20 Burst results for "Aghanistan"

"aghanistan" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"He has at how cheap he has his great little monologue. Though about how you know it doesn't matter if it was Afghanistan Aghanistan and he's like pointing to Mike as Vietnam or Korea. He's like it's all unsanctioned shit. It's it's insane. He goes off on this all these like they. Don't give a fuck about you care about anyone who's fucking desperate enough to enlist in this and they will explore you and they will fuck you when they will fuck you. They will but I mean which is a great message but but also he's a fucking raving lunatic so it's kind of like a mixed message like are we seeing people like this are crazy or wire I think when we started reveals that he's actually really not raw he's not wrong but he's also not like super crazy. He's living in the woods and he's this little offer these bombing post offices were making jokes but he's not drinking pissing union. This show no real WANNA see that he's not bombing post office he's bombing his own land. Yes god-given given rent the we're going to get to a right now. It's incredible so he's a nice little. This is like the most acting Gerard. Butler does this. Entire franchise is also because he's got some good actors in this movie but usually it's just like I be headaches at all. No Mr President. Yeah over and over again but this is awesome. Aww Dad you're left me when I was just a we lied. I mean he's lying in Scotland. So what grow I left you at Scotland for five years. So you've got that accident that you came back I would like to live yeah. The bears raised tried. I'd Wow I a campsite that was.

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Tear Down This Wall: Tipping Points

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Tear Down This Wall: Tipping Points

"This first episode of a four part series marking the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. We examine the conventional wisdom that the I cracks in it appeared a long way away in a ruinous war in Afghanistan malfunctioning nuclear plant in Ukraine. This is the foreign desk. It's partially about the Aghanistan. But it's partially more about the kind of discussions people are having about institutions inside which you weren't supposed to look so the military leterrier was one of those. The military was sacred military defeated the Nazis. The military was the defender of the Soviet order. And suddenly you have very public discussions about that was a little risque at the extensive research. Shaw it was a bizarre situation where Cold War was still going on and foreign governments the governments of the NATO countries that were warning me and people around me on how I should behave and protect ourselves in our own Goldman and I saw somebody. Reading is best German newspaper bid side and I said to my at my partner into Cau- aw look somebody reading side and it was really something extraordinary and immediately drove to British and really really it has become commonplace to compare the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan John in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine to the United States long misadventure in Vietnam which had only ended for years beforehand. Both was exacted. A terrible ribble cost in lives and money abroad both undermined faith in government at home and both ended in humiliation but was the confrontation between the Red Army and Afghan Mujahideen armed with American weapons really as is often suggested the climactic battle of the Cold War. This was Leonard. Leonard Brezhnev's Soviet leader at the time when invading Afghanistan still seemed like a good idea. Would the party today strongly tastes the following principle fully words. I'm evaluates the unfolding situation and in consultation with the government of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan Ghanistan the Soviet leadership taken the following decision which I am officially announcing today. Kalinowski is a professor first of Eastern European studies at the University of Amsterdam and the author of along good by the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. Tamie picks up the story story in March nineteen seventy-nine there's an uprising in the city of Herat and the Afghanistan's socialist who are in power. Ask them to intervene. Intervene and the and the Soviets think about it and basically say no and if you look at why they say no. It's quite interesting. Because they are quite aware that it's GonNa make relations with the West more difficult it's GonNa make relations with the Soviet Union's allies in the developing world problematic. They're worried about as they put having to fight the Afghan population and so on so they actually reject the idea march. I think what happens. By December is that they lose hope of the the government in Kabul actually being able to control the situation without Soviet help the fact that the communists are sort of killing each other but I think what really worries them is that a CIA can take advantage of the broad background to that of course is they're looking at deteriorating relations relations with the US already they're looking at the revolution in Iran. They're thinking okay you know. The Americans are getting beaten in Iran. They're going to try to look for a way to compensate. They're they're going to do that in Afghanistan so basically I think what happens by December nineteen seventy-nine as they think they have no other choice unlike the US in Vietnam the USA in Afghanistan was not troubled by a free press asking questions but not even the USSR could hide everything forever. We've had this justification for the the last six seven years about why we're in there. We can't just pull out right. We have to explain to people buyer pulling out now. Was it doing damage to the Soviets. Sure they were losing people will and they were spending money on it. But proportional to how large the Soviet military is and the kind of resources that it's used to spending. It's actually fairly small. I I think the bigger issue for Gorbachev one is that it's not improving especially by nineteen eighty six eighty seven. He's convinced that it's not going to get better and to is that. He sees that is an obstacle to better relations with other countries with countries in the Middle East and awesome first and foremost of course the United States. And that's as big a

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"aghanistan" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

PhotoBiz Xposed

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

"Most of them say new, I love everything some of them will say alight the one hundred you know, I am new in for my Pinski paver. And I asked her I should. So not involve them in need who saves by jewel was worn than week. It depends on what your dogs like were nature you dogs if I can get I won't force. It don't do. Set or seen in they happened to be happy to try and Alton right got. So let's say I'm interested. I love what I say of giving you all the right signals at the shopping stand, and you go to book me, and you said sometimes you have offers like the shopping, I'm guessing at the shopping center. So I'm going to get a free shoot. I'm not going to get a discount. What am I going to get as an offer? Get nothing away treasury. Might come. It may look light. You'll get no bring and I use a ruler bombers as well loads. At depends on the show MSN dog show or vans dog vein or shopping or whatever. But one of my most popular banners who the Vance is twenty five percent discount. If you shoot today when it say impending, then so at one six five shoot will become one to be hectic that it had to dock day and a half said that people people away, and you come and you for me next week is going to be one six five you have to Bill today to get twenty five percent. And it's the impending obey time. Rotter time. That's a discount off the session for you. Only not off the products at the end, I get notice kind of firms Radici now just a China tax lightly. I mean you booking two sessions awake. He's at because Amana obviously is much goes into the shoots in the editing. But with the Scottish weather that many have got leaving yourself spice to reschedule if you do get a run of bad, weather, or what happens if someone does have to reschedule. Well, most people don't ring schedule. I mean, I'm saying change shoots. I'm actually had three this weekend writing Saturday on Sunday. I mean, that's just the way it was an Purdue get rain doll than we've scheduled for outreach a lot of editing days for me. So there is always a space to be Arkansas by Senator date. Another should basically reschedule in saying that this she has been very contest so far. I mean, it's positively bombing. It's like meal. So allow mate not continued. But yeah, I mean, the toxin rescheduled sale are tonight that was a client coming back into remedies. Emmy, she came on three what was after she liked what seven so I was quite a long sale, but she was in January when we do and we did copy outdoor shoot did only endured car and then the heavens open. So we had to reschedule the other half of outdoor ship, which isn't a problem. I mean, thankfully Jones Aghanistan or so own involves and she came on Monday moment. So that what's in will? And that was about four weeks ago and unnecess- her back to buy images today. So at that point with this particular client, you don't tend to decide look I've got plenty in. I've got the door shoot. The first half of that. I've got the indoor that there's going to be plenty to choose from. Now to get them Edwards. Then I'll give them the though samples that's what they paid for that swimming extent. And so that's what the archive. So this lady comes on guessing, I think you said light because you ends a dance to you. She comes back. Did you say three and a half or three and a quarter hour sil- station. Yeah. Yeah. That's quite normal. Wow. Okay. So let's say about headlines schnauzer Roxy photographed by you had a great value shouted and screamed at me, did you did you fade me at all? I was there for five hours. Well, I mean, it's normally between three and five years again, depending on the dog, you know, but yeah, we're cutting machines hosue here number one client, violet and who walks. I mean. Yeah, they get wilting here of your life. And then argues, I scheduled my Siles appointment will you schedule with me immediately after the shoot is that is that how ready happened yet, though, the minute should come the finishes.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Think batch Aghanistan also says Rhode Island's mayors warn that a labor back Bill that's moving through the general assembly could blow up their budgets Governor Raimondo yesterday said that they need to quote do their jobs instead at the bargaining table and look for concessions from public employee unions. In an interview yesterday. Ramon does said she's quoted leaning towards signing a Bill that would keep municipal contracts in effect indefinitely, but would meet with mayor's soon to let them plead their case. But if you already leaning towards it, what are they going to do are they going to influence you asked whether or not this takes away the mayor's leverage to force concessions, and it could be costly. The governor said mayors should work harder bike she does to protect the taxpayers. She said that's the job of your mayor and your city council. Their job is to go. She ate at the table for whenever concessions unnecessary. So she noted that she vetoed. The continuing contracts Bill for mayors. The last time that lawmakers passed it, but this time she's leaning towards signing it she said that she said that local leaders have to do more on there and walk and they do that. If you take leverage away from them. I guess the big question as she also seems to be at odds with Bora Ville over the second amendment sanctuary resolution. Here's Bill ramp from NBC ten girls, a peaceful place. There's no gang bangers hanging on the corner. Corner. There's lots of tractors in this town and people who play with guns, you know, we've multiple venues that are popular shooting areas and Burrillville. We got a lot of people that like to do sport shooting and targeting, and so there's a lot of people feel very strongly about not having the second amendment rights. A French is enough of a concern that the town council unanimously passed a resolution to make Berle quote second amendment sanctuary town. We feel very comfortable that what we have is fine. It's the fact that others think they know better. And it's the progressives. I think that they know better than us what our constitutional rights should be relative to the second amendment. We're not buying it. But no matter what resolutions the Berle town council passes here, Governor Gina. Raimondo says the laws of Rhode Island. We'll still apply if they disagree with my position, go lobby at the state house the right way to do. This is to go lobby at the state house, but to secede from Rhode Island in our laws is not an appropriate response. And police are sworn to enforce the laws on the books. Not the resolutions of town councils were hoping that other you know, other communities probably along the western side of the state look at this and say, we might do that too. Gloucester's town council is now said it is ready to vote on its own second amendment sanctuary resolution spill ramp.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The number one podcast apple podcast. I mean, I would have him on his a guest not this week. But, you know, future down the road if I could fit. All right. You're going to negotiate this stuff stand. Give us a minute on Anthony Davis does the league need to force the pelicans to play him. No. I think it's ridiculous. I really do. Because guys sit guys out for rest all the time because they determine that's what's best for their team. I think that Adam handled that whole thing. Well and encourage people to do better in terms of playing people for the sake of the fans. But also understanding in the long run teams have to do what's best for them. There is no world in which them playing in that. He Davis is better for them. I mean, the guy doesn't wanna be there. He's not committed them. Winning more games drives down their chances of getting a higher draft pick. You know, there's just if he gets hurt he loses trade value. I mean, there's nothing but negatives for New Orleans to play him right now. They're team clearly isn't buying into the whole thing in motivated. They're playing awful. I mean, there's no reason to be sending him out there. I think it's ridiculous that the league strong on minimum. Let me understand something. Here those stand because I would say, and you're right that it's hard to make any arguments on who this helps to play him. But when you're running a legitimate professional business, and you're paying a human being to draw crowds in a city that has notoriously struggled. To support that franchise that is required. Commissioner intervention like you might want to not continue to betray the people of New Orleans emotionally by denying them the last few days of the only star they've had like, I get everything you're saying, but that that part of it is I understand why the league would be like, hey, let's not bleep the people of New Orleans Aghanistan ably, though, it's a little different when the player comes out and says, I don't want to be here. Right. I mean, you have Dan he gets hurt a lot Anthony Davis. I don't see the point. I'm would stand on. But that's what I'm saying stands argument is sound there are very few benefits. But what about that one stand? You're running a business in New Orleans. You've got paying customers you've.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm Rachel Martin the US ambassador to Russia. Jon Huntsman has been allowed to visit the American citizen now detained in Moscow. His name is Paul Whalen. He is a former marine who was taken into custody last week during what Russia claims was an act of espionage secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the US is still waiting for details about the charges against him. We've made clear to the Russians our expectation that we will learn more about the charges come to understand what it is. He's been accused of. And if the detention is not appropriate. We will demand is immediate return. Joining us now from Moscow reporter Charles means who's been covering this Charles, thanks for being here. What can you tell us about this meeting between the US ambassador, Jon Huntsman, and Paul Whalen? What was communicated between the two men? Do. We know. Well, what we know is from the State Department, actually. Yeah. They confirmed that ambassador Huntsman met with mister wheel on in prison. This is this is their prison in Moscow with a long history holding let spies political prisoners during the Soviet period. Huntsmen express support offered the embassy's assistance. He also spoke by telephone with Mr. Wilson's family. But in the interest of privacy, they're providing new details. I'm charges or circumstances of the arrest and also pointed out that there's no questions as to flake access to Whalen. Of course, he was arrested on December twenty eighth and usually you get quicker access to something like that. Wieland's family rejects this whole thing they say, they don't believe he's a spy they insist he was in Moscow for a wedding. We are also getting more details about his past, including a complicated history with the US military. What can you tell us? That's right. Yeah. This is a former marine tours in Iraq and two thousand four and two thousand six hundred released his service records, and they showed that he was convicted in two thousand eight of a court martial on charges related to me. And given a bad conduct discharge after his military career. Law enforcement mister women. Most recently been working on this is a Michigan based company that does propulsion systems for clients and offices in in China Asia, but not in Russia, but that's just the way I'm actually traveled quite frequently family since about two thousand seven and. He was in town for a wedding dependents. Is the Russian the Russian government staying sort of hush hush on this. Or are they out there? Trying to frame their own version of events. The aren't pretty quiet on it. But I think for good reason, it's the holiday cheer. So this is sort of the Grand National funder after new years. It's really gonna open up for a few days. Still did however reports in the Russian media. This is from all spoke, this is an independent newspaper. That's quite well sourced with the F SP. And they today issued a story provided some details and Mr. balance arrest Aghanistan office be sourcing the he was caught essentially was seeking a flash drive. It contained the names for the Russian intelligence agents Metropole hotel room. That's downtown Housego. The problem is it's got the flash drive in two thousand eighteen you know, did Mr. willing even know was on it and the whole thing she comes of aid for made for TV. So I think we're waiting for that to appear on state television here. Okay. Reporter Charles Maine's with the latest there in Moscow. Thanks so much. Thank you. Net has pulled an.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Special air mission forty one about to be on its way. I'm Lisa Brady. Fox news. That's the special name given to Air Force One to carry the body. A former president George H W Bush on his final trip to Washington. A departure ceremony. Just held at Ellington field in Houston with military honors including a twenty one gun salute. Alliance state at the US capitol from later today until Wednesday morning and be buried Thursday at the Bush library center in Texas. Members of the Bush family are traveling with the casket today, including former President George W Bush and sully the service dog who was with the forty first president for the final few years of his life will be on the plane as well he'll be given to Walter Reed medical center to continue as service dog for other veterans the deadly crash of a bus carrying a school sports team in Arkansas remains under investigation. Fox's Jeff monosso has this live. Lisa Arkansas state police say one child has died at least forty five other children and adult chaperones are hurt after the charter bus. They were in veered off interstate thirty near Benton overnight and flipped over these injuries are scattered across about four hospitals and the central Arkansas area. SP spokesman Bill Sadler. The bus carrying a youth football team from Dallas home to Memphis. We're told I thirty around the crash site mile marker near one eleven is back open. The bus driver. Lisa is being questioned. Thanks, Jeff one of the American soldiers wounded in a roadside bomb attack and Afghanistan last week has died. Twenty-four-year-old sergeant Jason the clarity from export Pennsylvania. The Pentagon confirming the fourth death from the attack today. It was already the deadliest attack for the US military and Aghanistan.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rail against the caravan of Central American migrants that he's deploying the military to try to stop. Men and women of our military are better for President Obama campaign for Democrats in Indiana, then Illinois you can vote. Politics that is decent. Politics, politics that tries to do people. Democrats are hopeful they could win back the house and even the senate's ready to do this. Beto O'Rourke trying to pull off an upset and unseated Republican Senator Ted Cruz in Texas where there's been record early voting, but Republicans are trying to flip several other seats from democrat and increased their majority Iran's foreign ministry says reimposed US sanctions are nothing new and they've dealt with worse. However neurons president says his country is facing a war situation with these heavy sanctions being reimposed in its military is now conducting air defense drills, the timing of these sanctions is no coincidence. A Sunday marked the thirty ninth anniversary of Iran seizing the US embassy in Tehran in thousands of Iranian celebrated Sunday with mini chanting death to America in burning American flags in flags of Israel. The FOX's GARRETT'S any new sanctions targeting Iran's, financial and energy sectors. The way countries are getting a waiver will still be able to get oil from Iran. The remains of the soldier killed Saturday in an insider attack Aghanistan will be flown back to the US today. Brent Tanner was the mayor of north Ogden Utah who took a year long leave flood with the national guard. This is FOX. It's news. All money managers may seem pretty much the same..

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"aghanistan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Eight sixty AM The Answer. It is the Michael Medved Show. Little stone. Temple pilots never bad idea here on a Tuesday or any other day September twenty five two thousand eighteen we've got some the cable news channels have been going nuts after after the Cosby Cosby Aghanistan understands a big story. But it's like they can't stop themselves. And I got a piece of audio to share. But the little snippets of things hop in front of my face. My share this take thirty seconds. It's news about something. Very important food quick. When's the last time you went to a Dunkin donuts into a Dunkin donuts, maybe you were at one this morning, maybe Dunkin donuts part of the part of the American experience for decades and decades and decades. Well, you won't be going there for long. No, they're they're they're not closing. They're not shutting down. They are changing the name. To you're ready. Dunkin. I think it's because they want they're really emphasizing coffee like who doesn't know that you get coffee at a Dunkin donuts where does the dunking take place where does the Dunkin happen if not a doughnut into coffee, but no, I I guess it's the same kind of remember Kentucky Fried Chicken, you'd never see those words on the side of the building anymore. Now. It's the very very. KFC like like, you don't know what the c stands for Sony soon enough. They'll be Rippin the letters, and it'll just be Dunkin. Okay. We covered all here on the Michael Medved Show. Gave him on the filling. Guys, you hear Mark Davis with you from sixty AM the answer. Okay. Here is speaking of DFW where I am. This is a local woman named yo to all the issue is a criminal defense attorney. And she was on CNN. They just can't stop themselves. They can't here's Bill Cosby getting what seems like a just reckoning for his bad actions, and the left cannot remotely figure how someone can approve of the kospi sentencing and let this evil Brett cavenaugh go MS to all the floor is yours. Throwing the Twitter, and I'm looking at people actually saying applauding the judge in the Senate and then in the same breath wanting to defend Cavanaugh. And it's disturbing to me. Because again, like I said, this is a monumental defining moment this week when you have someone like Cosby going to prison and then in the same breath having cavenaugh possibly going to the highest court in the land. And so anyone that's defending Cavanaugh could not in the same breath. Now applaud this jury for this this birdie that the judge handed down in the same. It just doesn't make any sense. Well, as the things that don't make sense, ma'am. It just goes to prove that getting a law degree is hard. To go to pre law, and then law school, you gotta have brain cells for that. And just goes to show that some people who have in fact done that can still say things that are monumentally stupid. This is a logical flaw that that that fifth grader can figure out. That's a myth of equivalency. Of course, you can approve of the Cosby sentencing and approve of Kavanagh's ascendancy to the supreme court because shocker they're different cases, the evidence against Cosby is vast the evidence against Cavanaugh is absent there is none various zero. Boy. Gloria Allred and a couple of accusers couple of months ago..

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Amid outrage over Woodward book, Trump comments on libel laws

Kilmeade and Friends

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Amid outrage over Woodward book, Trump comments on libel laws

"Now this outrage over the Woodward book that's going to be a real well selling book, Trump comments at comments on libel laws. He wants to change the laws. He says we're gonna take a look at those laws. There are already laws that punish people for telling untruths about someone. But. Even if you change the laws chances are if you're telling the truth, it's about someone. That's that's a defense. I mean, maybe the president wants to change the law. So that you can't say anything bad about anyone even if it is true. Which would mean, you could not say anything bad about President Obama? Without being subject to the lawsuit that but the president of what maybe it is.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on First Things First

"Can he produce the type of productivity that he had last, we saw flashes from him last year. We saw some great stuff out of him as far as yards per catch, big plays. He did something ended a regular season last year. He campaigned into the television for a Probo, but he had almost thousand yards not a lot of optics on him. He made enough big place to be able to keep the jets. Surprisingly. That's how the jet surprise people in one early in the season when they were a team that we were discussing before the year with our guy pep who's a jets fan, and they won promise him saying that I did see with the jets in talking to Todd Bowles, and they're putting a lot of resources in the rob Aghanistan and his growth. He had off season. This year that he is clearing up, the jets are very, very comfortable. The NFL is still investigating and haven't had some type of ruling. But in the team meeting that I was a part of. I saw him sitting next to Josh mccowan and Sam darnold, and he realizes who Sam is and him, and Sam has started this relationship, but for to see him trying to become a student trying to change what the optics and what people see him to be because the altercation he was in this off season, it was disturbing, but he's trying to grow himself. He's trying to grow his reputation and we're gonna, give them benefited other doubt. But if he can produce on the level that he produced last year over the course of sixteen game, I think tomorrow we're going to do a segment on breakout players guys under the radar. A Robbie Anderson will be in those players. So let's about him for an circle back because how it applies, Sam darnold people didn't follow the off season thing. I don't want people to think who's accused of domestic violence or something like that. Yeah, he was easy an incident where he was pulled over and allegedly said some really nasty things to a police officer. And so that's why it was jarring because the language he used, but he wasn't accused of using a weapon. On anybody, something like that. But and so the league's looking into it on his end, he's a guy that was an undrafted kid out of temple who all of a sudden was making some spectacular catches last year with poor quarterback, play to another guy from temple. The head coach, the head coach, Todd, he's taking a personal interest in developing rob. And so why? Why would we spend this much time talking about this player? Because we know darnold doesn't have a good offensive line, right? And just period point blank. I, I also have real questions about who they're tight end is going to be..

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"aghanistan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on KOMO

"Park I think is perfect going there and having some place to go in Chester flagged. On memories those memories still mean. So much when you, think about what do you think about her smiley face Live life. Everyday to the fullest keep going. Along path to peace, paved with the love these three left behind Dismiss them. Every day in Mukilteo Gabe Cohen KOMO news a deal involving Facebook and discrimination over ads about jobs and housing as we hear from ABC's Chuck Sivertsen legally binding agreement between. Facebook and Washington state, requires, the social, media giant to stop enabling advertisers to. Discriminate in who sees their ads because categories like race ethnicity sexual orientation and religion. Would, be against federal law. Facebook says it's, already been doing so since April under pressure from. Civil rights activists again that's ABC's Chuck's Iverson, KOMO news time ten eighteen rival. Rian generals discuss easing military confrontation these are your world. Headlines from ABC news In the DMZ for the talks the head of the South Korean delegation says the two sides have agreed on a. Number of measures to ease military tensions and build trust meeting, comes days after the north returned the remains of US war dead also up for discussion, pulling some guard posts away from the DMZ a roadside bomb. Struck a passenger bus in western Aghanistan killing, at least. Eleven including, women and children Malaysia civil aviation chief has resigned after an investigation. Highlighted shortcomings in the air traffic control centre during flight three seventy s disappearance four years ago and archaeologists say a third century sarcophagus found in Germany contained the remains of. A young Roman woman, who, was buried, along with perfume bottles and a mirror. I'm Tom rivers at the ABC news foreign desk in London firefighters in northern California. Say, they are making progress. Of the giant, wildfire burning around Redding but figures from that fire. Get more grim all the time the number Keep going up eight hundred, eighteen homes. And over a thousand buildings in total have been destroyed on this fire almost all burned several days ago but damage, assessment teams are just now getting into count the burned buildings the car fire has become the seventh most destructive wildfire in California history last October's firestorm.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Breaking news center I'm rusty Mellberg a silver alert has been canceled for Deborah birth hold Milwaukee police announcing moments ago that she was found in the. Area sixty third and blue mount this evening and has been returned to hear caregivers and ammonia continues to be investigated at the birds eye food plant in Darien the wall where county sheriff's office saying the league taking place early this morning with one hundred and forty employees inside fifteen of them were transported. To local hospitals for treatment while seventy five others were treated and released, on site the investigation continues into what caused. The leak and the plant remains closed but there is no danger to the community it turned out to be just a brief scare a patient in Colorado, who was taken. To Denver health Sunday morning was evaluated for. Potential case of Ebola but all, care, but, I'll test Came back negative the patient who's in fair condition was taken. To the hospital's. Isolation unit out of abundance of caution Connie prices. The chief medical officer Denver health patient symptoms correct present a variety of common illnesses the patient in question had reported being an area of the Congo. On a medical missionary trip but he was in a location where the outbreak had recently been officially declared over a man is dead after he was struck by a passing train in Marshfield late today police say emergency responders were unable to revive the man a preliminary investigation found the man accidentally wins in. Front of the train as it began to pass by police say the, train's horn did sound and the lighting and. Sounds for the train crossing arms were activated a teenage girl who has become a symbol of the Palestinian resistance to the Israeli occupation is now at home, after spending eight. Months in prison Ahead to Mimi had kicked and. Slapped to, Israeli soldiers, during protests last year the incident was filmed. By her mother went viral on social media we get more from CBS news as Jonathan big a lotta her, prison sentence drew heavy criticism from, groups Aghanistan international who argued miners shouldn't be imprisoned for such cases Israeli officials have said the sentence reach through plea deal was lenient considering the crime sports traffic and weather next WTMJ.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on Masters in Business

"The field Aghanistan Elizabeth wanted a never ends up happening and wait. Wait, wait, wait, why would she wanna live? Is she still under the allusion? This damn thing works it. Like how delusional is she? She thinks that it sort of works and then the knee end few tweaks right that. We'll iterative and and basically what she has her eyes on is to she has her eyes on the potentially huge new revenue stream that a contract with the Pentagon of Koi would bring and she has her eyes on the validation of theranos that she would get by by virtue of being a supplier of this technology to the Pentagon. And what year is this? This is two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen. So when did the Safeway and the Walgreen's deals fall apart? So the Walgreens deal only fell apart after my revelations and it took fifteen, not even two thousand sixteen really. I mean it fell apart and steps, but they really you know, ended the whole thing in two thousand sixteen. I think it was the the summer of two thousand six, three hundred million dollar offer whatever it was. It was one hundred forty million that okay, Walgreens put in theranos but I mean, what about the renovate? Who did the big rig. Renovation was Safeway Safeway loaned their nose thirty million, but on on the side. In addition to that loaned it renovated, these these clinics inside it's supermarkets and about eight hundred of its supermarkets in anticipation of, you know, having the thoroughness technology offered there and that renovation cost three hundred and fifty million dollars. So at least they got new painting. Carpet is amazing. The other two before it gets in my standard questions. The other two. Sort of frauds that that stood out that was surprising. One was the Johns Hopkins letter. They write it to explain the the fo endorsement rate. So she goes to Walgreens, has hired Johns Hopkins as sort of a consultant as it's beginning to set up this partnership with theranos. And so in, I believe it's may of two thousand ten Elizabeth, and her boyfriend sunny Goto, the Johns Hopkins campus to meet with several Hopkins officials among them, laboratory scientists, and they come with what is then the Edison, the black and white device. And they come with binders full of data and they explain, you know what the device does, and they show these binders with these graphs that show, you know, it's basically a a diagonal line that shows very tight. Correlation between the data from the theranos tests and regular technology with, you know, regular Venus draws and that was a scam also, and that was his Cam. Those were fake graphs and fake data, but they met for a couple of hours. And you know the the meeting at their noses requests gave rise to two page letter, not even two pages a page and a half, which was essentially a summary of the meeting minutes from the meeting saying this meeting happened and you know what they're no says described. Sounds interesting. And by the way, there's like small boiler plate. The end of the second letter saying, you know, this is in no way endorsement by Johns Hopkins of of any fairness technology. And she then uses this over the ensuing two or three years to claim that theranos technology has been independently verified and validated by the Johns Hopkins School of medicine, and everyone falls for it. Nobody calls up Johns Hopkins. And says, it seems this is a stunning thing time and time and time. Again, there are these statements made these claims. Nobody does due diligence. Nobody sees the technology. Nobody sees the actual well open up the machine. I can't like I would have wanted to why the VC's walked because you have to show us this money is not. This isn't a negotiating tactic. It's it's show at us or we're out because that's how we run. Yeah, the one of the Hopkins lab scientists who attended this meeting back in spring of two thousand ten. At the end of the meeting said to Elizabeth, you know, this is all well and good, but you know, for us to really do rigorous verification, you would need to send us one of your devices. Either you could leave this one or ship another one of them to us and then a wanna have it in my lab for several months and put it through its pace way through its paces and compare it with the the diagnostic equipment that I have my lamp. And so. Encouraged her to do that. And she said she would..

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A cold the top years ago my uncle left a baseball signed by the entire red sox team and he left it behind to my brothers but every brother that got married left it behind and i ended up with it and i still have it in my deal in and they they suck okay but it's i need to know what year it's really fun i i i i know a little bit about it but it is signed by the red sox team which includes harry again as throw jackie jensen ted williams i i'm not looking at the ball but i just remember years of looking at enormous zachary during the fifties i don't know what year the fifties you're in the fifties came i do know that and by the way like you know to and you're a few stuff's on it well you know what is it sounds like it's nineteen fifty five and anything harry aghanistan's good money and again depending on condition from five hundred twenty five hundred wow okay yeah i knew i knew it was a main sicker on it i know that and i do my my uncle was always into the boston sports teams and somehow we always knew them all and one day he just showed up and i was probably like four years old at the time and i don't remember it by that just remember seeing them as a ball for years and years and every brother that got married left behind and i was the last one to get married so i took it nice thank you very much what if you got that used to belong to pump sea green a ball went up there and it went out on the roof and the first thing i do is get out of my seat and i was a bunch of kids asking bit but i don't wanna.

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‘So Many Bodies’: Bomber Kills Dozens Signing Up to Vote in Kabul

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

‘So Many Bodies’: Bomber Kills Dozens Signing Up to Vote in Kabul

"This kid was innocent what was she guilty of she was killed today in this attack these people call themselves muslims on such muslims call tonight did look this this is a voting color which is grounded and blunt who come to vote when the government asks us to well the afghan president ashraf ghani has said such atrocities will not succeed in weakening the democratic process several polling centres have been attacked since voter registration began a week ago for elections in october regina brahimi is a spokesman for afghanistan's chief executive abdullah abdullah and has been speaking to the bbc the main objective of terrorist groups including taliban daishin your athletes are to disrupt the election process they tried to prevent the continuity of the democratic process in afghanistan people of on have halford in at the same time they have the experience of this insecurity and terrorist attacks for the last seventeen years they are resilient and pretty determined to go ahead with the democratic process despite these security incidents around the country well i spoke to the bbc's e zara who went the site of the attack it's a very crowded area four story building all the windows were broken and it's an area which has two high schools very close by which as a result of today's attack many kids and women have also been killed there were still angry people who were asking me while you're not reporting the right figure because the government is keeping the figure of casualties very low so it was a scene of carnage and islam excites have claimed responsibility for this attack when we hear these kind of tax in afghanistan we maybe i'll i ascension is that it is the taliban how strong is islam states presence in this particular part of aghanistan this is west of kabul where the majority of the population is shia and hussars islamic state has taken responsibility of money attacks in this part of kabul in the last few months through the winter there have been many attacks on shia mosques cultural centers political gatherings islamic state is obviously not.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Communities uh there's lots of distractions including cellphone use which as you know i have a strong take on the dirty little secret is that built within these administrations staffs our salaries that are in no way appropriate given the challenges of the budgets that the school districts deal with and that's something that we hear about every year from every school district across the state we don't have any money but the dirty little secret is they find money to pay administrators and this is just one example a big glaring example a hundred and fifteen thousand dollars was found in a very challenging budget year for mps when they say they don't have enough roof a enough resources for classrooms and teachers and all the things that are actually doing the teaching leadership is great and there's a reason why we have administration staff in place but i tell us the listeners the goal look at the salaries of administrative staff within any sculptures at your school district and another's surrounding areas school district and tell me if those salaries are justified and ina i've heard for people will say well they appeared sneeze and nothing about the superintendents most superintendents at aghanistan already are happy hd is off lean education but i'm probably should have some examples where they they're not an education do i need twelve or fifteen people with an administrative staff to have ph ds and am i going to pay because they have that absolutely not that silly that's not leadership what's the point of getting a high degree if it's not if you want to get a high degree wanna be a phd and you're not superintendent that's opportunity to move and be a superintendent put yourself out there but i'm not going to pay you just based on the fact that you're phd because frankly the taxpayers can't afford it that's not the way you run school district's when i love everybody to be a phd if i didn't have to pay for it sir apps absolutely but.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"I will say this they're going to do a slight shift from the big vulnerable rant and i'm going to show the big baltic i think you guys harvey really harsh wet lock led by ib that might have some guys who are actually in the nba russell westbrook paul george and now low the thunder big three still haven't figured it out bruce are losing last night in off four dance dropping to twelve and fourteen charlotte's bad to after the game paul george see more than a little frustrated there's no panic mode we we we have to stop me better this is spruce skin to a point where does this we we we can allow ourselves to be at this point no we could we could say we we will figure it out we've said all that with so points got stop wedlock time to blow up the big three in okc is time for building dominant go back to college basketball it's time for carmelo anthony to go to the bench and it's time for paul george to be dealt a team is trying to win a championship how the okay three can't is just not gonna working chris the we're all of maybe not mcintyre but george aghanistan doctor jay tried to play together and say philadelphia and it just they were much credited nece don't worry they finals barkley and scottie pippen that one the clashed in yeah these guys are in their prime yes i i'm i'm with you look billy donovan heat as they have i don't believe the strong enough personality to put melo on the bench melo does need to go the benson is fifteen here but is billy donovan strong enough to go ahead and do that or is this strong enough to say to them look the way we've been doing it is now working everybody going i so plan wanna one this is how we need to play let's get it done i don't think he's going to do that so to your point maybe you need to get him out of their paul george i would give it to the first week of january me.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"I woke up to an ira to clean comics there was bill cosby and brian regan a and those two guys never curse tugay anything blue and or the funniest people i think on the face of the earth i really really do and now you see cosby kinda is doing that stuff the democrat aghanistan got his sex life i'm whatever you don't wanna know about it it's kinda like you never wanna know your parents are having sex here you know what i think about bill cosby drug it a woman prey and taken advantage of these looked at he said he was a news is that wholesome figure nobody in real life had a dad that wholesome yeah you know so you had it in your head and you find that he was a bigger dirtbags and have the people i hang out with believable it's unreal that is a matter of those guy alex nothing said you really do great and clinton number six i'll recap as a gay marriage it was approved across the entire united states kid davis is specially was a court employee who would use scale refuse to issue marriage licenses to get a individuals ramon four times our transfer hypocrites iran denied i i love her i will say this that somebody like that married four times got pregnant by cheating on one of her husband's name she's going to see the gay marriage is wrong the that's what 2015 winds up to the i don't think they're matters you matters that an adulterous woman who gets pregnant and blames the one guy a father who's not henin says well you are doing subong stuff how 'bout you shut your mouth as the i medical love love it's hypocritical i think she's an absolute idiot in why would she even bother i mean she has for her because she was married so many times so so watch merit so many times i think she's an absolute idiot to have these views that she shia yell at so worrying i don't really think about it yeah no who cares about that but when you then refuse marriage licenses to jay individuals when it's legal the that's i it's ridiculous said she would to.

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"aghanistan" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"aghanistan" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"So i think she's gotta be charged that she's going to be arrested and charged a and i don't know if you charge the photographer to i if if it's just her and she put it on her twitter feed she disseminated attor her so i guess discharge or i i don't know but you can't do this and and and not be charged you can't imagine if that was our first black president head fake head amadou i've been at the the world would be like screaming and condemning but right now it's as whilst donald trump's and she's kathy griffin and this is not okay well now she's released a statement and i think she literally now aghanistan cooper call her up and said because you know she does the new year's eve special on time and said you're you're you have to immediately you're debt you're toast you don't don't player i think some other people told us that our legal folks said you're going to get charged in so she came out with no makeup on looking much worse than she'd normally looks trying to get us to discuss how she sounds like a child she sounds like a child a contrite child who now hopes that she won't get any trouble and we'll have to pay the ultimate price which i think she's going to have to pay that he or she is right now want to play this for you to whip tom executive producer chris you're going to hold it okay are we i'll play soccer right now and we'll play the rest when we get back house that here we go we had the griffin everybody me griffin i sincerely apologise i'm just asking the reaction is images comic i crossed the line on the line than across the irony pause we're about half way through the apology apply all become a few next and i'll tweet it to follow me on twitter chris rock show that's actress so does this do it for you now a fullfrontal ever apology the media doesn't in any way shape for to me she's still going to be prosecuted i'm not i'm not trying to be all right i'm just telling she's got not just investigated charged he can't this is beyond beyond beyond standby your call next as well eight hundred two eight eight wbap eight hundred two eight nine two to seven that's eight hundred two eight nine two.

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