36 Burst results for "20 Years"

Will Chamberlain's Thoughts on the New Online Information Space

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 2 d ago

Will Chamberlain's Thoughts on the New Online Information Space

"I want to get your thoughts on as we look at online content. Who owns it and who should get paid? You know, that's really the question. Yeah, and I mean, I think there's a number of things to consider. First off, I mean, Salem's on conservative media. I've used to run a conservative media outlet. I can tell you. It's a very, very challenging thing to do just from a business perspective, and it's much more challenging now than it would have been, say, 20 years ago, when the Internet was less dominant in terms of how people got their news, and so there's a real case to be made that there's a reason a lot of conservative outlets, places like the daily caller in the Washington examiner and the Washington times are all in support of this bill is because I think they see it as a very key lifeblood to keep their operations going and as someone who ran human events, I understand where they're coming from. It's really hard to make money. Advertising, the way to think about it is it's collective bargaining for smaller media outlets than smaller journalistic enterprises. It gives them the ability to bargain collectively with Google and Facebook for the right to display and link to their content. And I think if I have to choose between a collection of media outlets, some of which are a good chunk of which are liberal, but a number of which are also conservative and really need something like this. Versus Google and Facebook, I think it's a pretty clear choice. Google and Facebook have been deeply adversarial interests for a long time and they're massive monopolies themselves. So I think that if anything, this is a way to sort of balance the playing field a little bit.

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Fresh update on "20 years" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:09 sec | 23 min ago

Fresh update on "20 years" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"News. It was exactly 20 years ago, the Christmas comedy classic elf went into production. Company legend Bob Newhart, joining WTO to share memories of playing papa el I read it as I told my wife, I think this is gonna be a brand new sim is miracle on 34th street. Bob Newhart says he was amazed by Will Ferrell's performance as buddy the elf. Will was marvel. I mean, it could have been just like a jerk, but with will's charm. You believed

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Liz Wheeler Describes Her Conservative Upbringing

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 3 d ago

Liz Wheeler Describes Her Conservative Upbringing

"Were you raised in a home that understood the things that you are now talking about all the time on the Liz Wheeler show? Yeah, I'm one of the lucky ones, I think. I'm one of 5. I'm actually the second of 5 siblings. My mom stayed at home and not only raised us, she homeschooled us, my dad left the corporate world and is a small business owner so that he could spend more time with his family. And I'm so grateful for my so grateful for my upbringing. I always say that I became conservative because my dad was invited not forced us to help him do his taxes for his business when we were young. And so we got to see firsthand what happens when the government, when the government levies taxes in an unfair way and how that impacted our lives. And so I grew up and I was a competitive swimmer, and then I actually was diagnosed with a serious autoimmune disease in late high school. And I got to see unfortunately, I guess, for myself, what it means when you're responsible with your own money when maybe insurance doesn't cover an alternative or new treatment. And that because my dad had been responsible and saved his money, he was able to pay for that stuff to save my life. So I kind of had this, this rearing, this upbringing, where yes, it was, I was taught conservative Christian values. But then you kind of get to an age where you have to embrace that and take ownership of that yourself and I did write a late high school early college, I got very interested in politics around the 2000 actually it was 2007 during the primary between Obama and Hillary. And the rest is history the last, however, many years that's been almost 20 years. That's what I've been doing.

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David Carlucci: Titles Can Be Deceiving

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:47 min | 3 d ago

David Carlucci: Titles Can Be Deceiving

"Urban areas, suburban to an extent, but your urban suburban areas are going to be your more blue or purple if you would. Everywhere else in this country is red, okay? You look at the maps for the last 20 years in presidential elections. It's this massive red country except for the blue popping, you know, in the areas we talk about. And that just happens. And I think it is funny. Yeah, I mean, I see my side, you know, we got this and right now, frankly, and just, you know, I'll be honest. McCarthy's got a problem. And it's a problem that I've talked to members in the caucus that have said, if he gives too much. And right now he's got four or 5 and just say, hey, no, we're not going to vote for you. So there's not a lot to give, but if he did, then you start to lose other members of the party. And it's the same truth. I love how y'all do it though. I love how the Democrats do it in Congress. In their elections, if they have a controversy or a different group, they just make vice chairs. I have never seen a conference that had more leadership positions than the House democratic caucus. It is the most amazing thing about it. Well, I'll tell you, that's something I've done a lot of work on the state legislatures. And it's been a lot of fun because you get to learn about these 99 different chambers in the United States. Because every state has two chambers, except for Nebraska, which is unicameral. But so you see the party leadership or the party in power in the chamber, you got to be very careful because majority leader might mean something different from state to state. You can have conference leader. And I've seen that on display in New York. Back over about 15 years ago, there was all these titles. And the conference leader was really the leader. You know, the majority leader was just ceremonial, but you had to know what was going on. But you see that in these chambers where these titles can be deceiving.

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Is Fomo the new greed when it comes to investing

Blockchain Consultants

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

Is Fomo the new greed when it comes to investing

"12 a.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Is FOM mo the new greed when it comes to investing? If investors insist on trying to time their moves in stock markets, said Warren Buffett almost 20 years ago, they should be fearful when others are greedy and greedy only when others are fearful. It is good contrarian stuff. And the time honored depiction of markets in the permanent push pull grip of these two animal spirits. The post is F one of the new greed when it comes to investing first appeared on blockchain consultants.

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Jim Carafano on What Sets the U.S. Apart From Russia and China

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 5 d ago

Jim Carafano on What Sets the U.S. Apart From Russia and China

"You've served this nation in uniform for more than 20 years in the U.S. Army. You fought the Cold War, are you ashamed of what we represent in terms of the administration and business leaders? So this is ironic. Because on the one hand, they talk about global norms and all this other human rights. Right. But on the other hand, when China or Iran or even Russia to these horrific terrible things, they just feel muted and embarrassed. And I think this is the difference between them and us. And by us, I don't mean we are neocons that want to go out and bomb everybody and bend everybody to America as well in the world. It's this notion of this is when we talk about America's global interests and responsibilities. It's not the World Economic Forum and globalism and global governance. It's about what's in the best interests of the American people and often we find out it is standing up for, you know, I say this all the time. What's the difference between us and Russia and Iran and the United States fundamental America and all the countries and people in America and that we have all kinds of different things. But fundamentally, we and the free world, whatever you want to we believe in basic human rights, not being beaten up and thrown in jail, not being allowed to pray. We believe in human rights, we believe that the governments ought to be elected by their people and the government ought to be accountable to their people. And we believe that I don't care some version of the free market system, whatever you want to call it. You work hard, you should get rewarded for that, right? And you should have private property. Exactly. Right. We believe in those things. China, Russia, Iran, they don't believe in any of those things. And not only do they not believe in them, they see their mere existence. As a threat to them. As the ultimate obstacle, the expansion of their power and influence and it must be destroyed. And that is why if you are in Moscow and Beijing in Tehran, you wake up every morning with one that today I hope is the last day America is in the world.

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Taliban silence Voice of America broadcasts in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Taliban silence Voice of America broadcasts in Afghanistan

"U.S. radio service, the Voice of America has said that the Taliban have banned their FM broadcasts in Afghanistan, the VOA said the Taliban had also banned radio free Europe, also known as radio liberty, from broadcasting in Afghanistan, both VOA and radio liberty are funded by the U.S. government, although they claim editorial independence. The Taliban said the radio services repeatedly contravene their new press laws, the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 as America and NATO were in the final weeks of their pullout from the country after 20 years of war. The Islamic group initially promised a more moderate rule but have since restricted many rights and freedoms and implemented their harsh interpretation of Islamic law. I'm Karen Chammas

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Oath Keepers' Rhodes guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Oath Keepers' Rhodes guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy

"The head of the group, all the keepers has been found guilty of charges connected to the capital insurrection. I Norman hall. A Washington D.C. jury convicted oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes of seditious conspiracy for violent plot to overturn president Joe Biden's election, wrote was acquitted on two other conspiracy charges, defense attorney at tarpley. We're grateful for the not guilty verdicts that were received, were disappointed in the guilty verdict. The case handed the Justice Department a major victory in its massive prosecution of the January 6th, 2021 insurrection, seditious conspiracy, calls for up to 20 years behind bars and appeal will be filed. Norman hall, Washington

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Glyn Jones Talks All Things Icebreaker Finance

HASHR8

02:05 min | Last week

Glyn Jones Talks All Things Icebreaker Finance

"We'd start off with icebreaker finance. You guys made some headlines. I think it was two or three months ago now where icebreaker finance worked with maple finance, which is a lender of sorts. I'm going to allow you to explain it to listeners since you're going to be better than that, than I am. Do you guys made some headlines that you were moving to the mi fi sector right when all these mining firms were showing signs of holding distressed assets and interest payments that they were not able to make. So you guys were sort of seeing as maybe the savior coming in the 11th hour that was probably not a fair way of positioning it. But I think that's how a lot of people interpret it at the time. Now we're having you on the show to show you to talk about what you guys are boring against or lending out to people. But I hand it off to you. We'll talk about icebreaker finance maple finance and get a rundown on what those two are and how they interact together. So we earlier this year. And we really launched it with two thoughts in mind. The first is that we are of the view within the team that private credit markets going on chain with complete transparency of where do the capital come from and where is the capital going to on what terms, but with still all of the enforcement that is customary in any kind of commercial land. All of the security perfection, real world assets, collateral, all of that kind of good stuff. We think that's a tremendous opportunity that we're really keen to be a part of. So we're a collection of commercial bankers being in and around the game for a long time. I've spent more than 20 years in the industry, mostly the northern hemisphere. And we formed ice breaker, really, that we want to be part of what we think will be a real sea change in terms of how private credit markets work. And if that's a sort of a macro thesis, then within that question, but where do we want to start the journey? Well, for us, we wanted to start in the Bitcoin mining and digital asset infrastructure provider sector of borrowers that wanted to facilitate movement of capital from lenders to those borrowers and do it all on Jane.

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'Welcome to Crazy Town' With Eric and John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last week

'Welcome to Crazy Town' With Eric and John Zmirak

"To crazy town. I'm not going to John's mere trying to process the crazy. We were just talking about Donald Trump letting people into his life, whom he ought not to let into his life. And I think he never admits he's made a mistake or it's almost like a policy with him, don't apologize. Most of which I agree with actually because in many cases, when you do that, people just attack you more. But I will say this. You know, you have to consider to whom your apologizing if it's the woke mob that's slathering for blood, you know, you let it go. But when it comes to the neocons that he appointed, this is 6 years ago, I don't believe he understood what he was facing. I don't understand that he understood he's facing a deep state, a uni party people that are really basically against him and they're kind of coming on board almost to manage him and to make sure he can't achieve his agenda and to some extent he has spoken out against a number of them. But in any event, we have to go back to Nick Fuentes because this is the other end of the spectrum. This is somebody that Trump never never, never ought to have allowed to, you know, have a photo or a dinner. He needs to have a better filter. My fear, okay? My fear is that this terrible mistake of inviting this pitiful incel weirdo next fun days. That this will simply be used by the rhinos in his own entourage and family and circle, the rhinos who do surround him, this will be used to keep out real conservatives. So this will be used to limit the influence of somebody great like Steve Bannon or Mike lyndell or you because this will get you what this does is it feeds into the narrative that there is this dangerous far right movement out there. And we have to avoid being tarred by it, okay? Donald, we can't be tarred by association with this growing dangerous movement. None of which is true. Nick Fuentes is not leader of a dangerous movement. He is a cult figure for a small number of disaffected 20 year olds with nothing better to do than watch videos that make Holocaust jokes

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CEO Nate Jones Talks About His Company's Xlear Nasal Spray

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

CEO Nate Jones Talks About His Company's Xlear Nasal Spray

"Very interesting story here. I want to talk about how the Federal Trade Commission is targeting a company for trying to help people. It's remarkable. Nate Jones joins us, CEO of clear, and that is spelled X clear. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Well, hey, thanks for having me. Tell us your story. No, the story is I'm a founder CEO of a clear spell that are, but it's pronounced clear. And we've been selling nasal hygiene products for over two decades since 2000. And most people are familiar with using a saline spray. Ours actually has xylitol in it. It's a sugar molecule that is actually been shown to block bacterial and viral adhesion of a variety of bacteria and viruses. My father's a physician. He started using it in a nasal spray to wash out the airways of young children. In his practice, that we're having recurrent upper respiratory issues. And so we've been doing this for 20 years. And when this pandemic came along, we had a bunch of doctors that were using it for people with COVID and they called us and said, hey, you guys need to look into this. And so we started doing research and trying to find out what was going on there. And what we found in some of these studies and there was a study that came out of university of Tennessee where they showed that xylitol actually was able to block the SARS CoV-2 virus from adhering to the tissue. And so we started we went to the FDA and said, hey, we would like to do a human trial on this and see if it works. And they said, well, no, you're not a drug. You can't do it. We've tried many times. We tried to go into barda. We've tried getting this information into the CDC. And it's just been ignored.

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Pelosi to step aside from Dem leadership, remain in Congress

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Pelosi to step aside from Dem leadership, remain in Congress

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will step aside from democratic leadership but key per seat in the new Congress In 2007 now my privilege To present the gavel of the United States House of Representatives to the first woman speaker in our history the general lady from California Nancy Pelosi 15 years later For what purpose does the gentlewoman from California seek recognition As we gather here we stand on sacred ground the chamber of the United States House of Representatives The heart of American democracy For nearly 20 years Pelosi has been in democratic leadership in that chamber My Friends no matter what title you all my colleagues have bestowed upon me speaker leader whip there is no greater official honor for me than to stand on this floor and to speak for the people of San Francisco And she will keep doing that But as a rank and file member I will not seek reelection to democratic leadership in the next Congress One where Republicans will be in the majority For me the hours come for a new generation Pelosi is 82 as is number three House Democrat Jim Clyburn top deputy steny Hoyer is 83 and not long after Pelosi's speech said he too will stay in Congress but step down from leadership Clyburn has said he wants to keep a leadership spot but also looks forward to helping the new generation specifically noting the trio of Hakeem Jeffries Catherine Clark and Pete Aguilar For Pelosi it's all a moment of reflection When I first came to the floor at 6 years old never would I have thought that someday I would go from home maker to House speaker In President Biden's words the most consequential speaker in American history Sagar Meghani Washington

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Pelosi won't seek leadership role, plans to stay in Congress

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pelosi won't seek leadership role, plans to stay in Congress

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will not seek a leadership position in the new Congress Pelosi says she remembers her first visit to the House floor when she was 6 Never would I have thought that someday I would go from home maker to House speaker She was the nation's first female speaker and after nearly 20 years in democratic leadership For me the hours come for a new generation to lead the democratic caucus As Democrats prepare to be the minority party Pelosi says she will not run for leadership reelection but will keep her seat representing San Francisco Democrats cheered as Pelosi arrived in the chamber before her remarks and lined up one by one to greet her afterward Sagar Meghani Washington

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Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

"Have in studio none other than my boss, my muse. Katie gawker. Katie, it's been a long time. I haven't seen you in a while. Husband, it's been at least 20 minutes. Oh, why are you writing my credit instantly there? Although you have been on the road quite a bit lately, so it's nice to have you back in the swamp at least with me. And we have perfect timing for this discussion because you launch something very special today at the heritage foundation. You've been working on it for, I don't know, it feels like years, along with Mike Gonzales. So what is the title of the report that you've launched? It's how cultural Marxism threatens the United States and the most important part because it's always so what part, how Americans can fight it. So first things first, you and I national security backgrounds. I've been teaching Canada for almost 20 years. We had a company together, you specialize on the ideology of Jihad as well. You rose up through the swamp to actually serve the presidential appointee at the Department of Homeland Security. So why this paper? We'll talk about why the timing, but you're an expert on external threats. Now you're looking inwards. So give us the reason for this massive study. So it really came about because of my colleague, Mike Gonzalez, at the heritage foundation. Mike is has been absolutely extraordinary. These last three years, his focus in his expertise is really identity politics. Undermining what the left cause identity, but the truth about it. Yes. Right. The truth about the book on BLM and everything else. Yes. And actually, his extraordinary work, which I think came out before the book on BLM was a book where he really showed how we constructed this notion of Hispanic identity. I mean, before that, people would come here and they would just want to become Americans. But the left created these identities. Now to the point at which there's a box you tick on a federal form. Exactly. And that's exactly one of the points he makes, and that's exactly one of the points we address in our paper that we need to get rid of that. We want to be Americans. We don't want to be in our individual boxes. So

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DeSantis Wins Big in Florida

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | Last month

DeSantis Wins Big in Florida

"It is worth noting that Ron DeSantis won, what was the percentage? How many percentage points? He got 60% of the vote in Florida. Florida remember was a purple state. Do you remember that, folks? You know that Miami dade county has not voted for Republican governor in what 20 years? That would be a 5 elections. Elections every four years. And he turned it around. That's a very, it's a very compelling argument for Ron DeSantis. I heard somebody say actually a caller on the show proceeding mine here at the mother station in Los Angeles. Who made a very good point, and the caller said, Ron DeSantis makes a policy, and then looks at the polls. Doesn't look at the polls and then make a policy.

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We Have a Young Generation Who Wants to Hate America

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | Last month

We Have a Young Generation Who Wants to Hate America

"And I think this ultimately is the big picture issue. And I want you to hear me on this. Since at least 2020, our nation's public schools have been radicalizing our kids. Remember common core? They were teaching our children that America was founded by a bunch of terrorists. They called the Boston Tea Party and act of domestic terrorism. You remember all that? And then along came critical race theory. And they were teaching people to judge, you should judge people by the color of their skin, that if you're a white person, you are the oppressor if you're a black, you are the oppressed. And then along comes the sex and gender crowd with this radical ideology. You got, you have a generation of young people. They don't know their pronouns. Many parents had no idea this was going on. For 20 for 20 years, most parents had no idea what was happening in that public school classroom. For 20 years. When you look at the when you look at the numbers of people who turned out to vote, there were a good number of young people, so the young people actually got out and voted in the midterm elections. And what I find fascinating is those young people are the people that were in public schools and over the past 20 years. We're talking about the millennials. We're talking about Generation Z a group that has been radicalized to hate America. A group that has been radicalized to believe that communism is far better than capitalism. So theoretically, and when you look at how these young people responded, when Biden said, you know what, we're going to forgive all of your student loan debt. We're going to make the American taxpayer just bite the bullet on that. You've got a generation of young people that would rather just rely on the government. Look at what happened during the pandemic. Nobody wanted to go back to work. They wanted to sit on their fat butts and the bark loungers, getting a monthly check from the government.

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Make Sure to Support Catalina Lauf for Congress

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | Last month

Make Sure to Support Catalina Lauf for Congress

"Tell us your district Tell us where you're running so the people who are listening in that area in our WLS station over there they know to get out and vote for you tomorrow It's super important Yeah if we're in Illinois 11th district so it encompasses parts of mchenry county with Doc mchenry all the way down to Camden hills Alban Lamont bowling brook Naperville north aurora and everything in between that big line As you know the Democrats gerrymandered this seat However we are feeling very confident because the incumbent close to 20 year incumbent Democrat who's been backed by Mike madigan in the corruption it here on Illinois were ready to retire him tomorrow but we can't do it without the support and help of our people here in this district So if you're in that area please get out to vote take your family and friends because it's going to be it's going to be a great one Catalina lauf with AC Catalina Lao AUM look her up What's your website So people can go to your website and find out about you Catalina for Congress dot com and Catalina lauff on all social media platforms

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LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz on How He Got Involved With LIV

Fore The People

01:56 min | Last month

LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz on How He Got Involved With LIV

"How did it get started? How did you become the guy who announced in London? How did that conversation start? Long, long, long story, but essentially they first two people they hire to take care of the broadcast. From a technical standpoint, where the producer and the director, they hired the producer that JJ knows quite well. And you met him, John. His name's Keith hirschman. He was the guy who originally was the very first producer at golf channel. Basically invented all of the, all of the coverage that you saw in the first 15, 20 years at golf channel. And he was in charge of it all, and including hiring and developing the on air talent, if you will, or lack of talent and like this, but he was there. And we had talked a number of times and he always assumed that I would say no that's and he was right. I would have. Because there was so much anti noise out there. And you hear only one side. You tend to believe so much of the of what is being said. And then one day I was kind of sitting there just thinking about big picture thinking about the future moving forward, I turned 60 this year. You know, how much longer do I want to work and how much more do I want to keep going down the same path? Which I love doing the LPGA as you guys know. And I called up and said, one night, I go, I'm listening. And the very next day sitting in this very chair, I got on the horn and a similar call to this with James Watson and will steger, who are two of the brightest people literally that I've ever met in TV who are reinventing the will and the wheel in terms of the way golf was covered and we sat there. We talked about it. They answered all my questions and made me feel comfortable about something I knew nothing about. And including all of the questions that are continually raised throughout social media that I'm very comfortable where I stand on my moral ground. In that regard. And I said, okay,

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Cocaine Bust on Denzel Washington's "Equalizer 3"

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:44 min | Last month

Cocaine Bust on Denzel Washington's "Equalizer 3"

"So for me to hear today, drugs on this set of ecologic three, cocaine. I'm like, come on. You know, what would you think? I mean, this is 20 years ago. But still, at first, the story was told that one guy who worked on the catering team who was never on set, by the way, the publicists wanted everybody to know. The catering, they would never on set. Yeah, okay. This one caterer died of a heart attack one night coming out of a club or a restaurant. And they kind of came with the police came and the ambulance came. They took his body away, the whole thing, and when they go to the hospital, they're taking the guy's jacket off his pants off and a few packages of cocaine fall on the floor. Now the cops are like, wow, wow, okay, wait a minute. Now we've got to go investigate, you know, now that you have claws to go to this catering company and see what the hell's going on with it. And they do just that. And they find a 120 grams at the catering place. Now I'm not sure where in the vicinity the catering place was to the set of ecological three. I'm sure it wasn't that far away. But you know, okay, they weren't on set. But if you know anything about movies, they still have to be working and preparing meals for that movie, 8 hours a day or more. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, so what was to stop them from taking the blow with them and selling it on the side on the set? I mean, yeah, they could have been selling them out of there, catering company. Sure they could have absolutely. And that's probably more likely. But what's to say they wouldn't take 6, 7 grams to the set, actors have crazy hours. You know, staying up all kinds of hours,

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"20 years" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"On top of that charlie. I mean they're they're paying the ultimate sacrifice and we need to honor them and we need to rally and it's not just the national fallen firefighters like i was saying earlier. There are a lot of great coffee companies out there and i've been honored to try and work with autumn. A lot of veteran muniz ben as a firefighter at heart. This was perfect. I'm looking at your wonderful website minute. Men coffee dot com and it catches my attention. Coffee for we. The people and we are the sovereigns of this country unapologetically patriotic. We stand with those who protect and defend our freedom and liberty from those of us who wished to take it from us. Now everybody listening. We all have something that we are. Guilty myself included. I'd go to starbucks too often because it's convenient stop it and i'll tell him that to myself okay. I'm saying that to myself. I gotta stop. Now we've already waged war on dunkin donuts because their coffee is garbage okay. it's actually really bad starbucks. You probably think it's bad too. But it's everywhere it's ubiquitous so everyone we gotta gotta go buy from the good guys. They have the betsy ross. They had the don't tread on me. They have the victory line. The american patriot minutemen coffee dot com and producer. And i call them the other day and he was like man. This is good coffee. I mean we were just kind of chatting back and forth with it andrew. This is absolutely true. Because i went to school at the university of washington in seattle. Okay you know. It wasn't quite so radical than but donna. And i bonded over the fact that he's up in the pacific northwest. I have experienced in the pacific northwest when you are steeped in the northwest coffee culture. Your coffee better put up or shut up and this coffee is very very good. I will attest it's legitimately. I mean don you you you are following in that heritage. That is certainly true. In many ways probably exceeding this burns. Let's be i appreciate that. Andrew i really do. And i take pride. In the fact that you know we are roasting and small batches. This is one of our roasters directly behind me as you can see the green coffee you know all of our coffee a single origin. All of our coffees orders..

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"20 years" Discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Radiolab

"People. Don't freak out about this language it's relates to the incident and there's broad authority related the incident it does not relate to all terrorism every place. 'cause we're just talking about al qaeda who did this and the taliban who have harbored them right. Nope not necessarily gregory johnson again over time. What's happened is there's been this other sort of catchall category that has been read into these sixty words even though it appears nowhere in these sixty words and that catch all category is associated forces associated forces. Yeah what we've been calling these sixty first and sixty second words. Russell don't it. Is we define the enemy as kaieda taliban and associated forces. It's a whole different ballgame. Yeah so when you read those those all those words it did not include the phrase associated forces is nowhere in the text. So where does why could people site. Something that isn't in your. This is one of the enduring mysteries of this so the earliest example that we can find of those. Two words is in two thousand and four memo from deputy secretary of defense paul wolfowitz. He finds the enemy as al-qaeda taliban and associated forces. But the truth is it may have just been there from the beginning. Because according to ben witness from the brookings institution there is a concept in the laws of war. Called co belligerency. It's the idea that if you're at war with person a and person b. is on personnel is side in the war you're also legally at war with person. B makes perfect sense if think in traditional war terms because like we're at war with germany. Italy joins their side so by default were at war with italy. too right. so just transpose. That here if we're at war with this group called al-qaeda and a certain set of groups that aren't them join the war on al-qaeda side then you are legally at war with them. If you don't think about that too hard is crystal-clear but then the question that has arisen over time is how broad do you make that that circle because the problem obviously is. We're not talking about nation states anymore. We're talking about groups show okay. How close does the link to al-qaeda and the people who carried out september eleventh have to be so if you have someone who's connected to someone who's connected to someone who's connected to someone who is connected to september eleven is that enough or is it only three leagues or can you be an associated associate. Now we can't exactly know how. Broadly the obama and administrations have defined those words. We'll talk about why in a second but you just have to look at the news and you could see that we started with a war that was in afghanistan and then spread to a lot of different places pakistan. Libya somalia yemen. Yeah and in yemen. There's a lot of debate in a lot of discussion about like. Is this legal. Does this have anything to do with september eleventh anymore. Because now the group in yemen al- qaeda in the arabian peninsula which is a group that that was first formed in two thousand nine. They have their own hierarchy in their own structure in. It's not clear how in what fashion they take orders from either osama bin laden while he was still alive for now i am another one. Hurry so does this make them an associated for so does it make them part of al qaeda the answer at least on good morning everyone. It is friday. September thirtieth two thousand eleven mark down on your calendars denver. Thirty twenty seven seemed to be. Yes when the us assassinated two members of the group this was not confirmed yet but it could very well have been a us predator drone strike. That is a us. Government attack presented put all this in context between two thousand and two and two thousand fourteen. According to some estimates there have been about sixty five drone strikes in yemen killing about four hundred people so much hinges on how you define those words so much is in the definition. I asked the pentagon said who. What are the list of associated forces so al qaeda yes the. Us war that's clear. What about the other groups l. Shebab al-qaeda and iraq al Grab armed islamic group. Abu say of jimmy as amelia brotherhood of this brotherhood of that. Who are these groups who is the us at warwick and the pentagon emailed me back and they said that list is classified an offer public release so we who we are at war with. He don't know i great. So you're saying when you approach the pentagon they say that they they will not tell you. The names of the people were at war against. We'll maybe they shouldn't. It'd be that valuable well. They don't you know as a citizen of america who were fighting on the other hindu. I want to know as the as if the united states has determined that. I am dangerous to it if it announces then that would give me a certain amount of Notice which may perhaps would be disadvantageous. To the united states. it could also though act as a disincentive for you to take action baby but maybe not maybe they will just get quieter more dangerous. I mean it's true. There might be reasons for. They have not wanted to provide a public list because they this is john bellinger one. The group's move all the time. And so if you say well. These are associated groups while then certain people just moved from group to group b and they also want to leave these different groups guessing but it still raises democratic concerns. If the american people don't really know who the executive branch believes is covered by the a. f. in democracy and in a representative democracy that has to be weighed out. Should the citizens of the united states know who it is that the united states is targeting for death around the world who it is that the united states is technically at war with should war be decision that the citizens of a democracy of a representative democracy have a say. We're a representative democracy as you just said so. I'm assuming that the chairman of the house intelligence committee knows every item on that list. Sure warning everybody. That committee meet today to receive testimony on the law of armed conflict. One of the more interesting senate hearings took place in early two thousand thirteen putting the status of the two thousand and one authorization for the use of military force the a. m. f. It was the senate armed services committee. Senator karl levin of michigan chairman of the committee senator mccain is on the committee like to welcome our witnesses and greg says the senators called the couple of defense department officials to answer questions members. Committee thank the opportunity to testify about the legal framework for the us military operations to defend nation. Because they wanted to know like now that we're twelve years into this war. How are you using. This document does need to be changed so the department of defense officials and there were four of us came and said look. I believe that existing authorities are adequate for this armed conflict. Don't revisit this sentence. don't repeal it. This sentence is sufficient. It gives us all the power that we need against al qaeda and associated forces as they're laying out their case they say those two words associated forces associated forces associated forces over associated forces and over and associated force and associated forces in associated force and their associated forces associated for associated forces instead of just nodding along a lot of the senators are like what gentleman i've only been here five months but this is the most astounding and most astoundingly disturbing hearing that i've been to since i've been here. You guys have essentially rewritten the constitution here. Today that's angus king independent senator from maine and you keep using the term associated forces. You use it thirteen times in your statement that is not in the m. f. and you said at one point it suits us very well. I assume it does suit you very well. Because you're reading it to cover everything and anything. But one of the most striking moments of this hearing when the head of the committee senator carl levin.

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Radiolab

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Radiolab

"And then as soon as president bush steps down everyone in the congregation stands up and they they sing the battle hymn of the republic which is a very powerful. Very moving Piece of music. But it's not the sort of thing that is typically sung at a memorial service. It's a. it's a very forward and almost aggressive sounding as the phrase terrible swift sword. Yeah.

"20 years" Discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Radiolab

"If you really want to understand the world we live in now. You've got to jump ahead. One day to september twelfth to a corner office in the white house where there's a lawyer sitting at a computer trying to figure out. How are we going to declare war and one of the things that everybody realizes after sort of an initial discussion is yes. We'd like to declare war but we have no idea upon whom we should declare war. That is gregory johnson. The michael hastings national security reporting fellow at buzzfeed. Now the reason this lawyer man by the name of timothy flanagan. The reason flanagan is sitting at a computer in an office is because then president george bush had to do something he had to act and he didn't wanna act alone. You wanted congressional approval right. I mean technically in an emergency president can defend. The country is the commander in chief after all. He doesn't have to go to congress and say hey do i have authorization to use force. Not an emergency. That's been with us by the way senior fellow governance studies at the brookings institution but president. Bush needed congress on his side. He felt it was important. That we project unity that we were all standing together as one and second if this was an act of war the power to declare war in the constitution is given to congress not to the executive when congress clears war. Suddenly the president has a very clear and powerful mandate now the declaration of war is kind of a dead instrument of international law. Nobody's declared war since world war two but the modern incarnation of the declaration of war is the authorization to use force the authorization to use force. What's called the authorization for the use of military force or as it's commonly referred to the a u. m. f. right so our lawyer in the white house planning he's given a task go right and ao method. Congress can send to the president. He really has no idea so he goes back to the last time that the us did this last time. Congress passed one of these things. He does a quick sort of search on his computer. Boom finds it nine hundred ninety one iraq. The gulf war flanagan grabs the text. And then he copies that into a word document and that becomes his template he makes them cuts. He makes some changes. He deletes some words and then he hits sent our war on terror a just and he sets in motion. This will during series of events a us drone strike it linked to al qaeda house madness that is basically the world. We live fifteen members of a wedding. Procession were killed. Why and if. You're like me. Czar even sadistic treatment. You're like me you find yourself flipping through the channels news. Basically ignoring it then every so often thinking wait a second terrorism targets in africa from libya. Now the us air force drone strike in southern somalia. We how are we doing this. And all these different places. Hundred prisoners are on hunger strike and like that in protest of their indefinite detention. How how we detaining for so long. Is it okay to do. We'll just who signed off on this you know and it turns out we all did because it was in that document. This is the legal foundation for everything that the us has done. Everything from guantanamo bay two drone strikes to secret renditions to seal rates. It's all been hung off the sixty and that's the crazy part. The body of this document part that really matters and the reason that when i was reading gregory's reporting on this i was like what is that. It all goes back to one single sentence. Sixty words one-sentence. Can you read it absolutely that. The president is authorized to use all necessary and appropriate force against those nations organizations or persons. He determines planned authorized committed or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on september. Eleven two thousand one or harbored such organizations or persons in order to prevent any future acts of international terrorism against the united states by such nations organizations or persons sixty words today. A collaboration buzzfeed with reporter gregory johnston. We're going to try to code those words and ask. Where do those words come from. And how did they come to mean what they mean. It's not what you think they know. And how did they end up leading us into what is arguably the longest war in american history. Nobody saw coming absolutely no. But that's the weird part. Well nobody minus one. Let's start there. Maybe you should introduces to barbara lee. Right barbara lee is a congresswoman from right around berkeley california. Hello hello is barbara. And she is someone who has been in many ways a lifelong activist going all the way back to when she was fifteen and high school in san fernando valley. Because i wanted to be a cheerleader. But you know since this was the early sixties you had to have certain criteria like at least whether it was stated or non blonde and blue is hard for you. I would figure and i was really hard so i went to the end ablaze. Cpi she got them to pressure the school to change the rules and i won and she became the first black cheerleader at her high school. Yeah yeah that's just. By way of introduction fast forward many years should become the congresswoman she gets elected to a second term and on that day. There is smoke pouring out of the pentagon choose at the capital. No one knew where to go. So as the police officers said run. Run run gogo. This was an apparent terrorist attack on our country. So i ran out of the capital down. Pennsylvania avenue. I remember looking back and saw a lot of smoke. Which was the pentagon clearly the country's under attack clearly people have died. Clearly we've gotta deal with whoever. Did this whatever it takes. Fast forward two days september thirteenth released back in the capital to meet with her democratic colleagues to review that document that flanagan. It's sent over. The mood in the room was very somber and very angry at the thing. We have to keep in mind when we're talking about this is all of this was done within seventy two hours after the worst terrorist attack in united states. His and very confused. What would be the appropriate response. So as she and her colleagues read those sixty words. There was a lot of debate going on back and forth. Oh yes oh yes from everyone. Because this wasn't the first draft. Flanagan had sent one over the night before september twelfth two thousand and one in that one was something that almost no one agreed to. According to gregory that early draft had a few extra lines in it one gave the president the power to preempt any future acts of aggression against the united states and barbara lee and her colleagues knew that look so many things can be packed into this word aggression that if we sign onto this that if we give the president this power the president may never have to come back to congress ever again and request authorization for military force because he can say that anything is aggression and we're also giving him the power to preempt so they kicked back to the white house flanagan took out those words and now they had new draft that the president is authorized to use all necessary and appropriate force. Which is what you heard it still win. Barbara read that and saw phrases like all necessary and appropriate force. She thought what does that even mean. I said this is too broad was not definitive. It's open ended. And as she was speaking this is taking place in the basement of the capitol building. She sees some of our democratic colleagues. Start to gnaw. Yep people were not in people were nodding because everybody. There knew the danger of ill-defined words. You just had to go back. Fifty years to the gulf of tonkin gulf of thompkin talkin.

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"20 years" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Majority 54

"Jason candor ravi gupta and this is majority fifty four the podcast that helps americans who voted for progress. Convince those who didn't to join majority ravi. Welcome back from costa rica. what's going on this week. Jason i'm sitting actually from sitting. You could see one world trade center and made me think you know we should start this episode by just marking the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. Which is coming up in a couple of days. I was reading something from george packer this past week. That got me thinking. And he wrote this. He said september eleven is buried so deep under layers of subsequent history and interpretation that. It's hard to sort out true feelings of that day but let's try. Where were you back then. Twenty years ago. I and what were your immediate feelings so i was going to college at american university in washington dc. I was in my last year of college. And i remember that morning stepping into the student center because everybody was gathered around the tv. In seeing I don't remember now if it was the first or second plane hitting the tower. I think it was the first. And then by the time. I got to my chemistry lab on the other side of campus It was a parent. I think from the second plane hitting that the country was under attack and i remember getting into an argument with my chemistry professor and being like why are we having class and then ended up the rest of the day. Just trying to find a way to help my roommates. And i went down near the capital. It was like a ghost town in d. c. We went down near the capital because we could give blood there and we stood in line for what felt like a couple of hours before somebody came out and said You know we don't have the capacity to take any more blood. I hope you can find another way to help. And i decided right then and there that i was going to join the military. Wow while i was in my first year of college. And i was actually in my second week and a friend of mine from staten island is came into my room. You know we weren't as wired back down as one thing i remember is that we weren't like getting alerts all the time he had to be in front of your laptop or in front of a tv and it was one of those weird things that i have you ever seen the movie. Jfk when they're like. Oh the president's shot no who has a tv right kind of reminds me of that in a sense that we were just like in college and none of us really properly set up at that point so we all went to the dining hall and started watching from there and what was surreal about it was. I grew up in new york city. But i was upstate. For the first time in my life really you know living away from home and we were sitting around watching this and a buddy of mine from a neighborhood who from staten also lived in my dorm building and we were watching it and he comes to the realization that his father was police officer in the city and over the course of the next few days and then weeks kept going back to staten island is father is missing turns out. His father was a police officer. Who's bringing oxygen to firefighters in the north tower and of they eventually recovered his remains. And you stanton island was crazy hard. Hit everybody has sat. Now is no somebody who is lost. You know there's a church down the street from a house that loss twenty eight members. There's a school near me. Las twenty three of the Tipco is that lost the most people two out of of them were staten island. Zip codes in part of the reason. Is that there are a lot of computers but another part of the reason is that there are a lot of firefighters cops and you know. I know that there's been this this debate in some ways of really important debate about police officers in law enforcement. But you know. I think it hits a little bit different where i come from because people that serve memory. You know your neighbors are cops and you have this image of cops or people put their lives on the line and some people who never made it back. You know. Another thing about nine eleven. That was really weird about my childhood is that i grew up. Essentially on top of the largest dump in the world called fresh kills. And my family's from this town called travis and sat down and it was the sole residential dumping grounds for.

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Zero Blog Thirty

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Usa ended fourth overall with thirty seven gold thirty six silver and thirty one bronze. I feel like i'm guilty of it. Didn't give it as much attention as it deserves watching the clips and seeing what to me. It's even more impressive than the olympics. No folks doing i them. There's this what did you see that one felt like in a volleyball where you have to be on the ground and this dude's like seven foot nine and he's he has to sit on the ground and he was just like dominate for iran. Like just put his hands up and doing this. And then i saw one where i didn't know this because they have like for the unsighted for the blind folks out there. They have long jump competitions. And things like that they. You have to wear a blindfold just so you have no advantage whatsoever. And the way that they can navigate is sound like they're going through and listening to sound well because of something happened. One of the fellows got off track in jumped did a long jump and landed like ride on his tailbone on the concrete jumping as far as he could. I was like it's one of those moments where you see somebody get hurt and you feel it too. I was looking. I was like oh god man like how bad that would hurt. You got more pads out like you would think you can't see you need pad putting yourself out there to do that. I mean it. It takes so much bravery and it's so impressive to me so congrats to all those athletes who just absolutely crushed it out their skill to have a wheelchair and do an handball and like yeah moving all around and doing all that stuff with just two hands like crazy. Yeah crazy super impressive other than that. I don't think i have anything. Yeah i guess that's it for me just again. Thinking of everyone. This weekend i know is just a really strange time. Don't be afraid to reach out for help..

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Zero Blog Thirty

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Asking for assistance as they took control of organizing evacuation efforts that call was sent out to all ships in the vicinity requesting them to converge on the new york harbor and battery park to begin transporting as many people as they could to safety as more than eight. Hundred mariners scrambled to help. Desperation had seized some of those waiting on the shore. People began jumping into the water and panic attempts to swim to the approaching boats. Remarkably not a single drowning was reported. Some of the first answer. The call were dozens of tugboat crews normally busy guiding larger vessels through the ports under the watchful gaze of the statue of liberty over one hundred fifty ferries tugs coastguard ships and privately owned recreational boats. Work together to shuttle half a million people five hundred thousand people to staten island. Ellis island and new jersey speaking to cnn. On august of two thousand seventeen and also think about this at the time because you have all those different boats approaching you have no idea where the threat is coming from right because you would never have expected it to come from the sky like that. Inside the continental united states all these different boats converging now looking at it from like an anti-terrorism perspective. I don't know if they do that. Same thing now like i don't know th they huddle everybody together and say we're going to be at one point. I don't know if that's something that they do now. But it worked in and my pyro pal had this to say about the extent of the harbor front rescue efforts put forth by himself and hundreds of others we had like a noah's ark. We had everybody on that boat. We had animals. We had babies without parents. Everyone was covered in soot and that half a million number is more people than the entire city of saint. Louis in case you're wondering it's more than the number of allied troops evacuated during operation dynamo in the early days of world war two often referred to as the miracle of dunkirk. This wartime operation saw civilian and navy vessels being called into action to help rescue soldiers trapped along. The beaches of the french city of dunkirk as german forces moved around them that impression operation that impressive operation saved the lives of over three hundred thirty thousand men but unlike the boatlift on september eleventh. It took nine days. The makeshift new york rescue fleet accomplished their feet in just nine hours. Well granted. they weren't being shot at but they were dealing with white out conditions with the massive dust blown there way. Captains of the rescue boats are on record as describing dust clouds so thick that at times even their radar was block and rendered use was blocked and rendered useless. They're basically in the water blind. Couldn't see a thing in front of them Boats on the water were also vital and shuttling personnel to ground zero bringing in supplies for over two years after the attacks so they helped cleaning rebuilding nyc fire. Boats are used to pump river water and firefighters battling flames at ground zero and the surrounding buildings with the new york harbor challenges of nine eleven itself. We took five hundred thousand people off the south end manhattan to safety and that was just the coast guard and the whole maritime community of the port of new york and new jersey standing up and recognizing what needed to be done explain. Us coast guard. Admiral james joy commandant at the time of the attacks. We grabbed the staten island..

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Zero Blog Thirty

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"With like world war. Two korean vietnam veterans as this guy was the nursing home area that i that i volunteered in. I'm sitting with them when this unfolded and the room was just completely completely silent and yeah took the bus and i kinda don't remember the rest of the day. I think i still have field hockey practice. I remember it felt. Surreal to be going to feel hockey practice like knowing in the back of your mind like what is the point of what i'm doing right now. Oh my god that's this. Is you know something. Profound has happened and it wasn't the same thing as it is. Now where like you had social media. Everybody was to tv's and that's with like the twenty four hour news cycle really really kicked in. It happens some with desert storm but really this was the turning point for the twenty four hour news cycle. That's what i remember sitting in the cafeteria at the college that i was at and watching it on the tv and just being like oh my god man and i remember because i was a religious institution a lot of the professors came out and they just started like praying with the students for the country and the people that were in there and the people that were scared and it was a really comforting thing at that time to have religion. And i don't know what i would have done without it like like having that little bit of peace in that to me. That's the reason why religion existed. Calm you and those kind of when you realize things are out of control at least you have something to put that burden on. And then i remember i was like a week after it happened and you kind of are still in the haze of going to happen. Are we going to go to war president bush's making all these statements all these proclamation on national tv sitting behind the resolute desk and looking stoic is fuck and then i remember going to dothan alabama because my my stepdad was in the navy so i had to go to the doctor there.

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Zero Blog Thirty

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Navy subpar football team on this one. I kind of agree with it but they sort of do it already everyone. There hasn't passed the pt test in the last three years. Get retired automatically do this. Yeah they do They'll they'll they'll push out. Your body can't be fat so someone said the ba- disgruntled boats disgruntled. Boats said the band. Now i like the ban. I kind of agree with them on this one like. Why is the band that what he had that. Many bands like every base needs a band. Who cares like if you're if you're at a marine corps ball and there. Do you really care if somebody's there on the trumpet. Playing the marine corps him as opposed to just a tape. It's like when you see live music versus listening ear car. It definitely just slaps different okay to old people right exactly two old right. They've did a lot for this country. I keep the bans brett brett tavern papa anyway said four and basis that are overstaffed close unnecessary basis. The us has over eight hundred military bases in seventy countries. I'm not fact checking that. But i wouldn't be shocked. It's true why i'll be strategic. I love the thought of some. Like low-lying caribbean base. Where everybody straight chilling shut the brett pretty good time down here pro. Shut the fuck up talent movie with tom. Arnold mikhail's navy. Yeah that's basically the same thing. He's he's got a great setup. Wretched shut up man and finally..

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Zero Blog Thirty

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"You only get one to work on at a time and you all have to pull from one budget. So there's like a hundred million you gotta divvy it up and fight over. Who gets that hundred million and why y you got to present to aboard. I'm why your idea is needed our military. But that's it. I don't need four different planes in development by the navy okay. We've already seen what's been going on with the f. Thirty five from the air force. That's clearly a mistake. And the contrast with the lemon law like why should we have to pay this much money for an f. thirty five that doesn't work bingo. Like what if it doesn't work. Sixty percent seventy percent of the time. Then you have to. You have to return the money back to us mega better and one of my big one. We have way too many nuclear weapons we have over six hundred eighty six thousand eight hundred nuclear warheads. The amount of people that is required to protect those in the infrastructure to protect those insane. How many do you need. You could blow up the entire universe several times of sixty eight hundred nuclear warheads. That's the military enforce. Pick one really big honcker. Pick a real tiny cute. Lynn will suitcase nugget and then pick a good rocket. it really should be like the food pyramid. We got a nuclear bombs up here. You go down the food pyramid. You've got some mo- apps and then you got some others shit tomahawks whatever and then you just get smaller. It's not have much of the big boys. When are you going to drop that thing. Exactly you know estimated about nuclear weapons if we ever get to the point where we're using nuclear weapons. You're going get us like one. Maybe two you're not gonna get to sixty eight hundred because we're all going to be toast by that time. So matt another idea. We strap a nuclear weapon to a space shuttle and we charge people and you can only do it in theaters. You charge people a hundred and fifty hundred and fifty bucks. They have to go to a theater is going to be live streamed of a nuclear weapon trying to blow up on jupiter's moons. I'm in. I would genuinely wash shit on the incredible. I don't think anything would happen here. I don't know what the nuclear blow-black would be. But you gotta think it'd be worth it gets bad enough. Just start blowing stuff up just west creative. Yeah a good something that bring the whole world together because everybody loves the moon moons beautiful a good old nobody would know was the us but an evil plan to blow up the moon and then people have to pay unless i go fund me reaches this amount. We're gonna fucking blow it smithereens motherfuckers. Guess what it's us. We're trying to raise our debt. Or if elon. Musk jeff as got together and they did one of those holiday light. Show where you would do like the ellen..

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Zero Blog Thirty

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Stand it whenever sauces touched my hands. I just don't like it because i'm against. I don't like washing my hands. I don't feel like i'd have to. I'd i do hate having wash my hands after eight a sandwich from what you hear. My only qualm of sandwich was how how messy the jelly look. And and i'm okay with your amount of jelly that you lose because i'm more of a peanut butter guy. Jelly guy as well if it could have just been a little more. Each even in a little more symmetrical. I think you would agree on that. Chain scarves support your chunky peanut butter choice. Jelly was clumpy is look like some fake plastic gel. You didn't read it even at all and then the peanut butter there was more jelly than peanut butter. Which is not okay. The peanut butter spread so thin. Who you saving your peanut butter for. You're doing well enough to be like a dog. That has it on the roof of my mouth and your bread your yellow aspirin every every that. That is a brioche role. I slice brioche role. Now look the whole thing they nan bread is fantastic and it's yellow. It's always potato gresh task now with peanut butter and jelly. Though it's not for peanut butter and jelly. I'm going to have one whenever 'cause i am on a run. I had that yesterday for breakfast and then at about eight o'clock last night i sat down with a nice big old glass. At t had that i actually had the original lays that i put in the middle of it when i had an extra layer crunch. That's the way to do it now. A we all know. In a very big proponent of breakfast for dinner so i think you can eat eggs any meal the day but universally is the j. the most versatile sandwich in terms of time of day that you can eat it. Yeah yeah i would say so. I mean because you breakfast. I think is the time that you don't see it as much lunch and dinner. A quick snack like a in between snack. You uncrossable at a kid anytime morning. Noon night for the bus in the morning. Whatever my kid is going to eat nothing but you guys have seven. Did you have while you're deployed. No principles were until a few years ago. We had them in the big open frigerator and volusia so before i would go out on missions i would take it in my little flight suit and i would put three or four. Uncrossable is on the side. And they're frozen when you got him but by the time he got to where you're gonna be at their all thought out ready to go just perfect but i think we all said strawberry right. Yes my number one overall jelly choice. And i didn't have it because i'd go on. These jelly runs in our peanut butter and jelly runs. That i won't touch it for months at a time and at least recently cleaned it out. I'm talking about. I had papaya jelly from hawaii. I had pineapple jelly at apple. Peach peach butter apple butter. I had all kinds of some. That were from england that were shipped over and now she just recently threw them away. Went in there to look for the blackberry jam and she was like new. New blackberry is a good choice to really berries. My number one overall jelly. Yeah that's what. I'm feeling fancy. But overall my go-to is probably shrimp. Nine ky. am i right. That's get into ryan taxi stays. Why would you own time. You did look what happened over at..

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"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Let's get going with the actual show but before we get into the round. There's a couple of things that we talk about one. The big news story of the day. I guess yesterday to for those of you who are parents that around my age and for those of you who are children then. Two thousand one. You'll remember steve from blue's clues. Now steve from blue's clues if you don't remember you've seen them before everybody in the world i imagine has seen him before. He's the he's the fellow that would wear the green striped shirt one dark color. One light color And then he had a little dog named blue who turned out blues. A girl everybody that was assuming blue was boy was wrong. You can Blue the dog does not believe in gender colors at all. Kind of like me. I love pick blue. Is that same way. Blue girl dog steve. About twenty years ago there was all kinds of rumors. I would even say i would even say goes to the point of hullabaloo. Kate would you agree with that. There was a lot of hullaballoo. All sorts of rumors getting tossed around is to buy heroin heroin. That he was that he was a child molester. All sorts of things which were not true. Obviously nick junior wouldn't be putting on his video today. No not a heroin guy definitely not a child porn guy he said i just kinda got up and went to college and that was really challenging by the way but great because i got to use my mind and take a step at a time and now i'm literally doing many of the things i wanted to do. So he just he up and left blue's clues the height of its fame to go to college because he was bald to now was came up to the nick actually forced him out because he was bald. That was a big rumor that went up another big rumor. Yeah steve bank from blue's clues out have to imagine like those child stars that come in there. I mean bank relative like maybe not millions of millions but he probably he had to have made good money to be the star of a tv show for that. I feel like again. You know two thousand and one. I was in high school. So i don't really ever have a need to watch blue's clues but i remember it being big so i have to imagine. He made a considerable amount of money enough that he would walk.

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"20 years" Discussed on PM Mood

PM Mood

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on PM Mood

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"20 years" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Reveal

"The trump administration. The war continues in the in the people that that had to live through it. And it's going to continue for as long as that question. It's sort of out there. Was it worth it and that question. You can spend a lifetime trying to figure out what the answer is. are you in touch with our vets. This week. I have a lot of the messages. Have been from veterans who are trying to get people out of afghanistan. I got tons of messages from veterans. Who are just looking to try to get their afghan interpreters out of the country before it's too late and i'll tell you a lot of the veterans. I'm talking to you. They feel a little bit helpless because they really did care. Lot of the veterans really. Do care about the people of afghanistan. There's just this lingering question of what now now that the taliban had taken power what what now the only thing i would close on me as a veteran i lost friends. You know and i think about them. Constantly but the burden i carry is nothing compared to the burden that both american in afghan families have to face who have lost loved ones in this war. Burn that they carry is is a permanent one. Afghan families american families in british families in canadian families. And i would keep those what we call gold star families in your thoughts. 'cause there permanently affected by these wars. I'm one of the lucky ones. They got to come back and have a family. So i think that's the only thing that my thoughts have been on them.

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"20 years" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Reveal

"Homes back part of afghan culture that stretches back centuries did have lower lands back larger crowd than usual gathered on the shores of the river north of kabul one recent friday but we didn't had inner peace. It's been another violent week in afghanistan revolt inside executions and ambushes matic hit and run a relative ten years after nine eleven. I remember going to school and thus today when my life changed we are following a quickly. Developing story on the ground in afghanistan this morning insurgents appear to have launched a coordinated attack in the heart of the city. Rock studying the claussen. We've taught it's an earthquake. One hundred quaker. Okay it's just an earthquake. Second earthquake love okay case earthquake but once the third or quick happened to us it will shaking and that was not a normal and it had a voice heard perhaps three what they suppose might be suicide bombs as insurgents. Apparently storm told us that Some terrorist has took over just like three blocks away from there in the. Us embassy the hospital friends. Some other new us.

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"20 years" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Mike pompeo and trauma guy in others try to take a victory lap on this given their role so just some context ben that we should talk about like you just said they. They cut this deal with the afghan government trump and mateo and invited the taliban to camp david and then they attacked biden when he took the withdrawal deadline from may first to august thirty. First they said. Oh biden's gonna stick around forever now. Trump forced the afghan government to release five thousand taliban prisoners Many of whom went right back to fighting and then in two eighteen they pushed pakistan to release malabar one of the founders of taliban who is now basically defacto leader the trump administration did everything possible to prevent refugees from coming to the us including these special immigrant visas for people who helped us to the point where there was a lawsuit against trump administration in a judge rule that they'd violated the law because they slow down the process and so we have to. You know this context is relevant. I think we need to watch his refugee issue really closely. Stephen miller is already out there trying to demagogue afghan refugees last night. Tucker carlson on his show said if history is any guide in it's always a guide we'll see many refugees from afghanistan resettle in our country and over the next decade that number may swell to the millions so i we invade and then we are invaded. That is some chilling. Chilling shit from a bow tied fascist. Fuck So i i don't know like that. I just think that context is important. No i mean this much like there. I mean the the deal cut without ghani to Totally undercut him in the country. Right the us government that has been the principal force in the country for twenty years cuts a deal with the taliban totally excludes the afghan government. That was part of what. Cut the the legs out from underneath ghani because then the taliban starts cutting deals with these other officials the destroying of an already bureaucratic program in terms of a refugee admissions or You know like just stops already. Slow moving gears here. I mean into fucking tucker carlson's point. The best thing that could happen to this country is to have hundred fifty thousand afghan refugees. Come in and you what they're gonna do. You know what's going to happen. They're going to start businesses. They're going to run for elected office. They're gonna make enormous contributions to this country like we will be better for having them. It's not like charity. Like we will be enriched by them and the same way we're sitting here in california like look at what the vietnamese american communities done in this state. You know these people. And the i mean the lack of any sense of internal accountability on their behalf is so astonishing ab. I'm sure we'll get to your second to but like they need literally. Cut the deal with these people. You have mike pompeo. They pressured pakistan to release the guy. Who's now like basically the president of afghanistan. you know. i'm not formally recognizing another. Anyone cares what i think about that. But the guy that they've declared to be. The president and mike pompeo met with the guy i mean he goes into the photo near released a guy and if oh my god if brcko bomb had done that you know i. I don't even know what the consequences would have been in but but there's this kind of because there was such a farcical nature to trump. People didn't take seriously like agreements that were agreements that will reach. Like for instance. Also the the the withdraw. Us contractors was part of the deal. Yeah it wasn't just about the withdrawal. The us military they literally the taliban new bargain. They were driving the league not down. Don't just get out the military. You gotta get out this contractors to right so like the. This is all was set in motion in a way and then biden comes in and yeah biden has had a long held view that you wanted out of afghanistan and so he he took it right and so i mean fairness. He didn't have to accept that he'll they could've renegotiated it. But i couldn't decided on balance that the risk that it was the right thing to do they could have torn it up because said we don't abide by this deal. It's piece of garbage in by the way they would have been right in saying that. The taliban hasn't really abided by the spurred this deal either because we're supposed to be a ceasefire and that was the point you were making at the time just ended. The deadlock could have said we are extending this because the taliban on so again this doesn't mean the biden didn't make the decision he did. It doesn't mean that biden hasn't mismanaged aspects of decision. He has it. Does mean that trump set in motion withdraw that had a lot of momentum and had created a lot of ripple effects in afghanistan by the time by came in and it does mean that the argument that jake laid out is true that the current course was not like some sustainable status quo was either ramp back up and get back into the civil war Or or get out and people can argue. You know that that you know ramping up a little bit and keeping album that there was a limited option you've done but this is where things were. Yeah and look i. i don't think either. As opposed having peace talks with the taliban they should have included the afghan government. The original said this too. I mean in throughout the years people often said how come you guys aren't doing more to have these discussions taliban and it's because our principal was always that has to involve the afghan government. We weren't willing to cut out the elected government and keep in mind they were democratically elected. You can call them corrupt. You can call all these things. They were democratically elected by a lot of afghans internet. Vote in difficult circumstances and to cut them out of a de of a deal like that was pretty extraordinary. I will say another thing. That hasn't got attention. I am not sure why the biden people kept on zell khalilzad the envoy who cut the deal with palmdale leyla. He's not exactly covered in glory. Here either you know yeah. It's probably continuities knowing the writing was wall. I mean but it's a fair point so look let's talk about the the history of the us involvement in afghanistan last two decades in that that mission creep overtime casino. This is not just trump and biden story. So we the. Us went to war in afghanistan in early october. Two thousand one right after the nine eleven attacks in by early december the military effort had been so successful that the taliban offered to surrender hand over their weapons and join the political process as long as mullah omar who's the taliban leader at the time could live in kandahar under house arrest bush don rumsfeld. They rejected that deal. Greenvale would've been. It was the deal that was on the table in twenty nineteen In that mission quickly shifted from counter-terrorism to this broader nation building exercise you had bush who ran against nation-building talking but a marshall plan for afghanistan. This is what he wrote about. Afghanistan in.

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"20 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"20 years" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"Better. Yeah that's a good point. Thank thanks for your guest budge any. You're welcome anytime. She was marilyn monroe. So did you. Did you wanna do you wanna give your thoughts on. Who do you wanna play share. We just finished. That conversation was the only person i initially thought was lady gaga. But yeah me too. So far so i don't know but and the voice is a little deeper so i guess you could do it but it's hard it's hard i feel like share would play share. Yes that's what i was saying. The old share should be current real share. And she'd win the oscar for. I always find funny. Where we're we're moving on now. But i always found it funny. That judy garland that renee zellweger when the oscar for playing judy garland judy garland could never win the oscar. Which she should she should've went for a star is born back in mouth. She did not. That is crazy. isn't it so crazy. That's why my opinion awards ultimately don't mean anything in the long run things in the moment. Look at this year. I love nomad land. But frances mcdormand should not have been carey mulligan. No way that should have happened. But you know the oscars they will definitely was all right. let's move on a little segment. I call what we watch this week. ryan i'm gonna kick it off with you. Do you have any highlights. That you saw this week mitchell's versus machines. How awesome how fucking awesome is. That was good. I enjoyed the hell out of it. and the any biography peck on shawn michaels which was also very good nice. Tom highlight this week. Yeah so of course we are on. We've just got one episode. Left jeff and i have one left of halston so yes so i finished it last week. What are your thoughts. It's okay. I i really like it but i don't think that they it's it's a little too surface level for me. They did not go real in depth on what made him tick as a person What haunted him. What didn't why he was the way he was it kind of it captured his professional life very well but i wanted to know a little bit more on the personal side. Yeah i'm i'm on the same bill. You went was great though fantastic. Perform the woman that plays liza. I wouldn't be gets an emmy nam spotting. She's from she's from that show smash remember smash jaja. Yeah eddie rodriguez highlights tom. No that's it are mark What about you highlights you want. What have i been watching. Yes some good some bad. So i watched army of the dead. But i'm not gonna lie. Everybody i fell asleep because it's just way too slow and way too. Long and zack. Snyder needs someone to say a zombie. Movie should only be an hour and forty minutes. It's two and a half two hours. So i would. I fell asleep but luckily because it was so loud. We just kept playing. I would wake up and you know. I saw zombie tiger. I saw some big moments over although you know. Netflix needs to get their act together. Because they're just pumping out of content But some good stuff I am liking girls five. Ever a sitcom peacock really funny really cute a little cheesy like you're kind of typical. Nbc show could be but good casting The new tina fey is sarah burrell's. She's actually really great and then actually just watched old movie That i missed an old movie from two thousand..

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