriptions to The New York Times for the daily dose of trump's hatred they demand that's it they are in in in business terms they are in huge trouble they are owned by multinationals and conglomerates who have the money to prop him up but American people are tuning them out in in in certain respects but they're still there they're still lying it's like Henderson corporate that that that this was this is this made me so mad isn't turned into the office is just stupid trump's out there saying two nights ago along with the Attorney General William Barr to law enforcement you have to dominate the streets law enforcement has to dominate the streets makes perfect sense law and order must dominate over people who are breaking the law and engaging in civil disorder who are setting fires and damaging private property they must be prevented that must be stopped law enforcement must dominate over on CNN you know that became with Anderson Cooper Donald Trump was telling white cops to go dominate poor black supporters of George Floyd who's the real frog as standard this was a purposeful misstatement of what the president said it was done on purpose it was egregious and outrageous it was studiously don it was purposely misconstrued in one way you can look at it as trump continues to out smart these people simply by surviving now they're gotten to the point where they literally having to make it up I gotta take a break we'll continue with more of your people on the phones when we got back to the hotel.

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"paul hello" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"End of his Dick Cavett who's on HBO last night the air the interview of Dick Cavett and Muhammad Ali it's a great interview with Russ Salzburg and Dick Cavett on the podcast get a load of this check it out today and in the meantime let's go right to this guy speaking of what Nick languidly was talking about Paul is in Staten Island good morning to you Paul hello hello buddy how about Hey I you don't it's a great way to talk to talk to you about the pleasure grow okay I'm up I'm retired homicide detectives by the twenty two year thank you our policy I'm not thank you I live in San island actually right up the street from the kettle black and I'll okay are you at I was they said it's a great place I know you do I disconnected a little walk down the block I like to dump the kid from Notre Dame Kyle McAfee Foggo's are allowed a great shooter exactly exactly well I'm not a flood New York State Assembly because I don't want to leave sat out I don't wanna leave New York I love this place so who you wanted you guys what's your last name I'm not my name wasn't enough I'm not against all school he ran unopposed last time let selection twenty AG any photos of the no case bill law so apps absolutely you got to get him out so what are you doing besides all this is a huge step obviously getting on a show like this I mean it's you could pay for this but outside of that what are you doing on sat on it to make people know who you are Paul right now I'm like really just started I'm going to start running my fund raisers I was already endorsed by Republican Party trying to get a dog by the the conservative line my district is very heavily democratic we don't want home I'm not sure how many Republican years since nineteen seventy two dole I'm getting the word out yeah I have a lot of friends out yeah it will be five years so just give us your last name again and your website Paul okay Walser C. C. R. U. R. C. I. NA okay I go to pull seceded dot com look him up posters seem to Google in Staten Island New York State Assembly Paul thank you for your service yeah Mike is in Newburgh New York good luck to you balk a might good morning to you good morning guys that deck guess you had Nick was playing with the wind Z. let me tell you that because a breath of fresh air he should be on your show every week and he should be a like a special car about for him every week at this guy we will bring them back I'm telling you you know we got a two pronged approach we gotta take either the Senate or to simply back one of the other and put a tourniquet on this craziness and then a twenty twenty two I nominate lease the phonic for governor had that did that he said that I never even occurred to me ugh yeah a least a phonics she's fantastic she made a great name for self during the impeachment hearings to talk about how specifically for governor but he did say she was one of the rising star she she could be a candidate for governor if they could persuader I mean if she yeah you know always gets tired of the swamp down there as well come up she could do something right Jim is in Brooklyn good morning to you Jim Hey the more it feels great is showing of our radio I I hate to miss a minute all said the same thing to mark Simone yesterday I heard maybe getting Jimmy I know Jim you love us we love you too Hey listen you know Donald Trump is going to get the biggest boost from the black vote that no one is even calculating I was at an American Legion meeting last night and we have great hand off more than a handful black members and all of them were so turned off by the Democrats he's getting a huge usual Blackwell yeah well the polls are indicating that is going to rise you know what's going to rise at the very least a few percentage points maybe more and it should lowest unemployed black unemployment in the history I believe at least fifty years maybe history yeah and of course all the other things that he's done the opportunities owns and the U. what he did at the state of the union the the historically black colleges and universities Alice Johnston Ellis Johnson criminal justice the retail I mean if he he's don't done a lot that they talked about it never did this president has done for the black people now Louise and Raritan New Jersey good morning to you Lois Hey I like to make a comment about my body little Mike Bloomberg the three dollar bill but if he made a statement like that to go to rats they will look a little bit on was talking about before all outrage would happen right you mean about the Irish people yeah yeah yes he said that no yeah right exactly of course yeah there there's certain select people who can you can say anything about and by the way they they they have six kids that slow snow flake types us Irish people we can take it we like a beer that's right we do not everybody a beer you can't it's about passing there you go what you can get away with it's fine it's okay we begin with a live we accept it we accept the double standard and we don't care will just toast to it the next time you you other reviews will help you know what you're really thinking it would what it does for you now it levels the playing field why is that because we get all look it up right and we give you a fighting chance because that that's alright yeah all right I don't know Jimmy Fallon takes a shot at the dems before we talk to Ron Kuby a brick Galvin coming up next the information you.

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"paul hello" Discussed on V103

V103

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on V103

"Ladies and gentlemen may I have your divided ginger please this is a Steve all the morning show live from a whole bean Giorgio OR full full free school berry yeah I spoke to finish that come on now you can just stop I'm going home where is where you see all the dock of the bay flock June the rule rule where cool see all the dock of the bay where the students I love it okay well I want to share the mood was I knew he couldn't avoid that I'm AT Paul hello Brad this is right now I don't know what that is right yeah do you know that you don't review show okay okay more of you to know that all schools should have Jim surely strawberry Hey good morning Steve you're in a good mood today full good morning good morning that was June you'll June you're all we mourn in everybody you.

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"paul hello" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I've got like not not like knocking there's like a clicking noise on the front end like on driving on the road and stuff am do you still a little bit a little bit not not a lot of time but I can feel it you know throughout ever placed ball joints and that's what I don't think it is a tire audience because they didn't look too bad but I don't know what else to but look for the phone and that I could do there's a real common problem on those cars there's a rubber grommet because that that thing has electronic power steering basically as a motor it's attached to the steering column and there's a rubber grommet that's inside of there in those wear out over time if you sit in the car just started up in just barely tapped the steering wheel left and right and see if you hear that knocking noise without even drive in it if you do it's that rubber grommet the parcel literally like a dollar and but it's a couple hours to pull it down in like I wouldn't suggest kind of doing that yourself either it's kind of a pain in the **** that party did get replaced what what was under warranty okay and it wasn't it wasn't too too long ago because without the extra large enough one of the things we had done after the steering but it's not always running different it is you know its you know you can feel it it's like jump like a ball joint kind of a thing but okay now you grab grab your sway bar link and on each side and lift up and down on it to see if you feel the clock if you do you have a bad sway bar link okay yeah yeah I know the Jack up to that I could go on you can turn the wheel full left or right and reach right behind in just grab it and Weigle the sway bar if you fill a clunk right there it's just a bad sway bar link we were like okay very good I was definitely check that thank you so much I appreciate it you're welcome thanks for calling in this could go to lying to and talk to the garden gordinier on under the hood what can we do for you today are you dog at a two thousand Chevy Silverado five point three got half a million miles on it right back in the early two thousands had old pressure problem changes turning unit still had that problem I was getting ready to change the whole Paul hello so my inform their father to the bull ring yes Sir change at all well let's take up too then the whole ring fix the problem all my love that same problem now what which room was.

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"paul hello" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For adult ing classes in college and the for that matter the capacity of colleges to meet the need if they have not they receive their adult a good initials from parents for the eighteen years preceding college years Paul in Zanesville Ohio good evening Paul hello Jim in your guest merry Christmas thank you I was I was fortunate in the fact that I had a father who was very mechanical and you know he taught me how to change a tire and and do all that kind of stuff when I want to say that your kindle store at one time I'm just a little humor into things here I was a warehouse manager for a retail store here local town for about three years and had this one guy that he didn't really book smart but he but didn't have a whole lot of common sense well one day weaves back and warehouse and I looked over knows he wouldn't only thing peace no one ever so what do you do okay he said all really cute funny thing do so with an artificial tree sitting over there on the side I said tell you what I want to go over there in trend that tree and either okay so I go about my business and allow about a half hour later I haven't fully come and get me in he comes up piece of Paul you're not gonna believe this he was coming and I went back here and there were little can't Truman that tree but gasoline was trimmed with will was very ill he he was trim it will compare cutters and cutting off the mandolinist hurry you know all March remaining the three okay oh boy I got for your lack of said merry Christmas well that merit a merry Christmas that's the that's the pretty pretty bizarre stuff I must confess that Sir it's a little hard to understand if we're we are sometimes of this whole world of ours all right to to a Todd in the climax springs Missouri next on the bull headed Joe with the doctor are through Kaiser good evening Todd good evening Jimbo good evening doctor Kaiser are you all familiar with the classrooms have been stripped strategy well I'm not that I can assure you that whether I guess is right off the audiences and so having having pose the question Rogers telus well the flower driven strategy was developed in the sixties by this dude named Richard clout word and Frances fox Piven and it was designed to overload the welfare state to up to a place the call of the crisis the whole have got a galleon dialectic problem reaction solution so in the sixties this the the social environment changed and thank goodness I was born in sixty six so it hadn't taken total effect and thank goodness I watch my kids go to school and kinda kept you know involved in in what they're learning and how did being guided and what not having said that back in the sixties cloudy Piven developed the strategy that was implemented the school but this is not by accident this is a huge conspiracy through through to increase the welfare state to appoint a crisis all right when I when I guess to comment on that do you see this as a as a part of some a deliberate action to tear down the system or or the product of of well meaning people who really don't know what they're doing probably a little of both when I was in middle school I was in a school that was funded by the Ford Foundation and an experimental process of using competency based education where students learn at their own pace the teacher was there as a facilitator rather than a the the center of the learning process and I was moving along very very fast very quickly in the ninth grade I was taking all my classes at the community college and moving to what these called learning activity packages my father lived to one of my papers and said are you are literate mia at school and put me into a very conservative private institution luckily we were able to afford it but the the fact is there have been so many different and radical approaches to trying to teach students trying to save money trying to satisfying certain political agenda that yeah many times our students are caught in the middle and I think we fail them because we really don't know the answer except for the fact that I believe in again this is the way we've done our the university is that education is a disciplined it is a process in which you have to want to learn students who come to our school want to be there we they are required to be there every day they're required to act professionally and consequently we have one of the highest graduation rates in the state of Florida we'll go back we'll learn some more about the Kaiser university and to take your calls at one eight six six five oh Jimbo in a moment.

"paul hello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of the two suspects involved in Thursday's jewelry store robbery in chase have been revealed the FBI his name forty one year old Lamar Alexander and Jerome hill of Miami Dade County both men have large criminal backgrounds including grand theft and robbery and hard rock international is helping casino goers manager gambling to prevent any problems before they even begin the player's edge program is the first in the U. S. to plain education strategy to help gamblers understand the games and the risks are the games work what kind of player and mine what kind of a budget right that and how should I know that maybe my play is getting to be a bit too much and maybe there's some risk and what can I do if I maybe need some help spokesman Paul hello sorry says the also teach casino etiquette and the roof of a store Florida churches collapsed the ninety four year old black bottom house of prayer suffer the damage Thursday morning but no one was injured well Florida's news I'm Sean fan from the floor the central credit union home loans traffic center both directions of five four are struggling with heavy traffic between highway five seventy nine of the Macintosh road exit a crash is located about halfway between those exits and it's in the medium so both directions are struggling to get a peek at what's going on there also west bound by fours moving slow from the summit connector into two seventy five southbound on two seventy five between bush Boulevard and the floor brass get exit there have been delays going on with the craft it's now moving out of the left lane Steve foster newsradio WFLA see traffic problems call the injury firm of Abraham sending you to where traffic tip line Hillsborough eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five pretty average.

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"paul hello" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"paul hello" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Hello Hey Paul hello yeah Hey I look to focus in focusing specifically on this question at hand whether or not religious exemption should be allowed I think it's a it's a no brainer there's a constitutional sale because the aborted human feel cells are contained in all the major shots that's polio measles mumps rubella chicken pox hepatitis rabies and shingles has been going on since the sixties because the aborted baby souls are just so perfect as a growth medium for viruses one one baby can produce twenty million metric tons of cells that can be frozen and used by the drug companies to create these vaccinations and nobody very few people really notice because the labeling says deployed sells the I. P. L. O. U. D. and all it means is that the nucleus of the cell has two complete sets of chromosomes one from each of the parents of the aborted baby so constitutional you can't force somebody to inject boarded baby fetal cells into their kids it's ludicrous what do you think I think you could I mean I think we do already bait it's not that we for some but you you have some I don't what ninety nine percent of the state's population is vaccinated currently I since they don't know what they they wouldn't do it if they knew what I just told you you know I think they would I think they were doing because you don't want polio or you don't want to play I mean whatever your views on abortion are and whether you know whatever percentage of that is any tracks even whether it's in every vaccine or not we can go over this but the reality is we do know in some cases Paul that these are the things that not only prevent you from getting sick but could save you so that's why people would take him right is is is what we know or is it what we've been told if you don't really if you look at the fact that there are no studies on the safety and efficacy of these it's actually shocking the government is breaking its own rules the government is required to go over these vaccinations he checked them and see are they safe and are they effective your your first caller he did not get the mida right on the button when he said in nineteen eighty six that law was passed that completely protected these drug companies from vaccine suits and the special vaccine court was instituted and what known with very few people knows it over four billion dollars has been paid out the parents who who are the parents of dead children because that's pretty much what you have to go in there and prove football I mean do you think the doctors are prescribing or are giving you things that they know to be false but they're doing it because they're in bed with the drug companies do you think every dollar is doing that well I'm looking at history and I see what happens with the opioid epidemic could mean you could ask the same question what a doctor prescribe opiates in cases where maybe that portion could could get by without using opiates and I that is good because but I don't think it's going on on a mass scale Paul I do think there are some doctors that are doing that I do think there is no doubt that there are doctors that are prescription happy and just throw whatever we got what do you want to numb at all not many here have some moxie and they don't think through what that means and whether people should really be taken out for to say Kerr nodded center it's Eric I I do think that's true Paul but I don't think any doctors like just given this this thing that supposedly keeps them from getting moms who cares if it does or doesn't we got to keep the drug companies happy I don't think doctors are doing that I think they believe that this is going to protect you for months and the reason why they believe that is because nobody gets months after they get the shot that's the thing I just I clarify something real quick is really important I apologize the feel sells he's talking about okay the our lab grown the original fetal cells are from the sixties well he's not going to believe that you will not mean fair enough we go down this but that's the thing so you're you're gonna run into that road block and you can you can preach all day he's not gonna believe you that's what they're telling you Dave is what he would say but he's not gonna he's not gonna fall for nine seven aids is B. B. I'm with you I'm fifty when I was a little kid I was mandatory to be vaccinated get in school and my one I kids were in school is mandatory to be vaccinated it's got to be that way otherwise diseases are going to run rampant I looked that that's our school of thought the other school is that you don't want the government forcing you to do something the government wants to encourage you to do it fine but do you want them forcing you to do what you can see where it might be a slippery slope but I'm just telling you within the context of mumps measles rubella whooping cough black plague what you tell me the disease and tell me where we get to where you go all see now I'm going to roll the dice so far I have a name one that I want to I want to roll the dice on I don't Bob's in New Hampshire Bob you're next on RKO baby couple quick points first of all if you want your call toll to go any specific way just we've always wanted to look at it the other way was the weight from thanks and everybody will blow you away hello this level will yes capital punishment into they lose somebody in the family closer than the milk or cream thing with the vaccine I'm so glad you're choosing to the vaccine and if he could have but you know what not everybody so what B. B. soul until something happens to one of your your movie you want to say that it's good or bad to somebody you know thank god you're safe with it but sometimes it does will be at least two kids in seven the last thing trust the government with anything look I that that's a fair point Bob and normally I go to that however who's to say whether it's safer not again I'm going to keep beating this did you haven't seen anybody body with polio lately the reason is not getting vaccinated yeah and you know what when you're when you're to divest maybe they're not gonna catch them schools so we just want to get the ticket for me that's on them you're not going to get your kids vaccinated against the state yes good okay but there's a number of issues that you would have one is is we continue to do this public health stuff well guess who's paying for these people when they don't get vaccinated and then they get sick that's number one okay but I'm I look at that's not my biggest argument at all my bigger argument is that if you bring back these things they may not come back to the way they were they may come back bigger better stronger it's the six million dollar virus because we this happened before where things more in things change and they start to develop an immunity to the vaccine and the next thing you know is you have a new version of polio that we aren't equipped to deal with that's what I don't want to see and that's what makes me nervous again it'll it it's all risk reward for me the risk is there is a there is a small amount of the population that may may have this have an adverse in severely adverse consequences to getting a vaccine that number is so much smaller than the number is going to be if people start to in mass not get vaccinated and we're seeing it you see it now I just told you there's over twelve hundred cases of measles this year in the country that can't just be random it's a twenty five year high it coincides with this anti backs movement does it not and so that's why I am stridently pro VAX and I'm not for a religious exemption because I've never had the religious exemption fully explain to me Paul tried to tell you it was because of aborted fetuses that are being used in these things okay but I I don't buy that and I don't believe that there's there's a tiny part of an aborted fetus in every vaccine I just refuse to believe that and that's why that's crazy so I'm not I that's wild I don't know that binary died that theory is what I'm saying I don't believe that so six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty more calls in a second should we do away with the religious vaccine exemption is maybe you're in a middling RKO all jammed.

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How climate change risk is showing up in real estate

Climate Cast

04:42 min | 3 years ago

How climate change risk is showing up in real estate

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing, clean energy initiatives, and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs, Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. Climate change risk showing up in real estate. I'm MPR chief meteorologist Paul Hefner. This is climate cast. The concept is pretty simple. Rising seas higher storm surges and unprecedented, flooding adds up to more risk for trillions of dollars in real estate. So now big real estate investment firms are calculating climate risk on property portfolios. Ed, Walter is global CEO with urban land institute. I think they're looking at the full gamut of what you see in the news on a regular basis. So one, they're looking at the impact of rising seas to they're looking at the impact of extreme heat and other markets. And lastly, you're looking at the impact of rising, it's a major storm events. So how does or will climate change risk be priced into current and future real estate, the challenge with this issue is that you can see in the long run that changes are coming to a variety of markets and something will ultimately need to be done to protect the real estate in those markets. And so as they're trying to assess. Yes that you have to both examine, what is the anticipated risk within an anticipated timeframe. And then what are the measures that are going to be required to protect against that as a real estate investor? Those dollars alternately whether they show up and investments in the building or higher tax rates within the city, the impact of those expenses, will ultimately affect the value of the building. What's the biggest message you think people should know about climate risk going forward? I think it's hard to dispute that we aren't seeing an increase in sea levels, and an increase in storm events and an increase in extreme heat. And so without getting caught up in the politics of debating climate change. I think the reality is, is cities need to be thoughtful and building owners need to be thoughtful about how to protect themselves against those three threats and so being smart and proactive about developing solutions where you can enhancing protections where you can. And developing where you should is really the best protection for any city against any real estate owner against those types of issues, and Walter global CEO with the urban land institute. Thanks so much for your perspective today graduates. Great to have a chance to talk with you. Paul hello. My name is Julie Marquel. I'm from Saint Paul Minnesota, Mike, climate story is about summer spent with my family up at Leech lake Minnesota. The storm. We had been watching build in the skies across the lake had reached our shore, wildfire foot waves crashed onto the beach reaching up to the treeline smoothing, the sand with each departure, the air, smelled of rain, fish and lake water, dark, clouds and shades of gray and blue hanging low in the sky, I watched as my young sons and nephew raced up and down the beach screeching and delight as they jumped to avoid the NextWave. This is a place of family history. A rustic camp compound, my parents had created for our family. When I was very young, where he would spend a month every summer living off the grid tents were shelters meals, all cooked outdoors on a raised. Her rooms were carved out of the Greenwood's with trees and sky as our ceiling, so many amazing experiences campfires. Storytelling in songs star field skies Northern Lights from horizon to zenith long lazy days swimming reading exploring the woods building forts and sand castles, we were visited by FOX bears. Skunks raccoons and owls in a life list of birds. I assume that this was a world that as it was would also belong to my children and their children. That will not be the vegetation, will change the cold clear lake will warm climate change is a reality. I pass on to the next generation. I stay hopeful engaged and committed to imagining a better world. That's climate cast with thanks to climate generations talk climate institute. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hutton. Her.

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Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

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02:24 min | 5 years ago

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

"The wicket uncles surprise by a nica paul hello this is rigid and i'm here with a scholtz but very sweet winning story in a wicked uncle story writing competition this is what anita wrote to us de story noory all i have ever once it was to win a writing competition i try very hard every year i really think that this is my year i am seven i really want to win you would be making my dream come true but i know that you must pick the best story so hopefully yours

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

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02:18 min | 5 years ago

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

"The wicket uncles surprise by a nica paul hello this is rigid and i'm here with a scholtz but very sweet winning story in a wicked uncle story writing competition this is what anita wrote to us de story noory all i have ever once it was to win a writing competition i try very hard every year i really think that this is my year i am seven i really want to win you would be making my dream come true but i know that you must pick the best story so hopefully yours

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Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

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02:18 min | 5 years ago

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

"The wicket uncles surprise by a nica paul hello this is rigid and i'm here with a scholtz but very sweet winning story in a wicked uncle story writing competition this is what anita wrote to us de story noory all i have ever once it was to win a writing competition i try very hard every year i really think that this is my year i am seven i really want to win you would be making my dream come true but i know that you must pick the best story so hopefully yours

World War Cambridge University Europe Kony William Shakespeare Rupert Brooke Richard Rupert Brook