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Doug Sits Down With Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Doug Sits Down With Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas

"Don't mind, take a minute or two and just sort of tell us about being born in North Dakota. You know, why not? You know, here we go. And just bring it up to where we're at now is sort of giving them a background of who you are. Yeah, so my dad was an air force B-52 pilot, so I was born in mine at North Dakota live there the first 5 years of my life. We moved to Florida for a couple of months where my dad trained to go to Vietnam. He was flying a smaller plane in Vietnam. And so then we moved to New York with my grandparents, while my dad was a Vietnam for a year and from there, North Carolina for a few years and then I mostly grew up in California. Escaped California moved Oklahoma and then when I had a choice, when I was 18, I moved to Texas and went to Baylor university and ultimately ended up at the University of Virginia law school and then back in Texas and married here in four children that all were born in the great state of Texas.

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 Retreating Russians leave their comrades' bodies behind

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Retreating Russians leave their comrades' bodies behind

"Retreating Russians who fled from a stronghold of left behind the bodies of their comrades On Norman hall Russian troops abandoned the key Ukrainian city of Lyman so rapidly they left the bodies of their comrades in the streets It was more evidence of Moscow's latest military defeat as it struggles to hang on to four regions of Ukraine that it illegally annexed last week Over the weekend Russian troops pulled back from Lyman with the Russians had used as a logistics and transport hub The troops fly it to avoid being encircled by Ukrainian forces Two days later an Associated Press team reporting from Lyman saw at least 18 bodies of Russian soldiers still on the ground A Norman

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Latest Poll in Oregon Favors Republican Gubernatorial Candidate

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Latest Poll in Oregon Favors Republican Gubernatorial Candidate

"This is one particular poll that caught my attention from Oregon. I was just there about a month or so ago doing a big event in Salem, Oregon. The new polling coming out from the oregonian is a shocker. It shows the Republican gubernatorial nominee in the lead in a three person race. 32%, again, this is a Christine drazen is getting 32% support. The Democrat nominee, Tina kotek, getting 31% and the independent, getting 18%. Folks, if the Republicans are able to pull this off, it'll be the first time in nearly 40 years that a Republican has won the governor's race there. I

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Why AJ Didn't Side With Tara Reid in Joe Biden Claims

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Why AJ Didn't Side With Tara Reid in Joe Biden Claims

"I know some of you were a little shocked that I didn't take Tara Reid side in this whole Joe Biden sexual assault thing. AJ, what do you mean? Let me explain what I'm saying. I don't like girls who come out 17, 18, 19 years later and talk about their sexual molestation. That always will bother me. Okay? I just don't think I've been around women in my life that raised me and who I love who would have done the same thing. And I hope my daughter would never be the same way. I would teach my kid if somebody fucks with you, you get in your face, let somebody know right away, I don't care about the job. You get another job. You can't just let your life get ruined. 20 fucking 30 years later, you're still crying about getting molested, fuck that. Let down to go break his legs with a bat. I'll go to jail for you, but you'll be happier knowing I did that. So let me just say, I don't like girls who weigh 20 years. So that's the part of her, I don't think is especially credible. But I do understand that she told her mother, a neighbor, a brother, all these fucking people, and they all corroborated her story. You know, so I have to say, in that capacity, she's on to something. And unfortunately, her mother's gone, but the other thing is, you know, the fact that everybody is sticking up for Joe Biden and not looking into this is just the hypocrisy we live in. Believe all women. It was such a mantra during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. Everybody had to believe fucking, what's the name? Christine blasey Ford. We had to believe it, even though she didn't know the date, the time, the address, what happened with Doric him, she knew nothing. And all the friends she said could vouch for her said, no, I wasn't there. I don't remember that. But yet, we all have to believe her. This girl, Tara Reid tells her story, never, never missed a mark, told four or 5 people they all back it up. Only two, three years ago, we had to believe all women.

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Ray Richardson: Bonny Eagle HS Teaches Porn to Students

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Ray Richardson: Bonny Eagle HS Teaches Porn to Students

"I have come to November. I will have done the morning show for 19 years. I had never had a more uncomfortable 30 minutes than I did this morning at 7 30 to 8 a.m. eastern. And I will tell you, I've been praying a lot about how to handle this, thankfully I was in charge yesterday morning and our pastor really came through so clearly. So what's happening here is yet another debatable point in our society should pornography be a part of the public education. And I don't know how that became a debatable point in our society. The book called gender queer on Amazon. It says clearly 18 years plus, they recognize this is a book for adults, doctor children. And I don't care how old the child is, but they're in public school. They were a child. There's someone's child. And a lot of the stuff goes on Todd because parents don't know. So I'll admit the truth. I dropped the ball on this, there's so many things going on. When this first came to my attention, I didn't get involved with it because, you know, there's only 24 hours in the day. And I'm usually awake for 20 of them. And I just didn't have time, but somebody sent me excerpts to the book last Friday. And I was appalled, and I won't say what I saw because I can't think of a flight way to do it. I warned my audience for 90 minutes this morning that I was going to graphically tell them what it was saying. In this book. And so what they did was they created cartoons, but they're cartoons of people. They're not Bugs Bunny, or Yosemite Sam. These are cartoons of people engaging in very graphic sexual gratification. I think that's a polite way to say it. Is that fair?

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Investor Neil Grossman Reacts to Larry Summers' Latest Comments

The Trish Regan Show

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Investor Neil Grossman Reacts to Larry Summers' Latest Comments

"Interestingly enough, speaking of economists that tend to have political views, you've got Larry summers out there, and now I'm going to play for you some sound he's at it, Aspen, just a few days ago at the festival there. Basically saying, what the heck happened? We had it going well. And then this. Here he is. We basically had inflation under control for 40 years, despite the fact that the price of oil fluctuated despite the fact that there were all kinds of supply shocks. We lost the thread along with many other countries about a year and a half ago with massively expansionary policies. Okay, so there you go. It's what you're saying, right? They just spent too much money. They lost the friend in my view a lot longer ago than 18 months. This is interesting, explain, explain. Look, the Central Bank of the United States is not a Central Bank, or it wasn't, and it's coming back to maybe to home. But it became a central asset manager. The basic premise became making sure asset markets were supported and bailed out more than anything else. This fed and will even misses Yellen. If you went through a normal risk return analysis, you cut off half of the probability distribution that's wrong. You're always going to be right. You think. They didn't want to consider the consequences. And when you overlay reality in the probability distribution and have to acknowledge that there's a risk, you take policy action earlier to address those potential risks. You've got, you know what? I call it ostrich economics. They stuck their head in the ground. Prayed it would go away. And all it did was get worse and they kept, you know, they came up with acronym or added J after our transitory was just a bad answer. I know, but it was a big word, though. It sounded good.

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125 die as tear gas triggers crush at Indonesia soccer match

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

125 die as tear gas triggers crush at Indonesia soccer match

"Friends of some of the 125 people who died in a crush set off by police tear gas after an Indonesia soccer match have wailed in grief as the bodies of the victims are returned home Distraught family members are struggling to comprehend the sudden loss of loved ones at a soccer match in east javan city that was watched only by hometown arima FC fans because the organizers had banned visiting surabaya's supporters due to Indonesia's history of violent soccer rivalries Please say 18 officers responsible for the firing of tear gas as well as security managers are being investigated the crush was among the world's deadliest disasters ever at a sporting event

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No. 2 Alabama loses QB Bryce Young, beats No. 20 Arkansas

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

No. 2 Alabama loses QB Bryce Young, beats No. 20 Arkansas

"Second ranked Alabama lost quarterback Bryce young to a shoulder injury in the second quarter of a 49 26 win over number 20 Arkansas Head coach Nick Saban says the reigning Heisman Trophy winner sprained the AC joint in his throwing shoulder But back up Jalen Miller led the crimson tide to touchdowns in his first two drives to open a 28 zero lead Had a 77 yard scramble on third and 15 to set up a touchdown Jameer Gibbs had 206 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries including a 76 yard touchdown to seal it in the fourth quarter I'm Dave ferry

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Corum, McCarthy lead No. 4 Michigan past Iowa, 27-14

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Corum, McCarthy lead No. 4 Michigan past Iowa, 27-14

"Fourth ranked Michigan scored on four of its first 5 drives and beat Iowa 27 14 The wolverines rolled up 172 rushing yards and 327 total yards against the nation's number 6 total defense and rush defense Blake quorum led the ground attack with 133 yards and a touchdown JJ McCarthy was 18 of 24 passing for 155 yards and a score for the wolverines who didn't allow a point until the start of the fourth quarter The hawkeyes have scored just 20 points in their last three meetings with Michigan Spencer petras threw for 246 yards and two scores for Iowa I'm Dave ferry

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Duggan, TCU rout No. 18 Oklahoma 55-24 as Gabriel gets hurt

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Duggan, TCU rout No. 18 Oklahoma 55-24 as Gabriel gets hurt

"Max duggan threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more is unranked TCU handed number 18 Oklahoma its second straight loss 55 24 People talked about you know all the stats against us and record you can still know what they've done national championships but we knew that it was our team versus their team And it doesn't matter about what they did In the past the horned frogs had four touchdowns of at least 62 yards including Doug and 67 yard run Tay barber's 73 yard catch came during a 27 point first quarter Sooners defensive back to Mont Harmon was carted off after being immobilized on a stretcher when he was injured in the fourth quarter I'm Dave ferry

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Why Congressman Jason Lewis Wrote Political Book 'Party Animal'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:02 min | 6 d ago

Why Congressman Jason Lewis Wrote Political Book 'Party Animal'

"What brought you to write the book and what are you trying to communicate in? Well, you're on judiciary, ranking members. So you know all about how we weaponize the bottles of the bureaucracy. And that hit me between the eyes in the 115th. I started thinking about this. And then just the craziness that was happening with the Trump, starting with the inauguration, and you were talking about people protesting. I had protesters on my front lawn. You and I were being demagogue over the American healthcare act, which was a good piece of legislation. And I thought, this is getting out of control. And I'm afraid that if you let the left right history, you're never going to learn from. And that's what was happening already with CNN going after every Republican and it was getting out of hand. But I think the epiphany for me was, you know, if you're not on the intelligence committee, you don't get to see the Intel until they say, okay, members can come over and view this. And it was when we did that and trudged over to the capitol visitor center and looked at this stuff and all I remember Doug is sitting there going, is this all there is. Is this? And we were consumed for two years. It was thwarting our ability to move legislation. The media were Gaga over this line. Just absolute line. Trump is going to be indicted tomorrow. He's a Russian asset. Now there was a Trump Tower meeting. All of which proved to be a lie. And I thought, okay, I'm going to start taking a journal. And so I started writing a journal. And what happened was that started to continue through three campaign cycles, 16, 18, and 20. Well, then 20 came around, I'm the Senate nominee, and we are locked down except for a rioters in Minneapolis. The third precinct was broke was burnt to the ground, talking about destroying government property, right? And it was so orwellian, I continued with these journals, and so now, in 2021, at this all these journals and you know what it's like to write a book, you got to put it in readable fashion. So I found a cabin in the Minnesota northwoods and for a year and a half, I just hunkered down and wrote basically a history of how we got to the point where we'd weaponize the government on behalf of one party.

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Janice Dean: Worst Case Scenarios for Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | Last week

Janice Dean: Worst Case Scenarios for Hurricane Ian

"The worst case scenario for Southwest Florida. I will say folks in Tampa Bay, you know, they're not out of the Woods just yet, but the worst of the storm surge, which is the most deadly part of a hurricane, is really going to be between Fort Myers and Sarasota and we could see upwards of 18 feet of storm surge and obviously if you live along the coast, that's going to put homes underwater. And the category of the storm and we're almost a category 5, but it's not even relevant right now when you're talking about a storm surge of 12 to 18, even 20 feet. And then we have high tide that's moving in in the late afternoon. We're expecting the worst of the hurricane force waves and winds and surge and heavy rainfall. It really, you know, Charlie went through this area in 2004, hurricane Charlie, people that know the area, remember Charlie, but this storm is three times the size of Charlie. It will be devastating. I am, I hate to say worst case scenario, but it really is the worst case scenario in this area. And I just hope people heeded the warnings because I mean, they're using catastrophic deadly, those types of terms, the national hurricane center likes to steer clear of unless they actually know that this is a probability. So when you see those dire warnings coming in at 8 a.m., just hours before the storm makes landfall, it really takes your breath away. And I am urging people to just pray for people in Southwest Florida because this will be devastating and it will be historic.

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National Hurricane Center Predicts Catastrophic Storm Surges in FL

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | Last week

National Hurricane Center Predicts Catastrophic Storm Surges in FL

"Following these developments out of Florida where it is looking grim. And the wind and the damage, the storm surge is beginning to happen. It will continue throughout our program and we're going to do our very best to keep you updated on this story. We've got a lot of video on our website, Todd stern's dot com, and you'll be able to access that, it will be updated throughout the day, Caleb park, Ben deeter, the whole news team. They're very busy today. Wanting to bring you the latest information from what we understand now from the national hurricane center, there now predicting a catastrophic storm surge, folks, I want you to listen to these numbers. This is not an error. This is the actual numbers, and we're talking about feet, not inches. But the national hurricane center now says that they're expecting a storm surge of between 12 and 18 feet above ground level. That's expected to happen somewhere between englewood, Florida, and Bonita beach, Florida that would also include Charlotte harbor. So that's a little south of Tampa Bay, but it doesn't really matter because the storm is so massive, it exploded in size late last night into the early morning hours at one point, by the way, there were actually two eye walls. From a meteorological standpoint, from a weather guest standpoint, it truly was remarkable to see to see that storm just explode, borderline category 5, but at this point it really doesn't matter. I mean, you're looking at sustained winds are going to be a 130 140 miles an hour. And this is very dangerous. If

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School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

"A Los Angeles athletic trainer who worked at two high schools has been charged with multiple sexual assaults prosecutors alleged that 64 year old Richard Turner raped or inappropriately touched at least ten girls while working as a trainer at van nuys high school and Birmingham community charter high school both part of the Los Angeles unified school district The alleged victims are student athletes between the ages of 15 and 17 Girls who sought treatment for sports injuries between 2017 and this year Turner faces 18 felony counts and is jailed pending in October arraignment Police captain Jeff bratcher tells the Los Angeles Times Turner's arrest came last week one day after a Birmingham student accused him of touching her inappropriately 9 other students then came forward alleging attacks both on and off campus Police say another student reported Turner in 2017 to the DA's office declined to file charges at that time for lack of evidence at a news conference Los Angeles district attorney George gascon said school is a place where our children should feel safe I'm Jennifer King

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Hurricane Ian nears Florida landfall with 155 mph winds

AP News Radio

01:05 min | Last week

Hurricane Ian nears Florida landfall with 155 mph winds

"Hurricane Ian rapidly intensifying just shy of a cat 5 as it nears landfall along Florida's southwest coast with some residents fleeing while others hunkered down With 155 mph winds Ian already being felt rain lashing the state heavy winds blowing through ahead of expected landfall later today somewhere north of Fort Myers south of Tampa This is going to be a nasty nasty day two days And governor Ron DeSantis says prepare for storm surge of up to 18 feet It's no longer possible to safely evacuate It's time to hunker down and prepare for this storm More than 2.5 million people under mandatory evacuation including Renee Korea I didn't want to risk it so my chihuahua and my daughters and we left town and just praying for everybody at home For those who did not evacuate the governor says treat Ian as if it were a tornado approaching your home He says urban search and rescue and National Guard are ready to help once the weather clears I'm Julie Walker

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The Same Censorship on YouTube Exists at College Campuses

The Officer Tatum Show

01:37 min | Last week

The Same Censorship on YouTube Exists at College Campuses

"40% of students are uncomfortable, disagreeing with their professor and public are in writing assignments or written assignments. The three most difficult topics to discuss on campus or abortion, racial inequality, and COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Um. I wonder, how is that consistently something that's difficult to talk about on campus? And it's also the same thing that you can not talk on YouTube about. Maybe there's a connection. Maybe there's a bigger conspiracy than we may want to admit. Right now on YouTube, if you talk about abortion, they will age restrict your video. Although they can show transgender strip shows to little kids, and that's not age restricted. I made videos about it, right? Right, Nick, that's not age restricted. But if I talk about abortion based on an education only perspective, they will age restrict your material on YouTube. And what does that mean by age restricting? Don't let them lie to you. Asian restricted isn't just so young people under 18 can not watch your clips. What happens is when they age restrict you, anybody that's not actively logged into YouTube can not see your video, no matter what age they are. And even if you're logged into and your 18 flyer will pop up or pop up will pop up before your video and it'll say, this content is sensitive content, do you want to go from there? Now, knowing the mindset of most people who have the tension span of a net with ADHD will literally look at that clip and say, I don't want no parts of it. I'm going to the video that I could just view and stimulate my mind for 30 seconds and be on to something different.

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Phil Schwenk: Focused on Students, Not Fake News

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:15 min | Last week

Phil Schwenk: Focused on Students, Not Fake News

"Controversy involves a television station out of Nashville news channel 5 and this is the headline and this will be the launching off point for our conversation. Hillsdale president Larry Arne, who I know. Hillsdale president Larry arn says racism is like sexuality neither should be discussed in the classroom. Now, you guys have been really subjected to a lot of fake news and a lot of smears and slanders by the media in Tennessee. What's going on here? What's the problem? Well, I think you summarized it and what you said. A lot of what we're seeing in the media is false. And it's not true to the work that we're doing in our schools and the hope for our schools. We're very much focused on kids and their education and the classical setting. So a lot of these headlines move away from what our actual causes. We care deeply about kids and their education. So when you start turning into a political commentary about Larry Arne, it's the president hillsdale and issues around racism and sexuality. You're kind of missing some of the core things that we're trying to do and that's established schools for a kids that are 5 to 18 years old in Tennessee. Now,

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Are Depressed Musicians Starting a New '28 Club' for Being Sad?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | Last week

Are Depressed Musicians Starting a New '28 Club' for Being Sad?

"Here's another young millionaire unhappy with the life they chose. Remember I told you a few weeks ago, Shawn Mendes needed to stop his tour for mental health check. And then it was Justin Bieber who had to put a stop to his tour because he needed a break and the mental health he didn't feel right. He was tired, he's 28. Were you ever tired of 28 years old? Then there was Demi Lovato last week saying, you know, she hates this touring, and she's probably gonna stop doing this after this tour, you know, and I can't do this anymore. And now the latest one is Halsey. You know Halsey? She's a cutie. Halsey's a real cutie and a great singer. She revealed that sometimes she wonders if she chose the wrong life after confessing that she feels a deep sadness, obviously this article was written with the day them pronouns. I will not say them. Halsey is a female, and that's what I'm going to refer to as. She said, I find that often there's a deep sadness inside me that no amount of worldly pleasure can touch a loneliness, an emptiness. I wonder often if I chose the wrong life for myself, and the weight of it is suffocating, I'm sorry that melancholy has penetrated my art in a way that hasn't served a greater purpose other than my own self loathing. I'm approaching my 28th birthday in a week and just now exhaling and gasping for air for the first time since I took a single breath in this new life at 18, a breath that was meant to sustain me for a decade. What the fuck is she talking about? You're 28 years old. You've got millions. What are you quitting for? Is this the new magic age? At least Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, and others checked out in 27. Is this what happens when you turn 28 if you're in music?

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"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"She came into office at a time when our previous mayor was sort of beset by allegations of past misconduct and sexual abuse of young people when he was younger and so she came into office. She was elected as a figure who she had been a. Us attorney for a long time or family was a staple in local politics and so she was named the people knew and they had kinda came into office on a promise to bring stability to the city and as a lawyer as somebody who could kinda challenge donald trump and she governed in a way. I think that was. She never rock the too hard or anything like that. She was in some ways. Sort of a cautious mayor. But you know after the last year around the pandemic and the protests basically decided that she couldn't or what she says publicly. she couldn't do. The job of being mayor will also campaigning and so decided that her time in office was going to be one term from which seattle means. That's three mayors neuro that were guaranteed the have only served one term. So we've seen a lot of turnover in in the mayor's office seattle. We are writing the final chapters of this generational challenge. The state of our city. Is resilient we are fatigued but determined. We are challenged yet compassionate. never bet against seattle. This year we will continue to be tested but we will begin to recover and rebuild more equitably. Thank you and please remember mask up and stay safe action to her. Not running for election again was kind of i. Think in some ways kind of here. We go again because seattle has discovery now over the last decade plus of having wonder mayors. There's been a lot of turnover. And i think in some ways that has made it a little bit difficult for city hall to string together as sort of lengthy coherent policy trajectory at the at the same time. I wouldn't say that there was a lot of surprise. The mayor was clearly. I mean it was a hard time to be a mayor in any city. She and her staff. I think had been under the banner a lot of pressure around their response to the protests and the police departments response to the protests and So think it was simultaneously. People were not all that surprise. But also i would say maybe a slight collective eye-roll as far as the two people now who are competing to replace her. Both of them have a long history on the seattle city council. Which in some ways a little ironic because a lot of the narrative over the last year was that people were really upset with the seattle city council and city hall and now the two people that are competing to be mayor. One of them is the current president of the seattle city council and one was the former president of the seattle city council. So what we have our our to kind of institutionalists. Both of them are coming from slightly different directions. Council president current council president lorena. Gonzales is running a more progressive platform In fever of taxing large corporations. And you know being a little more aggressive on reimagining policing bruce. Harrell is running a little bit more business. Friendly campaign has not come out fever of cutting the police. Departments budget still serve running and pro-police candidacy and so you've got this sort of clear dynamic between the two current and former members of the seattle city council but one of them a little more progressive than the other. I would say and do this. Stage of the campaign david just now. How would you describe the moods among the prospective voters that you've spoken to so far the mood is the -standingly consistent which is people wanna see progress on homelessness. People want to see progress on housing prices. It's it's difficult that there are so many homeless people in seattle. And then it is. You know rents are going back up. Housing prices are through the moon. If you're a young person you basically have no chance of buying a house in seattle. It'll be a very consequential election because for a few reasons one because people have really. I think in a lot of ways at the end of the rope with homelessness issue from all directions frustrating for a cd as rich as seattle is there are still people. Struggling the such destitute situations as a lot of almost people are in seattle and then at the same time i think just the fact of how visible has frustrated a lot.

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"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Impera seven fifty one here in london. Parlins government enraged. It's rarely counterparts last week. By passing a law which placed limits on the restitution of artworks stolen by the nazis. Israel immediately condemned the law as anti semitic because it effectively stopped survivors from regaining property seized during and after the second world war. Let's find a little found out a little bit more now by hearing from capitol do his apartment. Charles russell speech lease specializing in art and luxury. Asset law a very. Good morning tea de komo. Thank you so much for coming into the studio. So could you just briefly recap what this this. Huge argument is between poland and israel so essentially the the polish government have long struggled through different Through different governments to to to deal with the issue of restitution And the and the giving back of property that was confiscated by the nazis and the communists They had laws. In place that effectively nationalized properties that have been lost as as families try to flee the persecution from the nazis as i say governments have struggled to find the right solution that meets with approval with the local population but will say Attends to the needs of those that have obviously been wronged This latest piece of legislation. They effectively closed the door on any claims being made by families who had hoped that one day they might get their property back whether that's real property or art or other objects and is the main cause of concern between poland and israel the moment why does it close the door because most of the compensation confiscations happened Very shortly after during the second world war and this thirty a limit is from the date of the confiscation say mesa currencies of now being in gone And so claims will be maybe to get them off the ground to bring them to court. And that's what's the polish foreign minister said but the court sir and beholden to the laws of the land and applicable law. In this case will will say no to the claims and it appears because of the sort of suspicious specific time limit on this that the suggestion is that this is a deliberately antisemitic policy. That's the suggestion. And i'm not going to suggest that i knew. The tree made his behind it Countries not just paid and but other countries have struggled to find the right balancing act For these sorts of claims there there is a need some some say for certainty There is a need for for clarity on on how long these claims can be outstanding four and poland is taking rather more hardline. approach If you look at other countries In similar geographic regions austria for example. They attempted to set up a compensation fund back in two thousand That gave a time of just three years for for people to bring a claim it gave two hundred and ten million dollars towards claimants And that didn't meet with approval because it wasn't enough money pretty for for the compensation that families wanted. How does the claim system generally work. I mean he was claiming water. And how do you go about it. There will be people now who are walking around unaware of what their forefathers lost. Yes well it's not easy and you know. I think that's part of the problem that needs to be an access to this type of justice But it's it's often convoluted is often murky it it There there are conflicting laws. Conflicting international declarations. So it's not easy for for for an individual to to know where to start maced claims towards institutions museums And there's a there's a the ones that are usually successful or whether they're objects within a within a public collection For example and not work there there are quite now well trodden paths for claimants to go down and films like the women in gold Inspire and and enlighten claimants to bring these came forward. But it's hard when there's real property in place When people have pets bought and sold houses over a number of years And if there isn't the compensation the funds in place to properly compensate those who bought the house in good faith or those who have lost the house because of their persecution This this new real right answers and it's very difficult to to find one. What is the success rate for for restitution clinton. They're very lane. I mean we shouldn't throw stones in in glass houses here in the uk so to look at the uk and just from an art specific but background. Because that's where i've been involved in in prostitution and and a nazi repetition We have panel here in the uk. Cool the spoliation advisory panel. It's an advisory panel as the as the name suggests it doesn't any decision or recommendation it makes is not binding but If a claimant brings came forward to a museum that perhaps has an object that might belong to a family member lost family member. They make a recommendation on what should happen to it. They've had twenty two claim since incorporation. Back in the early noughties. I'm they've made a ten recommendations for us to be returned and of those. Any one museum agree to that and the other nine to to keep them. How frustrating is that for you. It's very frustrating. Well not not frustrating for for me as a lawyer. Because you you take on the client's 'cause and you're fighting their corner But it is much more racially damaging and upsetting for the for the family involved because often these objects represent are more than than the than the painting cameras which they might really and there were these different issues issues of making a direct claim against one person because of what what was taken from them but the more general claims against in a institutions and of cultural appropriation and cultural theft. Many people would say it's much murkier world. There isn't it it isn't and this. I guess this is a i want to say a thin end of a wedge but this has opened the people's eyes up Nazi restitution to to white issues of restitution imperialism clooney elizabeth and The arts council england here in the uk has appointed The institute of art and law to look into How museum should be resting. Not just with nazi restituted looted objects but will say african and asian which sits in the british museum and the victorian album museum. And and how do we do the right thing by those people because as you say those as important cultural intangible heritage and those objects cafe thank you so much for joining us on monocle twenty four. That's all we have time for today's program. Many thank our producers. Daniel h page. Reynolds and charlie film mcchord our researches sophie monitoring claims dos julia louis allen after.

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"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Hundred thousand seven twelve here in london new with the globalist live on monocle. Twenty four with me. Emma nelson now new zealand faces another full lockdown after the country recorded just ten cases of covert the stay at home order will be in effect for just three days but it is a sign of how stringent the government's approaches to stopping the spread of the disease. Let's from door walters. A journalists based in new zealand's good morning. good afternoon laura. Good evening. Excuse me. I must get my time. Zones doesn't just bring us up to date with what is happening here. Because i think quite a few quite a lot of people outside the new zealand or other slack-jawed at the the the reaction to such a comparatively small number of cases. It almost seems kind of disproportionate. Doesn't it so win. The nationwide lockdown was announced last night new zealand. Time to twenty four hours ago there was only one confirmed case and you could understand why people especially people the world not new zealand might be gobsmacked that the entire nation is going into a hashes legal of lockdown. We just one community case has been confirmed. But what what has happened with their case is that The officials in the government were actually able to trace it unable to link it to the border and before able to isolate it and do all of that context tracing and 'isolation work that needs to be done in order to stop the case from spreading further so. They made the decision very quickly to put auckland in another region. The carmando with a swan case traveled and to a stephen day level four lockdown and for the rest of the country. We've been put into a three day legal for lockdown and then of course that will be refused. I'm so it almost seemed like an overreaction but what we've seen play out so far today in the twenty four hours since this case was confirmed shows that it probably wasn't an overreaction specially in the new zealand contexts where the hasn't been any community cases. You know that the country is going for this elimination strategy so it was seen in the past twenty four hours as that. There are more confirmed cases. Coming through this morning i think there were four more cases by the save nang. There was the title of teen cases. And what we've seen the is that this person has been moving through the community without the covert being detected for possibly as much as two weeks so that means that they could easily right now be as many as one hundred cases in the community in new zealand The visited places like at some of the plight cases. Sorry had visited places like a casino on a saturday night that visited a church are one of the crisis works at a school. One is a nurse at a hospital so you can say how quickly this could sprayed in the government sore that the only way to to isolate these cases to track these cases in to to make sure that it wasn't speeding. That was to put the entire country into this hash. Lever for lockdown. Do we know exactly how this one individual caught it when the nation has effectively been closed for more than a year so that's am currently got official stumped through genome sequencing today. They have managed to link the man's case towed the the new south wales outbreak in But they haven't been able to figure out exactly how that case came into new zealand. So that's what the officials and health workers will be working on. I'm over the next twenty four hours. They'll be trying to figure out whether it somehow linked to any of the cases.

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"18" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

"Get your point across people have these ideas about what is claiming what isn't like paypal like a toilet seat disgusting but like a mobile phone. Oh that's fine but in reality it's probably the other way around in terms of what is isn't cleanly cleanly cleanliness. The clinton out feel like a toilet seat leaned the senate ause sanitizer or some sort of cleaning more than a fine would. That's a good point. When was the last time you got to sanitizing cloth and rubbed all of you. All like an antibacterial. What you did not lie those ally. Yea say oh. I've had some experience with this kind of different. I was on holiday with cameron. we're in new zealand. Burn coins san and we'll just go for scale holiday and in the first hotel that we had we shared bathroom and are maybe going into the bathroom and he had one of those little plastic covers. Ivories toth brush. I'll seeing myself. It weighed what do you do that for. Asked why we got that stupid. Fucking dude. I looking thing on your toothbrush because my poo paddock was travel. Okay half our walk. The toilet brushes over there three. My sheet will be covered on this whole room. You take a shit. Goes every the whole rooms coveting. Just little particles. I don't want to brush my teeth sheet. That's fair enough. Yeah but i just don't know if agree with it. I want to say slash to with you know scientists and you to be most of the time so you're going to have to just believe me on this and to be honest. I think everyone should start brushing teeth in the kitchen of that information. If you're sitting next to my any farts and you start to smell far. What do you think is going up your fucking nostrils fought. Whatever it was inside your asshole. Right india is apparently most of the actual particles get stuck in the clothing. The cloth and it's mainly just the the gases that you smelling that coming from you so much but that they might walk around with just free ball missed some loose shorts on shocking shoot. Yeah right so what you're saying is marks. The nightclub is talking. This lady fist pumps don't can hear each other and he's been number and she's so he gives her east fine put your number in.

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"18" Discussed on Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak

Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak

"The disparity. Lots of confidence say cleared for diplomats. I'm just seeing them getting old and getting by on the beach very quickly. I think the first off. That was the case i think they were doing. Much of the top i think after some substitutions i think the mask boy gracious. But that's of greek freak. Gave them the good yeah. I moved to save your goal beggar on one and a half year one two years of course it was a major outage. Look maybe it's my is letting them. Yeah i think what happened is now. They have now put themselves. You know audible stating now. They're lost one match on much at thing. Now they almost seem as cullen scotland on the other hand czech republic in england would be sitting out. I think they'd be telling the Four four points the piece. I think so those playing next nick so that'd be good creche. actually i take board scotland. Women were beat scotland. And we're from jacob. Bubbly getting len ways. That ben royce might be defended. Good have a good good anti faucet drug if the take england devoted the voter through because the mismarked be that again and england. Scotland was so far one of again boarding matches. Think like spain. Sweden billy gilmour played. Well i found this guy goes played from england as amount does play pretty well. I was shocked way. South did has kept getting his menacing hundred percents for coming in. I think that a lot of analyst hasn't scored. I think that they should be able to play. We're letting with sancho greenwood guard. Oh dog i think a lot of good player would players putting them because the major said yesterday because mountains creating so much is is and that nolan going to the rebound goalkeeper more of more finishing. I think cain is not the fastest. Not getting the governor. This really money's not but he's probably one of the best finishes in the woods finish. Yes i think. Court southgate has focused on base that they can get the ball dribble of that so i think he kept stealing scored sterling infighting as state but carries buddhis- reputation. Move for land is to pay. Who can run some cross. Oh can do some finishing next tooling an answer. Somebody who has experience as being a gooding strike what is but at the moment. He has of naming greenwood and everybody clap for and so i think bashford is gonna rash. Graphic would've been scoring mon. Was there for me as a month later early. Well but things caught played good robertson its ongoing offensive will be leading expert ranking and all the rookie but the english been perform. Better report important putting lindy should have won the punch. Okay then let's give some diving forbears Was each other tomorrow angry. Frogs will generously in poland thanks thank..

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"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"We are turning to the world of music and to get the latest news from that very sector. I enjoy now in the studio by monocle. Twenty four page reynolds a page. What are we starting with. I should say this is going to be a regular or semi regular new thing. We are going to attempt on the daily. You have even down. You've even broken down here into little formats so don't screw it up is what i'm saying pressure What are we starting with. Well as you said there's going to be before it. It might be subject to change. Perhaps i shouldn't voice exactly what it's going to be. It's going to be. I'm going to talk about dale. I'm going to talk about a launch. Usually kind of maybe in the tech world of music and then talk about a musical released. So we're gonna start today with the deal That is this week's deal between sony music. Entertainment and something else. Something else are. Uk's largest independent poke cost production company said it says sony music acquisition of a big causing company and this condo point so much broader trend that we're seeing at the moment within the global poll industry of tech giants Music streaming services bake labels wanting to get into that poku wild because you know way costas we can see the value in of course. But i think there's a lot of other people hunted industry minded people who also saying how kind of audio services a really really taking off quite interestingly I was reading about it. The interesting thing for music streaming services like spotify that got really into focusing as well amazon who have music streaming service apple of course who've had focused for ages. It's a way for music. Streaming services to kind of differentiate themselves in tons of content. Because of course they will have the same catalog of music but by acquiring different focusing services kind of offering exclusive poku within this streaming services than the able to quite different content. And so it's kind of a way for them to create some competition between themselves And you know we. We've seen other deals. We saw amazon by one degree that was in december for around three hundred million A huge american po cost network And at the moment it's looking like there's still quite modest who's emarketer suggests that the Poku costing will raise about a million a billion dollars In in ad revenue this year But i think there's kind of a bright future. Well let's move along to the launch. You mentioned spotify and spotify. Have something new up this leave. This it says here is going to be there. Rival to club house which was an app which sounded to me like more or less my precise idea of what hell will be like. So how he spotify thing going to be any different well. That's a good question. So i think th the reason that specifies is going to be slightly different is it. The app itself links People who have pre existing spotify accounts. I suppose to the app right. So if you already have a spotify account you can actually just log into spotify green room without creating another account for something They also have a feature which is if you host audio every so. Let's explain actually so to anyone who hasn't heard of clubhouse what are the sensually is is you're able to create a virtual audio room for discussions much. Let me in you sitting here. Let's say with hosts and then you can invite participants. Participants can virtually put their hands up and they can become part of the discussion. And it's all happening live to. That's what spotify wants to do with green room And i think what's going to happen is for people who already po cost or distributed. Poku three spotify. What they do is have a spotify green room virtual conversation perhaps for fans of the podcast and then what they can do is they can actually request that audio from spotify green room and then upload it as an additional podcast it also enables musicians. Perhaps you use spotify spotify for artists. They're able to host classified green rooms again with their fans. And then upload that audio afterwards so it's kind of Just creating another audio world. I think spotify and finally then what was and we've had the deal and the launch so now the release. What was the release you wish to discuss. So i'm cheating over because this song technically treating honestly this some technically came out last friday But it's chart entry for the uk charts happened today just before we went on air It didn't chalk quite as high as predicting it charted at seventeen as entry point This song is of course. New zealand's famous pop export lord. She's back with her new trucks. Solar power Have you heard it already or have not. It's it's a fantastic shoot it. I i listened to it. I and i was not fussed by it but then i kept going back to it. It's very subtle very is very you. Forex sounding. I think she said that this whole next upcoming album. She wants to basically sound like the sun. It also sounds a lot like a primal scream song from nineteen ninety. I don't you remember the summer. Load literally old enough to remember that when it actually came out at the time as a thing so so she's actually officially kind of said that the loaded actually sort of was the blueprint for this song or that kind of happened organically so i think she was in contact with primal scream and has said. I'm really sorry. I stole your song. But it did actually come out of my head so so they seem happy with it. And i think. I'm within my rights and probably not going to get a sued into oblivion by pointing out the loaded did itself bear certain resemblance to sympathy for the devil by the rolling. Exactly so you know. Perhaps the cycle continues. But it's a fantastic track is produced by jack antonoff. Who's with pretty much. Everyone under the sun he definitely. The man needs a holiday in the sun. Perhaps but i think we're going to listen to the section of it now we are. Lord is in fact going to play yourself page reynolds. Thank you very much for joining us. That is all for this edition of the monocle. Daily was produced by carlotta rebelo and research by sophie. Monaghan coons are sound. Engineer was steph jungle. I'm andrew mullet here in london. The daily returns at the same time on monday. Thank you for listening and have a great.

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"18" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

"Clearly. Don't take it. Y'all add on the list. Gregory has an panned out for any jobs only the wrong kind of jobs. We need to work on your marketing skills. I would agree and we should have that discussion later. Oh looks is trying to get rid of wilder. Just like she got rid of care them whose case keenum column the keep up his name to do you know what you're the nicer the keeper anymore. Don't do i know where i am. Now orbach where did you come from mask romy. Yes meringue man. I've just been kind here in the city for awhile. Real jailed not really like going on my life until Till here filming. And he was really troubled and really upset. Here is really good. Finding people fair. I hope to find people better because he was real upset about you for some reason. He helped me find myself. I know about this if you knew this but he did. He cries at in one thousand nine hundred name layer deeper freaked deep feels deeper than normal. That is because Who is digging himself into it. I didn't realize so Any with the magic things can i just. I can't feel anything since my glass thing. That probably has expired right. That would have expired correct. Yeah no. I can tell that she's dead. Excuse me he's on dead. Whoa but i think we all know that at this point died over gorgeous. No what will i tell my mother. I still don't wanna talk about the same. We still don't know what her name moves. I sure don't want to talk about my father. Either we're not doing anything contract destructive. Stand out here. Contracted right wilder wilder had mentioned that. We're not getting anywhere. How can we find out where this as eos is. I wrote a note and it's a good thing looking at it. We can talk to all the grass. Just that's not know how to locate objects or people as you know. I'm very good at finding people noticed. Maybe i can do it. Yes who why don't you go look for house.

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"18" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

"It. Does he perhaps not always wear his his robes. And look at the mall data. I you know i never. I couldn't say that i ever looked him in wet. you know. you're looking awful dapper today. Maybe that was just my perspective. You thinking about other pushing. You told us about wondered if this is who my parents. I would money to because he said i would hope not. But not entirely show certainly justifies slavery. You're talking about although that's that's a whole nother conversation that i saw we've moved on from. I would like to smith. I've not fully moved on from it yet. But thank you. We will take that into consideration if when bla-bla-bla when you became mostly undid. I'd say all the way but sure right. Was there scorch marks from where you were laying. that's rude. These have a little bit of that. When oh sorry i didn't look i can take you back there if they don't that would be good. That would confirm some things for us. I guess that would tell us if christopher's buddy which did Did did did them. They are the scorches in league with ceos. Do know that. Come they disgorges. Are they any with other working together. Yes scorches looking back of. Are we talking about fire like the actual element of fire. That left us. Wash my scorch marks..

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"18" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers

"Don't give don't give an excuse to take off. He fair enough. I took my shirt back but conveniently undo but net the same right tucked in well. That's interesting I don't want to punch her in the face. I don't care eighty missing that you don't care so while usual rummy you saying don't carry i don't i don't not care it's that i don't care about any of you. Let's not wear an ice column. Yeah i haven't had a very nice two years pu very nice. I don't know how many days a mr dm sucking ceiling again breaking the fourth wall just for my own reference. And because i don't take very good nance. How long have we been doing this thing. Doing what thing that thing as the like savings in doing stuff without callum like since we've got back so after callum got arrested you guys went and did the sumo girl episode four and when you came back that was two years later then. You guys liberated water deep and since you've liberated water deep it's been another. I think i said a year and a half. that's what i was thinking. They it's spend three and a half years since you've been role in with callum died a year and a half ago yes correct. Yes yes yes. And you've only been resurrected for about the last day. Perfect i we. We don't your fresh thyme. Ripe unite say juicy just like those conversations well i understand that you.

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"18" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Family open it up so sank but and it was good. I read i was like oh. Yeah this is good. The only thing that made me sad was digging tip or not that close down and it reminded me that was one of the big bombers with you really correct it with rebirth is they. Were not so. I mean dick continues to be deep bat brothers and a little more like jason. Jesus went off on this one. Side quests. so it's in that we're kind of brotherly although it wasn't necessarily like we've been broke. The longtime was were grows on. This quest reminded now something that was sad. That kinda didn't really get back. Nope nope no batman robin ternal. Ob get some red robin issues towards the end of the year right. Well maybe next year. Oh yeah we could do. We could do the whole thing if you wanted to. Still grows in even red robin dicamba of They're they're definitely brothers. But then yet we kinda lose it. And i feel like they haven't told tim has really popped up in books. I mean sometimes gaming props up. But they've they. I mean in the modern. The modern times they have damian with that close relationship now fixing. It seems like instead of tim for the most. I don't like the kind of hinted that they were gonna make or sumi timid. Jason close. I feel like they didn't really totally elaborate on that. Yeah so it's a little bit sad. Really good family been going any sometimes to do. I mean i think they have good family thing going. They've kept it. Pretty decent. With dick and damian and with dick and bruce it may be know but. I'm not even sure that tim has that. Good of a family thing with bruce like cinemark on his own book where he wasn't really not i don't know but there's still some things missing from the old fifty two that i miss shots routine justice route. Dri call him greg. Who did that benfits shoot. No i mean i mean. We know that i wanted to mention. I mean we got some good stuff coming this year. We got a bunch of titans stuff and like his disappearances another like wonder woman back girl. Power girl Oh we got off. Wally splash book. So yeah. I've got some good stuff coming. Booster gold Mccain said some red robin yeah so let's grab bag for kids for the kids all right now about something that's coming up but why don't you that thing last night. It was just tom. Taylor should share like a piece of art. Nah yeah yeah. He tweeted out a it's a Burying cover for night wing seventy nine the april issue. He said yeah just amazing. Jamal campbell's variant cover. Yeah bruno redondo are having such a good time on this book. Can't wait for you. All to read it such reprinted. I mean it seems like they're having a really good time with its. Oh that's right. When i was looking through that man lack of white number i have has a night wing story in it. I'm not sure when that wants coming out. But i was looking through the list like my job has me order the stuff through through a web through a website. So can of scroll through what's coming. I noticed that once there was a night wing story in till the spring because number two came out last week. So yeah yeah. I don't yeah i just might be able or mesa remind but what we'll cover it. I'm just saying put on your on your police yours. I've been reading about batman black and white. it's good. I mean it's short stories. So it's right but he hasn't been in one or two now. Now yeah if you like stories about continuity. That's what i was going to go in to comment on infinite. Have you checked the dc shop parable. What is up with that. no. I can't be. There's no wingstop on this job. A bunch of stuff that they used to sell on the dc shops anymore like member. It'd they had that blanket that was flying. Reason thought it s not there thankfully if you bought universe incident and you got your the smell out our emailed out the other day the broncos. It's good years birth. Twenty twenty two but no you go to the shop and there's not very many things there. Yeah i was. I was really annoyed. So i don't imagine that anyone from dc was broadcast but if they do up your game in the shop money to burn. And there's nothing i wanna buy. That's why they give him a free money. Getting rid of the stuff they get rid of less problems. Are there anyway. That was so. I'm thinking rolling out more merchandise here soon. Because it's a little in on the ground exactly on decreasing gets more stuff exactly alright Mind distractions shall we. Yes wing seventeen and eighteen february and march nineteen ninety. Eight of course chuck dixon. Scott mcdaniel night weeks caution with very artfully shredded on her man. A lot of blood of now issue. Seventeen opens up with the stocking skies. Yet dudley soums describing Busting your members is getting attacked by blockbuster. This is when he realizes that his head is gonna be permanently backwards in so this is star decline into building. I mean i should say the start of to build. He was already skirt on the edge. But this is going to tip him all the way over. But that was more a villain because he's like When we get the around the turk get my head. Turn back around. The doctors can't medically impossible. He's all mad. And then we get to yup dick swinging over blood haven. All last issue of them with his spitting new car and he's already like anti car. Art him swinging over the city is just funny are issue about the car now he's like parking non existent so i couldn't take the car some officers on a lot of street you know. I'm just now. Money does still have the bats coming him so always. Yes and here's some gunfire knocks the hired hunters over and realizes while adversity. He's a big man. He's a big batch shadowy up. 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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"18" Discussed on Desi Books

Desi Books

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"18" Discussed on Desi Books

"Happened by accident. My maternal uncle and we're living with us for a while after my father hostile and they had a subscription to that which is how i managed define the story and got completely hooked. Each section was like a small but delicate and utterly precise surgical procedure but taken as a whole they add up to something. Truly momentus likened fairly complex process of separating conjoined twins. I was barely a teenager. Then only much later reading as an adult. Did i come to understand. Its brushing history and why it has been the subject of so many dissertations and also been called. Ascendance of bengali literature. It was also much later than appreciated. How surreal doug about that manages to steer clear of sentimentality while riding events that are so deeply emotional traumatic. If you do your job right you don't have to tell them how to feel. That's maximum i. Try to live by but i guess i subconsciously stumble upon it while reading of him which is why it remains a model for my own writing. Okay i'm down to my last recommendation here. So it's time you get serious and start cheating like say a politician. So i'm gonna do. What a certain president for example does very well even though he may not even know the tarver what he does which has offices the retarded desai's with which you bring up subject by alluding to it and then refusing to talk about it so for example if he said let's not talk about how week sleepy joe biden is. He's really trying to make par that he thinks. Joe biden is sleepy week. Similarly let's not include rushdie's midnight's children arise the god of small things are the white tiger and let's especially nodding to trump allies. The namesake in my list of the five dizzy fits because none is one of my favorites. In fact i read the namesake. Only ones and i also watched the movie only wants even though that's only because i don't need to read the book or watch the movie again and again to know that it's home just as i do not need to shortly illitch frequently to know that it's home but i have to tell you this. My daughter just turned thirteen. She has already read more critically pressure from classics to the modern than i probably did. By the time. I was twice her age and there are few things more exciting to me than to see her so enthralled by book that she forgets chore or even to eat which does happen from time to time and this summer to brooklyn the namesake to be harmless Book for now. I find that so hard to believe and yet so unsurprising that particular book and that movie where white my wife read and watched repeatedly because she claimed that the helter understand where i come from one of the most indelible memories my life is going to see the namesake in terror in texas reaching that scene. Where the brilliant actress taboo playing a shema runs out of the house and then runs out of air midstream and turning around to see all kinds of people in audience fighting their tears and losing the fight. Not that i needed it attack moment proved to me yet again not just a value and the power but also the necessity of storytelling in all its forms and our daughter who's only happen. Golly and who's only been to mongolian holidays and who never really got a chance to our mother is latched onto the same story without me ever so when i come upstairs late at night and the bedside light still on and the daughters is fast asleep and there's the namesake edge of the pillow..

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"18" Discussed on Bay Curious

Bay Curious

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"18" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Politics reporter Guy Marzorati has been covering profit teen for K. Q. E. D. Hey? ? Guy. . Hey. . So walk us through what we're voting on here. . So the very basics is that proposition eighteen would allow seventeen year olds to vote in primary and special elections if they turn eighteen by the general election. . So to clarify, , this would not have helped to, , for example, , me who was seventeen during the two, , thousand, , four, , general election and was. . Pretty disgruntled that I wasn't able to vote right right and I was in the same boat seventeen in the two thousand, , eight election. . This does not change that if you're seventeen when the general election is happening, , you still won't be able to vote. . This is really aimed at the voters who turned eighteen in the window between the primary and the general election. . It would let them kind of get a headstart and voting and let them. . Vote in the primary. . Now, , some people may think you know it's only the primary it's not a huge deal. . You still get to vote in the general. . Why does it even matter that you know young people would be voting in primaries? ? Well, , proponents really make two arguments and the first is question of fairness. . They say it's only fair that voters in the general election also gets a have a voice in the primary Elliott Talkie. . Of San Francisco was a freshman in college. . But for the past few years, , she's been advocating for this change for exactly that reason I was cheated out on this election cycle and thousands of others were cheated out to not be able to vote in the twenty twenty primary such. . An exciting primary I should add was really disappointing and I'm not the only one thing about all the people who are born between March and November and In the second argument is really around habit building. . So supporters say that voting is a habit, , the more you do it the more you're likely to do it in the future and that if you let seventeen year olds vote in the primary when they're still in high school, , they're getting civics education that education could be enriched by actually participating in the electoral process it's building a habit for the future and make these young Californians. . Habitual voters. . Okay and there are definitely some people who are not excited about the prospect of seventeen year olds voting at all <hes>. . Let's hear a little bit about what they argue. . Right. So . when this was put on the ballot by the state legislature, , mostly all Democrats supported mostly all Republicans opposed it and antitax groups are also against this measure they say seventeen year olds most of them are still in high school and their captive. Audiences . in classrooms who could be swayed by teachers especially on school bonds and school taxes they say, , basically, , they might spend a whole day only once side of a campaign and while there's eighteen states and the district of Columbia that allowed this changes well, , the opponents of prop eighteen say California's different because we directly vote on taxes, , school bonds, , parcel taxes, , and they say that these seventeen year olds are not to be trusted in. . Those votes here's Susan Shelley with the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. . So of seventeen, , year, , olds are seeing this in high school and then they're voting in a primary on school taxes school bonds they can be influenced to vote for these taxes without seeing the full argument or having the knowledge of the previous tax increases that may have been passed for the same purpose. . Another argument that I read was because our primaries have moved so early. . Some of these voters will actually be I, , mean closer to sixteen than they are to eighteen when they would be voting in these primaries. . Yeah and I think that's another argument made on the No side really about brain development that you know we've set this legal age eighteen and we shouldn't go any farther below it. . I haven't seen a whole lot of evidence to suggest that seventeen year old or somehow less likely. . To make these decisions than eighteen year olds, , there are seventeen year olds who pay taxes after all but that's definitely something you're hearing from the no campaign. . Now, , it's not often that we actually sea propositions that benefit teenage Californians. . How did this one? Make ? It on the ballot in the first place? ? This was on the ballot by the state legislature, a , two thirds vote and it was largely Democrats who backed it <hes> There was only one Democrat who voted against it in the legislature only two Republicans who ended up supporting it. . Okay. . So even though the legislature has already passed this law because it's basically going to be an amendment to the state constitution, , they have to get a public approval for it. . That's right and you might be thinking wait doesn't the constitution of the United States kind of set the voting age and it? ? Really Only, , addresses the fact that you can't deny the right to vote to citizens who are eighteen. . It really doesn't speak to allowing younger citizens to cast ballots, , which is why you've seen a number of states moving this direction and allow seventeen year olds to participate in the primary. . At least if they turn eighteen by the general election, , is there any idea on what kind of impact this will actually have a voter turnout? ? Well, , we have some idea and that's because of a study by the Public Policy Institute of California which took a look at what they called the so-called prop eighteen voters, , and there were two hundred, , thousand such. . Californians in this boat in the last couple elections, , these voters are potentially a significant block especially for primary elections where votes can often be very close decided by a few thousand, , a few hundred votes even but another key finding the study found was that the participation of these group of voters is really far from being guaranteed experts and civic engagement say that passing this measure alone is not going to be enough to boost. . Turnout rates among young voters I talked with Ron Tariq has about this. . She's a sociology professor at UC Santa Cruz I think that propositions eighteen if it passes will be very successful at increasing turn out if it is coupled with civics education at the secondary school level, , it creates an opportunity for a secondary school educators to really concentrate more time and resources to developing the curriculum that excites people about voting. . So even folks who are backing this change say it's not a panacea. . A won't solve all the issues around voting rates in participation of young voters. . Alright. . K Q d politics, , reporter Guy, , Marzorati thanks for your help. . Thank you. .

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