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"aban" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Depot. How doers get more duck. Hey, CBS News time. 7 35, Florida's governor wants the state to be open for business. So on Friday, Rhonda Santa's lifted all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in Florida, as well as banning local finds against people who refused to wear masks a mandate from the governor. Every business in Florida is allowed to open. The entire state is now on what's considered Phase three of reopening if a business has been ordered closed since March, it can open as of now that includes bars and clubs. However, the confusion comes quickly since counties are still allowed to impose stricter restrictions, and South Florida's county leaders and the county lawyers are still sorting through exactly how to move forward. Also part of the governor's announcement. Fines for not wearing a mask and public are forbidden. Dufour TV's Lauren Pastrana. Reporting from Miami. The Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation in California is now reporting to prisoners have died. Have hospitals of Corona virus related complications. One was a prisoner at the California Institution for Men. In Chino. The other prisoner at Aban Aban all state prison in Avenue All he was thie sixth inmate to die from complications at that facility of the inmate, Pacino. Is the 22nd inmate to die of Corona virus complications. In the meantime, California State University Long Beach students who live on campus have been placed in quarantine and all in person instruction will be halted for two weeks. Because by students have now tested positive for covert 19 US past seven million cases this week in California. We have 807,000 plus cases and over 15,000 people have died. From the virus. KCBS news time 7 37 Hi Brad Sham here for Sam Pak and his 65 star dealerships where he's been taking care of North Texans for more than 40 years, Sam has 45 star Ford dealerships, five.
Stumbling block: the battle over WeChat
"A new battle is shaping up in the legal wrangles around. Social Media APPS operating in. America. The trump administration's attempt to block we chat and Tiktok from American APP. Stores was overturned by a federal judge on Sunday. Yesterday, America's Commerce Department said it would appeal. The wildly popular video sharing Tiktok has been the subject of jockeying from American firms for ownership after President Donald Trump said he would ban it unless CEOS was agreed. It can't be controlled for security reasons by China too big too. Invasive and it can't be and here's the deal I don't mind if whether it's Microsoft or somebody else a big company secure company, very, very American company by it. That seemed to be solved on Saturday when he approved a deal involving Oracle and Walmart. But that still left, we chat a platform with a huge following in China and among the Chinese diaspora if you as battling TV use of which had that would ask. For examples, I can use the. In. The US Li Tang is Chinese but lives in New York Bats. The hub was blocking China's. Savings so The government binding dvd from using the reach hats not means my connection with China is totally being cut off. The administration's wish to block it entirely now lies with the courts, but that battle will be very different from the one over Tiktok. This was going to cripple these we just in America for about three and a half million Chinese Americans who the majority of its users and the California judge has sort of paused this in order to examine. Around freedom of speech in doing this, how Hudson is the economists Asia Technology correspondent. The ruling kind of acknowledges that while there may be national security questions, it doesn't appear immediately that Aban is the only way to deal with those questions and the ban does appear to impinge upon the freedom of speech of those Chinese Americans, and so it's kind of a we're gonNA take a moment here in to check how legal this is and that makes sense because nothing like this has ever happened before. So in in what way What what are the rights that are that are under threat here? Well, it's pretty broad brush. We shot is kind of everything up and both in mainland China and and in America people, use it, use it for loads of different things they use to send money to their families. They use it obviously to communicate to the most obvious analog. There is something like what's up but also has personal finances. It has news it's kind of like. A little internet in a box and for a lot of people that's the whole Internet, and so that's why cutting it off is such a risky thing and yet the fact that it's sort of all of the Internet in a single APP is particularly important in China where not only are other services. Particularly Western services blocked Yukon download them from APP stores in China, things like twitter and facebook and what's up, but the communication on we. Chat itself is censored according to the Chinese government sort of prescriptions and so in a way, this freedom of speech argument is actually a question of whose freedom of speech you know do we want Americans to be free from Chinese censorship or do we want them to be free to use a service that they want to use? It's a it's a difficult question and so on. What grounds is the trump administration trying to ban it. Well, the stated reasoning is that we chat presents a national security risk to America and to American people. As with Tiktok the idea is that data about American sort of intimate data communication with their families. Businesses can be harvested through we chat and sent back to the Chinese government for various purposes. The other concern is that we got sensors conversations on its APP and both of these have grounds. In fact there there's research from the group. Called the citizen's lobby in Toronto which does showed that we chat is censoring various kinds of communication, not just in mainland China but all around the world for its extra China, which users. But there's a more skeptical angle to this on the government's motivation, which is that being tough on China looks good for trump in the run-up to an election and it puts Joe Biden in a corner to sort of force him to take position on closeness with China. To how does the discussion around we chat fit into the the rather longer running one about Tiktok the difference between the two of them is that TIKTOK has American investors tiktok has its roots in the acquisition of an American company, and so that gives America sort of jurisdiction over to talk because America's always had control over investment in the United States, and that's the kind of starting point for the examination of Tiktok and the administration's talk on talk we chat doesn't have that. We chat doesn't have any American acquisitions that formed it. It's a much older piece of technology and it's much more sort of purely Chinese. So the only way that the administration has to attack tiktok is through this very unusual executive order that resulted in a list of transactions from the Department of Commerce. That again important to remember doesn't have a precedent and so you know when we're looking at what this the results of this temporary stay from the judge in California will be. It's very hard to say because nothing like this is awesome before. So in in that regard, the long run outcome of this won't be the kind of division and selling jockeying that we've seen about Tiktok no, there's no latitude for that. I mean the fact is as well that we chats three point five, million users in America doesn't represent like gigantic sort of social media growth opportunity that tiktok one, hundred, million users, a brand new APP that you know all the kids. Are On that's a much more exciting proposition for companies like Oracle at Walmart that are you know supposed to be taking stakes in? TIKTOK. But the other way in which these two things are joined up is in the American government's increasing efforts to control the kinds of things that happened on the Internet and this isn't just about versus China America versus China is kind of catalyzing a much much bigger discussion about what happens online and who gets to be in charge of that. But all of this seems to be getting away from the you know free on splintered on almost entirely unregulated Internet that America pioneered. Yeah. It undeniably is is just a factual observation to say that this source of activity very top down very directly political. You know trumped basically in charge of these things and and a group of bliscoll allies starts to look. A lot like the way that China does business online and I guess that's not necessarily a problem at Priori. But it's definitely a change in the way that America does its business and it is important to remember that it's not like America. Star should this to China has not allowed loads of different American services in for a very long time and you know one. Potential. Outcome of this is that you'll see the people who really need these services using them sort of illicitly. So you start to get a kind of grey market for digital services where your ability to route around the controls that your government puts on. You dictate your ability to access the services you need, and that's probably a bad thing. Hell, thanks very much for your time. Thank you Jason.
"aban" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
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"aban" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Snyder Aban South Philly, sponsored by Acme Download the Acme Apt to save and now back to Stevie watching the roads for us. Lay on the westbound Scougall Expressway. Everybody getting on it past hunk. You've got to get right back off university because that's where it's closed, and it will be all weekend long of 76. Google Expressway Westbound is closed between 30 in our university and 30th the rest of this Kugel Expressway. We've just got some delays here and there. It's all volume and, of course, some wet roads, especially eastbound getting on it to 02 Vine Street Expressway That's in slow traffic westbound just in pockets all the way across. And then on 76 east If you're trying to get past past young, get on out to broad Street, maybe to the Walt Whitman Bridge. You will find a delay in there before abroad. After broad you're in great shape south on 95 near Cartman, You've got some slowing its ongoing construction and then the ramps to and from the blue route for 76 from 95. Heavy traffic there, too. Now all of our bridges look to be in really good shape. If you're in New Jersey we don't have any big issues. 55 north of 40 to watch out for some slowing there and the Commodore Barry Bridge West. They do have construction, but it's not a serious delay Boulevard. South bound outer Drive approaching Woodhaven Water Main break from yesterday. Two. Right lanes still blocked. Are you an instrument mechanic? Or you a project manager looking for your next great career. The Naval Foundry and Propeller Center is looking for you. Apply today at N f p c jobs dot com That's n f p c jobs dot com in the K Y w 24 hour traffic Center, I'm Stevie Reese, Stevie Thanks 1 24 Now, Joe Biden is heading into the weekend weighing the biggest decision of his presidential campaign so far. CNN is reporting. The Democrat.
Police Searching For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Caused Deadly Multi-Vehicle Accident In Robbinsville
"Aban used in a deadly multi car crash in new jersey has been found in pennsylvania but the driver is still on the run police say the driver cost twenty-three-year-old vincent at tanny to cross over the median and collide with two cars headed the opposite way on route one thirty and robbins ville satanic died at the scene the crash happened last night the van was found this morning the investigation is
"aban" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"aban" Discussed on WWL
"Arises star. Please welcome all the way through London. England Elton John. When rock was young. Me. So much fun. Skimming stones. Jenny. That I appearance at the troubadour an epic nightclub. I guess it somehow kind of whiskey go. And in Los Angeles, two door was a place where if you played there and made it, you made an Elton, John is so concerned because there were a lot of important people in the audience, this is from the movie rocket man. And this is Terry negative Nelson, John, I'm scoot, a song for Leah chase. When we come back, wwl. Wwl first news. The lawyer for the guy shot while driving the wrong way on bourbon street says it was just terrible driving, and L S P shouldn't shot him in the age of terrorism. Can you really blame the state police for reacting how they did plus the Bill Aban hand held cell phone? Use wild driving comes up for another vote should this become.
"aban" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"If you lined up the worst dancers in the world, I'd be on that list that song gets me dancing. I don't look good. But it's okay that is half alive and the song called still feel at number thirteen out of order. I'm Ted striker Instagram. Ted striker, let's go to the nineteen biggest song. Now, this is called Gloria from Aban plane bonnaroo outside lands Woodstock in about a thousand other festivals. The luminaries out of order. Crowded. You don't. The luminaries are back in a great song called Gloria at number nineteen. I Stryker this is out of order. I've played you all the songs on the countdown. Some bonus songs except the number one. This band is.
"aban" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Do other things, but I'm what what sometimes people, call departmental, est. It's a sort of view that goes back to Jefferson that says, you know, the constitution is an independent set of words, first of all and second of all set of values. I think that are independent of anyone institution. And if that's right. The constitution says stands as an independent thing. It means that any branch can interpret it really any person any citizen you, and I can do it just as well. I think in many ways better than the current supreme court. And so, yeah, I don't think it's just the role of courts to do. This thing of interpretation. And I think that's sort of, you know, part of the problem that we've gotten away from that, you know, it would be a real travesty, and and a especially given this supreme court if we said, you know, what the courts failed to enforce the travel ban. And that's the end of the story. I mean to me that was a real failing not just a moral failing. But a failing of of constitutional interpretation, and the fact. That they failed the court failed to stop a president from doing. So doesn't mean that. There wasn't an independent obligation of a president to not and basically Seco Aban based on religion, the most obvious violation of the first amendment guarantee of free exercise of religion that there could be and the ban on establishment of religion the ban on specifically, not favoring one religion over another and even in that travel ban decision, which I was so disappointed in Justice. Kennedy comes right out in this sort of wishy washy opinion, you know, he fails to do the right thing. But he does say something like look just because we failed to stop a president. It doesn't mean that he has in violated the constitution or were his sort of independent role. So so, yeah, I wanna get away from the idea that this is just a document for lawyers and just the documentary, especially for the supreme court. It's for all of the branches. And even more fundamentally for me, the constitution is a document for citizens that we all need to start to pay attention to because you. There are no there is no constitution..
"aban" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Accordion coordination with the federal government. We are seeing if tomorrow Dame aggression institute can come and work through all the papers, and those that don't have the right to to return immediately them to their place of origin. All right. So there you go. That's what's happening with wall convoy, number two. And then here in Sacramento a little bit local. And that's that's it for the let's say I have a couple more grapes about the response tonight. That's it for the border wall thing tonight, if you want anymore, you can either watch FOX or CNN, or whatever you want certain everyone's talking about it. Sacramento. Here's another update for Sacramento city, council members tapping the brakes today on that. Controversial proposal the band pepper, spray glass, bottles, baseball, bats and other items from protests because keep in mind, while you should be able to have drink that you should be able to have a glass bottle at the protest and baseball, bats. In case, you're at the protest, and the people you're protesting against decide. Hey, you know, what's better than it? Broadcast. A little baseball game. Hey play game. Let's just settle it. This way, I'm good with that nine innings wherever you know. Let's go to the ballpark. Let's go. Settle this. Aban baseball, bats. Come on. Who's drinking out of get glass bottles? Anyhow every bottle. I see a water is plastic. You know, you can hit me in the head with a plastic bottle. I'm not gonna like it. But it's plastic anyhow, so I guess you can bring a baseball bat. I'd bring your mitt near ball everything you're batting helmet. After about twenty people spoke against the ordinance of the council's law and legislation committee. The chairman j shiner the directed the police to work with him to come up with a plan for community outreach before beginning to proposal back to to the committee for reconsideration. So you have council members Jeff Harris era and Steve Hansen saying they were not convinced that the ordinance was necessary saying I need to hear more from our PD. Our police department about what this does to enhance their. Tool kit. Their tool kits. To protect public safety. Several of the people who spoke against the ordinance and that they needed to be able to carry pepper, spray and other items with them for self defense from counter others looking to cause trouble. So you need a baseball bat to protect yourself. Isn't it kind of just asking for trouble? When you go to a protest armed with a baseball bat. I mean, I could see pepper spray. I could see that. But I don't understand the whole baseball bat, and they just caved on this. Or so far. Maybe we don't know yet. They've just tap the breaks as they say. This ordinance does not keep me. Safe says. Tanya phase on of course, you know, whereas the founder of black lives matter Sacramento carries pepper spray at all times because she's received threats. She she told the council I've seen all kinds of threats out there from both sides, by the way. All kinds of threats. Here is the full list of the proposed banned items any length of lumber would that's more than a quarter inch thick or more than two inches wide. Both ends must be blunt. We went through this list before. But this is still on the list any length of metal or plastic pipe again hollow or solid unless it's used a hold the sign. Otherwise, why do you have a pipe? With you at a demonstration or protest. Pipes us the whole the science must be less than three quarters inches thick no more than one eighth of an inch, blah, blah, blah, all baseball softball bat. So this was the originalist of any size pepper spray Mace tear-gas because again, we need tear gas at these protests. Aerosol spray were bear repellent was banned or that's they're considering any projectile launcher. You mean to tell me I cannot take my catapult to my next protest tag that ruined. My whole thing he go out there. And you take your catapult you start, you know, even vegetables and things towards the other protesters. It's a blast. Weapons knives or swords really we have to ban swords. Toy guns chains are people. Really? He's the protests balloons, waterguns bottles, cannons filled with flammable, biohazard or other noxious matter. Yeah, I don't really wanna cannon filled with flammables or biohazard pointed at me that thank you for protecting. Is there? I guess glass bottles open flame torches, this is like Frankenstein when they're trying to get like Trump's. Trump's henchmen. Remember that Trump's henchman? Yeah. Sure. Here. Torches? Boy, folks. Trying to find the Trump's henchman. I can't find that will. Will find it anyway. So there you go bro breaks rock shields. Metal Bob, blah, blah. So that's what you can't take your next protest. So if you're thinking about that, then you can just forget it..
"aban" Discussed on Mixergy
"Couple bucks like two dollars three or four bucks. Three four bucks. Okay. If you are making a fancier ki- like, for example, we do our VP keys. So if you have a key card or fob near your building or your office, we have an antenna on the front kiosk in you can just tap that. Or if I did he to Yasser can watch dispense an RFID key on the spot to his are one how when a four ninety nine, you know, usually about half the price of what an alternative locksmith or. Who can make up your those charge? I had no idea you guys at that too. Well, you can eat. So we have another set Aban Tana's that can capture the transponder mation from the chip of vehicle key. And you would typically pay about on the low end about twenty dollars with simple key than those go all the way up about three hundred dollars. But on the higher end of that range were generally, saving at least two or three hundred dollars versus the dealership in all that standard from the standard machine. To the vehicle keys would be scanned and ordered on the he asking you had put in a shipping address. And then our teams actually gonna program the key in our headquarters and ship it off through so in that made physically by the kiosks for mailing tens of thousands of keys week to customers directly in the mail. Wow. I had no idea. Yeah. Those keys for for Carter super expensive. I'm paranoid about mine crazy expensive, and it's a pain ago the dealership, and we are making that Mark Levin, isn't you can go to bed bath and beyond and get a vehicle made and bring the price pretty considerable. I.
"aban" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Talent the champions both on NBC. Please. Welcome Terry crews. I just have to describe Terry for our listeners you came out here. You did a peck dance. What? Now Terry back after high school you get to scholarships at the same time. You get an art scholarship visual arts scholarship and a football scholarship. Scholarships? But one was to interlock an arts academy. It's an amazing place. It was a six week program. It was like a pre college thing then I had a really small scholarship to western Michigan university. And then I walked on to the football team in order to get a full ride put ball scholarship. Well, so I had to go through the Rudy thing. It was a big old Rudy, basically. So then you're drafted to the NFL in one thousand nine hundred ninety one and to make extra money you actually start doing portraits of your fellow teammates and of people playing football, exactly what athletes are very egotistical. So I needed to make some money. Do let me paint you over the city, and they love the innate paid me. Well, but this is the thing. I I got married very early. I was married in college. We had two kids very early. And I got cut a lot. I'm listed as having three years in the NFL, but it took seven years to do. You know, what I mean by NFO career was not glamorous at all. It was like being a Rhody Aban that was never going anywhere. So we lived out of suitcases when I will get cut. I was just humbled myself. I went back in the locker room and ask those guys. Hey, do you need would you like a painting? This is something that I do when I was showing my portfolio, and they really liked it. And it got us through perseverance wins out..
"aban" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"Flatland the really kind of this is our second record right now you see their their pallet or sonic palette kind of building a little bit more expanding. I've always kind of compared them to a blend of Josh Abbott and a Aban that you play just a minute ago turnpike. They of have that sound it's especially fiddle and close Hong riding his very Evan Felker of turnpike. It's very similar, but they also have I think what they always kind of build themselves as easy on the years, heavy on the heart. So it's kind of that light pop land. I guess that you can see from Josh. So again this record out Friday. So it's my why was. Easy on the is heavy on the heart. Yeah. Yeah. That's. I like these guys already. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I one too. Yeah. He's a he's done. I guess like they have to records and an EP and Scott various a local. Park stadium. Local record studio they've stayed local. That's one of those things. That's really interesting is that flatland is really a band. That's really blown up and yet they stayed local in a lot of their production. And like, I guess the the the business operations of the ban. You know, they've they've stayed Gokul and stated in a comfortable area. I guess okay. Cavalry making its play to new bumper music Daniel on the program. Yes, sir. I'll get that down. Okay. Plattling cavalry. We have our print. Thomas Mooney at underscore news slaying on Twitter in pseudo with us next one Charlie shafter, Charlie chapter. He's like a old Lubbock guy originally from Illinois. And yeah, this new record of his it comes out Friday as well. He's live. Over in round the DFW area. And this new record. I can't it's I'm blanking on who co-produce it. But I know one of the co producers was Josh Abbott, actually 'cause they're okay buddies. Yeah. Believe the song is over to you was lever wild. I liked Billy creek better. But it's okay. You wanna play Billy creek at school to let's play Billy cre-. Yeah. I thought that was you know, you run the afternoon radio program. Will people be jazzed about what's going on? I think that this had a good beat to it..
"aban" Discussed on The Book Review
"But channel that into a deep disrespect for the basic institutions, we need in order to sustain those two values, and we see that in form of Donald Trump admitted states, but we also see form of many politicians around the world. Whether it's Narendra Modi in India's like the to Aban in Hungary over newly elected hybrid scenario in Brazil, you wrote your buck. This came out early in two thousand eighteen I'm assuming you're working on it in twenty seventeen and of two thousand sixteen and we're talk. Now on Thursday, December twenty seventh. Do you feel more or less pessimistic than you did when the book came out how how the events of twenty eighteen in this country in the United States sort of born out what you were writing about research? I've done shows that populace tend to Dutch democratic institutions in a large number of cases. But not no cases often via position manages to fight back and preserve the basic rules and norms of political system, we need in order to sustain democracy, and by the way, rules and norms. It was a little bit airy. Why do we Cabot was who knows what I'm talking about basic lose enormous? Like, the fact that when you lose an election, you leave office if we don't have that rule if people don't adhere to that norm van political conflict turns into violent conflict as it didn't ancient Rome. And so that's the thing that I'm really concerned about now. I think the last year two developments have been more dramatic than many political science. Assumed in two thousand sixteen we've seen Donald Trump not just take complete control of Republican party. But also start to abolish the independence of join forces agencies. We have seen rapid politicization off the department of Justice. The mill inquiry still appears to be in serious danger. We are starting to see more direct control potentially even the things like the armed forces with the departure of to Mattis will have to see how that plays out. We are obviously seeing a deep de-legitimize ation of the media in this country, and all that is very concerning. Now at the same time United States, thankfully has very federal structure has frequent elections. And we're starting to see the signs of a pushback against Donald Trump as well. So in that sense of maturity, I think very important because they do ensure that Donald Trump has unit she control over the government. It's going to allow Democrats to. Exercise some accountability of the president particularly in the house of representatives. And so I am on the whole more convinced that Trump is a serious threat credit institutions than a year ago, but also perhaps a little bit more hopeful that the institutions of the American Republic and of the opposition is going to be able to do you think it's going to be the opposition? That does it or do you think that change is going to have to happen within the Republican party? What I think it has to be both. So in order to have a functional political system, you have to have all of the major political forces committed to the basic rules and norms of liberal democracy. Now, my argument is that Donald Trump is not committed to those norms. And that way since he has now taken effective control of the Republican party. I don't to believe that Republican party is either. And so the first step has to be to boot out the people who disrespect most basic elements of our Republic from office. But the second step has. To be to build a second party because we don't want to become a one party state, right? Vet does have that kind of respect for those rules, and since the United States is politically complex country in which a lot of people right of center. We realistically will need some kind of right of center party that is robustly conservative in whatever way that does respect for rules in terms of a political system in Batman. So in my mind, the first step towards salvation would be speaking personally for Democrats to win twenty twenty. I don't see a change happening in Republican party before then, but the second step, which is perhaps just as important would be the Republican party to reform itself or for a new center right of center party to come about that returns to that kind of respect for basic democratic institutions a few minutes ago, you outlined a number of things that would certainly you said, you call them, I think somewhat concerning that some people on the non Trump supporters, my call them terrifying. And at the..
"aban" Discussed on The Watch
"It's possible for me to have been listening to playboy Cardi. And then wanting forgetting to brought it up is that Helms called dial it. Yeah. Confessional, guesting and dying lit. Nineteen seventy five is good. Let's talk. Let's talk about this. Because it's an amazing piece about it today, which I thought was worth we could use it as a framework where she just essentially talking about its prescience and the way in which it's kind of functions as the perfect rock record. If you wanna call it that because it's a lot of different things at once. It's not just a rock record. We're going to talk about other stuff today. We're also going to talk about widows. Yeah. Wait. Hello press. Pause go see widows because we're gonna talk about it. Yes. Your boys movie. Yeah. That basically this this album is the perfect record for time in your life. Where like so much of your life is dominated by screens. Where so many people are essentially if they're not functionally ADD they're living as if they are because there's flitting between tabs and platforms, and and all this different stuff. And I actually, you know, I thought that that was like a really astute way of looking at the lyrics, but as a piece of music, I thought it was pretty cohesive, you know, and really kind of draws from a lot of the stuff that we've we've. Been fascinated with the idea of a night out the idea of dance music as this kind of release from the drudgery of modern life, the power of a band to be something more than just abandoned the idea that it could be like a tribe or team that you join and sure the nineteen seventy five fans are going to have to get used to like the real hardcore fans are gonna have to get used to you know, newcomers. Like, yeah, you know, what I mean, I was like twenty that used to piss me off and stuff like that would happen. I think there's a couple of things at play here. That are compelling to us in one. You cannot discount. Maybe this is a weird thing to say about a band that? I actually think is very much of the moment in exciting way. There isn't a stellar factor. Play here because the arc of this band is contains two things that I kinda thought were we wouldn't see anymore. One is the slow ascent. Yeah. Right. I was a big fan of some of the singles from their first record. There's song chocolate. It's really good. But I didn't understand what they were. And weirdly, because maybe I am impatient. Now. I assume that people pants had to be what they were going to be right from jump right? Maybe they were just a, you know, an enjoyable pop act with no harm, no foul. The other thing is you and I both love the calorie and music. I would like to remind our listeners yet again at the time, I foresee to sit and listen to the parade by my chemical romance as proof of that. And it does my jaded heart. Good to see a ban led by a front person. Who's like, I'm gonna will myself to global relevance through cockiness, an attitude. And drama in addition to songwriting chops. I love Aban that wants to be the biggest band in the world. And that brings me the last point about this record that I think is is pretty exciting. One of the reasons why rock music is not at the center of the conversation anymore is because it's self deported itself from the conversation so much of the music, even that I love from this year that is nominally rock music is essentially so deeply indebted to other eras of rock music that it's a it's a closed circuit desire ox with. This is a collage of the moment..
"aban" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Have hot plans during pregnancy and I wouldn't known this axe. So it was just one for me. One of things where it was more of a heck of education question. Like I just wanted to know. Kind of what I was. Looking for. And one thing I can say, I just people quote unquote hate on the internet, but the internet is a wealth of knowledge, particularly with women that are willing to be truthful. And you know, don't act like everything being a woman is just lovely. Great thing. I wake up every day. I feel fabulous out on never have cramps. I don't never have headaches. My kids don't ever get on my nerves. I don't ever wanna punch awhile like y'all go somewhere because that's not life, you know. So that's why acts, you know, just because you just want to know. About, you know, these things was happening, you know, but you look on the internet. Some people to make you think enough is never wrong, but nobody. And if you ever say anything is wrong with your life, Laura hammers and you have a breakdown or you wake up the day and going. These kids get on my mother puck nerves act like you Aban Mamo a bad parent. Awesome. Shit like that. But that's not reality. So I wanted to truth. So I'm glad lotta people kind of helped me get a better understanding of what it was and what was happening in the signs and stuff like that. Okay. That's not what that's does not seem to be what it was or what was happening. You just keep wearing off into this territory of and that's what I was going through, and I don't think that's what you're going through that night. One night. We'll see if it's a drain we, if it is, we we, we was I don't know about the soundness of the medical information as we coming out the clock as I've been laying, you cook, but are we sure it was menopause during pregnancy, not half fly. Half lashes due to hormonal shifts like we, it was menopause. Your body starts producing more day. We're talking about hot flashes doing pregnant. Okay. 'cause I just feel like it's been a lot and explain that. Yes, their plans to do a pregnancy. I've been letting you just kind of do things, but I feel like it's been a lot of misinformation happening on. And I don't feel like an obviously to be, I don't feel like getting letters. So that's the only reason I'm saying, please don't take this to go, go rhino letters. You look. I don't. If it case the heat turns out one night or the AC turns off one night during why y'all sleet and you wake up saying that you have HIV now. Like I don't work like that. I should not have made that joke. I did not know is going to be the series. I didn't know that it does go, but it just made me ideas. It just made me think because I know that that's something to happen to your body as you get older. So it just made me think in and say, I just went down, this tended alpha my thought process. It's random thousand my badge..
"aban" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"What unit again, then thinking about the the Steinweg she is being as to an Apollo or the trying to report is the movies logic, because I think it some point she actually does the pain, doesn't she when she when is beating her? And so I kind of wanted while. What is the what is the logic of that? Sometimes she just seemed to sympa pain. And then other times she's just asleep human figure, whose resistant to any kind of physical threads. So yes, he seems to have it both ways. Really. I think it seems like the bad cowboy character, the outlaw, it seems like he gets lost in the shuffle around here unless I just looked down in lost where he went because toward the end, the movie he still there seems to be an okay dude. But like they don't really try to murder him like they try to murder superman. They try to murder Jesse. But as far as I know in please correct me if I'm wrong, they don't really try to murder the cowboy yet believing her right in doesn't seem to have the same trajectory or that the other two seem to have. He does kind of get lost in the shuffle. I, I would agree. He's kind of a henchman bigger in the way he against in the then at the end, he he's actually in the laboratories and with Henry and adjusted. Well, but yes, as you say, think it's not really clearly sort of set out is it? I mean, is he become a good character? This point was he just being sort of lettuce dry by superman. But yes, I would have liked to bit more of him, I think, and a belief that the Italian title of the film was just superman wants to kill Jesse. So I think I think reflects the fact that he is kind of sidelined the business, the cowboy figure. Yes, I would have liked more at any anymore Carola. I think he's always with wile, just Greg face them such a great presence yet at faces. Amazing. He is just he's built for villainy is so great. I love that gag to when because when Henry's in his prison cell, he asked the guard for pencil and of course you know, that's gonna cost them some money, and he ends up writing his his figures down about the glove and figuring out the glove. It's basically it's the classic scene of the crazy guy who's writing on the prison walls, right? You know, we've seen Anthony, Hopkins do it. We've seen John hurt do it recently. So it's like we know that there's something going on there and that's where you know he brings Jesse back to his prison cell, and she makes the correction to the figures, and then the guard comes in. It's like, okay, you're three days is up basically. So it's time to leave, and he sees Henry there with Jesse. Eighty, and he's really kind of flow mix those to take off. And he looks at the wall. It was like mathematics. So stupid joke, but it's pretty funny looking at Jesse as well as manage, just like amazed about Aban Henry things that he's looking at the gloves, and he's amazed by them, and it's yet none of those classic nudity misunderstandings and the ad. The Rosie has fallen in love with superman, and the whole thing where she is now the predatory female, which is a weird thing like I never understood when it came to married with children. I mean, I was all about, you know, the wife character on that show. So her wanting to constantly have sex with allergists like you're the biggest dolt in the world. I mean here you have this vivacious buxom, beautiful woman, and I don't understand why you don't wanna have sex with her. And now Rosie's doing the same thing with superman..
"aban" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"That's how you sell four hundred dollar watches my friend and the reason that I'm, you know, I'm buying one for my dad for for Christmas, hoping. He doesn't look this. A year ago, my dad, my dad had, you know, he had his heart, you know, hit a a feeling bad feeling, went to the doctor. They did. Some tests seemed like it was okay. They said, just rest and we'll have become back. And if you feel anything else and then you know, my dad being my dad went and was the lead in a play the next day. The next night. Anybody down, like go on community. Exactly. You know, it felt like he was gonna, you know, then he's horribly felt sick. He felt all these other things Hornacek you know, like an and and and he got, he almost died the next day, you know. And so he's fine now and you know, doing more than he's supposed to and all those things. But I'm like, I need to put a watch on that. Because he would have gotten alert if you. Put a watch on it. If you love it, then you show to put an apple watch on it. With control on it. That afternoon or whatever it would have been like your heart is going crazy. You need to go to the doctor, right. You know, like it would have told him something, you know, like I so, I mean, we'll find my my father. Talking father stories a year ago, my father had heartfelt prepare, and and so it was all successful and everything like that. But you know, it's about as major surgery as you get. And so he didn't feel so good and you know, had to keep going to the doctors, you know? I mean, this is just regular starve. And one of the problems was that when he didn't feel good was never when he was at the doctor. Right. So so this was this was a last July June two, two years ago in July. And so in January twenty eight twenty eighteen when the cardia bands came out or December, I guess it's twenty seventeen. We got McCarty Aban which is apple was going on about this is the first FDA blah, blah, blah. No. The cardio van did this in in December January, and you know, and you could. You could put your finger on it, and it would give you an e sage l. and he c g and it was interesting and he did it and he wore for a while..
Controversial comeback for Atlantic bluefin tuna
"I caught expediencies a tune appears to be slowly recovering the Atlantic Ocean prompting, fishermen to seek bigger commercial catch quotas and environmentalists to call for a. More conservative approach Atlantic bluefin tuna is one of the most recognizable fish in the Atlantic. And is prized by. Anglers in the sushi industry the fish can weigh one thousand pounds and is listed as in danger by the international, union for conservation of nature a spokesman for the National, Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says international regulators have decided to increase the catch quota for US fishermen by nearly four. Hundred thousand, pounds this year he says conservative management appears to be helping the fish recover from. Years of overfishing environmental groups fear increasing the quarter could, undo years. Of conservation, work
'Sea lice' irritate swimmers at Atlantic beaches with itching and rashes
"WMA l.. I'm Jim Bartow Aban suspected in a fatal shooting, in Delaware earlier this summer has been formerly charged after his extradition from Washington DC the news journal reports forty two year old Timothy Stafford faces first degree murder and firearms charges and the June twenty, second killing, a forty, one, year old Sylvester Lee of. Clayton police have said and argument preceded, the shooting at an apartment complex in Dover. The US marshals fugitive task force arrested saffir in. July in Washington Outbreak of. Sea lice as being reported on one east
Senator Chuck Schumer, Steve Burns and Joe discussed on WCBS Programming
"Sports, game three, of the Yanks met, subway series, rained out and rescheduled for August thirteenth light rain now seventy four, degrees on this Sunday July twenty second good evening I'm Maria Garcia, WCBS news time eleven thirty one some of the people who had to flee their homes after Thursday steam pipe explosion in Manhattan have now been allowed to return to their buildings the mayor's office giving the. All clear for half dozen buildings today. Saying they are now safe officials have been working, all weekend to clean them up of asbestos and other chemicals the buildings are on west nineteenth street west twenty first street and east twentieth street also twenty, second street has reopened to pedestrian and vehicular traffic A. Big day on the way for gun lovers starting August first Aban is going to be lifted allowing people to prince so-called ghost guns on a three d. printer well as WCBS Steve. Burns reports none of this is sitting well with New York Senator Chuck, Schumer, an, international. Treaty, on gun trafficking in place since, at least twenty ten head. Kept untraceable guns, from being officially, produced now says. Senator Chuck Schumer the Trump administration is making some changes by switching, jurisdiction from the State Department which has been very tough to the Commerce Department. Which has been, very lenient he says the gun lobby's pressuring the administration to allow people to start three d. printing their own guns they have no serial numbers and metal detectors. Can't find them Szuber says because they're, plastic templates are set to be. Released on August first. All you'd have to do is go on Google Function ghost guns and you can get to, these websites they're not hidden they'll be all over the place Schumer's. Dowling to file a Bill to put the band back in place if the Trump administration doesn't do it I think this. Is the. Kind, of build that might get bipartisan support despite the power of the gun lobby because it is so. So so absurd at Grand Central, Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty one person is dead another has been wounded in a shooting at a Mormon church in Fallon Nevada the wounded person was hit in the leg and. Has been hospitalized the accused. Shooter is in police custody about fifty people in the church at the time, of the shooting police say the gunman identified as, forty eight year old John. O'Connor walked in opened fire and then walked home or police got him to surrender the motive not yet. Known Saturday's armed standoff in l. a. with hostages inside a trader Joe's, ended with a woman dead in the store CBS news correspondent. Jamie, Yuccas has more on the suspect gene Atkins who Remains in police custody Atkins is, being held on two million dollars bail as police continue to, investigate here at the trader Joe's it is not clear the employees. Who died was shot by the suspect or by police in the crossfire Police believe that can shot his grandmother seven times and wounded another woman before leading officers on the. Pursuit which ended at the trader Joe's store these seventeen victims of the Missouri duck boat catastrophe remembered today Jim crystalline south western Missouri several hundred came, together at a chapel, on a college. Campus to pray for and remember the seventeen who died and Thursday nights stuck boat accident about five miles away in. This community known for its hospitality, for, all people a sense of shock grief and disbelief it's difficult to find the words to say Justin Carswell is head of. Campus ministry at the, college of, the Ozarks Jim chrysalis CBS news point, lookout Missouri nine of the people who died were part of one, Indiana family online fundraisers have raised more than four hundred thousand dollars so far for victims funeral expenses Major heads up, for, commuters. Starting tomorrow ongoing reconstruction will be causing another summer of hell for riders who rely on the port Washington branch to get to and from queens, every day The new schedule for the line..
1 dead, suspect in custody after shooting at Mormon church
"Printers in sports game three of the, Yanks met subway theories rained out still raining right now seventy four degrees on this Sunday July twenty second good, evening Maria Garcia WBZ news time nine thirty one some of the people who had to flee their homes after, Thursday steam pipe explosion in Manhattan have now been allowed to return. To their buildings the mayor's office giving the all clear for half a dozen buildings today saying they are now. Safe officials have been working all weekend to clean up the buildings are on, west nineteenth street west twenty first street. And east twentieth street also twenty second street has, reopened to pedestrian and the Hickey traffic a big day on the way for gun lovers starting August first Aban will Will be lifted allowing people to print so-called ghost guns on a three d.. Printer well as WCBS Steve burns reports none of this is sitting well with New York Senator Chuck Schumer. An international treaty on gun, trafficking in, place since at, least twenty ten. Head kept untraceable guns for being officially produced now says Senator Chuck, Schumer the Trump administration is making some changes by switching jurisdiction from the State. Department which has, been very tough to the Commerce Department which has been very lenient he says. The gun lobby's pressuring the administration to allow people to. Start three d. printing their own guns, they have no serial numbers and. Metal detectors can't find. Them Schumer says because they're plastic templates are set to be released on August first all you'd have to. Do is. Go on Google Punching ghost guns and you can get to these websites they're not hidden they'll be all over the place, Schumer's vowing to file a Bill to put the band back in place. If the Trump administration doesn't do it I think this is the kind of build that might get bipartisan support despite the power of the gun lobby because it. Is so so so absurd at, Grand Central Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty one person is dead another has been wounded in a shooting at a Mormon church in Fallon Nevada the wounded person was hit in the. Leg and has been hospitalized. The accused gunman is in custody about fifty people were in the church at, the time of the shooting police say the gunman, 48-year-old John O'Connor walked in. Opened fire and then walked home where police got him to surrender the motive not known so far Saturday's. Armed standoff in l. a. with hostages inside of a trader Joe's ended, with one woman dead inside the store CBS news correspondent Jamie. Yuccas, has more on the suspect gene Atkins who remain In police custody Atkins is being held onto million dollars bail as police continue, to investigate here at the trader Joe's it is not clear if the. Employees who died was shot by the suspect or by police in the crossfire Police believe Atkins shot his grandmother seven times and wounded another woman allegedly his girlfriend before leading officers. On a pursuit which ended at the trader Joe's store these victims of the Missouri duck boat disaster remember today Jim crystalline southwestern Missouri several hundred, came together at a, chapel, on, a college campus to pray for and remember. The seventeen who died and Thursday nights duck boat accident about five miles. Away in this community known for, its. Hospitality for all people a sense of shock grief disbelief it's. Difficult to find the words to say Justin Carswell is. Head of campus ministry, at the, college of the Ozarks Jim chrysalis, CBS news point lookout. Missouri nine of the people who died were part of one family online fundraisers have raised more than four hundred thousand dollars so far for victims. Funeral expenses A major heads up for allied double are commuters starting tomorrow, ongoing reconstruction will be causing another summer of how for writers who. Rely on the eligible our port Washington line to, get to and from queens every day the new schedule for the line includes the cancellation of six weekday trains three in each direction and, also.
"aban" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"In december of nineteen thirty three so that that's what that's interesting right but that may be not would wouldn't have gone over so well do you think much about about words i mean i mean you think about words obviously because that's one of the strengths of your son right i'm gonna play something yours but like when you're little and stuff is that something that you listen for people who are one or the other kind of like the first thing they dig into might be the words and i tend to be one of those people it wouldn't be an asong an song like that or yeah i wouldn't been were i mean it's just a catchy ten i was just a fan of whatever was coming out and just you know it's a static to me to think about radio and having your pastes kinda dictated to you in in a stronger in a you know where there's sort of a limited that radio is where you got everything or maybe on american band and stand and later late night tv was a big deal the bands that play on saturday night live not be psyched turning point for you where like on the radio or from a friend his there's some song thing or event that happened you that pulled you away from the pop and into a whole nother world that you know you're benching it was still pop but i would say around for better or worse aban like kiss was still a pop band but that was one where i started to kind of identify with the band outs of just what was being dictated to me by the culture i mean it was also being dictated to me 'cause everywhere kiss was everywhere but you know that's where me and my cohorts were like we like this band you know these guys they got it you know pick me on this is what is happening so well the first hour my bottom fortunately in a way it was hotter than hell so you could end it had on the back cover it has the guys with some foam some like bubble bath and some women and it just looked very disgusting you know but.
Vladimir Putin inaugurated as President of Russia for 4th term
"And jean lopez among multiple defendants accused of sexual assault on female athletes over two decades and just as his victims accuse larry nassar's colleagues of ignoring complaints about the pedophile sports doctors abused this law suit names the us olympic committee and usa taekwondo as codefendants among other things both bodies allegedly continued to allow suspect coaches and athletes to take international trips with young women and girls vicki barker cbs news there's now a call for the food and drug administration aban e cigarette flavors geared toward kids new york senator chuck schumer says the fda now needs to step up and enforce the rules on its own books law on the books that prevents fund flavored e cigarettes from being sold there's already i don't have to pass a law it's been done just like it was for cigarettes but no one is enforcing the law schumer is also citing a study by the cdc that is warning teens and children are now increasingly using e cigarettes wbz news time eleven forty it might sound like a coronation but it's actually the music that was played at the inauguration a russian president vladimir putin this is his first term today putin is seen in russia as a wise ruler who doesn't go solving issues at hand but sets a course and then appoints talented young people to implement that course there is also now a proputin group and russia that uses his face as a commercial opportunity they call it though putin brand wbz news time eleven forty one we turn switch gears now to sports the bruins season came to a very well disappointing and yesterday down in tampa with a five game series loss to the lightning however the celtics can ensure there's at least a couple more weeks of playoff basketball around here with a win tonight in philadelphia sees can sweep the sixers in game four tip off at six it's an off day for the red sox by wbz's adam kaufman has injuries on the brain let's go now onto the as hticket dot com sports studio red sox won their third straight yesterday six one in texas camp before game series and improved to a baseball best twenty five and.