32 Burst results for "Aligarh"

Why is the seemingly simple science of masks so complicated?

Coronacast

04:55 min | 6 months ago

Why is the seemingly simple science of masks so complicated?

"The advice on masks has changed a lot over the course of this pandemic. Hey at the beginning, we were getting some mixed messages about where the mosques were effective at all whether perhaps they could do more harm than good and then over time and we have talked about it a lot on this show already and you acquire vocal quite early on. In the pace that mosques are fictive and that they should be made mandatory in the heavy made mandatory in Victoria. The lightest that we know about what types of face coverings provide the most protection against carbon. So let's just do a little bit of the history going back to the can remind ourselves in the beginning World Health Organization and expert groups such as ours in the study were down on what's called Aerosol Spray. They thought it was just about droplets nearby and you pick it up off of surfaces. Out of date research, it's important but not all aerosol spread we're just talking way. I'm talking if you were in the room with me and Snort well-ventilated room, you could catch it from me over a period of an hour or so even though you're socially distanced happens in restaurants, choir practices and so on. And that's made people realize around the world that mask wearing is really important and some countries of the world they already knew that. So we've drifted towards mask-wearing. What we know that works is at least a two layered cotton mask when the inner layer is quite closely woven in the outer layer is going to be the waterproofing or a surgical, an approved surgical mask or an in one thousand five masks that doesn't have one of those one way valves on the front because they'll just spray the virus sites to people just remember that you're protecting others by wearing a facemask others so. That's the story facemasks. Now, there's a couple of pieces of research which are out in the last few days, which are quite interesting on face masks because one of the negative findings on face masks are only from one of the proponents of face massacres, Rhino McIntyre, from the Kirby Institute in Sydney she and others did a randomized trial in Vietnam with the people who were homemade masks, we're more likely to transmit viruses. This is a few years ago before covet. They even had worries at the beginning. This was actually about the way these masks were being maintained and turned over and so on the. Reanalysis in the British Medical Journal and shown in fact, it was the way they were looking after these cloth masks and the masks that were just hand washed in warm water in a basin and heart to dry they continue to transmit the virus. But if you went into a hospital laundry or you wash them properly and sixty degrees in a proper cycle, then they were actually. Okay. So it's the way that these were maintained and the second one was face shields. Face shows were allowed in Victoria allowed anymore by themselves because they continue to spread the virus and a study of healthcare workers in India has shown that the addition of a face shield to face masks significantly reduces the chances of healthcare workers being infected. So facials do work as an extra device, but not instead of masks healthcare workers in do generally use face shield Sunday it's part of the PPI, and so they're pretty well sorted, but they're still being a problem in Australia with healthcare worker infection. Either because they've not been wearing p. not being provided and in many cases, we still don't know how many health care workers caught the infection sonoma's I'm going to reveal something to the audience about you and your e mailing habits is that you love to either get up very late at night early in the morning and look three research journals. It's a continuous variable by the way. Yes. And then it just like like randomly with research articles that we should talk about. So let's just rip through a whole bunch of them right now you're why should you sleep? You know exactly if you're not skin asleep, why should I be at asleep? So first of all, what's the chances that a baby could catch covid from? It's Mother's breast milk, I? Mean this is a very live topic and with meeks findings mean baby there are some reports of babies, newborn babies, catching SARS COV to, and this is a very small study looking at breast milk and really no convincing. Evidence that the breast milk trend had SARS COV to it. Maybe one sample had some doubts about it. But essentially in this small study has to be said, no evidence of transmission of sauce cartoon, the breast move what about a win we're taking a swab from someone's noise to test them from covid. Is there a best way of doing this? You know really interesting piece from an ent surgeon talking about how sometimes people who are taking swabs, and of course, this is in the American context get the anatomy. Wrong. So we think that the way into the nose is straight up. Since painful when in fact, it's actually imagine you've got your nose it's actually straight back and it's actually quite deep. So it could be centimeters back. So you've actually the swamp has got to go quite far back, and if you tell people this won't be uncomfortable. You're Aligarh it will be uncomfortable, and so he's got to go right back and quite deep to get to the. Back of the nose in the throat, the nasal ferrings. So it's not up it straight back my eyes were watering just looking at it either way it sounds

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Gaslighting

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:06 min | 8 months ago

Gaslighting

"Welcome to kiss Miss Mystery Siamese host kit, chrome you don't I really enjoy getting the emails about various podcasts I. Do ask you questions about my research or where I got an idea. Just a few months ago actually I did a podcast on the term gas lighting. Now, this might be a term you heard referring to a specific politician or maybe even to an individual connected to mass media. The term gas lighting comes from a nineteen thirty, eight play gas light and his film adaptation gas lighting can occur in personal or professional relationships and victims are targeted at the core of their being their sense of identity and self worth. Manipulative people who engage in gas lighting do so to attain power over their victims unit because they simply derive warped enjoyment from the APP or because they wish to emotionally physically or financially control. Psychologists agree on the following traits use by gas lighters. They told Layton BLIGH's they're setting up a precedence once they tell you a lie. You're not sure if anything they say is true they want to put you in an unsteady place when confronted with something they said Golden I having said it hoping to put you in a place of wondering if you heard right questioning yourself, they keep at you gradually with lies in overtime they. Will intensify their tactics. Have you heard the expression action speaks louder than words, gas lighters words rarely matched their actions to further add to their victims confusion they will cut them down one day. Then praise them the next the gaslight were will continue manipulating. They will use words like I heard, or they said to backup false statements creating a false narrative backed up by imaginary people. Gas sliders are fond of saying that everyone else is Aligarh. Psychologists say that those who use gas lighting tactics probably been doing so most of their lives and have a personality disorder, a slider is a person with a problem and for whatever reason, you become a target to step out of the gas lighter trap start by counting the lies and denials. In the nineteen forty four movie dial M for murder. The plot is gas lighting at its best most gas lighting occurs in one to two situations between boss and an employee or perhaps we tune to competitive employees or in a personal family relationship. But there's another kind of gas lighting that occurs every four years in a few times in between that is more subtle and it seems to me the gas lighting tactics are more present than ever during this election year to every campaign promise for political premise. Ask yourself this that true or could that really happen. If the premise of the campaign doesn't ring true. You might want to examine who you're going to vote for and as always don't believe everything you think.

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Whos gaslighting you

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:58 min | 9 months ago

Whos gaslighting you

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries I'm your host Kit Chrome? WHO's gas lighting you? The term gas lighting from the nineteen thirty eight play gas light and his film adaptation gaslight he can occur in personal or professional relationships and victims are targeted at the core of their beans, the sense of identity and self worth manipulative people who engage in gas sliding do so to attain power. Power, over their victims, either because they simply derive warped enjoyment from the act, because they wish to emotionally physically or financially control their victims, psychologists agree on the following traits used gas liars. They choke blatant lies Sir setting up a precedence once they told you a lie. You're not sure if anything they say is true. They want to put you in an unsteady place when. When confronted with something they said dealt tonight I. Haven't said it, but we put you in that place wondering if you heard right questioning yourself, they keep gradually with lives over time they will intensify their tactics. Have you heard the expression action speaks louder than words. The gas sliders words rarely match their actions to further. Add their victims confusion. They will cut them down one day. Day In prison the next the gas lighter will continue manipulating. It will use words like her I heard, or they said to backup certain false statements, creating a false narrative backed up by imaginary people. Gaslight is fond of saying that everyone. Else's Aligarh psychologists say that those who use gas lining tactics have probably been doing so most of their lives never personality disorder aghast lighter. Lighter as a person with a problem, and for whatever reason you become the target to step out of the gaslight or trap, start by counting the lies and denials, it's not uncommon for one person to deny something on occasion or to tell a FIB white lie or an outright lie on occasion which you're looking for or the numbers. Aghast slider is a person with the problem. Problem in the one thousand nine hundred forty four movie dial M for murder. The plot is gaslight nets best. Most gas occurs in one to one situation. Say Between Boston employees, or perhaps between two competitive employees or on a personal family relationship, but there is another kind of gas lighting that occurs every four years and a few times in between that it is more subtle. Subtle and it seems to me. The gas lighting tactics are more present now than ever during this election year to every campaign, promise or political premise, ask yourself. Is that true or could that really happen? If the premise of the campaign doesn't ring true, you might want to examine who you're going to vote for, and as always don't believe everything you think and look out for. For who's gas lighting

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Pants on Fire: Cheerleading

Pants On Fire

09:29 min | 1 year ago

Pants on Fire: Cheerleading

"Welcome to pants on. Fire that game show where kids choose between the cheerful and spirited truth and the bad sportsmanship of lies. I'm your host Deborah Gold. Cnn in the studio today is our sound effects about Lisa which stands for live in-studio audience too but not too but that is the question. Pardon me I poured in the lady. Thank you but what is it that you are doing? I'm practicing my lines. I have an audition tomorrow for the robot. Regional Theater production of Hamlet. How that's exciting to thrilling. Indeed but to be honest I am nervous. Oh I really want to be in this play and I've been setting all the lines for weeks. I think you're going to be great and remember this above all to thine own self be true. What is that some sort of fortune cookies saying? No it's a line from no forget it. Why don't you take your mind off your audition and tell us how our game works Shaw Melody? Every ways we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other ally and it's the job of a human to help us figure out who is too because no one gets about Aligarh better than a kid. I mean we hope right. Otherwise Radha business. What are we lying about today Deborah? We are lying about cheerleading. An activity of organized cheering chanting dancing and sometimes competing with stumps Lisa. Do you know anything about cheerleading. I'm sure had mentioned my great uncle. The electronic scoreboard was installed at a basketball court. I used to go to games and watch him keep score the cheerleaders. Were pretty good but nothing is as exciting as watching your uncle. Flip those numbers. That's real spirit. I I can appreciate that but I think you're going to really feel the spirit when we learn more about cheerleading. Now whatever okay. I say we should find out about our contestants shall we? Who might that be? I know tell us are human child contestant as an eight year old who loves everything about baseball. I'm Talkin every billy leave of it lily are you. I'm good welcome to pass on. We're so happy that you're here. You love everything about baseball. You like watching it or playing it. That's cool duva favorite baseball team. Yes the New York mets. The New York mets and dealer favorite player on the team Noah syndergaard. Mister met. Yeah I was stuffy of him only and I went to high school together. I don't know about that and tells. I hear that there is a forbidden word in your house and it starts with the letter Z. And it is perhaps a vegetable and getting close to something you don't care for Sabre Broccoli might be Zucchini. This is something you do not like correct blab not in any which way not even Zucchini ice cream. Ill Zucchini no. It's kind of fun. So can all right. We'll we want to know some more fun facts about you lilly. But we're GONNA do it the way we do it on pants on fire playing two truths and a lie. Okay so you're gonNA tell us three facts about yourself. Two of those facts will be true. One will be ally and we have to figure out which one is the lie. Are you ready? Yeah Excellent. What are your three facts on so first one is my dreams go to West Point West Point? I know absolutely everything about Harry Potter. Threes my grandparents live in Spain Spain. No not space stain. That'd be fun. Okay what do you think Lisa? Which one of those things is a lie? She said earlier that she knew everything about baseball. Now trying to come back and say she knows everything about Harry Potter. That's like a lot of that. One is the law. That's fair. I think there's one things she doesn't know about. Maybe so lily. Which one of those things is a lie Is My grandparents live Spain? So you're saying you know everything about Harry Potter. Yes okay. Let's see. Do you know what Harry Potter does? Yeah he's a wizard. She does everything she does. Okay Lisa can we get some welcome music? For OUR CHEER EXPERTS. Two four six eight khurda appreciate. I want to hear about it if it's me otherwise I don't talk about it. I just appreciate me. Our first expert is Allison Williams. Allison introduce yourself to Palo Lily. I am a CO owner of an All Star cheerleading program in Brooklyn New York. Pay Thank you very much and our second expert is Gerry mccrae Jerry. Please introduce yourself to lily. Lilly how are you? I'm Cheri and competitive cheer choreographer at Various High Schools in New York and Connecticut and they used to cheerleader twenty Peac University. Two thousand five to two thousand nine go Queenie plus enough. Let's see those are some cheerful sounds? Lisa well I always feel cheerful. It's I'd say time toads. We are going to put our experts on the hot seat while they answered lillies questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I Jerry Maguire. Because he's going to show us the money. His name is not Jerry Maguire. But I like your thinking anyway I fine. Blue Okay Lily. What question do you have for Jerry to start? Tell me about what you do. What does a typical day in your job? Look like sure so. I've been hired to come up with competitive cheer routines at various high schools. So I go. I work with the students. I kind of envisioned the whole routine. I teach it to them and we go through all the motions and until we're ready to go. Put it into competitions clue. Yeah that's my job to. That's basically what I do. I see. Allison how did cheerleading become a sport? That's an excellent question. So initially cheerleading began in the UK in the mid eighteen hundreds and then traveled over to the US and at first there were college students who were in the audience watching a football game and the athletes weren't doing well during the football game and so the audience decided that they were going to get together and they were going to encourage their fellow athletes from there the sport grew throughout the US and then officially became competitive sport in the nineteen eighties. It's also spread throughout the entire world since then cool. This is for you. Jerry what would you say is the worst injury seen on the Mat So one time I did see a basket. Toss gone wrong person. Just didn't catch the flyer so she fell down. Hit the person who was on the base that they both kind of hit their head on the ground and Yeah so just to head. Injuries is the worst I saw. Because you know you need your you need your brain to be intact or two. That are they okay. They're they're still with us. That's good yes where I don't see bring them. He said they were with us. It's just an expression that means they're non dead. Humans are obsessed with. Who's alive who is dead going? What are you robots obsessed with? Good question we have you ever had something called Zucchini tuition. So mean Okay Lily. Quick change the subject away from that. Vegeta- this one's for both of you. Can you tell me about the jump? The herkie Chanda Hurricane Joe. Okay who wants to take that question? I'll start okay. So there was a fellow named Lauren Turkey and he founded the NCI the national cheerleading association. And he also invented the pom pom so they named jump after him because everyone loves him and he big in the world of cheerleading. And it's just this fantasy cheerleading jumping with some nice arches in aerials well to add onto that Lawrence her car. The reason why the jump was specific named after him because he attempted to do a split jump and instead bent his leg and as a result he came up with this jump. That did not exist. Which is why was named after him the hurricane.

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"aligarh" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"aligarh" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"None of this happened and like well. It's it's gaps gaps and but but trump's aligarh so let's make the story really bad trump's aligarh and these are gaffes and you know it's because of trump were a little bit more so we wouldn't even be paying attention attention this shit. You know we wouldn't even be that. We we'd let them tell their bullshit stories but now trump we're kind of like is this story bullshit so trump's such a liar but you know buying gaffe brennan being gaffe-prone could maybe maybe turn out to be a problem for him. So we really gotta watch these gaffes and then she comes up trumps aligarh. Can you tell me that trump's never lied now. First of all i do sympathize with kaley a little bit here because i you know i i've met a few times. She's she's fairly nice. We've done panels on kennedy before a couple times and look when you work for a president. You're in an impossible situation. So of course she has to beep. She's completely full of shit. Where's she has asked. A question like has donald trump ever light. Can you imagine now he's tiny for working for donald trump and the guys that question. Has he ever lied you. Gotta go has has the media ever lied. Okay obviously donald. Trump is like donald trump's lied while they were doing this interview right. Yes obviously donald. Trump is light but it's it's still hard to not look at the outrageously unfair coverage i mean would they. Could you imagine ever in obama rep coming on c._n._n. Men and then going let me ask you a question. This is my first question off. The bat. Has obama ever lied ever i of what person can you saying no to about that. This is the nature of politics. Is you have to pretend these people are fucking saints said true every one of them by the way if you as one of obama's webster biden's reps are trump's rhapsody they all go. Has he ever lied. They will have to look you in the face and go no. He's never lied perfect. It would be people like the rest of us like. You've just asked you rub. Have you ever lied. Of course i mean i'm human even like i've lied. I have a lot of skills so why spa we've all tied before in our lives like it's just so ridiculous i don't know like have you ever lied. Have you ever had a job where you never told a lie. You're never like oh you know. I can't make it in tomorrow for so-and-so reason but it wasn't really for someone so reason. You've really never like oh okay. I mean most of us. Try to be honest most of the time but like i can tell you that i've never lied about <unk> out in opinion that i have on this show that that i could stand by but like never live like anywhere it's just ridiculous standard but could you imagine the masking that of anyone else of any other politician who wasn't trump or a trump supporter is yours foot can't and the hostility that they treat her with the unbelievable still gonna cut the interview short. This is it. You're out of here. <hes> you you either either. Here's your thank you either admit trump's aligarh or get the hell off my show. That's how we treat them and then juxtaposed that with the biden coverage coverage well. What do you think about these gaps. I mean they were based off three different stories..

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Brazil's Bolsonaro fuels spat with Macron over Amazon fires

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Brazil's Bolsonaro fuels spat with Macron over Amazon fires

"Brazilian brazilian presidential presidential air air bolsonaro bolsonaro tuesday tuesday morning morning rejected rejected twenty twenty million million dollars dollars an an international international relief relief to to combat combat the the wildfires wildfires eating eating away at the amazon rainforest but before the day was out the brazilian government walked back the rejection and now says it will accept the money but there are still concerns about how the government will be able to administer the aid bolsonaro has made his apathy about the situation clear he engaged in a protracted acted spat with french president g seven leader emmanuel macron over proposed international solutions to the crisis bolsonaro mocked macron's wife and accused used the french leader of disrespecting brazil sovereignty and his chief of staff skewer the french for the fire that damaged the notre dame cathedral in paris macron has called bolsonaro aligarh and said brazilian women or probably ashamed of their president donald trump of course wait on twitter to salute bolsa narrow saying quote he is working very hard on the amazon fires and in all respects doing a great job for the people of brazil. I don't make this stuff up. I just report it.

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Hope Hicks testifies on Mueller probe

Charlie Parker

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Hope Hicks testifies on Mueller probe

"Former White House communications chief hope Hicks, on Capitol Hill at this hour, after being called testifying closed-door meeting of the House Judiciary committee Hicks spent years as a close aide to President Trump is already been interviewed by former special counsel, Robert Mueller's team as part of the Russia probe. White House lawyers Aligarh to the committee yesterday saying Trump has directed Hicks, not to answer questions, relating to her service, as a senior

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"aligarh" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"aligarh" Discussed on Big Blue View

"That whether asking these defense events to do isn't the same thing. Really what you've got our three defensive tackles your hundred percent. Right. And I think you're right. I don't think a lot of fans are clear enough on that when the giants lineup three four with the first thing that's different for older giant fans is that this isn't a to Gabby sets where you're asking your defensive linemen, so, you know, occupied to offense of line into Aligarh linebackers to Florida football. That's the giants in the eighty that your traditional three four defense. That's not what games Becher wants guys to do. So even in the three-man line, he wants his guys, penetrating a one gap style getting the deal. So that's the first thing that's different to your point on the defensive ends. You're one hundred percent right in the giants. Three four defense for the fans understand this. They play three positions right? There's a zero technique, which is your nose. That's your defensive tackle technical tackle. Right. Then you're to quote unquote defensive ends won't guys playing three techniques, which is exactly what a four three -spensive tackle and guys playing either a four shade or five, which is still playing not on the outside shoulder of the offense tackle. So these guys are being asked to get out there on the edge and win with speed. They're playing inside of the giants edge rusher. So you're a hundred percent right. It is a completely different position. Any completely different ask your right? If I was the like create a roster template for what the giants do for three four defense, I wouldn't have a nose tackle. And then I have defensive tackle one, and then I had defensive tackle to, and that's all I would quite the three positions. And that seems to be what the giants have pretty much done here because all three of these guys Dalvand Tomlinson, you know, Lawrence and BJ hill. All three of these guys. I think collegiately were basically considered, you know, zero Tech's. Yeah. Yeah. Three them for sure. I mean be he'll play digging and warns both played three at times in college Tomlinson was for sure, more zero but yet they're guys that move from both spot. They went from zero to three and that's what they played in college, and that's where they're gonna play here. Sure, all right. Hey, let's you know we, we could probably talk about this defense forever because I do. The big question, Mark. Quick. Real quick before we go to offense. What's your take on the one backers inside linebackers now not the passwords outside the oval trees? The Goodson Detaille Davis, the Connelly's. I think that's something that, that not a lot of people talk about. You know, it's funny because I, I if I was to put it in one quick phrase, I would say, not good enough. You know, and I think I think the problem that I have is Alex Alec Ogle trees interceptions that he had last year to me or a little bit misleading because he's not that good in coverage. You know we know that j you know, he made some plays last year. We know that BJ Goodson, to me is more of a classic four three, you know, Mike linebacker than he is a three four guy that can, you know that can cover it. You know, take Davis and Ryan Conley. In these guys, you know, if you, you can't go by pro football focus numbers all the time. You just can't and guys as you said, they developed from one year to the next. But if you look at Davis's pro football focus coverage numbers last year. He was a coverage linebacker who couldn't cover. All right. He was a coverage linebacker who couldn't cover. So as, as you said, though, for me, you know, ro- Gettleman says, this all the time, Rome isn't built in a day and only have a certain number of picks and you couldn't, and I remind people of this big, move, you all the time, no matter how much you have a salary cap league, you have a certain number of draft choices you have to make decisions..

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"aligarh" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I know I'm not just saying this because it's you extreme physical activity or just swimming in the ocean or having sex, these these are little glimpses or near death experience. I think it's about removing the barriers that we've all constructed in our own minds and our own consciousnesses. Like, if you as a comedian as an artist, you know, full, well that, you know, the the value of the script that you write for crashing is not going to be is not going to directly correlate to like how hard you work on it. Right. You if you grind on it. And you pull all nighters doesn't necessarily mean. It's going to be good. It might be and probably will be better. If you can just get into a space of stillness where you can kind of channel. What's? Already inside of you. That's right. And in an effortless way. That's right. And it might not feel like you did anything. But then the truth will be there. And that might be the thing that elevates. That's right. So it's it's about like stripping away losing something. Right. Not gaining the right belief, but losing something. And I, you know, I say this in the book too. I I think that the devil can be a metaphor for your brain or your ego because we call the devil Aligarh and thief, and I think it's my brain. And my thoughts that are often thieving me and lying to me. And it's the same thing when I'm in the museum thinking about a painting. It's not the same as merging with the painting. So I say don't consume a flower be consumed by and there's methods in the book that I talk about and they're very simple, and I don't mind spilling them. But it's a lot of times. It's about giving your brain something to do. One of the chapters is is just called. Yes. Thank you. That's very valuable to me. I think it's worth. I don't know if the books like twenty five bucks, I think that's worth that. An I here here it is for free. It'll be cheaper on Amazon. Yeah. Exactly. It'll be cheaper in the bargain bin. We. Yes, thank you. As a very very powerful. Mantra doesn't have to be in sanskrit. It doesn't have to be. We were something that might not feel natural to you. Yes. Thank you is super super valuable, and we talked about earlier with suffering. You say, yes, I think you to that. Well, there's all these paths towards that. There are you can use the traditions of the Jesus story, and it's answer. Larry stories, you can find it in the wisdom of Ramdas, and you can find it's it's analogous to a lot of the stoic philosophy to there are many paths towards that simply truth. Well, there's no there's no greater joy. And I'm not just saying this. Then when I find truth hiding in different people's styles. You know what? I mean, if I read something I'm reading Richard rose new book, which is called the the attornal Christ. And I'm also reading Alan watts book called this as at and it's the same book. You know what I mean? And I mean that in the great way, obviously, they're using different symbols. But they're talking about the same things and that really lights me up. And then when Ryan comes on and talks about. Stoicism which I didn't even really know much about. Oh, they were saying the same thing that the Buddhists were saying, but like the Buddha did that he held up a flower. That was his great sermon is you're just, you know, at Car Toys crystals are enlightened rocks and flowers or enlightened beings because they're like beautiful for no reason. They've just sort of figured out like, well, it might as well do this. It's like a beautiful flower. And that is a much more powerful sermon than me trying to get you to think and absorb the same symbols and stuff. So the Chrysler he still works for me. Meditation is wonderful psychedelics are still occasionally, very helpful to me. But I one of the things that I really enjoy a lot is using the mind to beat the mind. There's a type of yoga the if I was really smart. I would remember the name of the type of yoga that is. But your brain is a certain power yoga Neutra, yoga newsra is that you know, maybe I make it up. It doesn't sound..

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Impeachment Begins, Sort Of

The Erick Erickson Show

07:28 min | 2 years ago

Impeachment Begins, Sort Of

"So I think that might be Cohen will only be ineffective witness to the extent he's independently corroborated either by other testimony, meaning verbal testimony or by documents or both because he's got an awful history. Now that doesn't mean that everything he says is ally. But what it does mean is that you have to corroborate him. And I think any any prosecutor at certainly someone as careful as skilled and as objective. As Bob Muller would never use someone as Michael like Michael Cohen unless he could crop rate them. And I think in general the same thing about the folks at the southern district, and she this this is the problem here. Remember, what all the spin was on bubbler going back only two weeks ago? We don't have to go that far back Democrats were saying that in the Manafort situation and the Coen situation in the Roger stone's situation that all of Bob molars allegations have multiple corroborating witnesses. All of Bob Mueller's charges or not based on one person. But on three four or five people that Cohen himself by himself as unreliable Cohen by himself could easily be dismissed as liar saying with Roger stone, Roger stolen could be dismissed buzz Aligarh Jerome Corsi, whoever. But there are multiple people who can paint the picture multiple people filling in the billings, multiple people back in each other up through separate independent investigations. So to have built that entire case into trotted out. Michael Cohen last week for Democrats to now be saying, hey, we gotta do this ourselves. Pretty big indicator. They're not going to get what they thought from the the Bob Mueller investigation that all of their hype about the Mueller investigation really doesn't live up to it. Now. One more clip Sarah Fagin is she's a Republican right of center strategist, not a Trump fan on with George Stephanopoulos over the weekend. Only the rest of the extent to Matt's point. If there is some real they're they're in and right now, we don't have evidence of collusion. Most Americans manafort's evidence of collusion. Will you have manafort's crimes, but that doesn't necessarily extend to the president. And we'll see what the mullahs report says, but one would think after a year, plus eighteen months, we would see something if it was directly connected to the president

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"aligarh" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"When did you stop beating your wife stories? Yeah. In other words, Trump's racists. Well, they asked Mr. Cohen Michael Cohen, they said, well, can you prove it you have this anybody else gonna say, well, no one? And then what happens? They get Trump on a record. The headline Trump. I'm not a racist. That's when did you stop beating your wish? I don't beat my way. I mean, that's what they do. The media does. Everybody knows. He's nonsense allegations. But one more thing that came out of this. Before I get to the prog dossiers angle. Here's Coen contradicted himself. He discredited himself completely when asked about what he thought of himself said if Trump is Aligarh, what are you Cohen says, I'm a fool. Okay. Well, we agree. You are with somebody the one true thing Cohen said, but at what point during the testimony he steps on himself, and he says and I discussed this during yesterday's show. Forgive me been so busy. But he's just Trump treated his campaign like an infomercial. In other words, he wasn't serious about winning was just doing it to build his brand. But no less than what an hour two hours later is being questioned by Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Joe. And what does he say he says he would have done anything to win this race? That doesn't make sense, folks. Get the non sequitur there. You can't have it both ways Coen's either lying or he's for a guy who worked for Trump for ten years. He's grossly misreading Donald Trump. You can't say. Let me let's say me. And Joe we're having a beef. Right. And I said well, Joe never took this job. Seriously. He was only treating this pathway to get other places. And then they asked me later on about yoga Joe would have done anything to keep this shop. He loved this job so much folks you understand. I mean, I'm using a dopey analogy. Yeah. That's how stupid what Cohen said. Is you those two things can exist at the same time. Either Cohen didn't take either Trump to take the job seriously running for president and was promoting his brand or he would have done anything to win. And it was interesting because when Debbie Wasserman Schultz was asking the questions she was asking question, I want to be clear on this. Do you think it's possible? Trump could have colluded with the Russians. Now Cohen said he had no evidence of that to be fair to come in that Trump was colluding with the Russias, but when Wasserman Schultz ask them, if it was possible in other words, Joe another did you beat your wife question? Yes, sir. Cohen says well it's possible because he would have done anything to win. So you see when the argument changes prince on on the on the gas lighting effort. They're trying to make Cohen changes story in the beginning. He's trying to paint Trump as an unserious idiot. I'll he was running like infomercial. So that's what he says. And then when it's Russian collusion, which would have required. Trump to be a traitor and done some very serious things to win the race..

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Top takeaways from Michael Cohen's testimony

FiveThirtyEight Politics

05:24 min | 2 years ago

Top takeaways from Michael Cohen's testimony

"Today, he answered questions about Trump's communications with Roger stone relating to WikiLeaks about hush money payments to stormy Daniels about possible tax fraud about his own personal credibility and plenty more. So let's break down. What's new what's an actual legal liability for Trump if anything, and of course, the politics of it and here with me to do that our editor and chief Nate silver comes down. It's going well here in spent all day watching television. I guess it is my job. Yeah. Yeah. How was it? I'm one of those people where I like go to a museum like after the first hour, my eyes start to glaze over here. He lose concentration. Well, I think actually part of the problem is I think it got more interesting at the end toward the end because in part because you have all these old fogies who like are not asking show. Questions or grandstanding right toward the end. You had from I think both Republicans and probably more. Democrats more sharp lines of questioning more interesting things to say more differentiation. And so I think people should tune in for the for the second half. All right. We'll get more into that momentarily. But also here with us. Our senior writer Perry. Big junior Perry. How's it going? Hey, good to be with you. Thanks for joining us. And also we have five thirty contributor and legal reporter Amelia Thompson devoe him Melia. How's it going? Alan let's start with you a meal of the person who's helped us track. What kind of legal liability is on the table for Trump? Did we learn anything new regarding any possible criminality in anything that Trump did as either a candidate or as president today? Well, see we did get a clarification on one important thing. Which is the question of what happened with Michael Cohen's testimony previous testimony to congress, and whether the president directed him to lie there had been reporting from BuzzFeed saying that Trump had told him to lie to congress, which is a crime. And then there is a sort of immediate question about whether that reporting was true, and it seems based on Cohen's testimony that it was sort of partially true. Trump didn't come up to him and say, hey, I want you to light a congress. So it's not clear what my role was. In the Trump Tower Moscow deal at at a moment when it wouldn't look good for me, politically, but he sort of told Cohen to do it and not so many words in an indirect way. And the question the center, which that is illegal little bit more up in the air, but it's important to have sort of that clarification, at least based on Cohen's testimony. And then there were a couple of really interesting moments where Cohen got asked questions about the investigations in the southern district of New York. And those are the prosecutors that folks may remember had initially charged Cohen with campaign finance violations and other crimes back in August and cone, which sort of stop, and I can't talk about this because it relates to an ongoing investigation. And he even indicated that he's he's still cooperating with prosecutors in the hope of potentially his cooperation lessening his. Sentence in the futures. So that was really interesting sort of suggested, we know that prosecutors in New York are looking into the Trump organization's role in those payments or potential role and the inaugural committee. And so it was interesting to know the Cohen is still working with them. And of course, raises the question about what he might be telling them. So those are the headlines in terms of legal liability for Trump, which is I think perhaps what the Democrats were most interested in today pair, you've also been following these investigations what stuck out to you either from a legal standpoint or a political standpoint from a legal standpoint Amelia's hit about some things that might be different threads. But nothing jumped out in terms of the with the New York prosecutors investigating or in terms of Muslim militant getting imparted that think at times Cohen hinted. I can't talk about certain things because they're still in legal limbo. I think he was limited in that. In terms of the politics of are. Or the health? Congress handle that I was struck by two things. One is not shocking. But the Republicans members below time attacking Cohen calling Cohen Aligarh, and pointing out how much he had lied didn't really Cohen has some great detail in criticizing the president's behavior and conduct. That wasn't a lot of pushback against that. The Republican members themselves seem to concede a fair amount of it. And then on the democratic side. I did get the sense that they they they didn't really use the time very much. I didn't think to any new details to our overall understanding of the Russian story or Trump overall. I'm not sure that I think Cohen calling his former boss racists. And a conman cheater was interesting, but I'm the Democrats. Nestle told us much new in in the last four or five hours. Once Coen's opening statement was given what's your top line? Takeaway. Can make a non top line point. I yeah. About the BuzzFeed story because

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"aligarh" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"I hear a lot of people go to different things that their friend put on and they all have great websites at hashtags and cute tickets and everything, but they're not all the same. And I think it's it's kind of made me skeptical. Someone's like, oh come to this event. The there's not like a standard you're gonna be like. I think we have to be careful it's cute to put on a conference. It's epic to do that. If you have a plan, but you guys think about the work involved in that you need a team to do that ask people to gather in a room is not an event just got a new piece about that a little bit on all these pop up is to Graham experience like the museum pizza the museum of ice cream. As the Rosie museum. And all that stuff is like he's one picture. It's not the watering down the experience they're selling people to do. But I will be watching after my watching the fire festival dock after my big mama's birthday. Just try a hundred one hundred years huddle as the kids summit say name Yati of Bill cannon alleman, no Aligarh. Let me get this straight Guardia Abell cannon Carson element. I've never met anyone Gadio here. I don't know came from this milk though in New York named Guardia. Picture. Big mama, mama. As with something that she's tar you. She's fun from one hundred years of serve because that's you know, what? West coast, editor Gina Robson retargeting about something and something regina's nothing in our life is is not that hard. And I replied to has. No, I'm gonna do sit that because my big, mama. Always reminds me that her job was picking cotton. Like, that's how she started her career cheap picked cotton. And once my mother, and I would drive a do, savannah. We'll drive a to savannah from Atlanta. And we saw the cotton fields. And I don't know. I was like oh my down on a wooded. My really took to it is, and my we were calling big mama and big when I was like well this season for because you know, she was just kind of talk like you plan in here you planet. There have to be reminded that was her life that was her life. So just working where we. In doubt, Doni, Texas. So you guys we cover a lot of topics today. Tell us though on social media using hashtag. Yes. Go park, Linda. Yes. Did you watch dock were you confused? So you say you choose Bundy and befuddled as we also wish your birthday behavior and leaves the happy birthday shout us for Koreans. And mine. Hello. Hello. So yeah. Hashtag guest, overcast. Let's get into interview. I'm going to hear from you..

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The 'world Is going to end in 12 years'

Investor's Edge

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The 'world Is going to end in 12 years'

"As you now. We hold and I use this term loosely the leaders of this country to account. We don't care what party they're in. We don't see party. We don't see party. I'm a registered Republican only because I want to vote in the primary in Florida, but I'm not a Republican. This is not a the Republican party. I know there is nothing. I like about these people whatsoever. And I've been ripping all of them for a very long time. The media and the left. I watched the last three days as the media kissed the Royal? Of this Alexandra Cossio Cortes. She is one of four hundred and thirty five congress people. Representing her district. I believe it's the Queens New York. And remember how I told you when Sarah Palin came out how the media destroyed her. Well, for some reason the media is just kissing this woman's. You know what? Treating her like God. Like the end all be all like the answer. The solution. The best of the best. But she's a liar. You know, how they complain about Trump lies how I complain about Trump lies. Well, this woman's Aligarh a bold faced straight into your face liar. She was interviewed by a man in front of a bunch of people that were really love her. That if we don't do something we're all gonna die in twelve years. If we don't pay for it. That was a words if we don't pay for it and climate change were all going to die in twelve years. Now in case, you don't know about fourteen years ago. Al Gore said we were going to be. Who knows? But he said put in ten years the world was ending fourteen years. So why would this woman a new congresswoman come out and say, we're all gonna die in twelve years unless we pay up for climate change. Why would she lie like that? You see this person? Who was interviewing didn't ask the most important question. And then you ask a follow up. The follow up with simply be what would we die of? And then she would say, oh, well, the the water and icebergs, and the weather, and we're gonna die of the, you know, and then then the next follow up question. How do you now in twelve years? How do you know? And the next question you say you want us to pay up or we'll die pay up for what? We give you money. What are you going to do that? We don't die. Whether you're going to change them. What tools are you going to use the change the weather that we don't die? But they don't ask why because they kiss her. But I've never seen anything like it. It gets worse and worse and worse and worse a simple question away. What do you mean we're going to die in twelve years now? What are you going to die in twelve years? What's going to kill us? But you want money. Okay. We'll give you money how much money do you want? And how we gonna stop all this from happening. So she lied. She's no different than anybody else in politics. Now. She's a liar. Forget the money part. She's in the playbook. The playbook is create a frigging crisis and tell the world how much money you need to fix the crisis and get your idiots the follow you while the other side yells at you. I'm not going to yell. I'm just going to ask a simple question. What do you need the money for and how you gonna stop us from dying? And what are we going to die from

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Invisible Killers Hitchhike on Native Plant Seedlings

60-Second Science

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Invisible Killers Hitchhike on Native Plant Seedlings

"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata when wildfires ripped through a landscape firefighters have the first and most immediate job. But then that burned moonscape often passes into the hands of restoration ecologists who yank out invasive species and plant native seedlings in their place. And we try to artificially gave a start to these communities that Choon resemble the community were there prior disturbance Matteo Garba lotto, a plant pathologist at UC, Berkeley, the problem. He says is that microscope killers, sometimes hitchhike on native seedlings grown in nurseries. And that's happened at restoration sites in the San Francisco Bay area where restores hope that nursery, grow natives called toy owns and sticky. Monkey flowers could be reintroduced planted colleges were looking at them and thinking, oh, why yards toil jahns die here? Aligarh dis Tiki monkey flowers dying. Numbers and distribution site. So it happens that each one of those plans PC's was reintroduced in a restriction effort, and it had one or sometimes multiple of this pathogen that belong to the genus fight after which incidentally is the same genes of the pathogen that causes sudden death, and it's also the same genus of the pathogen the 'cause the Irish potato famine Balado in his colleagues surveyed five native plant nurseries for the fight off their pathogen and found that more than a quarter of the plant sampled were infected. They also discovered in separate work that it common. Chemical used to suppress the pathogen in nurseries can actually breed resistance. The passage of this strange through this production facilities, sometimes it can make them. More aggressive a reported their work in the journals, plus one and plant pathology, but there is a solution to root out these invisible killers a year long regiment of stricter sanitation at native plant nurseries like. Pasteurizing pots and soil appeared to eliminate the pathogen and disease free. Seedlings means damaged landscapes have a better chance at bouncing back. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

"Said lights out now. Critics are raving about escape it. Dan, Amora the show chronicling the infamous twenty fifteen prison break in upstate New York. That's already up for two Golden Globes, including best actress for Tricia, our cats dramatic transformation into prison worker. Joyce Mitchell and into anything wrong, but the real life. Joyce Mitchell is fighting back at the Showtime series calling director Ben Stiller Aligarh Mitchell, pleaded guilty to helping convicted killer, David sweat, and Richard Matt escape and was sentenced to seven years, please allow me to start. Sorry Mitchell claimed the end makes threatened to kill her husband. If she didn't help them admitting. She smuggled into inside hamburger meat, including hacksaw blades, chisels a punch and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat and used to cut their way through their cell walls. But in the series, then fifty one year old is portrayed as more of a willing co conspirator drawing Mitchell's, I are in a new interview with the New York Post in which she slam Stiller saying he doesn't care about the truth. All he cares about is making millions off me. He's an idiot. Mitchell takes particular exception to how the hit series depicts her having a sexual relationship with both inmates something she and sweat both denied, but Stiller is fighting back defending the series telling deadline. My guideline was to try and tell what I thought happened. She can dispute it, but the reality is she was kicked out of the tailor shop for inappropriate conduct for going in the back room with David sweat. The director told variety how he personally convinced New York governor, Andrew. Cuomo to grant permission to film at the Clinton correctional facility where the events took place, even filming at the actual manhole cover the inmates daringly escape through escape it down and was a real commitment for Ben Stiller as a director he devoted about a year of his life to filming the project in evidently in any of these true life true crime stories, they're going to be people that come and say, no, no, no, that's that's not my version of events. Ciller also said he was trying to tell the story as real and hopefully as entertaining as possible without exploiting, adding it can't be fun to be in prison. So seems like no love lost between those two ABC's. Janai Norman with the story. Some people are calling this next story Christmas day miracle a nine one one dispatcher helped save the life of a one year old child in Florida. The frantic call came in on Christmas day, a one year old had fallen in a pool in central Florida and had no pulse. A neighbor trying to perform CPR. Pump. And he doesn't know. Okay. Just tell him. I need him to lay him fight on his help is on the way. But the Orange County Fire rescue dispatcher waste new time. She starts instructing them on CPR over the phone. I need him to place his hand on his forehead the other hand under the neck and tilt the head back. Forehead and Nathan neck back. Closed and completely covering his mouth with your mouth and blow to. Into the lung moments later, gargling gurgling. Okay. But the boy wasn't in the clear

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"aligarh" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on KTRH

"Pompeo regarding coach kashogi and Saudi Arabia. Would you play that? Please. You believe is proper to Saudi Arabia. Order. Do believe I've read every piece of intelligence plus coming in the last few hours. I think I read it all there is no direct report. So this is what's confusing to me? There's no direct recording linking the prince says he thinks he's read all the intelligence information. That's the secretary of state. Few days back, Jake tapper said, the president was a liar and among the things he listed was not accepting the conclusion. That this Saudi prince ordered the the assassination of kashogi. I'm no fan of the Saudi Arabia or the prince or the breads are all but just let's just stop a minute. So Jake tapper was wrong. That's the secretary of state the secretary of defense at the same thing. Said exactly the same thing. So who's wrong and who's right? Obviously the administration doesn't have any direct link. I find it hard to believe the prince would know, but the fact is the media are pouncing on anything possible. Anything possible? President is not lying Jake tapper one. But here we have a case of an American citizen. Who has been kidnapped by the Palestinians. And I haven't heard a damn thing from CNN or anybody else. Our ambassador to Israel. David freedman. He's terrific Friedman demands release a Palestinian American. Who saw property to Jews? Listen to this. US ambassador. David Freedman has demanded the immediate release of Issam Akao a Palestinian American arrested by the Palestinian Authority security, forces two months ago for engaging in a real estate transaction with Jews in the Muslim quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. Cows incarnation is antithetical to the values of us. And all who advocate, the cause of peaceful coexistence said Freeman on Twitter. We demand is immediate release. Have you heard about this? Why aren't they all worked up about it in congress? That's an American citizen palest-. I'll tell you. Why? In a second Palestinian sources said a Cal a Resona Bethlehem had worked for the PA ministry for local government. The fifty five year old man who was a US citizen is being interrogated by the Palestinian security agencies in Ramallah for his role in the sale of an Arab own house in the old city of Jerusalem to a Jewish organizations organization. Sources told the Jerusalem Post. Now, did you know? That there is a death penalty sentence in place by the Palestinian Authority for any Palestinian who sells property to a Jew in Jerusalem. That's been suspended to life in prison. Have you heard about this now? Instead, Trump is a liar. Trump Aligarh Trump is a liar. Well. Seems to me Trump is telling the truth, but why isn't this being reported on CNN? Well, it could be a reason for this. What kind of people does CNN higher? As contributors to CNN. Well, here's one our buddy Phil Klein over at the Washington Examiner. CNN commentator calls for the elimination of Israel endorses, violent Palestinian resistance. I'm only bringing this up, ladies and gentlemen, because I think on the left, and that includes the media left, there's growing anti-semitism in this country. You know, they have this guy Dyson going on and on about whatever he goes on and on about. But this is a fact within the democrat party within the hardcore left within the media. That's right. I said it and it's true. You have that Islamist organization that ripping off donors. Who were making funds available to the Jewish community in Pittsburgh after the mass slaughter by the Jew. Hater in the Trump. Hater. You didn't see any national stories about that? CNN commentator Marc Lamont hill in a Wednesday speech to the UN called for violent resistance against Israel and advocated expanding Palestine, quote from the river to the sea unquote, a phrase used by those who believe that Israel should be eliminated. Well, what about that in a speech to the United Nations? Nobody cares. Nobody cares about that. Why is that? I'm I'm quite serious about that. Then we have this this organization that is involved in renting out people's homes and apartments. And. I'm going to pull up that. Art. Can you find that article for me, Mr. producer? Let me tell you what's going on folks. My computer's down my printers down, I'm working off my iphone, and I'm plugging away the best I can hear. But I need this article. If we can find it I think Senator deny or maybe not it's up. It's up on conservative review. Would you check up there? Real fast. So you have this organization, and they put out there own if you all it's an American company. It's privately owned. And they've said that they will not basically represent any of these. These homes these apartments these Bredon back breakfast types, play places. In the so-called, West Bank, Judea and Samaria owned by Jews. Who are trying to rent them to other people. Owned by only only Jews. Okay. Pardon me, folks. It's on its way live radio baby is the way it works here. It is beautiful. Thank you. Let me take it from the Washington free beacon. I'm just mentioning these things because these things are building up, and I don't see them commenting on on on CNN MSNBC or anywhere else. Adam Crato, our buddy over at the the free beacon. The recent decision by Airbnb to stop it services for Jews living in Samarra today is being met with criticism by the Trump administration and pro Israel leaders on Capitol Hill, according to sources who spoke to the Washington free beacon about the company's choice to join the anti-israel boycott divestment and sanctions movement beady. Airbnb a growing tech company that allows travelers to rent lodging across the globe announced that it removes some two hundred Jewish owned rental homes in the West Bank, sparking fury, and pro Israel circles, the deepening controversy over Airbnb decision that joined the BBS women is beginning to be discussed with the Trump administration. So here you have this isn't discussed on Jake tapper program. He's Jewish by the way. This isn't discussed on wolf Blitzer. He's Jewish by the way. It's not discussed on this isn't just important because the Democrats aren't really behind this yet. Ernie Sanders isn't behind this yet. She had the Trump administration taking the lead on this fighting this. If Ted Cruz taking the lead on this fighting this. You have the Trump administration taking the lead trying to get back in American citizen who is a Palestinian ancestry. No coverage on CNN whatsoever. To my knowledge. You have this. This Llamas foundation that rips off donors were trying to contribute to the Jewish community in Pittsburgh after the slaughter of Jews in that synagogue almost. No attention whatsoever. I don't see an end and so forth. Instead, it's Jim Acosta. It's we don't believe Trump. He's a liar. It's not a it's not an invasion. It's a parade. Of course, the prince knew about kashogi, even though Mattis now and Pompeo say, we don't have direct doesn't matter. They pushed the democrat agenda and the democrat line and more and more. Whether people want to hear this or not. More and more the left side gender. And let's be honest. The left controls the democrat party. Is this hostility that you see? This hostility that you see. And you see it in the media. By what they don't report on what.

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Game night @pop.in

Talking Tech

05:41 min | 2 years ago

Game night @pop.in

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. What did you could play games? Like people used to do back in the thirties and forties in parlors online in an app. That's the idea of the pop is doing it's falling into came night. Alex Kruglov who is the founder of pop is going to tell everybody all about it today. Alex what's going on? Thanks for having me Jefferson. We take together the concept of going to France house and playing fun games. Like board games card games dice games. And we merging together with something that feels a little bit more like a game show on television. And you do all of this from your mobile devices, your iphone or your Android device? So you play with other people online video in front of an audience that plays along and people from the audience gets to play in the next round and the winners get prizes. So what made you decided to do this? Well, there there are two two different parts. I we have always been committed to this idea of people connecting with other people in a more human way in a way that isn't consistent with how it's otherwise done on social media. And when people are together on video, they have an ability to to get to know each other a little bit better. But when they have this excuse to be together to play games the fun of the game play allows for connections. That's really special. So let's go through the logistics. You download the pop inap-. And then that's right. The pop nap is available on both Android you. Download the app and every single gay. There are hosted game nights. They're hosted by a variety of different hosts and you'll see that they're listed. So you you select the ones that you are available to go to and you click a button says I want to end which means the centrally registered to go you then get an alert when when the game night opens. You go in there. People get selected to play on stage by the host, and and somebody wins there's always a single winner who wins the prizes. And then typically typical game night has two games. The the second game is played by the people who have been playing in the audience and have done the best amongst the audience, and then it's just rinse and repeat. What are the topics? What are the games the first game that we introduce this called liar's dice? It's a game. That's been around for a few hundred years. It's it's played all over north and South America and easiest way to describe lies is it's kind of like poker, but with dice. Oh, a lot simpler, the majority of the people who have been playing in our app during our test period were not familiar with the game. And they usually figure it out within within the first game or two. What's interesting about liar's dice? It's kind of like Pia no guitar in that it's very very easy to figure out how to play it. But it's very very hard to master. So the more people play the better, they get what's her the questions. Well, it's it's a it's a game of bluffing. So everybody gets a hand of dice. And the simple rules are that you're trying to figure out how many of a certain dice. Are there shared amongst the other players? So you know, what you have? But you don't know what they have. And that's and that's the game of bluffing. So you go around and you keep upping each other's bid. Then somebody call somebody else Aligarh a which point at which point the the days the dice are revealed and somebody loses their dice, and then the person without any dice at the end of the game wins. What's what's special about the game? Is that it's simple to play and allows people to come up with all kinds of Corky way to interact with each other to bluff to potentially be honest. And as a way of kind of radical transparency as a way of winning and over and over again, we're seeing different people play and create a really positive experience both for each other. And for the audience to check it out you download the the the pop in app. And then you look every night for a game. Exactly every night. There's at least one game night most most nights have multiple game nights. And then once a week is what we what we have is what we call it golden game night. Golden game nights have much higher much bigger prizes for those people out there who have more questions for Alex how they find you. I'm I'm definitely around in the app in. It's very easy to get hold of me there or you can just Email me Alex at pop that in. I'm also on Twitter at eight Kruglov, Alex Kruglov. Thank you so much. You've been listening to talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. Please subscribe to the show on apple podcast. Please favorite the show and Stitcher which helps more people find the show as always. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device. Desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. 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"aligarh" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"The center genome. We did find five segments of native American ancestry with very high confidence for we believe the error rate is less than one on one thousand. The president likes to call my mom Aligarh. What are the facts say? Absolutely. Have a native American the ancestor in your pedigree. Trump has frequently referred to Warren as poke hottest the dispute stems from Warren, formerly notifying to universities after she was hired in the nineteen eighties that she had native heritage. The video includes statements from people who had a role in her hiring saying warrants. Heritage was not a factor on reiterates. She is not an enrolled member of any tribe. The video includes excerpts of Trump at one of his rallies suggesting he'd pay a million dollars to a charity. If a DNA test showed Warren is native Warren issued a tweet saying the president can send a check to the national indigenous women's resource center Trump has since backed off of that claim. I'm art Hughes. The nation's farm Bill expired without renewal at the end of the fiscal year on September thirtieth. It's not likely congress will get around to our renewal until after November's midterm elections. Mary Sherman reports the expiration of the farm Bill is putting the brakes on conservation programs important for many, Illinois farmers and ranchers while the legislation largely stalled over the supplemental nutrition assistance program that people who grow food and livestock also were impacted Ryan stock well with the national wildlife federation says farmers like.

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"aligarh" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Two four eight three three eight five two four eight six six Tom shillue. That is the number eight three three eight five two four eight six six. The question is where do we go now? I'm assuming I'm looking at Colin she's still talking there. This is like the speech of the century. This like Mr Smith goes to Washington on the Senate floor. Talking about a starting two boys camp. And smashing the Taylor machine. You guys remember that movie? I saw it recently, actually. So it's fresh in my mind. The. The swing voter is one of the great annoyances in modern times. And I don't just mean voters you the voters. It's all those swing voter panels that they assemble around election time. I've assembled a group of fifty swing voters. They can't decide really. It was the stark contrast was drawn this past election past presidential election. We had Donald Trump. Against Hillary Clinton. And somehow we had Frank Luntz was already it was always able to assemble a room full of people who hadn't made up their minds. I'm a swing voter. I I'm a deliberative person. I really think IDO vote for the party. I vote for the person all this kind of stuff. That sounds good. I'm a bit of a maverick. No, one tells me how to vote I get it. You're a special person, you're an iconic class. You're also lying. You knew who you were going to vote for Trump or Hillary Clinton. You'd always get these people in a room, and they would say I've assembled the finest group of swing voters, and they haven't made up their mind, but they're about to sit and watch a debate. Between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. How they got these people. I don't know how they assemble them in this room. It's amazing. But then they would all profess that they were undecided. How many people are undecided? All the hands go up. Then you see a bit of the debate. You see the whole debate you watch the debate with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. And then they go to the post debate analysis with the swing voter panel. How many people were impressed with Hillary Clinton half the hands? Go up interesting. Wow. What results how many people prefer Donald Trump half the hands? Go. Then you interview the people see Hillary Clinton's Aligarh and should be in jail. Re re wait, you're the swing voter. Donald trump. Cheats on women and he's he's ugly. I can't stand his hair. He's obviously lying. He's a liar. And he's a business man who victimize people. And I think his father was a racist. You're the swing voter what happened to these people. I don't believe any of it. And I don't believe Jeff flake is a deliberative person. I just was so moved by those people in the elevator. I I hadn't thought about things before. I mean, I spend my life as a Senator, and I like to think, and I've I've met with judge Cavin. I know the man that he is. But something about getting yelled at an elevator by people who received their money from George Soros. It makes me think I'm so deliberative. I can't stand it. So I guess I'm going to have a nice words for Susan Collins when she finishes up her long, winded speech and says, she's despite all of this and despite being a maverick and a swing voter and a deliberative person and a woman and everything else. She's going to vote to confirm Justice Cavanaugh. I I'm glad about that. I'm glad that Jeff flake is going to vote for Justice Cavanaugh, but I don't like this pretending to be a. Deliberative person. My friend. And I wrote a song about the swing voter. To voice our frustration. It's funny because my friend is not conservative. He's on the other side. But he can't stand the swing voter either. I would think if you're totally liberal you hate the swing voters much as the right wing person does because you know, they're disingenuous. I'm a swing voter swing swing. Swing a swing left to the right. My indecisive major keeps.

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"aligarh" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on AP News

"Aligarh for the Dallas police officer who shot a man and his own apartment is pushing back on her firing AP's. Julie Walker reports he says her dismissal was premature and unfair fired officer, amber, Geiger's lawyer, Robert Rogers, says Dallas police bowed to pressure from anti police groups and took action before all the facts came out and due process was afforded police chief Rene hall tells K DFW she waited until the critical portion of the investigation was complete the investigation is ongoing, but the critical portion where it could be compromised is no longer in issue Geiger's charged with manslaughter in the shooting that left her neighbor both John dead. She says she thought he was an intruder in her apartment. It's still unclear how she ended up at his apartment. I'm Julie Walker. Rocker's Blondie are going to Cuba next March as part of a four day cultural exchange program and fans can come along for a price. The band will play two concerts in Havana and will also feature several Cuban musicians tickets cost between twenty seven hundred dollars and fifty six hundred dollars and include a hotel reservation visits to Cuban museums and cultural institutions studios and galleries and photography and architecture. Tour's the lobster restaurant that claimed it would use marijuana to calm the sea creature before their inevitable death is now under investigation main health. Investigators are investigating Charlotte's legendary lobster pound in southwest harbor the shops still open, but it stopped allowing customers to request meat from lobster sedated with marijuana owner, Charlotte Gill is a state licensed medical marijuana caregiver. She said Friday that she had started offering smoked lobster meat recently and hopes to resume sales. By mid October. It's unknown whether pot-smoking actually calms lobsters or has any effect on their meet,.

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"aligarh" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Know, how is or how can the media be more relevant and? We can't see shelves. Training neutrality. When we know that we have a press system did sustains general interests in their audience by pushing agendas. Now, I don't know if this type of I mean, they say sex cells, but this wasn't sex. This was debasement is what it was in my opinion. And that's the whole purpose of the book. I'm sure she said, well, they said, well, the reason why she's putting out the book is because she doesn't like the fact that the Trump administration is calling her Aligarh so already there's vengeance involved. Here already that, you know, we're we're looking for the impossible, and that is a press. The decides to. Press that decides to be just kind of back up on it. But they don't want to narrow the market, and they don't want to narrow the influence by becoming know. No, they don't want to nearly influenced by by becoming prudish or not being relevant. So they think they're hit by talking about this. I mean, it's not a coincidence that mainstream general interest news organizations have a reach. And the and the reach is pushing emotion, and pushing opinion is fact. I mean, this is something that I think we certainly not talked about this before. But now, I think this is this is the pinnacle. This is the stone by which all things began in that is when you're looking at shaping public identity in the attitudes about social roles, philosophies and politics. This is a narrative that certainly is embarrassing. Not only the president did embarrasses us as a country. And the corporate kings. No. The secret. That every ruler. Since the dawn of civilization has that whoever controls the narratives believed by society there the controller of that society. Orwell warned us visit his book nineteen Eighty-four and Hitler delighted in telling us the big lie is believed when you tell it enough. And by the time, the manipulators who finished they can convince you that the square the circle that you because five. This is why there have been book burnings heretic burnings, and now people have controversial views on the internet or being censored or removed from technical platforms. Do programs and education. Well, they also help they help bring down the education level. You have teachers you wear their politics on their sleeves also helping shaping young minds toward an agenda of socialism. And unfortunately, it's working to some degree. For instance, let me give you an example when Newsweek asked two thousand adults US citizens to take America's official citizenship test. Forty four percent were unable to define the Bill of rights. Survey by the Annenberg public policy center found that a little more than one third of respondents thirty-six percent could name all three branches of the US government while another one third thirty five percent could not name a single one only a quarter of Americans twenty seven percent. No, it takes two thirds vote of the house and Senate to override a presidential veto one in five Americans twenty one percent incorrectly thinks that a five to four supreme court decision to send back to congress for reconsideration and more than half of Americans. Do not know which party controls the house and Senate. A two thousand six survey by the McCormick Tribune freedom museum found that only one out of the thousand adults could identify the five rights protected by the first amendment on the other hand more than half. Fifty two percent of the respondents could name at least two of the characters in the animated Simpson's series. Twenty percent could name all five although have could name none of the freedoms in the first amendment a majority. Fifty four percent could name at least one of the three judges on the TV program. American idol forty-one percent could name two and one fourth could name all three. It gets worse. Many who responded to the survey had a strange conception of. What was in the first amendment? For example. Twenty one percent said the right to own a pet. Was listed someplace between congress shall make no law and redress of grievances. Some seventeen percent said that the first amendment contain the right to drive a car and thirty eight percent believe that taking the fifth was part of the first amendment. Teachers and school administrators. Do not fare much. Better study conducted by the center for Survey Research and analysis found that one educator in five was able to name any of the freedoms in the first amendment. In fact, while some educators want students to learn about freedom. They do not necessarily want them to exercise their freedoms at school. While the idea of a state socialist globalist oligarchy is being created under our noses. We assume that our children are being taught that we live in a relatively free democracy were accountable temporary powers placed in the hands of a select few based on the voting process informed by unregulated bait of information ideas. However, it appears that civics are not only just it's not really a staple in our school system. Now, give perfect example of this. And this is something that I wish I could've used a long time ago because it happened a few weeks ago. But here's a perfect example of his you guys. Remember, David Hogg? I'm sure you do he's everywhere. He's that gun control kid. From that for a school shooting goes around and he's like angry all the time. And he's, you know, he's boycotting, you know, Fox News and all kinds of stuff. Well, so Michael Moore has this new movie called Fahrenheit eleven nine. And he was on a tour junket in Canada. And while he was in Canada. He announced that he had with him David hog and several other people from the school and more decided to hand hog the microphone and Haag was speaking to a Canadian audience, I want to stress that it's a Canadian audience, and this is what David Hogg had to say to the Canadian audience pleased. Also,.

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Different standards for women and men in tennis?

Coaches Corner

05:14 min | 2 years ago

Different standards for women and men in tennis?

"And this we didn't get a chance or I didn't get a chance to talk about this. Serena Williams things that Serena Williams thing that happened over the weekend. The outburst at the US open, and it is driving me nuts. People on social media driving. The absolutely crazy. What has transpired at the US open. Okay. So if you weren't watching, and you don't know what happened? And. Yeah. By by the way, just to clarify we have coach Tony Sanchez coming up at six thirty by the way, six thirty. Tony Sanchez leading producer now. Now, we're not calling Tony now. So Serena Williams got three penalties. And I'm going to go over this in a second. But we have everyone on MSNBC and CNN calling racism and feminism, and it is driving me through a wall. Okay. One woman. Her name is Alina Maxwell. And she's she does show on Sirius XM, and she's been all over the TV. She says that black women have a right to be angry at how the world mistreats and dehumanizes us that has absolutely positively nothing to do with what happened to Serena Williams at the US open. I'll explain that in a second. But let me go on with this clown who was on MSNBC yesterday. She goes on to say as a black woman, if I speak up to lobby I know, I'll be perceived as hysterical or aggressive, the stereotype of the angry black woman and she's making. I'm sure that happens in other everyday life. But this has nothing to do with Serena Williams and her whole piece is about Serena Williams. Serena went on to say, this has happened to me too many times, you know, how many times men do much worse than I did. Well, Serena did threaten somebody's life linesman at the US open several years back. So Serena has a history. Let me tell you something for people that haven't done any homework has clearly this moron that was on NBC yesterday. And some of these other networks people calling racism and feminism what? Serena Williams, did let me let me just educate some of these idiots who know nothing nothing about what they're talking about. They want to make this a race issue. Okay. This unpire Ramos. He's given the same type penalties to Rothley on the Dow and Novak Djokovic in the last couple of years, in fact, Nidal about this unpire, I believe he said, quote, he is a stickler for the rules. So Serena should know that this guy has a history of being a stickler of the roles now, let's break this down real quick. And I'd love somebody to call up and call me a racist. Please do I would love to debate you on this because anyone who's speaking out about Serena acting like a buffoon. People are calling them racist number to call to five seven five three nine six the first penalty that Serena Williams got over the weekend. Was coaching her coach was giving her hand signals whether she was watching it or whether she used that is not that's not the point. The point is is that if you are coaching it is a penalty. And if you wanna make the argument that they're not consistent with it. Then blame the other empires. But this guy is consistent with it. That's all that matters. So that was the first warning. Okay. Then Serena got a point penalty for breaking her racket. A clearly clearly breaking the rules. You're not allowed to do that. So they take a point away from her. And then she calls this guy Rommel's Aligarh, and then she makes it personal with him. I thought he was going to give her another penalty right there game penalty. Then she calls him a thief. So what does he do? He does exactly the appropriate thing that you are supposed to do take some other penalty from her and that is a game. And then everyone is up in arms, and she starts crying and cotton puts up a temper tantrum, but an eight year old wouldn't even put up and then people are saying that it had to do with her race. Or it was sexism, look if you wanna make the argument that the rules should change. If you wanna make the argument that coaching should be allowed. I don't have a problem with that. But guess what the rules are in place. Now, if you wanna make the argument that you should be allowed to break your racket in the game and not get a penalty for that. I wouldn't have a problem with that. But the rules are set in place for a reason. And after she got a warning she clearly should have been able to control her emotions she wasn't able to do that. And that's the difference between what they're talking about with some of these men, and what she did what most of these men when they get a penalty they stop. She was unable to stop. And then after it drives me nuts in her press conference. And never my out about tennis J D as I am about this issue as you can tell we don't do a lot of tennis on the show. But this drives me nuts when people play the race card because she was a woman it had absolutely nothing to do with that in the press conference. Serena said, well, I'm standing up for women's rights. And I'm I'm standing up, she took no responsibility for anything. She did. It was deplorable. It was disgusting. And I would love to talk to anybody out there that disagrees with me anybody out there that think this umpire Ramos did anything wrong anybody out there thinks this was sexism anybody out there who thinks that Rama's did this because she is an African American woman. I would love to hear from you or people that agree with me as well. But you know, I there were a few people on national TV Stephen a Smith being one of them who I usually disagree with ninety nine percent of the time. But he was on my side on this one. But there's so many people out there. 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SRO, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

SRO, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

"Occurred hi, I'm Kevin Durant and this is where warriors won, a championship here, sorrow, Santa, Rosa Sherry Preston prosecutors in the Bank fraud trial of former, Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort or laying out their closing arguments right now ABC's Meghan Hughes, has the latest the attorney. For the government Greg Andres told jurors that Paul Manafort, is Aligarh saying

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"aligarh" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Podium and guaranteed the American. People they'll never earth Donald. Trump On any contracts I can't guarantee anything but I can tell you. That the president address this question directly I can tell you that I've never heard it I can also. Tell you that if myself. Or, the people that are in this building serving this, country every single day doing our very best, to help people all across this country and make it better if at. Any point we felt that the president was who some of his critics claim him to be. We certainly wouldn't be here Yeah So if the were take comes out and he does say, it I'm I'm wondering based on, that whether people will actually quit or if they'll just, say, well you know that was like the the grabbing tape, saying, yeah it's all in the past all happened a long time, ago who cares tweet from Tom. Arnold seven apprentice employees gave statements about the president saying multiple Edwards on the set of the apprentice and a hundred other horrible. Things I spoke to two executive producers and Mark Burnett in. Person they all said Trump's Aligarh and there are Trump, tapes but he won't. Release, no of course. Not. No Can't do that just. Give, them the Tom. Arnold He's been on. A crusade hasn't he. I mean he's just been he's been looking for it's like is like. The holy grail Monty. Python and the, holy, grail that's that's. Tom Arnold holy grail of wow Give. Us something else is. There any is there anything more is do we leave it on a. Cliffhanger like that I. Need a pallet, cleanser That's all right we? Do you have do you have. A pallet cleanser there, have. More Omarosa okay and I. Have Stephen Miller is the talking. About, his op Ed save that for later I got. I got morose also man she is just dropping. Bombs these guys are going at it yeah it's just like it's we. Talk with Jeffrey? Lewis how war would escalate? Between the US North Korea we're watching that right? Now between.

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"aligarh" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Let's be honest it is they are but i thought that's all that was all the tweets and stuff like that and maybe at the time it was but in hindsight boy that really lay the groundwork and somebody's mind over in the tenant of asia and here we are let's see if we get some fruit what are we risking at this point moving troops from a place they've been for well all yours of a century and have to do that i mean we're not risking anything right now there's no risk why not just meet with him what's going to happen what's the worst that could happen is nothing comes of this okay well we tried jody in tennessee you're on the blaze and you guys and i truly mean how are you today yeah go ahead you're i can't even put it into words how you're tainted i am i've been flipping through the news channels fish matthew says this was just like a bad day it's not going anywhere and the is her statement was well we can't trust either one of them because you know trump's aligarh and so is yeah yeah and it's just if it's just iran tainting as he lied to me yes we had president it could have done what trump has done but they didn't exactly and i saw a little clip of sean hannity show that he did right after their meeting and i think it's supposed to be on the night i don't know but anyway president trump said lots of times the the rhetoric that he said back to north korea he felt foolish about it sometimes but he's in this is the only way to get this across the him i think north korea realizes don't drunk is different from the rest of the business we had he's a businessman i didn't became president so kim maybe thinking hey you know trump might actually.

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"aligarh" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on WGTK

"Have liked to have taken part in and they're once again a perfect example of the astounding optics of the trump administration while a woman is berating sarah huckabee sanders and making fun of her physical appearance and calling her a liar calling kellyanne conway aligarh when all that was going on there's the president would a good old with a good old fashioned campaign rally in michigan about making america great again about the wall about illegal immigration the president went on and on about border security about the greatness of this country here's a little bit of what the president sounded like in washington michigan we have to have borders and we have to have them fast and we need security we need the wall we're going to have it all and again that wall has started we got one point six billion we come up again on september twenty eighth and if we don't get border security we'll have no choice will close down the country because we need border security that's where i would have liked to have been on a saturday night now i don't say that to disparage my friend hugh hewitt and i there's no secret about the differences you and i have had over the last year and a half over president trump hugh hugh always loves a preemptive strike joke at an event like last night he said well you know mike he's been on and off the trump train you know it's hard to keep them on the trump train and everybody laughs because everyone in the room at least those who listened to me know that i have never wavered in my support for this improbable bowl and china shop republican president you can't say that there are plenty of radio hosts who have have wavered and they've had a tough time you've got to have the stomach for this this is a we are in uncharted waters and i don't want to have to go back and.

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"aligarh" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on KGO 810

"Oh boy about me right that's completely different things we talked about that said one of them i won't mention any names obviously because you know kent says nothing but okay i see you can't let other people's performance bother yet i mean that's their thing just hold up your end just focus on your part it'll be fine it'll be fine then resent them for the rest of your life or making you look worse oh god i'm looking at you johnny in fourth grade anyway i can't wait to see how that turns out so we have so little time how much time do we have michael okay we're all right so abc has leaked some of the george snuffle up against james komi interview leaked about commes new book trump's aligarh and i hate them let's that's not the official title trump embarrassed me so i'm out to get him that's even better but here's how some of it went will play in positive and talk about it six two thousand seventeen trump tower fbi director james comey set to meet presidentelect donald trump for the first time as you head it in the trump tower that they were you nervous jess komi was with a group of intelligence agency heads briefing trump and his top aides on how the russians interfered in our election presidentelect trump's first question was to confirm that had no impact on the election and then the conversation to my surprise moved into a pr conversation about how the trump team would position this and what they could say about this they actually started talking about drafting a press release with us still sitting there and the reason that was so striking to me is that that's just not done that the intelligence community does intelligence the white house does pr and spin he also said two things on that one the first question being did it have any effect on the outcome i mean if saudi pointed out to me and i'm in that room we really should be looking at the whole how do we stop russia for yeah i think it was rookie rookie not even mistake which is the odd thing to do there's a little bit of komi the longtime insider tuttutting at the dumb hicks right the white house does pr and spin yasser said you were struck by what they didn't ask very much deposit.

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"aligarh" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union your credit health is so much more than a score that's why they help you stay on top of it protected and understand it get your report and more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly former fbi director james comey says he believes president trump is morally unfit for office and that there is some evidence of obstruction of justice in the president's actions commes interview with abc news aired last night in it colmey was asked about the president's threats to fire special counsel robert muller it would i hope set off alarm bells that this is his most serious attack yet on the rule of law muller was appointed to investigate russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential race and possible collusion with the trump campaign shortly after komi was fired by the president last may president trump has called komi a leaker and aligarh komi admits he asked a friend to release contents of memos he'd written documenting his discussions with the president to reporter commes new book goes on sale tomorrow later today the trump administration will announce new economic sang actions against russia because of moscow's ongoing support of syrian president bashar al assad that's according to the us ambassador to the un nikki haley and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with a quick note related to assad and chemical weapons use that's haley speaking to cbs's face the nation she says russia needs to stop backing assad noting moscow has vetoed six u n resolutions on syria's use of chemical weapons a suspected chemical weapons attack in douma led president trump to launch us led airstrikes the family of barbara bush says the ninety two year old former first lady is in failing health at won't be seeking additional medical treatment a spokesman for the bush family would not elaborate on the specifics of her health it is known mrs bush underwent heart surgery in two thousand nine and has long dealt with a thyroid condition known as graves disease she is the wife of former president george hw bush and the mother of former president george w bush the bush.

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Five Year Anniversary: The Boston Marathon Bombings

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Five Year Anniversary: The Boston Marathon Bombings

"England wbz news time eight nineteen mostly cloudy right now thirty six degrees in boston good morning i'm tina gal wbz news top stories now as the city gets ready for the one hundred and twenty second boston marathon tomorrow today is one boston day a special day to remember the boston marathon bombing five years ago which left three people dead and more than two hundred and fifty people injured at this hour mayor marty walsh inc governor charlie baker will lay wreaths at the bombing site on boylston street according to the mayor security will be super tied if you're heading to the race tomorrow you will notice a much heavier police presence all along the race route and syrian president bashar alassad says the u s led airstrikes against his country this weekend were accompanied by a campaign of lies and misinformation in a un security council bashar alassad was speaking to a group of visiting russian politicians both balshaw assad and russia deny using chemical a weapons that trigger those attacks early yesterday in other news former fbi director james comey is hitting the road on a book tour i stop new york city the former fbi director fired by president trump last may will be at the union square barnes and noble on april eighteenth the day after a higher loyalty is released in the book komi comparison trump to a mob boss and calls him an unethical man with no regard for the truth the president countered in a series of tweets calling komi a leaker aligarh an untruthful slime ball sara lee kessler new york wbz news time eight twenty one in rhode island is state senate is strongly considering a bill that would provide guidelines.

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"aligarh" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now i get what you meant about me right that's different things we talked about that he said one of them i won't mention any names obviously because you know kim says nothing but okay i said you can't let other people's performance bother you i mean that's their thing just hold up your end just focus on your part it'll be fine it'll be fine then resent them for the rest of your life or making you look worse oh god i'm looking at you johnny in fourth grade anyway i can't wait to see how that turns out so we have so little time how much time do we have michael okay we're all right so abc has leaked some of the george snuffle up against james komi interview leaked about commes new book trump's aligarh and i hate them let's that's not the official title trump embarrassed me so i'm out to get him is the name that's even better but here's how some of it went will play in positive and talk about it mary six two thousand seventeen trump tower fbi director james comey set to meet presidentelect donald trump for the first time as you head it into trump tower that they were you nervous jess komi was with a group of intelligence agency heads briefing trump and his top aides on how the russians interfered in our election presidentelect trump's first question was to confirm that it had no impact on the election and then the conversation to my surprise moved into a pr conversation about how the trump team would position this in what they could say about this they actually started talking about drafting a press release with us still sitting there and the reason that was so striking to me is that that's just not done that the intelligence community does intelligence the white house does pr and spin so said.

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"aligarh" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"aligarh" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"But they claim he never contacted him or anybody around him on the other hand zuckerberg actually sort of called obama's digital team the head of his digital team aligarh here's what happened cambridge in what they've done in the last campaign in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve there was also a lot of this done one of the lead digital heads of the obama campaign said recently facebook was surprised we were able to suck out the whole social graph but they didn't stop us once they realized that was what we were doing they came to office in the days following election recruiting and we're very candid that they allowed us to do things they wouldn't have allowed someone else to do they were on our side that's a direct quote from one of the heads of the obama digital team what would she mean by they face on our side congressman we didn't allow the obama campaign to do anything that any developed around the platform wouldn't have otherwise been able to do so shows making inaccurate in your point of view yes gentlemen shape the comments look for those answers you back the much so so they lied somebody somebody's lying somebody's lying i mean certainly sucker bergh's capable of lying to no i'm pretty sure yeah yeah i'm pretty sure it's not exactly above reproach i think it's quite possible all right we have we also have some of what diamond silk has said that some of their response to the censorship going on with them.

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