18 Burst results for "Weist"

"weist" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"weist" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"That he if you look at his eyes look in his eyes. he's he's not boring. It's like. I could forget about the scissors on his hands. As long as you know wasn't waiting arms and it was just. He was just a beautiful person all right now. We're tired of the because he was in that pleasure suit. Yeah and we shooting in a car and it was in florida. It was roasting young. He stood up that getting out of the car and fainted. Never saying a word. Never even saying i'm alan all right. Well thank you for indulging me will leave number four for a later date and candidates. I should add. you're actually auctioning off your art work. These days for charity is that right. I don't do it routinely. But yeah i i think i did make something for someone. Okay or i'm bound. I'm honored to make something that had. You're bound or honored to make something good by the way. What has been both of your favorite binge during the pandemic diane. What's been your favorite or most recent thing that you've been during the pandemic boring ice cream right. That's good a sugar sweet anything swimming. What about new campus cake. It's the whole cake right. I've been binging On tv. I've been watching. I re watched the first four years of the west wing. Because i think television just doesn't get better than aaron sorkin first. Four years of west wing and i watched of course all of the series the queen's gambit and the crown young love and And loved the am doing all rights and so the movie is what percentage improvised on percent. All we had to follow a route that brilliant deborah eisenberg. You know laid down for us. We had to say certain things in certain scenes at points. But we made up all the dialogue. And was that fun for you or did you prefer script. No it was heaven. I i never wanna use script again. So many people will be happy to hear that. I want to go to virtual audience for some questions. I up with the question for candidates. Max what do you got. Max i can this amax. What was the wildest part of going to mick. Jagger's birthday party at studio fifty four. Wow well i was not a studio fifty four goer so i was in the state of overwhelm for the whatever time i stayed and it will. I mean studio fifty. Four itself was just a huge. Wow i think just the fact of all the rioting and the total lack of ambition and And i didn't even see the good rooms. The good room art of a late as a question for diane so be honest. Who got the most drunk during the iconic margarita. Night in practical magic was that you was at stockard. Channing nicole kidman or sandra bullock. I think i'm gonna say sandra news. Excellent i love it. Thank you virtual audience. That's great you know that game regular people play where everyone named five dream. Celebrity dinner party guests. Well as hollywood icons candice and diane have actually been to all of those dinners so it's time for us to get the dirt as we play. Have you met down. I'm gonna go through a list of powerful at random people you tell me if you've met down and tell me something that you remember about them. Okay i can have either of you. Met ethel merman. Now dan now..

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"weist" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"weist" Discussed on KGO 810

"About getting work done. I know a lot of women they get worked on and and and I'm not critical. I honestly I'm not critical of that at all. I just I think they look You know? Wonderful. I mean, I was watching Meryl Streep to an interview for this movie she has. How old is Meryl Streep? Karen. What if you had to get she's about 76 70? Yeah, she looks awesome. But there was a funny joke that Amy Schumer said that she's because you know you get that point in life when you're in where you're not Blanca ble anymore, you know, and she actually said that word and that the bleep it in the in the bit. She just did a movie that Steve Soderbergh there's a great director directed Erin Brockovich and these three women are in it, and I want to say, um Oh, God. What are their names? Oh, yeah. The who played Murphy Brown, Candice Bergen and Weist. Daniel Weist. You know, I'm talking about a center named Danielle Weist anyway, beautiful women in their sixties and and it may be the cases of over 70. And it didn't look like they get. It was hard to tell. But it didn't look like that. That they'd had a whole lot of work done. I mean, not like all had Bo talks, though. I guarantee you really all of them. It's not really. I mean, you don't have to go to a plastic surgeon for that. Just gonna a dermatologist. They stick a needle in your face. Yeah, It's not bad. Do you get it done? Yeah. Occasionally really saying you Look young you look I college age girl. Yeah. Anyway, all right, coming up. We haven't talked about this and it was a huge story and I really wanted T get into it. The doctor court ruling This is one of the things that will change when we get rid of trump, which is, of course, the people that came to this country as small Children on and have lived here and the people that wanted to be Americans since they were Children, and they got.

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"weist" Discussed on Let's Kick It - Courtside

Let's Kick It - Courtside

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"weist" Discussed on Let's Kick It - Courtside

"This man in those who are in his call, it's to help. Bring him back up to speed with what's going on. Man Because that got to be tough. Gus! Leads needs to think about. Look back at Jack. Jonathan Irons and his situation. How many other Johnson is! and. How many of them do not have a more quantitative fighting? Team in in something that way you will look into the whole thing. Like I'm glad I'm glad. Whole Jordan brand has stepped up and stated at do what they gotta do to make sure that this works and I'm glad that my more being a flood line person went ahead and did what she has to do and now I think she can help lead the way for that brain and it is, it is absolutely amazing. Now I don't want it to stop the definitely WanNa make sure that she's GonNa be out there, fighting the good fight, but I am looking forward to one day seeing my aunt gracie basketball. And a Lotta these changes that are taking place a lot of of our fellow citizens of the WPA. That is sitting now to help off Foley changes. Hopefully, we'll be seeing planes still. For Minnesota Shaw Me, I'm. GonNa say. They should out. But now in the world of fashion. Yes the world of fashion also let's go ahead and turn the page I want to go into fashion because this pandemic has not only touched the sports world all, but as the fash. Yes a lot of people walked away with lucky brand jeans. And want to let you know. They have filed for chapter revenue. Pandemic. Now. Then, actually being boarded up by the same company that owns era style and. You're gonNA, see so lucky brand jeans role steel still be around, but it will not look privately owned company, so I'm thinking possibly might be a little cells that would change because I know that when Arab style Noriega's. Wants! They got bought out by that company. I've noticed the style. Clothing. My is very similar to office. Of course you have the brain. Arrow style brandy for when you look at the actual. itself is just. DECIDED WE? Just did. Some Open. Happens. If it does. I'm hoping we won't have to move it to the sale race, Weist. You know I I would check a different direction on that you know I. I'm kind of. Baffled at. Has Been Uptown is financing for a lot of companies a lot of people. Will have.

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"weist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"weist" Discussed on KOMO

"More on car insurance save money with pay per mile insurance from Allstate to call a local Allstate agent and get a quote our next como traffic at eleven fifty four the couple eagle roof forecast in general not bad for Memorial Day weekend Memorial Day itself may be a little bit gray showers expected then and high temperatures through the weekend probably in the mid sixty rains reliably and maybe by Monday probably not until Tuesday we could hit seventy degrees today about sixty two for the warmest and right now in Seattle it's fifty five degrees at komo news connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven in for tumblr on Taylor and size with the o'neill at the editor's desk among the headlines the following today dozens of people are feared dead after a jetliner crashed in the Pakistani city of Karachi today at the end of a ninety minute flight officials say the Pakistani international airlines A. three twenty was carrying ninety nine passengers and a crew of eight when it went down there are reports that at least two people who lived in the neighborhood where the crash happened were also killed J. K. Rowling revealing she didn't start writing Harry potter series in Edinburgh Scotland as originally thought she posted on Twitter today that she first got the idea on a train and put pen to paper in London it's eleven forty six there's a national conversation happening about voting by mail as the corona virus makes it difficult or on Weist operate traditional polling places for voters here in Washington state we've been exclusively voting by mail.

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If we can mobilise around a pandemic, what next? Meet two revolutionaries already flouting the rules

Science Friction

08:06 min | 1 year ago

If we can mobilise around a pandemic, what next? Meet two revolutionaries already flouting the rules

"You've said at one point that you think. Weist is beautiful. This zero philosophy is in a sense in practice for you. Isn't it one thing really like my life is just one big experiment you know. We had all sorts of experience. Guy On knock Ou- out offcuts of Broccoli with given to a Guy. Campbell had crickets growing. And he's and he's building and and there was a transaction. We paid him for the crickets. And what did the cricket stay ate the Broccoli yes. I'm quite obsessed with a nutrient density as well so fat soluble vitamins. How do you get all your vitamins? And crickets are a great source of that. And then you know. There's a lot of food that can be composted what about intercepting it. Before it gets composted and getting the most out of out of them and yeah we had them on the menu and we roast them and look like really a little bit like prawns in a sense. It's whatever you garnish them with. So we had salt Bush dehydrated and then mixed with salt and pepper and then some kelp dehydrated. People loved it. Okay so almost no waste zero. Yeah I can honestly say that we had zero waste and even the table was made from reconstituted plastic that came from Adelaide which company that makes bump recycled bumper bars. And we Lebron's I love the fact that out rubbish bins because there wasn't a rubbish bin in the place that's right. Yeah was any of these economically viable. I mean when I think about the restaurant and food industry. It's all about cost cutting isn't it? Food costs a very low but me because very hard. Because you're making butter from scratch making your grinding your own flour to make bread. You were making money yet. We were and then headed the council respond to you. How did regulate is and the Health Department released on? Ta The interesting thing we saw was counseled loved it and support it but it was relying on an invisible imposter. A Korean investment compost machine which took one hundred kilos plus of waste a day and would through bacteria and hate. Turn that into ten percent of volume pretty much overnight so this is like a loop yes. I would take it back and put it on my phone and grow more food. That was that was the idea. Originally four really beans and my goal was to get all the surrounding cafes to supply as well. I wanted to get that whole line way. Basically organic waste free and at just over one hundred twenty miles. It went on for years and Indian I just had a full and then it just got to a point where the threaten the V. Cat and my lease was up and decided enough's enough is enough. I it needs to be on wheels because it's crown land so wheels on it but then you've got it on wheels but it's plugged into the wall so it's technically building just went on and on and on and people at the city will argue that. It's not the case but I went to so many meetings own it went on for so long the Iraqis at the best year yet so it was just a wonder two. We've got a very different men now. I wonder if I would open it today. I think sally would be very different. And make sure that the people down and it wasn't their fault. Either this is like a law. That's one hundred years old. You go at bureaucrats but food safety is a wonderful thing. I'm mighty glad that I don't risk my life. Well I probably do. But you know the bugs extensively. Don't get me and don't kill me thank penicillin for that or thank medicine for that. All thank food safety laws and regulations that so these things are set up to Cape as well and healthy as well. The for the right reasons. I mean the reason why faces in European killed people in the during the gold rush. The contaminated water was killed people. There's a reason why these laws exist. Yes if you want to go carbon and look out of your lovely hotel room that you're staying in at at the river flowing underneath and the kids playing in it and then guide hospital. You'll find out that about half the hospital. Bids are filled with children. Who have drunk the water and the system doesn't work what we call the great centralized system of taking water from well outside the city using it and getting the pathogens as far away from the people as possible has worked for a very long time. So it's a good system but it. It's not a sustainable system anymore. It was a great system when it was invented. It's no longer a great system. The laws about keeping the pathogens and the chemicals away from the people still great laws. Yeah we just have to reinvent here we do it so you want a radical rethink of how we think about waste about how we think about water. How we think about sewerage. What would you like to see done differently? And why I believe we could have enough water in the city for twenty five million people currently when we get to eight million. We're going to have to build a new diesel nation plant. We have taking salt water and making it. Fresh is very expensive way to do it and it. It perpetuates the model that we will go and find new water rather than fix up the water that we pollute every day and throw away. The problem is that we would need to exploit that. We would need to move to a distributed model. Not Unlike a an energy model an engine model would say we'll generate half my electricity in my house and it might not be the most efficient thing to do might do it at a precinct scale and dealing with wastewater is not something I would recommend the public does however at a precinct scale. We could create a new suburb was sustainable. In terms of its water us so we have a wastewater treatment plant and WOULDA treatment plant. That are the same thing so it would just be a water treatment plant. It would take at polluted. Water would take watering from sources. That may or may not be polluted and in Australia. We spent a lot of time protecting those sources but around the world on average we still use that model in the sources on predicted working Sarabhai or any new Asia with river that supplies the water for the city is twenty times more concentrated in wastewater than what we dispose of this wastewater. Wow here and yet die. Beehive as though it's a clean water source in terms of the purification process if they just accepted that distributed model it said it is polluted wastewater with clean it up as though it was wastewater. Let's do it properly. Let's produce gripe water in in actual fact. That city could change very radically if they try it as the centralized piece. It's very difficult. You've got to build huge sewage. You've got to build reservoirs you've got to build a whole range of things if you do it. As a distributed system you could actually stop tomorrow and so this model in a Harvard sense for a Melbourne. Where new suburbs could be like that but for other CDs with his saying. We're GONNA put in sewage system. I say why would we do that? I mean th th thinking about that Indonesian example. You climb that we can process. We produce water that is cleaner more pure in a sense than tap water if I look at the waters of the world and we do that for a living and I look at what we can produce out of recycled plant currently in Antarctica by any test chemical biological any taste. You WanNa do. We are far cleaner than any tap water in the world

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"weist" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"weist" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The women's room a tense calm has spread across Hong Kong Sky News CB Robbins says at the quiet comes following a night of violence suddenly we start saying after hours of peaceful protest protesters throwing petrol bombs at various targets many of them connected to China will symbols of the state then eventually the police arrive they cleared the streets very quickly hundreds of thousands of people have been protesting against Chinese influence in Hong Kong for months the protests that have recently took the protest have recently turned more violent a man in St Louis is stop the bad guy with his finger mark recess as he was sitting at a stop light when he saw a car crash into a couple people he went over to help and as the crowd grew around the crash site Russo says he looked over at the wrecked car noticed a man on a cell phone walking away when the guy started running at Russo pointed his finger at the guy like he had a gun and yelled stop or I'll shoot recess as much to his surprise the guy stopped put his hands in the air walked back to the scene and upon recess order got back into his crashed car the thirty three year old man was arrested a short time later the man and woman the driver crashed into were not seriously injured Amy came KFI news. John what's up at the crash in the ninety one in bellflower that's right it's still going on there in the bellflower area ninety when he's found at Downey Avenue that crashes flock in the carpool lane at stop go from paramount did well heights area still have one of the lanes of the connector road shut down five south of the ten east at studio crash there right now the fact that there's two mission road and getting word of a crash in Fontana teddy spot at Sierra looks like the two right lanes take it away their seats please come into the scene KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm Jennifer Weist I have your forecast next. Hey it's Erin and Harley owners one donation last week I saw a sign at a car.

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"weist" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"weist" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I kinda kinda like that comparison he's going to be a cult hair hayride at Liverpool. He will go down as Liverpool legend, that is for sure. Especially considering the view me, this borders had of him when he joined the club, what Klopp has created them and turn them into via. He got, you got a you had a major. I roll with that Sahil. Yeah. But think of what he was bench player amount city fast approaching thirty it didn't look, but look at it. It's been bringing for me Liverpool club legend he at he's a club legend leads the United to they want him back to finish his career. But what is your ultimate answer to the question? No, okay, would be because his city period was not. He was not influential north. If there was a hall of fame. I don't think he's getting in. I don't think is he a bit like? Is he a bit like the Mets catcher that made the hall of fame, there point blind? Piazza Piazza was like he's. No. Piazza is a stone coast legend. Right. Because he has the most one runs for catcher was just like the greatest hitting maybe the greatest hitting catcher of all time. Okay. All right. Okay. You see you can't say that about Miller. No, no. Milner is in the John O'Shea mold. I think a little bit. I think he's well, you can't say is better than John. Shea has played in more European complaints. Or has he different same amount? Yeah. Actually, you're right. Yeah, I don't know. That's tricky one. All right to sorry, emails, one of which is from CC Brooks, who contacted us on the DMC, slid in there on the Instagram just listened to the podcast and was interested in the talk about Lampert as Chelsea fan. I believe the reason Sarah was not liked was for his play. And the fact that he never really said, the right thing to the media, which is interesting, I would have I would have to think Lampert will do better with the English media. Do you think salaries trouble with the media did hurt him as much as it seems? Sometimes now, we flagged this early we make fun of it. We made fun of it. And I read a piece by John Nicholson full three six five, which takes aim at the tabloid media, the way they spun who sorry was, and the way that may have been reflected back to sorry through the Chelsea support, so he talks about pep Guardiola s interest. And then he speaks about salaries, but s. Interesting are only positives if the results and quality of football are good. If things go badly. The exact same habits will be betrayed as losing it or being desperate are offered. This is how Sarah has been betrayed for months, and has no become a point of view, which is owned Shakahb. Despite the fact they had a really good season. That's why he has been said to be floundering even Weist making two Cup finals and finishing third behind two wonderful teams. I guarantee that Frank Lampard matches those achievements. He will never be said to be floundering any point. I said that literally almost word for word on the last. That's I think that's a good a good analysis of because the tabloids have gone after him, an if he was made into a punchline, juries abalata moment was kind of the cherry on top almost no coming back from that. And it'd be foolish to think that, that, that that hasn't had an impact on on Chelsea fans in the way to look one hundred percent. And it's, it's, it's not the right reason to fire a manager that he. Doesn't have a good relationship with the media next aim Email, not Email. It's a tweet from trip eaters, now he was responding to our conversations wetland. He sent a flurry of, of tweets which were re on, I'm not a not slagging off trip. I think so me points were really good. He pointed out, you know style of plate. Chelsea fans didn't warm to it. Okay. I'm not sure I buy that hundred percent considering you add Marino's second series, which was just rubbish..

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"weist" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"weist" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I kinda kinda like that comparison he's going to be a cult hair hayride at Liverpool. He will go down as Liverpool legend, that is for sure. Especially considering the view me, this borders had of him when he joined the club, what Klopp has created them and turn them into via. He got, you got a you had a major. I roll with that Sahil. Yeah. But think of what he was bench player amount city fast approaching thirty it didn't look, but look at it. It's been bringing for me Liverpool club legend he at he's a club legend leads the United to they want him back to finish his career. But what is your ultimate answer to the question? No, okay, would be because his city period was not. He was not influential north. If there was a hall of fame. I don't think he's getting in. I don't think is he a bit like? Is he a bit like the Mets catcher that made the hall of fame, there point blind? Piazza Piazza was like he's. No. Piazza is a stone coast legend. Right. Because he has the most one runs for catcher was just like the greatest hitting maybe the greatest hitting catcher of all time. Okay. All right. Okay. You see you can't say that about Miller. No, no. Milner is in the John O'Shea mold. I think a little bit. I think he's well, you can't say is better than John. Shea has played in more European complaints. Or has he different same amount? Yeah. Actually, you're right. Yeah, I don't know. That's tricky one. All right to sorry, emails, one of which is from CC Brooks, who contacted us on the DMC, slid in there on the Instagram just listened to the podcast and was interested in the talk about Lampert as Chelsea fan. I believe the reason Sarah was not liked was for his play. And the fact that he never really said, the right thing to the media, which is interesting, I would have I would have to think Lampert will do better with the English media. Do you think salaries trouble with the media did hurt him as much as it seems? Sometimes now, we flagged this early we make fun of it. We made fun of it. And I read a piece by John Nicholson full three six five, which takes aim at the tabloid media, the way they spun who sorry was, and the way that may have been reflected back to sorry through the Chelsea support, so he talks about pep Guardiola s interest. And then he speaks about salaries, but s. Interesting are only positives if the results and quality of football are good. If things go badly. The exact same habits will be betrayed as losing it or being desperate are offered. This is how Sarah has been betrayed for months, and has no become a point of view, which is owned Shakahb. Despite the fact they had a really good season. That's why he has been said to be floundering even Weist making two Cup finals and finishing third behind two wonderful teams. I guarantee that Frank Lampard matches those achievements. He will never be said to be floundering any point. I said that literally almost word for word on the last. That's I think that's a good a good analysis of because the tabloids have gone after him, an if he was made into a punchline, juries abalata moment was kind of the cherry on top almost no coming back from that. And it'd be foolish to think that, that, that that hasn't had an impact on on Chelsea fans in the way to look one hundred percent. And it's, it's, it's not the right reason to fire a manager that he. Doesn't have a good relationship with the media next aim Email, not Email. It's a tweet from trip eaters, now he was responding to our conversations wetland. He sent a flurry of, of tweets which were re on, I'm not a not slagging off trip. I think so me points were really good. He pointed out, you know style of plate. Chelsea fans didn't warm to it. Okay. I'm not sure I buy that hundred percent considering you add Marino's second series, which was just rubbish..

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"weist" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"weist" Discussed on Around the Horn

"There wants nothing to do with the team Magic Johnson. When the greatest players statue has walked away from the team. So what's left of it? The spokesperson is land. Stephen crazy thing. I think we'd see him at a nets practice before it soon at a Lakers practice. But anyway, land Stevenson. Maybe once means always to him. Who knows how he thinks the track? Hammered bob. Right. What trend makes the world takes? And then you're just just gave it all away. Turn your back on your home state. Bob ryan. Oh, I know it to all right tonight. National anthem. Vital metallica. Are you ready for it? And you guys, the Taliban, I back in ninety seven the guard with met, Weist second pick from Jason even when he's playing every song, LARs his mouth, never stuffed moving. We We got. got. You're up ourselves back battalion never you. Welcome back to around the warned brought to you by checks coming to you from the seaport district here. Seventeen. Voluntary. You guys take comments make last week and turn it into something other than what the coming actually meant. I was looking forward to seeing. Truly was I'm not going to I really was he missed a live. He wants to be traded. You know, I wanna win the lottery. All right. So it doesn't matter. He's Cleveland Brown. He's under contract. And that Freddie kitchens we're gonna have some fun with Mr. pitching this year. I think on Odell Beckham on voluntary and on Duke Johnson, go advisor sell George. Yeah, I'm selling all of this. Okay. If he's having issues with the media in OTA's, what the heck is going to happen when they lose two or three games in a row during the regular season. This is one of these situations where I feel like it's rookie coach who's already in over his head and the season hasn't even started yet is reduced. Here's. I'm with you Tony. I'm buying sort of tone. He's setting with this team. You know, his players are sort of defiant, and are going to be anti media. If the coach is on board with that to everybody should be watching the brand, we're talking about the fallen, Terry work every still focused on the Bala Terry. Beckham goes volunteer to go to the voluntary last week. And now it's a big deal of KB buy or sell kitchens, here, I'm by the entertainment value of Mr. kitchens, rookie coach. This is hilarious stuff. They're not even on hard knocks yet and already. He's giving us these funny, one liners, the funniest thing was he said today, or you said yesterday, what he said last week about Beckham he didn't go back and change thing, nothing's nothing here, something or nothing. It's nothing for you. And how about you about Ryan? I'm selling idea. I think it looks like another tenant is not ready to be general. But I will say this, what he meant to say about I would think it's not so much the technical aspect, it's the socialization it's the it's the it's letting the guys on the team that he's with them. And not the Odal Beckham in the forty shoes issue. Yes. Of course. But in the end, he's not gonna be judged, how handled you people in the media, it's about what the brand winsome games and maybe contend for division, title, this year, Israel I should point because that's exactly what you said, we'll buy or sell to baseball Commissioner..

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"weist" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"weist" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The world around them sifting through the noise focusing on the essential information that tells the real story at the time in facts Mathur, more than ever the economists has been a trusted source of intelligence for over one hundred seventy years, and it's for the kind of person who never stops asking questions wants to know why the world is the way it is Lionel you have been sifting through your economist. And have you found a story for us? Well, found lots of things which because the thing that always. Impresses me about the economist there so many little nuggets pick up. I feel small to having read it. So for example this week. There was a story about Britain's towerblocks which says that once they were symbols of poverty. And now they very much symbols for the rich. I learned that the tower block that was used as the exterior for the Toronto families flat Nelson Mandela house with fact tower block in Acton. Which is Mark for demolition? That's only fools and horses. Of course, only fools and horses karate sitcom ever made. And I learned that London has only three hundred sixty buildings of twenty stories or more. It's a low rice city in global terms. But the another five hundred forty highrise blocks are in the pipeline. I'm most of these buildings are not housing for ordinary people, but they all kind of Totani structures for the rich. Then I kinda turn a few pages. And I read about our relationship with calories, and how that might be completely wrong in the sense of the science is inaccurate. But the food packaging might be wrong to items of food with the same calorific value may be digested in different ways. And so people may on more or less white accordingly. I also learned about the late sixteenth century Italian physician code Santos. Thank tourists who invented a weighing chair. And he sat dangling in this chat way, himself, everything and drank an all his urine and other Weist for thirty years after doing this experiment for three decades. He owns it. A few of his I questioned about the impact of the food and drink mediate. Finally that a story about the logo on the bottles of some Pellegrino drinking water, which we've been enjoying here at par. Italia. You'll probably notice it's a red star. And according to researchers Oxford University, this may give some Pellegrino an edge over its rivals because apparently people associate angular shaped with carbonated, bitter drinks, whereas ASU more rounded shapes will be still water also week drinks. I'm not sure whether that's true. But it did make me wonder what people think when they see the cycling poke cost logo. Anyway. I feel smarter about just so three things from reading the economist this week. Well, the commerce.

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"weist" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"weist" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Mark Davis from six sixty AM The Answer DFW talk show every morning right here in the in North Texas. And boy that means we've been talking hate crimes hate crimes more hate crimes and the degree to which every once in a while. You'll hear I'm at the point now with our guest Wolford Riley, the author political science, professor at Kentucky state in Frankfort Kentucky, where if I hear of a high level hate crime assertion, I stopped, and I say something terrible has happened. I just don't know what either the hate crime is true and something hateful and horrible has happened. Or someone is trying to deceive us. What does it say that we're at that place? Question for me. And the note, I can only take one or two more questions. I thought it was gonna be on for about ten minutes. I'm actually in class. This is true. If I can have for about seven more will be done. Sorry. Sorry to be too generous. I apologize. No. No. I'm I'm glad to be on the show. I wondered about the time for that initially. But so what does that say about us as a society that does this question about incidents like the? I think it says that we're very polarized. In recent years you've seen the rise of both bowling alone. If you will and social media, so I think that people are a couple of different things going on. I think that people are associating more and more with other people who are almost entirely lights fab, and that causes beliefs that are perhaps not inherently the most logical like the belief that racism continues as it has attorney to exist in communities, where more open discussion would probably white those away. I think that another thing focusing specifically on the left because I fairly comfortable with partisan title for my book, most of these houses have been concentrated on the left. Although there also are some of the all right? I think that another issue is that there's a fairly large body of entities endowment for the southern poverty. Law Center is four hundred thirty two million dollars last. I checked black lives matter as a collection of organizations has now main social media paid reach over five hundred thousand people you've got the older civil rights, quote, unquote groups, like Al Sharpton, national action network, this large fringe groups nation of Islam unbelievably has fifty thousand members and accredited university university. So I think there's a very large group of people that have a stake in promoting bluntly without getting into conspiracy. There is this true. This this ideology or this idea of oppression? And I think that there's a director link between that and the astonishing prevalent specifically these fake hate crime stories is there. Various for your time. And now we gotta go about three or four minutes. And thank you for the extra time in the media culture of this in the media treatment of this. They needed Jesse small at story to be true. They needed it so badly like they needed their next breath that they totally put a pause button on the normal skepticism that any human being would have about that story. Did you see the same way? Yeah. I I certainly did. I think that one of the most astonishing things that I saw when I was reading through the coverage of a smell at case other than of course, mind, which was exquisite. Was people saying, well, you know, it it doesn't sound like this is a very believable story. But we better hope that it is true. People after the story was revealed as a complete fakes that things like, well, I am horrified that this was not true. I am horrified that this occurred and to an extent there's an element almost of insanity to that. I mean, here's a guy that's saying something that's at the pretty close to the level of provoking racial violence if not actual race war. I mean, he's saying in armed fighters from the other side accosted him on the street and people are cheering for this to be true and complaining that it turns out to be false. But I think here again, we get into the idea of narratives, very large sector of American society. Affirmative action. That's in part justified by legitimate diversity rationale, but mostly based on this idea of a minority set asides, which are totally based on this idea of oppression. The budget trials the groups. I just mentioned all this depends on the continuation of the old wars. So evidence of the old wars continuing is treated not as horrifying shameful. But by many people almost as a positive thing groups were issuing press releases saying things like this shows, we still have a reason to fight. I'm not gonna name the groups one by one. But I mean, I had some liberal conservative contacts, and in my inbox people were using this as a basis for fundraising. We saw what happened to bradtha Jesse this obviously still happens but happening in Chicago to happen anywhere. So please give to our new campaign against institutional racism much. You know drive the clan back into their holes. So I think that there were a lot of there are a lot of people that have pretty substantial emotional and even financial investment in this idea that we're not one America. There were still fighting each other that is spectacular. It's a spectacular analysis because the waning of racism is great news for every human being unless you are in the activism business. Now. That's correct. One of the one of the things that two men, I sometimes listen to very very different perspectives. But one thing the conservative commentator, Ben Shapiro and actually the liberal writer. Tim Weist agree on keep emphasizing is that life is better for most people than it has ever been before. Life expectancies are longer than they've ever been under Mr. Trump unemployment not just for there's some issues. I have a Trump president, but unemployment are not just for everyone. But specifically for Africa African Americans is at the lowest level, it's really ever been in the USA begin comes in the modern western world are the highest they've ever been and so on down the line. So the idea that the world is in fact in terrible condition, and it needs to be saved by radicals and revolutionaries it's false most of the bone yards of the last century. In fact, what caused by people that were uncomfortable with capitalist democracy and wanted to engage in revolution rather than just letting the world get better. And that's what time y- Anisim was. That's Nazism was baptisms the left lane philosophy. That's what radical socialism flies. And so on. So one of the things you see with American activists in the sector is the redefinition of words to mean, something other than the thing we've already defeated so racism me, the real definition of racism is disliking someone because you believe they're racist, genetically inferior. That's why you and I and almost everyone else would mean by racism, someone's have I don't like blacks or Dahmer like as into small week. That's probably speaking a racist statement, almost no one in public would say this today, so activist movements on the left and for that matter on the all, right? But this is much larger have been reduced to redefining what racism mean. So when people talk about racism today, I mean, you see things like the argument that any differences in performance are racist, right? It's the idea of equality of results rather than equality of cancer participate. But for the SAT you're talking about no one in America does extraordinarily well, by the way, we need to return to fairly classical thirty seconds up. But I mean racism now is said to me in a situation where on a test as it's getting eleven hundred whites at ten fifty blacks a thousand Hispanics nine fifty that has nothing to do with racism that has to do. With father's training a bunch of other things how well prepared people are for the test. And this is good because we've won almost nobody is an outspoken radical Vegas today lever van letting people redefining the meaning of the words, we use to closer still very very we should declare victory and move to the next problem. Well, listening quantifying this what a joy, thanks for the actress segment and thank your students for their indulgence Wilfred Riley at.

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"weist" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"weist" Discussed on KTOK

"Greg in Baltimore, Maryland. The great WCBS go. Good afternoon. My lavigne. Yes, sir. I have a simple question. How is it possible that ridden interrogatory submitted by Donald Trump within just a matter of day JR. Has been leaked to every press outlet NBC ABC CBS CBS, and you just name them. They've all got him because Mr. Muller's team leaks, and we know they leak we know Mr. Weist heard that's that'll be his name for now on Mr. Andy, why stirred sat down with the associated depressed some time ago and went over his case against Manafort and so forth. He was never admonished. Everybody thought that was wonderful. So they're working hand in glove with the media. We know that for sure because we know about the a p k so they leak they not being investigated for leaking. Who would you like to investigate them criminal who do you want to investigate them? Robert Muller's entire team who do you want to investigate them? Oh, I see what you're saying. Damn. I would hunt. You see the fixes in. Well, I think they should Dame and attorney general promise state that is they're not going to name anybody. The department of Justice has become weak. The department of Justice doesn't need to investigate anyone what they should do is call these guys in and admonish them. Let them have it. I think they should be charged criminally per Bali hall. Okay. But they're not going to be just look at the system who is going to charge them, criminally. Well, we don't have a real attorney general at this point because they keep fighting the other guy, maybe they should find attorney general nobody's ever heard of it. Put him in charge. All right, sir. I share your frustration. I appreciate your call. Just not gonna happen. Let's go to JoAnne Wilmington, Ohio on the Mark Levin app. How are you? I'm good, Mark. I just wanna call in about Melania Trump and the harassment that she's getting from the media from politicians Malania. What about a vodka? She's getting a two. Well, she has an immigrant who is not here. Killing our children's. She's not here selling dope to our children. Here legally, she has raised herself to the highest level. She is the first lady of the United States. And I know you're putting tummy why isn't she celebrated? She's beautiful woman. She's a smart woman. She's a self made woman. She's an emigrant. Why is she not celebrated? But Michelle Obama is Tommy why I agree. One hundred percent has I think it's three what the hell that Michelle Obama ever do. I'm being honest yet. They praise her left and right. Can't doing anything wrong. Melania? Trump is a self made woman. She's a very, very smart woman. She knows she knows like five languages. And they treat her and you can't just say stupid things on the air. Good lord. And what about a vodka Trump? We're gonna look in a hurry. Emails look into her emails. They didn't wanna see anything when it came to Hillary Clinton's emails. Hillary Clinton puts a server in her bathroom or basement. For the purpose. Of getting around federal law. The secretary of state receiving classified information exactly what she was doing. And why she was doing it. Could she wanted to run for president? She didn't want the the the present the the federal records keeping act to apply. She didn't want foyer to be used Ivanka Trump. She comes in. She's using her private Email still on the government server, which indicates to everybody she's not trying to destroy anything. Maybe a couple hundred emails. They've never been deleted destroyed. I have to watch this jackass on cable purposely lying about how it's so similar to what Hillary Clinton did. Has nothing to do with what Hillary Clinton did. And by the way, ladies and gentlemen. Little group of which I am chairman landmark legal foundation, which is a great legal organization. If you're thinking about donating, by the way, landmark legal foundation. We litigated against the AP the EPA when Carol Browner was the administrator she was using privaty now for government business as we're almost all the senior people there the media could give a damn..

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"weist" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"weist" Discussed on Triangulation

"You know, people said, well, you know, for instance, you, and I are talking at the moment over the internet ever effectively videophone that experimented with video funds thirty years ago. No one wanted to use them, but you know, the internet it was just easier to use. It was a lower cost. It was I situation where we have much better cameras that we do now. And so I guess people look better all look was as the case might be. I don't know. But you know, these these are things that we just did not anticipate being able to do and, you know, same as when we you know, we got roll out of mobile. Phones, we really didn't understand what sort of transformation that might be giving out our lives. How that might be changing things. I, you know, I look at my teenage is growing up with my ball phones. And you know, I can see that the mobile phone has substituted for the desire to learn to drive, and and it's not because of Uber or that that's a that's a help. It's because when we were growing up wanting to drive was how Bill out take it to independence, our independence from our parents are being able to communicate with our friends and things like that. Will now have given every teenager the ability to just do that. And they can do it on mass. They don't have to predict that everybody's going to be at the mall or something like that in order for that to happen. So these are the unintended consequences of of radical technologies. And when you think about out official telling as. Being change in prediction, and you start to think about all the uncertainty that there is an all the whites that goes because of that uncertainty you start to pinpoint situations where we could have big transformations. Just let me give you one example. And it's only because I look at these things now for this lens that I see it an industry where there's a huge amount of uncertainty at a huge amount of Weist is fashion. Fashions are complete Atta disaster near as I can tell people who manufacturing close designing clothes have to do it a year out after intimidate what trends are going to be what CAL's again to be in. What people are gonna be comfortable wearing what the rival manufacturers of clothing going to be doing. And then I have to produce it. And then they kinda put it in stores and people are. Going to go there. And maybe they're gonna like it. Maybe they're not. But the an Tissot the good outcome is that, you know, like sixty percent of the clothing, isn't salt. That's the good outcome. A bad outcome is thirty. And just think about all the the wife associated with that. Now, imagine if somebody clever was able to work at how to predict fashion in advance had a predict what people gonna wanna wear in advance. I mean, there are a whole lot of experts trying to do that at the moment. But maybe there's a way of actually doing it that could really change the yields effectively in that industry, and those are the sorts of things that, you know, I I don't know if it's going to be you know, fashioned might be intrinsically on able to do that. But they might be industries where where that will happen. Yeah. I mean, if you think about like, the eighties are back now than you know, the nineties or guess, maybe the nineties are already back and. Who knows whatever that means? Yes. Passion is the kind of industry where you know. We're all told what we're supposed to like like end. Then we the people in the fashion industry will. Yeah. Now, we talked we told, but we don't listen all the time. I mean value, which I could just tell us, and we would definitely buy it. But, but I I don't think I have I don't think it's as good as that. And I think they have good and bad seasons in that Burberry just recently, I was reading had to dispose of a whole raft their inventory because I couldn't didn't want to sell it dilute the brand and things like that..

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"weist" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"weist" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The username gordondeal before she was, fired, from the, White House last December as you know former Weist wing aid and reality television star maroshek. Manigault Newman secretly recorded conversations that she had with President Trump and his. Chief of staff John Kelly? That she's, been criticized by interviewers for the breach of. Protocol what are the legalities here marketwatch. Says laws regarding recording conversations fall into two categories one party consent and two party consent one party means that only one person in. The conversation needs to know that a recording is being made for it to be legal that's the standard in thirty eight states the. District of Columbia and at the federal level for eleven states Two, party consent requires the person making the recording. To get approval from everyone engaged even. In one party consent states though the law will not protect workers from being terminated especially if you're an at will employee for instance. An employer could argue that the worker demonstrated a lack of respect for choosing to tape someone without permission It's eight, minutes now in front of, the hour on this morning Jennifer Kushinka is back with more of America's First News Gordon President Trump's plans for Veterans. Day military parade through the streets of Washington have. Been delayed, until, at least two. Thousand nineteen Trump was. Impressed by Francis best deal day parade on. A visit last year and said the US could top it but figures reported by. The media yesterday suggested the event, could cost about ninety two million dollars more than three. Times the original estimate and the postponement. Was announced, hours later Defense Secretary James Mattis claims that number is inaccurate I'm not dignifying.

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"weist" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"weist" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's almost like they take themselves and your body took them and you didn't really have to think about lifting to you're taking photographs camera is sort of a cerebral the polaroid was a funding instrument it was joyful and if you're an awardwinning film director you can talk like that and people will take you polaroid's there are lots of you didn't sound that joyful well he's you know he's a german film director what you want he he's extremely good photographer and there is a exhibition and that's what we're going to talk about just very quickly do you think the same about smartphones sharks and they favorite music australian scientists have discovered they can tell one bit of music from another proven they're even more intelligent than previously thought brown is one of the scientists from macquarie university in sydney had lots of anecdotal reports over the years from fishermen and from the shark cage diving industry that sharks were coming up to particular boats in expectation of them being fed usually by tama weist fish from from the fishing procedures and nobody's ever tested whether or not sharks could actually be trained to to come to a food reward for an artificial sound light that's we did it we did it in the lab and rather than using apple admirers which would be terribly boring we use music instead right this is amazing because i didn't even know.

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"weist" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"weist" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Our guest she can go first second which is the tick spot or third in this guess of how much money to he make this checkout for yulo first oath sectors first okay fifty thousand fifty thousand dollars dad lego is a great guest because that's how much of any nights like a down payment or sir put in car i 75 575 from randy i'ma say 25 five thousand dollars glad i've dollar 25000 at twenty five thousand okay i'm gonna say i don't think he knows how much it costs one of you is only five hundred dollars off all too i really get your gas zimmet home here we go the check made out to mr dave tesla was four forty nine thousand five uh ah debbie rowe fifty cross i was like i'm gonna go a little less than it relieves reclaim that i wrote the note to the fucking of those people in boulder i got the girl taken away the yeah member the gas the fucking the i hate scratch the foul whoa whoa whoa go for ten dollars let's get over fucking two thousand jonah job today yes okay now moving on to waste which they didn't say here but i am is hermes done person over to the guy who's battery died in the cop to credit for pulling it will rupture they hear that i find himself has carlos romero which is about asked name to gain carlos romero the hillside strangler and officers found a finance trades transaction car foothills strangling with that name in his pocket she is a financial transaction cardi probably took from the dealership to report police then called police then called tesla and we're able that's district of tesla and we're able to identify multiple stolen items from the business in his possession so dave tests also stole stuff police were able to positively identify the man weist waste.

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"weist" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"weist" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Red eye let us go to david and rochelle illinois david welcome you're on red eye radio welcome to the show uh good morning uh basically as far as i'm concerned with this whole tax package that they've got sorta out died out its or confusing uh dan if they just left everything alone uh as far as the uh congressmen and senators wrong blue states my idea would be this okay here uh they don't like the idea of of uh chicken suv option away pub i'll we give everybody so detox you're at at the highest blue state rate that they that jewish their their people everybody across the nation gets that same rate they stand would fly i don't know it wouldn't flag because you can pay for it um you know a and b uh then you'll have or sort of eat away or worthy of it wade who when they david can pave word uh the the problem is to is that right now politically and this was the absurdity is that the lawmakers from those blue states are saying this is uh the these this is redistribution of of wealth which actually no that's the problem we've had up till now so now now what i would say day with his is i've seen someone pitched the idea was on social media but had somebody that i respect uh that that pitch the idea and said uh you know if you were going to do that and make an equal it actively would be at the the at the minimum level one would get that that minimum level not the maximum not the highest rate as you proposed but find the that lowest rate and then everyone would get the exemption up to that point now i don't i still don't of i whether or not they could i i don't i have kgb see if it is going to be paid for this is the problem is david is is really if you think about it and we would all of a tax cut i have absolutely no problem at all with with tax cuts across the board but dianne weist well yeah exactly that's exactly where i was going the crying as.

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"weist" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"weist" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Um you contact we we often wofford anything we can offer what's our website do you recommend they send you an email because they get if they go to shatter wdov shatter the darkness got met top of that you'll see contact there's a written contact place and there's also the direct email to be okay so you go uh the horrible situation and this is pretty widespread russia's and we're running all over george we're one that's one we were people and we're going to be good affiliates we now have had meetings like if mentioned with with a db seals of that we're going to you i've just cited listen other grandpa me i mean i i i look granddaughters and you got a duck the granddaughters and i you know these things in life but um were inundated with cases and when i hear this and i hear the word louisville which almost nobody brings up no federal officer bought it up to me not too long ago and and and so it's an active engagement with lewy dale something happen uh so yeah thomason your california thomas go ahead sharks thank you for taking my call us great information and i look forward to looking at your website and your book my question ross is about stanley kubrick's ice wide shot and he spent years making that movie tom cruise leapt that uh they spent over two years he on the call kept land that corporate and that which is very unusual for a movie the centerpiece of ice white shot it's a ritual or ritual that takes place at a gathering a party three or four days before christmas mansion in a mansion and that would be winter solstice curious yes that style weist park as accurate as far as say ritual satanic ritual some people believe and uh i was wondering what's your comments are good point appreciative remarks uh let me tell you we researched the film heavily and i've done a massive research videos only the 80s we purposely to see what is what is not legal that israel that that when i see the real luciferians uh by the way you'll notice the priest in the middle sweden with that thing that i it's a bad movie with it but again researchers research and in its backward romanian it wants research of look at exactly what you set.

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