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Spacewalkers continue station power upgrade
"Conducted a pair of spacewalks outside the international space station during the week on february. Twenty eighth hour. Kate rubens and victor glover completed a seven hour. Four minute spacewalk. To begin installing modification kits needed for solar array upgrades. Later this year once installed the new solar arrays will increase the station's total available power. Five days later rubens and japan's so each gucci ventured outside to complete the installation up the modification kits and to tackle additional work including the venting of ammonia from the station's thermal controls it
Two NASA astronauts are spacewalking outside the ISS right now
"It's been a busy weekend for astronauts at the international space station. Astronauts on board the international space station were busy outside of their out of this world. Home away from home this weekend. Nasa's kate rubens. Victor glover were spacewalking and working to ready the iss for a new shipment of solar panels. The pair installed hundreds of pounds of support. Beams for the panels are due for delivery. In june nasa says with more people living up there and performing experiments that demand for electricity keeps growing as well. When installed the half dozen new solar panels should up the station's power by thirty percent. Karen mchugh fox
Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new solar wings
"Two NASA astronauts have ventured outside the international space station this morning, upgrading the orbiting labs Power system from member station W. M F E In Orlando, Brendan Byrne reports. NASA's Kate Rubins and Victor Glover will begin installing mounting hardware to support new solar panels for the I s s Nothing wrong with the current panels, but NASA says the station could use an extra boost in power. The new panels launching to the station later this year, will increase the station's power from 160 kilowatts to 215. The football field sized station continues to grow, with Maura users like commercial partners utilizing lab, which means a need for more power. A second spacewalk with Rubens and Japan's Soichi Noguchi is scheduled for later this week. That duel will upgrade parts of the station's airlock and install new cabling for cameras outside the
Astronaut Kate Rubins cast her ballot from space, joining millions of early voters
"Americans. Exercise their right to vote from all over the world and this year one American will do. So from space this is innovation. Now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future astronaut Kate Rubens will be casting her ballot from space for the second time in her career kate occur an expedition sixty, three, sixty, four, crew member was serving on the International Space Station during the two thousand sixteen election as well on election day the county clerk who manages elections in Kate's Home County in Texas will work with a team at NASA's Johnson Space Center to uplink a secure ballot. Kate will. receive a separate email with credentials from the county clerk allowing her to access the ballot. Once her vote is cast, the ballot will be down linked and sent back to the county clerk who has a unique password required to open it. The process is quick and secure as NASA prepares for missions to the Moon and Mars. The agency will continue to ensure that astronauts like Kate can fulfil their civic duty to vote no matter where in the solar system they happen to be on election day
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins just cast her vote — from space
"Kate Rubins has cast her vote for the upcoming election thing is she filled out her ballot and transmitted it from the international space station. Pretty much killing any excuse for not voting important for everybody to vote. And if we can do it from space that I believe folks can do it from the ground to Congress made it legal to vote from the international space station in 1997. Reuben secure ballot was put together by the Harris County clerk's office in Texas and uploaded by Mission control. The county clerk confirms the ballot has been received and Rubens votes have been recorded. It's
NASA astronaut, two cosmonauts, rocket toward space station
"Kate Rubins and two cosmonauts have arrived to the international space station they launched overnight in a Russian spacecraft from southern Kazakhstan. It's the second trip to the US for Rubens, who spent 115 days on board in 2016. What a birthday present for her. Today is her 42nd birthday. This is NASA's last trip on a Russian Soyuz. The U. S. Is transitioning to private spacecraft. First, Taco Bell fans started online petition to save the Mexican pizza. Now Missouri man cashes in on the
"rubens" Discussed on WTOP
"That's Park in capital, One arena are being used as super vote centers in the district. Following criticism there would be no centers in Ward seven or eight, D. C is adding another one at the home of the Washington Mystics in Ward eight, the entertainment and sports arena. It'll be the only super vote center east of the Anacostia River. Federal prosecutors. Description of nine discarded military ballots found in a trash it in northeastern Pennsylvania Elections office has been seized on by President Trump and his supporters. We're now learning that a temporary employee and Luzerne County incorrectly discounted rather discarded the ballots in mid September. County officials say they were unaware of who the ballots were cast for until the Justice Department announced their probe. Some critics say it's an example of the Justice Department politicizing investigations related to balance NASA astronaut Kate Rubins plans to vote in the presidential election from space right now. Rubens is in Russia preparing with two cosmonauts for a mid October launch and a six month stay at the International space station. There's legislation passed a number of years ago to allow astronauts to vote in space. I think a lot of astronauts do this. They feel that it's very important. It's critical to participate in our democracy. Rubens will vote using a secure electronic ballot mission control in Houston will forward the ballot to the space station and relay the completed balance back to the county clerk. Coming up after traffic and weather the most dangerous time of your drive. It's 1 36. The Virginia Lottery has a new game. Thiss is Kino and this is how you play you pick up to 10 numbers out of 80. Kino draws 20 numbers. Then.
NASA astronaut to cast her ballot from 200 miles above Earth
"One absentee ballot, and this year's election will be out of this world. NASA astronaut Kate Ruben says she plans to cast her next vote from space more than 200 miles above Planet Earth. There's legislation passed a number of years ago to allow astronauts to vote in space. I think a lot of astronauts do this. They feel that it's very important. It's critical to participate in our democracy. And Rubens is currently just outside of Moscow, preparing with two cosmonauts for a mid October launch and a six month see if the international space station Most of US astronauts. Astronauts live in Houston, Texas, law allows them to vote from space using a secure like product, Balan.
NASA astronaut plans to cast her ballot from space station
"Leased one absentee ballot, and this year's election will be out of this world. NASA astronaut Kate Ruben says she plans to cast her next vote from space more than 200 miles above Planet Earth. There's legislation passed a number of years ago to allow astronauts to vote in space. I think a lot of astronauts do this. They feel that it's very important. It's critical to participate in our democracy. And Rubens is currently just outside of Moscow, preparing with two cosmonauts for a mid October launch and a six month see if the international space station Most of US astronauts. Astronauts live in Houston, Texas, law allows them to vote from space using a secure like product,
NASA astronaut to cast her ballot 200 miles above Earth
"One absentee ballot, and this year's election will be out of this world. NASA astronaut Kate Ruben says she'll be casting her ballot from a space more than 200 miles above Planet Earth. There's legislation passed a number of years ago to allow astronauts to vote in space. I think a lot of astronauts do this. They feel that it's very important. It's critical to participate in our democracy. Rubens, currently just outside of Moscow in Star City, Russia, preparing with two cosmonauts for mid October launch, followed by a six month stay at the international space Station. In
NASA astronaut plans to cast her ballot from space station
"Says she will be casting her vote from space this year. Kate Rubins and two cosmonauts are in Russia. They will take off in a few weeks for a six month stay at the International space Station. Texas law allows astronauts to vote from space using a secure electronic ballot. Mission control in Houston will forward the ballot to the space station 200 miles above the Earth, and Rubens will email it back to the county clerk.
Scaredy Sharks & The Science of Fear
"Fine. Psalms not even up, your can wake up the whole neighborhood. Time wake up both. Interest you when a jar Brinkley. Ground, coffee. Well. Might, as well. Take you up on that offer. By. Rubens. I'm thinking. Well. Ok Mindy. How about jar of Freshly Ground Kafi Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. At That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. mindy. This is just an empty jar. Where's the coffee? Jar Mindy I know what copy looks like I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar that's because smells are invisible is. Smells yeah. If you wonder freshly ground copy smell, you're going to have to open that jar. Hugh woke me up and got me out of bed for nothing open the JAR IRA. Okay. Visible coffee. What's? Her. In the. Jar Won't open because I. Put a child proof LID on it here. Let me take a crack. Back. Ground. Coffee fell. Hugh kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now we're is the real thing. Oh. I don't know maybe Dennis's Hauser's something Dennis coffey. Boy Do I ever have fresh single origin imported from. Peru's COMERICA region hand picked. Foley Washington Sun dried roast into action, and here we have. Never Mind I don't have copy. All of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. And this one is that super specific convenient stores smell. And this one over here is rotten. That one smells like Uranus. Uranus, the planet it's made up of gas called trajan sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. ooh. Oh. Okay. Scientifically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. To Mindy. These jars. Yeah We see he tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt you're smelling beeps? Purple Root, vegetable, that you roast in the oven and eat on salads turns or poop pink. Well, you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt. What else he got Let me. I know here try this one. What do you think? I think one might be completely empty mindy. Guy, I can smell it from the air. It's lily of the Valley Yeah your tennis. Coach. Is Lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for barring school she said it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved
"rubens" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It might be Rubens. But anyway, that's not even the name is not the point. The point is that I read where they're as interested in developing the land around city field as they are anything else and I'll tell you what when I was doing the Islanders There was this misconception that just because you bought the Islanders that gave you the right to develop the land around the NASA Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and they were stuck with one in particular, hideous group who somehow didn't have all their I's dotted and T's crossed to where they they didn't realize that when they bought the Islanders, they didn't have the right to develop the area around the Coliseum, and they were so incensed by that they essentially took their sticks and pucks and went home and completely unknown. Or the team until they finally sold it again. So you know, beware of what you wish for. When we don't know all the particulars going in. You know what? How he also on that leads me to into another thing Just because and I know everybody thinks he's got, you know, limited money. That doesn't mean he's going to spend it who has more money than Wal Mart. And they didn't spend a penny with us. And with the Casey Royals who has more money than Levi jeans, they owned the Oakland Athletics. They spent nothing. And so you just because somebody has unlimited wealth doesn't mean they're going to spend it. And how do you know he's going to put it? I mean, he might. I don't know. I don't know, Steve calm, But maybe maybe he has wonderful people. How do you know who always going to put around When somebody says he'll put the right people around? Well, maybe your idea of the right people and his idea of the right people are very different people. I just think it's all unknown. Until whomever whomever gets it. I mean, I don't I don't I don't know how you Khun judge of someone just because they were a limited partner. What they do when they when they own the team. I just don't I don't see that at all. And those are two examples. I mean, is that does anybody have more money than the guy that owned Wal Mart? I don't think so in Kansas City has its money in decades. Decades so that reaches for wishing we don't. We don't know who it's going to be. We don't know what their intentions were going to be other than what they'll obviously state as you know, Keeping the Mets or making the Mets is regular contender is possible on all the stuff that you hear from everybody in situations like this, So I've gotta wait and see approach on it and and you'll have to have to say all right, Frank and Rachael in your next up on the fan, I Frank. Hey, Susan. Frank from baking memories. How are you? Fine. I give you some cookies, actually writing too much. I just wanted to call and let you guys know you guys have just done amazing show. I just love every second of it soothes the stories about George and I mean, you guys just amazing together and I'm going to embarrass who's a little bit just to tell you how amazing she is. As a fellow cancer survivor. She met me and enduring hope Week in 2015 when we announce the child that Yankee Stadium I sent very sexual zin to Disney World. Susan hasn't been every year. Always when we announced another child of the stadium goes out of her way to make the visit so special. She's just a gem from beginning to end, and I'm so honored. Have I helped my foundation and I just love your show. You guys are awesome together. I hope that they do this in the office. Do you think that you guys are amazing together? Love it. Thank you, Frank. And how we let me tell you who Frank is. And thank you for the call Frank and won't see it this year. But I will be sending those cookies. Frank is ah Cancer survivor and he started think baking memories for kids. And they sell homemade chocolate chip cookies. And all the money goes to one theory sends a family of a very sick child, Teo to Disney World and this is what this man has done with his life. And so instead of getting Christmas presents for people, you know, going get bath soap or something. I get thes these tins of cookies and they're all homemade, and they're amazing cookies, and it's a story and every every 10 you get the all of it just goes to. Ah, you know the foundation, which sends a family to Disney World every every year, and it's astounding what someone has done. Yeah, it's wonderful. So, Frank, thank you for the call. And you're really, really, really special a ce far as I'm concerned. 877337 66 66 Glenn in the Bronx. You're next up, Glenn. Hi. I'm glad you don't mind Sunday. I love your show is excellent. Great, And I love listening to you on the regular broadcast on the baseball games. I just wanted to make a point about my feelings about all these. You know, Bambi HR. The baseball coming back. You know, like like, just say, is like someone predictable. My feeling is that I don't even take these teams do sports to come back until next year. This is just my feeling. I've been listening to all the sports shows and how you made a comment earlier this morning about Let's just get the game going, You know, I mean, that's your feeling. Like I just want to know what you guys think about how I feel about this like that, you know, just shut.
Andy Rubin's Essential Smartphone Company to Shut Down
"Pretty big startup. Entering the deadpool today essential products the company that had raised three hundred and thirty million dollars to build. New smartphones is ceasing operations essential was founded by Andy Rubin. The former Google executive generally considered the father of Android and so many folks were intrigued by the opportunity to possibly make a hardware platform independent of apple or Google that at one point essential was privately valued at one billion dollars. Essential released a high end smartphone in two thousand seventeen. Nobody bought it and recent rumors that central was working on a smart speaker. Apparently come to not quitting the New York Times in a blog post on the company's website on Wednesday essential said that it had developed a new handset but that there was quote no clear path to deliver it to customers and quote. Essentials decision to shutdown illustrates the CHALLENGES FACING CONSUMER ELECTRONICS STARTUPS. Unlike software companies hardware firms need more capital to buy components and maintain inventory of their products some hardware startups have broken through with hit products. Such as the smart home device maker nest and fit which made a fitness tracker but those companies were eventually sold to alphabet. Google's parent company partly because of the challenges of running a fledgling hardware business and quote. The Times goes on to intimate that several larger companies were sniffing around buying out essential at way under the billion dollar price tag. They mentioned Amazon Walmart. Several telecom carriers quoting again from the Times however interest evaporated in part because of the risk associated with Mr Rubens workplace scandals in two thousand seventeen the information a technology news site reported that he had departed Google after an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate. Prompting Him. To take a leave of absence from essential. To deal with quote. Personal
"rubens" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"He's responsible double for pure solution strategy market development and thought leadership in that area of healthcare in addition to the traditional areas of enterprise. Imaging he focuses. This is on the intersection of artificial intelligence and medical imaging with particular emphasis on the role that it infrastructure plays on both research and translational translational applications. He has spoken at A. I an imaging at the National Hymns Conference regional chapters. Ai Med among other well known conferences. He's got almost twenty years of experience in the storage industry and fifteen plus years experience in healthcare tech. Really looking forward to having having a discussion with him here today and as you guys know we we sort of took on this new approach. We're going to be telling stories. Success Stories and healthier stories and today Esteban is our hero of the story but before we walk through this I want to just open up the mic to him to Welcome welcome Stella. Thanks all really the great being here. Yeah it's a it's a pleasure to have you so tell me a little bit about why you decided to get into healthcare why storage why flash storage edge anymore about that. It's interesting and also somewhat security say was born in Argentina in a pretty family. My father's cardiologists this is my grandfather was a cardiology by. I was kind of the black sheep in that sense in that I didn't want to be a physician immediately. I was more drawn to science science math so I ended up getting a scholarship for college in the US. I studied your math but but I always had something going on with medicine so I became basically. MP In college we had a volunteer squad and so that was so a great way to do both things they face I was been a geek mostly. I uh-huh that everything else second so I got into startups. Even though I lived in Vermont Than You Hampshire. I got into data storage storage with an Australian company. Actually did solid state storage apply. -nology I or a and that was somewhat goes at although that. Set me up for for this path where I did storage for years startups. Then I went to work for one one of the pacts vendors. They were looking for storage key to help them out and their their customers with storage of course very important to have good storage and plenty of storage. When you're doing paxson accident in Vienna embracing all the traditional imaging applications in healthcare and then after a few years I basically came home back to Storage at pure pure called. And I just couldn't say no you're an amazing company doing things in different way. It's been a wild ride and we're just getting started so it's been pretty he. Also that's brilliant man by the way I have a soft spot for Argentina. I been many many times. I did a stint in And Matt Device Where where I was managing Latin America and spent many times when a seitis loved it there? What hospital the Jura folks practicing a lot of public hospitals private the call you know authority S.? There's certainly I can't recall.
"rubens" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Adults ten bucks for kids. Everyone's favourite styles are on sale today. So don't wait. Korean for fifty percent off all jeans sweaters and outerwear at old navy and old Navy Dot Com and soon valid eleven twenty to eleven twenty-six excludes in store clearance gift of the week bringing back in Hanau just stood give a bit of context about the the kind of way ribbons was seen in in Brazil because obviously rollins was the was the great hope in the years after after signer had huge success but their way seems to be this expectation that go out and win every race no matter aww machinery it wasn't it wasn't an easy one. Yes is always scared that low. I see these for part of the public. Those that are more familiar who's motor racing. I think he completely fulfilled these ex expectation. But of course there's always There are always some on persons who don't know a lot about it and they are always Aluru Too certain about what they really don't know but there's there's one one question that I've been waiting for the chance to us. Rubens is sort about his best resort. It's about a moment and the moment I'm talking about is in one thousand nine hundred ninety three that famous. Donington Reese The one on the web at Santa warned that that risk but there was at those days at that the background it was your first season in former one end up to relapse to the end of the race. You had to leave without fuel. How does this race stand in your memory in the moment of that race? You're still rookie. was definitely something that I it stands out because I remember my father telling me asking me how did the first first and the second race go in and said I'm I'm I had failure before I actually did a pit stop so I was so sad. Not Have A pitstop On the those first races in Colombia and Brazil and and then he came to me as a laugh in Donington because I stop like six times and I had six pitstops and and he was just coming more and more and has helming times. We're going to stop because you put questions to you. Know how how you've said on how you happy. And all of a sudden I was in the middle of the race and from the funniest moment I had in that race was that I I couldn't believe leave my eyes that I was too and I could see on the on the screen that Santa was winning and I said Jesus I'm you know I'm doing doing phenomenally here in I. I need to keep going all over sudden I see Santa behind me and I said we'll hit made up. Its top. He's behind I'm I now. So how close the doors. And he had he had a horn he would come pom pom because he was lapping me and and when he went by he. Actually you know Put a hand out just to say. Hey boy hey you still behave there. And I you know he was. He was definitely with his car and his ability. Ability was doing even better in It was sad. I wish I was on that point in. Honestly they're sad moments that I if I could change you know. People ask asked me so many things about Ferraris in the things but that that day I if I could change I would have got back into the because I had a sore back a really really sore back I went to. I went from the moment of the car. I went straight to the To the Dr Place Because I had to have an injection. I couldn't move 'cause I it was still I would. I had a new seats only for the race and it was a bad thing but I I kept on going if I had to see it on the podium. I would have so I. I miss it the other one that I am so sorry about it was Hungary And he was Fifteen I think I think. Ads to the IT is ninety. Five story in fifteen years so many years that I raised that I got confused but ninety five with Jordan Dat I made A. I made a a one last. Stop Work and and And I I you know three laps to the end. I'm third and I would have finished third. I got to the last corner. I went to the throttle in the engine stopped So there was never any smoke on that potential but there was that first first time that they put a thing for the engine not to explode so they had this This this ability to change Chum. Shut off the engine before he put any smoke smoke because it was bad publicity but for me if the engine explode I would have finished the race and I finished rolling in seventh blaze but that that time was still only points for top six and third on the very last corner so I do feel sorry for them moment two and my last moment that I wish it was a something I only have. This three is Brazil. Oh three where I would have won that race by miles and unfortunately I had no fewer on the car to well. I think that these movements that he's talking about and still that the unbelievable pole position in SPA Francorchamps Russia was leaked tires on wet or almost where track where the moments were re were really. Rubies definitely concord respect and for the people who really matter. That's I think that's my answer for your question. Nothing that's very fair but it's interesting. You mentioned Lincoln because that Gary has talked about the reason why Oy I think at the time it was taught about fuel pump but if there's nothing for the fuel pump to pick up and it was down to the fuel. Barrels were smaller than the normal bedtime for to calculate the with the the amount of traction control you had it because normally You go ten seconds slower in them because of that you you you have You spend last Feel just use less fuel but With the traction traction control was coming in so hard that time and And all the problems that Gary mentioned already but it was like a furious because I think that the barrels of fuel was supplied Claude. SLUTTY smaller than normal. Yes they put in the right amount with emerging yes and Hotel Martinez for well. I have run out of fuel in a race at Donnington Park. Okay slightly lightly lower level so you know the feeling. I wasn't running second insight to safer. Yeah can you imagine but one of the interesting things about your career is you did have this kind of long face. Shall we say on the up yet. Some successful seasons Before the Ferrari some graduates ninety four was a huge each season as well just consistent strong performance the sixers the first podium but it it did take a long time fee to get into a car that could that could win. How frustration was that? was there a point where you thoughts on. This just isn't going to happen because he just went in the right place. Especially we'll see when when Johnny uh-huh yeah it's funny I mean You have You make the right choices. for most of the time. And then you make one one wrong choice in you pay the price It that year you could remember the ninety nine season I I put 'em poll on Money Cooler on the on the web. That was a ride. Ride coal to go on and and in qualify. Why in the night? I had a podium. I think it was Imola on the ninety nine car as well and we made the right choices and I remember if he was yesterday that in number Green I was asking the whole time For for a wet track because I was foster on the wet track I was putting away from people in a in all of a sudden I decided to stay on slicks and I had the those to slow laps made me pay the price and finish it out of the first place. I still finish on the podium. which was agreed to a great memory? But I I would I would have much loved to have given. Jackie poll the the first win. But how fun it is isn't it. I was asking for rain. It stay on slick so how You know is Almost contract there is a contrel. vision. On the. It's a but you have merely seconds to make decisions in I. I made the wrong one that time. That is still gave me the third place but the they didn't give him the first one and sometimes just lock. That was everyone's doing different things in in in that race but I guess obviously less less than a year later you made the right decision in that situation to stay on the stay on. Slicks was on your mind what he thought about this last year. No no no I wasn't I I'm thinking whenever he's if that comes on your mind. This is experience and you move forward whenever Comes as regret you. Definitely we make the wrong decision once again so No that that time it was Was very clear to me that Hawkin. I'm was the right decision to stay on. slakes you mentioned I stewart years of say. Three seasons were Overall for a new team pretty pretty good. You'RE AMAZING RUN AT Monaco. WanNa coming in the first year which was which must stand as one of the great performances because they'll either call was good. It probably wasn't maybe second Monaco Good a good show. Cyber sharing. That team didn't continue in the way it should associate with the Jaguars he'd left by that. Yeah it sort of lost a lot nemenzo. And and what made it so. Can you know Gary Anderson very highly about the by the way Jackie Stewart. Let the same in the whole environment in that same it was a it was a proper racing team. Mm should we say by. Clovis it was fantastic because Although the first car was good was a bit bulky and had Had An ancient there was a little too heavy but he was because of the fight on the tires of the Bridgestone tyres though that year was so competitive in the we were we were able to actually put real good efforts and we had great great. Great timing ninety seven and the expectation for ninety eight was grew was good although the engine didn't change We had them really high expectations for the for the carbon carbon gearbox which was the the wrong call because that thing was so so stiff that make the whole the whole rest of the car swerve so and it was funny to me that we've we have fifth place People ask me. How do I remember that? But I don't know how but I remember. We had a fifth placing nine hundred eighty nine nine in Barcelona normally people say if your car runs well in Barcelona who run well everywhere which was completely wrong for us because he didn't go anywhere anywhere well but he win well in Barcelona so because of the movement and That ear was great for We made We've learned so much on jerasia nowadays you have A certain numbers but We changed for skier. And we made you too so much longer and I had a I made. I made the gap from gear to gear smaller. Because I.
Redskins pick up linebacker days after domestic violence arrest
"Was a linebacker for the San Francisco forty Niners. You got into trouble over the weekend on domestic violence charges down in Tampa. And from there the Washington Redskins have determined. They were going to sign him at he was released by said forty Niners more on the story now. Brian Clark ABC news. That's just a quick synopsis. I have what are the details. Now, we'll Tony Reuben foster very talented linebacker from Alabama as you said he had top ten talent going into the twenty seventeen draft but fell because of all feel concerned he was the forty Niners essentially took a chance on them thirty first overall than last off season he was arrested on felony domestic violence charges. His accuser, then recanted said he made the story up. He was also accused of having an assault. Rifle. So he was put on probation. He can't own guns. But then just this weekend with the forty Niners in Tampa hours before a game against the buccaneers. He's arrested at the team hotel for an alleged misdemeanor incident involving that same woman. So the forty Niners announced Sunday morning they were going to cut him Monday. And then Tuesday the Redskins scooped him up and signed him. Well, that's got to be a PR nightmare for the Redskins. But it appears the Jay Gruden the coach of the Redskins in the team ownership doesn't really care about that. Well point though, Tony because Jay Gruden met the media yesterday. But the team ownership Daniel Snyder the president Bruce Allin day didn't they're nowhere to be found. They have not spoken publicly about this. Doug Williams, the director of player personnel for the team. He released a statement saying we talked to some of Rubens teammates from Alabama who are on the Redskins, and they were supportive of this. But two of them have said, no, they didn't ask us anything about Ruben foster. So there are some questions about the what the ownership has to say about this. But that's where the coach Jay Gruden did speak yesterday. He took a. Kind of a cautious approach. We said look there's a lot that has to take place before he plays for us. There's the legal system has to play out the NFL disciplined system and there's the Redskins policy right now. He's on the exempt list. The commissioners exemplify that means he cannot practice or play with the team, but he can attend meetings. Well, of course, there's been some issues with the NFL and players who have had domestic violence issues and this all culminated in policy changes by the NFL. So where's the league now? And this the Commissioner's exempt list is really the main the most recent change we've seen we saw that in response in high profile incident a few years ago where it's sort of a grey area where it's not a player being suspended. It's essentially a a, wink wink suspension where they can't play they can't practice, but they're not officially formerly suspended. It's essentially letting the process play out. So that's where the NFL mainly is right now the league does have a policy, obviously, a zero tolerance policy for domestic violence. So there will be. Disciplined from the Commissioner's office if this is proven to be true. But yeah, it has been an ongoing. Story for the NFL ongoing story really in society, and it's not a good one.
"rubens" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And certainly weren't painting any news, it was even questionable that they would even be able to pose nude for for these paintings and yet them being pictured in this way, presented is still more acceptable. As long as they're not actively involved in it, then it's okay? But we can look at them and appreciate them from from behind a frame the gilded frame. It's all a metaphor. But jumping forward to the seventeenth century the baroque period begins to embrace more, realism example Flemish Peter Paul Reubens who was the seventeenth centuries to female nude dude Rubens was all about some some curvaceous lady nudes. And I I learned about Reubens. Airline when I was a kid because and I need to ask them about this because I have no idea why my parents had this huge Rubens coffee table book that they kept in our formal dining room that we never really went into all that much. I remember playing in there one time as a child randomly and pulling out this book and be like, whoa. Oh, should I even be looking at this? And it was like, yeah. I I don't for my pretty conservative parents. It was a little bit of curve ball to find at the time. But yeah, I kinda you gotta love his fleshy. Ladies he I was just going to say, they're very fleshy. And I was also going to say that. I mean, I think that's your the whole thing about your parents having that book as a perfect snippet of like history and the way that anyone views art and the nude woman that like that's safe. And that's okay. Because it's fine. Art, you know, and it's it's like harmless almost it's not a a magazine. An editorial spread in a magazine or anything like that. But yeah, I mean Rubens Rubens ladies definitely were moving away from that Greek quote unquote, ideal of like literally using math to achieve the perfect proportion both for male, nudes and female nudes and statues, his women and many other artists of his time. Started showing women who? Yeah, they have hips or they have bellies or they have butts. They even have a little bit of cellular. I know it makes me think of us weekly and like showing, you know, those poor celebrity is in their bathing suits and like ours. They're just like us. Yeah. Rubens women. They're just like us. Thank you Rubens around the same time, though Bernini also is using nudity in his sculpture. Although genitals are often covered. For instance. If you look at one of his sculptures Apollo and Daphne it's really interesting because you have Apollo kind of chase. After daphne. And in this context, her nudity is considered acceptable because going back to hearkening back to that classical Greek association of female nudity with vulnerability and weakness, clearly, she is being like caught in one of those vulnerable states, and she's trying to escape Apollo. She's turned away from him rather than toward him to suggest willingness, but you have to keep in mind. I mean, while all of this was going on through the centuries. The Catholic church is definitely trying to put a stop to all of this nudity. All of these naked, ladies and naked gents. You know, they're saying that it's so pagan this hearkens back to some like Greek pagan ritual, and we hated can't you just like put a t shirt on her, you know, or like the sixteenth century equivalent of a t shirt. But anyway, we have so many more great pieces of art to talk about and so much more historic context to get into we come right back from.
"rubens" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"And, but as we talked about Andy Rubens thing that really kind of is something that we kinda can't pass judgment on because they were in an open relationship, or at least in a relationship, even though cheating on his wife. But they were seeing each other after hours in so. Yeah, that that that blow job is that that is an iffy blow job by by far, you you're the one that said it. So that's true. I did. Yeah. And there's another article over at BuzzFeed news, which still shaking my head. This is by Ryan Broderick, and it's called this is how we radicalize the world. And he's a he's a young guy. He's a journalist, and he's been around the world following a lot of the, you know, the elections in the know it all the crap that has been happening with social media because he's been in the places where it's been affected. Most of this article is him just rattling off every place. He's been so you can skip as oh. I was here. I was here. Okay. You can skip that bit. But. The great part of this article is like, yeah, we all saw this coming. We knew it was going to happen. Now, it's happening. And now we're upset about it. And what are you gonna do? What are you gonna do? But it's an it's an interesting read. It really is because I'm trying to get as many of these articles together as possible because since nobody listens to our show. At least we can, you know, get people to read these articles, and send them the friends re tweet them, if you would please so lay people can, you know, get the lay of the land. And we've got another another segment coming up in media candy. That is fantastic that everybody listening to the show needs to share. Right. So moving onto some more Facebook news Facebook, they have a vision for the future, Brian. Yes. Yeah. Your favorite your favorite, less news feed more stories. All right. I mean, that's fine as given given the article that you were just talking about and given what we know. And how it's it's affected everything. This might be a good thing. Because stories are you can't share them so easily. They're there. Are they disappear? Maybe this will solve our problems. I doubt it though, I interested in using Facebook will decrease, and I will blissfully move off from social media air you go. Yeah. Moving stories is moving to stories is actually pretty difficult because they don't know how to monetize them because. Yes. Like, you mentioned there ephemeral, and there's not a lot of key words sometimes because it's video or photos. Yup. And they're going to have to figure that out. Yes. They are. They're gonna have to figure out how to make the money off of it. It's easy to get the people to use it. It's hard to figure out how to monetize it. Yeah. Yeah. Which is fine. I don't care I'm Facebook. So, but and I am inching my way to getting off Instagram. I am so close. I am so close. I it's ironic that you will just end up with Twitter, and you hate Jack Dorsey the most, I know, I know come on back app dot net. I miss app dot net. At least they you know, had a fucking non algorithm Mickley generated time line, right? It's the algorithms that are the problem. That's the algorithms broke the world. They really did. And speak. Breaking things Wisconsin is totally broken. Now. We've we covered this Foxconn deal that Wisconsin made a longtime ago when it first happened, and it was a three billion dollar deal..
NASA, Peter Paul Reubens and Flemish Nassar discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Four five Scientists. Now know what sound the sun makes sense so do we a group of scientists from NASA and the European Space Agency have used data from NASA solar and Helius Feerick. Observatory to nap the vibrations of the sun they took those vibrations, and, translated, them, into, sound scientists say studying the vibrations we'll give them a better understanding of. The sun's layers and complexity I'm Alex and Jen For four centuries the, nudes of Peter Paul Reubens had been known to shock and delight and that's still, holds true today for, his baroque paintings Belgian museums are uniting now in protest against Facebook since they cannot promote. Flemish Nassar's including. Rubens at will for fear of. Failing foul on the social media site's adult content rules and automatic. Censorship I'm Barbara Kusak I'm Dr let.
Suspect detained in killing of Olympic figure skating bronze medalist Denis Ten
"In the death of an Olympic figure skater from context Kazakhstan say neurology Kia assault confessed his, guilt in the presence of an attorney, and linked, to the death, of twenty five year old figure skater Denis ten ten Stanford dispute with people who allegedly tried to, steal a mirror from his car succumbing to his injuries after being transported to a hospital. Tens death prompting national mourning for Kazakhstan's first Olympic medalist and figure skating. He took home bronze in the two thousand fourteen Sochi winter games police say they have also detained a twenty, three year old, man in connection to tens death which prosecutors are treating as, a murder Matt Napolitano Fox News caster say, at least five tornadoes touched down as a, swarm of, storms pumped up in central Iowa yesterday, the, storm, injured at least, seventeen people flattened buildings and forced the evacuation of a hospital there were reports of, more, than, two dozen tornadoes, before cast your say they all likely stemmed from the same handful of twisters the Aspen security conference in its third, day in Colorado with Russia. Relations dominating. The In a panel on whether, or not, we're in a, new Cold War Nina Khrushchev former assistant secretary of state for Europe and Eurasia affairs explained Russia's view of the US I, think the nineteen nineties whatever we think of them they were chaotic in the Russian you if that was a democracy we don't want it, she, said Russians watched the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and agreed. With President Putin the US is not always a force for good. In the world is sort of democratic autocrats the part of with Dick Cheney that we do, what we want because we protect national, security she, said the Russian, view is America is hypocritical when they tell Putin not to do something that they themselves Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News in northern Italy have recovered to painting stolen in two thousand seventeen and Renoir. And a Rubens investigators say they were stolen from the city of Monza. From a pair of art dealers by people posing as buyers the paintings were found in a warehouse in Turin, Lisa lacerra FOX, News Radio From the Florida central credit. Union home loans traffic center we're still looking at bumper to bumper volume across the Howard Franklin bridge and the Gani Birch heading into Tampa prepare for at least a thirty minute ride.
"rubens" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"Answer that too because that's a good game as what but then i was very relieved when it was about other people and i realized i got him i got an answer the trail you just shocked your mouth off so y'all let you answer it good free set you so i i hope if you've read read stephen press villes book the war of art and he talks the whole book about resistant and and what's the things we do to create and and sustain this resistance that stands between us in whatever success in lille talks about his book i know that when i was writing mine is oh man i it was i could come up with all sorts of reasons i'm very slow writer to begin with and then i just agonize over a paragraph that paragraph get keep me occupied for days or hours or i'll just sit in front of my computer so resistance for me first of all it isn't a thing isn't like it's the facebook gorey's baseball or god it's me it is all this on these games that i play inside stories i tell myself about yet you know that's a good idea i think you should spend on base book because you're researching you're really checking you know i got i if i could write a book half as good as war of our about resistance might try it but i think he's got that ground so so well covered in terms of my clients i think my ability to help them work through resistance is strictly born from my own ability to resist in what what do i see i i guess i point to a meeting i had yesterday with a client very successful restaurant tour who we're going over the books for the restaurants and he loves what he does he is no question dedicated but his blind spot is that he really doesn't look at his books that much so when i pointed out is you realize that you've got three employees who make more money than you it was shot he was definitely shut what really because that's not where he he was focused on making sure that everyone who comes into that restaurant is treated well the ployees are treated well the food is good and he loves each part of that but he spending so little time on money well so to me that said a lot about where his some of his issues are i don't know that he really is comfortable making a lot of a lot of money he he's very into run his business like democracy and i said you know what first of all it is not a democracy you own on a percent of business and second of all in my experience and i'd love to hear this from you guys but in my experience employee is really like it when their voss makes a lot of money shows up with a brand new car because to most of them they're not feeling jealousy their feeling job security i'm glad my boss is making so much money that he could buy brand new house in a new car and i'm getting paid while so i'm totally cool with that if my if my boss you trade it in his bmw for a ugo i might worry i don't it's not about well i wanna be honest level playing field with my employees so that was an issue he had and i don't know that we've solve it is we just met yesterday about this but i know that i'm working on him to take as much joy in the result of all of his work that the monitors as as he's taking in the joy of seen people happiness restaurant you know i guess if i were to come into net one thing i think that you want us to your boss is successful you don't want it lavishly quit in front of you but you don't want him running your nose exactly we all may have seen that y'all may have seen that social media mean it's a it's a it's a.
"rubens" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"Good news the good news is tom we're on the air forty one of our marriage so it worked at the end of the story is pretty good so far yes as well and not just that but your kids to you know so i mean in in and clearly it worked so that's great because the the work life balance group would say well that's nuts he's got no work life balance well you know what is a partner and they do have balance because they have agreement they have accountability they have communication you didn't just one day say i leave for work at at six o'clock in the morning and not come back ten without clear does what the deal is you're right let's run nor had harmony and he was any was doing what he's saying he was doing right he was working he wasn't like playing golf like three mornings a week committed yeah what we we've i i'm gonna ssume that we've all been fortunate through much of our business life to do what we love so it isn't like manual labor it's like wow i get to get up and do this again oh by the way they're paying me for it so i like to think that your wife any stay at home mom or dad is that committed in that joyful about what they do 'cause i can tell you i were still and i'm older than you but i still were a lot of hours but and please i don't want this to get around so let's just keep it between the three of us but i would do it for free because i love what i do in every day i get up and i get to do it i don't have to i get to go there and work with these people a love it so yeah i spend a lot of hours doing it wouldn't absolutely if you just i can't imagine anything you can say to me on the positive side okay you just inherited a zillion dollars or it's not gonna change me i'm still going to get up in the morning and go where with my clients because that brings me jaw tom what's the resistance was the big resistance that you find to your two clients as far as accountability or or any of these these big shoes for you well it's funny when you when you started asking a question india thought you were going to what is my resistance what keeps me hold me back yeah we'll.
"rubens" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"In our personal and professional lives in and be present you know in in those areas in a way that allows for us to flourish in those areas as opposed to being this work life balance nonsense which i think is just wrong on every level you know randy what do you think about that no i listen you're you're preaching three chin i you know i you know i'll say amen to that and agree okay you know i think of allen's guys is and for me and we're all mature guys which i think is helpful for context especially people that are just listening to this guessing if you're not if you're not watching the video skins on the wall and all that you know of a three legged stool i can balance pretty well onto legs most people can but one you get two legs up off the floor and it's a no go so whatever those three big things are you know in life at any one point i was i was young father when i had my first ceo gig and i was working eighty hours a week is not an overstatement with two little rugrats at home i had no i had no balance you know the the time of my life the career the price that you pay for the climb the grind it just it was what it was so i think context matters as to at one moment in time something comes off the floor because something else demands your attend incheon and yet i think and tom i i'm curious your your input that harmonising back when i was twenty five in that situation it was in harmony with my life i didn't love every minute of it that didn't mean it was always fun but it was congruent with the overall big picture of what i was trying to achieve and i don't know your situation i the first question i would ask is was that in harmony with your wife's life is that what she wanted our today with i can absolutely unequivocally say you know we boat but we both had an awareness to know that it's this moment in time and and i don't know it's perfectly up for debate eight works still is a big differentiator putting putting in the work and having the patience which i come from a different generation for sure most of a lot of my work is with young adults i happen to love young adults so i don't come from this bias of thinking that well these new kids they don't get it and they don't i think they are so far ahead of us in so many ways it's not funny and i'm frankly i'm envious but i knew a twenty five year old which is way back in the river for me now that some of this is the price you pay so yes my wife understood that d love it no it just it was the time right and so we've all got to do business in the in the in the moment and you know so i'm glad you clarified that for me ran it because really that's a she's on board and you're you agreed that this is where we're going to be right now we know we also know we're not gonna be here forever so as tough as it is we can we can open our eyes and say okay i get it i don't really feel like changing diapers again right now but i know that i'm just putting money in the bank metaphorically for our future in i know randy's out there doing his thing this is my contribution in so you guys were clearly harmonize oh yeah for sure you were doing what you love that hope she was doing what she loved in you're doing more of what you would have liked to have been home to but you did it in harmon and whether or not that was whether or not you would go back and do it the same way it doesn't really matter you were in horrible the.
"rubens" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"Work life balance is such a crock it's a it leads us down a really bad road i think that what we should be seeking in what business owners should be seeking is harmony in my book is all about that it's got life nece harmonize entrepreneurial life and so the this notion of of i've got some some people think that management is telling people what to do for example they think that that's what i do is manager i just tell people to do no i think you'll find that if first of all some of us need some of the business owners i work with need to remember that actually they work for their employees not the other way around and secondly when they encounter in this i see so often when they encounter a problem maybe it's a problem maybe it's a problem customer client they're always look you might be looking for balance all let's let's do what's fair well to me balance implies conflict i mean i don't know about you but the first thing i picture i have when i think of balance is a teacher totter which depending on our own height waiting battles we've got constantly moved to keep that thing level so my counsel is always to seek harmony if you and i are in the midst of disagreement the best thing i can do and usually the first one who does this wins it's like the first person to apologize of guests to be on top again you know he apologized kind of wish i had well my point is let's harmonise so you're singing a song that is totally distance for me we are disa we have a business disagreement there is no way i can tolerate listening to your song and you can't stand mine well we could just sing louder see how that echoes or i can find the i can find the harmony i can find a way to harmonize so that your notes aren't so distant and then what happens when someone harmonizes with us even if it's a like where did that come from that sounds so familiar i love that sound of course i do it sounds just like me someone's harmonizing with me and i find that it with clients if i can get them to reach for harmony reach for an opportunity to sing someone else's on in their key not in yours you've instantly created a friend you've created a colleague you've probably been able to turn around what was previously a toxic employees sing her song saying his song and you'll find it soon enough the opportunity will will arise for them to sing yours so i hope that answers your question i mean i just think that's that's such a common issue in match business of course but in our lives and i try to use all the time for me i mean i try to use it in my life all the time and of course then rubs off on clients one of the interesting things you bring up and love to get your reaction to couple of things one i remember reading a piece a long time ago just talking about this notion of work life balance in such a false construct kimball one i mean did it l it is path to being average at everything you know so but but i think what's been interesting is work life balance has become kind of the you know part of the the language of millennials in particular when they talk about it in fact so i teach number graduate students at rutgers university there they they do these videos they talk about work life balance being poured into the men you know you think about going on a job interview and talking about work life balance to the person who's gonna hire you it's kind of like sending them the message of like oh i think what you do important don't get me wrong but i have things that matter to me too and it's like we'll really that you know that's so what i ask them i said let me i said let me offer this is a way to save the same thing but i think accepted in very different way i would if you said to your employer that i'm committed to excellence in my life both personally and professionally in everything i do how does that feel that's every bet what you're trying to convey from work life balance him point but with a completely different a way that that would be accepted and i wouldn't we be committed to excellence.
"rubens" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"That and that as long as we own that ourselves we have that sense of personal responsibility and everyone shares that than we're all going to do really well we're going to build trust we're gonna do all the kinds of things there were accountability becomes very positive in powerful force is opposed to having something where people feel like they're on their heels being micromanaged vivian looked at in a way that just feels crappy to be honest with the right right so that does this really perfectly because here's the deal how many accountable humans are also victims we don't want we all in our lives encountered victim mentality and people show up perpetually as victims none of in my mind if you're a victim then eliminates you from the accountability group because you're already saying you know my life was great until any showed up in a loved my job and then randy became it's like no it's a choice made the good guy or bad guy i have a choice how i wanna was found him in responding him in allow his tysoe he if he really is toxic to contaminate me my choice is not accountability that's blame that's victim and we gotta get away from that as soon as possible you know hope that answers your questions sort of yeah now and i think this idea getting to randy's point about accountability in the workplace i think that you know you've kind of got into the heart of hot misunderstood it is because it is understood and oftentimes used to your point as a sword as a threat as as opposed to having people take ownership of that in just simply understand that when you create a culture of accountability among employees for example that again mike urrency is terms of my value my respect my everything that i get from my colleagues is about me stepping up you know accepting responsibility that i'm gonna do what i do do pride my work i'm going to do it well and that everyone can count on me to do that and my hope is that through others modeling the same behavior than i can count on them as well and that you know in in terms of the accountability it's kind of be more of a counting on one another as opposed to you know feeling that this is some imposition or some threat i'm glad you you pull the count out of the word because that's that's totally it's on point and the other another piece of this is if i'm living countable life i am i'm clear my communication so you and i aren't gonna be in doubt the the example gave of of your kids showing up we gotta have the car home by eleven o'clock i don't want you sliding into home just under the tag at eleven i want the car in the garage engine off in you at the kitchen table telling me about your evening and but if i don't communicate that properly shame on me and if i don't if let's bring the car home at two o'clock in the morning and i don't do anything about will you know what you you just based gave you carte blanche to bring it on to a glock all the time 'cause i wasn't clear i was one hundred and then i didn't force it i you guys want you guys i know know whoever was it said inspect what you expect well if i don't i don't let you know i.
"rubens" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics
"Colleagues that a colleague of mine i can know whether or not i need to disassociate from him but since it's been so confusing the way that public officials have handled it icon a need to know the details for myself though she find this petition to essentially just release the details of the case from the details at the university had because there's details at the courts have that can't be released because the guy has a rubens happy will yeah and now he is suing the university for firing him anyways right so there's certain details at the courts can't release but the school can release details and essentially her whole point is like i'm the type of person that wants to dissociate from people who are rapist who do not handle themselves well like most people like most people but this is very confusing for me because a court of law said he didn't do this and now this university thing that he did so i would like to know the details so that if he's a rapist i can stop associate with him she has been completely and utterly l'ambassade for this thing that she is like a rape apologised and she's a misogynist and she doesn't believe women when they tell their stories and all this other shack she herself in sarcasm called herself said that she was now conducting a war on women like the misogynistic rape enabling bad feminist that i am that was a joke that she made on her though uh anyway if i think it's interesting because you know once again it's a case in which it's really important that it was like okay i'm going to use them like weirdly religious terminology if you're fighting the war against the devil you have to know who the good guys are and who the bad guys are in order to fight the war well that means that you need all the information and asking for the information does it mean you're siding with the devil it means you need to know who your allies are run this as such.
"rubens" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Uh devendra what about you would have been watching uh a couple of things have you guys heard if mosaic this crazy new product from steven soderbergh it's a needtoknow thing he's doing right so this is going to be an hvo show that they're gonna edit together like normal show i think a january and you'll see it like normal tv show but right now it's kind of like a narrative experiment ceo it's an app that you can watch on your apple tv or iowa's device and it's basically tv show but it has branching pathway so you can choose to watch like um i think after the first episode you could start to choose different paths to follow which basically giving a different episodes with different characters you can't choose lake it doesn't affect the outcome of the show but you can basically change up the order of how you watch it it's can interesting are the app in her face in all of that is available for free on apple tv i was devices who it's pretty cool just in that vein you know to steven soderbergh prodding it looks like a soederberg stars sharon stone paul rubens is in it garrett hedlund like here's a really good cast i feel though like defender none of those those kinds of things ever make something better oh yeah i know that like shoes your own direct now i just just tell me the story please yana order that i should watch it now it's because it's soderberg great this has been attempted before i was a comecon easing back in 2011 when francis ford coppola talked about that crazy thing he was working on rate own movie sitting next to each am we were next each other and yeah it was this man pera movie that he would he wanted to like take it to different theaters and rearrange the scenes on an ipad every night you know remixed the movie every time they forget the name of it with the with them with l fan anything lock now over hill her fell kilmer yeah he was there to vote outweighed right twix sweat with it oh my god away that thing i i don't even know fever ever.
"rubens" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Now it's funny because they said the house the full houses expected vote on its tax bill this week and they had that highlighted so i went to the highlight in which re richard rubens column from november second stating oh okay sometime next week so this is way yeah orix will be that vote on the tax will this week and that was from november second right when he had put that out so we've heard nothing since that that's the latest that they've had on it and i heard nothing yesterday nothing from the house no i i don't because remember they had said possibly as early as tuesday yeah well you also say one point five trillion i mean if you can't if you don't have the votes than not going to bring it to the floor it's not going to happen so my question is the they know with the senate bill gligorov tunnel work to do they knew this last week by the way when they put it out when they put the outline out on thursday and remember it wasn't in in the form of a bill it was just an outline what they were doing was floating the key points of it to see what the public thought about it and then we'll see a bill well i don't know when we're actually going to see a bill and checks form but if they have any hopes to giving this thing john before thanksgiving which i think by the way is ludicrous uh to think that they could get a gun that soon there's just there again there's wait too much that's moving here they're gonna have to keep this thing within the one point five trillion mark and still make mate fairly major adjustments on the senate side and the house is still working on their side okay mcconnell says he doesn't see his senate for this from the hill i went to the hill dot com just because before they been some of the earliest said had vote rights right rand and there's one headline here mcconnell see senate vote on tax reform the week after thanksgiving and then cbo says it cannot do a full score of the tax bill before the actual house votes does that mean that they have updated when the house vote is going to be because i haven't seen that anywhere were they've a updated the congressional budget office says will be unable to do a full dynamic score.
"rubens" Discussed on WGTK
"Jerry rubens and they came to chicago looking for trouble now does that justify some of the police successes no but the truth of the matter is and this is something lawrence i will never forget i before the convention uh and what i was at yale and i know you're at harvard a little bit later but the the chaplain of yale university williams long coffin spoke in the brandford college common room and i'll never forget it he said we are going to be fighting in the streets we are going to have a revolution uh there will be barricades and you have to decide which side you are on but be prepared for violence now he had said this before chicago and it scared the out of me and and then it seemed to be coming true yes who wasn't elements protest movement but wanted to see violence in chicago have so they they believe that we were living in a police state and the best way to exhibit that be for the chicago police to react and so the wasn't there was this you know that extreme edge of sts i'm not everyone in sds was inclined toward violence but some people on the extreme edge your best us wanted to see it and it doesn't mean that they necessarily engaged in violence themselves but they did welcome it as a message delivery system through the television to the rest of us out there uh about the way they wanted us to see the country we lived in and so the chicago police thought they were doing a great job putting down this mob and many of the people are a minor thirty though minority the people in the mob um i'm very glad that this was getting captured on on camera because it was part of the message they wanted to deliver where cutting cutting right back with laurence o'donnell his book playing with fire is posted our website he's going to be speaking in seattle tomorrow night we'll tell you about that what i want to ask he's had there not been that violence had the democratic convention not been in such a disaster would richard nixon still have won the election because i'm not at all sure that's true we'll be right back with laurence o'donnell playing with fire michael medved dot com.
"rubens" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"You also have to serve your listeners so you know that your listeners if you listen to an interview with paul rubens there's a that was a critical juncture in his career so to skip over it or to act like it didn't happen to not asked the question or knowledge at all in the interview i think might make the listeners feel like you dodged the hard question so thriving that's the that's the hardest part in structuring interviews an interview questions is how do you both at eu sort of protect their relationship with the person that you're talking to and make sure you're not one thing out in your serving the audience i reviewed fred willard and you know fred willard also had his own jack off scandal if they've got episodes it'll be called talking jack up scandals with the i don't know why my wife my personal entertainment heroes irked garcia waft and caught up in jack off scam especially fred willard's casing contemporary times when a pretty much any kind of jacking often need to do can be done at home but i asked him about something i don't remember exactly what i ask but i asked him something that was sort of that was again was not like asking him to tell me about what it was like to go into a and adult movie theater but something about you know something about how that changed his career the did i mean among other things he got fired from a tv show.
"rubens" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"With trying to embrace chaos a little bit more and put chaos on your side it's it's a point that i think is a is worth making let's talk about antonio ob boy i was watching the race rubens i sorted gave up turning for home she was so far back i went and move my benach ehlers toward the finish unlike did a doubletake when i saw who that was flying up the rail quite a closing kick huh yet our balafo than uh she does down to the inside and like i mean six jumps feared past four horses and then it was kind of like a foregone conclusion on that she was going to that she was going to get up uh it was pretty impressive um she's a nice warm absolutely and and the the big big winner for chad brown on a day that otherwise seem to belong to to bob baffert and the of course todd pletcher as well super good time out there overall despite my constructive criticisms before it's a day i haven't missed since affect the last belmont i was not out was about ninety ninety five um and i plan on continuing to go as long as my legs will carry me there speaking of belva part little bit of annoying slasher bad news the podcast sponsored trip to belmont on friday i had to cancel there was a problem with one of our sponsors and i was almost just gonna put up the sponsor money myself to make it happen then i looked at the eighty percent chance of rain in the forecast and realized uh despite all the people who did sign up early i was endangered getting buried is.