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"amitav" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

08:37 min | Last month

"amitav" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Mom and and as always. I'm joined by my good pal. Jacob redman jacob. How're you doing on this fine morning. I'm doing great zach as part of my new year's resolution i think i'm gonna glow it up and defeat the fire lords in my life. That's my goal fruit. Twenty twenty one. So we'll see how it goes. I don't know if. I got an e sadistic antagonists in my life. I mean i got to be bought online. But i don't know if they're fire lord a bad so that's an interesting that's fair that's fair. I probably shouldn't give these people too much credit. Fire lord's own right. You know i'm doing well. We came off last week and a fantastic podcast with josh and kevin. It was so much fun. It was amazed even in the moment while we were recording. We have our streaming are now looking. I was like wow. Where's it to our mark bulich. We've been talking about thirty minutes so much. Fun of it was interesting dynamic. because even though we're the host of this show it's like they're kind of our podcasting seniors and like especially kevin came in pretty hard really was like i've always needs a news. Good news a great show. I thought has a ray happy with how that turn now and once again. Thanks to both josh. And kevin or coming on our little show. And i mean i felt bad because the movie was so awful at a certain point back. I just saw like to press microbe. Sei we watch our boy almanzan young muhtar like. Oh what a horrible. I wish men in black memory stick to wipe out the young my brain honestly that might be the best for both of us for that and if we could just wipe that from our memory i had gone back before podcasting thing in the movie so it showed up on my net flicks like continue watching and i was like no. I will not be doing that. And you know it's actually been haunting me. This movie's been haunting me throughout this week. It's been falling following me into my real life. Okay feel free to elaborate on that quite interested so last week kevin said like the mark of bad writing is when someone says like as you know and then describe something that you know. I started working with someone at my job. Who starts like half of his sentences with as you know and then tells me something. I know and i really like. I'm having flashbacks. I'm like wait is m night shamlan writing my life story stranger than fiction except instead of amitav night shamlan. And you're just will farrell exactly. It got even worse when on thursday. We were talking about like different movies or stuff that we were watching and he was like. Oh yeah. I was just watching the last air bender and i was like what like. Why apparently like he had never seen it before. He's also an avatar fan and so he was like. Oh yeah like. I was watching it for the first time and i was like. Hey there's a podcast nice of our broadcast of course step ahead. Good potential listener. You're lucky as you know co worker. Exactly yes if you're here as you know co worker as much for joining and i'm sorry for making fun of you in the start of the show. Yeah i mean i. Hopefully he enjoys the show. I mean honestly though are our last podcast last week about. The movie was a great entry level. Podcasts for like people. Don't listen to us. Listen to i thought so if anything he does he's got absolutely right there with the movie fresh on his mind did he talk generally was he just watching it like us. Yeah he was watching it like us like it was one thing that i think. It was similar to your positions act. Where like he's heard how bad it was. He's a fan of avatar and had never done it and he was like you know what now's the time to do it so he just sat down and watched it last week yeah. If it wasn't for this. I never would have watched that piece of shit moody. Pardon my language. Tell us this episode before we absent opposites though we should tell our fans From here on out. We're gonna be dropping on wednesday mornings rather than tuesday in the new year. We are switching to wednesdays. You might have noticed that with the m night. Shyamalan movie broadcasts as well. We forgot to announce their. That's my bet in cobb podcasting on my part but we're doing now so going on wednesday morning yeah on wednesdays will wear pink and will listen to hang and added to the agenda also hump day so we can go back to those terrible geico commercials with camel walking around completely. You unlocked a hidden memory. I have forgotten among us remind. Yeah there's no. There's no survivors. So instead of survivor you got hang in there for the foreseeable on. Why oh yeah. We'll probably have to hang in there for a while before we get new reality. Tv back but you know what your wednesdays are getting pretty full. You know you have to wear pink. You have to watch the guy commercial. You have to listen to us like it's a lot. Was there anything else we we need to get into before a man. It's crazy we're on season two already almost like just when she came on my screen and we'll talk more about almost. I go goosebumps along like wow. We're really season to keep saying it. Just feels like we start our podcast like a week ago and now we're already starting season two like it's still surreal to me even now. Yeah i agree get seems like a you know just a few weeks ago. Where making fun of the game with no rules and talking of pilot that genuinely bills like so recently so it's kinda short and now here are starting season two and i have to say this was a great season opener really enjoyed this episode. I agree we were talk around. Appreciate both the Be side story. Were great and i think that's why season two is incredible because you're so invested in both the story like team avatar and of course the tops you're invested in the four of them as well as zoo growing ira living their lives. As refugees in the earth kingdom both those stories are so compelling and they started them here. And i'm really excited to dig into. Yeah so let's jump in just like any storied that's good We start in a dream and hearing is running around and we see. We quickly realized that anger is seeing hang in the avatar state so he i is looking at himself in the In the first hour in the sorry in the third episode where we see him at the southern air temple he then starts to like sea monkeys skeleton and then we see him in the avatar state attack. Hang in the dream. This was like a bit of an abrupt start. Zack were you ready for this now. You mentioned it kind of. I don't think it's kind of cliche to start Episodes all greens fan that trump donkey around. This episode was incredible. But that didn't love and you're right. It wasn't a rough start because we just see and avatar state. He's having a nightmare about himself. Avatar state essentially wreaking havoc and destruction killing doing things that are not normally arabs nature. So i can see why he wakes up here with like a cold sweat and the next scene. He tells guitar that he was actually scared of himself in injury and that must be a horrible feeling to. It's one thing like me. Dream wish bone or something stupid like that was another to like. Actually see yourself in a dream and be scare of your life essentially your own reflection on. That must be terrified. Yeah and like. I don't love it. They started the episode with this. But this dream sequence is pretty good. I agree i. We see like hang in the southern air temple where he's like seeing monkey skeleton we see like qatar and sokha like hiding behind a rock is anxiety too powerful and then the blast of in the avatar state since dream state and into the next time that he's in the avatar state in the fire temple where then being ripped open a hole in the floor and then and goes to the next time on the ship in avatar state whenever he's in the Begin or he's at the end of season one. So it's a pretty cool sequence. Kaushik goes between these. I thought they did a pretty good job of like you know at least like i'm not a huge fan. They started.

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"amitav" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"amitav" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three while the four horse women of the apocalypse were babbling nonsense. Fortunately the president wasn't just sitting there idly taking it because he doesn't. That's just that's not what he does so as they're speaking he president trump is tweeting. We will never be a socialist or communist country. If you are not happy here you can leave like it. It's your choice and your choice. Alone is about love for America. Certain people hate our country entry it. Just you know it just feels good. Maybe that makes me a bad person but it does feel good. I love it and then after the press conference <hes> couple of people ask them <hes>. Hey okay. You're you're so opposed to violent rhetoric. You're so opposed to people stirring things up. What about ANTIFA are you? Are you going to denounce Antifa as well and here's one of those times when they're being asked about it. Mrs Cortez misses. You feel responsible. Wow Silence. Will you tell Americans violent anymore ANTIFA to be to be exact shouldn't stop being violent and no response whatsoever. That's kind of an easy one to seems like an an easy one. Stop being violent. Wow No comment no comment. I don't I mean that's a tough one. She was also walking down the halls of of the house. I guess I think she was in the Capitol building here and she was being asked by either either this report or somebody else the same thing. Will you condemn ANTIFA for the attack in Washington. It's easy to condemn a terrorist attack right good point. Will you be condemning ANTIFA. They firebombed un-american facility. Will you know she it. Will you be condemning a tough one. I mean yeah feeling the possibility in the attack with rhetoric about concentration camps. Are you responsible. Do you feel ashamed I love. The Guy Doing it great. Do you use wax Rx. Maybe she couldn't hear him. May maybe earlier. She was confused because he said Mrs Right Right. She's married and she's like Oh. I thought you were talking to Mary. Miss Cortez near this seems she cleared up. She just won't answer that. It's not going to answer. That's really something that I mean. That's not difficult. No can you condemn the violent attack. No she's got no comment on that and you might think well the first time she's just irritated and she's in a hurry and she just doesn't WanNa be bothered the second time walking down the hallway she could stop and say yeah. I'm I'm not in favor of violence under any circumstances or whatever or yeah you know what I think thinking the case of Antifa it's perfectly natural and normal in the right thing to do to get violent. Whatever your point is? Let's hear it crazy. It's just it's amazing from from strength of Jesse's waistband at fat at least at this tweet as agonizing as it is. I think I'd rather hear the Beto Guitar rather than any of the four congresswomen are the apocalypse amitav that is saying something ooh Cooley drinker tweets what's with the ageism Keith if pat identifies twenty then by Golly. He's really a twenty year old. Thank you thank you well. I I stand corrected. I you've got about identifying as and I it's all it takes readily admits all it takes my fault. I seriously though I do identify in my head as maybe eighteen or twenty years old somewhere in her seriously I you vote right. Yes <hes> and you know why because you believe sixteen year old should have the right to vote. No no I do not but don't you. I mean isn't there a place in your mind aligned where you've got to stop and you still feel that age.

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"amitav" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"amitav" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"And prove that she's an ally to social Justice right by ensuring that a gay woman of color plays the rule. So a a black lesbian must be kept in marvel. I don't know. Why was the original was the original captain marvel black lesbian being told? No was the original captain marvel black. Yes, or no. I think they made some sort of. She made an appearance it looks like and longtime ago in one thing and then apparently slipped off into obscurity after several name changes and the character change quite a bit. But before it, you know for she had her own. Line if you will her own story, and then once that came around when they actually made her into a character. It looks like home. I gosh ally was a white woman. Oh, no. No boy. Okay. So I I'm not sure how the how that makes sense that you must I guess all characters. Now, do they all have to be gay women? Maybe that's the deal. Maybe every new movie character has to be gay transvestite transgendered person or a person of color. No more white people in movies, please. We're just done with white. We actually had one director say. He can't imagine ever giving a role casting a white, man. White doesn't even need to apply and stuff. So great. She's. We're in an upside down world as I think, you know, founding fathers are also under attack right now students at Hofstra. University are demanding that the Thomas Jefferson statue on on campus be removed. Yeah. The statue has been the center of controversy on the campus. It's been defaced with the word decolonize and black lives matter signs and stickers on it. Foof? So there's a big protest now every year, and in fact, multiple times a year about getting rid of it. They stand around the around the statue and demand that it be torn down. Go study. It is about what the statue represents a legacy of racism and bigotry on college campuses. That's what Thomas Jefferson represents you. She's the organizers of this our students from Hofstra and some staff members from Planned Parenthood of Nassau County. Oh, so, you know, their quality individuals. Look, I who am I to judge. I'm just saying these people are going to burn in the fires of hell. That's all. I mean, I, you know, judge anyone so no I'm just saying I'm just saying. I am so tired of the Thomas Jefferson hatred, the George Washington hatred, which they're also is we've got this story about a northern California Public school. They may remove a mural of George Washington from the halls of get this, George Washington heights. Yes. Because of confer concerns, it's offensive and demeaning to native Americans in African Americans. I mean open up a book. A working group determined the mural made up of several panels traumatizes students and community members. If it traumatizes these little darlings, they need to just stay home K homeschool where nothing bad can ever happen. And they can see only what's on the walls of your home. Don't let them stray outside ever for any reason. So tired of this advocates for keeping the mural say that removing it ignores the intent of the artist and represents an attempt to erase history. Yeah. Well, I mean, somebody said once those that we're going to have to make sacrifices have to change our conversation for station. We're gonna have to change our tradition history based the move into a different place. So I guess what we ask ourselves is is removing a statue of Thomas Jefferson and erasing mural of George Washington. Isn't that fulfilling everything she just said there and more it absolutely is? This is what this is about. In nineteen thirty six this artist of Victor Amitav painted, the thirteen panels that make up the life of Washington. Keep in mind again. This is George Washington high school. Detail dinner. He was a prominent Russia baron painter who created the murals as part of a works project administration project undertaken by the new deal. Wait a minute. Something good came about to say, I was on the side of leaving the mural found out. It was a make work project as amazing. She's the group has four public meetings.

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Emma Thompson drops out of Skydance film after John Lasseter hire

The Frame

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Emma Thompson drops out of Skydance film after John Lasseter hire

"When David Ellison hired Pixar co founder, John Lasseter in January two head Ellison's new sky dance innovation studio. The response was swift organizations such as time's up and women in innovation. Condemned the decision and many sky, dance employees were furious. Pixar and Disney forced Lassiter out of his job as its chief creative officer last June, and that was after female employees alleged Lassiter had groped them and created a frat house like work environment where women were excluded. When Lassiter came to sky dance. The studio was in production on a movie called luck. And among its actors was Emma Thompson, but Thompson left the project soon after Lassiter's hiring, and she detailed her reasons in a letter to sky dance that was published today in the LA times, Mary McNamara's culture columnist and critic at the paper she wrote the story about Thompson's letter and she explained. How the head of sky dance address concerns about Lassiter's hiring back in January David Ellison Sunday, a really long, and it was a little like defiant, Email, basically saying we've talked to John and he understands that some things some things that he has done in the past were not appropriate. He has, you know, been addressing those issues, and it is in his contract that he must behave professionally so nobody should be worried. I mean, the the absurdity of like someone being hired at this level of, you know, oversight overseeing this huge staff, or, you know, I'm sure a lot of money and having his boss having to point out that he is contractually obligated to behave professionally is just I mean, my hair just liked went on fire. It's like they don't understand. This isn't just about the specific instances that women. Have detailed which are bad enough. I'm not saying in any way, but it's about creating an atmosphere in which women were shut out. And just the fact that he would get a job again. So quickly basically sends a message to everyone in Hollywood. Which is like this is not a big deal. You know, it's a blip in the road. So when he comes to sky dance emission the studio is already in development or production on a movie called luck. And one of the voice actors in this film as an actress by the name of Amitav, sin and Thomson recently decides that she wants no part in this movie. So what does Emma Thompson decide that she's going to do and how she's going to make her decision? Well, my understanding is that as soon as Lassiter was hired Emma Thompson contacted her representatives and started talking about I gotta get out of this film. And that she did indeed leave on January twentieth. She withdrew from the film, and then she sent a letter to sky dance explaining why she had withdrawn from the film and asking all the questions that people have been. Asking which is like how you know. Why was the staff I mean, one of the things after Lassiter's hiring? And I don't know if you heard from people at guidance, but I did off the record people were very upset women and men were upset they didn't want to have to deal with this. They didn't know what it said about their company. And so that was one of the questions she raised. It's like, well, why is John Lasseter getting a second chance when no one who's going to be working for him was asked if they wanted to give him a chance, and she and she just lists a long number of questions that his hiring had raised. And finally said she wanted to make this movie she wanted to work with the director. But she just couldn't in good conscience lend her name to it. So she writes a letter that she shares with the LA times, and you publish, and I think this letter will go on to be the Magna Carta or the declaration of independence of the metoo movement. And here's what she writes in one passage. I'm going to quote, sky, dance employees who don't wanna give him John Lasseter. A second chance have to stay and be on. Uncomfortable or lose their jobs. Shouldn't it be John Lasseter who has to lose his job? If the employee's don't wanna give him a second chance there's lots to single out on this. I think that's remarkable. What did you also notice about what Emma Thompson had to say? Well, I just thought the fact that she said that people like me have to take the stand. And if we don't nothing is going to change we can talk about it. We can have tasks force. We can have PSA's, and we should do all that. But Hollywood runs on money and star power. And until the stars that make the money the stars that make the projects run until they're willing to go. I'm not going to do this. You know, I will not work for this, man. Because I believe that this was not a good higher. I believe that this makes too many people uncomfortable that it's too dangerous for too many people. You know, David Ellison isn't taking a chance John Lasseter is not going to sexually. Him. But who knows and who's going to be the first person like, you know, everybody's on eggshells. Anyway, like who's going to be the person that if something happens it's guidance who's going to speak up because it's the women who are targeted. They're not equal to the power of the man. That's the whole point there. There are people who don't feel like they have the kind of voice now, I think that that has changed a little bit. I hope it's changed a lot. And I think that seeing someone like Emma Thomson take this kind of stand and walk away from a project that she was excited about doing sends a really great message to everyone, including her peers, this is another tool in terms of fixing Hollywood is that the people who are in these positions. These A-List people you need to do more than make statements. They need to make statements with their feet. So what happens to a project like luck? We'll somebody else come in and take it over or will the movie fall apart and a lot of people who were going to work lose their jobs. I mean, there's no real easy ending to the store. Is there? No. And that's something that she also addresses in the letter is stars do have that kind of responsibility for a project that they're you know, they are one person. But there is cast and crew and people who may be this is their first big job, and nobody wants to take that away from people. And so I'm sure it was a difficult decision. Because I don't know they haven't announced a replacement. I don't know what female actor would step in to do that. I don't know what their choices are going to be. I don't know what how the director. They've been very quiet. Nobody has been commenting. I, you know, I don't know how the director feels about it. But this was a very big deal for them. This was one of two big animation films that we're going to sort of put scions animation on the map. And this is not a good way to start.

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"amitav" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"But remember Hillary Clinton was a strong advocate for this. I have articles in the show notes today from John Salomon that are older they're from October flashy, but I want you to read them in the hill. Remember, John Salomon knows the whole story folks, I'm telling you it's all about Skoko about how Hillary Clinton is on record advocating strongly for this skulk of oh project. Okay. Remember when we're talking about we're talking about corrupt influence that the Russians tried to influence Hillary Clinton. To get this done. Right. The skulk of project folks was was disguised as a technology, again, Silicon Valley type thing and Russia, what was Skoko really, well, according to United States government intelligence, insiders skulk vote was nothing more than an effort by the Russians to steal our most sensitive technology to use it in weapons technology. And according to a piece in the daily caller where they citing inside or on this technology stolen, via skulk of oh and its operations may have been used any development of a hypersonic missile, which can defeat are a lot of a lot of our anti missile technologies. Think about what I just told you. Hillary Clinton advocated openly for the Russians to be able to open this technology quarter in Russia, the technology quarter based on US intelligence assets was not for technology at all it was for the theft of technology, which may have been used in the development of a deadly missile, which can defeat certain US anti missile technologies. Hillary's team and Hillary advocated for this. Oh, it gets better. The Russians now have been outed is trying to influence Hillary Clinton to get lobbying operation up against her. Who was the head of the Skoko project? The head of the skulk of project was a man named Victor vex Oberg. Victor vex Oberg is company Renova had donated between fifty and one hundred thousand dollars to the Clinton foundation. Vaccine Berg read this. They wanna find this is important. Yeah. This is great. This is from a Washington Examiner piece, so Victor Rexel Berg and ally of Putin who is the president of the Skoko foundation. Again, this project designed to steal technology from the United States used in military applications against us Hillary's advocating for it. And the president of it fascinating enough. Watts the meet with Bill Clinton, Mark meadows, solid strong conservative Republican congressman with Carolina now once Jon Huber, the United States attorney assigned to investigate all this to testify up on Capitol Hill a day after my birthday, December fifth. That's why all this is news on bringing this up randomly that broke yesterday that stories in the show notes to wet meadows wants to know, what is going on with the investigation to the Clinton foundation. I didn't mean to bury the leap, I'm telling you. I think the government already knows this. I think there's significant progress in a corruption investigation into the Clinton foundation. And that's why Haberman's right net story. There you go Haberman's right in the story to run preemptive interference in his. Joe said poisoned a well right now, here's what they're hiding. Hillary has this dealings with skulk VO Invex Oberg from the Washington Examiner beginning in may twenty ten Amitav deci Clinton foundation, employees you acted as a frequently. As onto the State Department on behalf of Bill Clinton asked agency officials if they had any objections to the former presidents plan to meet with a handful of Russian executives on an upcoming swing through the country. A swing where he was paid five hundred thousand dollars by a Russian Bank heavily involved in the Rosatom purchase of uranium one. Oh, hold on. We haven't even got to that yet. Here's the Email from this Clinton foundation employees to the State Department where Hillary's working, by the way. Would state have concerns about William Jefferson Clinton seeing any of these folks uses WJC's initials Desai wrote on may fourteen twenty ten using Clinton's initials. Vecsey Berg's name appeared on the list of Russian businessmen. Oh, oh, here we go after receiving no snow reply Desai S senior members of the Hillary Clinton staff again ten days later for their thoughts on Bill Clinton's proposed meetings on June third twenty ten decides that he informed on the former president urgently needed feedback about what he described as a possible trip to Russia, isn't that special?.

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"amitav" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Preview based on the twenty twelve novel firing point is the action, thriller hunter killer. Gerard Butler stars as US submarine commander? Whose crew is tasked with sneaking into foreign waters to rescue the kidnapped Russian president to try and avoid World War three Gary Oldman common Linda Cartolini and Toby Stevens also star Rohan Atkinson returns in Johnny English strikes. Again, the third film in the series, British intelligence faces a crisis when hackers expose all of the agencies undercover agents, and the title character is forced to come out of retirement to find out who is responsible and try to minimize the damage this action comedy also stars. Ben Miller Olga Korolenko Jake lacy and Amitav. Still in theaters are Halloween. A star is born venom goosebumps to haunted Halloween, and I man, plus they hate you. Give small foot night school bad times at the El royale and the old man and the God. And that's your weekend box. Office preview on iheartradio. Three two one. Oh, no. Which? When every second counts, you can't wing it. The guy's a little help up here in a home fire. You may have less than two minutes to get out. So make a family home fire escape plan, then practice home fire drills at least twice a year. So everyone knows what to do when they hear. Prepare your family at ready dot gov slash fire drill. Brought to you by FEMA the Ad Council and make safe happen. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey, fellow sports fans at sandy west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start way back in eighteen fifty seven where the world's first soccer club or football club. Sheffield f c is founded in England this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one the Green Bay Packers played their first NFL game a seven six win over the Minneapolis marines this week in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine NBC becomes the first network to televise a pro football game. The Brooklyn Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Eagles twenty three to fourteen at Brooklyn's Ebbets field this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty six ice hockey legend, Bobby ORR, scores his first career goal against the Montreal Canadians at the time of his retirement. He was the leading defensemen in league history with two hundred seventy goals this week in nineteen sixty seven the New Jersey. Americans who later became the New York end Jersey Nets played their first ABA game and jumping ahead this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety three Joe Carter hits only the second baseball World Series winning home run as the Toronto Blue Jays win game. Six of the World Series to beat the Philadelphia Phillies, four games to two and I can still remember every awful moment..

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"amitav" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Which someone has like a forty seven year old woman. I feel like I've been repeating myself on morning, but someone who is as old as she is who is a smartest. She is who has lived in this country for as long as she is should know that black face, always bad know, Amitav minstrel show. She liked taught herself. And when she apologized the audience gave her a standing ovation. We're like applauding her ignorance. And like, oh, the fact that she finally learned when she was forty seven whatever she's fired. What sucks is that Meghan? Kelly is going to be fine. Megan Kelly is going to get a book deal Meghan Kelly has to get paid out on the remains of a million dollars. She's a seventy millionaire they have to pay. According to the reports the early reports that we've seen making Kelly still has to be compensated for everything they haven't paid her yet. And I saw this Daily Mail got the pettiest angriest NBC executive to talk to them anonymously an NBC executive knowledge of the situation tells Daily Mail, quote, Meghan Kelly is done. She is not ever coming back. We are just working out timing of the announcement. But Mark my words she is gone, and we'll never be seen on NBC live. Again, the source. Then added quote, here's the worst part. Her deal is a non break deal. So she walks away with all that money gusting. I mean, it's disgusting and heads should roll. Here because of it but heads won't roll. No part of me may well heart of me is like it's. Part of me is like it's really funny that she doesn't have to do our job and get seventy million dollars. But also part of me is like these exempts were waiting for any excuse to fire her for her own fault. Like seventy million dollars is drop in a bucket to them. They're not worried that's not their budget. You know, like they're just like how do we get? This woman off TV we don't want to make this show anymore. So it's kind of a win win. Unfortunately, she doesn't lose. I mean, she's already she's been through the wringer in terms of like she now people are like men, Kelly, racists like what's going on here. But honestly, like she gets away with with murder getting this money, and then they get to get her gone. It's kind of this weird. Like, no thing, you know. I hope she learns. I mean who even she's not getting a show again. She's not going to learn you. Don't learn she's not gonna learn. Let's let's move on. Okay. Lindsay. I'm beside myself. What happened did you know that less than two percent of pets in the United States have medical insurance? So that is a no no, you gotta have insurance for your pets. They'll bankrupt. You those I notes an unexpected Bill can cost thousands. I recently had a scare add to take one of my cats the vet. And I was like so nervous at something was going to go wrong because I didn't have insurance. And I was like oh my God. What's wrong? It turns out. He just ate a plant that he wasn't supposed to eat. Any Barth it up? Literally, a cat could do anything and just die. I'm sorry. Okay. Trigger? Okay. Don't say that likes. But yet, it's very scary. You're right. Literally, a cat could do anything and just die. It's very scary. But fortunately trupanion exists. They are medical insurance that helps protect your pet and your finances. So if you're picking sicker injured troops pay up to ninety percent of the Bill, which is huge they can even pay your bet directly..

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"amitav" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on Eating For Free

"He was a billion dollar whale quote, unquote according to the new book, billion dollar whale who fooled Wall Street Hollywood and the world. Wall Street Journal, reporter's, Tom Wright and Bradley. Hope authors just say, no. So I don't know. I said that I was one-sentence having a really hard time getting information out today. So there is a man who name whose name is Joe low. He's from Malaysia. He's a graduate of Warton university and was best known for his love of partying with movie actors. Specifically, Leonardo DiCaprio, Miranda, Kerr, people like that. If you Titian he's dropped over the last couple like the last couple years in decade thousand hundreds of thousands on the regular ever year. If not in the millions to impress starlets like Paris Hilton. Lindsay Lohan Miranda Kerr as well as parlance as in casino in nightclub operators where people like him are referred to as Wales. He likes socializes with all the like there's like the top ten, the Las Vegas socialites Gamba deal young money like he's known as well. I mean girl those people in Vegas was people who like think about that. Those people that actually buy in five hundred k. for like a one poker game. Like what even is that culture layaway now just thinking about him. So he was followed around by. The Justice department, and then these people that wrote this book because they start to notice that his purchases. We're getting more extravagant and he's like access to big celebrities kept growing. And so it kind of started when he bought a thirty five million dollar private jet equity and music labels. EMI masterpieces by boss Kiat Monet and Van Gogh and two hundred fifty million dollars super yacht. A penthouse in New York's Time Warner center and the Beverly Hills hotel. Vince ROY Amitav rent about the fifty million Lindahl yacht. Yeah. Yeah. About them. He basically was making these like increasingly insane purchases. And then somebody's lying Justice department. Notice that as he spent more and more that celebrities that surrounded him grew in, like stature, and so it eventually came out that it was this like elaborate scheme set up by a foreign trust. That's main goal was to buy access into Hollywood. No, it's so smart. Am I gonna they had. He's from family millions in, I'm paraphrasing. But what they do is they had move here and start all these like insane projects and like the one girl that we talked about where she's like, I'm working on this project need funding for it. And then she then she gets to the other objects and it's always this money, and then you meet the money people that Guinness gold, but like to keep the money moving, why not use a large company to fund a private persons life when it's actually quote unquote, look an experiment or business ventures. So socio also, evil was a noticed when he helped Leonardo DiCaprio fund the wolf of Wall Street through a subsidiary bed, granite pictures. Ironic with the kind of money Lois throwing around. He was well past living the lifestyle of the rich and famous and the moment everything begin to fall apart. He was in talks to do big deals, like buying a stake in Tom Ford. Like the entire fashion empire known as Tom Ford. He was literally like they were sitting down at the table with this man. I mean, that's good..

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"amitav" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

5 live Boxing with Costello

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

"Robinson versus turpin journalist and broadcaster will forty years with london evening news which so two million dollars would you believe in evening paper not fully determine family and particularly randolph during amitav careers when it came to ray robinson turbine that was the big time on don't measure things with today's standards maybe england in the world cup final us these measure up to it but it really was massive were leisure sports right after the war were at the height and there wasn't the competition then for headlines there is today on the sports page back in nineteen fifty one and i speak here for the united states it was basically baseball boxing and in its season football and that was mainly college football the rest of it wasn't the big sport that it is today so boxing by definition was a major major sport over here fulling the second world war years i mean there was rationing loan after the war ended and really times haunt in this sense you ready wasn and to come up with them we could be part of in a way it was bringing the soda the national ferber was coming back in britain of one summit or i may win something that i think that's what create is such a draw yes it was right roman some ninety but allocated the underdog if it's such a natural to happen what it did for the public large which temendous the time i mean people would start and talk in the street total strangers what do you think of the fight tonight tomorrow night whenever it was you know it was only re bodies lips some of the promotes us today would love to like put on the drawing card like that i'm not sure they can any more the british fight coming tator reg gutteridge in the american boxing historian but suga to the game's most respected observers united in admiration for the man born walker smith junior who changed his name and his sport sugary robinson was i think the most flawless boxer i've ever seen knowing no seems everything he did was fluid his offenses defense i even saw him deliver a knockout punch going backwards which is one heck of a lot of leverage the man had every tool at his disposal and used them properly when he walked into a room people would don't appl but they don't stare an unsmiling bound things he was like a plant clark gay bolivia state he just says some immense presence about him you know i don't think it would be another flight to lock him away muhammad ali his credit always says always shall i could have been a big right robinson not says don't doesn't that robinson was the greatest pound for pound meaning that i measure whose every week find the same style he's agreed out of the yes ma'am was beautiful time in speed reflexes rhythm everything was beautiful if you all these great american no trainers angelo done dis and the eddie futch is only people who's the best fighter voteon lewis say the same thing will there was sugar ray robinson and then they were the authors randolph turpin was born and brought up in the english midlands and became known as the lymington liquor his guyanese father died when randolph was barely twelve months old the hurricane to rely heavily on his older brother jackie who's now seventy six and the only surviving member of randolph's immediate family a litter box in once he started everything he did was books in box inbox ten prayer before he did an.

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"amitav" Discussed on Talking Machines

Talking Machines

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on Talking Machines

"You are listening to talking machines i'm katherine gorman neil lawrence and today i wanted to talk about something that feels like a big shift in terms of community issues nips is changing its name will is it a don't know if it is snake change has been mooted is the situation think house come up i think in the community that nips is perhaps not the best term for encouraging diversity it's a racial slur and is also short for an amitav ical aspect of the body nipples we should just call the conference nipples we just i know i mean okay i think i actually the thing walls that you know the original site the dot com is not say you wanna go to and every time i used to attend to conference when i was in sheffield one of the administrators would giggle so what was interesting to be is that there are parts of the community and that makes them feel uncomfortable and i think mm the booted name changes as result to see how keep that feeling runs and whether name should be considered we should say a couple of weeks ago nips dot c c which is the the official website for the nips conference put up a little statement that says nips name change and it says in the context of diversity issues the nips executive board is currently discussing the possibility of changing the name of the nips conference we have formed a committee to examine all aspects of this question and at the end of may after the nips emission deadline we will ask the whole nips community for input and suggestions for potential new name please be patient until then so we have this public opening to to the question right like we're we're talking about it now so and i on the executive committee so i have to be careful not to reveal that but i mean from a personal perspective i just was very interested in the debate and see the pros and cons i mean qalilya is a big change things don't normally change the name i mean there is precedent for it i didn't know if people know jogye used to be called swift side causal ss and it was suddenly seems appropriate to change the name from saudi became s jagua and then it just became jagua now this is clearly not that extreme but i think when a community is being asked to look at diversity and there are issues like this raise i think it's only responsible to do so i don't think personally how to strong opinion either way because i wasn't necessarily one of those of have not faked it i'm i'm like i'm like non diverse personally i mean we're all personally non diverse but i'm not i don't think my presence at nips is like particularly adding to diversity unless less we think told british people is the underrepresented minority so you have been that situation i'm always interested in hearing what opinions i know this sunday counterarguments in terms of you know you're changing the branding it's been there long time it's etcetera i think there's a sense in some people feel politically correctness gone mad and then there's arguments that i sort of well you know if this is making a significant like bush of potential didn't feel uncomfortable and i i think a colleague mention that quite often in the media it's it's listed as the unfortunately named nips you know i definitely wouldn't have triggered the debate myself i think it's great we're having the debate i love hearing other people's opinions and you know this really important members of our community that feels strongly about this i don't feel a right to feel strongly about it in the opposite direction myself some some apparently do but i hope it can be sort of understood that you know this is about making as many people feel comfortable with tending which is an open conference to encourage the bay and we want the full diversity of of us and maybe it makes it hard when you have that debate somewhat in the open but if we all just went to decide in you name to hind close rooms as well as close rooms closed doors smokefilled close tools i don't think anyone smokes in just don't.

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"amitav" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on KQED Radio

"York for member station w s h u charles lane reports winning the triple count is hard thirteen horses have done it and justify became a sensation because of his impressive size his calm and dominating presence and his ability to overcome inexperience he looked ready his jockey mike smith says he felt calm almost too calm but out of the gate he took off fast and gave his training cruise i'm worried that he would run out of stamina before the finish line but he never did he led wiretowire to the united kingdom where more than a thousand people have been recognized in the queen's birthday honours list from london alice fordham reports on the new titles list dishes out a variety of owners some people got a title like the actor amitav known for movies including love actually and sense and sensibility she is now dame emma thompson another damehood went to the classicist professor mary bed of cambridge university a prolific author and public intellectual other people get letters after their name like benefits patrick a multi medal winner at the winter paralympics she can now put b e for a member of the british empire after her name many good citizens will also recognized including repel who is one hundred and three and has been volunteering in her community since she was six for npr news i'm alice forum in london tana's just a couple of hours away from the french open men's final ravi on a doll playing dominic tam rain is under the forecast so the match could be disrupted i'm trial snyder npr news from washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include doris duke charitable foundation whose grant making initiative the building bridges program supports efforts to increase the being of us communities by eliminating the many identities and experiences of muslim populations.

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"amitav" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Eight eight two if you want to be on the program the email address elrushbo at eib net dot us you wanna hear a weird story trump's ex dr his former personal physician that longhaired maggotinfested looking guy what's his name bornstein what is his name i think it's i'm not sure is named i think that's anywhere this guy is saying his office was raided by trump's bodyguard and top lawyer in cnn can't keep their pants up over this cnn is going bonkers nbc broke the story everybody's running their version of it now i'll trump's doctor sat on this for a long time and this doctor is estranged from trump this doctor has not treated trump in years but he was at one time trump's personal lawyer and the information he provided at one point showed trump to be in perfect health now herald bornstein is is trump's exeter and when he says that that it was keith schiller trump's bodyguard keith schiller was fired shortly after komi was fired keith schiller was the former new york cop if you remember during the campaign this guy was the first off the plane everybody thought he was secret service he was trump's personal bodyguard been with trump for a long time and he was always on stage was just never more than five steps away from trump burke cut gray just a mountain of a guy you had you look at this guy and you knew that he was solid steel bodyguard anyway keith schiller was given the letter to james comey announcing it was fired and told to deliver it to calm his home which he did but komi was not home he was in los angeles in fact soon to get on the airplane they come back to washington he was an la fbi office meeting when he got the news on tv that he had been fired shortly after that schiller was no more i don't know why don't know what precipitated it but this doctor is claiming that schiller amitav lawyer rated his office and took with them trump's medical records well schiller hasn't been around for over a year now so i don't know when this supposedly happened but you get used to drive is going absolutely a over it for for all of the predictable reasons will there must have been something in there that trump.

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"amitav" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"I dunno we'll find out tomorrow in the mic glenn an era starts against the defending champion falcons so not look to a lot of bears fans in that way one person at said one positive thing about their quarterback situation i mean that is like the biggest mystery on this theme forget about all the other stuff you hit on the knows he had a lot of players who played last year on a new guys that learned and quickly with thrown into the lion's den in game out would something at least but i would say you're right and if they win one five six at top five this is an amazing stat in would be in amazing improvements just to get there but i will not put the packers at thirteen wins the way you right i i put around eleven at that point because you get minnesota i think they could lose both to minnesota because they are incredible team and what you have in detroit is a mystery so if they split that run well don't forget the packers have to cross over to the nfc south the best of these yes in the nfc by far all four nfc south teams should finish five untrimmed or gone agency at least two if not three teams from the nfc south in the playoffs seal so i agree with he adds eleven wins for the packard cents when i think thirteen too many leads at center rudy at the crossover in play amitav aim the start season lounis at home tomorrow against seattle on that's all it's tough matchup for green bay and in terms of the bears i look i i think they're gonna let's attempts and when i do say clearly see they're not going to serve winning games until second half of the look at their skin from the first half a start with a lanna tampa bay pittsburgh at green bay while there should be only four after four weeks and you'll hear the calls for trubisky that i don't see trubisky plane sown till after the pie which ironically would be eight games for each beat for glennon i i think the pair of their their little wanted seven in the first half and then the wind about fight games which this is not short change sanchez as much as i dislike him personally xlaet think he's the best one out there right now and fox as an alltime school guy he might.

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"amitav" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The bbc world service with me paul henley coming up the acclaimed indian novelist amitav goche talks about the latest floods in mumbai and the city's failure to deal with them beaten japan windows an earthquake everybody knew what do you mean their windows afloat nobody knows what to do so for example in now in we'll might this time round all or there won't be even proper warnings that's coming up a bit later in the program now as usual we have to guests here for the rest of the program to give their personal perspective on the news and issues we discussed today i'm pleased to say it on joined by jane kinen montoux senior research fellow of the middle east and north africa program at the royal institute of international affairs which is otherwise known as the think tank chatham house here in london and steered po this is a broadcaster author and former editor of it end one of britain's leading news networks welcome back both at stewards u b been witnessing the women's euros football championships this summer in a founded in uplifting of uplifting process right yes i follow number of clubs around europe for male football matches book was really impressed with the euro women's tournament which was held in holland it helped the dutch team won the competition but actually what really struck me was the competitiveness without the convoy of more you might call a nasty age which lemail football has already thought that women showed men who it could be a truly beautiful gang is it about to break into the mainstream if it hasn't already each become much more professionalised in most european countries but of course measured by crowds and by television exposure it's it's nowhere near as big as men's football but it's getting bigger all the time tell us what's been infusing you work wise this summer jiang when i this being.

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"amitav" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is an emergency room nurse who works at orange regional medical center in middletown new york this more yesterday she spoke wnyc from the airport minutes before boarding a plane to texas with a group organized by new jersey hospital association she's taking off time to uh she taking time off rather to to volunteer granted fish and knowing that gardner had been working confidently prior to the hurricane even head and they haven't been able to go home hitter on family forever if you're not taken on our own home i can't imagine dean says she's never volunteered on something like this before but she's feels she has to go to help we'll see good deal of sunshine today with highs around seventy clouds tonight right now 56 degrees hello and welcome to newshour from the bbc world service coming to live from london on james tomorrow salvi today as kenya supreme court overturned the result of last month's presidential election we'll hear from prominent supporters of the man who thought he'd won the manning thought he'd lost also the acclaimed indian novelist amitav ghost talks about the latest floods in mumbai and the indian cities failure to deal with the beaten japan windows in our quick everybody knows what to do in india their windows flag nobody knows what to do so for example live in well my this tangle around all or there won't be proper warnings and will hear from a family reunited after fleeing the war in syria we begin though oh in kenya and an unprecedented legal judgment which could have wide reaching implications not just for the country but for the entire african continent can use of gun used to their presidential election results being disputed by the opposition and so it was this year when the defeated main opposition candidate rilo dhingra said that the announced victory of the incumbent to who can yasser in last month's vote was flawed and should not be validated and sixteen people were reportedly killed in protests which followed the result but what kenyans have not seen before is what happened today the supreme court agreeing with the opposition's assessment declaring the august vote null and void and calling for another election in sixty days time the ruling based on the conclusion of four of the six judges was read out by the courts chief justice david maraga a decoration is hit by issued that the presidential election held on eight august two and seventeen was not conducted.

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"amitav" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome to the eu's out from the bbc world service signed james tomorrow saami today a first for africare is kenya's supreme court overturned the result of last month's presidential election and calls for a rerun within two months for the defeated candidates raila odinga celebration president that do ruling very very calm from the presumed winner who hurricane yaitah grudging acceptance personally disagree with the ruling that has been made but i respect we'll have analysis of a decision with profound implications for the country and the continent also the un says the number of roe hinge muslims fleeing to bangladesh to escape the violence in myanmar has risen to almost forty thousand and we speak to the usbased indian novelist amitav goche about climate change and coping with future floods all of that after the news hello i marian marsha with the bbc needs kenya's president who can yaitah as he disagrees with a supreme court ruling that declared the recent presidential poll null and void because of irregularities but said he would respect the decision is can yet a quarter kenyans to do the same and remain calm he said he was ready to go to the polls again i personally disagree with the ruling that has been made to jewish but i restricted as much as i disagree with it i respect i disagree with it because as i have said millions of kenyans q made their choice and six people have decided that they will go against the will of the people and you presidential election must be held within sixty days this is the first time in african history that the opposition has successfully challenged the presidential poll result through the courts that been celebration to the opposition camp the leader of the main opposition alliance set alleged irregularities and said members of the electoral commission had committed a monstrous crime against the people of kenya told me a letter perry nairobi told us what irregularities the court had found a lot of the irregularities mentioned was similar to what the opposition party had flagged up which had to do with transparency of the vote tallying as the vote numbers were coming in there was supposed to be accompanying forms or documents that were to verify these numbers and these were not being revealed and that's what the court now says invalidates the vote the chairman of the electoral commission fuller chebba cotti and.

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"amitav" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And i was walking back to my room and the university when i look for martial older and suddenly i saw this sort of strange sort of finger extracting from a cloud it was coming within down directly at me you know other people was sort of huddling against our door under mourning the loss dora remember there wouldn't be much shelter for me that so i hung around the corner managed to find the little balcony to shelter under it was a tornado people have been thought through the door many had been therapy her i think dozens were killed and it was a disaster seemed like i've never oversee thorough lead who is strong the only tornado in the recorded history of daily and i happen to be there on that road day just the butler and that is a true story about the storm that nearly killed amitav ghosh think of all the great novels the world would have messed see of poppies glass palace the goche has been thinking about that storm lightly and about all the other weird freakish whenever seeing because he's trying to figure out how to write about climate change as a novelist he makes the case for climate as a crisis of imagination in his new book the great derangement climate change and the unthinkable steve paulsen talked with him so when you look back at that experience all those years ago what do you make of it well it's a very strange thing after that for many years i did try to right about that experience and are you know i'm a novelist are novelists liked to put stuff like this than their books and i've often tried but threat yet i was never able to do it as simply because the very on in light came as the bizarreness of the experience the very improbability of it was such that it was a really impossible to put from abukar mmhmm snow are how'd you write the novel which has its own conventions of.

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"amitav" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"amitav" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The nuclear threat from north korea on monday the president will write his trade representative to consider opening an investigation into whether china unfairly presses us companies to surrender innovative technologies and other proprietary information american companies have long complained that china forces them to share their intellectual property as a condition of doing business in that country aides say if an investigation is lost any remedies could be at least a year away administration officials downplayed any link between the trade action and us efforts to enlist china's help in putting the brakes on north korea's nuclear and missile programmes but trump himself has said china's cooperation with north korea could lead to more favorable trading terms scott horsely npr news washington joint chiefs of staff chairman general josep dunford is travelling in asia he is due to meet tomorrow was south korea's president and prommoting ten this is npr news los angeles has taken a key step towards landing the twenty twenty eight olympics with the city council signing off on hosting the games even before having a budget in place daniel carson reports of the city was rushing to meet the international olympic committee's august 18th deadline to sign the agreement the core contract requires the host cities to pay up if spending goes over budget the way it did in athens and rio de janeiro but la officials say the city already has stadiums and arenas ninetime goldmedal winner carl lewis sees the games intrinsic benefits the olympic games in just about a community in just about an event it's about a whole city that gives conspire to do things more than themselves corporate sponsorships ticket sales and other revenue sources are expected to pay for a big chunk of the costs that critics still say signing off in a multi billiondollar undertaking so far in advance his reckless the city doesn't know what it's economic circumstances will be eleven years from now for np pr news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california those years men's four by one hundred meter relay at the world athletics championships in london will likely be remembered for the way jamaican star you seen bolt was forced to end his career bold crumpled to the track with an injury to his left leg as he was chasing a final gold medal at metal ended up going to britain the us won silver at the pga championship the last major golf tournament of the.

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