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About 8,800 unaccompanied children expelled at U.S. border under coronavirus-related measure
"Have some breaking news from the border. Nearly nine thousand unaccompanied minors have been expelled from the United States due to a pandemic related measure effectively ending their asylum one, hundred, fifty, nine, thousand people have been expelled from the US ever since the emergency order took effect in March. And joining me now for AIRASIA IS JACOB SOBER OFF, MSNBC correspondent, an author of separated Jacomb. Thank you for being here. Tell us what's going on. Here. On the border on assignment yesterday when this news broke late in the evening the trump administration throughout the course of family separations had one goal and that was to. Expel Central American. Children as soon as they got to this country in addition to being able to indefinitely detain parents and children, and now the government is saying in a court case that they have expelled. As you said, eight thousand, eight hundred unaccompanied children here under the cover of the corona virus. That means that when they get here, lawyers say they have little legal protections little access to council due process I should say and they've been kept in hotels. In many instances. We've talked about this before lawyers have been in arms we hadn't had full accounting. Of the numbers but the total unaccompanied children eight, thousand, eight, hundred, seven, thousand, six, hundred members of families that includes parents and children, and the total number of all migrants expelled under the guise of the corona virus is one hundred and fifty, nine thousand and I'd like to just say Real Quick Jonathan that there is evidence that the government despite the fact that this is a public health law public health rule, they are deporting people who do not have the corona virus contradicting their own underlying justification for what lawyers say as in cautionable Jonathan. Jacobs over up, we are lucky to have you on this story that will be following this story throughout the day on MSNBC. JACOB SILVER MSNBC correspondent. Thank you very much for being here
Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling
"In my leadership in the exponential era book one of the storytelling techniques. That I teach in workshops and I share it in the book is the three box. Transformation story inspired somewhat by Charles Dickinson Christmas cow. But I want to go into that just now because Christmas is already passed but just know that there are three boxes and this is how you can tell a story. A good example is when I came to Singapore and I moved to Singapore from Japan two years ago. I could have told people what I was doing there. People ask me. What are you doing here? Graham why are you in Singapore? I'm Ron and tell them what my job ause. I told him what I was going to build you see. I told them that. I came to Singapore to build podcast studio and a podcast business and that Saturday after I moved to Singapore. I put the call out linked in and said I'm going to build a podcast. Judea if you WANNA come along and help me build this and up the acoustic tiles and put in the wiring. Setup the microphones Akon pay with anything apart from kindness memories. Good Times a beer. And a whole bunch of people turned up owning youtube people in Singapore at the time but twelve people turned up to help me build the studio. And that's the point. That's the power of story if I said to somebody when they asked me. What are you doing unless said Yeah I do podcasts. It's a missed opportunity. Robin tell people what you do. Tell them what you're going to build. When you tell stories about you business you can break it down like that. Break it down to three boxes past present future. Let's have a look at those. It's very simple. If you want to tell people about you'll business why you hear what you're selling. Break it down into the three boxes. And if you WANNA go deeper into this cycle the exponential leadership book which is free by the way you can go and get a xl dot org. But I give a plug at the end of this podcast anyway. So you don't forget it for now past present future past. Where have you come from? What is the mindset that brought you here and what is the mindset? Also that holds people back present. What is the shape of the business that you all today and future? What is the shape of the business that you want to become now? You may think this may work for for example. The startup she does is a fantastic sales tool for start of but also works with multi billion dollar enterprises a great example of this. I've seen Tony Fernandez. Who is the CEO of Airasia when he talks about the future of the quote Unquote Airline? He doesn't talk about in the context of we're an allied. He uses the equivalent of the three bucks technique which is passed all is the mindset. That's holding his back. Well the mindset. That's holding AirAsia. Back is we're in allied. We sow tickets. We sell seats and yet if they want to grow they can't go on with that mindset they have to change it they have to even sell competitive tickets. They have to sell whole bunch of other different services ancillary services everything from music to food president. What's the shape of the business that we all today was the structure in which we need to innovate well? We're an ally but yet we have this ecosystem of partners we have venture fund that's funding these policies future. What's the shape of the business that we want to become? We doesn't talk about becoming a better airline. He talks about becoming a digital to travel platform. So maybe you hear Tony Fernandez Talk. He tells the story of Airasia. Tudo which is the journey from being an Anna sold tickets to a digital travel platform. Because you know the problem is this is that the future doesn't belong to the airline that flies the most plane but the travel company that solves the most problems unless what it's about storytelling is about sharing the journey of you and your business why you hear and what you're trying to get to and you can use storytelling everywhere. You can use it when you sell when you post on social media. Notice the difference between just telling people is what we do or just telling people were doing this now or telling people we just on this the difference from that to telling story about it you'll engagements on social media will increase significantly unlike. Weiss this podcast. I've shared stories with. I could just have told you that. Storytelling is a powerful tool and here are three things that you need to know. But then it's not about that like Maya Angelou. The author once wrote people. Soon forget what you told them but over? S- remember how you made them feel so that my name's Graham Brown signing of hopefully I gave you some insights into the world of
Inside the Data of Loyalty
"To run the enrich loyalty program at Malaysia Airlines ominous. No longer doing that but has done that. And a lot of other bits in the space before and agreed I believe I have several beers in Singapore maybe the most expensive production episode ever but agreed to sit and chat a little bit today about some of the stuff you've seen in the industry over the years and sort of where it's going on so welcome thank you go for. You had to look on your face. Ace We're GONNA say something hell. It was just an added to the introduction. There were a bunch of a bunch of guys who we've we've all been in. Senior management allies will run out of career. Sixteen or the world of experience there. It's kind of cool to share was happening in different parts of the world because we worked in in South East Asia would never ever woken mold. America it's good that you bring that up because we've had these conversations at conferences never in North American that I think about it but we don't have something to you in London. Asia sort of China China. Yeah we've had some of these chance but how different is loyalty. Globally like is are there people like in Europe. That are listen to this podcast. Every week. It'd be like talking about. We have to get America. Also say that about us but when we talk about largest offer is is it. Is it really that different. I think so. I mean I think most of us are going to send. The Lati- is traditionally is credit. Cards programmes elite status. Airline lounges. Sort of stuff is the is the shiny cards. It's the mouse. And especially North America's Israeli driven by interchange of the banks which is not regulated down like it is in a lot of Southeast Asian countries Europe's regulated down. And so just I understand. That's the one nice. Try Card my Visa Card. The merchant pays to three or four percent to the bank. The bank gives me some of that back in terms of points shepherd and in the rest of the world world outside North America. Basically that you can't get percent you get two different countries different breaches your point. Four percent which is is virtually nothing Malaysia. where I live is the one percent Australia? Singapore where we are now is is is not regulated yet so a lot of that drives the credit card and the bank loyalty usage airline miles with the bank the more likely to fly the more invested in the program for Sunday. You're building a new Mazda balanced pasta than you. Otherwise would if you adjust flying so it's catching people people that are not necessarily frequent flyers maybe consensus so this is really big in America. Where your ability to earn miles is greatly increased compared into other regions therefore the way you look at the way in Iraq with a part on the way you fly the whole? The Monchique is different to Southeast Asia. Especially taxation his Asia low cost airlines has ruled supreme in Asia Asia. Massive is a very strong radio program could be better. I think After better you sort of made the argument that if you've got the loyal customers loyal Gio Brandon anyways. You've got you've got the so you've got the service that they like you've got the rap structure they like and you're in theory chief does the points matter Devil Delta another airline where people people generally like the product a lot Ted. This pretty good operationally. You can rely on the good strong brandon pretty solid. They have drastic changes in the market. And it's like you fly lie Delta Gouzer Goodell on going pretty good always law towers. There's American Hilas. The loyalty program is kind of pulling passengers passengers along. It's it's the it's the leading product I have it's issues and so you can you can you can get over some delays. You can get over. You know bad food you can get over. Average lounges. If there's an awesome those who program because that's kind of making you forget things. Yeah it's a bit of a different strategy fully and in southeast Azazel follow cost airlines. Do they need to program. I mean they they will do deals with banks gala points and cash into the business high margin cash as well local state aligns margin news. Everything is so co Grande Caccia. They look and feel of instances and automatic debit cards BRANCHVILLE. It's interesting I mean. Here's Singapore here in Malaysia about Malaysia. Okay 'cause it's interesting that there is a debit card with the regulated regulated interchange. And they looking for one mile per dully spend it might be get this cod And so again in relation to the Asia he paid of has for two prepaid mastercard. And when you use pay day you get like the discounts on baggage and transaction fees on the website is different top of okay. So you're not you're loyalty isn't the points it's direct it's branding than its direct discount on these stuff should be a frequent traveler. Okay so yeah yeah. I mean I could argue that especially in this market or what. I what I think of as the el-sisi market in Asia which may be completely wrong. The value of free checked bags EXC is greater than the value of points. I could collect for our future flight when I bought my tickets around. I flew from Hanoi. Kale to see you Days ago I I paid a hundred and twenty dollars all into that ticket which was expensive. You know an area checkoff whatever three and a half hours probably barely covered the house but it was eighty eighty dollars in on about seventy five or eighty dollars for the fair and then had to check a bag. That was really heavy. So twenty five dollars for the bag ten dollars or eight dollars for the seats maybe lesson. I couldn't get into the hot seat but not the actual offseason by eight dollars for the seats farmers row to not bulkhead not baulk road to so they're hot hot seats. So you're at the front of the plane but they don't have after legroom. Save costs a possible fast off in an empty metal and I appreciate your sh sh- blessed the meals so in fact I had better food. The British business zero to two meals on Airasia of another ten dollars so I think that altogether got me to my one twenty-five but if my backseat was my half and I was saving ten dollars goes on every flight I took. That would be more valuable to me than the points. I could have earned on an eighty dollars ticket right Earn rates that you get in the states with five dollar. Eighty four hundred points nominally. That's about four dollars of points. Maybe six you get a good redemption. I get ten every time for half price bag. Actually better value. Being Loyalty Program is revenue earning as well and it does a good job of keeping loyal to Air Asia specifically not even us and our partners and and and third party whatever. So That's interesting. It's sort of goes back to the. Is it really that different here. And we've come a long way around and say maybe you're
AirAsia opens a restaurant serving only airplane food
"Air Asia has opened restaurants arrest rather in Malaysia. So for people who couldn't get enough of their airline line food you can now go to a restaurant and order dishes is that are inspired. This is sentence. I thought I would never you. It's inspired by airline food. And they show a picture here of of the food being served in the kind of aluminum foiled trae that like you might get it on the plane. I don't know for sure that that's the way it is served there but it certainly makes the point for me. No I guess that is that is really how they're serving it. Is this something that that the three of you have really been longing for after every airline experience thinking. Hey where can I get some more of this wonderful food. God I think there's a couple of couple of airlines where I wouldn't mind having the first class meal. There's a few first class meals had. Of course I don't get to fly first class very often so I don't know about that but I I will say I would say like the first class. Yeah no it. It really doesn't but it does kind of solve That whole old ridiculous thing that airlines put out a few years ago where they said. Hey we got. I think there's John Hey we got a bunch of science together an apparent yearly. Your taste buds are completely different. When you're thirty thousand feet? Oh that's true and that sort of it's true an air system on an airplane but I don't think it's the elevation I believe. It's the humidity pressurization. Oh okay all right well. Whatever it is I always thought it was crap Yep and I still believe that no matter who tells it to me So it would be interesting to see if that food in a non humid non-precious right alright non elevated place actually tastes decent. So I've as well then maybe it's true. I have had experience because I went on a press trip with the the now l.. Late great Air Berlin in their headquarters in Dusseldorf for one of the two headquarters they had before they went under and they served. Does you know airline food and one of the things they weren't as you said by the way these flavors are going to be more bold than you're used to because we do have to to over flavor and so everything was more salty or the the curry verse which was their signature dish. was more more more curry And it was interesting to to try that experiment of what is airline. Food tastes like at altitude at sea level wherever we were so I have had that experience and they said Yeah we we do have to oversee some things because of that the science of it but light my theory is that it is more the humidity than it is pressurization or the or the altitude
"airasia" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Have also helped reduce maternal and infant deaths, a goal that has strong bipartisan support now Madam chair, I have been around the world into. Africa and other countries and continents and have talked with families in villages women and this house's with maybe five six seven children, there, I request of us, and I visited these villages with Republicans and their first request is to help them with family planning. They know that it is so important in terms of planning, they birth of the children in terms of just the stability of the family, and the empowerment of women that family planning services be available. So thank you. And I oppose this amendment and Irish my colleagues to oppose the amendment. That amendment getting voted on next week. Another amendment that was brought up today on the house floor was one to prohibit money for UN climate change programs. This is Republican Paul gosar, unelected bureaucrats and foreign leaders across the globe should not have greater control over US policy than our citizens and elected officials, especially when we're paying for it. The United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change or. The United Nations Framework Convention on climate change. Are you NFC and the green climate fund GCE have been surrounded in controversy since certain -ception, the IPC, which is broadly represented as top authority on climate matters was under fire when emails Republicans released from university in England that show that leading global scientists, but dining five we always percent, are always quoting intentionally manipulated climate data, and suppress legitimate arguments in peer reviewed journals further while the IPC sees supposedly issues assessments based upon so-called independent surveys of published research some of the most influential conclusions summarized, in this report, neither been based upon truly independent research, nor properly vetted through accepted period processes, the United Nations green climate fund, which unfortunately received one billion dollars in taxpayer funding. Thanks to the Obama administrator. Has not been has not approved a new project since twenty seventeen causing the executive director of the fun to resign, according to the green climate fund former co chair thirty percent. Yes. Thirty percent of the funds. Pledged are never going to materialize, despite his stated goal of supporting developing countries to pursue renewable energy sources the green climate funds pledges that do materialize going to wealthy nations with little to no affect on emissions. Let me give you a couple of examples, one project to install a solar plant in Kazahstan directly benefit the Chinese construction companies instead of investing in 'cause stunned companies directly investing in one of our economic rivals. China is definitely not the best. Use of taxpayer funds were shit. The fun proposing nine point eight million dollar investment in the wealthy kingdom of brains oil sector. How is this pursuing renewables in developing countries? That was AirAsia Republican Paul gosar opposing his amendment appropriations committee chairwoman needed Lowey of New York. Most of us even my friends across the aisle agree that climate change is a real global threat. Our military also believes this prohibiting United States contributions to the multilateral that come back climate change is short-sighted harmful palisade that does not prepare country to face this threat. I cannot emphasize enough that climate change is exacerbating the root causes of conflict. We will see an increasing demand on our humanitarian and other resources if we don't address it now, we cannot afford to send oddly by while others address, climate change, nor will we simply avoid its impact we already. Ready feel. It's affects this is precisely why we should not be eating multilateral partners, who want to join us in the fight appropriations committee, chairwoman needed Lowy. You can follow the house debate, live on C span television, or listen on the free C-SPAN radio app. On Wall Street, a day of gains, the Dow up one hundred one points, the NASDAQ up forty four he s and p up eleven and on this day in history Miranda via Arizona, the one thousand nine hundred sixty six United States Supreme court case that ruled that all criminal suspects must be advised of their constitutional rights before interrogation..
Staring at a Star
"A small satellite designed to search for new planets beyond our solar system. We simply look down at earth to capture an image of California's city of stars. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future as terrier, the arc second space telescope, enabling research in astrophysics is a satellite not much larger than a briefcase with precision pointing, as Steria can stare at a star for long periods and measure small changes in the star's brightness patterns that would indicate a planet transit in order to further explore the capabilities of its onboard hardware s Steria turned to earth. Taking images of the greater Los Angeles area revealing a massive grid of a luminated city streets, and freeways, the first image also marked the location of. Dodger Stadium where the dodgers just happened to be playing the AirAsia Diamondbacks at home that night, lots of orbiting satellites can take higher following pictures of earth than this one, but as stereo is the only qb sat in orbit that can look for planets around other stars for innovation now. I'm Jennifer police station now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
Trump may pardon military men accused or convicted of war crimes
"President Trump earlier this month pardoned a former army first Lieutenant who was convicted of killing a man, he was interrogating in Iraq. Critics of the pardon say this could compromise the legitimacy of military law. For more KCBS Scotla, teary spoke with Dr Jeff Makasi military affairs and national security consultant for CBS news. Tell me the rationale here for the president is, is the intent here, political at all. Do you think? Oh, totally unprecedented. Quite frankly. Scott. There's no doubt. The president illegal power to do this. But to consider part in these guys who've been accused of military war crimes. Or in fact, convicted as a group, really is contrary to anything. I've seen surely Mr. Trump is exercise, the pardon for people that seem to pay rent politically one only to think about Joe Pyo the AirAsia sheriff department. But the toes player to be political that, all these cases have been endorsed by either conservative lawmakers. The media and surly on Fox News. These guys were doing their job. But, you know, I have to say I'm a combat veteran as well commanded, the battalion combat veteran. I find it offensive to all those who served in combat did so honorably in conditions that were bad or worse than these people did. Yeah. And these folks for the most part have been convicted of these war-crimes well, convicted or accused, I mean all all cases are complex and each one has to be examined carefully. But the one thread of continuity is seemed to be what the actions these people. Did or contrary to good order and discipline and the values. We try to instill it, every person, the join the military, I mean you mentioned Gallagher, for example, who has only been accused and going to trial. But it's interesting to note that he's accused of stabbing defenseless captive teenager, picking off a school age girl that old man from the snipers, nests, and routinely
Chicago Cubs walk off to beat Brewers in 15 innings
"I go to the cubs and they pitch and hit their way to a series win over the rival being the brewers for two one inside a rainy Wrigley field. Joe Madden coin on John lesser, go. Deep with his bullpen taxed following six f fifteen in a game and the left he delivers he goes six two-thirds given up one on run the southpaw strikes out six throwing one hundred and thirteen pitches offensively hobby by his brakes a one one tie d Kris Bryant then Bryant in the seventh inning hammers are two run Homer to extend that lead. Because now two games up in the brewers. Indiana central on the national extensive win percentage day off comes Monday before heading to AirAsia
"airasia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Was enrolled at AirAsia. I didn't gel playoffs a pair of games tonight game three between the hurricanes and Linders one period completing Raleigh and the game is tied at one Carolina leads the series to zip coming up at about ninety minutes. It'll be the blues stars from Dallas. This is a game. Four Saint Louis leads the series two games to one baseball game in progress games in the fourth inning cubs lead the matters nine nothing cardinals. The nets three nothing in the fourth fourth inning Phillies. Leave the Tigers one nothing. I'm Jay Berman. He's Bill Reiter can he's writer than the program writer venue. Sometimes. He's a fan. I love sports so much. He's in your face. I will destroy those obnoxiously arrogant clueless. Tone-deaf superstars who are marginal players players careers who will either famous he's nice nice here. He's humble usually pretty good. If you're on the show about amid when I got it wrong years Bill writer, what is going on the letter with a year on the program. Thank you for being here. We appreciate it. Kovacs the executive producer,.
Ducey: Federal laws to blame for crisis at Arizona border
"Arizona's immigration crisis. He wants the border wall. But in Arizona, congressman is promoting other ways to stem, the current border crisis KTAR Peterson Moore's live in the news center. And that AirAsia congressman is Paul gosar. He wants US intelligence to determine which groups are struggling smuggling rather Central American migrants to bust them and stem the influx that press kit. Republican also wants Mexico to adopt a policy for asylum is like Canada has adopted that way if they do not meet the requirements, they will accept them back. Mexico has refused to do that. Those are also wants Mexico to stop migrants and the US to use US MCA trade talks as leverage Sedona democratic Congressman Tom O'Halloran was planning a trip to Honduras to stop the migrant flux there live in the news center. Peterson more KTAR news. And governor Ducey says he will not call for a state emergency over the influx of migrants coming across Arizona's border. With Mexico typically you declare a state emergency. When there's a natural disaster. Will this is not a natural disaster. This is congressional disaster. And congress needs to act does he said this during an interview with Arizona horizon on PBS, and it comes after the mayor from Yuma made an emergency declaration in his border city last
GOP reacts to Trump's $8.6 Billion Request for Border Wall Funding
"Reaction from Arizona, congressman Republican Andy Biggs, speaking on. Fox News about why he supports the eight billion dollars included in the budget for building the wall. They want to build the wall and extended what we're doing with his emergency declaration doesn't get the job done. The reports out AirAsia last couple of years enough fit nil seized to kill between seventy and eighty million Americans in Arizona alone from the border, and that's when you look at that, that's an emergency.
Military could shift more troops to California as migrants gather in Tijuana
"Active duty troops at the southern US border. Could be moved sent here by President Trump about twenty eight hundred troops have been at work along the Texas, Mexico, border, stringing razor wire and running surveillance in support of customs and border protection. The Pentagon believed that the migrant caravans making their way through Mexico would come to Texas because it's the closest point of US contact, but the Central American migrants had other ideas and thousands shifted. In west and have arrived in Tijuana, Mexico. The army now says that some of the troops deployed here and some sent to AirAsia might be moved over to California tobacco customs agents
"airasia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"We're back in the think tank talking AirAsia propositions that we're all gonna vote on and our guest is attorney and journal troublemaker, Tom Ryan, I wanna give you I'm going to jump in here. I I have an you please do respond to these. But I have to propositions that had my list at the for the most deceptive propositions that are on the ballot. And at the end, you can maybe I'll ask Tom to vote on which of the two is worse, but these are both awful proposition. One twenty-six it purports to say, oh, if you're against taxes, this is going to keep the legislature from taxing something else, and they might wanna tax medical care. They might wanna tax vet care. They might wanna. Okay. And if that's all you knew about it that seems reasonable because I don't want any of those things to be taxed, but this is a wolf in sheep's clothing. It is exactly the opposite of what it pretends to. Agreed essentially what this is a proposition that is put forth by the realtors who do not want to have a tax on real estate transaction, which by the way, nobody is proposing. It's a it's a it's a proposition in search of a problem that doesn't exist and they're trying to preemptively. So now, here's the thing about the sales tax in general. If you only taxed a small number of things, you need a very big tax to raise the red revenue. Envision that. The only thing we taxed was automobiles purchases you'd probably have to have a five hundred percent sales tax on automobiles. Okay. So we tend to tax things we tax physical things we've decided that we will not tax any services. Correct. If you can in every expert in tax policy says what you want to have is the lowest possible taxes, and to get that you need to have the broadest possible base, our whole society has moved increasingly towards services, and all of that they're massive exemptions from our sales taxes that are put in by special interest to say, I don't wanna get taxed I don't wanna get taxed with this proposition. If it's passed would do. Would present prevent the legislature or the people at any point in the future from saying I would like a lower sales tax, but we need to maybe we nobody is ever gonna say tax healthcare. But you know, what I get massages? Maybe it's a it's a luxury, maybe I should pay a sales tax on that. Maybe there's some others and the effect of that is to lower other sales tax, but we have the most kind of fiscally stingy legislature on the face of the earth. Nobody is gonna overall raise taxes overall. Right. But to have a more rational system, maybe we can lower the sales tax and have a broader-based. Let me tell you who is in who is in favor of killing this one who's against it. Steve Farley ran for governor Ducey governor Ducey Garcia Americans for prosperity that is the coke brothers. So who is against this liberals, moderates and conservatives. Who is in favor of this. The real estate agents who are trying to preemptively create a situation where the exemption that they currently get from sales taxes might get tinkered with at some point in the future, phony phony argument agreed agreed agreed okay? Move on other one short short time here. Other other we can vote on which one's worse proposition. Three oh, six says, no money for political parties will prevent candidates from giving leftover funds or buying services from political parties. What nobody's against precluding that? But then you read this ah fine print the voters of Arizona past many years ago, a clean elections commission to have some public funding to have regulation of campaigns by a truly independent political party. Here's the small print in that proposition. Independent commission. Right. Independent commission. Yes. The small print would put the so-called independent election commission under the complete and total political control of the governor. In other words, it is the end of the independent commission. It would do exactly the opposite of what the voters of Arizona intended. Which is there should be a commission. This is free from political process as humanly they don't report to the governor. They don't report to any democrat or any Republican there commission where no party can have a majority you have to have an independent on there. And, you know, equal numbers of Democrats and Republicans this is the gutting of clean elections, by the way, the other thing they said about not giving money to the parties with leftover fund. Hey, you could debate. I neither here nor there on that. And nothing go ahead. They just added that. Republicans just added that now they're taking it away as a boy, we're really giving you something they're the ones that added that in and there's nothing that would keep the legislature from doing that in the future or keep this commission. It is it is a complete distraction. Now question for you. These are pretty bad this year. Do you want to say anything more about this? We are. Yeah. Let me just tell you this really you've asked me to vote I boat on three zero six as the number one bad. Bad proposition because it is the biggest fraud, and I'm not disagreeing with your your now's the the one twenty six, but here's the deal. Arizona's had a really good independence streak. We've got the independent redistricting commission. We have merit selection of judges, and we have the clean elections commission. All those things has many of those things are absolute national models on national level who studied good government, by the way, every single one of those things was put in by voted the people not by the legislature because they're trying to deal with the legalized bribery and corruption that the legislature continues.
"airasia" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"So he could be the number one pick depending on who gets the pick. You could see if AirAsia like the cardinals get that mock drafts colonels. Take him, which is smart. I mean, they just got their quarterback so they're gonna have to go elsewhere their offense. Other other weapons, and if they lose their corner in Patrick Peterson, because he asked for a trade, that'd be a serious toll in their Williams from cornerback to the drafting like third. Well, no, just for the guy, but like what's nice about the cardinals is that it looks like they got a pretty decent receiver cushion, Kirk, they have a running back David Johnson, they have their quarterback. They just need to build their their offensive line and probably their defense to be honest, maybe a cornerback too, but definitely their secondary cornerback being like you like you seen a lot of players are a lot of different positions. Judge, like number one or two, you don't really see the corner drafted that high in. Yeah. Usually you see a quarterback and pass rushers drafted at the highest unless you're like, oh, generational talent in the secondary. But let's talk about something before we had to break some big news in the NFL Amari Cooper, Oakland, Raiders speaking number one draft picks or first round draft picks. He got traded to the Cowboys a former first round, pick it's traded for a two thousand nineteen first round pick. What's your initial thoughts on the trade. Well, this was after our show on yesterday. And so I was like, well, why can this happen? Like an hour for that's my first thought second thought is so now the raiders have three first round draft picks. Yeah, and they're like early like fourth one being the top five one will be in the top fifteen. Right now. I believe it's like four eighteen and twenty one of something something around there sounds. So that's huge. Like we're all Lafayette Jon Gruden, but he's laughing right now. He's got three first round draft picks in a very deep defensive draft class, and he loves his defense..
Amsterdam: 'Terrorist motive' alleged in attack on Americans
"To, American stabbed at the, main train station and Amsterdam stopping happens, at around noon local time at Amsterdam's busy rail station in the city centre Dutch police shot and injured the suspect immediately after he stopped the two Americans, as he walked. Away after that attack with a knife still in his hand FOX's kitty Logan, it does not appear as if the Americans were targeted for any. Specific reason both are expected to
Dr Thomas Friedman, Becky Lynn and Wigan discussed on Mac and Gaydos
"Doctors have made a groundbreaking discovery about alzheimer's disease using a common medical exam with an exam used in many eye doctors offices researchers at washington university in saint louis had detected evidence of alzheimer's in older patients who have shown no symptoms researcher gregory then stabbed says brain damage can occur long before symptoms appear the pathology in alzheimer's disease starts developing about twenty years before the cognitive dysfunction begins and that's probably Why the medications. Don't, work, very well their work is now published in. The journal of the American Medical. Association
"airasia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"For the AirAsia cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson winning games get getting back, to those winning ways in stacking up enough so we can get into the playoffs his first goal as for how? The president of the cardinals is, feeling, Michael Bidwill says he's mostly excited about the, new coaching most excited about coach Wilkes and the energy that he's brought in coaching staff layers of all bought in really. Excited about the play of our offense the cardinals first preseason game is next Saturday, August eleventh at seven pm against the senior go chargers in. Glendale Ali vetnar KTAR news KTAR news time five oh seven A look at the roads on this Friday morning and as the storm kind of moved its way through last night. We expect things might be a little bit, dicey you're getting work this morning let's get. The latest right now. From valley Chevy dealers traffic center with. Daily. Dani, Sullivan Good morning to you state route thirty eight. That is what's closed due to flooding, and it's in between ninety nine, th avenue and state route three forty seven it's going to. Be closed for most of the day you've got I might. Be able to stick with that instead I'm also getting word that AT dot. Is reporting I ten closed westbound between. Mile marker two twenty six and mile marker two nineteen near Picacho peak road all due to an accident so I'm, gonna get more for you in the next report also, minor accident and final final clearing stages along the two red, mountain freeway eastbound radical live off right this report it's brought to you by Keith wealth advisors tune into winning with. Money every Saturday at two. On KTAR as Matt Damon help you take control of your retirement Dani Sullivan KTAR news Mostly sunny skies today with a high, of one hundred nine tonight clear the low eighty eight. Right now in Tempe partly cloudy skies eighty eight degrees weather brought to you by. Howard air whether replace or. Repair call Howard air five oh wait let's take a look at your money from the copper point. Insurance business center shares. Were mostly higher in Europe early this. Morning after mixed day in Asia head of the release of US jobs, data. Later in the day with scant apparent carryover from overnight. Gains on, Wall Street is apple surpassed one trillion dollars in. Value futures point to a slow start on Wall. Street will update the numbers momentarily with, a robust economy at their backs, optimistic employers likely at a jobs at a solid pace in. July economists forecasts employers added one hundred ninety one thousand jobs. Last month down from two hundred thirteen thousand in June but easily enough to. Lower the unemployment rate over time the. Labor Department will release its monthly jobs report at the bottom of the hour Dow futures are up sixty one points, s and p futures are up six and the NASDAQ, futures are Up twenty six and a. Half KTAR news time five oh nine.
"airasia" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Jayson to the river's edge cantina bluewater resort and casino on the colorado river in partner airasia like what you hear catch all the back episodes of the down and dirty radio show on apple podcast and be sure to rate review and subscribe and we are back here on the downunder radio show powered by polaris razor thanks to all of you for for tune in you know kind of get some stuff we gotta talk about here in the next segments and stuff we don't normally talk about but i guess we'll get some quick hitting news before we do i guess this whole segment is called news and motor sports right looks pro motocross obviously where kneedeep in that series but jeremy martin you know one of the front runner for that to fifty championship collided in mid air with justin cooper gnarly video that they've got on promote across his website but anyway he's going to miss up to two months i guess it was it was pretty touching go screwed up his back pretty bad he didn't have feeling in his feet for a while i guess he's going to be all right two month recovery he's gonna miss the rest of fractured vertebrae back he's going to miss the rest of the outdoor series so i don't know maybe we'll see him at monster energy cup but definitely tough break because he was he was looking solid for for that championship cooper ended up getting back up and and finishing the race but yeah jeremy martin not so lucky so justin barsha ended up taking the win in the four fifty to fifty it was shane mcelrath we need to reach back out to sugar shane see if we get him on on the show always fun having sugar shane call into the radio show yeah so those were some pro moto news then you know kind of looking at i guess indycar openwheel news i guess a big big news coming out of the past couple of weeks mclaren you know them from formula one legendary formula one make also make some rad's supercars hypercars proper term now supercars just means you're fast hypercard means you like i don't know if it means you're faster which means you're more expensive but anyway his clarin making some radd vehicles but yeah mclaren i guess they've got an excess a cash and they want to expand into some more motor sports series while you know fernando alonzo was the talk of the indy five hundred last year and twenty seventeen how good run there too but it sounds like claire in you know they got bit by the indycar bug and the indy five hundred bucks they wanna go full time into the any curse series so rumor is they're not going to open up their own garage you're gonna team with basically sister team or like they're going to be a satellite team out of either the andretti or the ray halls shop but they need drivers right so it's been pegged alonzo could possibly come over 'cause he's not gonna win any world championships anytime soon with the lackluster performance mclaren's so it sounds like he could come over and be that driver but there's also rumor that scott dixon who one of the greatest indycar drivers of all time hands down he's his contract with with ganassi's up and you know he's been with getting asi since day one so you know this is probably like his the last contract is unique our career he could either stay with get asi who will definitely want him back or he could go to mclaren with this new team in you know which is probably going to be a really good payday and go compete for them and you know if it's going to be with ray haller with android it's going to be competitive car and everybody gets why would he do that why would you leave can ask you when you're winning all these races these championships you know and just start finish where you started well dixon is from new zealand mcclair has ties.
Uber operator in fatal self-driving vehicle crash was likely streaming 'The Voice' on Hulu
"Way home and two fifty four new information about that fatal accident in arizona back in march involving a self driving uber a police report now says that the driver was streaming the voice on hulu just before the suv shot is struck and killed a pedestrian the arizona republic got a hold of those records and reports the stream ended one minute before the deadly crash forty nine year old elaine hertzberg was walking across a dark street in the middle of a block this was the first fatal accident involving a self driving car a chunk of the sunken uss arizona at pearl harbor is about to make a long journey an eight hundred pound piece of the us has airasia battleship that went down during the japanese bombing of pearl harbor in hawaii is heading to texas it will be displayed at a war memorial the texas panhandle war memorial in amarillo will be the new home to the rusted plate and a portion of the battleships weathered wooden deck the chunk comes from a section of the zona that was removed when the federal government put a memorial over the ships sunk in hall decades ago more than eleven hundred officers and crewmen lost their lives on the air is on during the nineteen forty one attack correspondent dave striper reporting wins news time to fifty.
"airasia" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Well we gotta get you down here to airasia or maybe i got to come up to canada one of these days i'll be out today you you just tell me when and i'll be there absolutely so we'll put you in the garage it's right behind me in fact i can hear i can hear the weights kling and bang and right now heidi's in there all my goodness you've you back going have that partner partner ward right the work actually one more thing you actually got me in two thousand and thirteen you of the reason why start doing cross fit no way right blasted so much fun well i gotta tell you what so you inspired me to deploy around with bodybuilding so i must cross ran for quite some time at ben yet no at just after after seeing you in and of course i mean you've got such a phenomenal physique having competed for years emmanuel inspired me so i started dabbling in bodybuilding i'm having a blast with it it still contains do men's physique right yeah and you'll heidi got her procured last year i saw i didn't actually get to congratulate earlier but amazing accomplishment while you'll you'll have to put her on the show in the net where you can you can congratulate her in person i would love again chris i appreciate you have no idea thank you for your time thank you for being on the pacific factor podcast show and i really hope one day that i get to meet you again very very soon in the near future and get out with you while we'll definitely get to work at it buddy thanks a lot travel aside for.
"airasia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Weekend we've been warning people for weeks now that gas prices are on the up this morning gas prices are to ninety six at the national average across the country here at this gas station in the bronx it is three forty five we have seventeen states that are above the three dollars yet is crazy it's crazy the cost of gas and how state to state i traveled to california and airasia in zona alpay well right now paying about three to ninety nine when i'm in california visiting my son jack if you've listened to be on the same station you guys know seven year old and i travel back and forth i'll pay at times close to a dollar more that's insane most that is taxes and the craziness that california puts in there but nationwide gas prices are up but it's still not stopping people from travelling they may not travel as far but people are still going to be out there and a word of warning everybody it is memorial day weekend and many of you out there you're gonna you're gonna let loose ano with that have fun zero problem with that don't let it be amateur hour i think that's the number one thing right like there's no reason for it to be amateur hour have fun travel know that you're going to have to leave a little bit earlier the normally would to get to certain places people are gonna be frustrate everybody's going to wherever they're going and it's important to them but don't be an idiot and just realized that this is this is this everybody's going to be on the road this weekend everybody is three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at chad benson show is your twitter dr poll race going to join us hillsdale college we're gonna talk about yesterday's canceling of the summit or is it canceled because trump said hey you know what may happen again is it a ploy was it a ploy to negotiate for better terms to yank the rug out from under every you know everybody or is there something more out there and did we miss the opportunity dr paul ray is gonna join us from hillsdale college we talked to him straight ahead three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three is the.
Military officials launch probe into C-130 crash
"By his new attorney rudy guiliani guiliani said no campaign funds were used in the daniels payment and argued that therefore no campaign finance laws were violated giuliani also suggested that the president was unlikely to sit down for an interview a special counsel robert muller but he did not definitively shut the door on the idea ryan lucas npr news the washington military officials of launched an investigation into yesterday's crash of an air national guard c one thirty cargo plane from puerto rico the plane went down yesterday shortly after takeoff in georgia crossing near the edge of a highway nine people aboard the plane were killed there were no injuries or deaths on the ground official the georgia national guard says the plane was in savannah for routine maintenance and was headed for airasia the plane was roughly fifty years old have been conflicting reports about whether it was on route to be decommissioned all nine guard members board had hoped with hurricane recovery efforts the kind of motion picture arts and sciences says its board has voted to expel bill cosby and film director roman polanski and bears mandalit del barco has more in the announcement the organization that hands out oscars has ousted actor bill cosby and director roman polanski from its membership in a statement the board of governors say both men violated the academy's ethics standards and a requirement that members uphold values of respect for human dignity both men were convicted of crimes involving sex.
"airasia" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And had to be considering how young i was yeah that was about it tim what is your most embarrassing televised moment have we asked you this before well televise moment i think it might have been last year i had a terrible one at the beginning when i first started i forgot the name of the tampa bay rays when they were an expansion team so i had to talk about the airasia diamondbacks gave the little report and i had to talk about the tampa bay rays and i swear to you i got to the raise this is my first year on tv and i couldn't remember their name and i stood in front of that camera for at least three and a half seconds realizing my career is over here 'cause i've frozen like a fudgesicle here on national tv and i can't think of the name they race i i don't don't really really anyone in the globe you couldn't remember the name of the tampa bay rays right so that three and a half second anyone doesn't happen to tv knows it felt like three and a half minutes and i said okay that's it my career is over on television before it even started and my producer never incentive word we just moved onto the next topic and that was it so either wasn't that bad or he felt sorry for me but either way it was really bad we will continue with tim kirch in in a moment but do you know what dave gettleman looks like him you know what he physically looks at it doesn't matter it's just the writing of the thing.
"airasia" Discussed on One Two Review
"Okay so again this is my problem is that he's head fraternal since he's thirteen he's what in this movie's thirty eight some doubt his early had the tortoise for you know his whole life and so they kind of make all this weird bonding happen i feel like kiewit very head this connection with this tortoise has been living with this thing mostly in isolation well it's about it gets it's about him in the tortoise seen the outside world right yeah let's say that and let's say with that they form a new type of bond he's sourcing the tortoise a different light you know in the past i don't they had they had he was wearing a different set of glasses he's he's seeing the towards different sets this is spoil spoiler alert he falls in love with the tortoise and they end up getting married they do and and they live together and they end up buying the crystal rose and owning and then and then he then he eventually dies the tortoise passed on does release yeah i'm really sad ending actually and sort of a really erotic reveal i guess to sort of explain what you guys were getting at when you're living with an animal and you have a tv you really don't spend a lot of time paying attention to the animal you spend a little more time to penitential tv so when you're out on the road you don't have a tv don't have a computer to really distract you you sort of year tension sort of goes back to each other you know what i mean that's really what brought them together and the erotic scene is the first night sleeping under the airasia moon in that tent where it gets a little too chilly for lettuce and she unzips the tent and sneaks inside and sort of cuddles up to next to the pillow and he's a he's sweet and he's a little freaked out i think the audience is supposed to be a little off put by because of the glint in her eye but.
"airasia" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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Ice Cube replacing Roger Mason Jr. as BIG3 commissioner
"Being anyone scott you're killing me with this house mortgage and all that kind of stuff but i'm trying to preach buddy management scotty great stuff from the we'll talk soon take care guys got price your wagertalk dot com espn ready when las vegas joining us on the shell pennzoil performance line that's going to be interesting to see what happens with the action in vegas especially oklahoma wins and they end up playing duke and you want to know what there is something in this is where airasia helps we'll talk about this coming up next along with some of the games we're looking forward to the chip on the shoulder and lawn krueger is gonna join us at the bottom of the hour or how big that boulder is on his players for all they've heard for the last twenty four hours you don't deserve to be there hello i'd like to deposit this to checking fate is a fickle mascot future is uncertain okay and what's my account balance the horizon is cloudy i long petrus void with great barrel look i just go to pass slip or something a fortune bank teller surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico i see yellow eyed serpent and apr geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more breaking news than spayed invents reason for this kevin went myron medcalf ice cube taking over as commission of the big three basketball league according to tmz hey replaces current commissioner roger mason junior mason confirmed that a statement on monday night he hasn't been terminated but disputed he has been fired because of allegations of corruption corruption the big three no quote i was i was terminated by big three in relation for legal claims which i made last week in a letter sent my by my attorneys to big three basketball alleging the league had reached my employment contract.
"airasia" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Deadly i got a couple barstools a mile 900 reports they sentiment line of sport right now jay i did get mad at us luntz which i did will it was my fault stole upset about it did i it was the i was that india had like when the indians were making their run the of the cubs were one at all it was like the it was one of the games like globe ron took the cavs to like every game that was in cleveland airasia asia and it was um data young dude pigozzo dude water kentucky on their batch lincoln's maybe i forget what slogans uh uh and he was just in the back of a picture of lebrun just like had a whole bottle hennessy just upside down to her and all i could see was like the fitted the tattoos and the hennessy and i was like at matched jr smith like they couldn't be any what else how very racist and i had already like i i didn't know at i'd seen three other accounts already run with the same thing like like snake cbs and people like that in oslo will summon at like knows for sure so i'm going to be like yeah i can't not poses i'll get fucking fired to slippery slope it was very slippery because he he quote tweeted at like hours later be alive you're like that is not make i was drinking do say that night the at a asleep at he a he said something like that he was like stupid ass companies always jumping to conclusions and i was like fuck.
"airasia" Discussed on About Last Night
"I wasn't the funniest what iraq close to that we'll come back but my friend who was the funniest who i was like embarrassed tell my friends i was coming out here to do comedy yes though shoot jerry he he was the funniest and i was afraid to tell my friends i was doing comedy because he wasn't he went to nyu film school super phony guy but went completely insane light calls me all the time and leaves like manic messages he's in like psychoward psychoward so you know i beat him out for funniest us now who is funny now mother fugger i mean i've heard some of his method is he's pretty hysterical matt he's really early funny i could play one of the messages but i might have to have their he bleep but he's really ben cohen he's the one of the funniest people i started the ben called lessening from any they are going to be liz mardi gras lipsey who is the guy had brigade adam revive rhavam gina all those other guys are listening to this right now dying that you're making fun of respirator rich bidur risk bridge airasia would he's army refrigerator bet adam rihs bridge brigitte he knows his hit his favorite performers yes john maher i knew that i go to rich bridge dot com every morning and i take the daily favorite celebs he's going to leslie really love djalmir he he does he knows all john mair songs on guitar and singing that's di goal in life mostly out later get in rushing galle atr now human jumairah together i went dealt that's why i wanna do yeah yeah he's he he mayor ridge bridge your mary spreader yeah who else favier they're funny friends right there was byron laviola yeah can't john calvin kelli come then hayden christensen and we would all just get stoned is farc if i was going to be put money on out of those name yeah yo i go john calvin kelly is going to be the next armie hammer yeah he's tall like army and he was the most i will say graves now john calvin kelley we would say yet you don gavin kelly hi you're on red that's my name to.
"airasia" Discussed on WGTK
"What he could get them out and the reason being is he's he he is riches he is he's carver airasia an an average guy not a politician now politician would've would've would've assigned someone from the state department to go on talking negotiatons group and he might bring it a he was there but it might be six months later six years later i might end up being like the young men came back ready for the bucks a few weeks ago few months ago uh uh the the young student who came came beg really basically um in shape growth just to be turned off in a rather the you know he he acted like a father he went over and talk to got him out of it you know got him all now the arab now there's gonna be some consequences from there the ecology university motoko what will those consequences be it will certainly be it may not be just might be light by some of our standards because the dea break the law but an in laws of uh against what they did was against the law in china in america in cherry you're talking about 10 10 years plus in jail for movie time glasses or whatever would would it whatever was he too that's not and pets with something else and you'll see saved from that in one you know the ball the the the blab uh he is he's very entertaining most of the time and he's been real good it at getting his young his his sons a lot of attention in the media which makes them a bit more valuable you know maybe to a team as long as they don't get too crazy uh but you know for him to disparage uh the president and i can i i heard the quote but it's not come to maturing right now uh for him to despair as a president for forgiveness in his board is out of out of china in shows he's awful ingrid stupid not to know what position is kids were here and that it took the very moment the most powerful man in the world to get his kids out his kidneys his kid the in his friend out and and means that is uh uh uh huh god nudges foolish egis not i i used to think the guy was you know uh but abdullah was kanok clownish but a saudia was mad method to his manish i thought.
"airasia" Discussed on AP News
"The tv series breaking bad they say they needed to keep out all the fans who wander around take king pictures joe anc antanas mother owns the house she tells ko be tv that she's lost count of how many people visit the house every week she says tourist of caused disruptions and they're afraid to leave the property unattended can tana says some of even told them to close the garage and to get out of their pictures construction on the fence is underway and catanha's people already have tried to climb around the construction to snap up autograph it was terror in the skies were passengers aboard an indonesia airasia flight ap's charles dental desmond reports the trip from australia to the holiday island of bali was interrupted by a big change in altitude flights keene said five 35 had returned safely on sunday to the airport at perth passengers say the panic was escalated because of the behaviour of stuff who is screaming looking tearful and shocked one passenger ask you said scared passengers could looked to the team for reassurance but to hatton gus any we will more loyd because of high panicky they were she said the plane had swiftly descended to around ten thousand feet with a rapid loss of cabinet pressure and asia says the plane turned back following a technical issue to ensure the safety of passengers i'm chelsea this month borneo's baby rang tangse are ending up orphans because of deforestation and illegal hunting the discovery of two orphans baby orangutang says further proof of human activity threatening the survival of the big apes there's an indonesian conservation group that you aranka tangs were rescued in separate locations a male six to eight monthold was rescued after being reported alone on a riverbank near a village a threeyearold female weighing only eleven pounds was rescued from a family that had raised her for most of her life the foundation said in both cases it's likely that the mothers were deliberately killed they've found nineteen baby rang thanks so far this year the reddishbrown great apes known for their gentle temperament and high intelligence are considered critically endangered.
"airasia" Discussed on AP News
"The first episode premier september seventeen and eighteen our series is being used as another example of people experiencing television mother their own terms pbs looked to give viewers several options for watching each episode they were all repeated immediately after airing and episodes were made available for streaming at the same time they were on tv she programming executive beth hopes that they were watching the numbers for delayed dealing in streaming closely since with an older audiences exects expected more people to be watching a wide tv would've tells me she says is if you make good content available whenever or wherever people will come to it can burns inland novik produced the dock and burns that it's a tremendous honour that so many people that watched it was terror in the skies for passengers aboard an indonesia airasia flight ap's charleston with asthma reports the trip from australia to the holiday island of bali was interrupted by a big change in altitude the website queues said 535 had returned safely on sunday to the airport at perth passengers say the panic was escalated because of the behaviour of stuff who is screaming looking tearful and shocked one passenger ask you said scared passengers who'd looked to the team three assurance but hatton goscinny we will mole lloyd because of hot panicky they were she said the plane had swiftly dissented to around ten thousand feet with a rapid loss of cabinet pressure at asia says the plane turned back following a technical issue to ensure the.
"airasia" Discussed on KGO 810
"The his choose to make a change in there its own judgement fine but it it by its entertainment they entertaining they're not necessarily oh you think jedidiah bela laugh because the view and pay for her boy frail no i don't know the reason but i just find interesting they always have to like replace the oddly sort of conservative person with another sort of concern obviously making mccain's she's like compared with airasia yeah she's that's exactly the right word thank you every issue and then like it i just don't understand her opinion like maybe just 'cause i directly oppose it while the time not always some of this up a grew with and actually like mccain as a person i don't think he's been great with the gay community that's a whole nother story is that's true by at of that group by the way w what did you think of jared kushner yesterday on your show i should embrace him because he as people were as jews arkansas of berger made beria because here's why first he registered in new jersey as unknown gender then he registered in new york as a woman why so i think that there is more going on and he rained blazing ryan no i called the little rich kid that doesn't know how to keep your eyes ray i think that we should say if if you wanna be a woman jared we encourage and we support you in that decision maybe you're in certain circles that is not on board of of a like i know i'm still be funny but i can't be funny about something that just not funny great all right they jared kushner the only thing that's funny about him as the fact that people can pretend to take him seriously and that he's actually leading the mideast peace process the fact that he gave the guy and his what is this father criminal yes his father's criminal yeah and then vic though is he supposedly prison he's supposed to be the person speaking for the jewish community and and talking to israel had just because you're jewish doesn't give you a card to go talk to israel it doesn't knowingly restoring languages rate i took he were for a long time i definitely wouldn't do it let's get you sent to the middle east and you'll be in charge of the peace process.