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"adnan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It was just loaded latex and had every southern fried place you can imagine. It was preposterous. That she was nominated she stolen nomination away from. Olivia cooke for sentimental. But it's her fault as we gotta be does. Great fear is by blank. Close has never one to this. Is the makeup called. They're going to give her an oscar. Braille billy elegy. A horrific failed. But hey you're doing your upper eighty Chino famous won his eighth nomination percent. That woman okay. Glencoe spinal will give you one fake that they did not but credit close she gives us the most indelible moment of the night in a segment in which they're doing trivia. And you say what is this. Is this time filler. Default flat all over the place ably ques- was also the great heroes. But he was fantastic. But you're wondering what the hell is the stable. Why are we doing this. This is falling flat. Kolui not interested. It's not funny and then fight. The glenn fo- saves it now. Maybe we can be suspicious. Mcneese somebody better spike lee schooldays. But i'm gonna say no. I thought it was a genuine authentic moment. Surely last dance was improvised. Notice expecting glenn close and they do but dance. harkening back. Despite blazed college fell nine hundred. School school-based remarkable moment for a great actress. Who was nominated for a terrible so admin. I need to ask you this because we are in a bad place in terms of what just happened. You are fundamentally decent person. You have ravaged this movie with the words wretched preposterous horrific and terrible. It is a savaging that just seems fundamentally against everything you are is a positive light in the world. At least scent of a woman was a good movie. Terrible wretched preposterous whereas the side of you been. We need more of this in the next incarnation of your movie. Podcast where you are to fundamentally decent. What the hell wretched preposterous horrific and terrible for glenn close you. What are you doing sinophile coming soon. A metal orc media and that is gonna be the lock people ask. What does this latest iteration you've done. One hundred and seventy five episodes of data for spin it gains thirteenth. Why are you joining on the pirate. Ship what exact you're gonna unveil on. I think we gave you everyone here. Just a slight glimpse. It's going to be unelectable. Adnan is going to be angry. Adman just going to be an outrage down. There are moments brokers and rightfully say full. Why do you care. How is this impacting your day. It does because guys like samson care so much. And when i say somebody nominated for a film that is beneath them quite. Frankly it's personally upsetting to me. Because if i was blind. Plus i would want to deny the nomination. Obviously you know this is ridiculous guys. Awfully well liked around here but this shouldn't happen. Never tracked the nomination. John lyric that one of my favorite actors make for favorite shows four emmys. You won for best supporting actors. Dan building famously turned down the nomination. The know what. I'm good i've won. Four straight nominating. How 'bout we do away with these lifetime achievement awards the oscars of serious like just. Because you do win the first seven times that means you should win. Have be for a bad movie of tired of this seriously. That's a great point there. They go well as somebody make. Why does that happen. Denzel washington one for malcolm of the best reports live but pacino over so we had to win percent of a woman cigar. We'll give it the dens upper training that is best movie getting up. We're gonna make what happened. Stop the most chickens avenue monitoring dishonest. I should going. You know what was going on. In hollywood minute for our friends over rex. Md i love rex. Md guys were idiots when it comes to wear health. We don't talk about it. We don't like thinking about it. We hate go into the doctor's men's health doesn't get much attention and again guys. That's partly our fault. We don't like going to the doctor..
"adnan" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"You are sonny blacks and listen. This is a friend of mine. This is a friend of ours. You're going to like him. he's a good guy once. He vouch from. You're like okay. I'll give this kid a chance. There's certainly something to be said for within corporate america you can feel shackled and i'm so grateful to you the now i get to be unshackled and to be unfettered and do whatever it is that you and i are going to do it again. Well this is what i'm excited about. Though and because buksh shabby has an eye for talent and boot shami who was sculpted his craft. And i'm so happy for him now that he's lead broadcaster for the cubs deserves it and that baseball town and that baseball management know-how he is at his job and value it. He has only said of two people in our entire life running through these circles. Hey you've got to get to know this person because this person has the kind of personality you would want to know. It's i any goal because he's got stand up comedy chops and it's you add man but i didn't feel i felt like you were affable as helen polished as hell. I enjoyed watching you. I enjoyed graceful. You're gliding through something like baseball tonight. Which is a very difficult show to do. And you glide through it. Because you're so professional. But i never felt like i got to know you on television meaningful way. No that's why. I'm so glad the way i was introduced to your show if you'll recall. We literally mike ryan calls because you have a couple of weeks to come on and there was some inane baseball topic we were doing and as i was on the show unbeknownst to me micron always so clever fades down. What i'm saying. And all of a sudden i'm gone and you guys are laughing hysterically. Okay we shut virk up. And i would pop back up and keep going and then go back down again. We did it three times that show and cheer credit when you texted me africa. Hey listen thanks for getting the gag like you don't know how many people we would do this too and they would be offended they would be upset and go. How dare you. I take umbrage with this type of action. i have opinions and things to say that. And i'm like damn i'm so grateful to be part of the gag. Make fun of me all good and this became by the way my calling i worked at. Espn almost nine years. And the number one thing people say to me now i work at mlb network in nhl number can zone podcast and they go. Hey i love when you go on laboratory go wait. You mean the ten seconds that i talk and then they shut me up and go. That was such great comedy. But boy it's about understanding the role and i think too often people say to themselves. They take themselves too seriously. They feel like they've got this bluster about the as you note these gas bags around us and if i have a quality and i appreciate those compliments gave me. I think it's that. I know not to take myself too seriously and i just appreciate being a member of the club. We're thrilled that you are and we're gonna make cool shit with adnan along the way because one of the things we wanna do it metal arc media. It's very something that's very important to me is to make sure that the next five or ten years of creative rebirth for some of these people that were with that. They're doing the best and free and most confident work of their career. And i can't wait for all of you to see what i believe. Our only glimpses that we've seen so far unless you're watching him with. Mlb disown where he has really blossomed into being. I believe his truest self..
Learn How to Break Away From the Pack & Standout In a Busy Marketplace with Dr. Joel Kahn
"Welcome to healthcare business. Secrets show where we interview industry leaders and break down exactly how they dominated the markets you can live from the best and can w revenue w impact and w time off and this episode was speaking. Joel can joel. Otherwise known as america's healthy hot dog is a graduate of the university of michigan. School of medicine is a clinical professor of medicine at wayne state university school of medicine a frequent lecturer and author on topics of vegan nutrition health heart disease reversal and has written several books about alternative nutrition and hothouse. He's had been a guest and commentator amy. Tv shows podcasts. Magazines m practices at the concept of a cardiac longevity is very unpracticed in michigan. Welcome to the show joe. Thank you so much excited to share with the audience. Yeah so i wanted to kind of give out with some background on you. And and how you got into the space because you've kind of gone down a different role than maybe stanford medicine and things teaches. Unfortunately not because of any time in the in the slammer or any problems with my license in a somewhat thoughtful various er- pigeon Course but i grew up in detroit michigan Talking now from the suburb in detroit michigan attended university in ann arbor. Michigan graduated top of my class medical school. But i knew from about a swallow wanted to be a heart moved to dallas moved to kansas city out and training with the best skills and particularly treating heart attacks with angioplasty instead. You have some wonderfully people from australia. New zealand in the my mentor in kansas city was from all actually a dislike from new zealand allah but when visit i'll be of the difference between the do another very different entry but nineteen ninety way before you were born. I imagine or at least run it. I join back in detroit. Michigan big practice. And i was the guy running a night treating sick people coronary Cardiac cath lab artists. But i was even back then very interested in the other part the About our of health which is prevention nutrition. Lifestyles sleep stress. Nutraceutical supplements the whole thing. Much more light perhaps naturopathy and chiropractic. So i was always reading on my own incorporating little tidbits been using coenzyme q ten of people for thirty years my college or and then i'll percolating along as very happy guy got a chance to look down to. The university mentioned developed a preventive cardiology program. But i knew that there was something else that i really had an energy for something else. I mean that was doing wonderful. Things are day is the same thing every day. When wonderful big over i went back to university in two thousand twelve a whole year doing a university based courses integrative cardiology natural gas and pretty much nutrition thing adnan stunning that for decades. But i didn't know all the nutraceutical isn't about chemistry testing and the epa genetics and the protonix and we can use fancy words. I graduated and of course. I say in traditional practice but i ultimately with some thought took a big breath five years ago and says you know what i've done enough cath lab emergencies. That mouse running three hassles on the weekend alone. A great practice. I one focus on prevention and i looked around the country. I could barely find in the united states preventive cardiology practice. That was not attuned to only prescription. Drugs are printing preventive cardiology practices more precision more prescription. I wanted to about more health lifestyle disease reversal. I gleaned from various people what i could kinda created a model. I left the insurance system. You wanna have a sleepless night. As a physician who's always had a whole room full of baylor's and medicare and blue cross as we call in the united states and others and tell people in the city of detroit that is not beverly hills los angeles by a reasonably prosperous busy city with auto industry. But i don't take insurance. I can't even take your insurance them out of the system and launched in five years ago and yes. There's always challenges. My tears thought that maybe. I did. Have alcohol rounds. Drug problem slices. Is he doing all as they didn't understand. It has been the best decision. I don't think would have been as meaningful if i didn't pay the price. All those years of doing traditional medicine I'm respected because know what heart catheterization angioplasty bypass Medications use them when needed by I'm very much dedicate myself as upstream cardiologists. I'm the salmon trying to go upstream. Everybody else is going the other direction. But there's a lot of people out there and you know. I i'm sure for practice that are looking or a different path. They're just tired and they feel tired too many drugs too. Many ten minute appointments with dr the game now. It's a good nurse or a physician since i've provided alternative of time education a different approach. And it's so gratifying. Amin that i'm sixty one years old. I don't know what the word retires. Because i love what i do day after day today
It's all a Setup with Ed Burdette
"Back with us for a second. Time is the host of the one year bible. Podcast ed burr debt. Welcome back to the show. Ed thank you so much. Glad you glad to be here again and greg you. Yeah thanks for coming back man. How's the podcast and the book doing anything new. I'll man it's It's continuing on what like the The new element of the podcast really is weekly episodes on fridays. Where i get to do a devotional about a different passage each week and so inch has kind of been like you know just looking at different angles at something and and Getting to get new perspectives and new insights and so that's just kind of continual discovery process for me that i really love. That sounds fun man. We do that on fridays. then i'd say it. Yeah yeah so there's a. There's a daily reading release so that seven days a week but then on friday we do special episode where we take section of that as reading and then we look at it a little bit more in depth and rather than being a straight up just reading of the bible. It's it's some looking into it and some analysis. That's always fine doing that. Yeah that's cool. Cool fun well. We left off last time. We were talking about All over the place where all over the place mainly liberal theism and non belief and whatnot. I think i kind of want to start off with. What are your thoughts on atheists on those not like me. Nonbelievers thoughts There's mean definitely met folks before who who share that That belief and i guess. I guess just kind of top of mind. I think globally Y'all are in a very small minority true and yeah so You know. That's that's kind of i thought and then i don't really have kinda broad impressions other than that Mostly just enjoy enjoy understanding. You know maybe someone something you know what a beliefs on holds about kind of like a case by case person by person you know just chatting with adnan and talking it over dry like we're doing now yeah exactly. Yeah for sure definitely. Do you do think that eighth east deserve punishment for their non-belief. Oh i mean. I think that when when You know i just think of the first couple of chapters of the book of romans and where we're paul laying out this. Hey like the structure of of the way that the world is made is such claims that you know everyone kind of has to go also to To understand things about god And so he he's kind of saying like you know the evidence is out there and and that we're all we're all presented with it In a way that they're you know there's something to that they're there what we're answerable for that What we've been given what we've been shown interesting referred to jeremiah. Thirty three three call to me. And i will answer you until you great and unsearchable things you do not know. So is that kind of you. Know five call to ya where he's already shown himself to me so therefore i deserve to be condemned because i've seen and i should have believed that point but i chose not to. Oh i mean. I understand the great and unsearchable things those would be. You know maybe related to some of the stuff that paul writes about in in that section of romans but but i mean those i think the great unsearchable things just might be Not necessarily related to the line of arguing of like. Hey you know. Why do i believe what i believe you know. Or what what basic beliefs do i have about reality. And the structure of the universe cosmos. I think that's more kind of like the the arena in which paul is making a making a case rather than like the jeremiah passage. That's how i read them. Gotcha so we've seen him as far as creation creation is enough for us to believe that y'all way specifically the one that did this. Oh i think it's Remember exactly what's written there in romans. But it's something you know basically like you know god's got divine nature and whose power. So how specific we could get from creation itself You know i'm not you know. I'm not totally sure about that. So his divine nature and power. This is something you believe that eighth me is an unbeliever that i've already witnessed in some sense. Yeah yeah. I think we've all witnessed it
Egypt's organ traffickers: 'I woke up screaming'
"A BBC investigation into further exploitation of migrants migrants who are forced to sell organs such as kidneys. To pay for a passage to Europe senior gang member in North Africa told the BBC that nearly half of those who give up a kidney I never paid. The kidneys are mostly solved by African migrants and refugees who use the money. To pay people smugglers if, of course they get the money was also reports of people having organs removed against their will reporting on this trade, and it's a difficult listeners. You'd imagine Richard Bilton. It is an ancient city at the heart of a vile trade. Cairo one of the hopes for the illegal market in human flesh around the world, there is a shortage of transplant organs. Here. They're harvested from the poor. Migrants and refugees sell their kidneys to pay to get to Europe. Many a tripped like Asher, who says she was drugged and then operated on to protect her. Anonymity were using an actor. I found myself in a room with blood everywhere. The door was locked and I started kicking it. Then I called the police and they came and got me. They took me to the hospital there. They told me that my kidney had been removed. There are thought to be five million migrants and refugees in Cairo. These are the people that the gangs prey upon. We want to get to the criminals. It's difficult. This's a dangerous world, and Egypt is not a country that welcomes investigative reporters. We get a break through. One of the main gang leaders agrees to meet, he said. They're arranging between 20 and 30 illegal transplants a week. His words were spoken by an actor. It's busiest in the summer because kidney patients get sicker. They drink a lot of water because of the hot weather. We have a lot of work during that period from all over the world and the people who don't get paid with their promised. How do you feel about that? I give them their money of the people agree a price but never pay up after the surgery. Does this happen often about 40% of the cases globally between five and 10% of transplants are thought to use black market organs. That's thousands of illegal operations every year. It is lucrative for the criminals. There's no protection for the donor's Adnan Sharif is from doctors against forced organ trafficking. It's illegal. It's unethical. It is immoral. They're exploited for their organs. Some from May receive a very small financial remuneration. Something will receive absolutely nothing at all on this is exploitation and so form ofthe modern day slavery. The Egyptian government says it's one prays and approval internationally. For its strategy to eliminate this heinous crime. It's made arrests and says the illegal operations happen in private clinics and hospitals rather than government hospitals. This trade is worth millions of dollars and victims say rules they used against them. They have to sign forms, saying they're donating their organs for free, but this paperwork can be used to keep them quiet. He bought sold a kidney but was never paid. I found myself in the room after the surgery. I woke up screaming. I got so scared. I was screaming. This is wrong. You cheated me. People called the doctor and told him there's a patient you did surgery on and she wasn't paid. He took the documents I signed to a lawyer. So if I tell the police they comprise, prove I donated my kidney voluntarily. I made this mistake and I don't want another girl to make it. The Egyptian government denies he Burwood have been arrested. It says victims have the right to report these gangs without fear on its hotlines. And it has increased the maximum punishment for organized criminal gangs Toe life imprisonment. There is no shortage of desperate people tonight in Cairo. The latest victims are preparing to go under the knife. Human beings butchered for profit. Richard Bilton with that BBC investigation.
Author Chat With Julie Abe
"Hello everyone I'm so excited to have Julie obey the. Eva Evergreen semi magical which here with us today. Thank you Julie so much for a be here with us. Thank. You I've been a huge fan of Simba. But a long time. So it's exciting me here. Yeah. We're old friends I remember when when you first started following I, think it was like two years ago or two and a half years ago. So we're we're so excited to have you. I still can't believe people listen to our podcast to be honest I know. Especially all too. Real ask people listen to our pockets. It's a great resource just as an Asian American. It's nice to know that there's a community of authors dogs that are actually owned voices in legitimate though I love podcast. Awesome. So your book is coming out in two days we're recording this on. August second. So so by the time, you hear this is already out. So we're going to hype up the books our listeners can go and just grab it rapidly listen to his podcast. Thank you. Do you have. I. Guess like jitters like are you nervous about your launch it? Yes. Yes and no yes. Because it's finally here in no because I feel like it's been happening for a long time already. So it's a it's exciting just to kneel to finally have the book out in the world and having everyone. Read it. Done very excited. You had. This is your debut, right? Yes, it's my first and only look in the world as of yet. Yeah. We'd love to know more about your background. I mean we're always a writer and what was the process like getting this book maiden put out into the world I never really thought I would ever become a writer I've always absolutely loved reading when I was little I would read all the time. It was my favorite thing like if I could get some Mike Birthday money are doing that always like go towards books like without a doubt. But I never considered. Writing as something that I could do personally. Won I think is is when I was young. There weren't many authors that were. Not White. And Seeing that I was like, okay that's that's not me like I. Love these books. Obviously, I love these authors but I don't think that's that that is me can I can do? So I kind of actually followed in the fall footsteps in my father like what did Biz Adnan or major fight that All all along I did like I love books nevertheless like I loved. Just, the world of books in how it could take away bean escape. I, looking back I didn't do realize that. I did right when I was anchor I never thought much of it but I did right. just refine. Journal or diary land in Middle School. My teacher had speed. The Martian chronicles by Ray, Bradbury. I really liked the book It's budget short stories sort of like said on Mars in then. So her prompt was your own little Martian chronicles on chapter. And having super excited as. Oh. My Gosh is this homework like this can't be homework? This is actually fun. Did that and I didn't think much of it entered it. I was like a penis assignment. That another instance to that like I think this in fifth grade where we did the committee evil medieval course. I also had to write for that class to end up writing like. Twenty K. word count on. The Story? And super excited about that. But then I never thought about it like elevated could be career. Because all I saw Romney was like business medical health care. Fields so might say loss. Eastern. American conduct. Exactly. which you know I still have my day job. Of course in my day job was actually working out really well right now but I I graduated college. I started started day job and. I've been working before you know like I am. Worked Rosen Yogurt shop in high school in like I did internships and stuff like that I worked in the job through college. But my first day job I sat down as her working has. GotTa be more to life than this. Has To. Be. So. Like go back and forth nine to five day job GonNa Commute. Drive home. There's something missing. That job was the right job for me for one company was on the right bit but. I realized I didn't do something more like a Passion Hobby And so I was like, well, obviously like I love books. So maybe I can write like this for fun.
Between Renting and Buying, Unagi Offers Personal Scooters With a Subscription
"These scooters. There are many of them out there. But how many of them can you subscribe to? David Hyman has a company called. And he is offering read full not reynolds but subscription. To instead of paying a thousand dollars for a new scooter David wants to tell you all about subscription. Hi David. How's it going tests you same here or tell everybody what you got. Sure. So We started Nadi about two and a half years ago. Because we felt that there was a market in this game from my own personal experience of people want to own scooters have one in their possession. It's up, rent them on the street and I got frustrated with ridesharing scooters both. From kind of a at Adnan experience, where wrote a lime scooter to a whole foods and I came out with my groceries and? was. Gone because somebody took it wrote away back and I had just bought inexpensive pint of ice cream and I ended up walking home with melted ice cream. And I thought why don't I just own one of these things like Not, not to mention the urban blight, right that the separate conversation I know you're down in. Southern California people can't hit three steps in tripping over one, right so. I just like the ownership model all. and. So we launched to ninety two years ago. Our hunch was correct. We we were selling hundreds a month, and since covid has hit, we are now showing thousands of. With folks s by coming on board to carry our scooter and new Europe Europe photographer being H Photo Outta Rama. Now Sell our scooter. Are Scooters it's the best electric. Scooter. Poured. Electric Scooter you can own this. Don't just take my word for it There's over a hundred reviews online that states the best electric scooter you could have, but it's a thousand dollars and not everyone can afford that. So we've been asking yourself, how have we reach abroad her audience? And so What is this? When is this going? Live this life when you want it to go live? So. So Logging all access is our new subscription service. It is thirty nine dollars a month. No commitment. There's a one time fifty dollars setup fee. And that's it. We bring it to Your Place Felice ambled. It's dropped off by an inaugural represented if You don't have to assemble it. Don't have to deal with the box and whenever you're done with it, we come and pick it up. But. We think that. Indian. That's New York because of the tour. Angeles in New York, city is where we're launching. Correct. If anything ever goes wrong with the scooter we at your door and under twenty four and we just hot swap another one. So you know skewed downtime. And Insurance is included. So, if anything goes wrong with the scooter, if it's stolen or any form of damage. There's an eighty, five dollar deductible. Now you said you started the company based on melted ice cream. So what happens when you ride your scooter to whole foods and walkout in walk into the store to get the Ice Cream? What do you do with your scooter that you are now subscribing to? So you can either lock it like a bicycle regular you locked works. Scooter so light I throw it in my shopping cart. That's what I did. I mean, it is. It's twenty six pounds. It's the kind of thing that you can bring it any cafe or restaurant. You know we we sell thousands a month, the normal use case with our scooters that. You take it. Everywhere you go and we really designed for portability. Normal. Users under not. Ride to. Our or a subway can take it on the subway and then pop out and take it with them. It takes up no footprint on the subway. It's got one plate folding mechanism only weighs twenty six pounds and it's you know how to arrange and it's electric. So it moves along. Nineteen miles an hour. I mean, you know it's gone incredible amount of torque because it's dual motor see can go fairly steep hills with it. And where do you make them? We make them in Shenzhen. Okay. Everything else okay. Correct. But we are in American company eight I'm proud to say, I, think out of every electric scooter company than. Scooters were the only American based electric, Scooter Company. And our customer services you incredible. So we treated like Patagonia were the only electric company that has a phone number. You can call people pick up the phone and talk to you. Now is the reason that sales went up the delete because of the maybe a lot of people don't want to take the bus and be around people and things like that. Yeah, I mean there's been this kind of seismic shift towards quota. Personal transportation people not wanting to get on public transportation, not get on ride shares, not getting share googlers, shared lifts, and so there's a real need right now you know there's especially you know New York skiers are becoming legal on Sunday. There there's you know we went volt markets to start because we couldn't choose between the two. La Is. The scooter epicenter of the planet. But L. New York's got a real need right now. So we decided to launch in. Baltimore. So. Anybody listening. We're now in the middle, the MO, the middle of summer. So when do you expect to start hitting Chicago in Boston and San Francisco and some of the other major markets? I. I'm not going to throw any any M. Any dates but those cities are are the first ones on our list. Okay. But certainly, they wanted to spend a thousand dollars you could buy you could buy one Tamar. Absolutely and you can't finance it on our website is well. But put thirty nine dollars a month into perspective. That's that's a dollar forty a day. New York subway ride today's three dollars and fifty cents for one Ri-. A rideshare scooter from lime were bird is about five bucks. So. Five dollars a ride. For. Daily commuter there's been two hundred dollars a month for grossly inferior product that half the time the batteries are dead or they're broken when you go to them not to mention the issues but share right now so. And it's yours and it's your germs and not somebody else's your germs and keep the streets clean et keeps your neighborhood looking good and it's no different for your city than owning a bicycle and you get a little bit of
"adnan" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"I watched the intro. I watched the setup forbid I you know. I just want to watch that. I can't believe I'm sitting at home and I go. I'm going to spend fifteen minutes. Turned his way up and watch the scene. Where they're putting stakes to an outhouse. That doesn't really move the story except that it's just it's unbelievable like in again like the spahn ranch tio it. That thing takes forever. I counted up because I watched the scene on a flight. And it's twenty two minutes from the start of that to the end. Nobody else get away with that or no one else would even try to get away with it. They'd be like all right. Let's keep it moving this. Keep it moving and the fact that it takes that long it it works and I just. I don't know how many other guy look. I'm not saying he's the only guy that can do it. But it was a really. It was an awesome year for it. So what are what? Are you most looking forward to this next year? What's the one movie you have to see? If you can only see one. That was G. I haven't looked at to be honest. I know we don't think it's a draft. Mcshea does his mock draft so the next year once. I haven't intensely at this year. I'm more excited because Pacino. Tv show ever and hunters is coming out to more as a matter of fact. I know we're out already but it's coming on Amazon prime and it's about a from Jordan. Peele of course did get out. And it's a bunch of people hunting Nazis in Modern Day America. I don't know where he did idea. If this is basic facts talpet. Pacino's the ring these guys so I'm just excited to see al. Turning Eighty Years Old April twenty. Fifth fact is there's a TV show with Al Pacino in today's world. I can't wait to watch and binge-watch can't wait man all right. I'm GonNa let you bounce. You can check out Adnan Go through the run of of stuff again. Yes.
Joker review: Love it or hate it
"Of film that did really hot though that would be joker and it is polarizing films of the year it is true a love it or hate it type of film and I'm finding myself on the ladder side of that Ledger I went into this folks expecting that it's going to be where the best films of the year and I couldn't wait for it and I love the fact that clearly taught phelps is paying them is to score says and had said that taxi driver in comedy ric huge references and reference points for him but as I tweeted in my review I said tops pays homage and Aaron Charles is a good guys a loyal listener the podcast he immediately corrected me the tweets that have paid them is it's a derivative I'm like that's true tops is no Martin Scorsese he's making taxi driver King Comedy Without the Intelligence in the witch and the subtlety now the story is supposed to be this forever alone in a crowd failed comedian Arthur fleck seeks connections he walks the streets of Gotham city Arthur wars to masks the one he pays for his day job as a clown and the guys he x any futile attempt to feel like he's part of the world around him isolated bullied and disregarded by society flack begins a slow descent into madness as he transformed into the criminal mastermind known as the joker sounds great but it's not the first thirty minutes or so I enjoyed because I could appreciate Lawrence share the director of photography clearly again paying monster Scorsese's taxi driver literally adult movie theater they show in the early minutes you see the garbage piling up feels like they're trying to evoke the taxi driver of the seventies but you know taxi driver even though it's a very dark film and it's an urban nightmare there's still moments of Levity Q. Albert Brooks who is hilarious in the movie documents stool pigeons there's still romance you know when score says he was feted by the Afi with a lifetime achievement award Julia Roberts introduced a clip and it's a wonderful clip where Travis has I picking up betsy and it shows you know for a guy who doesn't always get a claim for having a playful touch it's a really sweet scene and the way that Travis picks her up he says you know I think it was beautiful whoa ever seen and he says when he's going to pick her up and she'll be on time and I'm sure you will and it's a really nice scene and your member of the fact that Travis has a Mohawk and ends up gunning down a bunch of thugs moments like that and it's you know there's a glimmer of upside there's none of that era joker it is a relentlessly bleak thoroughly unpleasant film experience you know comedy has great humor in the movie I mean it's a really funny movie within the fact that Rupert Pumpkin is a guy who is a very painful isolated self-loathing character but it's still really funny I mean the fact he's so obsessed with Jerry Lewis talk show hosts that eventually feels compelled to kidnap him there's a dark undercurrent always but there's some big time lapse in the way that rupert is just so delusional in this film though there's none of that I mean it is just a painful experience it's about as subtle as a sledgehammer to the Groin and even though Joaquin Phoenix is getting Oscar buzz and and I do is an excellent actor I think the performance owes a little bit to his character into the master Kinda feel like it's a you know he's almost Pankaj to that character and listen he's a talented guy it's also always performance at the Oscars love I mean they love these showy flamboyant performances he's got a bunch of ticks the over laughing it's very flamboyant it's not today it's bad acting is pointing out that the Oscars love this kind of stuff so I don't even know if he deserves a best actor nomination but I can guarantee you we'll get nominated for one and he's certainly an intense actor and gave it two and a half maple leafs that was right after the movie the more I've thought about it I'm giving it only two maple leafs like I said it's just too derivative and just to pleasurable of film experience and there's obviously but other conversations about it people are mentioning is it a commentary mental illness and the fact that mentally ill people are being ignored is it a film it's inciting violence a natural born killers which I thought a lot actually watching them which I think is an excellent movie and I liked a lot Owen gleiberman right favourite film critics he championed natural born killers and unfortunately for me he's actually repeating jokers well though he next article which he said everyone is very polarized by being the was polarize similar decades said people either loving or hating it made a ton of money doc tober opening ever in terms of rotten tomatoes in this won best picture at the Venice Film Festival the Golden Line which means it could be an Oscar contender but even a good article from hr it's got fiber he was saying that some voters have said I don't know whether to give it every Oscar or to give it a Razzie like that's that's exactly the way we're looking at with this film because is so polarizing and people are just walking out there arguing about immediately in terms of rotten tomatoes sixty percent is the average above that is above average below that is below average Chris only sixty nine percent but audiences liked it they gave it a ninety percent so ultimately it was not a film for me it's not a film I would recommend Joe I don't know if you saw it but the floor is yours what say you I and I was Gonna go see it until you told me just how bleak and pleasurable it was and I was GonNa see last night and I thought I don't really need to if it's just GonNa be that dark I'm sure walking Phoenix is really really good in it but if it's just someone falling down a staircase in slow motion for two hours I'm just like I I got my the baseball team to do that I don't need to watch that in the cinema for two hours absolutely right you I mean there's just nothing as I said you think of a dark movie you love this year's big movie lovers I'm that there's still moments of levity there are still moments of light amidst the darkness and the comedy of the film is making this isn't that this is just Oh he's laughed at ridiculed he punched he finally acts out his violent urges and feel some sort of release and that causes them to do more. I mean it's just like you said Joe I the project and just watch your twins I wouldn't recommend the film too many
Erdogan sees win in local votes, but loses Turkish capital
"I was in Turkey have dealt a blow to president wretched top wound during local elections on Sunday as his AK party was soundly defeated in major cities often nearly two decades of political dominance, despite Mr. Adnan's tight control over Turkish media and his enduring popularity in rural tacky his party was edged out in the capital Ankara, and the country's largest city is Tom bull at a news conference. President Ataman said he accepted the vote results. Jim Davis niches, it all I believe. The only reason we couldn't get the results who wanted in some cities is that we could not express ourselves enough to the nation, and we felt when their heart solar. Henrik Tamil is from the BBC Turkish service, according to unofficial results. President adorns ruling people alliance lost local election in capital on cut. First time the race was neck and neck in country's biggest city Istanbul. Mr. Dylan's people alliance candidate, the former prime minister and the speaker of the parliament Bonani yielded him declared victory. However, the opposition National Alliance candidate Akram all the disputed the results and later claimed that he won the award prison doors ruling Caroline's won't the in more than fifty cities out of Eighty-one. However, the opposition won at least three of Turkey's biggest five cities and the result in Istanbul is still disputed. Now, these are local elections give us an idea of how significant these results might be the elections were very important for prisoner Doan because winning the elections in Istanbul and Ankara have always been something special for him. He's political rise began twenty five years ago when he was elected as the mayor of history bull and Istanbul and Ankara had been run by Islamist welfare party, and then prison add-ons, Justice and Development Party since one thousand nine hundred ninety four and Mr Radwan had almost twenty rallies Istanbul alone on Friday and Saturday, and he also described the local elections as a matter of survival for the country as you've indicated his party has dominated local elections for a very long time. What is happened to make so many Turkish voters change their minds? The main reason for this loss is surely economic was of Turkey. Turkish economy is in recession the inflation hit. A fifteen year high twenty five percent last year and is nineteen percent right now and Turkish leader lost almost thirty percent against the US dollar lussier and six percent in the first quarter of this year. Unemployment rate, the double figures and reached eleven percent on the eve of the elections. And all these economic woes of Turkey made these elections much more difficult for prisoner one and
Turkey local elections: Erdogan fights for nation's confidence
"Turkey holds local elections today to being seen as a referendum on president Reggio type Edwin the governing AK party fears that voters could punish it for the deteriorating economic situation. Mark Lowen is in Istanbul. Local elections are usually about local issues, but turkeys omnipotent and omnipresent leader says today is about survival of his party and the country. He's dominated for sixteen years. Turkey is in recession inflation is at twenty percent, and the lira has plunged by a third leading to bankruptcies the governing AK party fears. It could lose control of Ankara, and even Istanbul that would prompt speculation of a party split with several high profile figures on happy about Mr. Adnan's, increasingly authoritarian
Ron Burgundy podcast fails to hit the mark for iHeartRadio
"It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up gas. And you don't Poltrak have published the stats for February two thousand nineteen February included that the much height- Ron burgundy podcast which released its trail on February the first and launched on February eighth yet. I heart radio is figures will actually flat at five point two million downloads a day. Iheart remains the global leader for downloads. Well, NPR remains the US number one based on unique audience and has ever we need to remind you that Padre only measures some US based publishes and their methodology is both proprietary and OPEC. What's the secret to successful podcast advertising, US radio network? Westwood One says that communication is best quote when it's transparent, real direct and tells a story apply that to a podcast, add the company says and the audience will appreciate it. Listen calls itself. The only podcast app built. With multitasking and beauty in minds. The first version features unique gesture based navigation for on the go listening, including a queuing system, and it's available for IOS. Meanwhile, the Iowa's app for Stitcher has also had an update the guardians podcasts are the subject of coverage in digital including an estimate of the total size of the UK podcasting Avmark it from veteran at by a Howard Baram, the figure twenty five million pounds. That's thirty three million US dollars. Guardians daily podcast has eight people working on it. According to the article, meanwhile in the guardian itself, they cover have podcast sold out a critical look at the launch of luminary and similar services. The excellent article interviews, many excellent people who all say excellent things, especially the second person to get a quote. That's me. Edison research is Tom Webster writes about these significant new podcasting stat hiding in plain sight, it's a figure that's flat and you'll find a link to that in our show notes and in our newsletter bay. Based on recent conversations says Nick choir in this week's hot pod luminary has attracted a level of bile. I've never encountered before meanwhile, Pandora's executive creative director Lauren Nagel says that every brand needs to consider sound in a speech at south by south west. The I have published a list of direct brands to watch mcgettigan have examined the list and concluded that four out of ten of them. Have tried podcasting. The podcast at research company says that personal care products are most likely to have added podcasting to their marketing mix companies like our new favorite electric toothbrush company. Quip who joined us today as our newest supporter. They offer perfect oral care delivered available internationally as well. And there are get quip dot com podcast communities are all over the place. And they choose a bunch of different tools speaker looks at eleven of them and how they make their communities a success. We should have covered this story last week. But for the record Maryland's highest court has denied a new trial for Adnan Siad, the subject of cereal in a full three opinion and his job for you podcast audience producer for the economist newspaper in London in the UK. There's plenty more including Twitter's first podcast series. Two of a podcast about religion. A new true crime podcast with a retired cold case investigator, and you thirty part podcast from the BBC thirty animals that made us smarter you'll
Adnan Siad, Maryland And Attorney discussed on Sean Hannity
"News center. The Maryland court of appeals ruled today that Adnan Siad won't be getting a new trial, and they re reinstated his conviction agreeing that's i-it's defense was deficient. The court however, ruled that did not prejudice the case in a tweet sides. Attorney said
Saudi crown prince reportedly threatened to use “a bullet” on Jamal Khashoggi
"A top Saudi official today insisted his country's crown prince had no role in the October slaying of Washington Post columnist Adnan kashogi saying the trial of the suspects in the ongoing investigation would show. It was a rogue operation with no official backing the minister of state for foreign affairs spoke to reporters as legislation was introduced in the US congress to block some arms sales to the king. Over the killing of kashogi and the widespread deaths of civilians in the war in Yemen. The New York Times reported Thursday that US intelligence agencies. Intercepted a two thousand seventeen conversation in which crown prince Mohammad bin Salman told a top aide that he would use a bullet on Khashoggi if he did not return home to Saudi Arabia to Shoghi wrote columns critical of the Saudi government while living in self-imposed exile, Virginia US intelligence agencies said previously concluded at the crown prince must have at least had knowledge of the plot against kashogi Daniel wrenches reports from Washington. Kashogi sauced writing critical articles in the Washington Post. The crown prince is said to have told us eight Turkey, advocate, the gentlest should be persuaded to attend to the kingdom before simply brought home or face. A bullet at kill describes the allegations made by currents and former officials to the New York Times is categorically false, but they add pressure on. The Trump administration has a time when the US congress is moving forward with block US support for the Saudi led coalition fighting in Yemen.
"adnan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Everybody. This is Richard. I'm welcome. The sports media podcast producers always Pellegrino two segments this week. But I think you really gonna find that interesting. I up this James Andrew Miller, the best selling author of books on ESPN, Saturday Night, Live and CA and someone who is chronicled ESPN for more than a decade. Now, we go pretty deep on the firing bad NAN Virk and as you'll see from from Jim. Miller's passion and fire on this podcast to say he to say that he believes this is a over punishment would be quite the understatement. So we get into that. And I think you're gonna find that really really really interesting after that is Chad fan of the Boston Globe and AJ Peres of USA today. Both of those guys cover media, and we talk about the Super Bowl viewership ninety eight point two million linear television, super super low, and we get into the reasons as to why we think that happened and all. Both of those guys also give their opinion on what went down with Adnan Virk, so Jamila for about forty minutes or so and followed by Chad Finn and AJ Peres coming up on the sports media podcast. My guess this week is a familiar one. It is bestselling author and writer James, Andrew Miller. He is the author of many books that people are familiar with on this podcast, while the oral history of Senate live CAA ESPN, of course, and he is the host of the Argentines podcast. And there is a new Arjun podcast next month. Check that out on cadence thirteen apple podcast, etc. Jamila welcome back to the podcast. Thanks for having me. All right. So we're going to be we're going to do this entire entire podcast on Adnan Virk and ESPN's decision. Earlier this week, or I guess I should say yes PS decision last week is we're taping this to fire. Adnan Virk for what they termed as as leaking as providing proprietary information to a reporter credit, Andrew Martian of the New York Post for breaking the story of the firing. And then getting the details of what happened check that story out a think fair to say, I'm Jim Nile sort of expand on it. But the the main facts in in Andrew story are certainly correct. But but of gives an brings up a lot of a lot of an interesting places to go to especially for a place that has made its bones and made its money and made its fame on sources providing information to them, and that is ESPN. Our Jim I want to start at the beginning. And that is let's just sort of go generalize. What was your reaction to and and Virk being fired? And and how do you look at that situation while it made me carsick, and I think you know, the truth is that. We all know that. There are every day. There are a lot of conversations that happened between employees of ESPN executives producers talent, otherwise on background with creatures like us. We also know that this is a guy who would work there for nine years. He bled ESPN. He's got four young boys. He's got a moral compass, despite the fact that some people now are saying, otherwise, and here's the other thing too. Which is how the fuck did that get leat? So we're talking about a situation where somebody is fired fired not suspended fired for being on background, which basically is confirming something, and we'll get into that later, and then somebody from inside ESPN leaks to the press. And so it's not even like this guy..
News in Brief 3 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations to bolster food and nutrition assistance for some five million food insecure people in south Sudan, China announced on Thursday, it would contribute seven million dollars. A decision welcomed by the UN's World Food Programme WFP. The funding will help the agency reaches overall targets supplying rice emergency pulses and other commodities which are needed to provide school meals and food rations for more than one hundred twenty six thousand in need WFP estimates that five point two million south Sudanese are expected to be food insecure between January and March of this year, your organization was able to support five million crisis affected with two hundred fifty nine thousand tons of food in two thousand eighteen China's latest contribution is an invaluable investment in the next generation and countries overall development WFP's country director, Adnan Khan, said the director general of the World Health Organization WHO. Oh has applauded Uganda for the bullet preparedness response the country has mounted so far in wake of a recent outbreak which continues to affect neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo tedious at an I'm Gabriel commended the risk management procedures put in place in the country, including vaccination of frontline health workers screening travellers at points of entry and engaging in risk communication. These preventative measures. The agency chief said we'll go a long way in saving the lives of health workers. Adding that WHO is really grateful for the government's commitment and support the need to amplify primary healthcare in order to prevent diseases is vital for Uganda. He said and prevention of communicable and noncommunicable disease are key to achieving universal health coverage and for this year, a new climate protocol comes into effect the Kigali amendment to the Montreal protocol entered into force on the first of January, which means the sixty five countries that have ratified. Defied the amendments. So far have agreed to do their part in a void. Ing up to zero point four degrees celsius of global warming. By the end of the century the agreement proposes reducing projected production and consumption of hydrofluorocarbons HFC's, which acted destroy. The ozone layer by eighty percent over the next thirty years controlling the ozone-depleting substances UN environment said would substantially contribute to the goals outlined in two international environmental rule books the Montreal protocol and the key twenty fifteen Paris agreement on climate change implementing the Kigali amendment means phasing down each have sees exploring alternatives in expanding data-gathering tools on the matter. The latest numbers from a scientific study on ozone depletion show that in parts of the stratosphere. The ozone has recovered by between one and three percent in the past two decades at projected rates, the northern hemisphere could heal completely by the twenty thirties, the southern hemisphere in the. Twenty fifty s and polar regions by twenty sixty Natalie had just UN news.
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"It's kind of a dream Sinophile. The Adnan Virk movie podcast. Yes. Why was it? I still recording. That would have been gold run the. The scale feels vast spirit. Joyce is if everyone had set up to make the best movie ever, which is exactly what they've done Joe mortgage through the Wall Street Journal, how about this too from Brian gale Matt about movies podcast, beautifully structure, beautifully told and beautifully rendered on screen, and this is one of the decade's greater accomplishments of filmmaking. That's Spiderman into the spider verse one of the films of reviewing this Thomason about as always checking us out. We appreciate you. And as always go to items give it some love. I rank my movies at a former police she ranked the podcast out of five stars liba comment forest. Subscribe rate review. Tell granny tell grandpa give us a little yuletide spirit and give some love, and we appreciate that. So much more last podcasts are viewed seven movies. This got six movies. We do have our guest RIC flair Atkins back by popular demand. She was so great last in the stump. She'll be reviewing Mary Queen of Scots starring searching Ronin and Margot Robbie I'll be talking, but a bevy films only spider man, but a couple of foreign films, Cold War and burning destroyer. Nicole Kidman and Roma. Getting a lot of buzz small or call a marry Poppins returns, which had the pleasure of watching last week with these wonderful screeners, the BFCE, I'll tell you all about it for we get to that though, Dan. How did we do with regards to the quiz? Did we get ten winners who got brand new Sinophile hats? We're going to have to defer to Ricky here. I know I have mailed out five hats, and I have two more to do today. It was very clever quiz. Rick was the audience equipped enough to get all ten. So we have seven official winners. Dave mcpeek. Matt Searle's Chris Garcia, Jeffrey coots, Joe. Sharon, Bach bread. Baker and Kyle pop all answered correctly. Wow. How ever there were few answers that came in were either off on one question or off onto questions were very adamant that they had it, but they didn't. So we still have three open spots. Listen to last week's episode tweet us at Sinophile ESPN. You still got a chance to win a hat three spots left. A love it feels like keep. Peaks gotten them. All right to every quiz. We do. I think he's like a fourth member of staff without question. Mcpeek started his own movie podcast. Check it out. So follow Dave mcpeek. You can find easily on Twitter. He has started his own movie podcast. So inspired by Sinophile dance. Raise avid listener as his bread Baker. He tweets mealtime, both those guys not surprised Kyle Popper. Sure. That name sense familiar. So thank you guys at. Thanks, everybody for supporting the podcast. You're Sinophile hat perfect for the holiday season. I watched first reform for the second time after Dan's, scathing review, still love it. I watched it last night. Maybe I was running this movie's outstanding like we're gonna have just this is this is that demarcation line Stanton versus Virk. Now. This is a hell of a movie man, we can discuss it more another time. I don't think the audience really wants to hear. But it's although it's funny. Eight twenty four so good at tweeting. They tweeted, you know, first four those of is the name of the church. Ethan Hawke works at so the signs they put will God. Forgive us. If Paul Schrader isn't nominated eight twenty four doing some great stuff, Rick. How good is their social media campaign? They're tremendous. They're one of the top social media production companies out there. I mean, everyone else does kind of like the bigger companies. Just they'll tweet a picture do their little ad campaign. Eight twenty fours on it. They get some great stuff out there. So follow at eight twenty four. If you wanna see some good, independent filmmaking marketing ploys, they're great and being a member of the semi fun stuff. So I got a little bit small, and I caught a little shot a whiskey for those who've seen the movie as Dana's chortling, very clever. Very well, done spiritual anguish soul-crushing, I I'm not having seen it again..
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"But but I think the when you're talking about the grind. I mean, the real grind with all the training like the physical training like I was going climbing all the time. I was doing extra ups, you know, fingertip pull ups and things core exercises, stretching all the basic body maintenance. But I think that with climbing is maybe a little bit more fun than than you know, other sports is because you're not like in a gym working hard. You're actually out in the mountains. Playing doing the thing that you love to do. But certainly I was very fatigued for very long time. And so, you know during the climb your fatigue. No, no, I'm saying like the six months, the six months, I mean because I was kind of preparing for two years at a time. But for the six months directly ahead of the actual free solo. I was going pretty hard. I was training maybe thirty five or forty hours a week, which is kind of a lot. I mean, there's a lot of hours of physical effort. Yeah. And you know, I was just hired a lot. How about the personal focus of the story as well showing you and your girlfriend you guys still together. Yeah. We're still together. Yeah. The relationship is great. You know, obviously making a film butter relationship as a little strain and the release of the film is, you know, been been experienced both of us, but another relationship with great, and we're living together in Vegas and things. Really good. We continue here with Alex hanalei on Sinophile. The Adnan Virk movie podcast. Alex, your personal relationship is examined in the film, and I loved how honest it was in the fact that you're very clear about the fact that nothing's gonna get in your way, it has that been a detriment to relationships, absolutely. It has because you can't have anything holding you back and there's been other mountain climbers. Who have said that you said, listen, a relationship will hold you back. You should probably be single and you do this. Because to put a fine point on it. You've seen people die how many people throughout the career melt climbing seeing it'd be good friends theirs. But you've seen die twenty thirty people on and how much does that affect you and your personal life? I mean, you had a tough question. I mean seen seen accidents in meet around climate accidents. I mean, it's definitely hard. But I mean, I actually kind of reject the idea that you have to distance yourself from from relationships in order to perform well. And I think that's that's one of the core elements of the film is is Sanni sort of my my girlfriend's Johnny pushing back on that whole idea in like, well, why why not have both why not have a good healthy relationship and still perform at a high level. And and I think that that's something that you sort of see through the course of the film is that the ultimate they I am able to do that. And and I think honestly is better for my life in general. I'm with you because I often hear people aspiring whether it's sportscasters are musicians or actors saying, well, I've gotta just focused on the music of the can't be held back. But I'm with you. I think a relationship helps to inspire one. I think it gives you more. Yeah. Fulfillment. Right. Yeah. I kind of agree. And I mean, just on a practical side and a lot of ways having a healthy stable relationship and makes the rest of your life so much more. I mean, yes, stabil-, I guess, you know, I find that. I eat better. And I sleep. Better in my training is more consistent. You know, basically, my life is healthier. And so I think that having having a good health relationship like helps in a lot of ways with performance a free solo in theaters nationwide..
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Quietly Met With the Saudi Crown Prince
"Meanwhile, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin met with Saudi Arabia's embattled crown prince Mohammad bin Salman today, the Saudi foreign minister posted a photo of the meeting on its Twitter account and late today the eve of glitzy three day investment conference in Saudi Arabia. Mnuchin has said he would not attend the conference but would discuss counter-terrorism efforts with Saudi officials Daniel wrenches reports. The US treasury secretaries canceled participation in the future investment initiative, showcase for crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, economic reform plans, but Steven Mnuchin hasn't cancelled his visit and says they'll continue to talks on efforts to combat terrorism financing and countering Iran. Meanwhile, the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner says they'll still in the fact finding phase while new surveillance videos released by Turkey sharing. What's he still to be a Saudi agent leaving the consulates wearing Jamal Kushtia clothes shortly? After the Saudi gentlest was allegedly murdered in. What appears to have been an effort to cover it up Daniel wrenches, Washington. President Trump's main reason for avoiding major punishment for Saudi Arabia's detention and death of Jamal Khashoggi is coming under fire the arms deal of one hundred forty billion dollars with the kingdom. First of all. It's hardly one hundred forty billion dollars worth. It's only fourteen and a half billion so far and some of that amount results from previous deal under President Obama. The rest is non-binding promises. Then there are the even more inflated claims over the number of US jobs created by the sale starting at four hundred and fifty thousand the Washington Post says that would be more than the three hundred fifty five thousand employed by the total US military manufacturing sector of the economy. Trump. Escalated that to half a million US jobs, then six hundred thousand and finally over a million best case estimate would be no more than forty thousand jobs reporter, Simon Mark says Moore, it's a very live issue following the acknowledgement by the government in Riyadh off two weeks of lies the journalist Jamal Khashoggi did die violently in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Earlier this month. President Trump says he has no intention of scrapping a weapons deal with Saudi Arabia that he incorrectly claims will create one million jobs in America's defense sector. The reality is that it won't do any such thing. And the British government is also on defy for contemplating weapons sales to Riyadh. Not least because of the Saudi led military intervention in Yemen. It is estimated to have killed more than fifteen thousand innocent civilians. Jeremy hunt is Britain's Foreign Secretary. We do not pursue profit at any cost the relationship goes. As well beyond the commercial side. There's a strategic partnership in the region to try and bring peace and constrain the destabilizing activities of Iran. Nonetheless. Of course, there are going to be very very serious consequences. I'm not gonna say that because I I need to look at this investigation. We he's independent done the business in terms of being credible. And we'll send you to see how the Saudis this is the crucial thing how they will say react to the findings of the investigation. Then we'll take out his his critics say there's no need to wait for the investigation. There're djing western governments to block arm sales to Riyadh with FSN spotlight. I'm Simon marks lake is a veteran for correspondent who specialized in coverage of the Middle East. His latest book is the Iran agenda today, the real story inside Iran, and what's wrong with US policy. He told as Philip mulberry on the Sunday show that while Jamal kashogi was a sharp critic of Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin. He was hardly a revolutionary and was in fact of Royal lineage himself, he doesn't he come from a wealthy well-connected family the name, Adnan. Associ- might be familiar. He was the arms dealer multi-billion multi-billionaire. That's his uncle multi-billionaire guy involved in the wrong contra and numerous scandals of years past apparently he did not like inherit or get any of his uncle's money. But that gives you an idea of the family. He was a journalist. He was a worked as a diplomat. He was worked as adviser to the top Royal family princes, and he was very much part of the Saudi ruling elite. But he had his falling out, particularly when Muhammad then bin Salman, the NBS came to power, by the way, you don't get elected in Saudi Arabia. You. There's over well over one hundred princes of the king, the king has multiple wives. They each have several kids, and there's a lot of backstabbing figuratively and literally that goes on in the Royal family. And so when NBS came to power was in the outs, and he went into exile in the US. He. When Virginia became a columnist for the Washington Post, and he was a critic of Saudi Arabia, but a from still within the system itself, he was not calling for the overthrow of the monarchy and establishment of a democratic parliamentary system. He wanted to see changes. In the policy, and he had some ties with Muslims with the Muslim Brotherhood, which is a political Islam is group of conservative nature. But generally does want to see changes away from the kind of ultra right-wing. Fundamentalist version of Islam practice. What's called Wahabism? That's practiced in Saudi Arabia. Well. This it would appear that Mohammed bin Salman. The crown prince is quite thin skinned and any any even minor criticism is not tolerated. Yeah, we'll remember when he came to power one of the first things he did was imprisoned a bunch of fellow princes and multibillionaires in a fancy five star hotel, but block them in and in some cases, tortured them into basically giving up billions of dollars in return for their freedom. And that the other example was remember he was lauded for allowing women to drive right for finally changing Saudi policy, but just prior to the implementation of that law. He arrested a bunch of women who have been advocating that. So he if there's going to be any change he wants to make it. He doesn't want any kind of grassroots efforts organized opposition. And that's what the murder was all about in his father. The king is usually. Portrayed as quite debilitated. And consequently. An ephemeral kind of leader. Yeah. I mean, it's the sort of thing, that's shrouded in mystery. But as far as I can tell the guy is out of it, mentally is not really able to govern day-to-day. And and NBS is the the functioning leader of Saudi Arabia KPFA upfront has Brian Edwards as demont harbor, but director of research and analysis at the center in Washington DC, why the crown prince appears to have been involved in a plot to kill kashogi for one thing. He had ever is a is one. It SM visas one and is series of a whole bunch of people who have been killed by been disappeared and prisons or anywhere in over the last ten fifteen years that has been the first day. He may not be the last really has this issue with the absolute ownership and absolute control. He he will what he gets out of it is he silences yet another voice that is supposedly that that was telling the truth about what Hamad. Projects for the kingdom. The future of the kingdom. On what besides economically polar, social, the tabby whatever a domestic job. She was basically bringing the truth to the world about what really means what they mean store. Have these these projects? Nobody wants nobody is. Trying to diversify its economy. Nobody is. Saudi Arabia for trying to shoot is regional, you know security, and he's the problem is how are you doing this? Gemology died because he basically. Some blame on Muhammed or not doing that. I think by by the country's what he gets out of it is again, like I said you side. That's his voice is decided this Levy have bring Lance economically, socially, or politically that the that the been ceremony has been trying to get over the last few years, but up until this point. Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia had very effectively gotten most of the western media to frame him as little more than a liberal reformer inside Saudi Arabia, and kind of erase everything else that you talked about. Not to describe him as a tyrant consolidating power within Saudi Arabia, and certainly not to spend much time on the war. He's prosecuting in Yemen. This seems to be like the first major public relations. Disaster from Mohammed bin Salman. Do you think? He just thought killing a Washington Post turn A-List wouldn't try this kind of tension. I have a feeling that he's saying, but we'll draw special attention as far as he is. You have to also remember this person has only come on the scene over the last three years three and a half years. He had no political experience as far as knowing what the world is about. So as far as I'm concerned, it's a lot of hubris. He thinks that whatever he does is gonna be bought by by the international community, especially by by Washington. And unfortunately, American journalists have really fallen or the this thing. He's he's you know, he left women Dr. Big deal. I mean, this is their right? Why would why why should they wait for somebody to let them drive? I mean, it's absurd flor- Florida for American actually some other western Europeans. Why shouldn't you penalty for this? This is great. This is his decorum. Does the society? This is for me. A lot of people in the United States. Surprisingly, so sold sold on on on this agenda of liberalisation that they actually forgot that this person really doesn't know what he's doing. And now all the has all come to all the chickens have come home. And and no now, we don't know what the what the what the future of Saudi Arabia is going to be like because of this man in harbor the Arab center in Washington DC, an
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Then especial, I've been busy on the golf course. I've been traveling celebrating my wedding anniversary this week, so I got my buddy. Michelle gone dri two to recommend some movies for you instead. So Michelle, do you have two movies that you love that my buddy Adnan Virk in the Sinophile should check out? Probably the trick Tita out, but I would say groundhog day it's one of the best committees best concept best acting. Tells alerts about cinema, editing, cerita lean. It's one of these movies at grew up was not big heat. When he came out in ninety. Three, I think, became more and more important, and I would recommend the Netanya movie called big data in Methodist three aids movie from the sixties. It's committee social committee as Italians weather. The best to do was Muslim attorney Vittorio Gassman, oser attack greater this to me. I can watch every three months. Never be disappointed. Thanks so much Michelle and. Thanks so much Adnan for for having me back on the Sinophile podcast and the lion's den. He's just an average man with an average life, and he's reviews dictate that. I'll read up my alley first and foremost playing spray. Dan stanza kids. I thought it was a little little much every man. I mean, there's nowhere to go down. You can't talk the no country for old men selection or the writing of it. So I, I'm really concerned, we're going, I really resent that open. I always believed it was the things you don't choose that makes you who you are, your city, your neighborhood, your family people here, take pride in these things like it was something they'd accomplished the bodies around their souls. The city's wrapped around those. I lived on this block my whole life. Most of these people have when your job is a fine people who are missing, it helps to know where they started. That is a portion of the wonderful voice over that starts gone baby gone. This is your favorite movie of two thousand seven film based on the novel by Dennis Lehane who also wrote mystic river shutter island, as well as a few episodes of the wire, the film, which was Ben athletes, direct to'real, debut stars, his brother, Casey, and Michelle Montague as private detectives in Boston hired by the aunt and uncle of a four year. Old girl who has gone missing Morgan Freeman plays the police captain in charge of the crimes against children department who begrudgingly assigns two of his men to work with athletic and Mongan..
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"That is not a joke by the way with adnan virk that's not no no no not he is did he send out those pictures of wearing the headband and the cutoff shorts adnan virk on federer when federal is playing everything stops in denver life the way i discovered this is mike golic junior now used to do a sunday morning show seventy nine and roger federer was playing a match at that time on a sunday and add in was tweet now just crazy stuff about how crazy was about federer and then we had him on the air and he said he's wearing all the stuff is the headband on he's got the rf shirt on he's at tennis gear watch all right maybe we'll check back in with him next segment just to enjoy his suffering a little more so if you want more world cup coverage you want to check out the max and hurt podcast on the espn app or apple podcasts hercules gomez thank you for joining us i believe i believe he could have played for mexico or the united states and decided to play for the united states but before we get to that let's play that since two shero sound on what sits the chereau's analysis of messy was and then just get a rebuttal or maybe a confirmation from hercules gaumont domestically he's when everything there is to win a barcelona yeah and he he started barcelona what thirteen yeah here's how you know what message about when they were winning the best things at barcelona messy we're shopping any esta david via that that was a team when they would break from two thousand eight on and go their separate ways for major tournaments javi and any esta and david via and although spanish guys from parsa for winning tournaments messy the second he steps on a field without that core is average and you have seen it in cope america's you have seen in a world cups shabbes not there because he s does not there because david is not there and the best players i've ever seen in my life can play with anybody fraud fraud hercules thank you for joining us your maiden voyage on the show do not laugh fraud your rebuttal thanks for having me i i i don't know what i heard i don't know what i'm listening to did he call the greatest player of all time of fraud it's like it's like braun dragging court is final after final after final hit messy does it make you had any conflicts town around him in the national team he no doubt in the best of all time this play by him so he took the to cope america finals in the world cup bio by himself he's singlehandedly got his team to the world cup team was terrible qualify if not their land messy is not even been in the world cup here's the issue barcelona how hands down shabby yes dhabi that though slots each had all this amazing talent confidence count around the pope and by the way that we can rica the coach coaching allen around him cohen counter support him he hasn't had to do it himself argentina by him so he will brian jane in a white drive blue jerseys deputy there's been there's no doubt my mind if she can't be a fraud because it's fun to say that fraud lebron gets his team to the finals wins occasionally you know messy can't do it it soccer eleven b eleven basketball if you have one player two players together you can do something special in soccer one of weeklies they can come at you that's what he can hurt you and teams understand it he's no that when he played argentina if you can somehow neutral like messy you're gonna win it's not to give a chance is going to win messy can't do everything by himself i never seen a player in my i'm thirty years old so let's not just talk about my lifetime there's video footage and answering going to youtube you can check whatever you want they lend might is on that court i never seen a player you what you can do.
"adnan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The day thanks for the music carried that even as stumbling and bumbling the baseball music was putting me in moments rapturous joy dominic foxworth adnan virk we are combining forces here for the day lebatardshow would stu gods it is a real pleasure a real thrilled always bringing my good friend tim curtain the program tim somehow i've infiltrated this show you know right now dan is appalled is furious is shaking that i'm doing this show and he's not here well i think it's great that you're on the show and i think it's great the dan is appalled and i still think the greatest lookalike ever is you welcome to change ear it's still the best one of all the great ones weaver house you know i've made it a home run call i need to get vanity license plate that says here people believe on doing this show live from ten here today before we reflect them what's happening in baseball i'd like to take a look back and it's almost been a year since the greatest moment of your career occurred and that was when we were at the all star game in miami and after finishing our baseball tonight program i looked over in spotted mr worldwide mr throw five pit bull i raced over to him i told him you've got to meet huge fan and then that fan was you can you please pick up the story from there well he came over and he gave me a handshake it was his complicated handshake i could barely figure out what to do next and he said i understand your by biggest fan and i didn't even know he was i mean you told me pit bull but i wouldn't know one thing that he did so we had a nice back and forth fortunately didn't ask me like what what's your favorite song that i do 'cause i don't know any of them and then we we took a picture and as always i think well this the the that's it as it turns out to the twitter just blows up at this preposterous picture of mr three oh five the coolest guy in south florida standing next to me the least cool guy in the face of the earth it was so dumb it was so bad it was all your fault that who's the most notable baseball personality who texted you that's why you're there with pit bull i wanna know cal ripken i'll text you wonder what was happening no but half a dozen all stars including mike trout said something like so he was pitbull yesterday really where the all star game and that's what we're talking about got me with it full oh my gosh i love it speaking of mike trout completed one thousand career game on thursday timmy they beat the jays eight five he's got more home runs walks and war through his first thousand career games than the all time leader in those categories berry bonds could you make the argument he's already a hall of famer if though is yet to play the requisite ten seasons at the age of twenty six well obviously the rules state you have to play ten technically he's not but yes you could certainly make that case already you know and and trout is the only player ever to finish in the top two of the mvp voting in each of his first two full seasons and he did it for his first five full seasons and the scary part of course is he's getting better and i know i told you this story add an but it's true he's so competitive houston spring training appear years ago a little bond is told us this story he's taking bp and he goes and tells says everyone in the group around him i'm gonna in a home run into that trash can in the next few pitches a green trash cans it's not a dumpster if a trash man and about ten inches later he hit a home run into the trash can and abban just told me he did it several more times in bp that spring and i went to trout any very sheepishly very humbly acknowledged but i said that's impossible you didn't do that he goes yes i did that too he is widely competitive unbelievably talented and on his way being of course one.
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Juries pretty big jarvis yeah that's that's that's a sizable credential right there like you run a panel you're using your talents you're using your your sports adam and your broadcast history running a panel like this is this is some big time some some big time credential for you to get some work and maybe eventually we can get you we get you a producer on a film we can get you some actual kademi voting i was gonna say that next step i figure that i think we need to talk to ben lines about that whatever whatever's coming up in the works that we can at least get you in the pga at in some form i think ben we're going to get in the afc brought fat but cast film critics association because he goes rather than you schlepping up to new york to see phantom threat or silence stories of which i find quite amusing in your podcast because if you pay like a hundred bucks a year you'll get all the screeners it's going to change your life the one thing the one thing i got to say about that because i've seen screeners before there's nothing like no you go into the theater to see especially something like phantom threats shot in the seventy millimeter it's beautiful as opposed to watching a dvd with a watermark on it on a stereo sound like what it's like it's essentially watching it on your phone you know so but but if you're just watching it to get another thing the i guess so but you're right you and i are peers there are certain films no matter what will go down dying arguing vehemently you've got to watch it on the silver screen so texts will be coming up at some point and i'll start watching all these movies for the greenwich film festival if you're in connecticut please come check us out june first at the film festival so for rick passmore dan stanford is currently busy in a meeting with his actual job i'm adnan virk thank you so much for listening we'll see you next time at the movies.
Adnan Syed of "Serial" podcast getting a new trial
"The recent snow and rain just a reminder be aware because more potholes could just keep popping up a new trial has been granted in the high profile murder case that was the center of the popular podcast cereal the maryland court of appeal ordered a new trial be granted for odd non siad it comes up for his crunch lawyers you a critical alibi witness was never used during his original trial so you end was charged with the murder of his high school girlfriend back in nineteen ninety nine his case has received a lot of attention since the serial podcast examined the case and casts doubt on his guilt back in two thousand fourteen it is five forty five former stylist who made a sexual misconduct claims against entertainment host ryan seacrest is now taking her story to the police the woman filed a police report in la this week according to hollywood reporter article that woman who was used to work as a stylist for seacrest says the host was inappropriate several times including slapping her behind and grinding against her seacrest has denied the claims and an investigation by e network did not find any evidence of misconduct back you're at home people living on the near east side have started a grassroots organization with the hopes of getting a historic bridge wjr rebuilt the members of pathways over poems says it's not about just improving the way it looks but eventually getting the rest of the pogues run trail finished the group has just two more months to raise thousands of dollars.
"Sopranos" prequel film, written by David Chase, could come to theaters
"Come out and quite yeah great but you've ever seen body parts never seen body from and you can't see yourself a movie expert for the podcast now dow greater pursuit of wild with this kind of a movie got we got a ton of calls for you so you're coming back for another segment plus we like you i love it can't wait done live our car is it fair to say that stu god's is trying very hard stone god's these easy don limits our show with they still god's on espn radio espn radio presented by progressive insurance guests on the dan laboratory show beer via the shell pennzoil performance line espn is your home for selection sunday twelve hours of coverage all throughout the espionage networks this sunday starting with college game they at eleven am eastern on espn and now you're sports on update the tennessee ties of told running back dimarco marco murray that he will be released cargo will sign a oneyear deal with the rockies and finally soprano showrunner david chase has struck a deal with new line to go into production on a film based on chase the screenplay for the sopranos prequel that takes place in the 1960s the film as the working title of the many saints of newark and many characters from the sopranos are expected to return based on time peered many are expecting the film will revolve around tony's father and uncle frothy lace headlines information tune into sports centre on espn radio all throughout the day two dollars you nailed the beginning of that then why them it is all laugh are you really dead by forgetting that you were up yes.
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Say some waiting in line michael keaton turns to me in says i thought he just said hey man and shook assume just being polite why quiz don't obviously he said hey adnan because he then turned to his wife and said oh he's a big movie guy ori are these sports but he's a big movie guy and he first sure then new i was i was convinced 'cause he said house cream doing and i'm like i didn't know and on on searching in my head frantically big dessert i know michael's of pittsburgh because i was about to bring up the pirates and who's of a baseball fan buses earn indiana linked to michael keaton to indiana does he know tom cream somehow like i passpart even and tell him we went to can't state now fate hits berg guys on the pittsburgh area went to can't state and i believe that that's like not the can stay connection but just that mid west breeze uk that might be where the connection okay mmhmm so he says how screener i guys right like he's up for those who have no time korean coach for the indiana and he's a terrific college passed by analysts who so funny and that's why said michaelides i know he's great opposite as a baseball game but in a funny was his guy eyes unbelievable that we start time with pirates because as i said i knew michaels a big parts vandalized obscenity trade amid caution is god's brutally no occur kohl's ghani goes you know that parka soberly is yes the best he goes i go it's so salad that park is unbelievable sebescen baseball and yet the source of century and everybody and then let michael keaton with his great conflict having says i was in such a good move before i start jacket knee a brave del this pirates but they did say hey i love john with neil everett because he was on ellie sports in her last summer promoting american assassin the michael was impressive remembered american assassin a guy i love that guy neels the buses death and i seraya picking up at of your time but i just want to say one more thing is yeah i said i love the movie game 6 nobody ever talks with isaac oh yeah game 6 use we made that move like a million bucks because that was.
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
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"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Go to i tuned and please give sinn of file a review i recommend a form it believes you can rank at a five stars and then please write some reviews i try to read them all i appreciate all of you do them rick pass for pass on a couple of year beantown 33 funding sincere nice to get a podcast that isn't cynical or soon to be fake and snobbery adnan clearly loves films gives you a great feel for the move though taking thirty minutes to do it definitely were subscribing to thank you sir and gend 19th 76 entertaining a passionate or the few jose could take on my beloved mike mike showcase roll up aren't i just listen the first three episodes in a file their excellent good mix of personal stories discussion of actors lifetime works and new mover views his passion for movies is clear so thanks so much for those reviews as dan had previously suggested review each segment if you like just my understanding is the more you review the more it helps us out subscribe unsafe scribe and then re subscribe it's not only my dream coming true your go the oscars for the second time but also danced answering officially say will be along for the party did you get a talks yet you're going to be there yeah black tux com never want talks my life kind of excited i guess i don't know yet what do i need to know how to i was gonna say i don't think you're alone because i'm with you on that i had never bought a tux part of last year as well and i'm seventy years old the new so i'll listen it's gonna be unbelievable event the biggest thing as i told you last year you just can't of your phone like it's gonna be so weird you just won't be able to take pictures stream video in like there's oscar police there but you're gonna wale the time you're a weddings you're already going to be in california and their wedding about one hundred miles east of la in palm springs i thought that was in florida it's in the la area who knew this um yeah so then all all drive there get my credential on friday drive back there sunday in now soon happened so the next.
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
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"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"He was so thoughtful and view give me movies the watch you let me uses screening room in new york and i remember it was my birthday and uh is he said he had a he had a mask of the road death and uh showme this beautiful version of the movie it was very touching to work with someone who loves movies them much and his has has been a protect europe's cinema for so long as it was it was one of the best experiences of my lawn last with nick uh adaptation that just a door that movie isn't curious which character was more fun to play charlie other brother um um you know it's it's a great question because when people talk about the movie and they and they say i really loved donald i get jealous i represent will donald i've i i thought it was charlie i don't even remember plain dumb so it's like i mean i don't know why then it just where i had a great time playing both of them but i i really connected with the charlie character and donnas almost like i know remember doing it all right so the great news is at the end of the interview nick smiles and says well how bad it how about the sports guy nor more bell film and all these other guys in the my guy yes well listen i still recording that would have been gold gonna run that is the open but it was really nice he goes no seriously 'cause nobody's mentioned bring out the dead to me in so long i love that they'll mimic nick i'm telling you i just watched again recently soulful different i mean it was really impact legal problem is people can think in another taxi driver a vehicle late at night written by schrader directed by square says he was different stories again and for sure and then i harassment call me over and its nick cages manager who said hey listen adnan letsie to get a card let's let's keep in touch go konta.
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Yeah no question that was one that you're right definitely have that supports the what was up next few well i saw a few films leading into sundance we can get to those later the next film chronologically that i saw in our weekend was sunday morning and it was a film called sorry to bother you with look keith stand pr armie hammer danny glover directed by boots riley now some backstory on this at sunday morning at nine am i'm moving in a little slow motion adnan as as we've heard is feeling under the weather i'm feeling under the weather for other reasons and it's sunday morning at nine a ever hail mariah mom because she's from utah that wasn't so like you know till monday a sunday morning not rise mom was not out with us saturday night update abbott i just uh but but but sorry to bother you it's a press screening figure everybody you'll get a seat now we come to find out there might be some confusion with which badge adnan has he signed up for pay no attention that man behind the curtain you'll get and it's fine it's fine it's fine and sure enough adnan is the last person in the theater they closed the door on him he can hear the opening credits the sundance teaser that runs before every movie and here i am thinking to myself our god here's this guy he's left his family he's got he's sleeping in a bunk bed he's got every type of disease in his throats and he's just trying to get in to see this movie at nine a could please movie god's please shine a light on parks and sure enough the the gates open an incomes adnan just as the film starts and the film is the craziest piece is insane horrible movie you will ever see in your life it goes in the howard the duck category it goes in the cloud atlas box sets i mean this is complete gobbledygook you did a better job at dinner talking about it than i did so i'll let you try to come with the summary all i know is that in the third actors an army of horror school that.
"adnan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
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