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Venezuela: Judiciary’s Independence ‘Deeply Eroded’, Warns Rights Probe

UN News

01:24 min | 6 hrs ago

Venezuela: Judiciary’s Independence ‘Deeply Eroded’, Warns Rights Probe

"Humankind has reached a tipping point on the need for climate action. Un secretary general antonio guitarists sit on thursday as new data showed that the world is not on track to slow down global warming disruption to our climate and our planet is already worse than we thought. And it's moving too fast pace than predicted. Mister guitar said the launch of a report by u n and global scientific pun organizations could united in science. We now have five times. The number of recorded whether disasters than in one thousand nine hundred seventy and they are seven times more costly. The un chief added in an appeal for urgent action to address human induced climate. Change in geneva ahead of the world meteorological organization for terry tallus underscored the dangers of record carbon dioxide emissions and rising seawater not the on track towards the parish. One point five two degrees limits although positive things have started to happen and the political interest mitigate climate science is securely growing but to be successful in in this effort. We have to start acting now. We cannot wait for the the we have to start acting already. Doing this. this decayed professor. Tell us said that. Despite a temporary improvements in air quality during the covert lockdowns last year greenhouse gas emissions have returned to one thousand nine hundred nine levels.

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World at ‘Tipping Point’ for Action on Emissions and Climate Change

UN News

01:24 min | 6 hrs ago

World at ‘Tipping Point’ for Action on Emissions and Climate Change

"Humankind has reached a tipping point on the need for climate action. Un secretary general antonio guitarists sit on thursday as new data showed that the world is not on track to slow down global warming disruption to our climate and our planet is already worse than we thought. And it's moving too fast pace than predicted. Mister guitar said the launch of a report by u n and global scientific pun organizations could united in science. We now have five times. The number of recorded whether disasters than in one thousand nine hundred seventy and they are seven times more costly. The un chief added in an appeal for urgent action to address human induced climate. Change in geneva ahead of the world meteorological organization for terry tallus underscored the dangers of record carbon dioxide emissions and rising seawater not the on track towards the parish. One point five two degrees limits although positive things have started to happen and the political interest mitigate climate science is securely growing but to be successful in in this effort. We have to start acting now. We cannot wait for the the we have to start acting already. Doing this. this decayed professor. Tell us said that. Despite a temporary improvements in air quality during the covert lockdowns last year greenhouse gas emissions have returned to one thousand nine hundred nine levels.

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Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio

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NOAA: U.S. Slightly Surpasses 1936 Record for Hottest Summer Ever

the NewsWorthy

01:00 min | 6 d ago

NOAA: U.S. Slightly Surpasses 1936 Record for Hottest Summer Ever

"You thought this summer felt hotter than others you're right it turns out it's tied for the hottest summer on record in the us the us government agency. No us says it has not been this hot since one thousand nine thirty six which was the infamous dust bowl summer between june and august the average temperature in the continental. Us was seventy four degrees. That's more than two degrees warmer than average is in the nineteen. Hundreds five western states. California idaho nevada oregon and utah had their hottest summers ever and twenty one other states rushing from the northeast to the rockies recorded top. Ten hottest summers only southern states had average temperatures. Extreme weather has also been a major problem. Scientists say this summer was one of the wettest on record causing deadly flooding in some states. Meanwhile western states are experiencing a mega drought that has pushed reservoirs to dangerously low levels. Plus wildfires have burned nearly five thousand square miles so far this season. Scientists haven't tracking climate records in the us since eighteen. Ninety-five noah says four of the five. hottest summers. On record have happened over. The last eleven

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Officer Faces More Serious Charge in Daunte Wright Death

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Officer Faces More Serious Charge in Daunte Wright Death

"A former Minnesota police officer who fatally shot motorists Dante right in April is facing more serious charges Minnesota prosecutors are now charging former Brooklyn center police officer Kim potter with first degree manslaughter in addition to the second degree count that she was already facing for the April shooting of a black motorist Dante right during a traffic stop activists were hoping that she'd face murder charges but potter's former chief had said she had meant to use her taser instead of her hand gun Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison reviewed the case and has concluded that an upgraded charge of first degree manslaughter was warranted for the officers reckless handling of a firearm I'm Jackie Quinn

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Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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UN Climate Change Report: It's Not Too Late to Control Global Warming

Short Wave

01:59 min | Last month

UN Climate Change Report: It's Not Too Late to Control Global Warming

"Becky. The main thing. I took away from the big. Un climate report last week was that climate change is accelerating which is really scary. Because it makes it feel like we're running out of time to control the speed and severity of global warming. Yeah totally and we can put some terrifying numbers behind that scary feeling right so the earth is already almost two degrees. Fahrenheit hotter than it wasn't late eighteen hundreds The rate of warming since nineteen seventy is the fastest in two thousand years. The same goes for sea level rise. It's accelerated since the nineteen seventies ex but the science also makes it clear that it is not too late to control global warming. So we're living through a really exciting moment because everything that humans do now when it comes to climate change will have impacts for the rest of our lives. But why is that like. Why should this moment feel exciting. Instead of dreadful to be clear it can feel both ways like a good climate therapist. Okay go on yes. But here's the case for why it's exciting so the earth is on track for catastrophic warming right now so if humans don't cut greenhouse gases quickly we could see five six even seven feet of sea level rise on average by the end of the century but the flip side of that is that if humans do basically stop burning oil and gas and coal this decade next decade. Then that doesn't happen and yeah that's going to be really really hard. But under that scenario sea levels rise a lot more slowly and they max out at maybe a foot which is a huge difference. Right if we're thinking about kids who are in elementary school right now. In coastal cities all around the world. We'd be saving them from life changing sea level rise this same goes for other impacts from climate change. You know if adults alive today can manage to virtually stop burning fossil fuels in the next twenty years or so. Life looks a lot less polluted a lot less dangerous for kids. Who are alive today.

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Man in Love Tries to Break Into Taylor Swift's Apartment

AM 970 The Answer Programming

00:19 sec | Last month

Man in Love Tries to Break Into Taylor Swift's Apartment

"Man under arrest for trying to break into Taylor Swift's apartment in Tribeca Yesterday, Patrick Neeson allegedly entered the building through an unlocked door and around eight in the morning it was spotted by security officer Who called the cops? The 28 year old told police he is in love with the pop superstar. He's now facing second degree criminal trespassing charges.

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The Events Leading to the Boston Molasses Disaster

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:15 min | Last month

The Events Leading to the Boston Molasses Disaster

"The day of tragedy. Two things happened. Which helped influence events i was that a ship arrived from cuba and transferred over six hundred thousand gallons of molasses to the tank. The molasses was heated to make it less viscous so it would be easier to transfer and the amount transferred almost completely filled the tank to the top. It was one of the few times the tank had been completely filled since it was constructed. The other thing which happened. Was that a warm front descended on boston. The temperatures went from two degrees fahrenheit or minus seventeen degrees celsius to forty degrees fahrenheit or four degrees celsius in one day. It's believed the thermal expansion of the previously cold molasses due to the increase in the temperature and the addition of warm molasses from the ship. Put enough pressure on the tank to cause it to fail catastrophically there also may have been fermentation going on inside the tank which would produce co two. Which would also create pressure at twelve thirty pm. The tank burst because of the increased temperature of the molasses and the incredible pressure. It was under in the full tank. The viscosity was quite low. When it bursts out of the tank it did so like water. It wasn't slowly pouring out like you would see molasses come out of a bottle reports. Were that the wave of molasses was twenty five feet or six meters high and traveled at thirty five miles per hour down the street. The explosion of the tank burst with the energy of eight hundred fifty sticks of dynamite rivets from the tank. Shot out like bullets lodged in buildings. The tank couldn't have burst at a worse time. Children were walking home from school for lunch and workers were out in the street. Buildings and elevated railways were hit by the flood and collapsed. Once the molasses burst forth from the tank the non newtonian nature the fluid to kick in now that it was no longer under pressure and exposed to the outside air the molasses viscosity increased and its flow. Slow dramatically once. People were caught in it. It became the fix europe that most people are accustomed to which made it very difficult to get out of the initial death. Toll was only ten people however over the next several days and weeks more bodies were found with the final body. Count reaching twenty one. The last bodies were found four months after the flood because they were swept out into the boston harbour

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Coaches Charged With Murder in Heat Death of Georgia Student

Word on the Street

00:44 sec | Last month

Coaches Charged With Murder in Heat Death of Georgia Student

"To Clayton County coaches now face murder charges in the 2019 heat stroke death of a student athlete, so we think it's a good thing generally that, um they were indicted, says the attorney for Amani Bell's family to WSB Upon learning of the indictment against coaches LaRosa, Maria Walker, US CARRY and White Palmer. The two coaches face second degree murder, second degree cruelty. The Children. And involuntary manslaughter charges. Grand jury calls the two responsible for conducting training in dangerous heat, resulting the death of the elite Scholars Academy basketball player in August 2019 family attorney Justin Miller. There are other people who did things or who were negligent, who need to kind of face some kind of justice for what they did. Edgar trinkets 95.5 WSB

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Understanding Joe Biden's Incoherent Sentences

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Understanding Joe Biden's Incoherent Sentences

"Says that he literally means this, which means he doesn't mean it literally. Joe Biden apparently is unfamiliar with the distinction between literally and figuratively. And then he engages in a grotesque, hyperbolic statement and claims it's not hyperbole. So whenever Joe Biden the rule of translating, you know, the Joe Biden translator because he rarely speaks in coherent sentences for a number of reasons is whenever Joe Biden says he needs something literally. It means he means it figuratively and second when he says it's not hyperbole, it means this is most definitely hyperbole and the most grotesque kind. It's even hyperbolic hyperbole. It's a second degree hyperbole. He says that these Texas voting bills and all this stuff and creating conditions in the United States worse than the civil War. Worse than the Civil war, one of the most catastrophic times in the nation's history, brother against brother hundreds of thousands of casualties Tens of thousands in single battles at times and Joe Biden dares insult You dares dares insult you? This joke of a president. We have this joke, tragic joke on human kind of a president. We have dares insult you by suggesting that this Texas voter bill and what's going on to clean up our elections and creating the worst conditions since the Civil War.

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"two degree" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"two degree" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Two degrees on Peachtree Street. It's 401 Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nixon For Kirk Mellish. With Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up next triple team traffic, Here's Doug Turnbull. The skies looked more threatening than what has come out of them. Fortunately, so most of us would dry pavement this afternoon. But on the south side despite that, we need a hero. Please and police to come Yank this crash out of the left lane Had Stockbridge on the WSB Jam Camp 75 South, about a mile and a half south of I 6 75. It's jamming. This crash is 75 6 75 back to highway 1 38. If you're there's the police have just pulled up. You are going to see Need highway 42 23 is an alternative. People avoiding ju 85 delays that will get to are really hitting it. Downtown 75 85 South is slow the whole way from Lenox Die 20 nor bot takes about 25 minutes from the airport in the Midtown because of earlier 25 issues. Mike Shields Cool Rick Hamburger Traffic Center s right. All in the cop cloverleaf. Good news, though. This earlier truck fire now all gone to 85 E spelled and West spelled the Internet to lose rent the I 75 North bound exit 20. All injured back open on the ranch was seen a big impact on the West Side perimeter. 25 more pounds. General James in north of Hollowell Parkway. Getting up to I 75 25 westbound on the North side Perimeter. The outer look jam back, starting around. Shane Lee done what he wrote. Exit 30 10 miles brake lights getting to I 75 triple team traffic. 95.5 WSB. A slap in the face to Atlanta is the Major League Baseball All Star game is played in Denver tonight. Instead of that truest part. The game was moved in response to Georgia's new voting.

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Feels Warmer  (MM #3765)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Feels Warmer (MM #3765)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. It's been a hot one, warmer than normal. But I've noticed a few people saying that ninety two degrees feels warmer than it did when we were younger, or than even just a few years ago or ninety degrees or 95 or whatever it is. It feels warmer now than what it was when it was a similar temperature and I kind of chuckle. Of course, most people want to say it's because of old deleted ozone. It's because of global warming but I think there's another because in there that people aren't taking into account, it's because they weigh more than what they used to. I know that's my case. I've noticed that me I do get a little warmer days and I was looking back through some Mason minute archives and over the last few years, I've talked about how warm it is and how tough it is for my deodorant to do its job, or to have to dress a lighter than what I normally did before, I don't mind. And the reality is of a big guy, I'm not as big as I once was ten years ago, but still way too big. Of course, much bigger than I was when I was a kid, and that's why it feels warmer. We can't blame it. All on climate change. We gotta take some responsibility ourselves and I'm the first one to admit that wage.

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Feels Warmer  (MM #3765)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Feels Warmer (MM #3765)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. It's been a hot one, warmer than normal. But I've noticed a few people saying that ninety two degrees feels warmer than it did when we were younger, or than even just a few years ago or ninety degrees or 95 or whatever it is. It feels warmer now than what it was when it was a similar temperature and I kind of chuckle. Of course, most people want to say it's because of old deleted ozone. It's because of global warming but I think there's another because in there that people aren't taking into account, it's because they weigh more than what they used to. I know that's my case. I've noticed that me I do get a little warmer days and I was looking back through some Mason minute archives and over the last few years, I've talked about how warm it is and how tough it is for my deodorant to do its job, or to have to dress a lighter than what I normally did before, I don't mind. And the reality is of a big guy, I'm not as big as I once was ten years ago, but still way too big. Of course, much bigger than I was when I was a kid, and that's why it feels warmer. We can't blame it. All on climate change. We gotta take some responsibility ourselves and I'm the first one to admit that wage.

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North American Heat Wave "Virtually Impossible" Without Climate Change

BBC World Service

01:30 min | 2 months ago

North American Heat Wave "Virtually Impossible" Without Climate Change

"United States and Canada, at the end of June, would have been virtually impossible without climate change. Last week's heat dome above British Columbia Washington State in Portland, Oregon, smashed daily temperature records and led to dozens of deaths. We can speak to Frederico Auto from the World Weather ATTRIBUTION Initiative, which published this report. Welcome to the program. Usually we We think of scientific reports of coming out months, perhaps even years after an event this is Quick determination. What have you found? We have found, um that first of all, this event is extremely rare. As you have said Those records have been smashed, so we have seen records broken but up to five degrees Celsius. So that means that everything we have observed so far is is very different to this event, which makes it difficult to estimate exactly how likely this event is. Our best estimate is that in the world we live in today, It's about an a one in 1000 year event. But without human and used climate change. It would have been virtually impossible to occur. But what we have also looked at is that in a two degree world so North 0.8 degree warmer than we have. Today. This type of temperature could be reached every 5 to 10

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Gwendolyn Stegall on NYC's Lesbian Bars Since 1910

GayBarchives Podcast

02:24 min | 2 months ago

Gwendolyn Stegall on NYC's Lesbian Bars Since 1910

"The show wendelin. Thank you for having me. I understand that you have a kind of unique background being an architect and the in the field of architecture and yet your master's thesis was based on the history of lesbian gathering spaces in new york city That seemed like a little bit of an unusual bland. It's not something i would expect. The average person with their eyes set on architecture to be doing as a master's thesis just to clarify the master's thesis was for my historic preservation degree. So i i had two degrees architecture and historic preservation So this was part of the preservation work but even for preservation. It's an unusual topic. I will say that preservation as a field is broadening its scope it started as preserve penn station preserve the beautiful buildings that are in danger of disappearing. And there's still a lot of that and still a lot of you know houses. A founding fathers and things like that but The story is starting to expand as in many fields We are starting to tell deeper stories and more stories. So you know if you have a historic house museum for example the story of its gay occupant. Maybe was never told. And now it's starting to be told or if you have a house of a slave owner. The stories of the slaves are starting to told things like that. So the field is expanding. And i see my work as part of the expansion of this field. And i very lucky to have many wonderful allies in this work in new york and certainly It's a place where the idea of historic preservation has a field is growing quickly. So

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Derek Chauvin Sentencing Set for Today

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Derek Chauvin Sentencing Set for Today

"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvet faces sentencing later today and the death of George Floyd Eric Chauvin was convicted in April of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for pressing his knee against George Floyd snack the sentence could be as much as thirty years and former federal prosecutor David wine stain things the forty five year old may get something close to that I'm expecting it it's going to be at least a cop and the odd line actually almost as high as the statutory maximum number although he's been convicted of all three counts you can only be seven some of most of the year which is what carries that statutory mac prosecutors are asking for a thirty year sentence while defense attorney Eric Nelson wants probation I surely after

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State Seeks 30 Years for Chauvin; Defense Wants Time Served

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

State Seeks 30 Years for Chauvin; Defense Wants Time Served

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the state seeks thirty years for the former police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd according to court documents filed Wednesday prosecutors are seeking a thirty year prison sentence for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd but defense attorney Eric Nelson is asking that shall then be sentenced to probation and the time already served Sheldon was convicted in April of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for pressing his knee on Floyd's neck for about nine and a half minutes as Floyd said he couldn't breathe under Minnesota law he will be sentenced on only the most serious conviction second degree manslaughter chauvinist Gadgil to be sentenced on June twenty fifth hi Mike Rossio

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"two degree" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

03:35 min | 5 months ago

"two degree" Discussed on 5 Things

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"two degree" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We have sixty two degrees and rain covers most of the tristate except for a small patch on the west side no there is rain just about everywhere in the heaviest of it is in northern Kentucky moving across the river through for Thomas through highland heights and into new town terrace park and Milford so we're getting the rain that we need and it's going to be that way through the overnight hours and sixty two degrees right now in Cincinnati we've had a couple shootings today one of them it happened in the seventeen hundred block of fine street in over the Rhine AT twenty eight year old man was killed there were two suspects Cincinnati police are still searching for them in Oxford a seventeen year old shot in the fifty two hundred block of college corner pike that victim was brought to the hospital by helicopter couple of teenager shot at Hawaiian terrace in Mount Airy recovering from their injuries they were hit last night seventeen year old boy in a thirteen year old girl and no word of any arrests yeah governor to whine taking more action tomorrow regarding gun violence as it stands right now Ohio lawmakers have roughly two dozen bills related to guns that are pending in their chambers on Monday governor to wind is expected to go into detail about how the legislative proposals that he made in the aftermath of the Dayton Oregon district mass shooting would work more specifically along with support for a red flag law and expanding background checks the governor is also voiced support for making available more beds at psychiatric hospitals I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports the bangles up a rookie Kyler Murray ran for a touchdown and led the drive design Gonzalez's thirty one yard field goal at the gun is the cardinals get their first win of the season nipping the bangles twenty six twenty three at Paul Brown stadium Cincinnati falls to a one five on the year other AFC north action today had Baltimore nipping Pittsburgh in overtime twenty six twenty three Cleveland plays at San Francisco tomorrow night college football Cincinnati Bearcats ranked twenty fifth this week and the Associated Press poll baseball nationally division three series game three Atlanta wins at St Louis tonight three to one Braves lead that series two games to one Adam duvall the former red cap the Atlanta three run rally in the ninth with a two run single bill Denison seven hundred WLW sport this news brought to you by R. and L. carriers offshore shipping next updates coming up at eight thirty hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW Hey it's me Harley owner window nation you know it's important to us that our customers are comfortable with your purchase and my brother Eren agrees right Aaron definitely we want to win this be a perfect fit for your home and.

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"two degree" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy two degrees in Boston at seven o'clock good evening I'm don Huff here's what's happening a certain man in custody in a fatal hit and run in that town earlier this week Shane Newman in custody in the death of jogger Daniel dilemma sudden police chief Dennis toll says tips help in the investigation we probably gathered up probably over fifty to have sort of during the course of the investigation and that many of our more local and many of them stem from far away is out of state as well Newman due in court on Monday the state's second human case of the mosquito borne Easter neckline and self awareness health officials say he is a man between nineteen and thirty from Grafton an eastern western county ten community as of now raise their wrists levels are critical for Tripoli Hopkinton Grafton north bridge shoes very south pearl Upton Westboro eastern Norton and Rainham WBZ TV is Michael a cross tells us that sort of Tripoli is not stopping families from enjoying day one of the one hundred fifty second Marshfield fair a fair runs until ten o'clock each night organizers say the Intel with serious Tripoli threats like this in the past which is why they're prepared to keep the ground safe Marshfield at moderate risk for triple leave a twelve year old boy as at a Boston hospital after being hit by a car while riding his bicycle in Haverhill voice suffering serious injuries after being struck on four wheel drive police say at this time no charges have been filed against the driver in Rhode Island an employee at the wire detention center resigned today after being put on administrative leave a spokesman says captain Thomas would worth resigned amid an investigation into a truck driving into a group protesting federal immigration policies two people hurt one seriously the prison like this afternoon confirming what worth was driving that vehicle the Coast Guard investigating the grounding of an M. B. T. a ferry near Long Island it was on route from hole to Boston a T. spokesman says the captain was forced to take evasive action after being cut off by a sport fishing boat four people were injured a ruling from the New York City medical examiner on the deathly in jail accused child trafficker Jeffrey up steam here's ABC's Erin to Turkey Jeffrey abstains.

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"two degree" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"When do we start adopting right so is interesting. I was over the weekend. I was reading a book called clinic casino by william north houses. The nobel prize is in economics winner talking specifically about sort of the range of outcomes that are possible here one of the things that makes the conversation so difficult is that there is this wide variety of outcomes that are possible symbol and there are i would say unrealistic assessments of what we can do and more realistic assessments of what we can do so for example the copenhagen accord's suggest that we are supposed to keep to a two degree climate change maximum. It's not going to happen. I mean north house makes clear that there's effectively no chance of that. He sort of suggests that we aim for four degrees celsius. They're real time costs to the stuff that we're doing now. We have to weigh those against the future costs that may accrue to an economy that for example will be a lot atmore developed in one hundred years. A lot of places that are impoverished now will presumably not be impoverished after one hundred years of development but the cost that we're talking about incurring now are costs that will be incurred right now and largely actually not by the people who are who are talking about like right now. We're talking about the people in the first world. We're gonna read your book are going to watch the show but the people who really <unk> are gonna be cost the most if we cut back on carbon fuels for example are the people in the second in the third world people who are living lifespans of forty forty five years and who are burning dung for for fuel and so in weighing the risks and the and the costs and the benefits. I feel like it's the the conversation has become too simplified. There are folks that just say we need to act now and it's it's chemotherapy and then we don't define what the chemotherapy looks like who actually pays the cost of the chemotherapy and what the possibility is that the cancer is actually liberal and this is where you know the without treatment. You mean livable with treatment. Well depends on the treatment so there. There are three types of treatment in in my view. I think north house is right on this and he says that to break it down. There's adaptation which is the idea..

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"two degree" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on KTRH

"Two degrees of the K. T. R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center KTRE today's time twelve all one Russell Westbrook is officially a Houston rocket the point guard was formally introduced at Toyota center and squash any rumors about friction with superstar James harden men Jane's been friends for many many years since I was ten actually we play with each other for for many years in Oklahoma City and to be able to wear something out of it a sacrifice some parts of your game and we will understand them he says he's looking forward to the next chapter of his life with the Houston Rockets with summer in full swing texts is beach goers should be aware it may not be safe to go into the water a new report by environment Texas research and policy center find swimming in polluted Texas beaches can make you sick last year one hundred forty one beaches across the state had water pollution levels that put swimmers at risk of getting sick at least on one occasion last year that's according to the new report earlier this week the city of Houston approve the consent decree with the environmental protection agency to invest two billion dollars in upgrades to the city sewer system to prevent frequent sewage spills the city also currently considering creating incentives to promote the use of green infrastructure such as rain barrels rooftop gardens permeable pavement which capture rain before picks up waste and enters water ways archery Morton newsradio seven forty K. terror H. Harris County sheriff's investigators are still trying to piece together what led to a man hunt in a neighborhood near FM nineteen sixteen Kirk and all a deputy responding to a domestic violence call found himself in a shootout with the suspect was allowed into the front door started to go inside the residence at that point he received fire what we believe from a shot gun inside of a bedroom the suspect shot through the bedroom door.

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"two degree" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With a high of ninety two degrees. From channel nine eyewitness news. I'm meteorologist Cassandra. Creamy. Now, SafeTouch Security triple team traffic going to crash on I four westbound near the turnpike, where the vehicles are on the right shoulder, yet delays all the way back to orange blossom trail that's gonna take you about twenty minutes to get through those slowdowns. I four westbound also about ten minute drive time for four thirty four to just after four thirty six eastbound ten minutes Osceola Parkway to five thirty five and watch out for a crash on the four white westbound on the I four rampant blocking the right lane there. This traffic report brought to you by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. Visit rocket mortgage dot com. Licensed in all fifty states. Equal housing lender. NMLS number thirty thirty. With traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning, we're helping you get to work on time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Brian Kilmeade, news ninety six five WDBO promises to break into my show with red alert traffic report. Because when you're the one behind the wheel stuck in a major traffic problem, we know it grinds on your patients. That's why we tell you what happened, how much time it'll add to your drive and the best possible way to get around when you're stuck in traffic. We're with you. This is where Orlando turns first for frequent traffic alerts, news, ninety six WDBO. The Brian Kilmeade show. A news ninety six point five WDBO much. The Friday edition of the show closing at a wild week with president overseas. We'll talk discuss that day. And what's happened here is day comes for the border and tariffs while with Mexico, we're gonna do a simulcast on television. In thirty four minutes on America's newsroom, you'll see what I look like and we have Admiral James, Stavridis in studio, rare treat for a very good reason in Admiral, you're here, we have a huge issue. This is for the second straight day. We'll watching the Russians get extremely close to us in terms I in the air today in the see, I wanna discuss that with you. We're looking at the video right now. So let's get to the big three I..

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"two degree" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Have the mash. Up with rocky in the town. And here we go. Get them out towel give this hour. Good. It's funny because I I don't know why there's many aspects of that. I love I love Natalia laughing off. Stir up everyone laughing. I love the. By the way, that goes down as me not giving him a towel. Just gave a towel. I needed to have it draped open. But to be fair to me. I was just kind of kind of unfolded in sort of half came on folded put game a town. She's yelling at seventy two degree. She said seventy two she she should've been it should've fifty two. It was fifty fifty two. Sounds like seventy I 'cause it's I heard seventy two it was fifty two degrees. This is gonna be young. I just got out of the pool, and it was just standing there. So. Can't be that bad. I don't have to like, I'm fine. You can do it. I could see her in on him around Tijuana. Now, I guess. Yes. I love. Down. Just as one thing. I'll play the whole thing. I want to hear halting, and I like the whimpering. How? Seriously. What you do you right up to her thousand shower? I don't dump there is a a boiling pot of British room in immediately. Yeah, I don't know. I don't care because he's fine. Like, my that's my only care about stuff that matters. Right. Course. He's fine. Well, that's how I work. Yeah. It doesn't make you don't get sick. 'cause it's cold outside. I have to deal with that. Entire the toll lives like you. Gotta take sweater get Colt. It's going to get cold. It's not you don't get a cold from being cold. Well, so you didn't fat. Yeah. It's a weird. It's a weird thing. Evan thirty seven. Fairfax virginia. He added on it's going on man Ason, drew. Hey, I've been listening over twenty years guys. Thanks, man. Yeah. I grew up in so Cal. So I was love line Kayla's sex. And then the pod what are you doing? Fairfax now. In the military army and for.

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"two degree" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on This Week in Science

"To warmer summers. So used state level measures of agriculture productivity that capture how inputs the inputs. Being things like seeds feed fertilizer, herbicides are converted into economic outputs the stuff, what's they got out of it. Researchers mapped that information against fifty years worth of climate data nineteen sixty two thousand four and seeing what would happen if whether it was treated as an additional input to that data set. So the results showed in esscalation of climate sensitivity in the midwest. In the periods of nineteen sixty nine hundred seventy s and so it was a two degree celsius rise in temperature during the summer resulted in eleven percent drop in productivity. So that's pretty significant. It's it's it's a multiplier you get to degrees. Get eleven percent drop after nineteen eighty three the same additional rise in temperature caused productivity to drop twenty nine percent to now you have like this. You're watching this scale, and it's increasing the negative effect with the same rise in temperature. While these damaging summer conditions only occurred six percent of the time researchers indicate that an additional one percent. So she's warming would more than quadruple their frequency. So it's not just present of the negative output would quadruple the frequency of the negative vent to roughly and their estimate once every four years so with with climate change with the like only one or two degrees sort of conversation. I always kind of talk about fevers. Hey, so like your body temperature is ninety eight degrees issue ninety nine one hundred. You're not gonna feel too good. You might go home early from work.

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"two degree" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That'll take a really, really long time probably over centuries. But if we don't want sees that are two hundred feet higher will need to pull up short of two degrees. Now, right after the the Paris accord, resigned. Number of representatives from much smaller nations were came out and said, you know, these impacts are going to be hitting us much much sooner than two degrees, and we really need to think about ways of halting warming before that the president of the Marshall Islands called two degrees of warming genocide and that is that's started a conversation both among the scientists who are working in this on this report. And generally in the scientific community, there's been a lot more research just over the last couple of years about this particular question. Like what would the world look like at one point, five degrees. What were the world look like at two degrees and this report. Is basically the IBC's version of that. So they are saying that first of all, one point, five degrees which they say we're going to get to by about twenty forty is considerably worse than the same body had had said it was before that the impacts on food production and food. Stability and security is going to be much worse sea levels going to be worse. The effect on on climate refugee is going to be much higher, but also that. As the president of the Marshall Islands, sort of predicted, and the people like him predicted in two thousand sixteen that the climate impacts of two degree warmer world are so much higher that really, we absolutely absolutely need to halt warming well before two degrees. If we want to avoid a truly catastrophic climate scenario now, now I should just so that people can can can can picture this two degrees of celsius. If I'm not mistaken, is about three and a half, maybe three point, six degrees Fahrenheit. Is that right? Yeah, exactly. Okay. So just so that people get a sense of like what, what we're talking about, you know, I none of us can feel that it's we're just talking about the locations of it around the the world as an average. We will feel it on a daily basis. Well, and it's, you know. It's the main impacts are not on the average day. It's that they dramatically expand the possibility for extreme events. So this past summer we had this basically unprecedented global heat wave hundreds of people dying all across the world in a way that lasted a few weeks. You know, as in the Middle East in northern Russia in Canada, in the US in Japan, and literally that had never happened before in human history..

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"two degree" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"We would love to be doing more work for middle income part of the market in the world, the lower income part of the market in that part of the world to do that, you really have to have a local government that's committed not only to making Landale -able and supporting foreign investors who want to come in and service that part of the market, but also the half to have a government that's credibly committed to dealing with the housing finance issue. Because if you can't take. If you can't offer somebody financing terms over fifteen twenty twenty-five thirty years at an interest rate that. Reasonable. It really doesn't. It almost doesn't matter how inexpensive you make the house, the earning power in that part of the world is such that you just you. You can't make it work without without some sort of commitment to financing over-long. It sounds like that that two degree from the finance side of things, in many cases, the conversations that that Bob just laid out are are truly four. They don't even occur between financial elements and governments. No, that's exactly right. I mean, I'll point out a few things. So one I'll mention is that you know, we typically able to finance about seventy percent of the cost. So the the buyer you're typically comes up with about thirty percent down and we finance the rest. The other thing, you know the way the way you know, Bob laid out the way it was traditionally done all absently, correct. One thing I'll point out there is because you know traditionally wasn't any financing available. These houses that Bob describe that are built over five years or ten years or whatever the period of time may be. You can imagine they were built very piecemeal because it rebuild as when the the person you're had money. So maybe it have, you know, two thousand dollars this year, three thousand next year. You get this house, you know, sort of built piecemeal overtime. And essentially what we're doing is from finance perspective is with taking these Colin best practices from the US in other parts of the world and trying to apply them there. And you're absolutely right. These are concepts that you know really just don't exist in in country. And so there's a lot of. Call it education or really just getting people up to speed certainly on the finance side, but but even in Bob Kentucky, talk to this even on the house side in terms of expectations of of the quality of a home or how quickly it will be built or what the process is to get the keys to it. You know, all those sorts of things for me, personally, that's one of the things that I find very fascinating here. These things that we sort of keeps for granted, you know, living in the United States in terms of just walk down to get a mortgage and go, yeah, that's not the way it works there. Knowing some sense we're having to, you could say, reinvent the wheel, but, but it's actually a lot of fun to find that we own this. So how realistic do you think is it right now? And maybe you know you have a timeframe in mind of being able to have these type of significant conversations with government entities in this part of the world, whether it be nationally, whether be regionally within a country, how realistic is it right now? It is realistic. We are engaged in discussions with. With with the government of Guinea and and and have have looked at the government programs in some of the other countries in the region. Some are further along than others Senegal actually has a Housing Bank that has branches in Columbus, Ohio, and New York and Philadelphia. So so they, they have done some work to be able to reach out to members of the Senegalese Diana's bro that are that are spread out around the world and create a support of buyer financing for for some projects. There. So there there are some some countries that are that are that are moving an encouraging direction. There are other places where there's a lot of work to be done. The the, you You know..

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"two degree" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on 1A

"It won't be corrupt. You know, he's, he's definitely more tied to the religious parties and then that's a transition for him and he he used to not be correct. Right, correct. You know, he's, he's now an ally of these sort of more hardline parties in a way that the two more moderate parties had kind of rejected that that element of Pakistani politics, two degree. And so that's that's certainly part of his appeal. And also, as you mentioned, he's has kind of an alliance with the military here that you know is more their opponents of the ruling party, but but sort of out of necessity have become. Supporters of his and so that wrangling behind the scenes certainly helped get him to the strong position that he came out in the auction and yoke. Barbara mentioned, we have a former prime minister in jail Nawaz Sharif and and he had represented. I think it could be argued. He represented the kind of leader that the west might like Pakistan to see more of in that he was downplaying conflict with India. He was he was not as responsive to Islam, est interests as previous prime ministers. And what does it indicate that he's in jail, and he represented those policies and now he's Khanna stepping up with somebody who actually is quite pathetic to these Llamas. 'cause I mean, it's very interesting. His family actually in the run up to the election, referred to as a soft coup and describing the role of the military. The military Pakistan has overthrown the civilian government on multiple occasions, their reports that the military had put itself behind him, run con that it was sending people. Either covertly or overtly to polling places to say, vote for him that they were trying to force opposition candidates out of the race. It's important understand about Pakistan for people who may not be as familiar. The two most important player sort of players in it. By far are the military and kind of religious establishments last religious than AmEx. In the country. Eamonn con smartly has managed to link himself to both. So he has support from the military. He used a phrase describing his campaign of creating in his logic, welfare state with a specific phrase used, and that has a real resonance to it because that implies a lack of corruption. The appeal of Islamic parties in much of the world is that they are not seen as corrupt, and it implies the state will no longer steal money, but we'll set better schools which he talked about better hospitals, which you talked about better roads, which you talked about it. And so if you melt those things, you may not be no Sharieff in terms of your outward facing, you may not be the country at the leader of a country that the US might want, but you are someone who exactly hits with sort of tonal perfection. What a Pakistani wants to hear, which is non. Corrupt suitably respectful of religion, and has some relation with the military that implies they will not overthrow him and Barbara. All three of you now talked about the role of the military. So for for the initiate to the issue of Pakistani politics, the thing that they should know about the military only that it's large but that it's influential. But my real question is, what is it got going for it that gives it this role in society is it? Is it a matter of efficiency? Organizational ability is is sort of raw patriotism. Is it a sort of respectability that the military has? What is it. The military, I think, is the strongest institution in the country, and it very much sees itself as the guardian of Pakistani nationalism and has a sort of disdain for civilian politics in the civilian governance has been very messy and has been very corrupt. And when I was there really felt like the military was almost like a colonial power like fell outside. Its military bases was, you know it was sort of chaos, and it was the one who could bring order and has there's some truth to that. Yeah, I think there probably is some truth to that, and it has also exercised power not only as we been discussing it here, but in the.

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"two degree" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on PTI

"The fact of the matter is they are driven by the desire to win which is what makes sport great so y you know it puts you in a little bit of a box the second problem and i think shifts a great example of it is you don't know how changes are going to turn out on the field when shift started to happen and we've gone in the last decade from twenty four hundred pitches in a year where you have a shift the thirty six thousand literally i mean it's amazing change everybody said it looked great athletes right they're gonna just and they'll just start hitting a ball the other right well they were two or three right they are great athletes they adjusted but the adjustment was to hit it over the shift as opposed to go the other way and why because the analytics tell you that the homerun you hit is worth more than the base it than goes all the way tony clark and baseball going to fight you over trying to get rid of the shift no i really don't believe that this issue where there's there's going to be a fight i think what we need to do and we have been after tony to get at it to be candid with you we need to get in a room we don't need to be talking about publicly we need to be talking to each other about how we see it and how the game should be managed going forward so when you look at those things i mean last year it was the pitch clock right this year it's defensive shifts at some point we're going to return to relievers in the fact that in the six seven eight thousand nine hundred can bring in a guy who throws one hundred and five miles an hour so if rules are changed baseball is the sport in america that that looks to the past more than any other sport that seems to have its feet grounded in all of that history and players do seem to me more resistant than your sport than any sport how did how do you do it i think he'd get around i wanna be clear about this i mean shifts are one issue that needs to be talked about i mean there are a variety of them that have emerged we're no further along than than than any other one but i think what you have to do is you have to get players to think about even there career right conversation with a young player in the all star game certainly young by any of our ages and i said is the game different from when you came up he said oh my god it's as completely different than when i came up by years ago it's just being played differently so once you stab stabbed that then i think what you have to say to people's look i'm not changing the game i'm managing the organic change that's going on in the game it's not me that's driving it it's the competitive fire that's making people smarter about how the game should be played and we have to decide is there a point in time when you want to step in and stop that so let's get to one of the great issues because again you have the you have the protectors of the game who hate that flips where's the commissioner on bad flips you like them or you hate them i think it's really important for our players to demonstrate emotion on the field i i really do i think that in today's entertainment invite we have to be competitive and i think our fans have been pretty clear that they like our player showing a little more motion i want to narrow this down just for second to ask you about my trout who for a great player is having one of his great seasons and yet he's almost doing it in two degree plant in southern california in obscurity is there anything that base did you personally think about in terms of raising his profile all we don't want to focus on mike but the.

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"two degree" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on PTI

"The fact of the matter is they are driven by the desire to win which is what makes sport great so y you know it puts you in a little bit of a box the second problem and i think shifts a great example of it is you don't know how changes are going to turn out on the field when shift started to happen and we've gone in the last decade from twenty four hundred pitches in a year where you have a shift the thirty six thousand literally i mean it's amazing change everybody said it looked great athletes right they're gonna just and they'll just start hitting a ball the other right well they were two or three right they are great athletes they adjusted but the adjustment was to hit it over the shift as opposed to go the other way and why because the analytics tell you that the homerun you hit is worth more than the base it than goes all the way tony clark and baseball going to fight you over trying to get rid of the shift no i really don't believe that this issue where there's there's going to be a fight i think what we need to do and we have been after tony to get at it to be candid with you we need to get in a room we don't need to be talking about publicly we need to be talking to each other about how we see it and how the game should be managed going forward so when you look at those things i mean last year it was the pitch clock right this year it's defensive shifts at some point we're going to return to relievers in the fact that in the six seven eight thousand nine hundred can bring in a guy who throws one hundred and five miles an hour so if rules are changed baseball is the sport in america that that looks to the past more than any other sport that seems to have its feet grounded in all of that history and players do seem to me more resistant than your sport than any sport how did how do you do it i think he'd get around i wanna be clear about this i mean shifts are one issue that needs to be talked about i mean there are a variety of them that have emerged we're no further along than than than any other one but i think what you have to do is you have to get players to think about even there career right conversation with a young player in the all star game certainly young by any of our ages and i said is the game different from when you came up he said oh my god it's as completely different than when i came up by years ago it's just being played differently so once you stab stabbed that then i think what you have to say to people's look i'm not changing the game i'm managing the organic change that's going on in the game it's not me that's driving it it's the competitive fire that's making people smarter about how the game should be played and we have to decide is there a point in time when you want to step in and stop that so let's get to one of the great issues because again you have the you have the protectors of the game who hate that flips where's the commissioner on bad flips you like them or you hate them i think it's really important for our players to demonstrate emotion on the field i i really do i think that in today's entertainment invite we have to be competitive and i think our fans have been pretty clear that they like our player showing a little more motion i want to narrow this down just for second to ask you about my trout who for a great player is having one of his great seasons and yet he's almost doing it in two degree plant in southern california in obscurity is there anything that base did you personally think about in terms of raising his profile all we don't want to focus on mike but the.

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"two degree" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"You've seen another instances that you've seen this change this move to to really force this type of of negotiation of arbitration moving forward i think it's it continues a trend where this court as well as state and federal law have been relatively permissive toward these kind of arbitration agreements so it's it's it's one data point along a trend that i think makes it easier for employers to to structure agreements that force particularly employee's without much bargaining power those who aren't in unions who aren't highly paid professionals into into arbitration agreements that may be a disadvantageous forum randy i agree with that yeah i think the the court has been favorably disposed towards arbitrate agreements in a number of cases in this one more in that line the question has been brought up randy of whether or not this court or maybe two degree some of the justices on this court are leaning more towards favoring the business side than they are the individual side do you see that as as as as maybe possibly that's going on you're right now i doubt that that's going on in any conscious way i think they take one case at a time and decide them based upon the statutes or the constitutional provision at issue and and i doubt that there any justices who are thinking to themselves i really want to favor business are wonder favor employer it's just playing out that way basically yeah exactly ted i agree with every part of that statement that there's no supervent intent but it's been playing that way even back toward the rehnquist court into the roberts court that and that's true of even some of the democrat appointed justices this has been route relatively more friendly court to business than say the warren court was ted mentioned the things that may be caught him by surprise randy where the things that that caught you by surprise through the session justice kennedy retiring with one of yeah exactly yeah so i there weren't any cases that i thought of as huge surprises you know i think trump versus hawaii five to four i think it could have gone five to four the other way and i think the majority was worried about putting courts in a position where they were second guessing national security decisions where the executive branch but the president's comments in this case were unusual and so i think you could have drafted an opinion that would have come out against the travel ban and yet left courts without the opportunity to intervene in a lot of national security decision making i i agree with that and there is an interesting to the point about president trump's very pointed anti muslim comments there's an interesting disjuncture between the colorado masterpiece bakery case where in that case you had a a facially somewhat you know neutral statute that the court invalidated or commissioner that the commission action that the court invalidated based on statements made orally in the commission hearing whereas with the travel ban you had a as the court set facially permissible statue but then was backed up by really anti muslim rhetoric from the president and in the travel ban case for reasons i think randy said they didn't they weren't willing to use the rhetoric to invalidate the the law the way they were in the masterpiece bakery case in the in the trump hawaii case randy would justice kenny have been that that potential swing vote do you think i think he could've or i think was roberts also would have been a plausible person to to go the other way in the case eight four four nine four two seven eight six six or if you'd like senator comment via twitter either at biz radio one eleven or my twitter account which is at dan loney twenty one what do you think then randy the impact of that specific as obviously is is it's been a an unbelievably important talking point by a lot of people but what do you think is going to be the impact of that case moving forward and i it's obviously not a dead issue in any way shape or form i think the broader message is that the executive branch and the president have a lot of authority over immigration policy and i suspect that that.

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"two degree" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on Rocket

"That's fair you know what i see on a policy level can just tell you really quick story i was out getting signatures to get on the ballot yesterday and this is not critiquing man that there was an older gentleman that came up and you know he was like what are your issues and appaled had the education event that morning said i really care about education and he goes education that's great that's all i need to hear he signed politicians have been talking funding education for my whole lifetime and we don't ever really get into the weeds like what does that mean how are we going to bring money to poorer school districts because when you go out into rural massachusetts they don't get property tax expensive homes and there's not alive industry so there's just not the infrastructure there to actually fund the schools it's gotta come from the state and i think that's a much harder question so this since two degree this isn't apple's problems is ain't no it's not their problem to solve and i would even argue i was even be more i guess in some ways cynical and say i don't know look how will apple doesn't education ultimate i don't know if long term lease shortterm anyway it has no impact on their bottom line out now whether they whether i've had takeoff in schools or not does not have any impact on the bottom line now obviously i think in a perfect world they would like to maybe used this as services revenue tool that's what google does for sure you know google offsets you know they might subsidize some of the cost the hardware but they're selling these g tweet frustration contracts and membership subscriptions and apple is trying to be more competitive they're they're saying that i called accounts for students will know how to gigabytes and have other things which is which is great not very great well it's it's okay to think is fine it's better than five they were before so you know and google offers a lot more you've got to be competitive and i think one drive as they've got a offering some of these things but i think that i could be kind of cynical and say look apple apple's doing this extensively because they claim they care and i have no reason to.

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"two degree" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"two degree" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"I'm part of its from from the effects which only too yeah i think it's maybe just like situating it within the blockbuster model much d succeed originate assumed the the latter films aren't really in because a blockbuster model didn't really exist no under kinda like pre blockbuster blockbusters yaitah yeah but they seemed almost like function more in the cult film realm even though it there was a huge hit but just in terms of the now one of the vibe of it to go back to the vibe which is a very technical thumbed critic term that i'm using the late '60s it applause yeah right yeah but yeah i mean there have been many people who have called for the plenty apes like the best blockbuster of the summer and you know you can certainly argue that but i think it is definitely a paragon of modern blockbusters so i think the fact that is like bringing what appeal to 1968 audiences into a format that appeals to 2017 audiences you know maybe a a big part of its success a one of two degree how we talked about play of the apes who talked about all of these themes that come out of it you know themes of race in of science and reason and all of the neighbouring war like all of these things are associated with it there's so much to chew on there is there is much with these movies or with were the point of the apes i think so it's a little more under the surface by in the first one you get in the issue of animal rights and and experimentation the second one it's work about a hot zone more about like how do you share space with the wind with your enemy howdy had urged warring factions and have that will never be fully reconciled lived together ord or not as as the case i end this one i think.

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