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Stone Mountain Park, northeast of Atlanta, to close Saturday ahead of anticipated white supremacist rally nearby
"Closed today. Afterward, there could be a protest and a counter protest over the carving of Confederate leaders on the face of the Granite Mountain. Here's WSB Cheryl Castro. The park, announcing its close Saturday is police prepare for a possible clash between militia and white supremacist groups and counter protesters. Stone Mountain residents voicing their concerns to channel two action news. I don't want a raise right to a group called defending Stone Mountain announced it planned to march to Stone Mountain Park with other groups with Confederate American flags. The group was denied a permit because past protest her violent the park plans to reopen Sunday as usual WSB News
U.N. votes not to extend arms embargo against Iran
"United Nation this afternoon. Voting no on a U. S. Weapons resolution against Iran. The State Department has just announced that the U. N Security Council has rejected an American resolution. It would have extended this arms embargo against Iran. Secretary of State says the U. N Security Council vote is inexcusable without United Nations Security Council support Iran can legally by conventional weapons starting October 18th when an international weapons embargo expires the
Muslim woman accuses McDonald's franchisee of discrimination
"Muslim woman is suing a McDonald's franchise e claiming the little discrimination Diamond power worked at a McDonald's Marshall Airport where she claims she was harassed after her conversion to Islam, she says after that conversion in 2017 she began wearing a hijab at work and was harassed by co workers. She claims the manager forced her to choose between her job and her religious beliefs by prohibiting her from taking prayer breaks. How's being represented by attorneys from the Council on American Islamic Relations.
Report: Post Office warns 46 states about mail voting delays
"There is a report the US postal service is warning states about mail voting delays The Washington Post reports letters were sent to forty six states and the district of Columbia warning there's no guaranteed all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted it could mean tens of millions of Americans eligible for mail in ballot this fall will not be able to use it even if they follow election rules there recently been some cost cutting moves at the post office president trump is opposed to attempts to allow more people to vote by mail during the pandemic arguing without evidence it will lead to increased voter fraud at Donahue Washington
US allows killing sea lions eating at-risk Northwest salmon
"U. S. Authorities have given wildlife managers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho permission to start killing hundreds of sea lions in the Columbia River basin. With the hopes of helping struggling salmon and steelhead. The sea lions have been a long running conundrum pitting mammals protected under federal law against protected fish runs. Permit granted allows the states and several native American tribes to kill 540 California Sea lions and 176 Steller sea lions over the next five
Face mask safety guidelines for children released by American Academy of Pediatrics
"The Chicago based American Academy of Pediatrics is now amending that recommending that all Children above the age of to wear masks at school and in other public
The US Army Returns to Twitch
"The US Army took a hiatus from twitch as public outcry and bill in the US. House of Representatives took aim at the military's use of video game streaming. The US Army is an active sports endorser, many eastwards, companies including complexity and ESL have deals in place with some of the armed forces be at the Navy Airforce, marines or the army itself. The US Army East sports twitch channel became the source of controversy after viewers would into the stream and started commenting things about war crimes. When the army moderator then banned users civil rights groups like the American, Civil Liberties Union or to this was a violation of free speech as the Army's eastward team is federally funded in late July representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez introduced an amendment to a bill that would make it illegal for the armed forces to recruit via livestream platforms like twitch. In late July representative Alexandria causing Cortez introducing the amendment to a bill that would make it illegal for the armed forces to use live streaming platforms like twitch ostensibly for recruiting the bill is defeated in the US House revs by a vote of two, ninety, two to one, twenty six. With the return to which today, the US army said, they are re examining the process for how bands are levied on the platform. Instead of moderators outright banning people into its chat, they'll put them in a glorified time out. So their contact could be examined in a bank then be levied if justified while bands may not be handed out as freely as they were the first time around the US army store reserves the right to ban people from the channel if they're violating, which has guidelines when the US army goes live again, comments will the flood the page it'll be interesting to see how the story develops. The civil rights groups decided to get more involved with monitoring the US Army's twitch channel.
Public urged to get flu vaccine to stay healthy as COVID-19 spreads
"Fox News, the CDC, expressing growing concern about the onset of flu season after the recent Corona virus surge, and that's leading to some concern. About the amount of flu vaccine C. And if you have been working together to work with a few blue manufactures to actually increased production this year, we're very hopeful that more Americans will take the flu vaccine issue that have in the past, FDA Commissioner Stephen Holland tells Fox. These radios so many people skip the shot. They usually have flu
Trump weighs in on birther theory about Harris' eligibility to be VP
"Trump was a major force behind the Birther movement, claiming that President Barack Obama was not eligible to serve due to a racist conspiracy theory. That he was not born in the United States. Well, yesterday, Mr Trump cast similar doubt on Joe Biden's running mate, mate, Kamala Harris, who was black during a Corona virus briefing. He said he heard that the California born senator doesn't meet the requirements. Presidential candidate must be a natural born U. S. Citizen, a resident for 14 years and over 35 years old all requirements that Harris meets Justus. President Obama did CBS News Legal analyst Jonathan Turley says the Supreme Court precedent for this is more than a century old. Overwhelmingly, the courts take the view that if you're born within the United States, you are in fact a U. S citizen that has been challenged through history by both legislators and commentators, including some today, But the Supreme Court affirmed that people born in the United States are indeed natural born citizens in 18 98 in a case called the United States, versus Wong Kim, Ark. Well. Earlier this morning, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who's a trump ally, said that Kamala Harris quote is unequivocally and American citizen. Joe Biden's campaign is responding to the Birther issue, a Biden spokesman saying President Trump was the national leader of the racist Birther movement with respected President Obama, the spokesman saying. It's not surprised is the president tries to distract the American people from his Corona virus response that his campaign would resort to lies in their pathetic desperation.
Dallas-Fort Worth Based American Airlines Will Cut Flights To 30 Small Cities
"Is planning to drop flights to up to 30 smaller cities of the federal requirement to continue those flights expires At the end of the month, American agreed to keep servicing those cities as a condition of receiving $5.8 billion in payroll help. A
New York's economic outlook ranked worst in the nation
"New York State worst in the nation for economic outlook to recover from the pandemic. The American Legislative Council, a conservative think tank. Pointed the high taxes and state that it said the only way New York and climb out of the hole is through pro growth policies, eliminating government regulation and slashing taxes. New York was joined by New Jersey and Vermont in the bottom three. The council rank Utah and Wyoming is having the best economic outlook's
Gov. Whitmer to give update on COVID-19 response
"Are breaking into CBS News to bring you the Governor August 14th Thankyou for pain, attention and and tuning, and we appreciate it. I'm joined today by our lieutenant Governor Garland Gilchrist, our chief medical executive Doctor Jin, a Cal dune. Robert Gordon and director of D A change US. And Jim Hackett, the CEO of Ford. I I want want to to congratulate congratulate Jim Jim on on his his upcoming upcoming retirement. retirement. I I appreciate appreciate his his leadership leadership and and his his years years of of Dedication Dedication to to ensuring ensuring that that Michigan Michigan remains remains the the automotive capital of the world, and we're excited to be here with Ford and you'll see why shortly Michiganders have now banned fighting the covert 19 pandemic for over five months. We took one of the most aggressive approach is in the nation against this virus and because we've taken this so seriously. We're doing much better than other states states like Florida and Texas who are continuing to struggle and closed later and reopened earlier than we did, who are now seeing historic surges in cases? I'm live, reported yesterday. That despite being one of the hardest hit states early on, Our state currently ranks 40th and the seven day average of new Corona virus cases per capita And in the 40th percent testing positive on Corona virus virus diagnostic diagnostic tests. tests. These These are are wonderful wonderful pieces pieces of of information information compared compared to to what's what's happening happening across across the the country country are are average average infects infects infection infection rate for the last month was half that of Ohio and Indiana and Wisconsin. This slide shows Michigan's daily cases per 1,000,000 compared to other Midwest States. I'm live also reported that states across the country that did not take this virus seriously, are now seeing record numbers in terms of daily Corona virus cases. Hospitalizations and deaths. Georgia was the first day in the country to reopen its economy and is now averaging five times the number new cases of Corona virus in a day, five times more than the state of Michigan. And while states like Georgia and Florida and Texas reported hundreds of new deaths last week, Michigan had 43 Percent positivity rate is also far below our Midwestern neighbors. And we have continued to ramp up testing over the past few months. There's a wonderful Twitter thread by Dr Asheesh Zhaan that talks about testing and positivity rates. I think it's worth your time to look, ifyou're happened to be on Twitter. This virus demands to be taken seriously. Youth will not protect you from this virus. Political affiliation will not protect you from this virus. This virus will not go away just because we're tired of dealing with it. The on ly way we can put a stop to this pant. I make an end to this pandemic is there take it seriously, do our part to protect one another and do what we know works. My mask says I wear this for you. And it is true. When we wear masks. We were properly so it covers our nose and Mo. When we practice social distancing and when we go out to get tested when it's necessary When we do these things, we put our whole state in a stronger position. To send our kids back to school safely. Wearing a homemade mask. It's simple. And it shows your commitment to protecting yourself. Your family and your fellow Michiganders from this virus. To make it easier for those who are particularly vulnerable to Cove in 19 and who need help securing masks. Today we're announcing the My Mask Aid project. This project is a partnership, a partnership involving the state of Michigan Bheema and the Ford Motor Company, and it's a result of the hard work of the Michigan Cove in 19 task force on racial disparities. Shared by Lieutenant Governor Garland Gilchrist Way will provide for 1,000,000 free masks to people who need them most really incredible donation that Ford is working with us. To make sure that we're able to do this. One million of the face coverings from FEMA 1.5 million from Ford will go to low income schools, the city of Detroit. Federally qualified health centers, Some Colvin, 19 testing sites and too many organizations, helping to reach vulnerable populations, including minority residents, who have been affected by the public health crisis as a result of historic racism. Anyone interested in receiving a free mask? Can find a distribution location by calling the Cove in 19 hotline at 85356136 We're looking at their local community Action agency online. I want to thank Jim Hackett and Ford for their partnership. In this project. It's partnership is going to save lives wearing a mask has been proven to reduce the chance of spreading covert 19 by about 70%. According to one estimate. If 95% of Americans wore masks between now and December 1st. It would save 66,000 American lives. According to one estimate, if 95% of Americans do this. We can get our make our economy stronger and save one another's lives. That's 66,000 people who are parents or grand parents or Children, siblings, friends. It could be saved by the simple act of wearing a mask when he go to the grocery store pharmacy when you're out and about As a parent. I know the number one thing on everyone's mind is whether and how their kids are going to return to the returned to school this fall. It's a pairs across Michigan are anxiously awaiting their school district's to decide how we're going to safely educate our kids, whether it's by remote learning or implementing the strict safety measures I outlined in the my safe schools reopening In June. After rise and covert cases in July and early August. Our case numbers have begun to plant home. So we're not out of the woods and this crisis is far from over. But we appear to have stopped the incline, but we're now playing told and we want to see that become a decline. To get through this and to ensure the safety of our kids, educators and support staff this fall. Everyone's got to continue to do their part. We also need the Trump Administration and Congress to step up and provide additional support. Two states like Michigan, so we can send more resource is to our classrooms to keep our kids and our educators and all of their families safe. I want to end by thanking the thousands of Michiganders on the front lines of this crisis, while people everywhere have made tremendous sacrifices to protect their families from this virus. Those on the front lines have put their own health at risk to take care of the rest of us. Every day for the past five months. Gruelling, stressful work. You've ever listened. Tio this American life on NPR. They've highlighted some stories of people on the front line in Detroit. You might want to check it out. I was proud, but also it was an eye opener. And I hope maybe you might listen. Nurses and doctors working 18 hour shifts and giving up time with their families to keep them safe. You stood by the side of a bed where someone lost their battle with covert 19 and their family couldn't be there. Grocery store workers, especially in the beginning of this pandemic, worked around the clock to keep ourselves stocked to ensure people could buy groceries safely. Child care workers who've been instrumental in helping our frontline workers save lives every day. These air truly the real heroes of this crisis, truck drivers and mail carriers. People who mask up every day for hours on end to ensure our safety. They deserve our gratitude and respect and the best way we can show it is by masking up. So with that I want to say thank you to all of those who have just described have stayed on the front lines. I want to encourage everyone in our state to keep doing our part to stay smart and to mask up. And with
US industrial production up 3%; factory output up 3.4%
"American industry continues to regain ground lost in the corona virus recession industrial production remains well below where it once before the corona virus pandemic struck but the federal reserve reports output at factories mines and utilities climbed three percent in July that followed a stronger search in June but remains eight point four percent below its February level the big gain in production of cars trucks and auto parts push factory output up three point four percent while mining ticked up eight tenths of a percent after five months of declines and utility output rose three point three percent with the hot weather in all industry was running at seventy point six percent of capacity well below its long term average of seventy nine point eight percent Ben Thomas Washington
Charities Struggle to Serve, Even Survive, Amid Pandemic
"During Times of need nonprofit organizations often jump into help. But now with millions of Americans out of work and donations, dropping many of these charities are themselves having a tough time making ends meet? It's an issue Wall Street Journal Senior Writer. Betsy Morris has been covering betsy first. Let's talk about where's the greatest need He S I mean right now there's a huge disparity in where dollars are going when it comes to nonprofits many food banks can't keep up with all of the. Funding that they're getting. You know also the work that they need to do, but they're really getting a lot of funding right now. And so is interestingly crisis. Nonprofit. Disaster Relief. So there's just a ton of money going toward say vaccine development or medical research, communicable disease research suffering right now are all the nonprofits that do kind of the their normal social service work. So taking care of all the the people who. Have lost jobs or about to lose shelter you know the arts have suffered a lot and. So. Yeah it's it's really unequal right now and betsy is their risks of groups will fold and are looking at innovation to help clients or raise money. Many of them a percentage of them nobody knows exactly how many probably will fail. But in the meantime yes there's a lot of there's a lot of innovation going on right now there's one little nonprofit in New York that basically is all about jazz and they can't have their performances they they. Help support young musicians. They can't do any of that right now. So what they've done which has been interesting is they just had a series of. You know kind of virtual concerts by individuals, jazz performers who were who are really kind of famous and very interesting. The Multiple Sclerosis Society had like many others in the spring had their annual walk series of walks around the country to raise money. and. They were able to raise less than half of what they would normally raise what it's doing now though is a real. Bike a thon comes now and into the fall, and normally that would all be in person part of it can be in person now, some people really on their bikes but but part of it is they've made it virtual so you can stay at home. Your Peleton or whatever you know. You're stationary bike is at home and they've been able to allow you to hook into what all the other riders are doing and have these events, and so it'll be interesting to see I think they're they're hopeful that that will be you know we'll raise probably not everything that they were able to raise last year but they will do better than half for sure. I think they think maybe two thirds of what they raised last year and the need is constant I mean obviously. Sometimes it will fluctuate but. But the bottom line here is at the neatest constant it is constant and these little organizations directors will say you know even though we're not allowed to have our. Tutor kids at our community center or. Counsel them if they're trying to kick drugs or alcohol. We're not meeting right now but we know those kids you need the services and probably even more than ever so and that's true of. All of the different people. And problems that these nonprofits grapple with. So just looking to the future what's the plan of? Attack Woods their business plan or is that just still up in the air like much of life these days I, think the business plan is to if the virus has affected, how they can get to the people they serve they've created all sorts of interesting ways to try to do that. New Ways. And in many cases, it can't be zoom. Because of the you know a lot of people don't have great, Wifi so but in terms of the funding. It's there are a lot of them who are doing quote unquote scenario planning. You know if we're able to raise as much with our our virtual fundraiser, then we can provide these services if we are not able to. Then we go to scenario be which is. To cut I, mean many are having to lay workers off lay off staff you know if. They'll figure out new in different ways to get the services to the people who need them,
New unemployment claims in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia fall by 13,000
"The day up 30 points. The number of Americans finding first time claims for unemployment benefits fell below one million for the first time since March 21st last week. Totaling 963,000. The total number of Americans getting unemployment benefits fell by 600,000. New unemployment filings in D. C. Maryland and Virginia all fell significantly last week, although there was still more than 37,000 new filings in Virginia,
Lower Brule schools to begin fall with distance learning
"This is national native news Antonio Gonzales The bay. Mills. Indian community on. Wednesday was granted the right to intervene in an ongoing Michigan pipeline fight with tribes, environmental groups and community members. A judge's decision allows the tribe to take part in case, preceding, evaluating a permit application from the energy company and Bridge to the Michigan public. Service Commission according to a press release from justice, which is representing the tribe. This is the first time. A tribal nation has intervened in a preceding before the Michigan Public Service Commission, the Regulatory Agency as determining. If tunnel will be built under waterways for the relocation of a segment of the line. Five pipeline tribes are concerned about the environment water fisheries and religious and cultural sites in a statement bay. Mills Chairman Brian Newlyn said the pipeline puts treaty rights and way of life at risk line five is a six, hundred, forty, five mile pipeline which carries oil and natural gas traveling through. Michigan Wisconsin and Canada, the company maintains the pipeline is safe. The Michigan Public Service Commission. has scheduled a virtual public hearing together comments on August twenty fourth. Indian educators say they're in a tough bind in preparing for classes this fall many tribal communities continue to be under Copa Nineteen. Schools on the lower brule reservation in. South Dakota serve about three hundred K. through twelve students and are not taking any chances superintendent. Lance Witty says, distance learning has its own problems because of Internet access and many families live in crowded arrangements. Educators know the risk they face and fully reopening. Some health concerns here that are probably not as prevalent off the reservation. We'd. He says, they're starting the year with mostly distance learning, but students will be able to come in for evaluations with their teachers. In the meantime he says, they're focused on making sure students are prepared. She'll be the first time. Our students have had devices. For homes he says, they'll keep monitoring covid nineteen to help make decisions about how to. Classes. The Red Lake Tribal Council Minnesota recently established a cove in nineteen relief fund enrolled Red Lake citizens can apply for assistance chairman. Darrell CK explained the program in a video message program provides for payment in amount of one thousand dollars to each readily enrolled adult who was eighteen on or before July thirty first twenty twenty. because for the payment need to certify that they have suffered economic impacts through increased expenditures and or decreased income as a result couvert nineteen, the funds are intended to help people with rand food or other emergency cost due to the pandemic the tribe is continuing to operate under cove in nineteen emergency orders. This week, there were forty-three positive cases reported on the reservation. A second round of covid nineteen mass testing is underway. Thursday for tribal citizens, new? Mexico US senator, Tom Udall, and congresswoman deb Haaland. Or taking part in a native vote Pamela Thursday afternoon. The virtual panel discussion will focus on protecting voting rights and tribal communities. The lawmakers are expected to discuss the need to ensure native people have. To polls and address voting during covid nineteen other panelists include representatives from the native American Voters Alliance, Education Project, and let America vote. twenty-three federal tribal broadband grants have been awarded for twenty twenty. The national tribal broadband grants are intended to help communities, develop or expand high speed Internet. The funds range from forty to fifty thousand dollars for tribal communities across the country. The program is under the Interior Department's Office of Indian Energy and economic. Development I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Simple Health Habits for Smart People with John Patton
"Back to the outcomes rocket saw Marquez's here and today I have the privilege of hosting John Patent. He's a career communicator and marketer, and after twenty years of private industry work. One of his nonprofit public health clients asked him to lead their communications. Department John became fascinated with the organizations worked to prevent chronic diseases ten years. Later, he is still working for that organization and helping the CDC reach Americans at risk. For chronic disease is new book, brainless health was born out of his desire to shoot straight with the general public about what they could do to reduce their risk for diabetes cancer heart disease, as well as steer clear of wheelchairs and oxygen tanks by applying simple habits to their daily life. He speaks in plain English and draws on real life stories and examples that make the science public health relatable, practical and. Possible and so who wouldn't want that in their lives I know I definitely do and so it's my pleasure to welcome you to the podcast John. I'm so privileged to have you here with US imagine I, do appreciate that last comment that who wouldn't want that they're like I believe that when you have health, you have real well being and when you have a being that's well, you have success in life. I mean it conversely, if you don't have health, it's GonNa, be hard to achieve much in life and relationship or professionally certainly, not physically. So it is something that everybody should want and I think they do, and so my hope is to help them get their in simple ways I love it, and you know John had a guest on the podcast several years ago say our nation's wealth is it's health and. You're going to help us dive into that further and how important it is today especially with Kobe and everything that's happening even more important than ever tell us before we you know obviously dive into brainless health your book in the work that you do that and things that we could to our daily lives. What inspires your work in healthcare you know like you said in the election i. Really came into the field of public health and health care by accident working with a client and as I learn more about them, I just caught the passion for what they were doing. The fact that we can actually do lifestyle interventions in lifestyle change lifestyle behavior can really impact the health of ourselves in our country, and so I've worked with physicians I worked with Public Health folks state. Health, departments, county health department and the general public, and so what really lights my fire get out of bed in the morning are the stories of people who actually take control their health it's not all bootstrapping and and just you know personal responsibility of making a new resolution. It's actually using the resources that are available in public health, a lot of programs and projects out there that they. Can Use as resources, but also each other and their communities but ultimately it is there will to change their life and change really rations fine them. Yeah. It's inspiring work and say you've taken a personal approach to it. You know just simple habits that we can use to improve our health. Tell us a little bit about the book and your work and how it's adding value to the ecosystem. brainless help with something that the title of the book came about because I kept coming back to the fact that there were really brainless things meaning not dumb things things that you don't have to think about to put into practice long before Kovin people have not been washing their hands. Now that's brainless. Our mothers and Fathers Autism Wash your hands we can avoid myriad diseases joss by doing that alone people will say all the time that they they're sick. And they caught something or the other, and that's true and it could have just come from some real simple germs they were carrying around and transmitting. So his things like that the the government doesn't like to use the word exercise they liked say physical activity will typically activity is Canada. It's not an intuitive kind of more choice and it can mean a lot of things vacuuming your house to be physical activity, but it's not gonNA help you pre diabetic state it's. Not GonNA reverse your numbers you need to exercise wall know what that means whether we like it or not need elevator heart rate and exercise and sweat, and so those are the kinds of things that I put it in plain. English tell fun stories about my own life because I made a transformation inspired by many other people in my life and I really I really think it's time that we should straight with people stop giving each other and out and. District. Of the Salad Mike cost more than a couple of cheeseburgers doesn't mean we have an excuse to to order the choose business. You know all the time at least
Ana Forrest & Jose Calarco - Forging Your Own Path
"Hello Joe. It's Jose Calico and Anna Forest Tia on all CA silent USA. And just by what you see what's going on in the mainland in the US I. And we're I a Saif. He only island in a Beautiful Anna's house thirty acres in lush forest with owls and eagles, and deason vouchers. Would really enjoying actually the lockdown. After five or six years of non stop touring thirty five CDs and countries a year. With had the chance to settle down and? We do have still very, very busy with our online channel and running out business each day we do a nice lengthy yoga practice. I'm a vegan chefs are cooking more than ever. Where actually very, very healthy. And so much has changed joke. Since we last spoke the world has gone absolutely crazy. And the US is one of those places where just off the mainland here. And not too far from here there's riots and shooting and racial tensions. All sorts of crazy crazy stuff going on a lot of it is a countdown to the election. Coming up here in the US I. There's a lot of manipulation lots of lies. Very hard to trust many people right now. So. Much. Going on. But We a happy to announce that old during this lockdown. We've had the opportunity to finally record all online yoga music ceremony shamanism philosophy Joe Prayers, go out to Victoria and all Ustralia Week here how harsh the lockdown is over there and I just lucky that we were able to do the lockdown thirty Acre forest. However, we seem to allow best wishes to Victoria and Australia, and we pray that our freedoms come back again. Go, and Jose. Thank you so much for speaking with us today all the way over in New Zealand the beautiful. Put Her. Could. We stop heads of your connections to first nations culture. Would you like to share how you live and work within indigenous communities and Foams what you share today? Absolutely. Well. I have been director all descendants aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Dance Company for twenty. Five years. People can see that descendants dot com you. We've traveled to the four corners of the planet we have done the world's biggest events over forty countries were visited. And this is where I got my background. In, aboriginal culture and my aboriginal Mahba spiritual mother Imelda Willis came from the dingy. Kanju clans Al-Faw North Queensland. She is now deceased. And we still descendants still together. And this just gave us the idea I had already. Doing first nations work in forest job. But I took it a couple of steps further by doing. Exchange all over the world while wearing Australia, we do Australian aboriginal stuff while we're in the US CY cultural exchange with the Americans. All first nations people in Mexico in Canada. Everywhere we go. We liked to do cultural exchange because first nations have spirituality was is beautiful and untouched by white middle class sort of new age is symptoms. So, with the aboriginal culture, it's the world's all this culture. It goes well over fifty thousand years and it was well before yoga and a lot of people site what has first nation. Philosophy principles and culture got to do with Yoga. And it actually has a lot to do with Yoga when we look at Yoga in the broader perspective as a place learning and healing.
"americans" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"Treated as members of. Of the in group as friends of the conservative movement as Federalist Society Diehards Justice Gorsuch still speaks at federalist society events. He was signing books. His own books at the most recent Federalist Society Convention. I think he was only there for the royalties, but whatever it's definitely true that billionaires cannot directly exert influence over the justices, but when like for? For Instance Carrie Severino Right. She runs the judicial crisis network. Okay, she personally dispersed the seventeen million. That was spent getting Gorsuch on the bench. She was at his swearing in ceremony at the white. House, and this morning she went out on twitter and trashed the guy in a widely shared thread. That I'm sure we'll get back to him and his clerks and And possibly his family, and he's going to run into carry Severino at the first. Post Cova Dinner Party that happens in Washington DC and she's going to be speaking for the dark money donors. Who got him on the court and I? Think it. It can sound a little silly like Oh, do they really care that much about social dynamics and dinner parties? Yes they actually do, and so it actually does take some backbone for Neal Gorsuch to stand up to those people, and the same goes for Roberts, although like you said I think with Roberts. The the Republicans abandoned him along time ago. They view him as a defector is a traitor because of his obamacare votes and sell I. Think they just sort of shook their heads when they saw his vote today said Yep. That's the old trader Johnny Roberts. We would have thrown him overboard longtime ago if You said the timing of this decision couldn't be worse for the trump administration. Why two things I guess I just in starkly political terms is that trump is trying to rev up his campaign and base it partly on his judicial nominations right? He delivered for the Republican base. He gave them all of these federalist society judges, but now arguably the most prominent appointee that he made has defected according to conservatives right he has, he has given liberal something that liberals want, but in a more. Concrete way the supreme court has just blown up the legal theory that the trump administration has been using to roll back protections for LGBTQ, Americans. Donald Trump has not managed to pass a single anti LGBTQ bill in Congress. Right what he has done instead is had his various cabinet members. People like Ben Carson and Roger Severino and Betsy Devos Rewrite Federal Civil Rights Laws that bar discrimination because of sax to exclude lgbtq people basically undoing a lot of the rules that the Obama Administration created and just on Friday. The Department of Health and Human Services issued one of these rules and said transgender people are not protected by Obamacare, because if only talks about sex. So ensures can discriminate against transpeople. Medical providers can discriminate against trans. People and the Supreme Court. Just said that's wrong. The Supreme Court just wall up and said you have this whole thing backwards. So can those decisions still stand? They will not hold up in court. Groups like the ACLU will come into court and say you can't do this the Supreme Court already said that Trans. Discrimination is sex, discrimination and federal judges going to look at Monday's decision and say yeah, you know what you're right. The Supreme Court said transpeople protected by these laws that bar sex discrimination, so you don't get to write them out of the federal regulations. At the beginning of this term, you came on the show and you basically said get ready for Hellfire from the Supreme Court I went back and listened, and you literally said. I am here to terrify. You may extremely scared of the judiciary for the rest of your life. Does a decision like this change that opinion. Oh, no, in some ways. It actually frightens me even more. Why the? I, think that what's happened here. Is that Robertson gorsuch has just given themselves a huge amount of political capital. Remember the court doesn't have its own standing army to enforce its decisions. It relies basically magic our belief in its institutional legitimacy to have any power at all. And if the court had. Issued a ton of conservative opinions this term if the court had said no abortion said noted Daca said no to the consumer, financial protection bureau just totally crashed through all of these liberal projects. I think that court packing would be a real conversation on this campaign trail. I think that Joe Biden would would be forced to take a position on court packing, and I think that you would see a lot of liberal saying we're not even paying attention to the court because it's illegitimate, but instead what happened is that you have a day of everybody on the left, celebrating Supreme Court and Celebrating Neal Gorsuch and John Roberts and I think that gives both of them a huge amount of cover to now. Now turn around and say okay well. We're going to erode Roe v Wade. We're going to let trump hide his financial records. were going to gut the independence of the CFPB and they can still turn around and say, but you know we are impartial and independent, and you should respect our decisions, because sometimes we swing to the left. This is a classic trek. This is what Roberts has been doing for a long time. I don't think that it should cheapen the victory for Lgbtq rights up, but I do think it should put everyone on high alert for some pretty far right decisions that may be coming down the pipeline. I'm so glad you said that because when I heard about this ruling. My main thought was oh. This was the easy one the one where you could just say well, we're really we're hemmed in here like the text of the civil. Rights Act, says this thing and. That's the way the cookie crumbles, and then we're still waiting for a bunch of other decisions that you alluded to there. What are we still waiting for? Yeah, so we're still waiting for the DACA decision to learn whether trump can deport dreamers We're still waiting on the trump tax records case where we learn. If basically New York state can get its hands on trump's tax returns, and whether the House of Representatives can get its hands on his financial disclosures. Those are big cases. They sound dry, but like the the basic question is whether trump is above the law, right? We have the Louisiana abortion case which asks if states can essentially regulate abortion clinics out of existence, we have a case asking whether the president can fire the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau whenever he wants, which would really make the whole agency much less independent? We've got a lot of high profile decisions that I think are likely to all swing rightwards. Conservatives win most of those cases I think there's some hope on the financial records case, but for the most part this is still going to be a blood bath. I think for for Liberals. It's not going to be like a kind of fifty fifty split where each side gets a little bit of what it wants. Marches of Stern. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you I look forward to the health scape that awaits US stock up on your Xanax Betablockers. Marches of Stern covers the courts and law for late. And that's the show. What next is produced by Daniel Hewitt Jason De Leon and Mary Wilson. We are led by Alicia Gumri and Allison Benedict thanks for listening. I'm Mary Harris I'll catch you back here tomorrow?.
"americans" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Adjustment. It was going to be so I thought it was going to be easier than it was but in the end it worked out pretty well so it just took me a long time to really settle in uh so so yeah like I. I think part of it was just becoming comfortable speaking French. You know because I went to the school last off season and and I made it to decent level of proficiency but I wouldn't say like being proficient and being comfortable speaking the language two totally different things so oh I think like it took me a couple of months to really feel comfortable like speaking with my teammates and becoming like a part of the group sort of and once that happened like everything started a quick. So I'd say I had a pretty hard first half of the year just like mentally and everything but yeah then actually finishes interesting really strong and I had the strongest end of season I've ever had so I if I could just like I didn't really results but just I. I was a strong. He's never been there in the Italian kind of yeah. It was up there but I didn't turn into like a real result which would have been nice so yeah I just really want to actually sort of continue in that direction and in the end the team was happy I was happy. So that was good on ruin your neighbor he was saying. DC A bit of empty tray with him A. Yeah yeah so he has a place involved so he comes down for like training box so yeah he just came down the other week we trained together. A Eh came over for Thanksgiving dinner. I had so cool. It's good to train with him and He trains hard. So it's nice to have a good training partner to to push you a bit. So that's good and I think maybe the plan is to do a bit of his schedule next year. So I'm looking forward to. That wasn't what's it been like for you be having this this niece bubble because I guess the thing that brought me here three years ago. Was this little community of American bite. Eight writers That was here on his still kind of being maintained renewed. Almost we'll talk about that in a bit but you've as some time away from this year. What's it been like coming mean by whale Ms Thor but it's been I mean it's the community and niece has definitely grown? Since you've come here. I think Joe and I explained three and a half years ago when we came here we felt relatively isolated and Tamar more you can meet with Wilburton Matteo Jorgensen who are both actually living in my apartment right now with me so it's pretty crowded but I think that you know the can the culture of nieces and cycling has definitely grown here and it's nice to come back here and realized that I've been away for eight months and to come back and see so many people and kind of really. Ah continue where we left off. But it's sad because I'm leaving on Saturday and there's a lot of friends I have met here and have connected with and I know that it's going to be more difficult to stay in touch with those people down the road and I'm hoping to come back for for the tour. I don't know if we had any pardon why the tour came to niece. But you never know I mean I think yeah it's it's been awesome time to be a niece and it does feel like a second home. My wife and I have been back here for the two weeks now and the stairs places. Go and things we do that really make it feel like a home and I think it's a place that I'll always come back to. I mean I mentioned tiller funding as well. AH The young guys coming in this. I guess growing American presence here what do you think when you do you serve deterrment. Those guys told you high with them. The younger writers and you see through their eyes you know the the the journey there on as well and does it make you feel the ones the old more experienced reader. Only Matteo makes me feel old because he calls me old something. Like what the heck man The thing is we uh we spent some time with them but In terms of training a lot of the young guys. They're so focused on their efforts and intervals and stuff that they ride ride alone most of the time so we asked them to ride and most of the time they just don't WanNa come with us so I think okay at least when I was younger I did that a bit until.
"americans" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"At that point the Up until that point the only why people could come to Australia from Latin America where we had some post World War Two European migrants who went for example to Tina and if they'd been in Latin America less than five years they still count as European. And we're allowed to come to Australia. That was there was very limited. A skill functional solid land from non-european areas But it wasn't up until nineteen seventy-three that they had that op and allowed people to to come in so the first wide would say. I think the pus while migration action from spine from Latin America it would be following the nineteen seventies Where we had a big big migration from southern Alvin kind actually would would it be now I group it would be from Tina from Uruguay and Chile? The Australian government offered assisted packages for travel. The end paypal it setup migrant hostels people came and lived in these hostels the night moved to the surrounding suburbs and when you look at the distribution of the community across Australia you can say that these older communities are primarily in Sydney and to a lesser degree in Melbourne. And it's because I think their original placement in these hostels in these major cities ladies and then I moved out to the suburbs. I'm so then. Sheila came just slightly lighter than that and then more recently. Well then we had el El Salvador came off to that that was in the eighty s with a special humanitarian program. That was set up that yet I was talk Dorian migration and then more recently way saying as I said migration from Columbia massive increase in migration. So Catherine. Thank you for mentioning the White Australia policy. Because they'll they'll sunk you. I was GonNa ask you in a moment there and obviously the If you follow the news here in the US but the immigrant community here in the US is going through difficult difficult times and you know so if anyone needs a valuable frame of reference as to where the current administration might be you know looking at or how what their view is of the world when it comes to immigration and Migration Policy Interesting frame of reference would be the white Australia policy from from back back in the day now one component of the White Australia policy that I'm curious to know if it was active or part of or still part of Australia in in the nineteen seventy s as this community was developing is distinct. Called the dictation test was still active during this time in the seventies or was that are already already obsolete and ticket out long ago. Unfortunately I dont know win. The dictation test hissed was taken out but certainly having a high level of English is has always been a priority In Australia and if anything. It's actually strengthening more recently. Just recently there was quite a bit of discussion about rising. The level of the English tests that people people native to pass in fact some people said that rising to a level that was equivalent to getting into you having university level English And there was quite a bit of debate. What about that in in the end did it didn't go through? Fortunately but certainly language has long been used as a way to to to discriminate against against people I guess another interesting point about languages. And we think about these waves of migration jury the at Margaret's from humanitarian reasons were often unskilled. They often had a low level of of English. They had little economic power and we've seen a massive change to that now. The kind of migration that we saying is very highly skilled For example from Columbia from Venezuela very highly educated title very highly skilled have some level of English and also have sufficient money because Australia has right is continually rising amount of money that you need to demonstrate that you've got and the the criteria so it's very very different social group that we're seeing a massive social change in out-migration which of course for Australia. It's it's a massive boon to get these very well educated very motivated people in. It's obviously just a massive loss for the for the countries that coming from. Yeah you know what that's interesting that you mentioned that that does sort of the intellectual brain or the brain drain as one might call it whenever they are crisis in places like the aforementioned El Salvador or an orange Chile. It's the intelligence of the country. That's leaving because of some form of persecution from wherever wherever country there may be in question here in the case of El Salvador. It was is a horrendous civil war in the eighties that led a lot of people including my own family to immigrate to the US in one thousand nine hundred eighty S. Not Noise noise. We knew that Australia was an option. During this time suddenly we can see that as Spanish speaking population is very high. Achieving in some ways it was just looking at the census to compare EDUCATION LEVELS FOR PEOPLE WHO report speak Spanish at Hun with those reports speak English at home and interestingly Al Spanish speakers much higher proportion has completed high school and a high proportion have also attained a bachelor's degree at University University. So I think this is consistent with this is very well educated people who are coming out to a Stra Interestingly a lower proportion in have attained a postgraduate degree so I'm not sure whether we saying some sort of ceiling affect their or Oh what's going on with that but certainly any. We can say it very clear to say the high high status of education.
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Loud Americans discussing soccer part of the overtime podcast network in Indy. We're back <hes> ready for some questions. Absolutely let's do it all right. Our first fan questions come from our twitter followers at leads underscore podcast first question comes from Institute of Tyler follow follow him at Tyler Nikola he says if Arsenal signed this Everton guy from South America and he goes on to play and score against Everton. Is that considered an own-goal okay. I see I see the thought process here. Thank you uh-huh I guess in some you know in some rooms I could consider that own-goal but you know it's like <hes> continue with a score against Liverpool or any of those players of grease men ends up scoring against Athletico which he's probably probably going to do. I think that's pretty funny but you know. I don't think it's an own goal by the letter of the law be known some tables I would consider it. I think the accent mark over the e probably helps his case right. Is that mean it's I mean. It's not an own-goal given the given the spelling I believe he has an accent mark over the I E if I'm not mistaken but yeah I mean follow up question does does Everton celebrate against Everton is that is that bad form if he uh-huh are they bad fans if they don't celebrate against Everton had. I don't know man a lot of questions about the topic this year. This is a big one like him as a st like him as a signing real quick I mean I think he had a decent showing in the COPA. I don't know how you feel about if you was to make his way to arsenal yeah. I think he'd be pretty nice signing. I was able to watch him a bit in the Copa that was watching like the U._S.. Women's in the U._S. meds more than the COPA which is sad because the Copa was actually usually pretty entertaining this year I was able to watch the final and Argentina game where they got knocked out and stuff like that but I think you would be awesome if we get them for like a good price like I think he was around twenty million they're saying is it less. I think that sounds sounds right and you say we'll say twenty million okay that sounds great <hes> but business good great business by wow arsenal doing great business don't hear that often all right next question comes from head miss head minister of Arsenal propaganda great name <hes> at Neil Gunar he says we'll arsenal sign tyranny after getting their second bid rejected which meant Celtics Valuation <hes> in parentheses he put they didn't want eighty million upfront and seven million bonus. They want the whole twenty five all right. Let's go. We're going back in the arsenal. You know Russian roulette will they pull the trigger and get the player this time. I don't know I feel like I've been reading what my sources you know. My reliable sources have been saying it's been Zaha aw and I think they're going to pull the trigger on that and then afterwards. I don't think we're GONNA get this player. I think if we're going to make a splash on one on player I think we're just GONNA go big and get Czaja just just because Kroenke in all the people in the board. We'll be like ossie. We got a major player. You guys have to be happy arsenal fans but really it. Just you know it's a facade Andy. It's a total facade..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Ooh. No. No, no. Thing of hey, I'm competitive, and I'm Martin Frazier. And we are loud Americans discussing soccer better known as lands. Ads. Today is Friday. April nineteenth holy shit, mar in I think, we just watched the single handed greatest Champions League quarterfinal match of all time. I mean, Tottenham fucking hospitals versus Manchester City has to go down in my book. Anyway, a top five match of all time. How about you, dude? I mean, you know, how everybody says that at the end of your life when you're lying in a hospital bed. You see your laugh life flash before your eyes on the like amazing memories that you had this is definitely going to be in that fucking life lash. Because this from the kickoff to the end was Bing, bang, boom football. It was rip him up shoot 'em up football. It was no defense football. And look, I'm not I'm not gonna sit here and propose something wild. But I am going to sit here and propose something weird. I think there should be no defense because. It just makes game so much better. Just get rid of defenses have a Senator defensive mid here and there but fuck it just go for attack attack attack. Yeah. Anyone saying that soccer is boring. I will point you directly at this game. Holy shit four. We have to follow the fan from river Platte and get the QR code of this tattooed on our arm. So whenever someone at a bar comes up was does you guys like soccer soccer's born, we can just be like. Yeah. We'll check out this QR code and watch this ninety minutes of pure exhilaration. Yeah. I've like from start to finish. It was just like a pure agenda adrenaline rush. I can't even imagine actually being a supporter of either side of this team during this, obviously, I'm arsenal your United where both both are our rival teams. So for me. I mean, I wanted man city to win. But not really I don't care for either team. You know, I mean, I feel I feel I feel like for you you. Tottenham essentially. Yeah. So for us we're on opposite sides at the same time. Four goals in eleven minutes. Marin, are you kidding me? Eleven minutes. Four goals go by after hime sterling got that absolutely class goal. It was that wasn't a it was pure class whipped in from the top left corner of the eighteen into the bottom right corner of the net. Like have there are few goals like that type of goal where like Robin has perfected this goal cut in from the fucking corner..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Ooh. No, no. No, no. Thing of AM competit- Martin Frazier. We are loud Americans discussing soccer better known as. All right today is April bit happy Friday everybody we were supposed to we are hyping up. We are going to have our buddy Christmas from inter he's also the kings of your podcast and critical make it, but we're going to have him for next week. He was supposed to do our preview for their their classic earlier Martin. So let's talk about it. So Dorman buyer play this weekend. And obviously were big boobs league. Guys this show, you know, this Martin what to do some predictions because it just sucks 'cause critic is so smart. He's like, the smartest person in the soccer football. He's this. No offense to all. Our other guests probably like, Dave committal. The spruce talking soccer guys Cup other guests are really smart. But I think critics the cake. Would you agree? Crazy, God damn mathematical genius at soccer. Rainman? But way is he's is better than Rainman. He's smart both ways that either. Twenty nineteen. I am gonna fuck take the migrate here. And and and really disappoint critic because I don't think Bursch adornment is gonna come close to winning this Dirk Lasker or title. I'm sorry, brother. I I really want them to win. But I think that both of these teams are streaking in an opposite direction whereas bar Munich is obviously finishing the season incredibly strong bruiser doorman started and then continued the season great fucking very strong. But now when push comes to shove, it's looking like Byron might get up on there and dig around and go ahead and score a couple goals tasks by version Dortmund this weekend. I don't like to say, but I'm saying, well, I'm looking at the boondocks league table for maybe the second time this season and. I'm just saying breezy dormant in their last five games of only lost one. And I believe it was only Tottenham I think that's what that's counting as. And they're currently two point the head of Biron the bindis firing on all cylinders, and I've getting all these stats from all the bullshit publications like Dortmund only has a seventy percent chance to win the Bundesliga title. Also Christian poll six out. So I mean, they're pretty much doomed. They don't have the American wonder kid. So I really don't have much hope for Dortmund. And I believe the game is in Munich. But I mean, hey, liberal got a nice win there. Right. So so now yes at Allianz stadium. I'm not feeling for doorman this weekend. I'm not buying has the percentage sixty three percent chance.
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"No, no. No. This thing of our guys. Welcome into a lot of Americans Cussing soccer, epi fry day little different format today. We weren't able to record me and Maureen. So today, we have a special guest on the show, Anthony Schober. He is the host creator of two foot talk. Great soccer podcasts. Also, the hosing crater of suburban hood rats, blogger shit talker Real Madrid fan all around great guy is but on the show a few times, a reoccurring guests. Anthony, how the hell are you? I'm great, man. Thanks, her guessing me upper there. I appreciate yet. I'm the height, man. I'm the flavor flav. I got the clock around me right now. It's fucking. You know, what it is? Oh, I know. So Anthony real quick tell the people at home a little bit about you in a little bit about two foot talk. If they're like new to the show where they can check you out. It's a I'm Anthony. The show they call me young leg. So if you see a why Elena pineapple that is me, I wild productions. We have a bunch of writers for two foot. A couple podcasts kicks in chips in to talk. Ozzy's the one that I host. You can follow us at two foot talk. Check out the website to talk dot com. Tons of content. We actually got hooked up with a soccer shop. They're called all-time soccer co follow them on Instagram. So we're hooked up with them now in they're selling tons of marriage in armored soon. So a lot of good stuff coming from while productions. Yeah. No, it's been really exciting, especially all of us here. And like the soccer podcasting community. We have Bros. Talking soccer. I was the us. We have our friends at Tottenham Hotspur world. You know, we're all part of that soccer. Swap network, which I don't really understand what that is. I just noticed a bunch of us all try and get our shit together in terms of soccer content, which is cool. It's cool. And it's been really cool seeing this growth from where we started. And where we are now. So it's very exciting. Anthony, my first question is going to be since me and Martin don't really talk that much. You know, Lalita all the time. Even though we do our best to try to give the people what they want a lot of people. You know, love the Barcelona's Real Madrid's. Let it go severe is. That's all the names of the neck Indian probably half the league. Anyway. So tell me what's going on. I see your massive Real Madrid fan Madressa. So tell me what is going on with the club right now in the league. I know you guys are doing fine the Champions League qualified, and you did you you perform very well in the champion's league. But in the league, there seems have been some problems of injury problems. So if you want to elaborate on that. Well, I mean injury problems is just something that always happens at Madrid's at this point. I don't like using it as an excuse. I'm not Gareth Bill, but a Gareth bale out Tony cruises out Marcello kind of in and out. I mean, he's still getting back from injury..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"No, no. No. All right, guys. Welcome into loud, Americans guessing soccer. I'm your host or co host whatever Kevin Pettit. And I am joined today by crazy Smith. He is a contributor to fans added soccer. He's also the author in host of the inter legend series on separate inter dot com. And the studio interposed cast, which is actually really wicked. I don't really follow them what Syria. But when I do wanna get caught up on what's introducing what the other Syria teams are doing studio inter is wicked also the host of the kings of your podcast, and you also write for B buzz right for for excuse me for Brita, Dortmund critic everything. Yes. So I need to update the Twitter basically mine tired time now is devoted to enter in separate entrance through enter. We have so many projects going with that they have essentially got me pulled in in one direction. I am almost as far as my my writing. And my podcasting. I'm now full fulltime member on the Stu inter podcast. I addition to hosting the intellegence series as well. On that podcast. We are also on simple enter TV, which is that YouTube channel, we are relaunching that and there's going to be the Semper enter of version of that as well, which I will narrate, and then I am exclusively writing the intellegence series because these pieces are so in depth than require some research that basically takes up my entire week as far as like writing one of these things because it's it's it's historical. It's not current. You have to go back and actually do the work. So it's not like you can just pop out an article like Liverpool four nil over Newcastle. And then just write the Metropole and be done with it because it just took place in real time. Nano this is this thanks actually, some some digging and and some of these players from the sixties and the fifties and seventies. And so, you know, it's more than just reading the Wikipedia page. That's all I do just read Wikipedia page. So like so for tomorrow's episode. We're going to talk about Boxing Day, and I'm literally gonna read verbatim, which you know, I think the people who listen to show, and that's what the expect. Anyway, there's not real high expectations for higher expectations. Please go. Check out all the work separate inter dot com. Today. We're not going to be talking any Siri this. As critic put it the boondocks league blitz. So all the fans of the boondock Lita. This is for you guys. You guys keep bothering us. Hey, talk about it. So we're we're idiots. We're gonna bring on someone who's smart and knows what he's talking about security. Give me your breakdown of the Buddha's league. Obviously, breezy dormant is in. I six points had a buyer as a sense right now. Then you have the team I can never pronounce where Greenwich Jack is from moving to block log, and then you have RB red bull Leipzig will. Yes. So tell me, what's what's what's what's going on tell me what's happening. So things have started to sort of normalize now in the bonus nego, they you know, the the surprise team of the the the Hindle MS they call in the first half of the season is dope on they have really exceeded all speculations as far as being in first place and six points half dozen ahead of. Firon n blue mentioned Bob who is has been second place for the majority of the season there quite a surprise as well. But talking about Dortmund real quick, they certainly made some transfer moves this past summer, especially with the acquisition of axel Vissel would which turn some. But I don't think anyone including maybe themselves at really antipated them being in this position and playing so well, of course, one loss in the entire I par had season. Of course that lost to one of the weakest teams Fulton this door that was a very unexpected match. It was an English as they call English of all it was short week. They played a mid week game. It was on the road at this often. You know, a lot of people would say, well, you know, they played a three three draw at Byron earlier this season does it off..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"No, no. No this thing, I'm competit- and Martin Frazier. And we are loud Americans discussing soccer better known as. Labs. Okay today is December twenty first twenty eighteen from south Philadelphia in mooresville, North Carolina. In guys, we have very special announcement just for you. Well, I guess it's not for you really for me and Martin. But I will be driving down. Come next Friday to spend up till New Year's day with Martin the ladder getting back together. The boys are back. The boys are back in the boys are back in town. Yes, I'm so fucking stoke. Dude. It's I think we've seen each other for like two hours since I moved down to North Carolina. So I'm fucking pumped to drink to watch soccer departed up to show. You the scary places in North Carolina. I'm fucking pump. Dude. Every part of North Carolina is scary Martin. I don't know what fucking illusion. Okay. It's an illusion Michael anyway. Yes. That's very exciting. We'll be guys. Keeping you posted about our comings and goings we plan on doing our year in review podcast while we're together up. Get the camera out. It's going to be a porn shoe. It's going to be awesome. It's going to be really really hot. And we're gonna talk about our favorite goals of the season our favorite moments of the season. Maybe our favorite player of the year. Probably neither from either of our teams. But that that's fine. That's totally fine. But it's gonna be a lot of fun. If you guys are from the Charlotte area. I think we'll probably be going to Charlotte. Probably that Saturday. Definitely New Year's Eve right Martin. Yeah. I think that's the plan of action. So if any of y'all are in town, definitely hit us up on one of our social media sites or phones, I have have a phone for the first time in like a year. So that's depressing shit. But now you can contact me. You can tell us if you're going to be in Charlotte, and we'll have like a watch party a gay just go to random bar and watch some soccer and drink a lot of beers with fellow soccer fans of fellow lead. So I'm looking forward to it. You should be looking for to hit us up on all the social media's just Google ads podcast lot Americans soccer. Oh martin. What the official looking forward to are you ready? Oh, yeah. Transition time three to one. We are ordering lads hoodies. We have hoodies coming in the God, damn male, baby. Actually, I'm going to pick him up, but we're going to ship them to you. Anyway, it's going to be like our crest on a black hoodie and on the back of say, if you know, you know, shut out the push anyway, very exciting about that. I'm going to try and get them in the thirty five dollar range and free shipping. So thirty five dollars free shipping. That's the plan. I'm probably just going to cause they're probably gonna cost like thirty bucks. Thirty three bucks. A pop. So I'm just going to be making my money back. This is for you guys because you know. We love you, please. This is my one caveat. Don't fucking message us and say can I get a free hoodie? No. You cannot get a fucking free hoodie..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Is that okay? She was someone I met in London. Oh, nice. One. We did a long distance. Think the six years. Yeah, that's six years. I'm a such a bitch long distance for year. I couldn't take six years. Oh my God. Ticket passes framed. Okay, that's amazing. Faded just like the love. Oh my God. That's. I love that. Awesome. And then did you make this Victoria free house like you've just like made this Liverpool bar essentially? So you've been a fan since nineteen seventy? Seven. He told me that interview, right? So I used to be full to has moved. Okay, and we'd go tend to the dickens in down in south street. Yeah, and yet to twenty dollars to get in and they had some rookie feed. And then you watch that and you get some bacon rolls and friends of mine die met through that. He will also expanse, English guys. Yeah. We made a little group when we moved to Fidel and it was. And we all got married chilled life happens. Yes, moved away. And then a couple of moved to tear nog- and then Chelsea moved in. The man city moved in there too, moved into Chelsea Bah and we would go there just anyway, Brumbies from Birmingham. This Chelsea where peaky blinders like. No, by central London, the boozy rich area. Really augument okay. The twenty twelve all star game PPO I was a member of sons Ben for seven years. The beginning, they walked on tailgate show now really. Budget concert. They those Chelsea. Oh, glad you put that word in. Yeah, I can't please. Yes. Say to fuck you one Mark. I'm all about. I'm an arsenal fan, so they're a bunch of fucking Cup. I love it. There we go getting spirit. All right. So I'm gonna have asked me you some quick Liverpool questions. But first thing is, what is the hardest thing to get Americans into soccer or football? I know you wanna say fo- by kills you when I say soccer, but what do you what is the hardest thing getting Americans into football scoring? You can't take no, no draws. They can't take. NFL this week. There's been a draw this week in the week before. I mean, NFL trying to copy off. Just probably shut themselves. Don't add to deal with the nuno's role. It's gonna be like seventy six, forty three, which it's you know. You know, it does if the Premier League made seven points per goal, and if it was five points, it was a goal from free kick and three points goal is deflection American fans would Brigham, they love it. There'd be so many points. They also say, I heard like flopping, do you think flop? I mean, NBA flops, everyone every sport flops, but I feel like soccer football gets a bad rep. Yeah. So I'm neymar. We just watched Aimar. So I'm just I'm just saying. Fish diving over the diving board grown men? Yeah. It's kind of a basing flipside on American football side. They were spend it. Nope. So people don't talk about that. We wanted to Liverpool. I have Liverpool winning the league this year and I'm an arsenal fan. I'm just going to give you. I don't. We're not really big rivals, but I'm just saying. Yes, I have you then city, and then I think I have United third, but Josie Marino's Aspira we don't. We don't need to get into that also. See you next Tuesday. Another. What do you think. Speaking of scoring goals and getting points you guys. That's all you guys do early this season by me last year, and I'm seeing glimpse of you guys are just blown away. So expectations for the season is to win it. When you look at clubs perspective, what he's done and when he came in, I was talking to some statistics Email this week. Yeah. He's played with livable is played twenty eight, European ties. He's lost four. Sixty two goals. That's sorry. I'm just like the full, the loss with both away semi final ties and both vinyl ties. He hasn't lost another game in two, and he's only two campaigns which was the euro league campaign and the gains that we end up getting severe. And then we had a year with nothing and in Champions League Lia last year. I mean, when you look at that, it's pretty fucking writable. That's only loss full games..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"My first my first question and this is. What is the biggest thing holding back Americans from getting into soccer. So Ozzy I think soccer is about six in the. Epilogue at the laws of sports like American football, basketball, baseball, I guess hockey and then it might missing one, I don't know, and then like soccer. Right. Okay. So some some theories, okay. Bounce off you. So. All right. The big to fulfill baseball. Big, three, football, baseball, and all right. Sorry. All new. My order. Football, basketball, and then baseball. Okay. And then like hockey, maybe I don't know, but then like soccer. So those top three. Right. All Americans? Yes. All Americans buying old Americans play as kids Ohlemeyer in the professionals. So old big teams other end. Is there anybody who's like not an American on the squads of the of the major found themes? The major you're talking NFL now there's like there's like there's are always like, oh, the one player on that. We've rugby play from New Zealand's. He couldn't quite old well, a, yeah, yeah, basketball, there's all there's actually a big foreign influence. Really, actually surveying will Spain loves the basketball actually won. The number one draft picks was I forget his name, but he's one of the number one draft picks us from Spain. He played through the Real Madrid. Basketball team is actually really, I know is if you is pretty funny, fishy, go on like this dance. So Donncha like the number two pick Ginobili. He's from Argentina. There's actually a big foreign influence Dario Saric here in Philadelphia. He's from somewhere in the Baltics of research as well. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. So I was just, I'm at my hypothesis was that no one apart from the American spies Margaret bubble. I mean, really like seriously, so I don't have superstars. Yeah, so everyone's going to be Americans old American basketball. I thought it was similar, but it might not be otherwise might be otherwise baseball. Clearly maybe five percent? Yeah. NFL so superstars in the NBA who are like foreign rights and. Okay, so and then you baseball, you've got Japan loves it. You love it. No one else. I mean, we have a lot of Cuban players. We have a lot of South America, but again, very close, very close on our side of the hemisphere yet. So now you get to suck. Oh, you're and it's just every South America. Brazil RGI. Uruguay I can never right. But I mean, mostly, I mean Europe. Yeah. So, yeah, so I so my primary reason the is not as is I think this. Although the sports, the kind of more American focused, whereas like the MLS isn't a stronger league and it's kind of seems to be Mickey Mouse league by some of the other leagues. So like to get your best sports, you know, you want to see the best boy in front of you. You have to go to Italy, Spain, owing Lind or Germany, Germany. I mean, you just watch buyer Munich. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. So I think that's maybe a concern. So I think if those guys that we, you know, we've been money on, we're coming to the lesson stats that I have a feeling you can more about it. If you could say the MLS best league in the world, I think it may be would go up if you run. I don't even put MLS above. I put it not even maybe in the top ten. Okay. So the top five, you have like Bundesliga. Four. But yeah, like a league Premier League Syria league? Yeah. Yeah, that's what your top five Syria. And then you have like the Portuguese league would really go to tone Medica. You have team league that one though, isn't it? I mean, Joe benefit would-be. Any team MLS paying, then you had like a Netherlands like IOC yet. I mean, even like the mighty Scottish by me league, don't forget you got the Celtics the Rangers. Yeah, but that's definitely maybe Emily squeezes in top ten. Barely right. Am I crazy the knows what I'm saying?.
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"No, no. No, no thing, hey, I'm competit- an Martin fridge, and we are allowed Americans discussing soccer better known as lads. Motherfucker. Over my brand new clothes. That's fine. Today is August twentieth twenty eighteen and we went to an MLS game. Yeah, was odd odd. You're out of place at felt like as you know, we're just usually English Premier League world, soccer European soccer top-five leagues, soccer podcast. You know, we've mentioned molest a bunch of times, you know, not really good regard. You know the lack of, you know, the just quality in general. I don't know. I'm trying to tread on like thin ice a little bit by the time. I don't give a shit, so I'll just say like MLS is not as good. Yeah, as the league's we'd like to cover. So. That's out of the way. All right. We got out of the way it'll come back later, but I want to say real quick. This is wild. We got to go covered the Philadelphia union versus New York City, f c on behalf of pro sports talks are good friend, Pat McIntosh, yeah, and huge things too, and huge things to pro sports talk because this opera -tunities was it felt like a once in a lifetime opportunity, we'll get into what we got to do in a bit, but basic rundown. We got to go up to the press box. Then we got to go into the conference room where they interviewed the coach post-match and then go into locker room. And I honestly didn't feel real at all. It just felt like a dream because we were able to see these players up close up personal and like. M. OAS magic. This was an awesome experience, and I can't think Pat enough for the shit shout. The pack Li literally made this. This is like, this would give everyone of you goddamn hope this. Why I'm saying this because we made this guy to have podcast as a joke there, and now we are journalists, big, Fokin, j. German, you know, thank you Pat because now if I go to the bar and I meet a girl, I can be like I was once a journalist in, you know that and you never tell them where you were, why you were journalists what you covered, just leave it. Miss mysterious is the name of the game. Was journalist gave that life. I was a journalist, I was a journalist once, oh, and he do wet wet already wet. Maybe if they get into a covered international conflict between different players of international, there's a lot of players on the field when this international clash game just just bullshit your way through it and then try your very best not to yell, sports, sports sports, not even sport soccer. All right. So as we start off meeting this podcast over a year ago, and now we're getting almost like ten thousand dollars a month. So we thank you guys because without you, this is the reason so big shadow to you who are listening because without you, this would not be possible. So, and if you wanna keep helping us tell your friends and like follow us on our social media's Instagram, Twitter. Facebook. Okay. And say something nice about on dunes or I tunes podcast review. Okay. That's our plug. So shall we happen to the to our experience as journalists as reporters, a big reporters, fucking reporters. So we caught the little preliminary information. We called the arsenal, Chelsea Majer earlier, fucking stunning game crazy game..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"No, no. No, no thing Kevin Pettit and Martin Frazier, and we are allowed Americans Cussing soccer better known as lads. Yeah, I hate crackheads. Oh yeah. That's a way to open up. The podcasts are going in this crack crack heads. They're everywhere man in Philadelphia, and they're always like asking for cigarette, ask him for a cigarette and like they're always just smoking crack on the sidewalk gets a fucking cigarette. Like, I'm sorry, go in the alley. We always get called the trash cities. You're not helping our case. You're not. Okay. Okay. Today is July nineteenth back to usual broadcast, eighteen welcome in guys today. There is not really any soccer to discuss which you know with the World Cup over, we got only a few weeks to the Premier League SARS we're gonna be doing all the other leaks. Of course. I mean, I guess there's other ones that matter allegedly. So we're going to be doing next week our Premier League of preview podcast. We're going to be going through all twenty teams and talking about why if you only got with us for the World Cup or you just want a little refresher, like it's good, you know, have a little like back to school day. I mean your syllabus day. That'll be yourself as day. Come, hang out, go through each all twenty teams and talk about the main. The key players. Expectations for the season and give information about the club. Actually, if you want to really good information, go to the soccer tavern shout out the Dave can it'll in the Bruce soccer guys. They actually do like information about the history of the clubs. We won't go into serious detail. We'll give you enough where you can hang out in like maybe team and continue throughout the season with us. When we're, you know, bitching and talking about certain players who we're talking about. So today we're gonna be talking transfers. It's like a news turn into soccer, Gaza Ben. I cannot wait favorite because it's all gossip all rumors and girl. Let me tell you what it's about to be on my God. Can you believe Kendall's Ben Simmons? That's exactly what we're going to be talking, but can you believe Mars is that Manchester City bald men might go brought this up to you earlier? I'm like, you know, there is still like soccer on like Emma less. The international Champions Cup, which fuck them? Okay. We talked about the podcast weeks ago that we were supposed to have media credentials passes. We are going to be not bloggers any big j journalists as Foxton fucked and initially seemed good. We were just waiting to get our credentials approved and the never got back to us, and then they're like, oh yeah. By the way a week before we're supposed to go there to say, oh, you wanna prove and we're like, it probably went to your spam. We check our spam. It wasn't there. We were supposed to go fly out and cover the Breda Dortmund Manchester City game with the pro sports. Talk sky, Pat McIntosh for like sponsoring us and getting us helping us get in the credentials. But no. So fuck the bunch of poorly run assholes. Still probably watch some of the game. That's gonna be like guys and most of the players. Oh, really going to be there, but international Champions Cup, we did go to game last year though with the Barcelona seeing ours last gopher Barcelona. And we see Lukulu who was massive for Manchester United, and we partied trap house on all. It was a great experience of crack. It's we just making of crack. What's stadia in this guy was like yet, come hang out this and all my crack friends. And we were like, yes, is this cheap parking? And he said, yes, we went. Was like seventy five dollars at the FedEx stadium, and we're like, Faulk that. And then it was like twenty five bucks in front of some random crackhead. Yeah, we were just like prime real estate. It was. I was great. It was like right in front of the stadium. But this year I'm kind of on the fence. I kind of wanted like a boycott them. I kind of wanted like wait a couple of weeks and like same thing with sex, or you wait like weeks and weeks and weeks, and then you see your girlfriend..
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Oh god go to how as gold donald oh god no a uncompetitive and our martin fraser and we are loud americans discussing soccer better known as lads although we we don't have beer it sucks this is saturday march third a february has come and gone in a fucking instant uh but we are here to discuss we we were you guys a tree this for you because we love you the people's podcast look him to smooth jazz went to 45 what are the bubble let that be here with you all day we are here because an ongoing debate that's going on the soccer world is var a video assistant referee sorry house like what is it actually stand for i just think of like it's like when you think of lol i saw that tweet you don't think of laugh out loud you just think in your head lol lol yeah like law i don't think actually left i'll boozy ele mayo you're like oh laughing my ass off or the or luckas who owe the arsenal revision had damaged even think of that we're back made myself there um but the reason we're coming today on march their 2018 from south philadelphia employee breeze surviving this no bomb um which took out an entire apartment next to us i tweeted out the photo that she it was wild we are here to talk about because the world cup has officially announced dead for 2018 that they will be using var.
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Oh god go to how as gold donald oh god no hey i'm competitive and our martin frazier and we are a lot americans guessing soccer better known as lads got it oh we're while god overturned a bottles today boys on yes we are it is january january 23rd 2018 if you guys in noticed that wasn't a beer can opening that was a bottle so we got this new thing we're going to do we've been listening to budge other podcasts and you know we think that'd be cool instead of you know us district and like the normal pr those shitty miller lion all those even they're like that's why you usually drink a weekends anyway the people's beer now we try and get the people what they want um but we're people and we want to try some new stuff so kevin actually thought of this today he came over to my own eskimo i'm thrown all that praise this beautiful ma'am right here sitting across from me he thought of the most brilliant idea ever and you will never guess what it is actually i just kind of stole it from martinis a murder which is a great other podcast yet out of them for being smarter their waste us and essentially every podcast we're going to try a different beer we're going to give a rating ring to tell you about the beer uh so today we started with a low local john it is the wall with it is a unfiltered belgian style white aol it is made it is it isn't aol brood with great fruit peel an camp camille camomile you uncultured swine have you never had camomile tea now king unbelievable i've had legal gray zach lowe's snow cameos like i think it's like sleepy time or event humpty all the dailies were my markov.
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Oh god go to how as gold donald oh god no the hey i'm competitive and our martin frazier and we are loud americans guessing soccer better known as lads uh it is how january naive twenty 18 again new year new me and new blog we both in a blog today martin did about the duality of man chest united who led seriously my nerdy as moment on had since i've graduated college and it feels good to be back it it it new year great dinner that that that's amazing of those like that's the best part of the blog odyssey just the title no it's a really good blog he goes into the two different aspects the two faces of manchester united and it's it's really well done a pretty impressed unlike you i know i'm i'm not trying to boast boasts like some trying to buy like i like it hypothermia zero the viewers the audience the people but there is some people wanna brag up in that stadium seen these guys are essentially on stadium scene dot com and if you wanna go two a sporting event you can go to it but you need to find out where the best russia the bars are for so they will do that all for you you go to their website of you the tickets to tell you the best places the tour and martin where you can fight where can you find us with them you can actually find us now we've said this every podcast so if you haven't caught on by now jesus gives them new year's you suck you suck listen you should already be on savings in right now stadium seen dodd tv check is out there for new blogs new episodes videos and more and you know what we're drinking tall boys it's a new year new was and we actually have a special treat for you today kevin who tell the people what they wanna here well we if if you're are like aware in the soccer world the biggest beef right now like the kim kardashian pairs hillen of beefs and managers is juicy marino and antonio conte of chelsea.
"americans" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Oh god go to how as gold donald oh god no hey i'm kevin pettit and our martin frazier and we are allowed americans discussing soccer better known as lads akg sorry for the delay there were a hurried at yeah i fought you ever drinking a slight fox 360 india pale ale they kind of like um if you take off the whole top honours guy that will tweeted out a revolutionary us is actually like i'm not like i need more beer faster send this vix is everything yet aside it's the best thing next shocking i i think that's fantastic gas goes is the hohnstein of beers that manila program this is steve jobs a beers who are like eight both of them both of them have sats anyway we've it is december twelve 2017 obviously um and we're come from you for south philadelphia and point breeze philadelphia in our sport seems so suck yeah it's been a real shit week uh my team socks and lost cavs did too and then we get the heart breaking news to jump from soccer to football american football carson went out with a aco injury done for the year ideally out for year oh i'm so sad literally like any time i shouldn't everything a good things never going to happen good things are never going to happen to philadelphia sports teams and asides the two thousand eight philadelphia phillies good good outlook anytime the eagles get good why i shouldn't get excited i work myself up it's like arsenal i work myself album like we're number one in december no it doesn't it doesn't matter carson winds out with a tornado c l god bless his heart threw a touchdown any way with a fucking pochun acl god the m it the how you have that's that's just horrible and i really hope he gets better real quick comes back becomes the same player that he was m is gonna be can't wait to see how he recovers and let's go fucking birds gobert nick foes hopefully he can hold down the fort i mean he did go 27 into but that's that's enough that's enough american football so real football.