17 Burst results for "Professor And Director"

"professor director" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"professor director" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Bed what happens when you put a humidifier on well it keeps the mucus secretions slowly that's very important because that's what your innate immune system barriers there's a lot of studies being done how can children are at a lower rate than older adults we're getting this virus live better innate immunity they have been exposed to cigarette smoke air pollution for decades so our innate immune system is important because nobody has any history of seeing this virus before so it's gonna take a week or two to produce an antibody and so a lot depends upon how well the conditioning is of your native parents and one of the protective mechanism there's mucus secretions and so I you know tried out in the winter time you're more susceptible to these respiratory viruses so as a general rule for the audience it would be wise to say get out the humidifier and have it going at least by your bed at night is that it I my saying that correctly that's correct okay very good what we're going to pause would come back with some of Morgan Dr Alam Evangelista our guest he's a professor director of microbiology and virology at St Christopher's hospital for children in Philadelphia and I would be sure that that dog would cause audience members are going to call in the in this regard is that doctorate a PhD or an MD PhD director gotcha all right so keep that in mind folks one eight six six five oh Jimbo is our number one eight six six five oh five four six two six and by the way in terms of the numbers out there for this country over sixty six.

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"professor director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"professor director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You want to read it do you professor director center for Middle East studies Dr dollar Hashemi thank you so much for being with us this morning right inside thanks seven o'clock let's check on traffic now with John all of our garage in the left lane it looks like at forty of your backed up on site seventy eight east of I seventy running very heavy from two to five at the crash on both would be one of the alternates door bell tower road is closed at sixty four just before you get to the hotels here before bed you Boulevard so if you're coming out the eastbound I. seventy I don't want to sit all that jam on the Boulevard go to eat for seventy obey the told to go to the airport your drive downtown little bit the the clear that cries out but I twenty five at thirty eight Bergevin you looks like the rest your got pretty much right freedom for heavy traffic but three downtown at the tech center all that I forty five drives up that I twenty five every from Santa Fe Santa Fe is low the door about getting on I twenty five don't doubt and a lot of traffic coming in on the Phelps ecstatic your two two five dot is real heavy giving up the war area right before Park Road also check to get rich get a lot of busy this on it this morning are you driving the rapper was heavy stores at Park Road drug and see for seventy east route three four seventy really ground is regularly over from what's worth was about three four seventy dot the load up and two eighty five this reporter's budget but but they are bred at but ever get breakfast it's fast not fast food drive due to pull the trigger scrambled eggs avocado bred for draft at with a preview of freshly ground bridge super Dollfie all ready to go with the push of a button but they're a food as it should be backed up dated ten minutes okay wait eight fifty able body for one event has your shop there with a thousand dollars right now Hey it's big and it's time for big.

"professor director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"professor director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Table ally particularly under the rule of this in a very unstable crown prince who's responsible for a lot of regional ma'am thanks for your perspective and expertise we appreciate it thanks do you professor director of the center for Middle East studies doctor not Hashemi coming up senator Bennett still very much in the presidential race he's opening his coffers up wide that in less than two minutes first. John Morrison wrote that I twenty five at a hundred and fourth that prize you've got you jammed up several lanes are blocked it is a real mess on the north side because that crash and I will miss downtown to something like twenty five has been hampered by a crash and handed for several minutes now and that that is really jam you up all the way back into downtown so but I twenty five happy kid two left lanes walk by another multi car crash and we're still dealing with the crash on the west side to doubt eastbound six W. at Indiana that's got your back to back on the I. seventy and I. seventy the right lane is backed up all the sea for seventy aired on C. for seventy westbound we've got a crash approach you guys seventy now likely the backup for that crash on Sixth Avenue it's westbound C. for seventy I just before I seventy rest your drive still very heavy two two five is really logo but slow out of the ordinary before you could get the island lot of traffic on Park Road your tech center drive is real bad it is just been a slow ugly drive all morning long this report is sponsored by the losses of Tom's in Hilliard and poor if you're hurt in a traffic accident you need the unique law firm of Thomas in Hilliard and court they have attorneys you're also licensed medical professionals who understand your legal and physical page get help at Denver traffic accident dot com that's never traffic accident dot com next update less than ten minutes gateway eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. okay we knew.

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"professor director" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on World News Analysis

"So people in America, don't I could host the this kind of military invasion again in this region. The hopefully, well, the US in Venezuela and other countries in the region can find a peaceful solution just kind of devil. So what you make of the different stances of different countries on this issue. We see that Russia was quick to criticize the twelve ministrations move and said the situation in Venezuela amounted to a coup, but countries like Brazil, Chile Canada and Argentina they are joining the US in supporting the opposition leader. What do you make you fall this? Well, you know, the basic principle or we can no relation and not. Well, yes, we understand that Venezuela out you suffering from multiple crises, you could homing across the political crisis. Also, put a Matic across the Suzhou crud. But the US should not interfere in domestic effect. You know? Last year people event is true model to sarum when when Martin as their leader. So we should the respect the choice over the voters in Venezuela. Now, the US better doodle is not legitimate. So people wanna stand why do you always say? Is not legitimate leader of Venezuela. So I think the US should deal. With is owns domestic problem like is shut down the government and the try to stop interfering in other countries, domestic fit and Lynn, you say Venezuela is suffering from multiple questions. What do you think are the root causes of the economic and political crisis in the country? First of all, we must say that as a government has made the wrong policies, you know, over the pasta one day kids, both China's I don't have interviewed in in economy. We roll over the state and then collecting the important the role of the market. So so last and the last investment has been made anything Konomi. So this is our terrible terrible situation. And the Secondly, we must understand as the opposition refused to corporate government every every aspect so they know political there's no political stability and for any economy resulta political stability. Foreign investors domestic investors did not make investment. Those economy is going to get worse in the west. And the finally the US has imposed that well CVS economic sanctions against Venezuela. So all these three reasons have made the economy of Venezuela turning imply deep across his and pay. Thank you. Dr juncture, professor director of the center for lenton American studies at Shanghai University. Come. Yup. Janis vice president one she calls for a joint global effort in the age of the force industrial revolution. You're listening to today's stay with us. Speaker with the day. I feel very much grateful for providing jumps for me to communicate to the world. And China's progress in China's accomplishment and also China's rich cultural heritage, and of course, China's desire to integrate itself into the international community. I believe today opened the window as well as built bridge between people in China and the world..

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"professor director" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"B M W C B M Weather Channel forecast. It is going to be a rainy day today. Some late afternoon showers high about fifty one rain continues tonight and tomorrow. Current temperatures. Frank and Luther Ville right now, we have thirty three degrees. Grayson Ville, thirty four degrees and coming up on the news at eight thirty at a rule book Kelly's new head prosecutor will lead the capital gazette shooting case. I watch patrol and out of the Rocky Mountain collegian student their rights for the campus newspaper that a professor director of diversity and inclusion at Colorado state Zara, I'll Saloum has written an article saying certain phrases are micro triggers are trigger microaggressions one of those viewed as derogatory is long time. No, see. You wonder why that is that phrase needs to be killed there were eliminated. It is derogatory towards those of Asian descent. Longtime longtime nosy. The the grammatical. And no one is you guys. That's now politically incorrect, if you're gonna use a collective term y'all even though it's grammatically incorrect is the gender neutral preferable phrase for you guys, y'all. Mourner no more longtime. No, see or you got. Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith Republican Mississippi insisting yesterday, she was complementing a sport. Or when she said, quote, if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row. Gordon, the SCP and other Democrats have Mississippi saying this is a racially charged remark. It's reprehensible demanding an apology. She's a runoff, by the way. Election in in Mississippi. So we'll see what happens to her. I think she wasn't promoting violence. But then again, it doesn't matter anymore. Schools in Scotland soon are going to be required to teach students LGBT history to prevent homophobia and transphobia that according to the London guardian the bring in professor Chuck Whitaker. To educate the students on the rainbow curriculum. Sure, I'll tell them when I Sam longtime nosy they call they call Chuck the professor of skittles because of his inclusive. Modality almost made it to a hanging one time. But I got tied up..

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"professor director" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Moving to some global health news now tropical diseases like malaria, and tuberculosis. Still create staggering public health problems in countries around the world, but in sub Saharan Africa. The crisis is compounded by an overabundance of fake medications often sold on the cheap to unsuspecting customers. Many of whom are in desperate need all tocine a dessiken is a freelance journalist in west Africa. And he spoke to me from Nigeria Niger is the huge markets. Anybody that wants to get into the west African markets mostly will go to Nigeria sixty percents of drugs that are used in west Africa. Supplied from Nigeria is very high like you. That's. Medications in Nigeria this week medication will definitely leaks into west Africa that is all of the countries in west Africa. So that's why is a major problem. But there's also an African problem or sub Saharan Africa problem of records so things like autopsies, I've just becoming the norm, and it's not even all around Nigeria. It's just like legal states, and you know, just a few states in Nigeria dot autopsies are becoming. So does the next thing is for depressants get buried check. See there's no what how do we solve this problem days records problem? We don't know how many people are exposed to fix about magician in Nigeria. Government comes out with seventeen percents. I personally think it's more. I'm very set in small but even at seven percent at an incidence rate of seventeen percent that is a major problem and most people buy generic drugs. I know I'm speaking for myself when I say, I buy them if I have to because they're less expensive. They're more affordable. How much does that play into what we're seeing on the ground in Nigeria with fake drugs? So Niger was your sense counts to oversee capital of the world before Nigeria? It was India. India has a population of about one point two billion people just has a population of about one hundred ninety two hundred people, and there are more people in Nigeria Dante are just by depopulation. Despite now, this means that's a lot of Nigerians can not afford any Trump. Let's argue will cost ten dollars in Nigeria days, probably an alternative dies five dollars an alternative. Dies four three dollars now. Well, less than two dollars or less. I won't put five dollars. Not a very high like you. That's they know that will tend to last nobody's sets out to use fake medication. Nobody ever sits out. But because to Reggie feeds. Lots of things to do you find that people are increasingly using all of these other generic medication not because they want to because they cannot afford to use the alternative. So what's the Nigerian government doing to try and stop the spread of fake medication? So what is the Nigerian government? Do you have a national agency for food and drug anesthesia enough duck? What is that from where? Where am food sold for drugs. Amid I shall be used to in Nigeria. We used to have professor director general of NAFTA on what doctor and professor Barack did was shut down a lot of factors that. Fig drugs lots of walk on by the end of at center as general of NAFTA. It was evident that Nigeria that incidents of Kissel, Niger Lou butts in recent times, it's almost like the button to helps fight fake drugs as reduced of some sort. So the public is not aware that nobody is fighting for fighting against.

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"professor director" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Moving to some global health news now tropical diseases like malaria, and tuberculosis. Still create staggering public health problems in countries around the world, but in sub Saharan Africa. The crisis is compounded by an overabundance of fake medications often sold on the cheap to unsuspecting customers. Many of whom are in desperate need all tocine a dessiken is a freelance journalist in west Africa. And he spoke to me from Nigeria Niger is the huge markets. Anybody that wants to get into African markets mostly will go to Nigeria. Sixty percents of drugs are used in west Africa. Supplied from Nigeria have very high like you that's fake medications in Nigeria this week medication will definitely look into west Africa all the countries in west Africa. So that's why seems like Niger is a major problem. But there's also an African problem or sub Saharan African problem of records sticky. So things like autopsies, I've just becoming the norm, and it's not even all around Nigeria. It's just increased like legal states and just a few states in Nigeria autopsies are becoming the norm. So a person dies the next thing is for dependents get buried check. There's no what how do we solve this problem? Does your records problem? We don't know how many people are exposed to fix bad only. Major government comes out with seventeen percents. I personally think it's more. I'm very small but even at seven percent at an incidence rate of seven percent. This is a major problem and most people buy generic drugs. I know I'm speaking for myself when I say, I buy them if I have to because they're less expensive. They're more affordable. How much does that play into what we're seeing on the ground in Nigeria with fake drugs? So Niger was your sense. He counts deposits, he won't before Nigeria. It was India. India has a population of about one point two billion people when I have just has a population of about one hundred ninety two hundred people, and there are more people in Nigeria Dante are in India, despite the population disparity now, this means that a lot of John's cannot afford any Trump. Let's see have you have your costs ten dollars in Nigeria days. Probably an alternative dies five dollars. Dies for three dollars. Now where people are leaving a less than two dollars or less. One dollars. Very high like you that they know that I will tend to Las nobody's sets out to use fake medication. Nobody ever sits out. But because they are ready to feed the pig die. Lots of things to do you find that people are increasingly using all of these other generic medication not because they want to but because they cannot afford to use the that's alternates. So what's the Nigerian government doing to try and stop the spread of fake medication? So what is the Nigerian government? Do you have a national agency for food and Drug administration? Nafta. What enough that goes is that from this with food sold for drugs amid shutdown be used to in Nigeria. We used to have professor director general of NAFTA on what doctor and professor out. Did was she shut down a lot of factors fake drugs. A lots of walk and by the end of as general of NAFTA was evident that Nigeria incidents affected Nigeria will look butts in recent times, it's almost like the button to helps fight fake drugs has reduced of some sort. So public is not aware that there's nobody really exciting for fighting against..

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"professor director" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I did that, but I was so drunk because I just a just a crazy drunk. Yeah. So we're seeing the values of society change. Right. I mean, both in terms. That's I think part of this whole metoo movement is notions of what's okay? What's not what sort of harmless? And then what happens when if boys get drunk and get quite aggressive. I think that the perspective is shifting interesting. No doubt. Joshua Davis is a professor director of the center for lawn ethics at the university San Francisco law school. Josh, we sure appreciate the time and the expertise good conversation short. Thanks so much for having pleasure. That was the single conversation. I've heard so far. So far where it wasn't clearly she's a crazy person or a democratic plant, right? Or clearly, he's a rapist. Right. Yeah. You know, I thought about this stuff. I still think about this stuff a lot having raised two daughters. One through college in one currently in college and. On both sides of any sort of sexual assault. I find repugnant. I've always said the death penalty for rapists, snipe position on the other hand. Of course, you just said rape, which brings us back to the use the least useful term on earth sexual assault. Right. Covers everything from an unwanted squeeze of a but to forcible rape. She seems to believe it was an attempted rape. I think that's what she's going to say. When grilled. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And that's that's terrible. It's horrible. That doesn't mean. It was no it's it's interesting to Joshua's said, you know, how she experienced events versus how he experienced the events that that definitely can happen. What would be an interesting and horrifying experience experiment would be. You have ten different types of women have the exact same situation happened to them. And how do they come out of it? Yeah. Some people might feel like they were almost raped. Some people might just think it was. Boy, girl hijinks at a drinking party. But anyway, whatever I don't know what I was getting.

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"professor director" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Could be if he put his hand over her mouth as she claims and held her there isn't that kidnapping like when OJ held those people in the room. She didn't she couldn't leave the room. Right. Yeah. That that's right. I mean, he he was if there was no obligation that they locked the door, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, I, you know, I don't know if it's kidnapping, but certainly there are both civil claims and criminal claims based on confining her against her where we learned something from the OJ case kids have you ever going to mess around with little hijinks don't ever lock anybody in a room or make them feel like they can't leave a room. That's taken very seriously in the law for whatever somebody ever grabbed some Armstrong and Getty memorabilia, I'll hire a lawyer and sue them. I won't get goons and take guns. So another another legal question. I think most of us are familiar with the fact that saying I'm sorry, you're on her. I was drunk is not a defense for a crime in reality. You've got a a stumbling drunk seventeen year old. How does the law look at that a juvenile is under the influence who does something nasty? Yeah. Will I alkyl hall is not. It's right. So so the state of mind is one of the things you have to have a certain state of mind again, be an accidental. It can't be something that's purely accidental and then give rise to this sort of crime or intentional tort. And and so, but but drunkenness is really not a defense or or an excuse. It's never worked for me. Hello. Among juvenile's, though it. Yeah. Well, again, you're not a criminal guy in. You're certainly not practicing juvenile law at this point position. If you're down to. Yeah, I did that, but I was so drunk because I just a just a crazy drunk. Yes. We're seeing the values of society change. Right. I mean, both in terms. That's I think part of this whole metoo movement is notions of, you know, what's okay? What's not what sort of harmless? And then what happens when if boys get drunk and get quite aggressive. I think that perspective is shifting interesting. No doubt. Joshua Davis is a professor director of the center for lawn ethics at the university San Francisco law school. Josh, we sure appreciate the time the expertise good conversations. You're thanks so much for having me. Our pleasure that was the single conversation. I've heard so far. So far. Where it wasn't clearly she's a crazy person or a democratic plant or clearly he's a rapist, right? Yeah. You know, I thought about this stuff. I still think about this stuff a lot having raised two daughters. One through college in one currently in college and. On both sides of you know, any sort of sexual assault. I find repugnant. I've always said the death penalty for rapists. And that's my position on the other hand. Of course, you just said rape, which brings us back to the use the least useful term on earth sexual assault. Right. Covers everything from an unwanted squeeze of a but the forcible rape. She seems to believe it was an attempted rape. I think that's what she's going to say. When grilled. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And that's that's terrible. It's horrible. Yeah. That doesn't mean it was no, it's it's interesting Joshua's said, you know, how she experienced the events versus how he experienced the events that that definitely can happen. What would be an interesting and horrifying experience experiment would be. You have ten different types of women have the exact same situation happened to them. And how do they come out of it? Yeah. Some people might feel like they were almost rate. Some people might just think it was. Boy, girl hijinks at a drinking party. But anyway, whatever I don't know what I was.

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"professor director" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah. Yeah. Could it be? Yeah. Could be if he put his hand over her mouth as she claims and held her there isn't that kidnapping like when OJ held those people in the room. She didn't she couldn't leave the room. Right. Yeah. That that's right. I mean, he he was I if I mean, I think there was no obligation that they locked the door, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, I I don't know it's kidnapping, but certainly there are both civil claims and criminal claims based on confining her against her where we learned something from the OJ case kids have you ever gonna mess around with little hijinks don't ever lock anybody in a room or make them feel like they can't leave a room. That's taken very seriously in the law for whatever somebody ever grabbed some Armstrong and Getty memorabilia, I'll hire lawyers and sue them. I won't get goons and take guns. So another another legal question. I think most of us are familiar with the fact that saying I'm sorry your honor. I was drunk is not a defense for a crime in reality. You've got a a stumbling drunk seventeen year old. How does the law look at that a juvenile is under the influence who does something nasty will? I alkyl hall is not it's right. So so the the state of mind is one of the things you have to have a certain state of mind, it can be an accidental it can't be purely accidental and then give rise to this sort of crime or intentional tort. And and so, but but drunkenness is really not a defense or excuse. It's never worked for me. You know, I think among juvenile's though it. Yeah. Well, again, you're not a criminal, and you're certainly not practicing juvenile law at this point. Bad position. If you're down to. Yeah. I did that but I was so drunk because I just just mccreavy drunk. We're seeing the values of society change. Right. I mean, both in terms, I think part of this whole metoo movement is notions of, you know, what's okay? What's not what sort of harmless? And then what happens when if boys get drunk and and get quite aggressive. I think that perspective shifting interesting. No, doubt doubt. Joshua Davis is a professor director of the center for lawn ethics at the university San Francisco law school. Josh, we sure appreciate the time the expertise good conversation. Thanks so much for having pleasure. That was the single conversation. I've heard so far. So far. Where it wasn't clearly she's a crazy person or a democratic plant, right? Or clearly, he's a rapist. Right. Yeah. You know, I thought about this stuff. I still think about this stuff a lot having raised two daughters. One through college in one currently in college and. On both sides of you know, any sort of sexual assault. I find repugnant. I've always said the death penalty for rapists. And that's my position on the other hand. Of course, you just said rape, which brings us back to the use the least useful term on earth sexual assault covers everything from an unwanted squeeze of a but to forcible rape. She seems to believe it was an attempted rape. I think that's what she's going to say. When grilled. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And that's that's terrible. It's horrible. That doesn't mean. It was. No, it's it's interesting Joshua's said, you know, how she experienced events versus how he experienced the events that definitely can happen. What would be an interesting and horrifying experience experiment would be. You have ten different types of women have the exact same situation happened to him. And how do they come out of it? Yeah. Some people might feel like they they were almost raped. Some people might just think it was. You know, boy girl hijinks at a drinking party. But anyway, what I don't know what I was getting to is that I.

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"professor director" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"X eleven AM and iheartradio Armstrong and Getty show I keep hearing this. Over and over again right The the argument back and forth. Will Trump sit down and answer questions of Mahler. And then somebody always uses the term perjury. Trap Professor Dershowitz who's, making the rounds it would seem. In support of Trump I think he. Says it's an support of liberal values but he keeps. Saying don't do, it, too perjury. Trap what the heck is a perjury trap. It seems to me, like, a non lawyer just Zang's I? Answered questions honestly I'm fine you fool if. I haven't done anything wrong and I answered questions. Honestly how can I get in trouble you fool I advise you, not, to speak to anybody until we've? Spoken man Joshua David Josh Davis is a professor director of the center for law and ethics, and dean circle scholar at, the, university of San Francisco? Law school and. He joins us now Josh how are you sir doing very well thanks so much. For having me on the show who Ella you're a busy. Man we appreciate you spending a. Couple of minutes with US House this whole perjury trap thing work Well in general in litigation and you know there's really two. Levels on which this whole thing is happening there's litigation and then there's politics so. Just talking about litigation sure. On litigation level lawyers basically never want their clients to speak. Unless they have to anything you say is a commitment and litigation is a little bit late to. Heavyweight boxers or, or mixed martial arts artists fighting, the first one to, commit is vulnerable soon as, you lay. Into a punch, the, other, side can duck and hit you harder because they know where you are so that's the first rule you just don't want your client to, commit to any position it's, particularly, dangerous here because making? A misrepresentation of. False statement to federal agent is itself a crime and you know even people who. Are well-meaning asphalt he memories right they they make mistakes their. Inconsistencies their errors they're incorrect wreck Elections there's normal, as we lie to ourselves, so that, we are selling In fact the more you study human memory, the more terrifying it, is, how, picky is it if I say yeah it was in, August I, I I went to blank and it turns out it was you know late, July I went is that then lying to. A to a. Fed on, I'm in trouble. Even though I just. Wrong, we're probably, not I mean just. So simple errors, leader be corrected that's you know. There's, an, intent requirement it's not gonna but there is some intent involved okay And, but saying I didn't know about the meeting. And then later. Being confronted, with evidence that. Some say jury or. The, Senate believes, that you didn't know. About a meeting, that's when you start to get. In You lied no no no no I gotta. Jump, in here that happens to either, me or you, on at least a monthly basis we're meeting with that client Thursday we are yeah don't, you remember they told us when we were walking through the hall. Bob I have no memory of that No one Yes there's no. Intent therapy you couldn't prove there's, no? One, right yeah that's the tricky thing is that one of the things that that lawyers investigators are so good at is they can then once, you've committed they can bring out a lot. Of evidence and, you know at at the same time that we have, faulty memories there's also a lot of evidence that we all think we remember things better than we did twenty. Twenty? Hindsight right and so when you put it out, starkly before whoever's assessing, this thing judge, jury house the Senate can look. Really ugly and so, you know from a, lawyer's perspective the last thing in the world you want you to do is have your client going under penalty of perjury start talking well. And Josh I'm not sure if you're familiar. With Microsoft this is Joe, Getty speaking but I almost went to. Law, school I I actually filled.

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"professor director" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

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"professor director" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on WCHS

"Think that as an overreach parlay maybe maybe the end result was it if if you look at it from your perspective or somebody else's that's that sees it that way the end result would be okay that's good because we can stop the greenhouse gases but i think it's an overreach of power that we all it'll be concerned about i think i've said consistent i think there were legitimate legal issues in in the exercise of one weapon d on a man of at the epa did in terms of whether they epa can go outside the so to speak and dictate how utilities are going to require resources verse with inside the found basically make an individual source is operate more efficiently i think there were legitimate legal issues and whether he did have the statutory authority to do that and of course the tenth circuit so the dc circuit was considering that and then once we had a change in administration there's been a push to not have the dc circuit actually resolve those issues because they say well we're no sense no sense uh resolving those tissues when the ball went when they would communist regime has expressed a clear indication they're going to go a different direction but i i don't disagree i think they're good there was legitimate issues was to where they had the legal authority to do what they did but we're not gonna we're not gonna know because that decision never gonna never gonna come to and and and work and also and also the us supreme court issued a stay which is fairly rare some india grech greco opposite concerns as well i think that pete up the fact that there were the legitimate legal questions but the need that would have been nice to have been resolved by a court james than northland is with us he's wvu all professor director of the center for energy and sustainable development let me go to this this is what the national and others as an industry group national monning association they said they welcome the review of the cost we power plant and they quote the head of the money so seashell clint.

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"professor director" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on WCHS

"Wbur professor director of the center for energy and sustainable development you're you're a lawyer so you can appreciate you can appreciate that how does the epa under the obama nistration how does the epa through essentially eight and executive fiat a rule making process target a particular industry for elimination howdy how how did they do that why i don't agree with the premise that they target a particular industry i think they targeted greenhouse gas emission and if you're going to go after greenhouse gas emission and coal provide threefourths of the greenhouse gas emissions on the generation of electricity hall is going to be on the crosshairs i don't agree that the administration targeted the coal industry for elimination even despite some of the things that were said by people in the administration about think about putting coal out of business and then the epa accident acts in a manner that does i think there was a clear hostility to mountaintop remove all um i do not agree that the the i mean you've got statement i mean i i you have a door don't have official statements talking about putting putting coal out about the did have a did have a a a serious impact on coal yeah that it did it seriously i have a disproportionate impact on west virginia yeah i think those are legitimate issues and frankly i wish congress would step toward and enacted a comprehensive climate energy legislature and that would have addressed the fact the regulation of coal in the manner that epa propose was going to have a disproportionately harsh impact on certain regions of the country but eichelbaum also said in the absence of congress stepping forward and doing that i'm going to use all the power though i have available to me under the clean air act to regulate greenhouse gas emissions are now and that's what he did i don't do it it's a great outcome i think of a legislative i'll come would've been would have been better but that's the tools that obama had available when he chose to use well i would i would have i would agree with you that a legislative outcomes better by the people's representatives but just because you don't get the peoples represented to do that does not mean one can act um unilaterally to take that kind of action that's the i don't see that like i i just i i.

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"professor director" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on Science Friday

"Yeah thank you so much for your welcome ruth gates is professor director of the hawaii institute of marine biology in county away hawaii welcome to sci fi it thanks very much higher a jeff you you went from chasing melting glaciers the chasing bleaching coral or are they there's one is moving slowly than the other uh yeah one is the one moves a little bit slower but the changes are all sort of coming faster than we anticipated um we had worked on a previous project documenting glaciers and um through that process we met a bunch of scientists and met some of the talker for his and started learning through richard vivere that subject that you mentioned we started learning about what was happening in the ocean and we realize he wanted to point are cameras literally a under the water and document was happening there are a is one more convincing about climate change than the other when you're looking at both of them uh i actually do think so very much so um impart i think people who were on the fence about climate change certainly the the glacier story has been around for quite a while now and people have their explanations um if the aren't familiar with how fast the rates of changer happening in the arctic they might just ruled often think that glaciers have always change they always come and gone and they might not get a sense of the timescales at the scientists are talking about when you look in the ocean and you look at the core bleaching that's happening right now this does not fit any natural cycle whatsoever and the changes are so dramatic and they're they're speeding up in their happening so so powerfully um that it really can be this wakeup call that um that i hope people can view the footage you the film and see for themselves what's going on i ducked are major loss of the great barrier reef in 2016 give us a picture how bad these for a coral worldwide.

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"professor director" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Of fun and i welcome you to the show dr duke pessa in so i you know front page all about shakespeare in the park and what's been going on with delta airlines and some of the people that have been pulling out of the sponsorship in fact let sort of go over exactly maybe a one minute recap on why this play is getting all of this focus well you know i am a shakespeare professor bind train that's what i i do besides being the academic character feeding project on a professor of english and university wisconsin i teach shakespeare and you know this is something that's been a thorn in my craw ever i founded t t shakespeare sure is that these modern directors are much much more concerned about using shakespeare for left wing political agitprop than they are teaching shakespeare e jakes air is if you read shakespeare if he watches plays when they performed accurately he is so pervasive i mean he is he is way beyond politics he is not a man of the right of the left he is one of the great profound reveal of human nature and what these liberal colleague oftentimes college professor directors but certainly new york theater wraps ryan they're using shakespeare their hijacking him for again left wing political agitprop and that's what's true in the case of julius caesar julius caesar is is applied to historical play the shakespeare wrote based on the assassination of julius caesar in forty four b c caesar as we as we remember was trying to remove the re republic and install himself has a king and so the senate some of the senators roman senators assassinated him on the eyes of march and fortyfour b c add triggering the events of the plane the civil war that ensued and so it's just it's just so obvious by the way way back when george bush was president seems like a long time ago yeah right the theatre directors all across the country staged julius caesar and they had george bush.

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"professor director" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:57 min | 4 years ago

"professor director" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Change deniers that weren't even being turned into before people weren't willing to say this there now coming out on talking about the questionable science on television and the networks are filled with those voices is well now that's right to sort of the the culture that donald trump has created here where the leader of our country the president of the united states has adopted as official position that climate change is either a hoax created by the chinese or at least something that we don't need to worry about when the overwhelming consensus of the world scientists which includes the us national academy of sciences in every senate scientific society in the us that has weighed in on the matter is that climate change is real it's humancaused it's already wreaking havoc in the form mm of unprecedented heat and droughts and flooding events and super storms record straint hurricanes it's already wreaking havoc and if we don't act now to reduce our emissions dramatically over the next ten years we will go oh right pass that one point five degrees celsius mark that was mentioned earlier will sail past that across the two degrees celsius mark which is again where we have reason to think we will see the worst and potentially irreversible changes in climate so we don't have time to act we don't we don't have time if we are going to avert a crisis we need to bring admissions back down now by withdrawing from paris trump risks again disrupting this process that has been put in place the the paris treaty that will get us on the right path but if we don't bring down our emissions now we're not going to be able to stabilise below dangerous levels of warming well michael man distinguished professor director verse sense than science centre at penn state university want to thank you for being with us acid rain and in england executive director of war on want coming i do thanks for joining us from johannesburg berg chair of africans rising for justice peace and dignity and antonio you has please stay with us because we want to find out your latest expose on what has been happening in north dakota round the dakota access pipeline stay with us live on masami the sun blue god gives me went over to puzzling see kiss until you'll see.

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