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"peter clarke" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

07:41 min | 3 d ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"I just got this text from Mary in Yarrow Wanger. Oh, Mary J P. I wholeheartedly agree that Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street for great saxophone. Every time I hear it, I'm transported back to 1978 when I started my nursing training at the Alfred Hospital. On those doc win. Tonight's tucked away studying in our little rooms. It was always on the radio. Isn't it? Wonderful? How powerful music can be Mary, you sit tight, because that was enough to get Baker Street over the line for me this afternoon. I'm going to make space. For five minutes and 43 seconds for you to go back to those dark winter nights where you were studying to be a nurse until whatever else In fact, when we play it, I want to find out where you transported when you hear that song. Wait till it happens. Text me through feverishly at 18 minutes past two o'clock, you watching to ABC, Radio Melbourne and Victoria. He would just into Parsons. So nice to have your company. I've just been told that it isn't gray in heels feel, says Jeff Cooper and heels while he's saying not so grand, gloomy in downtown heels for beautiful blue sky there I thought we were going me across the board. Apologies. A 20 minutes past two o'clock. What is the Army Group eighties A group If you're over 50 years of age, and you are a person who identifies as male This is probably a group. You're going to be interested to find out about to join us to give us a bit of insight into what happens. Kin the Castor McMaster, you're not mad. Castor Kin McMaster and Peter Clarke are joining us this afternoon. Good afternoon, Ken and Peter Good afternoon. Run. Just send us I did. No, totally. I did the thing where I say Hello T both at the same time while you're on the phone, and it makes it very hard to work out who's supposed to speak first, But you've done a very good job. Let's kick off with you, Ken. Tell us just give us a broad kind of brush stroke about what the Omni group is all about. Only started in yourself Wiles on an attempt to give him Support two chaps who are entering into You're entering into retirement in having listed jobs that kept on fully occupied for a lot of guys. It's a pretty unsettling period. And it is only was which stands for. Incidentally, all the men new ideas. And it was proposed to help and guide them through this office support. Your mother go inside, have already maybe experienced that big step taken and to take. It is quite a big one. And you need to have experienced sister fully approached idea work. So involved that step can be. I think it is such a great thing that you're talking about it in a group but also with us this afternoon because we don't talk about it enough that Massive shift that happens to an identity when it has been deeply involved in work for such a long time. Peter Clarke, what was your introduction to the Omni Group? J. P. It was quite actually was a bad time of my life. I was pretty sick of the time and also I've been retired for five years and done all those things post retirement, you know. On the painting from the Roses 16 times inside all these grand ideas like Well then Yeah, my dear Watson. They did. They said that in the type of something called on me, why don't you have a look at it? I think I was getting under good faith a bit in the kitchen and telling you how to organize herself. So She said. Okay, let's get down there and have a look. So I went down and there was a new group study. So by the way they were 25 groups. In in and around Durban and country, Victoria And some more in New South Wales. But my introduction was to a new group and it was an immediate, you know, Camera artery Great wants. And I got right into it because it's AH group where you can talk, frankly. And you know that is confidential, and you can trust the men around you so that that produces a fascinating environment. Not one that you can get very often. You know, you go to dinner parties, But then I don't know. You've got to be a little bit clear. You gotta be found at a dinner party. You know, You can't really say it. How it is most of the time. Well, sure, who wants to know about your problems with the dinner party? You're not. Yeah, but Yeah, but I'm not. I'm not pretending that on these, You know, all serious stuff. We have a lot of laughs as well. That Z. I find that to such a wonderful thing paid a that you did because taking that step sometimes when you are feeling like, gosh, where are my at, you know into a group can be confronting Was it had to front up to that first one? Well for me. It wasn't because alone it was a new group. So everybody was new, right? But the chapter was leaving. It told me later he been introduced to harmony some years before I took him 12 months to pluck up the courage. Yeah, Hey, went to one, and he found it quite overwhelming because of all these people who haven't seen before. S o. He said, Hmm. Maybe not. Maybe not so went away. I thought about it eventually came back. And he's been a star in the only organization starting new groups and so on. S so you know, I live out in the bush but in Milinovic you know where that is northeast of Morgan. Nothing's Melvin 30 case out in the bush. And in element with me, I got what's for groups form the groups in non Dick and We will see on So it's a really great movement for blacks, and you know, it's funny thing. Joe Pitt the conversations And the way that we talk to each other is strangely sort of different, too, when the girls are around. I haven't yet quite worked out why that is, But I think you know, I'm sorry, girls, but I think the boats could be a little bit more. Honest and vulnerable. Um, when it's just them well, I think you're right. I think a lot of people would reflect on that. Being the case when we're with a gender group can sort of facilitate different sorts of conversations that we can't always have. Otherwise can a little soldier overlays in families. You know, you've got a responsibility in history and sensitivities and all that. Was with the guards. You know that They're blokes. We know it's confidential. It's charter House rules rules. What What happens in the room stays in New York? Yeah. Very important. Just frees you up. You know, it's terrific. Ken McMaster joins us a swell we're talking about Omni owe him full colon and I, It stands for Alderman..

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"peter clarke" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:12 min | Last month

"peter clarke" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We're not going to get to the threshold that we need for protection where we can really, truly let down our guard and do it in this state. Fashion. We're not going to get there unless the Children and the adolescents are vaccinated. A man from Moody is dead after a three vehicle crash on Interstate 20 Street troopers say Claudio Mansilla was hit from behind and pushed into the rear of another vehicle pronounced dead on the scene. Jefferson County Judge Tracy Todd is off the bench suspended amid allegations she abused her power. I mean, Jean Orville and more of Alabama's morning news is on the way. And now here's J T. Thank you so much, Angie. I appreciate that is a 34 Alabama's morning news. Well, this is Something you need to be concerned about. If you're gonna be traveling soon here, Yes, it is being alleged that an American man might spend three years in prison and Dubai. After smoking marijuana in Las Vegas. Yep. Attorney for this man. His name is Peter Clarke says he came to Dubai days after he he consumed pot and Las Vegas was admitted to the hospital. For pancreatitis Well during this incident there and Dubai Doctors found hashish in his urine and reported it to the authorities and it's considered to be possession in the United Arab Emirates. He was arrested. Wow held in cell and now awaits his fate in a hotel room. Peter Clarke says he brought no drugs to Dubai and never took her bought drugs while he was there. Well, you're legally smoke it. Back here in the states and go to a country where they don't like it. Laws are different in these foreign countries. Yeah, You might want to be thinking about that before you jump on a plane and head to some of these countries and know what their laws are all about. And if it pops up in your blood system, and they find it for some reason like this Could you be in trouble? Apparently So in Dubai, he's looking at what? Maybe three years now in prison. 12 my gosh, Speaking of traveling Here's some tips for your former hotel worker sharing a few secrets that you may not know about. Listen, also tells don't watch the comforters. So before you go bundle yourself.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:22 min | 2 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Be there. Forget Spike Lee. I wanna be there. Well, we never got because he has. Well, you deserve to be there, too. But the the game in the moment in the atmosphere demands a Spike Lee apparent through, so let's just find a way to get him in the building during those games, If, in fact that happened, he's my Med Cafe for infants Simmons on Freddie Coleman and Freddie and Fitz Simmons on ESPN radio. The ESPN happens exceptional 80. Guarantee that this guy will be your new favorite singer after you hear this story now, this man who Charmaine nameless Peter Clarke. He hosts a weekly concert from a stoop in Brooklyn Heights, New York. Despite the hum of garbage trucks. Car horns and, of course, the occasional drill. He puts on one of the most unique live shows in Brooklyn. He's an opera singer and musical theater performer. He first went out to sing in his buildings Garden last May. It was the same night he was said to make his debut of the Tri Cities Opera in a production of little like music and was postponed due to the A pandemic. He said he didn't want to jump into a pity party, Myron, a neighbor incursion to join the seven PM cheer to celebrate the city's health care workers He brought down his speaker started singing a song from Carmen and ever since then. He has performed 154 alfresco concerts. Wow. That's amazing. That's it. That's one of the feel good stories. We need absolute in a year like this for sure. That's amazing. By the way he did 100 roll took a break because one of the rest his voice anything 54 in a row. Ever since people have been, they said you had their barking dogs in the background of the zoom calls, one of his neighbors said. She says I have the Metropolitan Opera courtesy. Peter King. It's also he is my new favorite singer. By the way, you want to check him out of Brooklyn Heights. He doesn't show every Wednesday. 5 P.m., and if it rains, it's every Friday at 1 29 Hicks Street in Brooklyn, New York, I'm not making that up. This is his address way has a performance each and every Was they might have a great weekend. Brother was good to see you, my friend. You, too, man. Sports it all night comes your way. Next time I met Katherine Freddie Coleman. This has been Freddie and Fitz Simmons on the mighty ESPN radio. Take care. God Bless and Mary. We're.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Spike connected to the holiday based on past holidays like Memorial Day and Labor Day, and this current wave is already devastating without the added boost from the holiday on average, nearly 1500 people in the US are dying of covert 19 every day. And it's hard to fathom how it could get worse, but that's the direction things are headed. And of course, there was a public backlash in many places against warnings that were made just before the holiday and backlash against additional restrictions. Tell us more about what health officials are saying. Right. The messaging from officials really hammered home the dangers of small household gatherings. And we know that gathering endorses risky. It stands to reason that if eating with friends at your house is too risky to be allowed into our dining at restaurants shouldn't be allowed either. But Lindsay Wiley, a health law professor at American University, says consistency has been missing. In some orders being put out by officials. Rhode Island specifically says that you cannot have any gathering of any size even outdoors. Unless you have a caterer. If you hire professional cater, you can have up to 25 indoors or 75 outdoors. The difference, of course, is that one is restricting businesses that are struggling in the pandemic, and the other is not. But that kind of logical inconsistency can really erode public trust. Because then these rules seem arbitrary. Some governors widely mentioned her governor in Maryland, Larry Hogan, have been forthright that the reason for not targeting businesses is that there's no money to help them out because of the congressional stalemate over covert relief, and that's a real problem. The Supreme Court. Uh, major decision this week tossed out New York state's restrictions on religious Catherine's right. The Supreme Court waited into this issue this week. In a big way, Things has been a hot issue because of religious freedom protections on the one hand and evidence that religious gatherings have contributed to outbreaks. So this case had to do with attendance restrictions for religious gatherings and hot spots. In New York, the Supreme Court ruled against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Wiley says This decision goes against lots of lower court decisions and is going to change how state and local governments craft their restriction orders. Some justices of the Supreme Court explicitly have said that states cannot impose tighter restrictions on churches and synagogues than they do. On grocery stores. So wily predicts the public health messaging about small gatherings is going to continue after Thanksgiving because then they're going to be the same issues with Hanukkah and Christmas going forward. NPR health reporter Selena Simmons Duffin Thanks so much. Thank you. William Butler. Yates wrote the second coming just over 100. Years ago, The world seemed on the verge, perhaps like now, perhaps like many years. Losses of World War one. We're still overwhelming when millions more began to die in the waves of a flu pandemic, which infected his wife, Georgie Hyde Lees while she was pregnant. He and their child would survive. He ate. His poem was published in November. 1920 over the centuries since, perhaps no poem has been more invoked for vexing times to convey And he ate his own incomparable words that Things full of hurt. The center cannot hold. Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world. The blood dimmed tide is loosed. And everywhere. The ceremony of innocents is drowned. The best lack all conviction while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. Which scarcely call the second coming the holiday poem, but it makes you feel that a page of history is about to flip. When epoch is about to give birth to another. What kind of times will be wrought from a world where the worst are full of passionate intensity? Yates asks. And what rough beast its hour come at last slouches towards Bethlehem to be born. Over the past century. Joan Didion Jin, You watch a bay Lou read Stephen King and scores of other writers and artists have taken phrases from Yates's poem, his lines and titles in their own works. It is Roy Peter Clarke, senior scholar at the Poynter Institute notes in an elegant recent post. History must also note that William Butler Yates became enamored of nationalist authoritarians movements, including fascism. He said, admiring things about Mussolini in eugenics. He wrote a few anthems for the blue shirts and Irish fascist group. When we read, recite or fire our minds with Yates his poem do we somehow Condoned the devastating ideas which he came to favor? What works. Do we choose to keep her discard as we reconsider our history and art? And patch it. The novelist and memoir is told us this week that If we applied, today's morals to dead artists and history would be fairly scrubbed of art. The question to ask, she said, is, does this poem still speak to people? He hates passes the test. Continually means something new, because that's what great art does. It has reinvented, re energized. The person who reads it..

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It is Roy Peter Clarke, senior scholar at the Poynter Institute notes in an elegant recent post. History must also note that William Butler Yates became enamored of nationalist authoritarians movements, including fascism. He said, admiring things about Mussolini in eugenics. He wrote a few anthems for the blue shirts and Irish fascist group. When we read, recite or fire our minds with Yates his poem do we somehow Condoned the devastating ideas which he came to favor? What works. Do we choose to keep her discard as we reconsider our history and art and Patrick, The novelist and memories told us this week that If we applied, today's morals to dead artists and history would be fairly scrubbed of art. The question to ask, she said, is, does this poem still speak to people? Yates passes the test. It continually means something new, because that's what great art does. It has reinvented, re energized. The person who reads it. What we make of Yates. His poem a century later, is like the history ahead, waiting to be made. It's up to us. You're listening to NPR news. Support for KQED comes from good eggs, delivering groceries to more zip codes than ever in the Bay Area with safety practices more information, including expanded delivery area. Good eggs dot com. Absurdly fresh groceries delivered..

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"US are dying of covert 19 every day, and it's hard to fathom how it could get worse, but that's the direction things airheaded. And of course, there was a public backlash in many places against mornings that were made just before the holiday and backlash against additional restrictions. Tell us more about what health officials are saying. Right. The messaging from officials really hammered home the dangers of small household gatherings. And we know that gathering endorses risky. It stands to reason that if eating with friends at your house is too risky to be allowed into our dining at restaurants shouldn't be allowed either. But Lindsay Wiley, a health law professor at American University, says consistency has been missing. In some orders being put out by officials. Rhode Island specifically says that you cannot have any gathering of any size even outdoors. Unless you have a caterer. If you hire professional cater, you could have up to 25 indoors or 75 outdoors. The difference, of course, is that one is restricting businesses that are struggling in the pandemic, and the other is not. But that kind of logical inconsistency can really erode public trust. Because then these rules seem arbitrary. Some governors widely mentioned her governor in Maryland, Larry Hogan, have been forthright that the reason for not targeting businesses is that there's no money to help them out because of the congressional stalemate over covert relief, and that's a real problem. The Supreme Court. Uh, major decision this week tossed out New York state's restrictions on religious gatherings right. The Supreme Court waited into this issue this week. In a big way. This'll has been a hot issue because of religious freedom protections on the one hand and evidence that religious gatherings have contributed to outbreaks. So this case had to do with attendance restrictions for religious gatherings and hot spots. In New York, the Supreme Court ruled against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Wiley says This decision goes against lots of lower court decisions and is going to change how state and local governments craft their restriction orders. Some justices of the Supreme Court explicitly have said that states cannot impose tighter restrictions on churches and synagogues than they do. On grocery stores. So wily predicts the public health messaging about small gatherings is going to continue after Thanksgiving because then they're going to be the same issues with Hanukkah and Christmas going forward. NPR health reporter Selena Simmons Duffin Thanks so much. Thank you. William Butler. Yates wrote the second coming just over 100. Years ago, The world seemed on the verge, perhaps like now, perhaps like many years. The losses of World War one. We're still overwhelming when millions more began to die in the waves of a flu pandemic, which infected his wife, Georgie Hyde Lees while she was pregnant. He and their child would survive. He ate. His poem was published in November. 1920 over the century, since perhaps no poem has been more invoked for vexing times to convey in Yates his own incomparable words, that Things fall apart, the center cannot hold mere anarchy is loosed upon the world. The blood dimmed tide is loosed. And everywhere. The ceremony of innocents is drowned the best, like all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. Which scarcely call the second coming the holiday poem, but it makes you feel that a page of history is about to flip. When epic is about to give birth to another. What kind of times will be wrought from a world where the worst are full of passionate intensity? Yates asks. And what rough beast its hour come at last slouches towards Bethlehem to be born. Over the past century. Joan Didion Jin, You watch a bay Lou read Stephen King and scores of other writers and artists have taken phrases from Yates, his poem his lines and titles in their own works. It is Roy Peter Clarke, senior scholar at the Poynter Institute notes in an elegant recent post. History must also note that William Butler Yates became enamored of nationalist authoritarians movements, including fascism. He said, admiring things about Mussolini in eugenics. He wrote a few anthems for the blue shirts and Irish fascist group. When we read, recite or fire our minds with Yates his poem do we somehow Condoned the devastating ideas which he came to favor? What works. Do we choose to keep her discard as we reconsider our history and art and Patrick, The novelist and memories told us this week that If we applied, today's morals to dead artists and history would be fairly scrubbed of art. The question to ask, she said, is, does this poem still speak to people He hates passes the test. Continually means something new, because that's what great art does. It is reinvented, re energized. The person who reads it. We make a VHS form a century later, is like the history ahead, waiting to be made. It's up to us..

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"peter clarke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Butler. Yates wrote the second coming just over 100 years ago, when the world seemed on the verge, perhaps like now, perhaps like many years. Losses of World War one. We're still overwhelming when millions more began to die in the waves of a flu pandemic, which infected his wife, Georgie Hyde Lees while she was pregnant. She and their child would survive. He ate. His poem was published in November. 1920 over the century, since perhaps no poem has been more invoked for vexing times to convey in Yates his own incomparable words, that Things fall apart, the center cannot hold mere anarchy is loosed upon the world. The blood dimmed tide is loosed. And everywhere. The ceremony of innocents is drowned the best, like all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. Which scarcely call the second coming the holiday poem, but it makes you feel that a page of history is about to flip. When epic is about to give birth to another. What kind of times will be wrought from a world where the worst are full of passionate intensity? Yates asks. And what rough beast its hour come at last slouches towards Bethlehem to be born. Over the past century. Joan Didion Chin you watch a bay, Lou read Stephen King and scores of other writers and artists have taken phrases from Yates's poem is lines and titles in their own works. It is Roy Peter Clarke, senior scholar at the Poynter Institute. Notes in an elegant recent post history must also note that William Butler Yates became enamored of nationalist authoritarian movements, including fascism. He said, admiring things about Mussolini in eugenics. He wrote a few anthems for the blue shirts and Irish fascist group. When we read, recite or fire our minds with Yates his poem do we somehow Condoned the devastating ideas which he came to favor? What works. Do we choose to keep her discard as we reconsider our history and art? And Patrick, The novelist and memories told us this week that If we applied, today's morals to dead artists and history would be fairly scrubbed of art. The question to ask, she said, is, does this poem still speak to people? Yates passes the test. Continually means something new, because that's what great art does. It has reinvented, re energized. The person who reads it. We make a VHS.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And Labour Day might be a blur, but not for 77 year old veteran Peter Clarke of Bow, New Hampshire. That's him night after night with his trumpet in his driveway, playing taps to let people know veterans make a difference. And to remember his wife who passed away three years ago so glad What I did. Touch souls in mind to Clark says he's amazed so many people showed up for the 100 nights. His trumpet, wailed Derek Dennis ABC News. I am not surprised how many people showed up each night to listen to that. As a teenager. I used to serve his country even at 77 years old, and it is nice to be reminded of the veterans who live among us and in our neighborhoods. Indeed, Katie our news time is 7 36. Update traffic now and on this Tuesday morning, just a few things getting in the way detoured and I'll tell you what is getting in the way live in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Just in the last couple minutes, A few brake lights have started getting in the way up in the North Valley on the 101 Freeway eastbound approaching Cave Creek. There's about a one mile stretch of minor light flowing south bound 17. You're still getting a couple of extra minutes approaching Central Avenue due to the bridge reconstruction. And now the Eastbound from 51st Avenue into the deck, park tunnel, minor lights low and go starting to develop for you as well. Also, if your ex north bound on the one who won all three erect in the clearing stages ofthe righted Indian school stuff out, won a one on the team, a freeway at Cactus, a stalled vehicle blocking the H O. V. Lane to service three wrecks 35th Avenue and Osborne and Shea Boulevard west of 136 3. Traffic report brought to you by sort of propane er's. If you want the house that your neighbors are gonna be jealous up, then you need certain painters schedule your free estimate. Today. It's sort of pro dot com teacher named Jamie just said she's looking at your sweaters and boots and maybe not right away. But it's it's getting closer, mostly sunny and windy today with a high of 101. Tonight. Clear the low 70. Then Here's what you got on Wednesday Sunny skies 92.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Traffic every six minutes in the morning on Arizona's morning news and detoured and beach is going to do that right now Live in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. Thank you. Jeff has been kind of a short list of trouble once we got into our group, and the freeway's really hasn't had a lot of it. But this report we do have a stall that's blocking 101 Team A freeway at Cactus H O V Lane blocked right there in the H O V lane at cactus Stay right restriction. North bound, one of one of the Alfreda. You've got a record Indian school that remains off right? And then the rest of this is about the service Street rats 35th Avenue and Osborne, 91st Avenue and Olive and Shea Boulevard west of 136 Straight injury crash reported there this traffic report. It is brought to you by break Master, You can schedule an appointment Book of the same day online at break masters dot com Break masters, Your complete automotive care specialist break masters will give you an honest break. Return and Katie are news a blustery day today in Phoenix with a high of 101, But the nineties are coming back. Expect highs to stick below the triple digits through Friday lows in the seventies before a slight warm up this weekend. I'm ABC 15 Megan Thompson. I keep buying my sweaters and boots in the closet thinking soon soon. At 7 33. It is 85 degrees in Goodyear Theeighty a our eyes on the economy. The US census, his named Phoenix, the fastest growing city in the country. Among the top 10 construction markets. Phoenix is the only city where construction expenditures increased during the pandemic. Mayor keep, Diego says Despite recent hardships The city of Phoenix remains attractive for both builders and businesses have. Phoenix currently has 18 cranes in downtown Phoenix, so the skyline is changing and growing residential Area's Aaron the making alongside hotels, office complexes as well as expansions for Maia's You Allie. Vietnam News. Four Arizona airports are splitting $31.1 million in federal Department of Transportation Grant Sky Harbor gets 21.7 million of that for reconstruction of the apron. That's where the airplanes Park Press Kit and Winslow Lindbergh regional airports are sharing nearly $9 million for taxiway Reconstruction and Ryan Field Airport in Tucson gets the rest for new weather reporting equipment. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao says the money will get people back to work during the pandemic. Peter same or Katie our news tens of thousands of airline employees expected to lose their jobs next month. A lot of people are wondering if airlines will ever recover from the pandemic. Valley economist Jim Round says is difficult for that industry to self correct, but if something were to collapse, I'm sure the government would step in because it's part of our commerce Jane, you know, distributing products, allowing people to move from one place to another. American Airlines plans to furlough or lay off 19,000 employees next month. A musical tribute night after night, all summer long from a veteran with a message for many of us the stretch between Memorial Day and Labour Day might be a blur, but not for 77 year old veteran Peter Clarke of Bow, New Hampshire. That's him night after night with his trumpet in his driveway, playing taps to let people know veterans make a difference. And to remember his wife who passed away three years ago so glad.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Just text the word law for 11 92 3 that law for 11 92 3. One more day of triple digits and then the nineties are here for the rest of the work week. Today expect a high round 101 with winds picking up will drop overnight into the seventies for a low with a high of 92 on Wednesday. I'm ABC 15 Megan Thompson while do you hear that seventies for a low wins? Last time we saw that right at 6 33. It's 82 degrees in Chandler, Theo a our eyes on the economy. 18 cranes can be seen in the skyline of downtown Phoenix. Smear cake, Diego tells Katie are there are businesses flocking here? Offices are being built housing much more looks like the factors that made Phoenix such an attractive city before the pandemic continue to work to our benefit, the US Census says announced Phoenix remains the fastest growing city in the country. Transportation Department is splitting $31.1 million among four Arizona airports. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao says the money will get communities backto work during the pandemic. Sky Harbor will get $21.7 Million for reconstruction of the apron where the airplanes park Prescott and Winslow Lindbergh regional airports are sharing nearly $9 million for taxiway reconstruction. And Ryan Field Airport in Tucson gets the rest for new weather reporting equipment, Peter same or Katie. Our news. The future of the airline industry looks a little bleak, with mass layoffs and furloughs looming, but a valley economists see some light at the end of the tunnel. Right now, the airlines are getting impacted on to end. One is fewer business travelers and the other, you know fewer vacationers. Jim Rounds with rounds Consulting tells her that will eventually turn around, although it might take a couple of years, But things may never look the same postcode just like we saw a difference in the type of house Sing that people demanded after the great recession. Sometimes things are so bad that it changes people's preferences, and this is another one of them. In the meantime, over 30,000 employees of United and American Airlines are bracing to get either furloughed or laid off next month unless the feds come through with more financial help. Jeremy Foster a musical tribute night after night, all summer long from a veteran with a message for many of us the stretch between Memorial Day and Labour Day might be a blur, but not for 77 year old. Shirin Peter Clarke of Bow, New Hampshire. That's.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:15 min | 8 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Winds picking up across Arizona with a red flag warning going into effect. Gusts could reach 30 MPH expected high around 101 today, but tonight will drop to 70 for cooler morning Tomorrow. I'm ABC 15 Megan Thompson and at 5 33. It is 84 degrees in Apache Junction. Eyes on the economy of the US Census has named Phoenix, the fastest growing city in the country. Among the top 10 construction markets. Phoenix is the only A city where construction expenditures increased during the pandemic, Mayor Kate Diego says. Despite recent hardships, the city of Phoenix remains attractive for both builders and businesses they have. Phoenix currently has 18 cranes in downtown Phoenix. So the skyline is changing and growing residential areas Aaron the making alongside hotels, office complexes, as well as expansions from a issue Hallie. Better news for Arizona airports are splitting $31.1 million in federal Department of Transportation Grant Sky Harbor gets 21.7 Million of that for reconstruction of the apron. That's where the airplanes park Prescott and Winslow Lindbergh regional airports are sharing nearly $9 million for taxiway reconstruction. And Ryan Field Airport into Sun gets the rest for new weather reporting equipment. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao says the money will get people back to work during the pandemic Peter same, or tens of thousands of airline employees expected to lose their jobs next month. A lot of people wondering if airlines will ever recover from the pandemic. Valley economist Jim Round says it's difficult for that industry to self correct if something were to collapse. I'm sure the government would step in because it's part of our commerce Jean, you know, distributing products, allowing people to move from one place to another. American Airlines plans to furlough or lay off 19,000 employees next month. A musical tribute night after night all summer long from a veteran with a message for many of us the stretch between Memorial Day and Labour Day might be a blur, but not for 77 year old veteran Peter Clarke of Bow, New Hampshire. That's.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Good pick Good, John. You want to go? All right. Well, I'm gonna go with the Brandon Crawford, who also loved that show friend. Didn't they do a recreation picture? They did, and he was in it, right? That's true that, Yeah. Panic and belt and their wives. Anybody in that picture DC gets to play That's long gone. Eddie Crawford. That was good friends with underpants. But Crawford's he got that rally started. And really Crichton has been Arizona's top relief pitcher so far this year, and he got to start it with a base hit, and he also made another excellent play. It was right after Escobar hit that home run to get Ahmed on a ground ball in the seventh inning, so I'm going with Brandon Crawford, who had excellent Siri's there over the whole weekend. He's gotta hop in the step right now. He's having fun this good and he's you know, one of our good friend brand. Okay. Good pick. I'm tempted to take Tony Watson, who got the win, even though he never actually retired a hitter, which is awesome. You know, you get the pick off. That's the only out he got it. He gets the wind about the hitter. I know they hit her, then it has to be removed for defense. So they had Andy Young never got to actually hit bad, And that's the last thing that one type in that inning ended with a pickoff. That's what type said to end the inning and get us out nice and bad, and he and he could only say that because that has happened to him. Absolutely. You're standing at the plate. You know you're the pension. Don't get picked off and somebody gets picked off. Yeah, I mean, that's got to be A mistake, right? I mean, well, you get picked off. You use up a pinch hitter, and then the guy gets picked off. Absolutely killing me. Sorry, Andy Young could he could hit a home run? We'll never know. Never know what he thinks. But I'm not taking Tony Watson. I'm taking Johnny Cueto because I hope he doesn't get lost in the hole. Because the story the bullpen is really a great story, Johnny pitch great. Six and two thirds one run allowed to give up the one home run. And he had all the moves working today. He just means it is. You know the trading deadline tomorrow. Who knows, But He pitched like he could help somebody. I mean, I doubt it. I absolutely confident the Giants are going to be making some moves. I doubt Johnny Cueto's one of them, but what the heck do I know? And it's possible. Sure hope it's not the last time we get to watch him. I don't want to see him go in a giant's uniform. But if teams were watching him and scouting him today, they saw a really good Pitcher who could help a lot of the sure did so. Cueto's my guy. Good one. That's a good one. That's a good one. Okay, well, then I'm going to take the guy you interviewed. I'm gonna take Alex Dickerson. He's really got it figured out. Taylor Clark, Peter Clarke, You know he had gone more than 70 pitches or four innings, and today he would say 51 hit innings. He was fantastic. And the only guy that figured him out was Alex Dickerson, the first sitting here to change up out. And that was the only run in the game for the longest time, and and he wanted get a couple knocks. So I'm I'm going with Dickerson because they need him to get hot. He says he likes a swing. I believe him after what he did today. Look out course field. Hello, of course feel by the way. The Giants won yesterday and today in both games, they struck out 13 times. A whole new world admit, I mean, that's Ryan Reynolds if that's winning baseball I can't wait for them to strike out 13 times on Tuesday. Come on, let's get some swinging. Missing that game. Come on. Who should we give our Rod kun? Right. Okay. First Big League save Absolutely. Let's give credit to him for stellar performance sponsored by Geico 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. On car insurance. He's going to be a one name guy. He's going to drop the Sam. He's only going to be known as Kuhn Rot here in the Bay Area. Very, very memorable, Recognizable. Last name really is they'll be Kun Rod T shirts. When they get back here in San Francisco, you have fans and have t shirts and have costumes and all that stuff again. I don't know what it looks like To be honest, neither do I. You might not want to ask either. And when is that going to be? I don't know. Well way Hope sooner rather than later. Careful, we got pandas We've got. You're as careful. What's on deck sponsored by your California four dealers. The Giants get tonight off. They're staying in Phoenix. They get tomorrow off. And then the trade deadline happens tomorrow. And then they're they're flying to Colorado. I do believe the Giants are going to be wheeling a deal, and I think so, but that doesn't mean selling or buying. I think the Giants just are our prime two makes a move. So it's exciting. Tomorrow could be a fun day on DH. They made the flight even a little bit later to be after the trading deadline. In case they make a trade and somebody's not going to go with him. Or even somebody gets acquired today and could fly into Phoenix and meet him and take the flight. Tio. I mean, like the Benjamin Alina Trade. Yeah. On the way to Denver. That's where we were right. We were in Denver. Yeah, and he found out on the point. Yeah. Well in this, In this case, they're going to hold the flight. So after the deadline, so that can have a well Then there you go. We're having deals like this just to get so many people live in. In Arizona. They get more time to spend with their families. Good deal. That's good on then. The Giants in the Rockies Tuesday will be back at it Tuesday. From course field they got thumped today. Colorado did and they play tomorrow, so they have another game. Padres Rockies play tomorrow night courses at an off day for them. The last I looked, the Padres had hit five home runs. Yeah, Padres and they're making trades. The Padres are there goes his action around the Padres Right now..

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"peter clarke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Up our coverage here from New Hampshire I think that we are setting up a very interesting battle within the Democratic Party which will result I think eventually in a in a fascinating battle between Donald Trump and whoever the democratic nominee is now Bernie Sanders sure by many accounts and I think he believes he should have been the nominee in twenty sixteen if the Democrats turn around and try to take it away from Bernie Sanders this time I think they'll be a lot of people upset no earlier tonight we played the sound bite from mayor former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg one article today in The Tonight in The Boston Globe is suggesting that the real winner in New Hampshire's Michael Bloomberg well the the sound from Michael Bloomberg of earlier today is what you're going to be hearing in the next few days and I suspect you'll be hearing it not only from the Sanders campaign but for the booted judge campaign rob played cut number two so people know Johnson I'll keep saying it's a disproportionate percentage of a particular ethnic group that may be but it's not a disproportionate percentage of those who witnesses and victims described as committing or in that case instantly I think we disproportionately stop whites too much and minorities too little put your thinking cap on imagine if the what the response would be if Donald Trump had said that well anyway we will talk about that tomorrow night I'm sure in the meantime we had Jim McKay south shores Jim McKay Jim well you were at the Buddha check headquarters I guess the they're pretty close to wrap it up there right yeah yeah damn it pretty much wrap it up I'm with the squirrel move media reporters just filing stories didn't and getting things are ready for tomorrow and I gotta say it was an interesting night I mean things trying to shake up the way many of the you know political analyst if you will were pretty much look at this thing Bridget ge showing up in second quarter char leaping Liz Warren I think a few weeks ago that probably wasn't exactly in everyone's radar but that was interesting finish all but you know keeping a close right now right up until the end of July in BC I believe was finally the first one to call around an hour or so ago but if you could use campaign and as I said in the last five K. with Ben Parker but he said six months ago to be finishing second in New Hampshire and first or tired or whatever you wanna call what happened in Iowa I think they'd be checking that every day of the week I think if you're the bridges campaign you got to be happy had not the cell Caroline and then super Tuesday not not too far off in the distributor here well as you look at this tonight and if you look at Iowa the candidate you were assigned to tonight P. booted judge either narrowly won a narrowly lost I what was still waiting for those final results but we do know that my guess who's really one New Hampshire which is it which is very important I mean it is an important state from here the candidates had to some other parts of the country they they go out to Nevada next for a caucus dare I say a democratic caucus on Saturday February twenty second and then down to where Joe Biden may have to make his final stand in South Carolina the following Saturday on the twenty ninth and then super Tuesday which includes our home state of Massachusetts on March third Tuesday March third I mean that is literally but doing my math correctly three weeks from tonight thirteen states as well as the all important delegates from Democrats abroad and American Samoa we're gonna busy three weeks Jim McKay where we absolutely will do and super Tuesday is going to be awfully fun to watch I mean you've got Mike Bloomberg kind of lurking around with you know undead value I think Forbes just last value him at sixty billion dollars that he has literally said like I won't want to spend whatever I want to be Donald Trump and you hear people the prognosticators up there talking about what what is he going to do yeah I was going to spend his money if you gonna hang around a try or this brokered convention strategy if you well if they're all the delegates get spread around I mean who knows what's going to happen because right now there is still really isn't a clear outset front runner I think you could possibly put your your money on Bernie Sanders appearance of democratic circles but I mean who knows it is it is going to be an interesting couple few weeks going to ball it well when you count up all the delegates who so far have been won by all of these campaigns it's really about a hundred delegates give or take I mean I think that to Jed it is right now is twenty four Sanders is twenty two and the others as if you were here with eight here or whatever the bottom line is out of forty one hundred delegates who will who will convene in Milwaukee this summer that is a fraction it's about two percent mathematically if I'm doing the math in my head correctly and of course all of this could change very quickly on the third of March with super Tuesday but what is fascinating to me is how the Democrats deal with Bernie Sanders they have to treat it differently this time they still may try to steal it from him but they have to treat him with a lot more respect and it booted judge and Sanders ever cast an alliance maybe maybe that would be the form of the ticket or maybe who knows a brokered convention not out of the realm of possibility jam you've never seen one I've never seen what wouldn't that be fun huh and Hillary Clinton I think would be willing to accept it entry from the democratic chieftains to accept the right the nomination we'll see to it thanks so much great job tonight all the WB's reporters did it absolutely great job tonight we'll see you back at the back at the campus okay well later on this one all right there thanks in a thanks you may I appreciate very much I want to thank everyone up here we had a lot of folks up in New Hampshire certainly Nancy shack the producer of night side Peter Clarke who has been working in a technically making sure this when as close to flawless as possible this is a special edition of nights I but I got it and it is always we'll see you tomorrow night back in Medford at eight o'clock good and it is always all dogs all cats all pets go to happen that's my Charlie my pal Charlie ray is who passed ten years ago this month that's why your pets are past they lead you you love them you'll see that I guess you get a moment I have.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The good news of New Hampshire wait for in February every four years they won't do this again until twenty twenty twenty four by twenty twenty four but tonight it's twenty twenty it is twenty twenty vision on who's going to become the democratic nominee my name is Dan break the host of nights I hear every Monday through Friday not permitted to midnight Nancy shack is here Peter Clarke they're taking care of all things technical Kendall Buell is working on a new story down in the corner we have a lovely studio audience and joining me tonight is someone who I have really enjoyed over the years and I think you will enjoy him tonight PJ o'rourke he is a commentator a satirist sort of like a modern day HL Mencken I would say thank you Elvis high compliment on it transactions it apps absolutely is that I'm a big fan of yours too and by the way tonight folks we had to spend seeing with with phone calls as it's it's a very different format tonight we have a lot of news coverage we have all of the various campaign headquarters staffed we have the latest numbers that information we can get you all of that but first I I just want to introduce PJ to you for those of you who have somehow missed his writings what are you reading I mean what what what what periodical have you not written for I don't want to list the periodicals yeah there must be one out there like Trish crocheting news yeah something yeah yeah a modern bath mat no no you are associated with the Cato Institute I am okay which I'm very much similar kind a libertarian but probably not as libertarian as you well I don't know do do you have we can always do is is very very simple principles individual liberty individual dignity individual responsibility there strictly non partisan absolutely never take sides they probably have a little more influence on the conservative side of politics than they do on a liberal but still but they never go there well that five oh one C. three thing I assume prevents them from imagine would only be one part but but they wouldn't anyway even if even if that even if that tax provision more around though you have made a career out of writing and just doing a little research today do you still use a typewriter I'm told hi finally gave out did you want to because of the last guy laughed in within fifty miles of where I live here in New Hampshire who knew a lot of fix an IBM Selectric he died well I worked under inform you would have been in great company because we had a fabulous sports guy in WBZ radio for many many years he was the voice of the New England Patriots Gil Santos sure yeah and Gil to the last day working at WBZ radio use a regular typewriter absolute good for him so you're right you're in good company now you watch this you live up here in New Hampshire and do you spend a lot of time in various and sundry places speaking around the country and and and working out of Washington and and other large yeah yeah but you know you you have a sense of this state yeah I've been I've been here I've had I've I've had a place up here since the seventies so okay yeah all right so we're going to you're not quite native but well of your you know all you flat landers I'll always be from away yeah yeah that's what they do they call people flatly Anders yeah even the people of from Massachusetts I guess we got a lot of flat land so tonight we're looking at the numbers you and I are uprooting these numbers now and at this point it looks like it was about little but eleven percent reporting you know we started gets real numbers it looks as if the pollsters have mailed this brandy they do and they do and I got to say that the the the Amy is this is kind of a surprise in here for me senator from Minnesota certainly has she's up to twenty percent of the vote assuming that holds Elizabeth Warren the other woman accessorize me too because I thought she was running a pretty strong race in in New Hampshire and it doesn't look like it's happening yeah well it should she should run a strong race because obviously she represents this the state to our media itself and and she was here a lot which matters in New Hampshire I mean you got to be you got to be in person and in Hampshire when they say actually is bill weld it was saying that you have to shake everybody's hand no it was a trick that back because people jag said you had to check everybody sand three times before they said you're in my top five yeah no that's a good line and I was the the the the the thing the theory is that you know the the you've come up but it would be who you thinking of voting for a day what do you think about someone sell well I've only met him five times all right I'm not sure as a there's one the fun things about living in New Hampshire is that every single person in the state of New Hampshire is personally met the president of the United States at any given time absolutely yeah so it's not a server theoretical question you know and what do you think of a bomb.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Sell bells don't actually sound light they sound like alarms and they're priced in an emergency by prisoners and officer space to attend to them within minutes but that's not happening what the chief inspector peter clarke has found in his latest report into one's worth prison in london is at the response by officers is totally inadequate and dangerous and he says that he personally saw on his inspection officers gathered on the wing ignoring the sal bells and what did he have to say about other conditions at the prison well he specifically is concerned about how dangerous this situation is with ignored sal bells that this could actually put people's lives in danger he will have the forefront of his mind the case of us valdas pie gear is an eighteen year old prisoner who had mental health problems he was found on five separate occasions with a ligature around his neck he pressed his bell a nobody came for thirty seven minutes and he was eventually found hanging in his cell and he never regained consciousness at once worth prison and the officer on gt says she didn't see or hear the bell his family have given that first interview since his death in twenty sixteen they taught me about that grief and how the officers they say didn't care about him i've also spoken to a prison officer who worked at the prison in twenty sixteen and she was not surprised that it taken so long the officers to respond because she says they routinely when she what ignored the bowels partly the problem is is that prisoners are not easing them just for emergencies the ministry of justice have said that they again apologize for the avoidable failings in house father's figures was managed and the improvements have been made to how the prison stuff at once worth identify support a monitored honorable prisoners and concerns about overcrowding there as well yep rita clock has said that this is the most overcrowded prison in england and wiles he found that cells that were designed for one prisoner at she being used by two and he was extremely concerned about the living conditions conditions of prisons but he did notice that had been some improvements this echoes ready what he was saying in his annual report that came out on wednesday where he talked about the levels of violence and selfharm so he conway many thanks i'm going to be hearing from peter clark at seven thirty minutes past six well let us turn back to the white paper on brexit we know this morning particularly if we have read the sun what donald trump thinks what does business think of it does it deliver that white paper on a brexit that business can be happy with lucy baden is here without in the rest of the day's business news thanks just in well the white papers put a bit more meat on the bones of the uk's brexit plan and indicates a big divergence in how the uk wants goods and services to be treated after the uk's left the eu we learned the u k wants to maintain a free trade aaron good so the common rule book for all goods traded with the eu q cautious cheers from the world of manufacturing but on services the uk has ditched its mutual recognition pan where the uk and e you would have recognized each other's rules covering banks fund management group and insurance firms instead.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bradley jay jay talking wbz i've got three gentlemen online not necessarily in this order rob jack nick one open line therefore if you wanna call in participate in a media conversation who is your favorite dj growing up who's your favorite newscaster growing up and it doesn't matter this is a boston radio station you hear the tikki tikki of fingers on the keyboard that joe green green we'd just listened to joe stapleton doing the traffic god bless him right myself boston has had some amazing traffic reporters and i told you there's a couple of people that have been reaching out to me on twitter and facebook and i'm sorry about the tap tap tapping i didn't realize it was coming across because they were like you know who else do you remember besides joe stapleton i'm like well obviously i remember joe i just listened to him but that just got me thinking about job green and the busy copter and you know some people at other stations like malcolm alter and kevin yeah we had some great ones we really did but anyway you were talking about the nice folks that are on the line waiting for us so let's take robin hyde park right away good morning welcome to the fourth of july donna donahue about forty years ago help because we had john school oh my god oh my god career thing so she was making down smoker at wchs yes yup i ever talk a little bit about no soap radio about radio business but i called about kenny mayor yes movie who was the booth announcer term for your own was also the program director at w w b o and he told me i don't have been there because i was i was with more a couple of shows when he was over there and we installed this so talk with saudi of he couldn't figure out how to use it so we just got rid of it i don't wanna use it they continued on and then after a while complete taped show right in my correct eventually he taped his show he recorded it on thursdays and was played sunday midnight until two am i'm buckling line zip appropriate that would sound today but yeah counting all the time people forget that after midnight many other stations in boston on sunday night would go off the air and they test their tester transmitters and do transmitter maintenance and all that stuff so yes around settling you find yourself down the dial and there's this guy rob are you one two tin cans and a string how about now i'm on a headset you told to do that in the beginning i'm sorry john oh my goodness people okay mark and robb and andrew and peter clarke and all the other producers who do talk show duty tell everybody everybody turned down your radio off yes for him to say mark didn't tell me anything i don't have to be in there to hear it i know mark tells every caller yep when i've been a guest when i phoned in even in the industry and they still say turn your radio down or turn your radio off absolutely because it echoes on the air as we just plus we have a delay right so open line if you wanna call in six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two four ten thirty are you have to do is be patient michael pickups call and there you go nine hundred ninety nine two four nine two nine ten.

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"peter clarke" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"peter clarke" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"Interview with peter clarke from the allen institute for artificial intelligence about the work they're doing building question answering systems as well as the data set they've assembled to help other researchers do the same that'll be right after the break hey listeners let's show our support for brilliant dot org for their continued sponsorship of data skeptic brilliant dot org unique ineffective learning platform this isn't just some silly brain trainer game that gives you some mindless puzzles brilliant has courses and their self guided they remember where you left off and they teach with a comfortable pace of short instructional bits followed by quizzes the test your understanding probability logic games of chance complex algebra linear algebra the list goes on and on and they really will appeal today to skeptic listeners check out their machine learning course if you're looking for a place to start thanks to all of you the check out their mobile app after the last time i mentioned it here on the show whether you're on your mobile device for not head over to brilliant dot org slash data skeptic and see what they have to offer all right everybody by now you should be dying to read turing original paper but kyle you say i hate reading i love audio that's why listen to podcasts no sweat got you covered starting next wednesday we're going to be releasing a ten part series where i narrate the entirety of touring original paper that's going to be on the data skeptic bonus feed not the main feature listening to now if you're not on the bonus feed searching your podcasts player of choice or listen at data skeptic dot com as of this release we haven't pushed update out yet but come pretty soon you'll be able to click the top on podcasts and we'll have all the from both feet so you can listen there as well.

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