35 Burst results for "About Six Hours"

Outage highlights how vital Facebook has become worldwide

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Outage highlights how vital Facebook has become worldwide

"The six hour outage at Facebook Instagram and what's app highlights how vital it has become a worldwide whats app is the most widely used app in Brazil offices various services and even the courts had trouble making appointments in Haiti many of the countries more than eleven million people depend on what's app to alert one another about gang violence in certain neighborhoods or to talk to relatives in the US Haitian migrants traveling to the U. S. rely on what's app to find each other or share key information such as safe places to sleep Sarah Murdoch runs a small Seattle based travel company adventures with Sarah and relies on Facebook live videos to promote her chores she estimates the breakdown Koster thousands of dollars in bookings I bet Donahue

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Facebook Mysteriously Went Down After Whistleblower Went Public... Coincidence?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | Last month

Facebook Mysteriously Went Down After Whistleblower Went Public... Coincidence?

"Facebook was down for yesterday. Y well they said that it was an internal system error but was it to try and reset the company and reset their coding. One man jason wrote on facebook of all places he said. What sort of content is facebook now being challenged to regulate more hate speech. Divisive political content conspiracies. Of course anything. That stands in the way of their agenda and why for facebook's own financial gain because they're antitrust agenda must remain so the whistle blower has now come out and just endorsed more censorship for the good of children while also preserving antitrust. So how do you make such a massive algorithm ick chain across the entire site to censor more maybe install a new algorithm and reboot the entire system for five or six hours and yet the following day as the whistle blower goes in front of congress. They reset the entire thing now. Maybe it's just kind of a system boot. They don't know what they're doing but we posted something on instagram. Yesterday that had come to the worst engagement we have ever seen any post ever are. We now been blacklist. I don't know. I'm just saying it was so bad connor right. It was unbelievable. I looked at it this morning and it was a good post and it was just completely obliterated now. Maybe it's just some sort of functional error. Whatever and it's very strange to the facebook configuration effected telegram. At and t. And verizon and facebook has now said that the major outage was due to configuration changes so they were reconfiguring things yesterday. to what extent are they harmonizing. With this whistle blower is this whistleblower real whistleblower or is this someone that has been sent out to try to create a narrative that will actually benefit the tech

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The Facebook Whistleblower Is a Pro-Censorship Czar

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

The Facebook Whistleblower Is a Pro-Censorship Czar

"I turned to. Cbs to see what was on. And it was this. Facebook whistle blower found the whole thing to be really strange very staged very scripted. And so you have this whistle blower going on sixty minutes and said okay. This doesn't seem right just the way she was answering questions it was she kept on saying i want what's best for the company wants what's best for facebook and i think they're getting in their own way. So that's strange whistle blower the keeps on saying that you actually want what's best for the company that's kind of a weird way to frame it and so then today all of a sudden the whistle blowers in front of congress. That happened quickly. So you go from sixty minutes to congress and forty eight hours thirty six hours not even who put all that together. Is there a democrat staffer. That wants her to go in front of congress and so this woman who is testifying francis how gin. She's a thirty seven year old former facebook product manager who worked on the civic integrity issues at the company. Now mind you yesterday. Facebook was down mysteriously for five or six hours. And there is a theory out there. And i just want to reiterate it unsubstantiated and purely conjecture purely speculative that all of this is tied together that there might have been some sort of algorithm ix system reset within facebook which is why facebook went down for five hours yesterday. Why none of the people in charge of facebook seemed that confused or irritated when facebook went down. Purely unsubstantiated and speculative but it's interesting and it would make sense in a certain particular theory of analysis so francis hogan gets in front of facebook and she says something repeatedly look in order to save facebook from the children in order to save facebook or save children from facebook. We need more government regulation to monitor the political discourse on facebook so basically she is a pro censorship.

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Why Facebook and Instagram Went Down for Hours on Monday

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last month

Why Facebook and Instagram Went Down for Hours on Monday

"Hear facebook and instagram was down for six hours yesterday to the millions and millions of people dependent on social media. I'm so sorry that happened to you. Had to be miserable day. It'll what you know. What it was for me was monday. Because i don't spend any time on any of that crap. I just don't do it. Can't stand it and the explanation about why facebook and instagram down for six or eight hours. Not a very good one something about the servers. They were transferring servers. Or what get a whole lot of confidence that the entire platforms were down for a day because you had some server maintenance issues or something didn't doesn't seem to stable to me that again. Nothing seems very stable to me anymore.

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 Records show slow response to report of California oil spill

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Records show slow response to report of California oil spill

"Records show a slow response to a report of a possible oil spill off the southern California coast oil spill reports reviewed by the Associated Press raise questions about the coast guard's response as well as how quickly amplify energy the company operating the pipeline reported a major leak in the pipeline the Coast Guard says it was not notified of the disaster until Saturday morning the record shell it's hazardous spill response hotline received the first report of a possible oil slick Friday evening reports say the Coast Guard found out more than twelve hours before amplify energy first reported the spill to the Coast Guard Saturday morning and that was more than six hours after the incident occurred federal and state authorities require rapid reporting of a spill failure to do so is resulting in criminal prosecutions in the past I'm

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Texas Needs to Create a Confrontation With the Federal Government Over Border Crisis

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Texas Needs to Create a Confrontation With the Federal Government Over Border Crisis

"More complaining about to joe biden. And we know who he is. He is not the president of this country. He has some sort of aims ambitions to china or central america. We've gone into that many different times instead. We need to be solution-oriented. I do not like the politics of complaining. Now if you live in california. I get it. Texas is not california texas hill country. They'll secure the border. The good folks in fredericksburg texas. They won't put up with this at all. We also have to stop caring with the left and the media says about us to relevant play. Cut fifty two. But we want to show you why this camp got so big in the first place at swelled the fifteen thousand saturday morning hundreds of migrants at a time just streaming in from sudani kunia walking across the river and just illegally entering the united states without any resistance from our federal government whatsoever. They crowded on the shore and huge masses. We watched it for five six hours straight thousands coming in and eventually the only thing that stopped it was the state of texas and they literally formed kind of a wall if you will with their patrol vehicles and they stemmed the flow. They formed a wall and they stemmed the flow. Of course there's zero resistance from federal authorities. Federal authorities are under orders from the president to allow an open border society. And this really does open the question. And i've asked this question for the last couple months. And i think we're finally seeing an issue that is exposing how republicans are under prepared to deal with the actual crisis. That's happening in america. Which is how much power to the states. Actually have the federal government postures. They flex their muscles but we saw under the trump administration that the federal government backed down when sanctuary state and sanctuary city measures were passed in seattle in portland and san francisco. Los angeles what texas needs to do is create a confrontation with the federal government and the federal government will back down. Texas is the perfect place to test this out.

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Children Should Not Have Access to Smartphones

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Children Should Not Have Access to Smartphones

"A lot of the kids that were like twelve and thirteen. I said how many of you have phones and every hand went up. That's really bad. I'll be honest with you guys. No person should have a phone until they're eighteen. If that and i'm not trying to make you feel bad but i grew up without one and it was one of the greatest gifts from god that i grew up without a smartphone. Like this this weird creepy window into talk controlling your children. It's easy to give your child phone because it keeps them entertained. And you don't actually have to worry about what they're doing half the time i asked them i said. How long do you guys spend on your phone like six hours seven hours. I said you guys should smash your phones. I'm not kidding. And i'm happy to get into. This is how i think. Technology has really played a role. I had a reporter once. They say you're anti technology. Yeah okay sure yeah. I mean in my anti smartphone. I mean i'm anti what what what it's made us. Be calm of course. And we know so little about the neuroscience of what this does to our interpersonal relationships to spiritual development to mental health and so challenged them provocatively league because it gets young people's attention because we're in competing for attention with students because they're on talk all the time in which is disastrous chinese by operation. That has mind. It's true that has mind all your children's data and they all have it. I asked them and they're like oh. Yeah we use it on my gosh and yeah i just told him i said get off the phone and start living in the real

Ep 142: How Kindness and Community Empower Todays Nonprofit Leaders (with guest John Hoffman) - test

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:59 min | 2 months ago

Ep 142: How Kindness and Community Empower Todays Nonprofit Leaders (with guest John Hoffman) - test

"Came to twenty twenty one kind of annoyed annoyed that nonprofit leaders and their remarkable heroics in twenty twenty didn't get the spotlight or the recognition. They deserved we all fussed. In twenty twenty about the dearth of leadership in our society. I think folks just looking in the wrong place overlooking leaders around this country who educate advocate feed the hungry provides shelter bring beauty through the arts lead congregations to help us keep the faith all of these people right here in front of our eyes. I see it every day and it makes me kind of angry that others don't or worse still. We talked about staff board. Volunteers of these nonprofits the backbone of our society we talk about these people as nice. Nice really rubs me the wrong way. It feels really pass to me now. Kindness is a word. I can brace but i don't know that i had ever spent that much time thinking about the distinction between the two until i watched a documentary on amazon prime the film. The antidote offered me an aha moment. And i just love a good moment is i learned that the reason i embrace the word kindness is that implies action it requires commitment and in this documentary. We see through stories. Beautifully told by my friend and six time emmy winner. John hoffman the kindness. M- may be thought of as something gentle but it has real strength. John says that kindness is a weapon for change. One of the heroes. He's spotlights in the film. Says quote kindness is a practice. Kindness is a stance end quote. And so today. I want you to meet my friend and john. He and i both know this to be true. Kindness may not be the ultimate antidote. And it's not actually something special you can drop into any community at any time and find it blossoming and you'll find those leaders who are practicing it every day. John's journey developing idea and bringing it to life is as instructive and as inspiring is the film. What's up. I feel lucky. Indeed to be able to introduce you to my friend. John and grateful that he's game to share his story with you. Greetings welcome to nonprofits her messy. I'm your host joan. Gary founder the nonprofit leadership lab where we help smaller nonprofits thrive. I'm also a strategic advisor for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote. Speaker blogger an author on all things leadership and management learn. More at joan gary dot com. I'm a one with a mission to fuel. The leadership of the nonprofit sector my goal with each episode is to dig deep into an issue. I know the nonprofit leaders are grappling with finding just the right person to offer you advice and insights. Today is no exception. John hoffman is a six time emmy award winning filmmaker whose most recent films include rancher farmer fisherman which premiered at the sundance film festival in january twenty seventeen and out of many one which premiered at the new york film festival followed by net flex in two thousand eighteen much. John's work as a filmmaker has focused on the key. Health issues of our time including the weight of the nation addiction and the alzheimer's project all on. Hbo and i in human on discovery. A six hour series set in the world's largest research hospital. The nih is building ten. In addition to making films. John has also been a network executive. He was the adp of docs specials for discovery. From twenty fifteen to two thousand eighteen and After nearly two decades as vp of documentary programming at hbo not in john's by is that he was instrumental. In persuading me that i needed to leave corporate america and become a nonprofit executive director. He may take some degree of pride in that. But it is far exceeded by the gratitude. I feel for what became a complete personal and professional transformation for me so john welcome and i am just not sure i can ever repay you for the art of press. Suasion was on display during a lovely brunch at our home so many years ago. Hi john john really wonderful to be with you. I am so out of you and all that you have accomplished in the time that we've known each other But the the tremendous evolution of your sort of career. You're you're on understanding end leadership in the not so My hat to you for all. You're doing that seems. Seems like you go have a piece of my hat. So so let's pick up your story about the making of this film from the point at which you and your team became kind of hyper focused on this world kindness and how you might explore it in a documentary. I guess you kinda define it. I why don't you tell us about the process. Well in in the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen but bearing much In i was Very disturbed as so. Many people were by the growing distance in the country. An outright hatred that was expressed in so many ways in the country and i had the incredible good fortune of having a relationship with A nonprofit health system called dignity health. They had funded in a very generous way some public health that i was doing when i left. Hvo when i created a nonprofit media company called the topic good projects and i was with the ceo of dignity house and their model is hello human kindness and i was having a very interesting conversation with him and senior leadership about the strong commitment as a nonprofit helped brighter kindness and our authentic was and i said would you ever consider doing the documentary becomes and lighting and that led to were conversation and eventually led just on that word to them giving principal funding for what became the antidote total editorial control. It was literally confidence in me to make a film on that. Were not a big risk now. Really not big risks. And so i put together a small team. I found a remarkable co director cooperman. Who was nominated for the kennedy award for short film. She did hojo's violin. Beautiful beautiful short documentary and we started on jer. We read everything we could about compassionate empathy decency putt from art and poetry in economics and political theory and evolution. We found absorbs so much and we quickly came to the realization that the world does not need any more exploration random next is that there's so many media platforms that on. Social media is love stories of random acts. We

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Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

Ali on the Run Show

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

"This week's guest on the show is a woman named deirdre keane. She was just featured on humans of new york and the running community was so excited. We were like a runner on humans of new york and her next big goal is that world marathon challenge any advice for her she signed. She's doing it like she has signed up. she's good. She's doing it next year if she's listening to this any advice for her well for me. It's like anything else before you can make a commitment like that. You have to earn the right to do it than what you can't do it on a buyer room that it's it's gonna come back to bite you so you have to do the work and i knew i could do the work. I been there before in terms of running that many miles consecutively day to day to day to day when i was wanted to fifty miles every single day for almost eighty consecutive days. So what's the big deal running twenty six miles for seven days in a row but the big deal is the fact attorney seven continents and so for me. It was more about not as much the training. 'cause that was a given but it was about the rat race in between and it was about sleep deprivation. It was about nutrition while flying was about recovery at thirty five thousand feet no sitting in a seat for twelve hours you know and then get often go run another marathon so trying to figure that all out it was about the weather. Temperatures in climates that we were in antarctica and it was whatever ten degrees and then back plane six hours later. You're in south. Africa running at eighty five degrees and your body's calling. Yeah not a lot of time to acclimate gave. You gotta figure that all out in advance. i mean i think anyone who serious about it does the training. I mean the running. I don't mean to be little it. It wasn't easy. I'm not saying disease but it was probably the less challenge in part of the overall experience for me was the running. When i was running. I was like thank god. I'm running like dumb. Does fly in done with this craziness. get employed. We get my luggage and all that stuff on buses and everything. I'm out here in the moment. Doing what i loved to do in impediment was like that was the calm. That was almost the easy pot. The running

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Why Are the Numbers Changing of Americans Stranded in Afghanistan?

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Why Are the Numbers Changing of Americans Stranded in Afghanistan?

"Let's go to cut. Eight Go. Now we believe that about 100 to 200 Americans remain in Afghanistan. Okay, now, how can that be that? We believe 100 to 200. That's a big difference. 102 100, isn't it? Ladies and gentlemen. And how did we get 102 100. Six hours ago was 250. Few hours before that, it was 1500. Where these numbers coming from. They're trying to reduce the numbers. They're trying to dumb down the humanity involved in all the gulf citizens. Not my star. Yeah. Okay, well, all right, screw it, then. Go ahead. With some intention to leave. Most of those were Wait a minute. We have 100 to 2 under Americans with some intentional Do you understand, folks? What's going on. This is this is the worst kind of Shameless propaganda. There's 102 100 left with some intentionally. Nobody among them says Get me the hell out of here. I have no intention to stay now. You know, this is a lie. We've heard the cries and the voices If

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Biden Warns Another Militant Attack in Afghanistan Is Highly Likely

NPR News Now

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Biden Warns Another Militant Attack in Afghanistan Is Highly Likely

"Biden says the risk of another attack on us troops at the kabul airport remains extremely high. The military continues evacuation of americans at risk afghans until the final troops depart. Here's npr's greg. Murray president biden said in a statement. Saturday that quote. Our commanders informed me that an attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours. He also said the. Us would continue to target isis k the group behind the suicide bombing at the airport a us drone strike killed two members of the group and wounded a third at the pentagon spokesman. John kirby said the military was pressing ahead with evacuation flights. Nothing has changed about the time line for us and we will do this as safe in an orderly way as possible and that includes being able to continue to evacuate right up until the end the. Us mission is scheduled to in tuesday greg mary. Npr news washington. A pentagon said this weekend more than one hundred seventeen thousand people including fifty four hundred. Americans have been blown out of afghanistan so

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Attack on Kabul Airport ‘Highly Likely’ in Coming Hours: Biden

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Attack on Kabul Airport ‘Highly Likely’ in Coming Hours: Biden

"President biden says the risk of another attack on us troops at the kabul airport remains extremely high. The military continues evacuation of americans at risk afghans until the final troops depart. Here's npr's greg. Murray president biden said in a statement. Saturday that quote. Our commanders informed me that an attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours. He also said the. Us would continue to target isis k the group behind the suicide bombing at the airport a us drone strike killed two members of the group and wounded a third at the pentagon spokesman. John kirby said the military was pressing ahead with evacuation flights. Nothing has changed about the time line for us and we will do this as safe in an orderly way as possible and that includes being able to continue to evacuate right up until the end the. Us mission is scheduled to in

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Biden: New Attack Against U.S. Forces in Kabul 'Highly Likely'

NBC Nightly News

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Biden: New Attack Against U.S. Forces in Kabul 'Highly Likely'

"To. The latest developments in afghanistan and president bides new warning that another ice. It's attack could happen there as soon as tomorrow. Alley mattel has late details. President joe biden warning that another terror attack in afghanistan is imminent the president in a statement. Saturday echoing warnings given to him by top. Us commanders that an attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours but they assured him they have all the authorities resources and plans to protect our men and women on the ground this after making good on his earlier. Promise for revenge we will hunt you down. Make you pay a us. Drone strike killed two high profile isis k. members and wounded one other according to the pentagon who described them as planners and facilitators of possible future attacks. The fact that two of these individuals are no law long longer. Walk in on the face of the earth. That's a good thing. Mr biden vowing today. This strike was not the last. But defense officials were tight-lipped on if these targets were involved in thursday's attack at the kabul airport and guarded about the strikes specific impact on isis capabilities. We aren't thinking for a minute that what happened yesterday gets us into clear. Not a minute. The us didn't alert any other countries to the strike beforehand including the taliban the taliban condemning the us attack calling it a direct violation of the sovereignty of our country meanwhile us forces hustling to evacuate personnel with the august thirty first deadline. Less than sixty hours away

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Biden warns of more attacks as military begins final pullout

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Biden warns of more attacks as military begins final pullout

"President Biden says a retaliatory drone strike he ordered will not be his last response to the Islamic state group affiliate in Afghanistan the deadly attack against US troops and Afghan civilians near the Kabul airport I'm been Thomas with the latest in a statement president Biden says we will continue to hunt down any person involved in that heinous attack and make them pay the president discussed the situation with top military commander Saturday and they told him another attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says well the U. S. drone strike killed two ISIS K. planners and facilitators the security threat remains very real make no mistake and nobody's writing this off and saying well we got them so we don't have to worry about ISIS K. anymore not the case Major General Hank Taylor of the joint staff ads without specifying any future plans I will say that we will continue to have the ability to defend ourselves into a leverage over the horizon capability to conduct counterterrorism operations as needed Ben Thomas Washington

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"about six hours" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"about six hours" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Charted find that's where I want to hear every time we bring in Katy, Ella's Tech reporter rich tomorrow. That's what I want to hear Tyler like that. All right, So, of course, you can check out his website rich on rich on tech. That TV. That is, if I could speak up in Washington and for Bill handle, all right. Where do you want to guard when you want to go to the, uh, the new car the genesis is making that could have, uh, wireless chargers. That's cool for people like me who have multiple phones. Tell me more about that. Yeah, This is kind of interesting. Well, this is going to charge the car itself, and this is the first of its kind. This is the Genesis G V 60. Green car reports says that they're working with this company called Why Tress Itty. And it will be the first wirelessly charging electric car and so Kelvin like you alluded to with your smartphones if you've charged them on a wireless charger, this is kind of the same idea. You put this wireless charging pad in your garage on the floor. You pull the car over it. It beeps when it's you know when you should stop and it's correctly aligned. And now your car charges. They say it's gonna take about six hours to fully charge the car. Um, typically with smartphones, Wireless charging is slower but doing some research with white tress itty. They believe that they can do it just as fast as plugging in. Of course, we'll have to see All right. Well, I haven't. I haven't gone fully electric yet. Uh, well, I'm far from it. I should say, but I definitely I'm considering it. Uh and I'm considering a car. I don't know the test. But I'm a little worried about that. If they're all these, uh, autonomous and how these cars are trying people trying to drive by themselves in their crashing that's a story for another day Rich. Let's continue with something. Now that Pfizer biontech have the FDA approval. We know vaccination in any expectations of those being vaccinated and mandates are only going to increase. More restaurants may do that. Hey, if you want to dine here, you have to be vaccinated. You want to come in this restaurant? You have to be vaccinated now open table and clear, which is a security company Security identity company. They're partnering offer ways for those who want to go to these places to be able to have the vaccination scene and kind of already known their status known. Tell us more about this. Yes. So this is clear. You know you might know them as the company at the airport that helps you bypass the security lines and go right to the front. Well, they have a feature inside their app. That's basically a digital vaccine card. And so now they're working with open table to.

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US Tells Citizens to Avoid Kabul Airport Amid Security Fears

The World and Everything In It

01:26 min | 3 months ago

US Tells Citizens to Avoid Kabul Airport Amid Security Fears

"Terror threats from isis are forcing the us military to develop new ways to get evacuees out of kabul president biden address the crisis in afghanistan from the white house on sunday. We know that terrorists may seek to exploit the situation and target innocent. Afghans or american troops are maintaining constant vigilance. Tomorrow we're maintain the concept is to monitor and disrupt threats from any source the us embassy in kabul issued. A new security warning on saturday telling you us. Citizens not to travel to the kabul airport without individual guidance from the us government and the british military reported on sunday that at least seven. Afghans died in a panicked crush of people trying to enter the airport. Thousands are still trying to flee the country in a chaotic exodus. Pentagon spokesman. John kirby told reporters over the weekend. You've seen the images over the last twenty four to forty hours Yourself of The situation outside the perimeter of the airport and it changes it changes almost by the hour and changes in locations around the airport. It's very very fluid and dynamic. President biden says despite the chaos. Evacuations are picking up pace. He said sunday that. Us allied troops have airlifted. Eleven thousand people out of kabul and a thirty six hour period. The pentagon on sunday ordered six. Us commercial airlines to help move. Evacuees from temporary sites outside of aghanistan

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Senator McConnell on the U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Senator McConnell on the U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

"You've known president by a longtime leader mcconnell. Has he reached out to you since the collapse in kabul and the catastrophe that followed began ninety six hours ago. I haven't heard from him He's got better things to do than to call me needs to figure out how to handle this evacuation They may have finally secure there for you. We have reports from people all over the country having difficulty getting to the airport. Being harassed and class award is reporting that that is breaking down as well outside of the airport as we speak you. Also former colleague with the vice president She called you. I mean you're the leader of half the senate you've been there for forty plus years. I would think that it would be routine for the president the vice president to reach out to the senior republican america. Well no but look. This is bigger than just Any of us getting offended because we haven't been called. I know what what what's going on here. This is a colossal mistake You know you. I'm somebody who believes that the light touch deployment we had in. Afghanistan was actually working We didn't have the single One of our military personnel killed in combat in the last year The the lead was highly on Al qaeda was not back into the country. We've probably spent more money on this evacuation effort already than we were spending on an annual basis. Which by the way was about one percent of the defense budget we were. We were spending on this one percent Keep the terrorists over there rather than making it easy for him to come here. I mean it was a policy. That was actually working.

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What the Afghan Government's Collapse Might Mean for the US

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:40 min | 3 months ago

What the Afghan Government's Collapse Might Mean for the US

"Brian westbury. What does collapse of american credibility is complete and catastrophic is. What we've seen over the last ninety six hours due to the economy of the united states and indeed the west you this is it the last time at least in our in our in our in the short are short lifetimes that we look like this was the nineteen seventies and i. It's it's kind of weak policy in a and with weak policy also comes weak economic policy And we ended up with inflation We ended up with With slower growth in the economy we ended up with more unemployment. We ended up with lower growth and standards of living and the only thing that turned it around was reagan in the in the early nineteen eighties when we won't when we invested in defense and became strong again we we raised interest rates and stop just printing money and the ending it out and when we did that. Guess what happened. The economy healed And so you know right now. Were you know things move faster. This is entered net time. it's not like the seventies where it all rolls out over. You know years and years and years. We live internet type today and so things are gonna happen really fast. I don't know how bad have things have to get before america Chooses to fix things. But we're in that process right now. Finding out all over again

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Are Internships Worth It?

Hacking Your Leadership

02:34 min | 3 months ago

Are Internships Worth It?

"Wanna talk about a question that we received on instagram from one of our listeners. They were given an opportunity to do an internship out an organization and it's an organization that they would have loved to actually work for but it wasn't a paid internship was unpaid internship. And they asked about whether or not that would be kind of devaluing themselves to to take that or or whether the the other things that come along with it that kind of do. They outweigh the pay. So first of all have you. Have you worked at engine ship first of all in your life and have you ever had to do anything that you maybe you thought was like in spirit of a greater good but you didn't know whether it was worth. It is a little bit of an interesting concept especially based upon like what is the internship. What's the company. what are you doing for you. Know what is your. What is your intent with the work itself in for a lot of times. The internship really just about gaining experience or building network. Like that's really what it comes down to Especially when it's not paid you know like you're really just trying to get around potentially people or places that you really want to know to be around long term and potentially get a real job in in work for the organization as far as doing extra work and You know doing things kind of beyond a day job absolutely. I i kind of subscribed to that in general that kind of ideas. That if you are if you're lifelong learner if you're motivated by self developments If you're listening to this podcast now guess what that. That's kind of a sign that you are one of those You're probably always looking for little bits and pieces of things If it's a job it's a little bit more of a responsibility or project or something that you can get involved in if it's not at the job and something else that you do on the side so i believe always in finding ways to add value fighting ways to learn things or gain experience Through opportunities present themselves but again. Like that's kind of what i subscribe to and i've also met a lot of people that don't subscribe to that that are just like hey i have a job. I get paid from this time to that time. I do exactly what's outlined in my job description and if the estimate is for me to get this work done in six hours i turn it in at five hours fifty. Nine minutes Because that's what's expected of me. And i moved forward and they just look at you know a job as a job and so you know i i can see both sides of it but i think specific to the to the The internship thing. I think is a lot to talk about their In regards to just that idea of how much are you willing to put an effort into something without either it being your job or without getting paid for

"about six hours" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"about six hours" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Give you all the details. You just get started at John Elway. Chevrolet dot com. This report is sponsored by Wendy's Breakfast Back up in the nineties. Today, low nineties for the front range with lots of sunshine and light wind to go around, and Fox 31 pinpoint weather team meteorologist Kylie Burst Wendy's only serves one kind of breakfast a better one. For a limited time. The sausage egg and Swiss Crescent Bacon, Egg and sister sought and honey butter Chicken biscuit are two for $4 limited time. Only price and participation may vary. At US Wendy's single item at regular Price KR FX HD to Denver Coming up at five after the hour. Listen for your chance to win $1000 on K H O W. Denver Radio. BBC News. I'm Elizabeth Chelsea. The effects of Elsa felt across the state of Florida It was a hurricane for about six hours overnight, but has now been downgraded back to a tropical storm. It's plowing up the Gulf Coast of Florida. Here's a B C's Jim Ryan Elsa thrashes Venice Beach south of Sarasota with 70 Mile an hour winds The flood potential in the storm surge are what concern coastal residents. They said. Go because 23 Ft. So do the best week here. Elsa is the fifth named storm of this Atlantic hurricane season. This is the earliest in the year that storm number five has ever formed. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS Miami BEACH, Haiti's President Juvenal Maui's shot and killed overnight his wife left wounded in the assassination New York City holding a ticker tape parade for healthcare.

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"about six hours" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"about six hours" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"The show this week. Joining us adarsh. Mashru philip sexton mike. Johnston and our hosts. Tom decree all right. I'm gonna tell you stored keep it going. My brother and two friends of ours were going camping one summer weekend at barron river reservoir and after about six hours of that we decided. Let's go to nashville so we got down on printer's alley and We ended up at the george jones. Possum holler now. This guy wasn't playing a game. Ronnie millsaps was playing.

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"about six hours" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"about six hours" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Beat the Kings won 19 1 11 and in college football Scheduling News. Florida and Notre Dame have agreed to a home and home series for the 2031 2032 seasons. Notre Dame will host Florida on November 15th of 2031, with the Gators hosting the Fighting Irish on September 11th of 2032. Two schools only played once in their history is back in the 1992 Sugar Bowl, You can find more sports and access w D win. All right, Thank you. Much cattle for 6 56 crank it up a brand new day, and if you're getting up and getting at him, you know we were joking about the fine that we do have a dense fog advisory in effect for Baron, Gwinnett County's and Southern Hall County. We're seeing some faggot some places, so just be aware of that. But you know, we were taught by that middle fire earlier. Best way to get rid of that. And you know, Caleb was right, he said, get more sleep. And what's the best way to get more sleep? Well, it's not just the hours that you sleep. It's how well you sleep in the bed. Just being in the bed trying to sleep in and of itself doesn't give you the rest. You've got to have a bed that allows you to get the maximum out of your time in bed. The maximum rest possible the recharging if you will, and sleep number, in my opinion, does that because that's what it does for me. Here's what happened yesterday. I left here after I got off a year and I had a bunch of thing. Eggs I needed to take care of. So I took a personal day yesterday and was doing all of that. I didn't get home last night until right around nine. They had to bed till after night. And for me, that's almost an hour later than my regular bedtime. And I gotta tell you I felt beat on with a stick when I got home yesterday, But when I hit that bad Gone. And I only got about six hours sleep last night. But it was greatly matter of fact, my sleep I Q My sleep number last night Firmness of the bed, 55, but my sleep like you this morning. Normally I'm getting when I get my regular amount of sleep. 77 half hours. I'm coming in at 84 to 86. Last night, six hours Sleep. Hit the bed gone like a light as they say out like a light. And my sleep like you this morning came in its 78. So I didn't drop a whole lot..

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"about six hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"about six hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Burn approximately four miles during the course of about six hours count fires bent, Nickel says It's hot, It's dry and there are strong Santa Ana winds. Chief Anthony God's nurse says more than 13,000 homes are threatened. In Santa Rosa alone. A lot of fire coming down the hill, with very heavy winds were impacting structure, so we a lot of resource is in those areas to protect those structures. One woman who evacuated said. It's like God has no sympathy. No empathy for Sonoma County. I'm Ed Donahue, WG and Sports White Sox visit the Oakland A's tomorrow afternoon. And the American League wildcard Siri's The Brigade with Mark Sadowski at one, the first pitch at two with animator and Darrin Jackson on 7 20. W G. N Monday Night Football. The Kansas City Chiefs visit Baltimore kick off in just about 10 minutes from now bears have a new starting quarterback Nick Foles will be under center when they host the cult Sunday. We'll get you back to our extended bears coverage with Hample being caused. Right after news and the W GM forecast we'll see skies gradually clearing tonight becoming partly cloudy by morning Tuesdays High temperature 63 under mostly sunny skies Wednesday, mostly sunny early. It'll be breezy with showers. Developing during the afternoon has a cold front comes through the high temperature reaches 67. But we fall all the way down about 46 degrees by Thursday morning. Thursday's high only 60 with a good chance for rain Friday and Saturday. Mostly sunny, if not partly cloudy highs in the Mid to upper fifties from the Weather Center on W. G. N meteorologist. Dimitrius Ivory. He's Sunday a slight chance for rain from the Weather Center on W. G. N meteorologist. Dimitrius Ivor van on Vic Vaughn on Chicago's Very own. 7 20 w G. N I'll protect yourself and your loved ones with Walgreen's Get your free flu shot with most insurance plus, get a $5 coupon ofthe same day. Purchases of £20 Defend your crew against not valid in Arkansas.

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"about six hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"about six hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Are people who have occupied the area hi my understanding is they've actually changed the name to the Capitol Hill occupied protest area we there are a lot of folks there are a lot of differing objectives and agendas and of people who have congregated into the area one of our real challenges there is trying to determine who is the leader of one influencer and that seems to change daily I know that many of our city officials and others are trying to establish some sort of communication with someone who can give us some direction about what the intent is and how we might move forward commissioner Kerik the precinct and is in trouble finding out what leader to negotiate to get our precinct back what is but here's what's going on I swear what I believe senator Bob sink in okay this sounds like a coronation a terrorist group is taking over an embassy in a foreign country and we're trying to build a network of communications in the grocery the release of whoever's in there that's the obscene absurd that's the most absurd statement from a public official I purchased and I he criticized the police for the troops thanks in eighty I don't give a damn what your intent is I don't care what they are to win there I don't care what they want I don't care what they think they deserve they're violating the law during cringing on other people's human rights civil rights constitutional rights they should be arrested and they should be Scott you need to do there what we did in New York City with the occupy Wall Street group maybe I can send Joe Esposito the chief of the NYPD's back then I could send about here you'll stroll now it's done it gets done in about six hours yes hello the move and disperse if they don't get a lock box and you put every bit of that garbage they put there throw in the garbage and it's over commissioner I hate to tell yet but you wouldn't be able to do that if you majored in last year and their layers not letting them listen I agree I agree but here's here's what people have to but here's what people have to think about politically we have elections coming up you have to really have to start thinking are these the people you want to charge your cities are these the people that you want to pick the margins hello guys in your communities and deliveries in the cops are these the people that you want to charge that's gonna basically all up in your communities insanity is that what you want to live in well then you better make sure that the second amendment is intact through all of this leads to the same people that want to take the second amendment well to tell what the police but they have a on the campus of guys out there with a keep a the they are fifteens like really I mean Americans better wake up because this is coming to your doorstep if you will do something about it the only way to do it listen in New York City in tattered doorstep it's it's right here and this whole movement the Democrats like James Clyburn's mature man he has a a view he knows you can't define the police he hadn't basically really nice things to say and I guess the leader of the congressional black caucus same thing however you cannot you cannot we tape over what other Democrats are saying it will only take a part love I'll the Minneapolis police right now it is corrupt to the core they say here's congresswoman Alexander because he'll Cortez New York at thirty five this movement is doing first and foremost it's important you know and this is directed at city councils and mayors and so you should look to see if your city is having this conversation but first and the and the other question here too is I think I think it's a valid question for people to ask what should be our number one budget priority I don't agency I deserve to be funded more than almost all the others for health care.

"about six hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"about six hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Contradicted section tried on the other side well this was in regards to this company that section at six o'clock in the morning on the eighteenth of December it was cold it was nice it was a long day down the way down to the water below I called around to the stairwell well press the button for the odometer so that I can see how many miles is going to take a drive up north I estimated to take about six hours it was about three hundred miles or thereabouts anyway so this isn't a very clever thing to do put your own system if you have to turn something could happen bad exactly so anyway I pulled my hand away unfortunately there was nothing untoward happened anyway we've got up to the north of England and we went to the funeral and all the the family with that and it will change underlying collision and they said you know what you like to come in for the parliamentary the body well of course my wife and said hold me on my arm and said yes let's go into engine sound I've never seen a dead body before strangely enough I mean none of us forty eight years old and she was lying in the coffin of the size usually about a gun says she's quite petite and she held out her hands full Rome's folded across the chest like in common if you like well one hundred fold and the other on the sums of twisted together to make a squire which must've been part of some sort of cremation initiation of ritual I noticed the look on her face and it was like a home office download smile to it I can upside down U. shape unless something was going in my head all the time it's only apology is only a political body anyway our system is founded anyway so after a few minutes she went into the living room I'm about the family and she had two sons on the slopes on wasn't there I said well if the feds on and they set out this is just over here in a few minutes is just coming from the hospital to the hospital yeah I always watch just had a baby how markets are centrist thing by the way few minutes later they arrive and she comes for state hospital she has had the baby three hours earlier and she left the hospital that day right that moment in that moment how to shower got dressed came over to the house the value of the car a call in the in the in the in the living room which is the wall separated the fallout from the living room with a four inch brick wall so the baby's head which four inches away from the crime of the century with that in the coffin oh my god I was looking at the value based on a foot into the computer so what I can see the family resemblance that because it looks like his grandmother and also it's not strange and I thought nothing of it and was really quiet sitting in his car a combinable never squeaks respecting under I'm speaking for the the.

"about six hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Will be leaving here I think it was about six hours I look as if we were to six hours the prosecutors not fired you're not getting the money son of a **** fire put in place someone who was solid that is a confession to a criminal act did end of story and the Democrats know it in that's why they're going after trump for it the Democrats call us racists because they're racists the Democrats say we don't care about people because they don't care about the that's what they do their best defense is a good offense but there are angels among us and I'll woman honored for fostering more than six hundred children over close to five decades as a foster mom Felicia herring ran a home daycare for local families and worked as a night custodian in a nearby high school that one enough she also volunteered as a first responder for nearly fifty years herring was known by everyone in Johnson County for never turning away a child no matter their age gender or special needs and she would regularly traveled to pick up foster children who needed a home she also had eight kids including three who were foster's one of those children is thirty nine year old Anthony herring it was six months old when he was placed in the herring household when he turned three the herring family officially adopted him he says I appreciate being adopted even more today as a parent than I did when I was a child I'm forever grateful for the life I was given she and dad have both taught me that family isn't determined by blood it's who you have in your life to love tearing past on what she likes to call her foster care trait for her biological children have now foster children and three of them followed their parents footsteps and adopted kids of their own three of her grandchildren foster children as well in October herring had to stop fostering children due to health problems the Johnson County board of supervisors recognized her earlier this month for her work a resolution of appreciation sign rather bored reads lenders philosophy of fostering was if no one can love them or take care of them I will you know you see all these people who spends so much energy Hey you know god bless and there's nothing wrong with it worrying about stray cats stray dogs the post online I just I can't let her street Kenner stray dog I can it's not right I got to be taking care of when do you ever hear anybody say I can't let a child whose parents didn't wanna couldn't keep up I can't let that child suffer you never hear never but there are people.

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"about six hours" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coverage from NPR news I'm Elsa Chang and I'm ari Shapiro a dozen witnesses have testified over five days of public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry of president trump over the next hour we're gonna walk through what we've learned over the last week and a half but we're going to begin with the testimony of the two people who may be the final witnesses in this public phase of the inquiry former top National Security Council official Fiona hill and David Holmes an official from the US embassy in Ukraine who spent about six hours before the committee telling all of them what they knew about president trump's efforts to pressure the Ukrainian president to conduct politically motivated investigations NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis and NPR diplomatic correspondent shall come in are here with us to put the testimony of those two witnesses in the context good to have you both here begin by just drawing a picture of these two witnesses for us because they were both really interesting characters sue you want to begin by telling us about David Holmes who was based in Kiev Stephen Holmes is a late entry into the narrative of the impeachment story he someone we didn't even know about until bill Taylor the acting ambassador over there testified showed up on Capitol Hill in his own testimony and revealed the existence of this aide who worked for him in the embassy in Ukraine who indeed had had firsthand information that was willing to come to the committee he I took part in a phone call that I'm sure we'll get into the details of but he he then came and testified behind closed doors and then testified in public on all the details of the phone call and even though it seemed as though he had just one piece of the puzzle before testimony began he ended up having a lot to say well he's he's a real note taker at it was very low on his his title at the embassy is political counselor at the US embassy it's a job that's meant to kind of keep track of Ukrainian politics so he said I'm not a political appointee he wanted to point out he's a career state department official and career state department official as we've learned throughout these hearings take very copious notes right and the other witness Fiona hill who described herself as an American by choice bring that northern England accent in to the proceedings is somebody who Michelle in your coverage of Russia over the years you've been a diplomatic correspondent you've got to know her very well because she's a Russia expert who's immersed in this yeah she is having that like myself she started studying Russian in the nineteen eighties and has been involved in in Russia ever since then worked a long time at the Brookings Institution at the end of the the bush administration and the beginning of the Obama administration she spent three years in this job on it's the national intelligence officer for Russia so it's the national intelligence council so it she was used as a government analyst on Russian affairs so she really knows this stuff very well and she joined the trump administration because it as I understand it she really felt that after Russia attacked the U. S. in elections in two thousand sixteen she wanted to serve this government to make sure that doesn't happen again and also to repair relations with Russia now she left her post of the National Security Council in mid July kind of in the middle of all when all these events in question were happening do we know why she left her post well she had always said that she was going to only do it for a few years and I a couple of years and she actually went for about two and a half years and she did testify not not in this open hearing but in her deposition that she wanted to get out during the political season that and that was the message you talked about a lot she's not a politician she's not into politics she's a non partisan foreign policy expert which seems to be harder and harder okay got the cast of characters let's get to what they said okay so let's go to David Holmes as soon you mentioned he's narrated the cell phone conversation this now very famous cell phone conversation he overheard in a restaurant in Ukraine it was between Gordon silent at U. N. pastor and president trump let's play a piece of tape for this is how David Holmes remembers the cell phone conversation I heard president trump then clarified investor song was in Ukraine master someone replied yes he was in Ukraine and went on to state since the Lynskey quote loves her **** I dinner president trump ask so he's gonna do the investigation master song replied that he's going to do it adding a presence Lynskey will do anything asking to do why was this particular piece of testimony so important to Democrats why did the race to bring in David homes at the last minute in this public face of the inquiry well one of the lines of defense from the White House and Republicans on Capitol Hill is much of the accusations around the president involved what they consider hearsay people who inferred things to presume things you didn't you weren't inside the president's head new things secondhand or third hand it was not a friendly understanding and homes testified that he heard the president himself it put the president's square in the middle the middle of the action in the decision making enquiring about these investigations and getting assurances that they would take place but to be fair Holmes never over her present from say are they gonna do the investigations in exchange for a meeting at the White House once it's over her the first part of the alleged quid pro quo that Democrats say happened right are you are they going to do the investigations of the quote right and corn someone who was not as Kobe is a note taker did not remember the explicit details of that call you also testified but he said he did not dispute Mr Holmes is account issue you mentioned Gordon someone who in his testimony said look I wasn't doing an irregular line of diplomacy on Ukraine everybody who needed to know about it knew about it and yet Fiona hill was doing a line of diplomacy they didn't match what Saddam was doing so here's how she clarified how she saw the two running parallel to each other it struck me one yesterday when you put up on the screen ambassador someone's emails on who was all these emails and he said these the people need to know that he was absolutely right because he was being involved in a domestic political errant and we were being involved in national security foreign policy on those two things have just a virtuous shell was interesting to see lawmakers appear to try to bait Fiona hill into attacking Sunland and instead her responses no I get you you were just doing something different you're doing something domestic it politically motivated and and I think that moment really captured what we're talking about here I mean US policy to Ukraine was to help it push back against Russian aggression but president trump and his private lawyer Rudy guiliani wanted something else from Ukraine they wanted these investigations that could help trump politically we know from some lines that he said he was working on that at the direction of the president he said he had these contacts with the president so he didn't need to keep Fiona hill and others it was one of the few people who could get the president on the cellphone seemingly whenever he wanted to write and and she was annoyed by the fact that he was cutting her out but in fact after hearing all of his testimony she was said well he was right because they were doing that running a political Erin for the president and people like Fiona hill and a lot of others who we've heard from no that that was wrong speaking that political errand going back to David Holmes the other witness he was also privy to a direct conversation he had with Gordon Sunland himself when he was asked accordance online about what does what does president from think about Ukraine let's let's listen to Dave Holmes describe that conversation in particular I asked about her silence if it was true that the president did not give a expletive about Ukraine bass or strongly agreed the president did not give an expletive about Ukraine I asked why not investors on the status of the present only cares about big stuff I noted there was big stuff going on you in Ukraine like a war with Russia ambassador Simon replied that he meant big stuff the benefits the president like the bite an investigation to Mr Giuliani was pushing sue how does that particular piece of David Holmes is testimony help buttress the overall Democrats case that there was a quid pro quo yeah I mean this goes to this idea of the regular channel in the official channel and this is something that I think Republicans brought up a lot and their defense too and this is part of the bart broader argument that the White House and others have made the president did all these things but they believe it was in the prognathism of the president that he had a different view of what U. S. Ukraine policy should be your you did have concerns about corruption and he was acting on it what the **** career folks people if you on a hill and even homes testified yeah you know what the president does get to set the farm policy but if he was setting farm policy he didn't tell anyone that's job it is to Iraq like that's the that's the conflict here sure if you change policy we we adapt he didn't tell us that he was changing colors but also what the policy wise right I mean there there's the policy that's in the U. S. national security interests which is what we're talking about it Ukraine's at war with Russia Russia attack doesn't on two thousand sixteen in the elections you know how do you push back against this very aggressive Russia these days that's the official policy that's even the trump administration's official policy right but it but this political line in in in getting involved in politics is not something that the US government should be doing is what the argument is from people like Fiona hell in a in a few minutes we're gonna pull the camera back and talk about the entire arc of these public impeachment hearings but there was something Fiona hill said but I think kind of set up a common thread which was that you had so many diplomats people who are ostensibly and often in practice nonpartisan coming out and saying I am not for against impeachment I'm just here to deliver the facts listen to part of what Fiona hill said here and then Michelle since you have reported on so many diplomats for so many years I'd like your perspective on this are you at I never Trumper or have you been to to your profession and remain in a nonpartisan I honestly don't know what the definition of another trump races like by pink many of my colleagues feeling the same way that is a puzzling term to be applied to career all non tosses on the officials and I chose to come into the administration I could easily have said no when I was approached yes if I sign up to have hateful calls and and and and the like that comment there from representative Terri Sewell Democrat from Mississippi Michele Kellerman this was true of so many of the witnesses yeah I mean unlike some of the others though you know the others are career of foreign policy officials who are going to be moved around to different jobs in there that's their job as Fiona hill said she actually join this administration she saw her expertise is something that could be useful to this administration and she was very clear that she wasn't there to be a part is and and and she that's why I thought this moment was so interesting when she talked about these other people were working on this political errand and we were working on national security right and that's where it comes to mission diverged right she also made a point to say look let me just dispel any sort of fiction that the Ukrainians were involved interference in the twenty so she wasn't having it she said that very adamantly in the closed door deposition and she said it again in the open hearing some of you on this committee appear to believe that Russia and its security services did not conduct a campaign against our country and the pops somehow for some reason Ukraine days this is a fictional narrative that is being perpetrated in propagated by the Russian security services themselves the unfortunate truth is that Russia was the foreign power that systematically attacked democratic institutions in twenty sixteen this is the public conclusion of our intelligence agencies confirmed in bipartisan congressional report that was Fiona hill one of the final witnesses in the public impeachment hearings coming up we'll walk through what we have learned through five days.

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"about six hours" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on KCRW

"Of public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry of president trump over the next hour we're gonna walk through what we've learned over the last week and a half but we're going to begin with the testimony of the two people who may be the final witnesses in this public phase of the inquiry former top National Security Council official Fiona hill and David Holmes an official from the US embassy in Ukraine who spent about six hours before the committee telling all of them what they knew about president trump's efforts to pressure the Ukrainian president to conduct politically motivated investigations NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis and NPR diplomatic correspondent shell Telamon are here with us to put the testimony of those two witnesses in the context good to have you both here begin by just drawing a picture of these two witnesses for us because they were both really interesting characters sue you want to begin by telling us about David Holmes who was based in Kiev Stephen Holmes is a late entry into the narrative of the impeachment story he someone we didn't even know about until bill Taylor the acting ambassador over there testified showed up on Capitol Hill in his own testimony and revealed the existence of this aide who worked for him in the embassy in Ukraine who indeed had had first hand information that was willing to come to the committee he I took part in a phone call that I'm sure we'll get into the details of but he he then came and testified behind closed doors today at behind closed doors and then testified in public today on all the details of the phone call and even though it seemed as though he had just one piece of the puzzle before today's testimony began he ended up having a lot to say well he's he's a real note taker at it was very long his is title at the embassy as political counselor at the US embassy it's a job that's meant to kind of keep track of Ukrainian politics so he said I'm not a political appointee he wanted to point out he's a career state department official and career state department official as we've learned throughout these hearings take very copious notes right and the other witness Fiona hill who described herself as an American by choice bring that northern England accent in to the proceedings is somebody who Michelle in your coverage of Russia over the years you've been a diplomatic correspondent you've got to know her very well because she's a Russia expert who's immersed in this yeah she is a being that like myself you started studying Russian in the nineteen eighties and has been involved in in Russia ever since then worked long time at the Brookings Institution at the end of the the bush administration and the beginning of the Obama administration she spent three years in this job on the it's the national intelligence officer for Russia so it's the national intelligence council so it she was used as a government analyst on Russian affairs so she really knows this stuff very well and she joined the trump administration because it as I understand it she really felt that after Russia attacked the U. S. in elections in two thousand sixteen she wanted to serve this government to make sure that doesn't happen again and also to repair relations with Russia now she left her post at the National Security Council in mid July kind of in the middle of all when all these events in question were happy do we know why she left her post well she had always said that she was going to only do it for a few years and I a couple of years and she actually went for about two and a half years and she did testify not not in this open hearing but in her deposition that she wanted to get out during the political season that and that was the message you talked about a lot today she's not a politician she's not into politics she's a non partisan foreign policy expert which seems to be harder and harder okay the cast of characters let's get to what they said okay so let's go to David Holmes as sue you mentioned he's narrated the cell phone conversation this now very famous cell phone conversation he overheard in a restaurant in Ukraine it was between Gordon silent at U. N. pastor and president trump let's play a piece of tape for you this is how David Holmes remembers the cell phone conversation I heard president trump then clarified investor Stalin was in Ukraine bass risala replied yes he was in Ukraine and went on to state that presents a Lansky quote loves your **** I then president trump ask so he's gonna do the investigation master song replied that he's going to do it adding a presence Lynskey will do anything you ask him to do why was this particular piece of testimony so important to Democrats why did they race to bring in David homes at the last minute in this public face of the inquiry well one of the lines of defense from the White House and Republicans on Capitol Hill is much of the accusations around the president involved what they consider hearsay people who inferred things to presume things you didn't you weren't inside the president's head new things secondhand or third hand it was funny to resemble the understanding and homes testified that he heard the president himself it put the president square in the middle the middle of the action in the decision making enquiring about these investigations and getting assurances that they would take place but to be fair Holmes never over her present from say are they gonna do the investigations in exchange for a meeting at the White House once it's over her the first part of the alleged quid pro quo that Democrats say happened right are you are they gonna do the investigations as a quote from right and right and gardens online who was not as Kobe is a note taker did not remember the explicit details of that call he also testified this week but he said he did not dispute Mr Holmes is account issue you mentioned Gordon Solomon who in his testimony said look I wasn't doing an irregular line of diplomacy on Ukraine everybody who needed to know about it knew about it and yet Fiona hill was doing a line of diplomacy they didn't match what Saddam was doing so here's how she clarified how she saw the two running parallel to each other it struck me one yesterday when you put up on the screen ambassador someone's emails on who was all these emails and he said these the people need to know that he was absolutely right because he was being involved in a domestic political errant and we were being involved in national security foreign policy on those two things have just diverge Michelle was interesting to see lawmakers appear to try to bait Fiona hill into attacking Sunland and instead her response was oh no I get you you were just doing something different you're doing something domestic it politically motivated and and I think that moment really captured what we're talking about here I mean US policy to Ukraine was to help it push back against Russian aggression but president trump and his private lawyer Rudy guiliani wanted something else from Ukraine they wanted these investigations that could help trump politically we know from Sunland that he said he was working on that at the direction of the president he said yesterday he said he had these contacts with the president so he didn't need to keep Fiona hill and others it was one of the few people who could get the president on the cellphone seemingly whenever you wanted to write and and she was annoyed by the fact that he was cutting her out but in fact after hearing all of his testimony she was said well he was right because they because he they were doing that being a political errand to run in a political Erin for the president and that and people like Fiona hill and a lot of others who we've heard from no that that was wrong speaking that political errand going back to David Holmes the other witness today he was also privy to a direct conversation he had with Gordon Sunland himself when he was asked accordance online about what does what does president trump think about Ukraine let's let's listen to Dave Holmes describe that conversation in particular I asked ambassador silent if it was true that the president did not give a expletive about Ukraine bass or strongly agreed the president did not give an expletive about Ukraine I asked why not the **** son was stated in the present only cares about big stuff I noted there was big stuff going on you in Ukraine like a war with Russia ambassador Simon replied that he meant big stuff that benefits the president like the bite an investigation to Mr Giuliani was pushing sue how does that particular piece of David Holmes is testimony help buttress the overall Democrats case that there was a quid pro quo yeah I mean this goes to this idea of the regular channel in the official channel in this is something that I think Republicans brought up a lot in their defense too and this is part of the bart broader argument that the White House and others have made the president did all these things but they believe it was in the prognathism within that he had a different view of what U. S. Ukraine policy should be your you did have concerns about corruption and he was acting on it what the **** career folks people if you on a hill in David Holmes testified to do today said yeah you know what the president does get to set the farm policy but if he was setting farm policy he didn't tell anyone that's job it is to a lack of like that's the that's the conflict here sure if you change policy we we adapt he didn't tell us that he was changing policy but also what the policy was right I mean there there's the policy that's in the U. S. national security interests which is what we're talking about it Ukraine's at war with Russia Russia attack doesn't on in two thousand sixteen in the elections you know how do you push back against this very aggressive Russia these days that's the official policy that's even the trump administration's official policy right but it but this political line and in in getting involved in politics is not something that the US government should be doing is what the argument is from people like Fiona Helen of eight in a few minutes we're gonna pull the camera back and talk about the entire arc of these public impeachment hearings but there was something Fiona hill said in this last day that I think kind of set up a common thread which was that you had so many diplomats people who are ostensibly and often in practice nonpartisan coming out and saying I am not for against impeachment I'm just here to deliver the facts listen to part of what Fiona hill said here and then Michelle since you have reported on so many diplomats for so many years I'd like your perspective on this are you at I never Trumper or have you been true to your profession and remain in a nonpartisan I honestly don't know what the definition of another trump races like buy things many of my colleagues feeling the same way that is a puzzling term to be applied to career all non policies on the officials I know I chose to come into the administration I could easily have said no when I was approached yes but he didn't find up to have hateful calls and and and and the like that comment there from representative Terri Sewell Democrat from Mississippi Michele Kellerman this was true of so many of the witnesses yeah I mean unlike some of the others though you know the others are career foreign policy officials who are going.

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Biz Talk Radio

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I think it was about six hours I looked as if we were to six hours and the prosecutors not fired you're not getting the money son of a. and they put in place someone who was solid at the time. his own words out former vice president Joe Biden now that video we just saw again in his own words is from January twenty eighteen but the remarks of the incident he is referring to happened when he was vice president has everything to do with the company where his son hunter Biden was working at the time senator Ted Harvey is the head of the committee to defend the president at the center so much is gone down this week you have to really have a minute by minute play but what we just saw is at the crux of what this alleged with well the whistleblower who has these allegations against president trump is is it's what it's it's at the heart it's the to the center of this whole thing because president trop was on the phone with the president of the Ukraine and he said he made some request apparently if you want to give us the latest and your take on this moment in time go ahead and try to fill us in and tell us what it all means in the in the major scheme of things. well what we're witnessing is the meltdown of you know one of the greatest political parties ever on the face of the earth you have to remember not the GOP right up the GOP is the Democrat party you have to remember that even before the Mueller investigation report was finalized can produce two to Congress that seventy members of the Democrat party voted to impeach the president the United. and then you had the Mueller report come out and showing that there was no collusion there was no obstruction of justice and then you had more people vote it's for impeachment this is what we have is trump derangement syndrome on full display before the United States they are looking for anything to bring the president before Congress can impeach him so that then they can throw it off to the Senate and put them on record on on a you know they've got we've got some tight races in the Senate we're trying to hold the Senate they're trying to do everything they can to keep the Senate out of the Republicans hands after the next election because I believe they know the trump is going to win the election but they don't want to have the Senate Republicans hands because they know Ruth better Ginsburg and probably many others are going to have to retire over the next five years but you let's look at what they're actually saying do you play that clip I have it on my on my website in the committee to defend the president and the. what they are saying is that the president of the United States ask the president of Ukraine to do a little investigation. see what happened in that situation and also I might add to see to ask questions about what kind of influence the Ukrainian government was having in the prior administration in the United States election in twenty sixteen the Democrats have been running forever never never do we not want to know about what the Democrats but the Russians did in twenty sixteen but now they're saying we should investigate what Ukrainians did in twenty sixteen so you have Joe Biden's son getting a job with an oil company getting fifty to eighty thousand dollars a month from an oil company when he has no experience whatsoever in the oil business while his dad is the president's attache to the Ukrainian government and then you see that video work he told them do not investigate my son. and and this is the same sun if you remember who while his thought well as brother was down on his deathbed dying of cancer had an affair with his brother's wife and then divorced his wife his wife to be with his now dead brother's wife and then he was also thrown out of the military because he had an addiction to cocaine this is the same guy that we're talking about but trump is the one that should be impeached not Biden and it should be investigated not biting and I mean you couldn't make this stuff up this is this is better than any soap opera that Harvey Weinstein could be the producer I mean this is just crazy what the Democrats are saying they are going to go after on this and to be to pinpoint it as well for my research it looked like that prosecutor in the Ukraine was about to. sit down hunter Biden and interview him about whatever was going on and Joe Biden at that in the bud before the prosecutor could sit down with his son. well I I I haven't read that I'll take your word for it but we have the video it's in the the the the whistle blower articles said that trump put pressure on required a quid pro quo and that he wasn't going to do any business with them and last that new incoming president would investigate this then we get the actual transcripts of the actual call and none of that happened there there was no quid pro quo there was no discussion of you do this or else and now we have the video that you just showed that it was actually Biden who pressured them to not investigate his son because for political reasons one he was the vice president United States at the time into we didn't want his son to go to jail but more importantly he was present the United States and he didn't want to have that blow up in his face while he was the vice president but also because he wanted to run for president in twenty twenty. if you think about it if we can try to try and understand any and in any way shape or form where the Democrats are coming form from this didn't happen in a vacuum apparently a few days before president trump had halted aid that Congress approved for the Ukraine then this phone call is there any credence to that senator Ted what would you say to that. well the the administration has has plenty of documentation to say that they were asking other governments to come forward with more money and that they were not going to come forward with that money and tell they were not going to come forward with the the USA's money and tell the other governments were going to come forward with their money so I I think that that it in the course of this investigation let's have all of this come out let's have the other calls that the president made to the incoming president.

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WTVN

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on WTVN

"It was about six hours I look as if we were to six hours the prosecutors not fired you're not getting the money son of a ****. and they put in place someone who was solid at the time. now I want to use a phrase that will now be picked up as I'm going to articulate it to you. Joe Biden obstructed justice in the Ukraine. he obstructed justice in the Ukraine. he insisted on the firing of the prosecutor who was investigating among others. his son and his son's business. and it's even worse. and he threatened them. that if they didn't fire the prosecutor he would withhold a billion dollars in our tax dollars. in grants to the Ukraine and they needed a desperately. now the Democrats on Capitol Hill and the Democrats in the media been going on and on and on about Donald Trump and obstruction of justice there no evidence whatsoever not one shred. here we have direct evidence we have a confession. the device present the United States who now seek to be present in the United States obstructed justice in Ukraine. pressured the Ukrainian government to fire the prosecutor who was looking into a son and his son's business. otherwise he was going to with hell hold a billion dollars in American assistance from the Ukraine. this is precisely why the house intelligence committee the Democrats on Capitol Hill. and the left us in the media the Democrats in the media. are pushing this agenda. against trump. who in the Wall Street journal. asked repeatedly. president of Ukraine to investigate this matter. to investigate this matter the Wall Street journal.

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WBSM 1420

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Starman I was not they put them in room with no running water and these women were being told I CDP officers to drink out of the toilet they were drinking water out of the toilet and that was them no one can question of this the other best behavior telling people to drink surely women are not drinking out of the toilets in these facilities did you see that I did not see women drinking out of the toilet the Mathews brothers studios we're living in shadows passed through time across the country in policing is only part of the store yes the uniform is burdened by racism but it goes far beyond that our healthcare system is burdened by races if black women are dying three times as often for maternal complications as white women we know that our housing is burdened by races the result of intentional policies that segregated our neighborhoods by race and when they could no longer be enforced by law they were reinforced by bureaucracy and by intimidation our schools are burdened by racism I'm sure there's this sense that hunter Biden benefited over the course of his career with being in proximity to Joe Biden's power there's no evidence that Joe Biden actually did anything wrong and I had gotten a commitment from portion go and they would take action against the state prosecutor they did they walk out fresh concept or we're not going to give you the billion dollars a set you are you're not the president the president said I should call one I sent you not get the million I'm gonna be leaving here about six hours the prosecutors not fired you're.

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"about six hours" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on WTVN

"Pop them. WTVN sports, right? Sports senior Greece are joining me. Now imagine if you will Tiger Woods is on. He's at Pebble Beach right now then he's got something a little bit later this week in Vegas and then he'll be here competing. I, I was like, just telling you a fair man. It would be nice to be him right about now, with regard to that schedule. And I'm like, oh, he's they're playing a practice round at Pebble Beach, tough life. I'm telling you, it's a rough life for Tiger Woods. And he tweeted about six hours ago that he will be oh, next week for the memorial tournament than you'll be off to Pebble Beach. That's the second weekend in June for the US open says looking forward to getting out there again. I'm sure he'd like to be after not making the cut in the PGA championship. It it's a little redemption for tiger. I mean, the dudes want him your field five times. I know he does every blade grass trying to think like when it was that he had his three straight wins. It was ninety. Nine two thousand and one that's nuts to think about in that era was all tiger. And everybody else is kind of like looking up and looking around and terrified of the man, but Ricky Fowler also committed to the field today. And right, Ken, we're a week out from the first round rookie actually has two runner-up finishes at Muirfield twenty ten and twenty seventeen. So it should be a great week next week. I, I know it just it's ten it's seven days out. So we're pretty excited for both of those guys in a couple more names will start trickling in the next couple of days. Brooks kept is still a question, Mark. I'm going to wait and see what happens with exit just been no rumblings of anything what he's going to do. But ROY is going to be there. Royal. Thomas Sony pheno, Bryson, d Shambo, of course he's defending so, yeah, yeah, so expect it to be a lot of fun really out there next week. And Peyton Manning at Herber mile be taking part in the pro-am, that's on Wednesday. So we'll have plenty of coverage. We'll be out there doing our thing from your field village. Some baseball today. The clippers bashed, the mud hens seven to Huntington park. So they'll have a four game series this weekend at Huntington park against the Indianapolis Indians. The reds are off the Indians. The Cleveland Indians I should say they're gonna play the Toronto Blue Toronto. The Tampa Bay rays at six ten tonight. Start a four game series there that goes to Memorial Day, and then the Ohio State baseball buckeyes after upsetting second-seeded Michigan yesterday they're gonna play winner's bracket action against the university of Maryland. It's kind of second round action for the big ten tournament, but they do it's double elimination. So Michigan still has a chance to win the thing. But after yesterday, it's an uphill climb for them. Whereas the buckeyes are sitting really really, really pretty. That's going to happen today at six o'clock, five o'clock central time for those of you keeping score. Also in the NBA, it's game five of the Eastern Conference finals, the winner between the bucks and the bucks in Toronto. Raptors excusing, the games in Milwaukee, but the winner takes a three two lead in the series. And basically, they go to just get swept, unfortunately, by the Golden State Warriors, which was probably what's going to happen because they get plenty of time off now Terresa Kevin Durant, DeMarcus cousins. And. Yeah..

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"about six hours" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the night honors belong to the snow globe. Hanover facing Leverkusen playing in a snowstorm kinky hair Gucci shot on goal. Watch. This shirt. The snow stopped it just enough for the defender. Come in and say, I'm going to score right here. It's the snows fall bummer about that. Tonight. Man. I think that's how we all looked around here. Weeks ago? Yeah. All last month. We're starting to cruise now is a little bit deeper into things are turning around. So tonight up in the cascades down below were loving, the rain on the rooftops. It's a nice lullaby tonight. We're back to the old familiar showers and sun breaks tomorrow, one of those days where you just get everything thrown at you could see some thunder lightning and hail for good measure, highs only in the upper forty s that's still cool. But guess what we start turning things around as the week goes on by Thursday. If we hit five that will be the first time outer above normal since the first of February. That's how cold it's been and we just get very ambitious by Saint Patrick's Day weekend. Mid sixties for the holiday what a difference. What a difference. Indeed, these firefighters probably didn't think they'd be doing this rescue over the weekend. A young moose fell five feet into a home as window. Well in Colorado. A lot of help getting out look at this whole operation took about six hours and thirty people. But finally the thousand pound moose was lifted out safely. Firefighters say he didn't even the window during the struggle the Moose's now back in the woods. Where he belongs. We'll have the results of our poll question credit for this. Robert here. Robert, somebody burned down, my she shed, no one.

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"about six hours" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"So it's like, okay, I was a racist. When I was a college student or or when I was in medical school and in order to make up for that. I'm going to spend lots and lots of taxpayer money. Last week. We didn't get chance to get to it on Friday show, but acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker his one in probably only turn getting guild grilled by Democrats, wrapped up the house. You just share a committee and looking at the Washington Post article peppered Whitaker with questions for about six hours on Friday. And that's a week before William bar is expected to be confirmed as President Trump's next attorney general what was your takeaway from the committee hearing last week? It was it was crazy go nuts. I mean, it was literally take it was it was it was fun and horrify living like watching a horror movie or find a watch. You know, it it is it was it sums up everything that this democratic counts is going to do an hour. It's going to be where you have a complete departure from regular water. And this is this is important, right? This is supposed to be the oversight hearing oversight hearings are important congress has to roles in how the executive branch is governor? They power. They have the power the purse-strings, and they have the power oversight to make sure that the the laws are being dutifully implemented. Instead, they turned this oversight hearing into a defacto confirmation hearing for this guy who wasn't in a position to go to a confirmation hearing. He's acting attorney general. And so you you watch this and you watch this frankly, stupidity on the part of the Democrats you had Sheila jackson-lee essentially asking I didn't. She didn't say this. I'm I'm I think she asked us literally, I'm a power paraphrasing here when did you stop beating your wife? Yes. Or no obvious convoluted questions, which couldn't be answered. Yes. Or no, I that she was essentially trying to force the acting attorney general into a perjury trap. And that makes up those that guys that is what she was trying to do when you when you try to back somebody into a corner by demanding that they answer. Yes. Or no. Questions two questions which were there is. No, yes. Or no answer that is someone who is trying to trap you into lying to them. And that is that is unacceptable, and then and then idiocy on the part of Jamie Raskin news, the state Senator from I'm sorry. He's a congressman us to state Senator from Maryland talking about dark money in in ways. That would just completely inappropriate listen, I was fortunate to run into the acting attorney general that evening at a location gentlemen and gentle lady where the three of us hung out. I'm not going to give the name of the. It's very cool establishment that night and was I never met him before. And I was honored to shake his hand. I thought he did a great job Andrew linger this to for liberty host of the linger cast. Thank you so much for joining us every Monday appreciate your time. Appreciate our chats. Happy Monday, guys, take care. Wait. There's rumors going around that after Michelle Obama's appearance at the Grammys pas Mosley that was a precursor to its twenty Ron. Okay. No, thanks, drew for clearing that up. There are rumors going around trust your cousin based off a little bit. Dr. I would be I can't imagine. She would. Why? But why would she runs cushy life right now? He's got. I mean, her book is doing so great. If she if she really does have presidential aspirations, and she might I don't know. I don't I don't get that sense. But if she does I think we're looking at the next cycle at the earliest twenty four. It's too soon. We we're still recovering from Obama fatigue. The the the the article for the rap the headline is Michelle Obama's Grammy. Remarks drowned out by audience applause. Fawning salts of personality, man. All right coming up. So something weird has happened. The Washington Examiner dubs this the mysterious case of ASC's scrubbed green new deal we have a series of stories here that will run through the the weirdness of what happened after they released that resolution at the end of last week that we talked about on Friday this green new deal. It suddenly got like scrubbed. And there were claims that it wasn't real. And I don't know what to make of what happened with the stupid thing. But the end result as it always is is it's Republicans fall. Of course, that's a given this Republicans fall. Of course, your.

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"about six hours" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"about six hours" Discussed on KCRW

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