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Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

"The the Broncos Broncos used used two two quarterbacks quarterbacks and and got got two two interceptions interceptions from from a a rookie rookie corner corner to to defeat defeat the the Chargers Chargers twenty twenty eight eight thirteen thirteen both both teams teams are are tied tied for for second second place place in in the the AFC AFC west west with with Las Las Vegas Vegas all all at at six six and and five five teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater ran ran eleven eleven yards yards for for one one touchdown touchdown in in the the first first quarter quarter and and drew drew lock lock threw threw a a one one yard yard for for another another in in the the fourth fourth that's that's our our ten ten picked picked off off Justin Justin Herbert Herbert in in the the end end zone zone then then grabbed grabbed a a tipped tipped ball ball and and ran ran seventy seventy yards yards to to the the house house just just sealed sealed the the deal deal Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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41% of Undergraduates Drop out From College in the US

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | 2 d ago

41% of Undergraduates Drop out From College in the US

"How many of you know someone that dropped out of college raised your hand? Yeah. 41% of people that go to college drop out 41%. We have way too many people going to college in this country, and no one wants to say it out loud. I guarantee you if I went person by person here, college could have a college kid. You'd say, oh yeah, that class is a waste of time. That class is a waste of money, right? Am I correct? To scam. You do not need the degree to succeed unless you're in a couple very finite fields. Doctor lawyer, engineer, psychology, nothing against you. You're probably not going to get a job in that field. It's true. And so then you have resentment of 28 year olds that study something and they're like, this was useless. So I got to go find a whole new way to retrain myself. And by the time they're 29, they look at their parents who are then lecturing them like why don't you have your life together? I was 29. I was moving up in this company and all this was so nice and so easy. Hold on a second. Have you seen the price of

Caleb Williams leads No. 12 Oklahoma past Iowa State 28-21

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Caleb Williams leads No. 12 Oklahoma past Iowa State 28-21

"Twelfth ranked Oklahoma kept its slim hopes alive for college football playoff berth by downing I was the twenty twenty one what about Caleb Williams ran for a touchdown pass for another to lead the Sooners to a come from behind win the cyclones took a seven nothing lead five minutes into the game but less than a minute later Williams ran seventy four yards for the tying score the Sooners then took the lead nine seconds before halftime when Jaylen Redmond returned a fumble forty two yards for a touchdown Williams then threw an eleven yard TD pass to Merrill Williams in the third quarter to cushion the lead I'm Tom Mariam

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The Last Gasps of a Dying Regime

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

The Last Gasps of a Dying Regime

"The regime has fallen apart. In the Biden White House right now, you have 24 staffers talking to CNN to try and derail and disempower the vice president of the United States. But I will say this that Kamala Harris has done something Joe Biden has never done. Well, she's done a lot of things. But we're not going to get into that in this show, but her approval rating is 28%. Joe Biden's 36%. So there might be some people in The White House say, you know why we're so unpopular, it's Kamala Harris's fault. In some ways, she might serve as an internal scapegoat because remember. Within the philosophy and the psychology that the flask within the psychology of a Democrat is to always blame another. For once problems always. This is critical to the existence of a left winger. Or of a liberal or a Democrat or whatever you want to call it. Instead of saying, huh? Maybe we should have armed the Taliban. Maybe we shouldn't have kept the borders wide open. Maybe people are mad about inflation. No, no, no. The same way that Alexander Kazakh says blames other people for climate change for dissatisfaction and happiness, the same sort of way that BLM incorporated blames systemic racism for injustice. The same sort of way is that Democrats have the muscle memory. They are programmed. They are led to believe that the only appropriate way to deal with adversity is to blame other people. Men if you are going through something difficult. If you are going through something that is less than satisfactory, there must be a suppressive force to blame for

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Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Their Battle to Save America's Soul With Brian Kilmeade

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Their Battle to Save America's Soul With Brian Kilmeade

"I'm talking to Brian kilmeade, author of the president and the freedom fighter, and you just shared something that I really was I never thought about this. So when Lincoln is elected in 1860, a number of states had seceded. First South Carolina 6 more. Okay, and so that's before his inauguration. Before he gets to The White House. Okay, so he's elected. They secede. And then on the assumption he's going to free the slaves and they're not going to deal with it. And he says to get them back into the union, he says you can have your slaves. Thirteenth Amendment could be yours. Okay, so that's the freed slaves. You could be enslaved. And so exactly how did that go? So obviously you said that Frederick Douglass feels betrayed. So it took him some time. I mean, it's kind of funny because you get this with Lincoln. He takes off everybody and at some point, right? And a real conservative today would say suspending habeas corpus. I don't know. You know, it's like it's very interesting that real leadership will do that. It will take off everybody in a way. But so for a while, it seems to me that Frederick Douglass must have not been very pleased with him. Absolutely not. And then when he brings up colonization to solve the problem of the African Americans in America, he say, listen, we made a big mistake. It happened before we were born. So can we send you back? So he invites newspapers, all the press with him, like selective members of the press. And he brings in African American leaders, doesn't invite Douglas. And he says, made a big mistake. Obviously, blacks and whites can't live together, and it's part of this part of the reason this is the reason for the war. So I would like to make you an offer give you plenty of money to go back to Central and South America or wherever you want to go. Douglas, everyone in South America or Africa. Africa, too. He said you could go wherever you wanted to go. We will send you. So we will free you and let you go. Absolutely out of the country. Out of the country. And this bothered Douglas. Beyond by these, I'm an American. I don't want to go anywhere. Where am I born? I'm born here. You got to send me elsewhere. Since when camp blacks and whites get together, remember, and I haven't brought this up yet, but they have another similarity. They both read this book called the Colombian orator. The Columbian order teaches how to speak publicly, teach how to hold yourself and also has great essays from these people like Cicero, Socrates, George Washington, people in our past, and they're thinking big and grandiose. So you wonder why that speech worked at 28? Lincoln's been reading every day since 7. That's right and envisioning himself on that level without the cockiness and ego with the humility to know that it may be what he was capable

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Coan's 3 TD throws lead No. 7 Notre Dame past Virginia 28-3

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coan's 3 TD throws lead No. 7 Notre Dame past Virginia 28-3

"The fighting Irish have now won twenty three straight regular season games against ACC schools Saturday night was a twenty eight to three no doubt or over the Cavaliers Virginia played without quarterback Brennan Armstrong who leads the nation in total offense but suffered a rib injury two weeks ago Notre Dame's Jack Coan threw three touchdown passes connecting with Michael Maher from six yards Braden Lenzy from four and Kevin Austin from fifteen coach Brian Kelly says his team is ascending you know anytime you try to put a resume together it's about how you play later in the year so you know the I. test is this football team is playing better defensively offensively and you know we're sitting here nine one Notre Dame came into Charlottesville at number nine in the college football rankings I'm Ben Thomas

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Kamala Harris Has a Comically Low Approval Rating

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Kamala Harris Has a Comically Low Approval Rating

"In France and it's one of these things where you say to yourself watching Kamala Harris in action And Joe Biden for that matter You say this can't possibly get any worse and magically it does You're like there's no way this guy's gonna dip below 40% approval He's not even in office a year and then you get a pull Joe Biden down to 38% You're like oh my God how can this get any worse And then you find out that the popularity poll approval for Kamala Harris is an almost unheard of 28% How is that Think about it About 40 to 50% of the country classifies themselves as either liberal moderate or Democrat in some way right 40 50% fair enough not some crazy number to throw out there You got 40 50% of the country Let's say 28 30% categorize themselves as radical leftists right They're the only people that like Kamala Harris are the crazies I mean how bad How bad do you have to stink I don't mean malodorous like there's like a scent coming off of you I mean like you have to stink as a politician to be this

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Brian Williams to leave NBC News after 28 years

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brian Williams to leave NBC News after 28 years

"The national news anchor is well pulling up anchor only at the end of a chapter in the beginning of another Brian Williams says he is leaving NBC after twenty eight years Williams says in a note to his colleagues that he'll be leaving the network when his contract ends in December he didn't specify why other than to say that his leave taking comes following much reflection Williams remade his career on MSNBC after losing his job as anchor of NBC nightly news for making false claims about a wartime story he promises in his note that he will pop up again somewhere I'm

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Nearly 64% Of People Against Joe Biden Seeking A Second Term In 2024

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nearly 64% Of People Against Joe Biden Seeking A Second Term In 2024

"How is glancing through the specifics of Biden's build back better plan $4.1 billion worth of electric bikes? Well, that makes me happy. $4.1 billion for electric bikes. New mainstream poll was released yesterday, the overwhelming majority of registered voters do not want Joe Biden to run for a second term. His disapproval rating has neared a staggering 60%. 38% support right now. Vice president Kamala Harris is even worse. 28%, and they've kept her in hiding for most for the most part. Imagine what her disapproval rating would be if they let her appear places and show her show her face.

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No. 2 Cincinnati holds off Tulsa 28-20 to improve to 9-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 2 Cincinnati holds off Tulsa 28-20 to improve to 9-0

"Yes my Ritter threw for two hundred seventy four yards and two touchdowns to see if P. number six Cincinnati got past Tulsa twenty eight twenty we just go out there and play football and find a way to win my coach which has a wins a win no matter if it's about one point or sixty points on a windows at the end of the day that's all we care about our experts had five catches for one hundred thirteen yards and a touchdown helping the Nainital Bearcats extend the nation's second longest home winning streak to twenty four games Cincinnati didn't seal the win until Steven Anderson fumbled as he was reaching for the goal line late in the game allowing Jaafari Taylor to make the recovery for a touchback Jamari Brooks rushed for one hundred thirty two yards for Tulsa and if any Walken's ran for one hundred five I'm Dave Ferrie

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Why Are We Judging People by the Color of Their Skin, Not the Content of Their Character?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | Last month

Why Are We Judging People by the Color of Their Skin, Not the Content of Their Character?

"Well, last year, after the incident with George Floyd, and the $2 billion of damages that ensued after that, in the summer last summer, all of a sudden we decided to completely and totally redesign American society. We decided to prioritize people based on race, not on character. We decided to change the way that we actually implement graduation ceremonies, where we'll get into some of these examples. But did you know 75 colleges across the country now do graduation ceremonies based on race? So black only graduation ceremony, Hispanic only graduation ceremony, white only graduation ceremony. We are resegregating American society. In Georgia public schools, they have black kids go to one classroom, white kids go to another classroom. Though this idea of that we should care about the skin color and the content of people's skin color, not of their character, is not a new phenomenon, but it's new for my lifetime. That's for sure. You know, I'm 27 about the 28 tomorrow and I'm holding on as long as I can. And. I feel like I'm 55 when I say this. The country I grew up in, it's true, never would have put up with us. Never would have put up with this idea of organizing people based on things they can't change rather than on things they can change. And there's obvious exceptions to this, but the general rule is that we should always try to prioritize public policy and laws based on things you can change. Human action, how hard do you work? What is your character? Are you trying to improve your life? Things you can't change, not a good idea to organize society around that. And a great example is if you can not change your race or your ethnicity, then why would you possibly make that a priority or a preference in trying to say in racial hiring practices or in admissions standards or graduation ceremony

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McCall leads No. 24 Coastal Carolina to 35-28 win over Troy

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

McCall leads No. 24 Coastal Carolina to 35-28 win over Troy

"Coastal Carolina has rebounded from its first loss since last season grace McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third is the twenty fourth ranked Chanticleers took down Troy thirty five twenty eight McCall passed for two hundred ninety four yards including scoring throws of sixty six and seventy one yards coach Jamey Chadwell gambled with a fake punt with about three minutes left in a one score lead the result was a twelve yard run for the first down by defensive tackle CJ brewer the late Dr secure coastal Carolina's twelve straight home win as a share to clears improved to seven and one on the season I'm Dave very

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Tom Cotton Eviscerates Merrick Garland During Senate Judiciary Testimony

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:27 sec | Last month

Tom Cotton Eviscerates Merrick Garland During Senate Judiciary Testimony

"Cool. Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court. You should resign and disgrace judge. Wow, senator Tom cotton, just eviscerating attorney general Merrick Garland yesterday. Tom cotton is right. To try to turn concerned parents into domestic terrorists, is outrageous. And Merrick Garland should have been stuttering and stammering. Because this is wrong.

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Angry FDNY Members Protest COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement as Mayor Stands by His Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | Last month

Angry FDNY Members Protest COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement as Mayor Stands by His Mandate

"According to the New York Post, just yesterday, the fire department of New York, the FDNY, said the just 65% of its firefighters fire officers and EMS workers had been vaccinated. Despite mayor de Blasio's order that all city workers receive at least one dose or face suspension without pay on Monday. The fire commissioner issued a statement. That we must manage the unfortunate fact that a portion of our workplace has refused to comply with a vaccine mandate for all city employees. And they're saying, the fact is, with a heart attack, do you know how many how crucial it is for 6 or 7 or 8 minutes?

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NYC Police, Fire Unions Warn of Possible Staffing Crisis as Vaccine Deadline Looms

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | Last month

NYC Police, Fire Unions Warn of Possible Staffing Crisis as Vaccine Deadline Looms

"Here's the front of the New York Post, vaccine emergency with deadline days away 37% of New York beat cops 35% of firefighters in New York are refusing the vaccine, and they got a big emergency. On their hands. A huge emergency on their hands. In New York. And what are they going to do? Do you think it's by design, listen to this? Here's an editorial in the post by Jason Johnson. And I read this, Jason Johnson as president of the law enforcement legal defense fund, his former deputy commissioner of the Baltimore police department. And the headline of his article is New York City will pay a huge price for de Blasio's vaccine mandate for police. Now think about this. If almost 40% of the beat cops here in New York City are not vaccinated, and they have to get fired? What do you think that's going to do to public safety in New York? If over 35% of New York firefighters are unvaccinated and they get fired, what will that do to public safety? When there are any firefighters to put the fires out,

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What Did Trump Accomplish? Benny Johnson's New Video Tells Us

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

What Did Trump Accomplish? Benny Johnson's New Video Tells Us

"That Benny Johnson we believe from newsmax and turning point USA, he put together a little video. He's sitting at a desk with a bunch of thought bubbles over Trump's accomplishments. As Terry mcauliffe and Joe Biden and all of them try to advance the narrative that Trump was somehow a terrible president in the midst of a terrible presidency and a country seemingly coming apart at the seams. This video was put out that was so good and so spot on listing all the accomplishments of the Trump presidency, foreign policy, domestic policy, the economy, jobs, the border. It's a great, great video that Benny put and it's just well done, real creative, all those kids over their turning point are so good. And so so impactful, Charlie Kirk's organization is continuing to win hearts and minds and getting a whole lot of young people on the right track. So if you want to see that video showing Benny pointing to these thought bubbles talking about showing the embassy in Jerusalem and criminal justice reform and tearing up the Paris climate accord and canceling the Iran deal and three Supreme Court Justices and energy independence and the wall and people millions of people off food stamps just text the keyword video to one 806 5 5 mic and we'll send you back that video clip that you're really going to appreciate. It's a great video. It's really well done. It's about a minute long just text video to one 806 5 5 6 four 5 three and we'll send you back that video. We offer that as a public service, and we do it with support from our pal Mike lindell and

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Biden Lays Into Trump Repeatedly While Campaigning for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Biden Lays Into Trump Repeatedly While Campaigning for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia

"The problem is talking points can be a challenge even for the commander in chief. In fact, we're taking a page from cherry's book on his governor and when he'd be governor next time, we're emerging from this pandemic. We want to expand pre-K for three and four year olds, millions of free care goose. Oh boy. Oh, boy. You want translate? 'cause I don't know what he said. I do know that he said Donald Trump a lot. In fact, I heard that the number was 17. It was actually higher than that. So here was the message. Here's what he got. He got the memo. Mister president, you're going to go to Virginia, and you're going to campaign for Terry mcauliffe. And you've got to mention Donald Trump a lot. Because we want to scare Virginia voters. And Joe Biden said, after he took another bite from his tapioca pudding, I can do that. I ran against Donald Trump. And Terry is running against an acolyte of Donald Trump. Donald Trump. Donald Trump? No, he doesn't want to talk about Trump anymore. Well, I do. Donald Trump or Trump? Why Trump? Trump did the Donald Trump is. To Donald Trump to Trump former president Trump. He endorses Donald Trump. Donald Trump Donald Trump. I love this one. Trump and Donald Trump to Donald Trump. How Donald Trump loyalty to Trump and with Trump? Wow. Yep, he got the memo. There aren't they so smug. Aren't they so sanctimonious? They think they've successfully convinced America. The Donald Trump was this catastrophe. While the house is on fire all around us,

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Democrats Think Parents Should Have No Say in Their Children's Education

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | Last month

Democrats Think Parents Should Have No Say in Their Children's Education

"Show. The other day, Terry mcauliffe said the quiet part out loud. He literally said, parents should have no Shay in their child's curriculum. Think about that. That's how bad a candidate he is. He don't even know to keep his mouth shut in feeling that way. But he said it out loud. Appreciate the transparent she Terry. Good for you. Democrats don't believe parents ought to have any say in their child's curriculum. If you object, Merrick Garland and his Justice Department are gonna come after you as a domestic terrorist. They're desperate. The desperate and we all know it. We all see it. And so after Terry mcauliffe said out loud, that parents should have no say in their child's curriculum, The Washington Post ran a column that shed parents don't have. They don't have any say. They doubled down. This is the view of the left. They want control of your children. Not you.

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"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:19 min | Last month

"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"But the most recent Kyoto poll that I've seen indicates that it will retain enough seats to be able to control the standing committees of the lower house. And push through its legislative program. He'll do that of el do that in coalition, of course, with the smaller cornet or party. They've been in coalition with the comito for many years. Both parties have powerful voting machines and will get the electoral vote out on Sunday. Of course, behind this lies quite a lot of disaffection from ordinary Japanese voters from party politics generally. Recently, prime ministers have won elections in Japan on relatively small votes, prime minister Abe, who has sustained in power for a nearly decade on very small turnouts in relative terms. So I would suspect that the LDP will still be in power next week with a slightly reduced majority and on the basis of a lowish vote. Can you tell us more about how the Japanese public feels about? This election? What are the factors contributing to the lack of excitement? Well, after a period of considerable political stability under Shinzo Abe, Japanese politics has reverted to the revolving door of Japanese prime ministers successor yoshida Suga lasted only 12 months in the job before he had to stand down. His successor for me or kishida, who is an experienced and reliable centrist politician, comes into office with only a modest bounce of post election popularity. He is popularity raising was a little lower than sugars 12 months ago. So he's entering the election on a mandate which to a degree turns its back on an economics and seeks to emphasize inequality and I suppose as we would say in Britain leveling up in Japanese terms, coupled with a strong defense stance towards China. But his personality is not tremendously strong. His centrist views,.

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"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:41 min | Last month

"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Before we begin a quick look at the latest news, the U.S. president has told Southeast Asian nations at the United States will stand with them in defending freedom of the seas. Aid to Sudan from the World Bank has been suspended following last week's military coup, and France has released a list of possible sanctions it could oppose against the United Kingdom over a row involving issues with fishing licenses. Stay tuned to monitor 24 throughout the day for more on these stories, but first. From Sunday, the leaders of the world's most polluting nations will gather together to thrash out a plan to move the world towards greener energy. But while Glasgow gears itself up for cop 26 at the weekend, here in London, talks will take place today between U.S. climate change, the U.S. climate change envoy and his Chinese counterpart to try to make progress at a moment when relations between the two nations are worsening. Well, Isabel Hilton is the founder of China dialog and I'm delighted to say she joins me now. Good morning Isabelle. Good morning in my house. Very well, thank you. So the focus of the talks is what exactly? Well, the focus of the have been two sets of important talks. One is a resumption of the conversations about trade between the United States and China, which you remember in the days of Donald Trump were extremely pointy. And of course, the Gary Xi Jinping talks are about cop 26. So for quite some time the United States has been rather publicly urging China to up its offer for cop 26. And I'm sure that Carrie will be resuming that discussion with share to see what China can offer if anything to present a kind of positive front to create a good atmosphere for progress in Glasgow. This comes from the backdrop. I mean, we'll come into all the other areas that have extreme difficulties in them in a moment. But it's a little bit earlier this year that John Kerry told Joe Biden president of the U.S. that he wouldn't achieve his goal of tackling climate change unless the U.S. China relationship improved. It's intimately connected, isn't it? It isn't connected. But I think it's probably a mistake to regard it as the only critical factor. If you look at Biden's struggles to get his major bill through Congress, including critical opposition from two of his own senators. You know, he's essentially his climate moves, have been gravely weakened, so everyone goes to Glasgow. Well aware that the United States may not be able to deliver the cuts that its own president, where wants to make in climate, that let alone what might happen after the midterm elections, which are coming up or the next presidential election. So, you know, we do focus on China rightly because it's the world's biggest emitter, but China is also looking at the United States and thinking, you know, the United States has pulled out of Paris once. So, you know, is the pressure really on us? Or shouldn't the focus be on the United States? So China is presenting to the world and to John Kerry. A whole series of policy initiatives that have been leaked or produced in the last week, which show the seriousness if you like of the working out of China's progress towards its 2030 goal of pre commissions and its 2060 goal of carbon neutrality. So it is saying to the world, we make these pledges and we are putting in place all the mechanisms required to fulfill those pledges. So whatever China says you can trust that it will get there. Whereas in implied is what the United States says is dependent on the whim of the electorate, so China's offer is more serious in that regard. And I think that is what we will hear from China in Glasgow rather than a major increase of its of its pledges. How do the two get to get along? The U.S. climate change the year is climate and John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart. I mean, are they working together quite closely? Or is this one of those issues where the personality determines how this happened? How this turns out. Well, actually, I think that's one of the brightest spots in this whole landscape that both John Kerry and Xiao are very old hands in this game, and they know each other. They both regard climate as the most important issue on the table. So they're both determined that the extrinsic poor relations don't not climb it off the priority list. And they both have the trust of their political leaders. So xie zhenhua, who keeps trying to retire, keeps being brought back by Xi Jinping. And he ranks, although he doesn't rank formally in the Chinese hierarchy as higher than, for example, the foreign minister, he definitely in practice does because he is a personally representing CTP who is personally committed to climate change. So he's in a very powerful position. That said, there is a limit to what, you know, the flexibility that he has to deliver shifts of policy as there is with John Kerry. John Kerry can't promise anything that he can't get through Congress because it doesn't have credibility. But again, he's a cabinet level post he was appointed by Joe Biden. So the two of them are, you know, if you like, on a similar footing, it's just that they're dragging the weight of geopolitics behind them, but they're also dragging, you know, the sheer difficulty of what's on the table in China's case, of turning around a huge industrial enterprise which is dependent on coal and which in which there are many opposition voices inside China who object, either to the pace or the direction, and in the states the same thing extremely powerful fossil fuel lobbies, which noble politicians, including those in the Democratic Party and make it extremely difficult to deliver promises. How does this all get altered by the fact that the Xi Jinping is unlikely to go to cop 26? And as a result, there's a sense that the gravity and the importance of the event is slightly undermined by the absence of him and indeed Vladimir Putin. Well, I think that, of course, is an important perception. And it is unfortunate that he's not going..

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"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"China is to ban much of the profit. Driven tutoring has grown around its fee paying education system. Let's explore this further now with the founder of china dialogue isabel hilton. Thank you for joining us as always vo. Welcome pleasure as always good to have you know. This tutoring system in in china is an incredibly valuable and profitable industry. Isn't it well. it's around one hundred billion dollars a year so yes it's absolutely enormous and it was born out of the very fierce competition from A within china for access to very precious educational resources which are the key to future careers and as the middle class is grew more affluent and had only one child. That's what they've been spending their money on. Tell us why they have been banned. The for profit tutoring companies. This appears to have come right from the top. Xi jinping made some remarks earlier this year which in which he criticized the sector and he called it He called it out of control. He called it chaotic. And i guess a people then anticipated that. Some regulatory tightening would happen Some oversight but actually he's all but destroyed it and you know the data can catastrophic effect on on share prices. Foreign investors have lost a lot of money and it's very doubtful whether the sector can continue since it can't make money therefore can't get investment. This appears to be about ideological control. xi jinping is very keen on ideological control. He has got a strong grip on the former educational sector in china and repeated directives from the ministry of education of done. things like ban Any instruction on individualism values which are not seen to be Consonant with the party's values And indeed has banned the worship of foreign ideology. one brave professor said did that include marxism. But he hasn't really been heard from since but it is about it is about control and and the private sector it this. This crackdown on private. Tutoring comes the wake of a series of crackdowns on private capital which included of course ant financial in to shing and an an increasing move to to drive foreign investment out of sensitive sectors in china nonetheless. With all this band. The pressure will still be on chinese parents to make sure that their little ones achieve the most. We know grow brilliant grades as they possibly can they they do still get these great Bounds of achievement. Once i get extra tuition will these for profit organizations now be replaced by something run by the government. I think that's unlikely. The government already provides education. And what the tutoring. What the optus coaching has been about is getting an edge on your classmates and i'm not sure that the government is going to extend school hours in in any meaningful way to to substitute for this for this. I i can imagine individual. Private tutoring taking the place of these big platforms And and this very well organized commercial sector. And i don't think the middle class parents are going to give up on the ambitions that they have for their single child but there is a growing sense that this particular generation the younger generation in china is a little fed up with this constant pressure and the government has been rather worried about the growth of what's called a lying down movement in which young people say. You know really. We don't want to live like this. It's constant pressure. We work all the time and we really don't make any progress. We're only just keeping our heads above water so part of this. A part of this agenda is about equality to xi jinping has also a promised if you like leveling up agenda for for people who are left behind and private tutoring of course gives an edge to those who can afford it so you could argue that there is a there is a social message here. There's another bit of the government agenda. Which is the desire to raise the birth rate. One of the one of the powerful reasons people don't want to have more children in. China is the expense of education including this kind of extracurricular tutoring to people reluctant to have it particularly if the urban middle class young people. They're reluctant to have more than one child. At despite the encouragement that they have received lately simply because they can't afford it. It's interesting you mentioned this idea of lying down movement how powerful or how big a threat do you think this will be in the future of china when you do have a backlash against the highly pressurized upbringing that many children have the party. Certain sees it as a threat. We i mean the party is you know is holding china together with the message that the party has made china great again that the body is you know has never made a mistake that the party looks up to the people and actually you know the idea that that a rising generation which has had more than any other generation the benefits of the of the prosperity that the party is delivered. The idea that that generation is shrugging shoulders enrolling. It's is here's a real threat. I mean this isn't opposition. In a way that you can charge somebody with subversion of state power. This is just trying to get a teenager out of bed and we all know her. That can be so. I think as a national problem. It's a bit of oppose of the party. How'd you get people enthusiastic. When when they just don't re- doesn't resonate with them isabel hilton. Thank you so much for joining us on monocle. Twenty four novartis is proud to partner the briefing on monocle twenty. 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"28" Discussed on Colorful Minds

Colorful Minds

05:43 min | 4 months ago

"28" Discussed on Colorful Minds

"Can't be in ohio deal y-you you know. Sometimes you have to show people who you are and not let the high from what to look like you know i know mehta makes it easier in people like wow did really pretty. I mean you're what peak up and some people decided. They wanted to touch up taint. We'll get a nose job with only my know. What i'm saying don't have no you know. Surgery is performed saying. Don't want by you. Ten twenty delight change a vault because dna is like lonzo. Boy me and i mean so you know us. Foreign people go habit. I dispell line. Don't go overboard trying to change yourself into something that you knew but i just feel like we try to hi. I'm you know what we were makeup. And i mean you you meet beautiful ma'am makeup. Immune natural some people don't want to do. I just feel like we've you know we pay an insecure but we high down we love and some kinds of to kill about how we log in. We want to end up fillon about ourselves. We're not doing if nobody else. Sometimes some people do but not everybody some towns that name we see celebrities in the headline. Oh my god she's operating you wanna do you wanna use what they're using. What was that. They get their face to clear what makeup their news thing. You know but i don't think we have the cop before what we see on. Tv we can be beautiful without that him. I'm not telling you don't go house. Don't be that pulse light. I gotta ought to no because if you do that you'll losing. Eu daniel become this other person he and his other my have get attention and get what they want. But pass you that. You know that within the i just feel like we need sit down and have conversations ourselves what i wanna do be truly happy nine. Do theme that does makes me feel pretty. I and we all have those days where we does not fill forty of us and we put makeup on. We tried than i in audio. Not sweaty on up. And i don't know if this love by thing we need to all sit down you know. Look thousands book good enough and you can have a date what you just. Don't well make. I mean our funds. I'm not saying if wonder. I'm design dino's dot Closer plans and how makeup and everything spill natural ga saying like hunting to walk. How a nice appeal bail them. But sometimes let's head to help and that's be you. You're not trying to impress. No body dispute. Luckily you and so you don't let them by touch service you don't feel but in prayed he your party in your own way. Now i can tell you who you are and i'd you love yourself. What if an invoices all the flaws that you you know not have peapod. He hope sunday with people saying let there but they didn't get the date in. It took them long enough to get that point will make it but i do think that we need lily. Embrace the difference is that we have now. I know some of on on like on deficits and want to change it. I mean you can but don't change everything about it because you know this thing. People were quite what they do and yes. We see celebrities on. Mtv shows and having trees and i went in we want to go get it home. It got that person because that person. Golly mean used get it. That's a that toby only up in. You really wanna do. I felt like we being beyond way. We beat ourselves up too much. Try and be something and impress info. And i don't think south along with pope and also artists phil why we are absolutely sure this definitely more and them. We're not going to avoid in the future. is one. wanna leave you with love who you are. And if you wanna pitch us up pitcher self op you can. Just don't change completely still that little you that made you and yourself. This wraps up our non the foxhole of minds. I hope everybody helps say you've amazing day and we'll nets by..

"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:01 min | 5 months ago

"28" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"On the first of july china will mark the one hundredth anniversary of the ruling communist party the p. The party's general secretary. And the country's president. Xi jinping is using the centenary to showcase china's rise as a model for the world to follow under cement. His place in the pantheon as next only to the founder. Maget done all this week. We'll be running series focused on the history then the future of the country today we focus on hong kong with james chambers monaco's asia editor and hong kong bureau. Chief james. thanks for joining us. How is the communist party. Viewed in hong kong and has that changed over the last fifty years or so. I guess it has evolved a lot since the communist party came to power in in beijing because essentially hong kong built by people who fled china in the late forties and early fifties. After the quiz party won the civil war. They lost all their money on. These shanghai businessman came came to hong kong a lot of them swimming to shore with nothing and rebuild their lives here so i guess it started off You know a lot of people in hong kong was scared of the communist party. 'cause they might come and steal all their riches again but now that the communist party is only communist in name and is more like the The capitalist party the the fear these days in the relationship between hong kong and the communist party is very much about. You know what. Beijing is going to steal in terms of and freedoms and the people in hong kong Feeling the presence of the communist party a lot more in the last few years So we have a very much more of a closer relationship. And i'll will the one hundred. Th anniversary of the celebrated in hong kong won't surprise you or listeners. To to know that is not going to be a massive bash in hong kong. I think all the fireworks and the thing and the propaganda is being been focused on beijing. You know it's going to be very subdued here The leader chief executive carrie lam and some of our key ministers have traveled up to beijing for the celebration so they won't even be in hong kong to preside over establishment day. Which is the july first. The day when the brits returned hong kong to china normally. That's a day of fireworks hasn't been in recent years and this year they won't even be an official ceremony presided over by slam. And why is that because it is a big week for hong kong. It's a huge week for hong kong on. Its own because it's not only the handover day on thursday but it's also the one year anniversary of the national security law being brought into force but in the grand scheme of things you know. Hong kong is a speck When it comes to the rest of china and the way you know beijing sees it. This thursday is a celebration of the communist. Party's centennary and hong kong is not be top of mind. The leaders in beijing will just be very happy that this year they can confident constantly. Expected hong kong won't be making the news with any huge protests. I mean no. There's not going to be the annual july first march in hong kong this year. You won't have newspapers like apple daily Causing as a stink so this might be one of the first years. we're actually beijing gets to enjoy it celebrations without hong kong. Getting in the way that's purely down to to the security law. of course it's been I'm well and the pandemic. I'd say both working together. has really silenced Any dissent in hong kong. It's it's it's very Dangerous to to even try and think of doing any kind of formula public protests in hong kong. So it's very unlikely that we'll we'll see anything here at least in public. But i'd say that. I mean the the the the any any protests would just be a silent protest. You won't see any celebrations here The won't be that many people Who are you know waving the flags and singing the anthem. This won't be a big birthday parties to celebrate for most of hong. So i mean the security was really really worked. Hong kong is is completely code. It would seem yes. I think the official line is that Stability has been returned to hong kong We don't have any of the protests. That have been a hallmark of this city. And it's unlikely that there will be know anymore in the future. The national security law has been very effective at that and i would expect that More is planned. The local government has already talked about bringing a local version of the national scrooge known as required by the constitution here And there will be more laws light that to make sure that the protests of days gone by don't happen again. Meanwhile the of course taiwan's still remains a thorn in the side of china. Yes that's right. I mean it's it's it's the leap territory in this part of the world which i guess you can still speak openly an openly criticize China and obviously taiwan was always looking at hong kong to see you know how hong kong was able to continue. Its way in life under the so-called one country two systems approach. It was thought this was meant to be an experiment. Or a test to see to show taiwan that actually the they could be brought into under back back to the fold and and live quite happily under beijing's rule. Obviously that is all come crumbling down and so you know once this once. This anniversary is over the hundredth centennial anniversary of the founding of the communist party. The next big one which will definitely concern Taiwan is the hundredth anniversary of communist rule. I mean the communist took over in china in one thousand nine hundred forty nine and chairman mao famously quipped to henry kissinger that the chinese could wait one hundred years to bring back taiwan into the fold. Now that that'll be twenty forty nine so after this is all done and once presents jinping gets another term. next year i guess a lot. More of the focus will be on the future taiwan james. Thank you very much indeed. That was jones chambers talking to us from hong kong. Here's what else we're an eye on.

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"28" Discussed on Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak

Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"28" Discussed on Euro 2020 by Keith & Pinak

"So how do you think of the group stage. We are starting out today and the two matches lined up. We are turkey. turkey's out. i'm so sorry gates. Nice wills then. Mark and italy austria so a gordon to tables Stop wins was second most force than was second austrailia. Australia's second was up. So the trump group is fleeing the seven group c and second of group as blatant above taking louise's say rubies. Playing second group will also. In the league there were six matches ninety four goals happened for in banalities begin sixty missed. So which is your goal of the all good. Do patrick shake off. Lead will that affect identity. Then content got good tournament of government pain in and tag that he's not but at the lane is good to have. That landy ended up going to the best goal. Which is the worst messed for me. A the words much i think. Spain willis's sweden not that great of mine didn't did not blue at being neither tweeden blading impairs deem important that indiana the into finished goods. And that's something that we did. Not see that much for me. The czech republic of working as i told you during that caused so which was the most interesting match or denmark in russia that russia last matchday match the magic. Three-month was important for the army's chances to score to get in and then they had to win by more than two worlds to get through. I was important for them. In finland losing again bedroom. So i've been good to goods and then wherever they Which showed up scoring that goal. Difference had to be duo more and christianson and meal and the dishes goalless. Amazing adding to the huey. It was real for sporting goods as the best for me so for me the best much will be germany for hillary that are the main by ding is so somebody was in hungary one we would have got devils have been less than jones joni qualifying out of. They've lost portugal. Last have drew and wendy. Yeah even save. Germany loses they lose one point. Yeah then yeah. Yeah that that's important to know that news was hungary a really good so nervous to see that the that you must know that i think is a big media inc is i can do point out at this very little fish good. Did they really the best so hopefully they will show up some good matches. The workup coming. Dr okay so we'll wrap up the list of the league stages we wanted to go to the premeti. Laces of the odds matches says something known as setting is good being top scorer and this tournament. It's good to sit on. Ardo even is thirty six years scoring gloves. That five at five forty three eleven skis the risk out but i didn't think levitan scored but by the moment that three three about three schick. Threes threes twos. Also it's going to be a nice case. What happens if fortunately get knocked up. Because they're paying adopt magic as bad. Jim portugal not getting no doubt ramada. Doing no longer be able to play. So it'd be interesting to see who's going to round up will be dead ends to look at any to ukraine if they defeat took gatling or two blue. He's against portugal. It will be down for jim lukunku. Trying let's see. let's see what i was. Get thank you very much like two minutes. Thank you.

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"28" Discussed on Fallen Short

Fallen Short

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on Fallen Short

"Lord should visit me when i heard your greeting the baby in my womb jumped for joy. You're blessed because he believed that the lord would do what he said. So what i think is so cool about the story. Is you have to pregnant women. And they're coming together. All full their hormones alpha live there swollen ankles and big old bellies and granted elizabeth. Her belly was far bigger than mary's at this time. Barry was barely showing. She looked like she just had a big dinner last night. But i think is kind of clue about. The story is that mary actually ends up living with and stain at sacrifices and elizabeth's house for three months so towards the end of elizabeth's pregnancy. And i just think about this story. I think about what life would have been like for these two women and the bible says that zachariah was actually home. He wasn't working at the temple. He had come home during this period of time. But as we remember when we read earlier is muted so he wasn't deaf but he was mute so he couldn't talk and i think about these two hugely pregnant women especially elizabeth being very far along in pregnancy and about poor zachariah having to listen to these two ladies giggling up a storm complaining about their backs hurting having all sorts of weird emotions highs and lows that you have with pregnancy and i think of how zachariah is just sitting there probably thinking oh lord he probably spent a lotta time in prayer honestly but just find it really. Funny what area. The story is one of my favorite parts of the of the christmas story of the story of jesus coming to the earth. Because i love looking at the sisterhood. I love looking at how these women needed each other to get through this because when you think about the shame that elizabeth had for much of her life with not being able to have a child and then you think about the shame that mary must have been walking where she was pregnant and she wasn't even married yet and how they both were coming together and they both were in their society and their culture leaving in shame in and now these two women they are coming together and they're they have this hope in this promise inside both of them they both are. They both are knowledgeable of what god is up to. They're both knowledgeable that mary has conceived the savior of the world. And this person. Who's coming to rescue that. Israel had been waiting for the savior. Mary was holding this child inside of her zachariah. Couldn't even go tell anybody and those two women just do and the joy that they must have felt in the hope in their hearts that they must have felt that the savior of the world was with them. He was in the womb. He was being knit together inside their rooms. And then to have john the baptist who is another powerful man. God be knit together inside of elizabeth's womb. And how god chose these two women to do carry forth this promise to the earth and how they found each other and they walked through this together and to me. It's just that don't mom alone. They don't go through life alone. Have people with you. Who are going through the same things you are and i just think it's kind of cool when you just think about the stories and what it must have been like for them. I think it's awesome. It's it's cool though like okay..

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"28" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"28" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"28" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"28" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"In our garage in our van. So it's not like you know we left it on the. Back Porch or you know out on the sidewalk or something like. It was like you to get them. They had to physically won't in our garage. Walk Up Chew Our van. Open van and look through it or peek through the window like walking the garage peek through the window van and open it, and then take them close to the end. And then walk. Garage. That's the point like you had to actually walk in our garage in our part of the house. And take them. And I say and are part of the house because I don't know if you guys noticed but it's we live in a house. But it's like it set up like an apartment. So it's like two houses in one kind of like a duplex but instead of them being one on top of the other side by side. So we share a driveway The garage is split in half like it's got to garage doors and a brick wall, a concrete and brick wall. And between them and then the basement is split off we actually have the bigger basement their basement is. Less than half the size of our basement. Which means we probably also have the bigger POW? But whatever. So. Yeah. We share backyard and we share a front end we front yard. But like we have our own garage with garage door, we have our own front door and our own back door at our basement. So like you they had to walk into. Our garage. Go in our. South yet. They took wasn't the it was the point of they went into our garage and went into our van like even if we shared a garage. It doesn't matter you went into our van. Tell no, we don't like them which were we wanNA move eventually anyway. So. So. which we're not big neighbors people anyway we don't hate having neighbors. But we would prefer to not to. If. That makes any sense for you guys like we don't mind them but we would make if we had our choice, we wouldn't have the. Old Ones went so bad like they had kids juniors age, they never stolen anything from us. They weren't allowed none of that. They went in. They weren't into you know drugs or partying or nothing they had four wheelers. But that was finally junior. You know they'd offer junior wouldn't could he was scared of him but he had never seen them before. But they would offer to you know junior and on the four wheelers with them and their kids their kids have like Little Pool Party, state, invite junior. at their kids. To Arcades Birthday Party. So. Yeah we got along with them. These ones yeah, will already not going to get along. We, check. That's fine. You know we're not gonNA get along with all of our neighbors. Kinda wish they didn't you know. Deal Shit. So. Looks, like now we're going to be those normal people that locklear garage doors and everything. It's fine. It was just easier like it wouldn't really that big of a deal. It was just easier not locking it. Because it made it easier for Andy to have to. pull out in the mornings For those of you wondering, no, we can't hear liquidate open. Our. Garage I. Mean Are we can't hear them opening the van? Door. When it's in the garage and wearing the house. We don't hear them a we don't hear the garage door open or the van door open mcquaid we don't have the garage. Door we don't hear like cars pulling. In to the garage. None of that like you be in our driveway in. Honk. Your Horn. A We'd probably hear the horn honking, but we don't hear. Nothing, else. So. No, we didn't hear them opening. Fan Door. Shutting it. If they would've honk the horn. Would have heard it. We're working on getting a new alarm system for Sheila. I want one for her. Mine. Cameras around the house. Around the front door that like one at the front door one at the back door. In the garage. Light and that's really the only place we would need them. Because, like to get to our basement, you have to either go to garage door or come in the in the house and go down to the house. Other than that there's no there's no separate door just to the basement it's either. Big Garage door where we parked in. The House show. Is that's all the time I have for this week. I. Will Talk to you guys next week by guys..

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"28" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on The big d zone

"Okay Yeah. Okay. This is a pence TJ eater. It's warm. Or you know I can't last go to sleep. Maybe because of that day. And Know maybe it's because the twenty eighth and really my. Wife stop proven like at night and all things. To the morning once you Pathan. Only. Only only morning, it was still dark. and. So. I'm still practically nervous even though I'm going to be heading out of town. And also eventually heading out State on the twenty seven. And The nerves poppin I mean, even when I went to the bank I, take out the garbage. I. Mean My nerves overly popping night about now. I like streaming nervous. I guess had the good news about the much-needed good news about the -partment and then somebody was making me laugh when when I was doing Trying to get the southwest at ball set for Thursday. And I was like, well, why I'm so nervous don't get ready to head out of town tomorrow like, why am I still nervous because I'm still here springfield and everything like that. So it it's like. To think of line I mean. Why as the son do they ever dreamed it ahead this morning it was a good team was a scary or anything like that just that the Lord in my life that. They can't wait for me to come back home. In love. The. All. Belong to. The Lord Jesus the CEO, a big country that that they can't wait to see me back home. But I will go before act respond. You know. Our go so fast before respond. But. It will profound. And I guess it was because of how close? It is to the twenty gain. All this crap going on this lettuce. Fountain. That's really something. So. I can't wait to get out of here. But I, got a dodge a hot day. A crowded bus. Seeing an ugly mess gold over Buzz Plus I plus I had to wear on and hoping that I don't have the path I don't have to. Pant. Now. and. Is still be somewhat in the nineties, but Rainey's to move in fundamental remnants out the tropical depression or the hurricane or I don't know. But Are So full of nerves. I own soulful mirrored like a flashback is getting ready to come but I was like not to twenty. Don't talk the twenty seven and on that thing again out there. Like. Run away get. Out. Of here. Because, mind you I'm by myself. In the former power. Or even in the new the new Second. Pallor. I'm by myself. I'm the one that's the one with all these thoughts. Okay. Even Christmas time the top because this. Is Our second favorite holiday network on all the first second because she also loved for the July two. But Anyway? But when I don't know I don I mean it's really strange that I still be I should be more excited for my trip because I'm GonNa do something fun. You know you know have my mind around fun Instead, of thinking about the flashback. You know. Because the whole pulling. All, determine the I play. getaways bring one that day and get away from the awful flashback that I have. Every year. If. I had some kind of dream. Or awful flashbacks remembering. Saul. I'll just like I'd take matters in my own hand. And Who in the world is stupid teeny county judge. Branson's the county seat or competed county seat I. Think it is. For whom awarded a stupid judge who refused to? Hear that Masking Ordinance Lawsuit. by the former city council here in fill. India judge. In a judge. Wow. That's Redick feet. It's not about it's about control they want control love. They don't care people even with people with asthma or people who have to wear glasses and falls off the classes they don't get math were you know so he can't breathe. An, and then the fault I'll be glasses can't see. What the? Really. If not about health..

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"28" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on WTOP

"A K for 28. Traffic and weather on the eight Stateville Tynes in the traffic center, Annapolis to the shore eastbound Route 50 with delays from bay. They'll drive across the Bay Bridge, but remaining slow onto can't tile and a crash eastbound on 50 past Stevensville near Cox Creek, where the right side was blocked. Two way traffic has been in effect at the Bay Bridge. So once that traffic was that crash has moved out of the way. Traffic delay should begin to ease right now that whole traffic jams kind of shunted east of where it usually is. With the crash on the gentile inside of the bridge near Cox Creek should be getting moved out of the way soon. North found Baltimore Washington Parkway. The crash is out of the way between 1 97 and 1 98 Both lanes air over the pace is still slow the Beltway in Maryland slowdowns through Silver Spring College Park, Green Belt and Lana but with no crashes reported And wait. Here's Mill Road is open west of University Boulevard, east of Gold to Avenue. Fire Department activity is cleared to 70 North bound heavy traffic on a summer Friday through Frederick County. But without incident North bound on to 70 Despite the congestion in Virginia on I 66 eastbound the police activity. Before Boston and again before spout run only a single file Getting by eastbound past both stops on I 66 eastbound westbound, some heavy traffic off the Beltway into the three lanes stretch and the long term work zone near Notley Street and 1 23 Leesburg bypass Route seven. Westbound had disabled vehicle after the West Market Street exit that should be out of the way 95 South found heavy through Woodbridge Heavy through Stafford County, North bound, slow through Dale City toward and past the AKA Kwan and emergency closure outside of Quantico, south of Independent Hill, 6 19 Joplin Road, The bridge was damaged in yesterday's flash flooding. Traffic is turned around near the Southfork. Quantico Creek. Make faith part of your summer routine, Find Catholic mass confession, Times and community within the Archdiocese.

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"28" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on Lovush

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"28" Discussed on Repodcasting

Repodcasting

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on Repodcasting

"But the AL place in talking in pop culture for them for sure and Gerard. Butler has been enough nonsensical movies. Like I've heard him spoke nonsense beautifully. He can spout this nonsense in this crap script Greek. Cretan you see you. Okay picture this because this is an actual line that Brian Gilchrist says in the movie could tell me. If you can't picture Gerard Butler saying this line side totally could at one point. He's having a discussion with allison ing and he says I go hard. I go deep. Sometimes I break things including you see here in Butler saying yeah absolutely would be a thing of beauty if Dr Butler had said. That's so great. Oh my gosh I'm like. I'm now a little speechless. 'cause they batch really great man. I love it okay. I wanted to bring up a couple of other titles that I had seen like the working. Titles of okay so I have to say at the very least they went with the right title because a low highs much better than these other working titles one of which was deep Tiki. Saw that one in the other. Which is a gem volcano romance? Listen I actually think it should have been called Volcano Romance. Well at least it would prepare you for the garbage that you're about to see exactly because if you saw movie called Volcano Romance would absolutely prepare you for the nonsensical garbage. That was coming your way the movie. This is a disaster piece. Actually Oh my God and I don't even know where to go from here where they're trying to launch this the rocket. I don't even understand what was happening. And then What'S HIS FACE Bradley. Cooper type something into a computer in the rocket breaks apart as you hear all this pop culture. What's ridiculous I also I like? I mean we didn't recast him but I didn't like Bill Murray for that role either and I wanted to. I didn't want it to be like a big long list but I would have been happy recasting Alec Baldwin to. She was actually one person in this movie that I liked. Oh okay he was. Well cast in that role. I mean he did fit the role. Yeah but I would have been happy to resist him anyway. Yeah we would have. This would have been like an eight hour pot on through and recast everybody that we wanted to recast. Because I'll say this as well Rachel McAdams. I didn't like her. And you know who I felt. The worst four was John Krasinski. More junk percents fee. How was he stuck in that role in this? Listen John Krasinski do to deserve this raw. What awful thing did he do to Cameron? Crowe this role because John Krasinski is not only is he completely miscast but he's also completely under us. It's it's criminal. It's criminal to me the way they underused John Krimsky in this role. It's awful and can I just say to like so Rachel McAdams is probably Cooper's acts. He comes into town and apparently she's acting different immediately. 'cause she still in love with this man. She hasn't seen in thirteen years and she invites him over to our house for dinner. Why this man abandoned you thirteen years ago Lake Anyway. So then The husband John Krasinski he leaves and Bradley. Cooper is over at her house and she reads him a letter that her husband. Who like? They've had trouble communicating so he he puts his feelings into this letter and gives it to his wife and she reads it aloud to Bradley Cooper as they laugh and make fun of him. I wanted to lake. Shoot them all down at that point like I was furious. You know this you. This all goes back to the fact that it's a bad script. Well of course of corey scripts. I mean we can sit here and go through the movie point all the parts of the movie that are bad and don't make sense overall. It's a bad script it's very poorly written. It's completely like it's just incomprehensible like it. None of it makes sense is poorly written script. Yeah Yeah it really is. It made me sad because I thought I liked Cameron. Crowe and I still lake. You know I still like almost famous. I still like say anything. I haven't seen Jerry Maguire in a long time but I remember liking it at the time so it was extra disappointing to realize that. He's not good because he and he hasn't been good in a long long time. I have never been part of Cameron Crowe Fan Club and you know. I know that there's a lot of people that really lose their shit over his work. And that's fine if he's your flavor then that's fine good for you to me. He's just another example of that type. A filmmaker and there are many of them and they're all men right that type of filmmaker in Hollywood that regardless of how bad their movies suck they continuously gets second and third and fourth. Chances is a perfect example. And there's lots of others. We could sit here in like name like a huge list. But he always comes to mind because there's like this prestige like you know. He made one good movie. And it's debatable. If it was even good right Jerry. Maguire Yeah you know. He made that that one movie that was like a success in one Oscars and Blah Blah Blah and like. That was it and then he went onto do like a string of shitty movies. I know a lot of people like almost famous but like I said you know he just. He's that type of filmmaker kid had so many bombs but he's just he continues to work continues to give big budgets filmmaker. His career would have been done by now done. You wouldn't even hear about him anymore. Yeah he's a prime example of how unfair and imbalanced Hollywood is when I like. I didn't mind you're a great maguire but I stopped liking him when developed sky. Because that wasn't remake of a Spanish film that I had seen called Ogden host. I said that wrong story but this was it was a nineteen ninety. Seven film to Penelope Cruz was in. Isn't that funny that she was in both versions Spanish version? I did yeah like that. Movie was excellent. Excellent and then Cameron. Crowe decided that he wanted to remake it and call it vanilla sky and put Tom Cruise in it and I have hated Cameron Crowe. Ever since that movie. Probably when I really was like this guy is not good like he know maybe he thought he was Jerry Maguire. But it's like no. I'm not I'M NOT DOWN WITH THIS. And then after that it was just like. I didn't care for almost famous and like after that he's just made a string of flops. He really has almost was before. Vanilla sky. But yes starting at Ilici. Because so I started looking through his filmography and looking at you know critic ratings and things like that and vanilla sky was very poorly regarded as was every movie since. Then that he's done. I mean perfect example Ohio through that kind of money at him for this budget in. Yeah I'm with you okay. The last thing I wanted to mention before moving on was At the two thousand nineteen Golden Globes. Sandra Oh's said that crazy rich. Asians is the first major film with an Asian American lead since ghost in the shell and Aloha because of the Emma stone thing but what I like about it is when she said that Emma Stone in the audience yelled out. I'm sorry and people are so I still like Emma Stone. I don't blame her for this. I don't think it's her fault that this is a bad movie by any stretch like it's it's the writing all the way. I don't blame her. Like here's the thing I like Emma Stone. You I like. I'm a big fan of her and I think she's a very good actor but I also don't agree with you one hundred percent when you say well. I don't blame Emma stone because I kind of do blame Emma stone in the sense that she decided to be in the film she took the role even though she obviously knew that the character was supposed to be a quarter. Asian and a quarter Hawaiian. Like that's a choice that she made an actor I mean. I don't blame her fridge. Shitty script absolutely not. I don't blame her that the movie makes absolutely no sense. But I think as an actor like you have agency to say no. I'm not going to be a part of this project. Yeah I and I thought about that a lot when I was thinking about this movie because on the one hand I totally agree with you and also the fact is that Amazon is already a star at this point because if it was one of her earlier films and she wasn't that well known I would kind of cut or more slack. Exactly I mean she was cast in this movie because she already had name and I'm Jan where she was part of the fact that he got such a big budget when you have big names. That's when they start throwing money on you right you So I mean okay. Maybe she wanted to work with him but again it's not like it's not like she's like a super successful like yes he has. The name is Cameron Crowe but like I said.

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"28" Discussed on Repodcasting

Repodcasting

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"28" Discussed on Repodcasting

"Okay. So moving onto the Bradley Cooper character. Brian Gilchrist so I don't think we need to like harp on about how much we dislike Bradley Cooper. We've done that in co back and listen to our silver linings playbook episode. I think that in this movie it feels like the character is intended to be complex but with Bradley Cooper in that position there's no complexity whatsoever. It's it's just such an not that this is some dream role or anything. Obviously but still. It's a shame because you know that could have helped movie for sure her so I decided to go with Jeremy. Sisto who yeah he was? Elton clueless he was in six feet under as well. He was Brenda's brother. Billy he is earl in waitress and he was the dad in suburban Tori. So I really like him anytime he shows up. I'm happy to see 'em no matter. What kind of character? He's doing he does it. Well the character of early waitress. It's a late movie but his character is dark as fuck so the most recent thing that Jeremy Sisto has done feeling I I should know because I was looking up his Filmography but right now I do not recall. Suburban Tori was the most recent thing that I've seen him in knowing that TV show. Okay okay. Yeah let's see I just pulled it up so I can tell you right now. The most recent thing he was in TV show called FBI frozen too. He was a voice in frozen to a voice in Ferdinand. So He's been doing some Animation Oh he hasn't done a lot a lot recently. There's a movie called. Love is all you need lots of little. Tv stuff so yeah. He hasn't been doing. He's been working but he hasn't been doing a lot of big film roles so I think he could have brought a little more depth to this character. Because you kind of see him. You're supposed to see him. Go on a journey. Kind of like he gets there in east jaded knees angry and he just wants to be left alone and then the Emma stone character is supposed to kind of break him down and then you see him. Soften and with Bradley Cooper. It's just all kind of like it's all there you don't see any kind of change. I don't know I. It was really disappointing so I think Jeremy Sisto could have done that much better off familiar with his work but sure I mean how old is Jeremy's Asto is he's GonNa say he's a year older than Bradley Cooper but Yeah Yeah 'cause he looks like he's been around well? He has been around for certain clueless from ninety five or something. I'm not a huge Bradley Cooper Fan but you know watching him in this raw. I was thinking to myself. And I'm putting this question to you as well. Okay now that I have seen enough of Bradley Cooper's work here's the thing is Bradley Cooper. Always playing the same character or if he played if characters the same way. Yeah I'd say it's the latter because at least from the films I've seen his. It's not the same character or it's not supposed to be this him character thing. I've seen him in quite a few movies now and his character is always angry. He's an Alpha male super aggressive. Just really abrasive rate because even in silver linings playbook where he plays someone who has bipolar disorder rain. And he's so he's supposed to be angry so I get that but then you look at other movies. That he's done like that She lives in place. Beyond the pines. Just character is is like data well abrasive and and like aggressive and then he did that movie burnt. Did you see that movie as a chef? Same kind of character wedding crashers total aggressive asshole hangover. Oh I haven't seen those ones good for you. They're not good that movie that he did that. Awful movie that he did with Sandra Bullock. Like he's angry so are his characters all supposed to be or is that how she's playing as characters is he's playing his character's outweigh and even as he's choosing the same type of characters. Let's say it's always the same type of character that he's choosing doesn't got kind of show that he doesn't really have much of a range as an actor. Yeah definitely would go one further and say he's choosing to play the characters. I think that's just who he is. Remember when we discussed silver linings playbook actor new cast him. What was his name was a DVD. Yes she even said. That was part of the backstory. Was He wanted Bradley Cooper because he met him somewhere and that Bradley confer with such a rage head in real life exactly so. I think that it's not that he's playing the characters angry. I think that just comes out. Because that's who he is to me like what that says is a Bradley Cooper's range as an actor is very limited. It's funny because just today it came out that she's going to be playing give. I wasn't sure if you had seen this. I was saving the not just for For our recording so it was announced today. Apparently he's in talks to plead berry. Give in some biopsy and and you know it's obvious Bradley. Cooper is Thursday hard for an Oscar. Didn't get it for stars. Born sure as hell watched it for a very give biopic what is happening so Let me ask you this. I don't know much about Berry give. I'm not sure if you do. Was he a very angry person. Because that's how he's going to be played Bradley Cooper Spirit. You know wasn't an angry person or is very useful. I've only God horrible. He passed away. But I'm not positive but anyway censure your emails tell us whether he's alive or not but yeah like you get ready to see me angriest very good Bradley Cooper ends up playing him My apologies to Barry Gibbs who is still alive anyway okay so just my little blurb browsing cooper. I just wanted to get that out of the weeds so in terms of casting again. I wasn't. I didn't want to give this role to and I didn't want to do that to anybody. 'cause I was like this cast the sole movie. The dialogue of the script. Everything like just so bad I was like I'm not because initially you know who I was going to cast. It was James Marsden. Yeah don't that in Him James Marsden in the role but then once I started thinking about it I was just like no also. Here's another thing. I thought Bradley Cooper was actually not too young. But here's my take on. The character of Brian Gilchrist. I got the sense. That brand gilchrist should have been a little bit older. A little bit more seasoned. Because we're supposed to believe that this is a guy who has like been through it all like he's been through it right. He was in Afghanistan. He almost died. He's been through the wringer this guy at one point in the movie. I don't know if you noticed this but at one point Brian and allison go to see some of the Hawaiian elders. One of the elders to Brian Gilchrist. Keith Richards looks like a teenager next to you. Yeah yeah actually says this like like again. This was a hole where I was like. The script is a pile of non. How can you go get Brad actor and all next to Keith Richards Bucks Lunacy? I started to think you know what I wanna go with an older actor because I feel like it should be an actor. Who's maybe a little bit older? And who maybe looks a little more season rains Bradley Cooper gauge with his like super young face. So I went with one of our favorites here. Gre- podcasting I CASS Gerard Butler kind of Jerry. Butler has just the rate a male this. And you've actually been sitting here watching this movie and it would be show bad that it's good only agenda that is we can finish the podcast now because that is perfect recasting jury. Butler because first of all droid Butler is a little bit older. Yeah Drug Butler is actually years old now so he would have been about forty five. He looks he does like when you look at Gerard Butler's space or like mall. That guy's been through it. Yes in that respect would've maybe fit. The role of Brian Gilchrist a little bit better. Read that this character has you know has seen it as been through. It has almost died in Afghanistan. Seen War all this stuff like looking at your at Butler you would believe that. He was playing this church or almost like. He's done a lot of romantic comedies. Like he can do it and it would be funny. Not Maybe reason but you know I was just like this movie needs Gerard Butler in a it needs his magic and also like I was trying to picture him opposite. Shannyn Sossamon and I was like yeah. I could see that match like she would still look a lot younger than him and I mean. I wouldn't mind seeing what that chemistry would look like. Sure a Janet. I love that casting summer. Gerard Butler. I mean all joking aside actually really love him I think he's you know we make fun of his movies.

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"28" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"28" Discussed on G.I. Joe: A Real American Headcast

"Siebert radio broadcast <hes> they were talking about comics gate. They mentioned me you can i comment on their their <hes> their twitter twitter. Take had i commented on mixed. Media forced podcast outside outside long <unk>. Try that again outside long box pesky pasco. That's martin petco greg writer. He did some g._i. Joe episodes that had commented on it and tag a minute which will get you a little bit here. Sparks eleven hundred steve dash e l f m podcast asked the after movie diner the countdown pod the harare club podcast and three minute podcast a movie on another comments and things from twitter. We adjust loved seventy five. She posted the picture her wearing her pennies on the outside or pants. This is after i made a comment about the baroness's mrs group her women troopers doing the same sort of g._i. Joe the one where the jobs go to the alternate reality offense that jess <unk> are just love love seeing that pitcher agree leonard h g. He says grapes oh gentleman. I believe this was a regarding our last episode shoot <unk> twenty-seven secretive so gentlemen you avoid court martial yen and jared nipple talk. Get you the barracks in. I don't know what you're talking about but the real here this episode is the helmet. What's it made of the which was at. I'm not sure yeah. I think i was one of the jokes. Helmets deflected a bullet yeah that that helmets should have been the the real american here the episode thanks larry h. G. moving on there was also a comment from home schooled film school. This is what i made a comment. It's about a cop. Give a military guy in a tank a hard time. He said actually guys. I have a friend of national guard. He told me a pretty good story about one of their members. Members doing little speeding again followed by a cop a city cop. The c tried to fall guard member into the formation. The serb formation got over a city cop with a lot of colorful language later on the city. Compost seriously busted down by the police chief so i've been told thanks grew loved here. That homeschool home-schooled was with james james appreciation that moving on coffee comics again. I was talking about lady jaye loser pants which came a kit the internet to adults on episode g._i._g._o. Clinton said this is one of the few times you'll see a female character loser pants as a joke always other almost all the others will be the male character standing there and their undies like a bunch of idiots. He also made a comment that same episode about the joe's getting turner earner kids he said joe joe babies funding low kober with the power of imagination. I would've loved to see that you'll joe babies. Fighting low cobra unfunny marveled did the x. men davies. Whatever makes them along that same line that would have been a good little short or comic or something uh-huh <hes> clinton also said but as he ballsy enough to train the new recruits in the movie nope flint's barely seeing that fang meanwhile beach is out there sassy chuckles who can run one hundred year dash with a rocket over his head. Each has balls awarded medals no-doubt again. I wanna reese yeah. I may go back to at some point early in the morning on a discovery family. Believe it is a two three three o'clock in the morning. Show up so that the g._i. Joe cartoon froth flaw. There is live tweeting my thoughts. I kind of backed off a little bit by making back into that <unk> entire series but missed a couple of minutes here and there so they just just as i'm recording this just restarted back at the rich the beginning again so i may i may i can do that again so it's fun if i do that join the conversation. If you guys are up that early moving on we had a comment from pesky pascal he says i gather you're talking about cobra thon because i had him on it in that way with watching that he said becky buzz dixon. I had a lot of fun that one that was great to hear. I need to get martin on my show on these days. I love talking about g._i._g._o. In the last few comments that's is both from joyce salomon he says at g._i. Joe head cast new listener here really enjoying catching on the pods issue seven currently looking forward to future episodes keep up the great work had yoho he also said at g._i. Joe head cast in episode review issue nine one of the future items you'd like to added the pod was order better issues. I have an idea where again insert one profiled per episode a separate segment. I'd want here do it my job not sure how l._l. Bill thanks joey. That's good idea i i was virtually my clan was either to cover that on a special during the show or are maybe now on bravo team but i could start inserting one character profile per episode. It's all about me talk about the guys at that one thing great idea joint. I love that so that was a twitter comments and tweets and re tweets and all that good stuff phil free on twitter hewlett force at g._i. Joe head cast moving on from there. We have the facebook he's alike shares and all that s- re- shares re tweets or whatever facebook's paste in tweets and this is either from the g._i. Joe facebook group the joe page or over on the g._i. Joe canadian g._i. Joe canadian collectors club age again along even longer the names them read off of a few comments throw in here and there but <unk> enjoy the names again. Thank you guys very much fight just like on twitter and here homicide is missing somewhere. 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