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"amrullah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"amrullah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our studios in central London. We begin today with Afghanistan and overnight there has been what appears to be a significant development. The Panjshir Valley in the Northeast was the only part of the country not in the hands of the Taliban, and they now say it has fallen to them. The resistance to the Taliban. There is being led by Ahmed Massoud, the son of the legendary guerilla leader Ahmed Shah Massoud and the man who till a few weeks ago was the vice president of Afghanistan. Amrullah Salih. A spokesman for the Taliban. Zabihullah Mujaheed, says resistance in the punch of Ali has now been defeated and that both those leaders Mr Massoud and Amrullah Saleh, are reported to be in neighbouring Tajikistan. Speaking at a news conference in the Afghan capital, Kabul, a spokesman said the Taliban were in full control of the province. And here 100 letters, fears who depends. We have captured pan share with the will of God. The local leaders and religious elders have been coordinating with us. And our operations went ahead with their help. Some of those who are still wanting to fight are missing at the moment. We are trying to tell them that if they want to join a normal life They are welcome to Afghanistan. Is their home. Are the leaders of the Resistance movement deny those Taliban claims that they've been defeated. And in the past few hours amid Massoud has posted a 20 minute audio recording on social media. Was a beloved, initiate on the regime. Rahmani Rahim Allah in L, a hero of your own. Shahadat and Vatanen with president honest, he said. In the recording, Massoud vows to continue the fight against the Taliban, and he calls on the people of Afghanistan to rise and take part in what he calls a national uprising for the dignity. Freedom and prosperity of our country. He also speaks of those who were lost in that battle. Let's go to Kabul and speak first to our correspondent. Second Kamani, So just tell us first. What we know about what's happened overnight in Pan Shia. Look for a number of days. Now we've had competing claims about who is in control of punch here from both the Taliban and the fighters. They're calling themselves the National Resistance front. At one point we even heard a few days ago, Taliban fighters launching heavy gunfire into the air in celebration, thinking that bunch he had fallen. That was not the case, but today feels different. We've had this announcement by the official spokesman of the Taliban's W and my jacket. We've also seen videos emerged from the provincial capital of fun, She borrows a rock. Where Taliban members were hoisting their black and white flag above government buildings. So whilst these resistance forces say that they still have a presence in punch here, and that cannot be entirely ruled out, it does seem as if the Taliban are now in firm control over all of the province. And what more can you tell us about the formation of a government by the Taliban? Because we have been waiting for some days. Yes, that's right. It's been more than three weeks since the Taliban to control of Kabul and they're yet to establish a new government. We were initially told they would wait until American forces had left that happened on the 31st of August. We were then told them that they were going to wait until perhaps the situation Panshir had been resolved. That now has been resolved according to the dog one at least, um, but it still appears that there might be some delays. One source telling me we could get an announcement on Friday. But this situation is a bit fluid. Everyone in Afghanistan I think at the moment feels in a bit of a state of limbo because until a new government is now it's no one knows exactly what life under the Taliban is gonna look like. Taking. The Kamani correspondent in Kabul also has been our correspondent in Pakistan, Sir can stay with us. Let's turn now to relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan in connection with Pan Shia. The two countries share a unique relationship separated by 2570 kilometer border. There are religious, cultural and ethnic connections between the two countries for many decades, experts, academics and human rights organizations. Have pointed to the support given by Pakistan to the Taliban. Pakistan officially denies this A short time ago, we got through to the special adviser to Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan. His name is Ralph Hassan. What does he make of the latest news? Information, which has filtered into says that the Taliban have raised their flag on the provincial capital Secretariat building, and this happened possibly 7 20 this morning Afghan time, which is about 7 50 Pakistan time They are claiming complete control over the punch it really it's quite clear that the resistance forces of Ahmed Massoud are still saying that they are continuing. To fight. What can you tell us about the involvement of Pakistan in the fight against the resistance on the side of the Taliban? Pakistan is not involved in any fight against anyone in Afghanistan and should never be that is not ever approach. That is not our policy. Why should we be involved in anything which is internal to Afghanistan? It may not be your policy and you are being quite categorical about it. But Ahmed Massoud, who is of course, leading the resistance forces in pan share, has tweeted that the Pakistani army are leading the Taliban in the fight against the resistance forces. He said that Pakistan had directly attacked Afghans in pan share and the international community had watched silently. This is absolutely preposterous. Nothing could be more preposterous than this. You want me to accept a tweet? Which Mr Amateur Matsuda Sentinel when he himself is not even in the Pakistan according to our information is out of Afghanistan already. He left about four years ago. This is a known reality. What evidence? Do you have that he is no longer in Afghanistan. What represents? Does he have to tweet like that? What evidence did he have to implicate Pakistan in that fight? The evidence that he is quoting is connected to drones that were being used drones provided by the Pakistani Air Force. Disastrous past us. Absolutely preposterous. They are totally material development. They have no credibility at all. Let me just ask you about the presence in Kabul of the Lieutenant General Face Hamid, Who is the head of the Inter Services Intelligence, The ISI of Pakistan. He has arrived in Kabul. Can you confirm that for us? He was invited by the Taliban leadership. So he went there and he went there for what purpose. Many people are suggesting that the reason he is in Kabul is that he is overseeing. The Pakistani air force involvement in helping the Taliban in pan share. I responded to that question. I don't have to repeat it..

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"amrullah" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"amrullah" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Win. They're on fox. Yeah but you know. Fox has to do a little bit more of advertising during the weeks to. I think that that's that's a problem. They just assume everyone knows. Sunday's nascar day and i you know if bites him in the ass most times Surprise finishers in this one eric. L. merola his first top ten of the year finely and it wasn't like matthew benedetto that will talk about in the minute. Where deebo was you know knocking on the door. The top ten the past three or four weeks amrullah has been just lost man. I mean his. It's only the second time this year. He's had a finish better than seventeenth. It's kind of weird. It's weird to think considering like a last year kind of dropped off a little too a little bit at the end. Yeah yeah but like two years ago it was just the guy who supposed to be the next big thing at stewart haas and now it's kinda just like oh who's gonna take his spot when he When he inevitably gets the boot with smithfield. Yeah that that's what of comes down to. It's a sponsor and so you know danika. We talked about this like a month ago or so where she was kinda trying to throw us. Hr under the bus a little. Apparently not enough. Because tony still invited her to do his series. But saying you know. Hey the sponsor went away and they were like you're done and all i had said was you guys are big. Companies should be able to find a sponsor. Guess what that car that. Of course erica more less than inherited. It's going to be a same exact deal for him so it has nothing to do with danika. That's just how they run that car. If smithfield walks on world is going to be out of a gig exactly. Yeah and he's going to have a gig so long as smithfield wants them in the cart. Thank another big deal exactly And then matt dependent that oh finishes ninth. So he finally gets his first top ten of the air He got a little bit of help from the ryan newman. Rick was the early wreck earlier wreck and that was during a pit cycle that kind of pushed him up toward the front but then he stayed there and he didn't have a bad starting spot but he stayed there in the top. Ten the rest of the race finished ninth And he had been knocking on the door so this is kind of allegation for him that he is able to continue that momentum that he started last year and he needs it because like we were talking about last week or the week before you know. He's like a one year deal guy so if he can't put up the results he's gonna be out of a ride to the downside is now they go to talladega where this momentum can get lost easily. So it's not like you can go to. You can go and try to build off of that because he's going to this kind of wildcard track. Yeah yeah it would be better for him if they were headed straight to kansas to be exactly or darlington or dover anyone or any one of those really so but at least he gets his first top ten. And then austin. Dillon finished tenth. His third top ten a year his first since atlanta the other one was back in daytona so israeli only had to like non-pleased race top ten this year and i realize i realize when i say that that they're not really play races anymore but it's easier to superspeedway these play tracks or superspeedway still with language people exactly so and there were no fights where or any fights in the xfinity service. This this says. I want to say that It's kind of heartbreaking for denny on the second this it's pit crew is just baller all week all weekend. Long about sub sub twelve stops towards the end. They're getting them up front. And then just the ill-timed caution well and then. You know bowman heartbreaking. Since i picked him in this damn race exactly. I you know i completely forgot who the hell i picked. Then kyle busch dropped back in a big way. But the top ten yeah. He had a problem though he He made a mistake going into the pits and that seems to be the story of his like last year and a half is just weird mistakes at the wrong time have kinda screwed him up and yeah he he totally overcooked going into the pits and hit the commit cone or the commit box. I guess you can call it but yeah you know at the end of the race. I was like it's really cool. That alex bowman one in all. But god dammit. I picked denny and he should have won this thing and he didn't. I was so pissed off at the shame arts. Let's move on into a little bit of nascar news and after that win. Unsurprisingly when a hendrick motorsports was asked about alex bowman's contract status for the future they said. Hey he's we're talking to them already. We're working on a contract extension and a win usually helps move that thing along a little bit more quickly. That's got. I mean you love the character trope and story arc with alex bowman going from crappy. Bk racing to aren d. Maybe completely out of the sport then. Dale jr. gets his concussion. He fills in pretty admirably. Gets the seat after is now running jimmy seat so got to like how how this is going for him and and hey you know if they can get an extension on him. That'd be fantastic to keep them in the family and and just Just for reference in to that it really is a great story. I mean it is genuine. That's why i said i was. I was not upset that alex bowman won this race. I was just pissed off that my.

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Löwenmensch: The First Monster

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

08:20 min | 1 year ago

Löwenmensch: The First Monster

"Back in twenty seventeen. We recorded an episode of stuff to believe my entitled the First Monster and again we ran it in this most recent October over but in the episode we discussed the lion man or the low in inch of which was this. This figure that resembled The was a a human with alliance head hybrid a hybrid being combining animal and human likeness into a single likeness. Yeah now this was This particular killer artifact the mench was discovered in nineteen thirty nine at a stone age cave site known as startled whole or stable cave at Holon Stein near Vogel heard in Germany but it would be another thirty years before anyone got a chance to examine these broken pieces of ivory due to the world wars but eventually thirty years later that's when German archaeologist Johan discovered that these two hundred fragments came together to form a thirty one centimeter centimeter or just over a foot long figure carbon fourteen dated to between thirty five and forty thousand years old. It had the body of a man in the head of the lion. In two thousand and three another lion man was discovered in southwestern Germany this was carbon dated to around the same time period and by by some estimates. Well you know first of all these are amazing just for no other reason. They're just they're just fascinating figures that they give some insight into what ancient people were doing what they were making but also seemed to be the oldest Examples of figurative art. We've seen the Venus of whole fells. Take the title before I think Is from thirty. Five thousand to forty thousand years ago discovered in two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen but while the the Venus is the the depiction of the Feminine Forum and the Law and minch is a human fused with the beast. Yeah and this is what we were drawing attention to the episode. The idea that this is the earliest. I example that we knew about of fantasy art. It is an imagined being yeah as stated by Clive Gamble and archaeologist at the University of Southampton UK UK is quoted in nature quote. They depict an animal world in a semi realistic way. It shows early man moving from his immediate world to an imaginative world. So let's just a brief breakdown of the Lowe and minch certainly go back and listen to that episode that we did if you want more on that topic. But here's the cool thing and in a imagine number of you caught this news already because it was covered a number of places they I even saw it featured on Stephen Colbert show but in December of two thousand nine hundred ninety eight new discovery every was made and it might just blow the lion man and Venus out of the water. This is so cool. Yeah so this story takes us to different. Corners of the world takes us to Sulawesi SC Indonesia one of the four greater sooner islands. And it's actually the world's eleventh largest island I read so we've known about Pleistocene settlements in the the area for quite some time in early Homo sapiens are known to have reached this area between sixty thousand forty five thousand years ago previous studies these from some of the the same archaeologist involved in in this particular fine which is the arch team out of Australia They've revealed prehistoric art and ornaments events. Dating Back Thirty thousand to twenty two thousand years ago in this area and Homo sapiens apparently made it here against some time prior to fifty thousand years ago. So here's how this new finding came about in two thousand seventeen spelunker named Ham Rula climbed into a previously uncharted chamber in Sulawesi. Let's see cave system known as Morose punk cap a limestone cave system in while he was performing a government survey of the case. And if you're wondering ring was Amrullah. His first name last name. Apparently a lot of people in Indonesia just go by one name yet. It's just Just the one name anyway. He he gets. He crawls through a narrow space into at this New Chamber and he discovers cave paintings in the cave paintings were subsequently examined and written about by Aubert at all in earliest hunting scene in prehistoric historic art published December twenty nineteen in nature and again. This is the same arch team out of Australia. Those involved in some previous studies in the area so as the title implies they used some dating technology uranium series dating on Cave Popcorn or mineral deposits that It hanging over some of the motifs in the scene and they were able to date this hunting seeing back to at least forty three thousand nine hundred years ago so that it is twenty thousand years older than the hunting scene on the walls of Francis Lescoe cavs and coming back to the low and mench. That's also four thousand years before the lion man and I realized we're talking about such kind of ironic that we're talking about such big periods of time and there's a large portions of human history that it can also make four thousand years not seem like a lot right which is which is bizarre but obviously four thousand years is a lot of time and to to set the record back. Four thousand years is amazing. So here's an important caveat though there's more work to do as they need to date not just the the work overall looking at the cave popcorn but each figure individually before we can be one hundred percent certain in all of this because there's ultimately the possibility that different portions Sion's of it have been added at different times. Yes now the main archaeologists requoted thing they don't think that's the case but yeah we certainly should date the different parts. I think the the parts that had been that have been dated so far are just the regular animals but the more interesting part. Let's get into that. So yes the overall it depicts what seemed to be individuals using spears against prey animals in a hunt and this would be an on its own with being amazing fine right it would. It would predate any hunting scene gene. We've seen before. But on top of this some of the hunters appear to be what the researchers refer to is theory th- ropes or animal human hybrids as much like the low and Mitch. Yeah some of the humans appear to have tales or snouts right so if this is correct if the Now again and the parts that have been dated already were overlapping. Just the animals that were being hunted buffalo type creatures and pigs. Yeah wild pigs and then a type of buffalo called an no which is also known as a midget buffalo so like a water buffalo except smaller okay And so I think they haven't dated the other figures like the the the theory and throw are the human animal hybrids Yet but it looks like they're probably from the same period we're just not certain about that. Yeah but but if so this would this would probably predate the low and mench making this the earliest evidence. We have of fantastical thinking of like magic thinking among among humans showing human animal hybrids like a human hunting buffalo with a bird's beak. Yeah very cool. Yeah and it's it's we get into it in that that episode about the first monster about what this means right like what what ultimately does it mean to have in your mind. A human with a beast's head on one hand it is imagining something that does not exist in the real world and but then on a deeper level it is taking what this means. What does a bird mean? What are the the ideas that that Just a mere symbol of a bird summons and our DEA two of a human being what happens when these This mix of symbols and meanings collide. What new ideas are born out of that collision absolutely so it? It basically shows that that people from this time period period of four thousand years earlier than we thought may have been dealing with this kind of complex thinking mashing up symbols ideas and concepts concepts even taking aching on a humanoid form. Becky Ferrara wrote an excellent piece on this for the New York Times and she points out in this that the researchers believe that these as may have been animal. Spirit helpers something that's commonly find his shamanistic beliefs so yeah there's a possibility that we're dealing with animism animism and shamanism

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"amrullah" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on PRI's The World

"A person to the ass no the circumstances that have been in but also person listen to are willing to come together to work cooperatively with each other by sharing and caring on acts of kindness to build. We bill better island a better country well. He seems super positive cave on i mean is that really the feeling you get get from most of the people i can experts. You've spoken with in miami because some of the stories from the bahamas right now are just gut wrenching well. Many people have that impetus at comes from trying to help. Of course it's one thing being outside in another being on the island not knowing what your immediate and long-term term fate will be but there is a good feeling and there's there's a lot of people who are looking to help and there's a machinery that has been set up and other relief efforts verts. Perhaps maria puerto rico irma that is kicking into action again the part of miami where you're coconut grove. I did not realize this deep connection to the bahamas thomas. What what is the history well. There were many bahamian immigrants that were brought in to build the city of miami. The neighborhood is within walking distance of miami city hall and the priests of the church. Jonathan archer was previously stationed in the bahamas and now he's the head of the epicenter of the organization for the help to the bahamians manson and so it hits home for him. Our church is a church of husband. Amen heritage it was founded by bahamians and many of the congregants are behaving in some third and fourth generation and they have family in the bahamas on the response has been wonderful happy. I'm so happy and pleased with the response. The donations are coming in. They will go a long way to help those who are in need miami and coconut grove coming to the aid of the bahamas cave on heydari doing the reporting for us in miami cave on. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you marco in afghanistan. The taliban have launched a wave of attacks this week suicide bombers in the the capital kabul leaving a trail of grief elsewhere in the country fullscale military assaults launched by the taliban on several regional capitals dozens dead and all of this taking place as a peace deal was announced in principle monday between the u._s. and the taliban yesterday the afghan the president's running-mate amrullah saleh denounced the deal on a stump speech taliban taliban away really solid called the u._s. taliban and deal a conspiracy. It is not peace. He said it is aimed at the division of afghanistan and we do not accept it nine former u._s. Ambassador have published a memorandum miranda to also share their concerns on the website of the atlantic council. Ryan crocker is one of them. He served as ambassador to both iraq and afghanistan a welcome back to the program ambassador <hes> why are so many afghans like the politician we just heard from. Why are they so concerned. The condition that the taliban set for conversations on a peace agreement years ago now head at the top of the list that they would negotiate only with the united states not with the government of of afghanistan which they considered a puppet regime after refusing to meet that condition for years the trump administration decided early this year that they would accept and that's how the talks have been unfolding sense not between the taliban and the government of afghanistan but between the the united states and the taliban that de legitimize is the afghan government that is why you see statement like this from amrullah solid a sentiment held by millions of afghans and do share the ambassador absolutely i liken this current process in this effort to reach an agreement with the taliban.

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Afghan Peace Deal Stumbles

PRI's The World

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Afghan Peace Deal Stumbles

"In afghanistan. The taliban have launched a wave of attacks this week suicide bombers in the the capital kabul leaving a trail of grief elsewhere in the country fullscale military assaults launched by the taliban on several regional capitals dozens dead and all of this taking place as a peace deal was announced in principle monday between the u._s. and the taliban yesterday the afghan the president's running-mate amrullah saleh denounced the deal on a stump speech taliban taliban away really solid called the u._s. taliban and deal a conspiracy. It is not peace. He said it is aimed at the division of afghanistan and we do not accept it nine former u._s. Ambassador have published a memorandum miranda to also share their concerns on the website of the atlantic council. Ryan crocker is one of them. He served as ambassador to both iraq and afghanistan a welcome back to the program ambassador <hes> why are so many afghans like the politician we just heard from. Why are they so concerned. The condition that the taliban set for conversations on a peace agreement years ago now head at the top of the list that they would negotiate only with the united states not with the government of of afghanistan which they considered a puppet regime after refusing to meet that condition for years the trump administration decided early this year that they would accept and that's how the talks have been unfolding sense not between the taliban and the government of afghanistan but between the the united states and the taliban that de legitimize is the afghan government that is why you see statement like this from amrullah solid a sentiment held by millions of afghans and do share the ambassador absolutely i liken this current process in this effort to reach an agreement with the taliban

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"amrullah" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"I just want to see the car on one build up. I don't want like flashy production. Just the car the actual car not a graphic interpretation eric jones denny hamlin not <hes> not a one shot of the car at the end twenty-seven shots and martin tricks junior. Just wanna see a photo of the car man. We don't need to have these big tweet. The car tweet the car exactly attack. You're good to go <hes> okay <hes> so they're and they're putting down sticky crap on the tribe because the only way the good race anymore <hes> so how many cars are entered in in this one twenty eight thirty eight okay all right so there you go everybody gets participation trophy <hes> and then we get to the beans. Keep the the only good thing on nascar to come. They've subsequently ruined a couple of good ones. I think what do you like the three d. system. The smith the eric amrullah three three d. system car the number ten. Oh sorry sorry to a terrible. Gotta hate that torpedo car of the eighteen. I loathe the zebra car paul menard like that car a whole heck of a lot <hes> nice little twist on. It's got a little wrench there. <hes> the coriolis holy one looks pretty cool this just the justice system yup fear for the week nature valley jif minute rice healthy choice kroger looks like smucker's on their to you always good for the fast start grilling one. Thank god heaven. <hes> fifty-three great seventy seven's gotta sponsored this week good for them proud of that. It's not great but it's proud of them. Yeah somebody the nineteen car car in the xfinity brandon. Jones looks cool. The menards paint scheme looks very not menards like it looks good. It's got the <hes> got a little bit a yellow on the orange and the red and the black ones fancy <hes> and that's. I don't know what you <hes> what you got. <hes> i would like to thank you for phone in the truck series again by the way <hes> <hes> <hes> banger savings bank. I'm gonna put bangor. Savings bank not only because bangor is fun fun to say <hes> but because they know that fifth third's is not a bank. It's that's good glad you know the the crappy thing is that the thirty seven would look good had they not plastered the crap on the side of it it it it reminds me of the of the monkey waltrip caution car caution car yeah a little a little bit like he's got that you're you're. It doesn't look like it but it's got flavor <hes> another one. I like the by the way the twenty one wins for me. Twenty one wins jerem for me <hes> and then <hes>. I think that the seventeen is not bad. Either can like speak grading or carbon fiber one way or the other. It's okay and the fourteenth sorry to animal. I like animals yep. That's it. We got a double zero is is fun too because it just says creek on the side is cree. You say creek or creek a creek. Sorry creek depends on how close you are yeah closure. They said you call it creek. If you live far enough away call it creek if you're living right now. I didn't realize that i didn't realize that <hes> i've i thought that you say creek or crick depending on how far away your wife is in relation to you. There's that too <hes> so <hes> epochs the picks <hes> would you like last week. I picked right rambling. Pick rhino. You pick the carson. That's colors are yen. You picked for chase elliott didn't you. The main and i won the over under to yeah well within so what was the final result from the parker clearing. I thought it was dinger. Let means everything oh. I thought it was perk ligament. It was parker clinger man but he he spun early and i think he finished dead last like poopie..

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"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"With all due respect. Governor. How about we start with a system that doesn't begin with mega donors to your election campaigns being named as regents how about we start with what looks is though it's fraudulent schemes quid pro quo arrangements or impropriety. How about we start there? We've already walked through this in Lubbock and in seen it firsthand the appearance thereof. I'm not going to cast the gavel down on anybody. But how about the whole thing's rotten from the top to the bottom governor about we begin there. And how about you don't ridicule and ostracize publicly good faith citizens who come forward in say. Yeah, it's pay to play on Texas. Border region. So if it's if it's pay the play with the region's, why wouldn't it be paid to play on down the line? And then it's just the way I see it from the high plains of west, Texas. But there is a much larger problem. I would I would love to see the letters that were almost sent back to the governor. That say is much as what I've said here. And the whole thing stinks in the hole. Appointment process in Texas needs to change and not just regions. But with board members of every kind you got to be wealthy. You gotta be rich or he got to be retired in order to do anything in the state. And you know, I'll say that as much for the Lubbock city council. But I don't even want to delve into that this has to be a government that works for all people. And right now, simply is not and governor abbots letter though on some levels commendable is also on many levels laughable because it starts at the top. And it goes from there Steve pair is gonna be calling in momentarily in. We're going to talk about the vet school that the governor says that he is forced St Pierre is on the line. Now when the jump out to him executive editor of Amrullah matter Steve Kerr, how are you? I'm great. How are you? Busy day up in the panhandle. It has been really busy. But it's been a good one. And it looks like it's gonna rain. All this end rain is put will anybody die in a rain event. That's the question. I hope not I hope not is it just going to be rain. Or is it going to be fifty mile an hour winds that come with it? I, you know, I'm meteorologist. But I think it's just rain right now. It's fun. You can be a meteorologist on the radio. I'm on the columnists. I'm a political consultant, I'm a mall sorts of things on the radio, Steve. So you guys this morning with Amrullah matters. First of all tell us what Amrullah matters is. And then tell us what you've rolled out for support of the Texas proposed Texas Tech veterinarian school. Yeah. Emerald matter..

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"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Sorta hill ravage across the morning. Thank you, Ted Mitchell. The right back with the here in just a few moments on the other side of Texas. Oh about the wind yesterday. You know, talk to Mitchell talk about well, you know, it's, you know, the humidity's bad. It was like a hurricane on land without the rain. That's how rough it was in. Have this story here from Amarillo that residents shocked by seventy mile per hour winds how shucked d have to be live here. In March March comes in like a lion and keeps on raven until June or July. The wind was horrible. Today. Said Amrullah resident Michael bridges? This is from ABC seven in Amarillo. I had a rack on top. And I thought man this thing's going to blow off I took her his wife to launch in felt like a roller coaster felt like my Tahoe was literally going to lift up bridges and his family till ABC news ABC seven news wins. These winds were the strongest they have felt blast. Amarillo gusts exceeded seventy miles per hour and sustained winds of forty miles per hour..

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"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Lots of people in that game and lots of car washes. But man, I loved jump in the line and make that truck look great again. And that's what they do race car wash. Listen, I have started a riot. In unintentionally. And let me tell you about that riot in. Then a newer version of it one time, I as, you know, you're socially conservative, economically populist, host in ministry, taking kids down to porter not to Puerto Rico to well, just near Haiti. And we were in Santo Domingo. And we were at a park it was called Hill Park, and we were given food to what were Haitian prostitutes in the Dominican Republic and their children who lived literally lived in a park. And we ran out of food. We ran onto sandwiches. We're on a bus. I had a group of kids we're giving out sandwiches and ran out of food in. So there was a street vendor. There was one street light and underneath that street. Light was a street vendor who had the cart, and I was going to go buy food for the rest of the folks who had not. All ahead on me was my wallet mnay, and I started walking towards it street vendor. Em- people started coming out of the woodwork out of the dark and start approaching me. And then a couple of guys whistled like put two fingers on each crease. In their lips whistled more people began to come. And before I knew it. There were a hundred people around me fighting for position around me in. I just kept on wincing waiting for the first dagger in my back, somebody to get my wallet. And it was at that point that I turned around went back to the bus and barely got on the bus as I recall. We broke a window to get another kid back into the bus in the bus starts rocking with all of these people all the. Sudden hungry and not women, but it was men. And we made our way out. There a scary like level. Tin scary. And a riot began. A Ryan of a different sort. That's been brewing in Texas for some time has erupted on the program and it began on Monday when we aired comments from state Senator out of Amarillo. The last rural Senator killed Selander. And Kelsall eager said that in. This is the bottom of for people who really plugged into this kill Seliger's problem. It wasn't male or female. It was that a staffer had recommended that he contact the Lieutenant governor and let the Lieutenant governor replace him on committees. That was the fundamental problem for kill Seliger mall. The Lieutenant governor who is always in. This is the piece that you're going to see from yours truly in the Lubbock avalanche journal and the Amrullah globe news on Sunday. It was not a matter of if kill Seliger was going to lose his seat is chairmanship. It was a matter of win. Lieutenant governor came in stripped him of the finance committee in which he science sow sat not sought. Sat he was on the finance committee? Then he was on the education committee at the same time. And he was the chair of higher education. He defied the Lieutenant governor in a rural way in a rural populace way, I would argue in the last legislature Lieutenant governor he won't say this kill Seliger will not but it was Lieutenant governor's chiefs strategise, cheap political strategist who ran victory Al they ran a guy out Amarillo, and then the guy the Midland because kill Seliger has the quirkiest district in Texas, renegade out of both places to try to not kill Seliger below fifty percent in the primary. So that he would have to go into a run-off in a lowly attended lowly voted in runoff and kill SOGA being the. Consummate amicable warrior that. He is won't say that Lieutenant governor's hands run it..

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"amrullah" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I also hope that you'll follow me on social at chef Jamie, Gwen on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to and with that said, let's dig in shall we? I always start this show with a tutorial of sorts method or instruction insight to make you the best cook, you know, and creamy parmesan polenta sound scrumptious right about now, doesn't it warm and comforting buttery and delicious really good polenta makes me swoon. Now, don't get me wrong. I love polenta American cousin grits, but polenta is like wrapping yourself in an Italian blanket. And if you. You give me a bit right out of the pot like off the spoon. I knelt. It's just so good. But it's about time. You forget all the things you've heard about polenta that might have you intimidated to cook it or maybe not even think about thinking about it rather often. I want to assure you it couldn't be easier. It does require a little bit of attention as it cooks, but not more than say that steel cut oatmeal. It's all about the ratio of liquid whether it's water milk or stock that you choose to the corn meal, and it's about the cooking time to, but once you make it I promise you'll want to make it a whole lot more. And because winter and cold weather makes me think about hardy rustic foods. I thought that this. This would be a good tutorial of sorts. Now, I served my creamy parmesan polenta with wild mushrooms on a big wooden board family style. And it really is the ultimate communal dining experience, you could top it. With the pieces of the perfect roast chicken. You just carved and that lemonade pan sauce or a store bought rotisserie chicken to for store. Bought two homemade, and you have the ultimate Sunday, supper any leftovers. They go to good use as well for grilled or fried polenta, quite frankly, I think you know, it to winter to make a batch of polenta. So in short polenta is a cornmeal porridge that is a common dish in northern Italy. It's frequently eaten with meats, and Ragu or cheese like gorgonzola, and it can be eaten. Freshly cooked as thick porridge that we love or it can be cooled. And then sliced and fried grilled or baked now long before corn was brought from the Americas to Europe polenta was already a staple food. It just wasn't made from corn. The name originally comes from the Latin word for Pearl grain barley, and the dish was a gruel that could be. Made with all sorts of grains, and legumes and it dates back to Roman times. Now today, it's no longer associated with other grains, polenta is only associated with corn. And while there are some very fancy versions of Italian polenta that you can buy which some prefer over the more generic stuff for all practical purposes, any medium ground or even fine ground cornmeal will do now a lot of stores sell quick or instant polenta, which is made either from an incredibly fine grinding corn meal or from pre cooked polenta, that's then dried and processed into a flower, and it can be rapidly reconstituted in minutes, and I recognized by the convenience of a product like that. But I'll be honest. I have never met a quick cooking polenta that I like, and I've tried a few. So by the traditional corn meal or by the Italian. Polenta in a box. If you like, and here's what's important when you're making it perhaps the biggest decision aside from the exact type of corn meal itself is what type of liquid you're going to use for the polenta. Now, Italian chefs will tell you that all water is the only way, but milk, for instance, makes an incredibly rich and creamy polenta that it's a lot more of an indulgence all on its own, and you can use your milk substitutes of choice, if you're an almond milk or a soy milk drinker. Go for it. Now chicken stock infuses the polenta with lots of flavor to because a fine. Chef who who happened to us to yell out? Bam who I had the privilege of training under a lot of years ago. He taught me Amrullah Ghazi that water has no flavor right novel, isn't it? But truth is whether it's milk or chicken stock or a combination of water and the two they're all perfectly. Good. Options depending upon what you choose personally, I make polenta with milk and water. I because it creates that creamy luscious polenta from the richness of the milk but offset by the water the corn flavors still shines through. And once you've picked your polenta and decided on a liquid. The next question is what ratio to use. I use a ratio of four parts liquid to one part polenta by volume the problem with using any less liquid is that it almost invariably fails to fully hydrate the corn meal, so you're polenta may thicken faster and appear to be done sooner. But those little bits of dried corn, I think they retain a very unpleasant crunch so innocence too little water makes polenta that's undercooked and gritty. So if we're using a proper ratio of liquid corn meal, the next question is how long to cook it, right? This is another. Area. That gets lots of debate. I say that about twenty minutes is enough. I have seen recipes that cook for up to an hour. That seems excessive to me now mind you you can leave the polenta on the stove for an hour. You can continue to add more liquid. You can make it hold it. Reheat it thin it out a little bit and serve it. No harm. No foul. But it doesn't take more than twenty minutes to become delicious. And you don't actually have to stir the polenta constantly as it cooks. It does require a little bit of attention really a stir here and there to keep it from sticking to the bottom of the pot now when it's done I stir in butter and parmesan cheese. Sometimes they throw in a spoonful of Moscow opponent. Oh, it's so good. I season well with salt and pepper, and I taste. And then voila, it's ready now I've played with other methods like the oven method, the double boiler method, the microwave method, but top of the. Cove is my best suggestion, and as I mentioned, I like it hot and creamy with mushrooms or a braised lamb, shake or garlicky shrimp, and I happen to love to save the leftovers because firm polenta cut into squares and grilled or fried is really luscious to now when you feel that chill outside, and you are craving.

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"amrullah" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"I also hope that you'll follow me on social chef Jamie, Gwen on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to and with that said, let's dig in shall we? I always start the show with a tutorial of sorts method or instruction insight to make you the best cook, you know, and creamy parmesan polenta sound scrumptious right about now, doesn't it warm and. Comforting buttery and delicious really good polenta makes me swoon. Now, don't get me wrong. I love polenta American cousin grits, but polenta is like wrapping yourself in an Italian blanket. And if you give me a bit right out of the pot like off the spoon. I it's just so good. But it's about time. You forget all the things you've heard about polenta that might have you intimidated to cook it or maybe not even think about thinking about it rather often. I want to assure you it couldn't be easier. It does require a little bit of attention as it cooks, but not more than say that steel cut oatmeal. It's all about the ratio of liquid whether it's water milk or stock that you choose to the corn meal, and it's about the cooking time to. But once you make it I promise you'll wanna make it a whole lot more. And because winter and cold weather makes me think about hardy rustic foods. I thought that this. This would be a good tutorial of sorts. Now, I served my creamy parmesan polenta with wild mushrooms on a big wooden board family style. And it really is the ultimate communal dining experience, you could top it with. The pieces of the perfect roast chicken. You just carved and that lemony pan sauce or a store bought rotisserie chicken to for store. Bought two homemade, and you have the ultimate Sunday, supper any leftovers. They go to good use as well for grilled or fried polenta, quite frankly, I think you know, it to winter to make a batch of polenta. So in short polenta is a cornmeal porridge that is a common dish in northern Italy. It's frequently eaten with meats, and Ragu or cheese like gorgonzola, and it can be eaten. Freshly cooked as thick porridge that we love or it can be cooled. And then sliced and fried grilled or baked now long before corn was brought from the Americas to Europe polenta was already a staple food. It just wasn't made from corn. The name originally comes from the Latin word for Pearl. Green like barley. And the dish was a gruel that could be made with. All sorts of grains, and lagoons and it dates back to Roman times. Now today, it's no longer associated with other grains, polenta is only associated with corn. And while there are some very fancy versions of Italian polenta that you can buy which some prefer over the more generic stuff for all practical purposes, any medium ground or even fine ground cornmeal will do now a lot of stores sell quick or instant polenta, which is made either from an incredibly fine grind of cornmeal or from pre cooked polenta, that's then dried and processed into flour. And it can be rapidly reconstituted in minutes, and I recognize the convenience of a product like that. But I'll be honest. I have never met a quick cooking polenta that I like, and I've tried a few. So by the traditional corn meal or by the Italian polenta in. Box. If you like, and here's what's important when you're making it perhaps the biggest decision aside from the exact type of cornmeal itself is what type of liquid you're going to use for the polenta. Now, Italian chefs will tell you that all water is the only way, but milk, for instance, makes an incredibly rich and creamy polenta that it's a lot more of an indulgence all on its own, and you can use your milk substitutes of choice, if you're an almond milk or a soy milk drinker. Go for it. Now chicken stock infuses the polenta with lots of flavor to because a fine. Chef who who used a yellow bam who I had the privilege of training under a lot of years ago. He taught me Amrullah Gosse that water has no flavor right novel, isn't it? But truth is whether it's milk or chicken stock or a combination of water and the two they're all perfectly good options depending on. Upon what you choose personally. I make polenta with milk and water. I because it creates that creamy luscious polenta from the richness of the milk but offset by the water the corn flavors still shines through. And once you've picked your polenta and decided on a liquid. The next question is what ratio to use. I use a ratio of four parts liquid to one part polenta by volume the problem with using any less liquid is that it almost invariably fails to fully hydrate the corn meal, so you're polenta may thicken faster and appear to be done sooner. But those little bits of dried corn, I think they retain a very unpleasant crunch. So in essence to little water makes polenta that's undercooked and gritty. So if we're using a proper ratio of liquid decor cornmeal the next question is how long to cook it, right? This is another area that gets lots. Of debate. I say that about twenty minutes is enough. I have seen recipes that cook for up to an hour. That seems excessive to me now mind you can leave the polenta on the stove for an hour. You can continue to add more liquid. You can make it hold it. Reheat it thin it out a little bit and serve it a no harm. No foul. But it doesn't take more than twenty minutes to become delicious. And you don't actually have to stir the polenta constantly as it cooks. It does require a little bit of attention really has stir here and there to keep it from sticking to the bottom of the pot now when it's done I stir in butter and parmesan cheese. Sometimes they throw in a spoonful of Moscow pong. Oh, it's so good. I see them well with salt and pepper, and I taste. And then voila, it's ready now I played with other methods like the oven method, the double boiler method, the microwave method, but top of the stove is my best suggest. Question. And as I mentioned, I like it hot and creamy with mushrooms or a braised lamb, Shane or garlicky shrimp, and I happen to love to save the leftovers because firm polenta cut into squares and grilled or fried is really luscious to now when you feel that chill outside, and you are craving something.

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"amrullah" Discussed on Techstination

Techstination

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on Techstination

"Welcome to text the nation. Joining us as Mark Honeycutt the of a company called Maximus. Thanks for joining us. Mark. Good to be here. Thanks for having me. Well, maxima sounds like a big company. Background about it. Sure. Well, Maximus actually is the brand of our lighting business. So we've got a a full-blown lighting business commercial business residential for LED products, both smarter non-smart and about four years ago. We launched our first smart home product and really focused at our main growth category moving forward. So our again because we have a lighting background. We we've really done a really nice job of integrating smart technology with camera and motions answer and control into our light fixtures. So that's that's sort of the gist or the background of maximum, lighting and smart on products. And now at the consumer electronic show, you're moving into a new but related category video doorbells, and it's getting to be a pretty crowded space. So you've tried to do something a little unique here looks like. Yeah. Yeah, obviously. And if if you if you read the report of us on our other products in the market, we basically have porch lights in floodlights both with camera. You know, we are goal is to provide, you know, better product better performing product better platform than our competitors. A better user experience with our app, and so forth and and into your question, you know, at the huge demand from our current customers. They're asking for two things beyond outdoor lighting, which which is where we focused, you know, up until now they've asked for hey, you guys are great at outdoor lighting with with camera will how about a doorbell and how about an indoor cameras. So, you know, we're basically responding to huge demand from our customers to sort of have the full complement of of cameras for outside the house inside the house and doorbell. So yes, so we're releasing nasty. Yes. Or launching our? Announcing to the to the world our newest product for platform, and it's called answer. And it is a state of the art video doorbell with and I can get into all the details if you'd like, but it is a market changer 'cause it's going to have capabilities and features that just don't exist in that crowded space, you know, yet. So we've we've pretty much, you know, kind of leapfrog the whole industry with this new product. So tell us about those features. Yeah. So the main thing is we're using Amrullah and they've given permission to use their name, but Amarillo is a chip manufacturer for camera there. Anyone knows this category? Nosy umbrellas, the you know, sort of they're the the Cadillac of the industry in terms of camera. Chip we're using their news chip, and it does support do cameras. So we've got the forward facing camera which are competitors have as well. But we. We also have a downward facing camera as well. So we have a full hundred eighty degree vision with no blind spots. So the way that works is the when you're doing the camera live or watching the prerecorded video it stream simultaneously both cameras. And of course. And if you wanna again, you have you can maneuver inside that to do picture a picture or make one bigger smaller, or whatever you have at your disposal now to cameras instead of one when you're doing that, you know, viewing the doorbell very interesting. And so if you want to keep an eye on say packages that are on the ground in front of the door that kind of thing one of the. Focused on that. Yes. Yes. So you basically can see if you again when you see the demo of the product if you're it literally if you have a package, and it's going to be as close to the doors you want or the porch is you want in views from the door about five feet, both directions. So it shows you the entire viewing area of your of your porch or wherever your front door would be in on in both sides and forward, so there's lily- there's no blind spots. There's a package or pets or or or children or whatever it anything down below that it has visibility of. We're also adding a a package mode to our to our platform. So you'll be able to use artificial intelligence. Hey, I to know win the package is there, and then you can actually turn on tax package mode, which will allow you to actually make the doorbell behave differently. Wants wants wants package is there to sort of protect that package..

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"amrullah" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on TechFan

"Let's exactly what happened that. That's not a myth that. That is what happened. This research took off and the accident with Blu Ray now idea because as far as I could tell there was very little to choose between DVD and Blu Ray. But Lee right one out. I don't know, you know, what the salsa fat loss spot. They got. They can't PlayStation, the PlayStation three that have to do with it. Yeah. It was built into every PlayStation three whereas HDD was an aunt on to the XBox three sixty. So they had a leg up immediately. And then they made Blu Ray players much cheaper much quicker than HD DVD did. So I think I think those are the two big attributing factors. The next one was iphone three GS its second generation iphone. Remember, the iphone only came out the year before and the the three GS was it didn't. Feel like the next iphone if out like two iphones later. It was such an improvement over the original iphone. And that so that was a big story in two thousand. It was wasn't it because there was all fine. Find three g. Yep. And then the three G as so it was actually the third phone. Well, but it was basically just kind of an update it wasn't that big of a change. Now, four AD increased the big debate. Yeah. It was a huge because I had vigil I five right? But the three GS came out the same year the three g did. I mean, it was. Yeah. That was the. Right. The three g was just a barely an upgrade over the iphone upgrade that had was it added three g networking and that wasn't big enough. Whereas the three GS was a significant upgrade, I'm not Amrullah so much better. That's what got me to to pull the trigger on a year later, which my wife wasn't real happy about. I saw actually have on my own iphones. I had him sitting on a shelf for a long time. I finally put them in a drawer. I'm like, okay. I don't I don't need to see these. And I kept charging them up. Why why was I charging these things up all the time? The next one was the power of Twitter. So we like to look at Twitter in today's day and age is kind of a negative thing. And I kind of think it is in some respects, but it's just as positive as negative, but in two thousand eight it was a very positive thing. One of the reasons was Barack Obama that he was the first president that really embraced or candidate. I should say there really embraced the social media aspects of the tech world and a lot of people don't remember Obama was really big onto Twitter. You know, it was kind of a big thing to watch him walking around with his blackberry. Remember that? Yeah. And that was two thousand and eight so wasn't a long time ago. Not smartphones got smarter, which is all about the apple three GS, the Sony Ericsson, and then t mobile had a phone call the G one which was the very first device to run. Android. Yeah. It remember in two thousand eight people were still unsure is going to be iphone or maybe it's going to be blackberry, still because blackberry was huge put maybe no Microsoft's Microsoft's they're gonna but they've got to have a big role in smartphone market, right? Well, it's a two horse race. Now, isn't it? Oh, yes. This is the little computer that could this was the year of the net. Book now here in two thousand eighteen I don't think notebooks are that big of a deal at all except an education. Education is that's the king of net books. Oh, yes. Little books. Affective john. It's the same thing. They just renamed a net book is a Chromebook. But that's kind of what the that's where it is. Now. I don't see a whole lot of people in everyday life. I see still more MAC book airs to be honest in everyday life or cheap. I don't see Chromebooks outside of education. They own the education market, and who would have guessed that ten years ago. Well, I think to be honest. Well, I think the net combs well two things killed it one. It was it's the regional concept was an mkx alight white device the analogy to be online. It wasn't necessarily very pathway..

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"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"But you've got plenty roots at least family in Lubbock. That's correct. Here in Lubbock. He didn't even call me. Bob. Sorry. One of us was to make that you went to like a tech graduation or something. Beddoe rally Amrullah Lubbock and see my father in law. David Hester out at Carolina, and that I had to boogie chase Ted Cruz and Beddoe elsewhere in the state sounds like a good excuse Bob Garrett and so. Said lots of folks think that you know, you've got rural Texas buying large expected to go with Ted Cruz. I think that that's why we've seen so many almost say cruise, but I will say Dan Patrick commercials. Can Paxton commercials at expecting rural Texas in not just other whenever I say other side of Texas. I mean like north far North Texas, south, Texas, west Texas, south Texas, expecting these rural voters to help overcome losses in the urban counties. But lots of people say to me, we think the Beddoe Aurore. Ted Cruz race is going to come down to Dallas county. Bob, Garrett Tillis what you're hearing the latest is in Dallas county, so far is turn out. And what do you make the numbers? So far is how it impacts the race. Well, bettle Rourke was telling our reporters last week. He thought the race would be decided in Dallas area. And you hear this a lot that the Democrats believe if they can get sort of a generic democratic vote in Dallas county of sixty two percent, and that would be a reach in twenty sixteen that that that measurement was fifty seven percent that included not just Hillary Clinton down. Ballot democrats. So they need to get a five percents point gain. But if they can do that they think that oh award has a shot statewide. They usually talk about Harris County needing to get that democratic generic vote up into the high fifties. And then the bellwether county Tarrant county the county of my birth. Betto as the break, even or get close forty eight forty nine fifty percent. And then if he can get that trifecta going in Dallas Harris and Tarrant than it's a it's a it's a barn burner. It'll go late that big red vote out in rural Texas will be up against this big blue vote in the city's so and suburbs. So we'll see. Tell me what you make of the turnout this four. I mean, let's expand out you've been covering techs politics for how long. Well, you know, forty years with a twenty year intermission. So yeah. Okay. So eight point three tex- Texas election is something. Nice. I follow on Twitter pretty straight down the line. Not very partisan. They suspect. What others have said that there's an eight point three million turnout in Texas. How does it fair in in a say Lubbock we're talking about Lubbock here in just a moment. But how does that fare with Dallas county Dallas? Here's a caveat. We don't know for sure how the judge early because as you know, more and more people are early fewer and fewer people are voting on election day. So when you have these big growing growing early vote totals they might be a little misleading 'cause you then expect to have a pretty significant turn out on election day, and it might drop. So your overall increased might not be as dramatic having issued that caveat, Mr. lease, and it's big. I mean, the Dallas early vote was huge. And so what eight point three million statewide means in twenty sixteen with the President Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, we had just under nine million votes cast in Texas. So you're talking about nearly presidents your turn out whereas last midterm in Texas. It was four point seven million turn out. And so I've been saying for a long time since I looked at the historical US Senate races in Texas at Beto Aurora. He's gotta get it up in the seven and a half eight and a half million range to be competitive. We've been elected senators with you know, four point six million for John and the John Cornyn race in two thousand fourteen and presidents or years. It goes up to, you know, seven or eight million, and and it has to be at least that I think for Beto to have a chance, but we'll see whether whether the early vote cannibalize the same day..

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"amrullah" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

Motorsports Monday

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

"We go to a new three round system with martinsville Texas Phoenix, and we know one of those twelve drivers. One of those eight drivers now will be one of those four drivers in homestead. What a great system. I really believe it simplified things, and you can see here the chase cutoff chase, Elliott's, fourth and points clipboard Joel, Ghana, Kurt, Busch, and Erik Amrullah still one of those eight drivers, I will guarantee you will be a champion at homestead. There you go. I remember years and years wishing that we would get to the final race and have three, four, five guys with a realistic shot of winning championship. And it just rarely if ever seemed to happen. And now we get it every single year. There's some finality to it at some of the elements that we see in other sports like the TWA tournament or like the World Series that's going on. Now, for example, those kinds of things bring drama and finality of sports. And I think that's what makes it compelling are off track. What's not going quite so well. So I'm gonna point this out though. Hey, Darryl mickan note of it today's date because Woody agreed with me again. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, I did. So now we have, we just talked about how great the playoff system is twenty years. Appoint convolute a point system. This new playoff system is fantastic as a competitor, man, twenty years ago you trickled along the season and you saw the championship slipping away until one day. Some reporter came to you and said, you're mathematically out of it. Yeah. Before that happened, you automatically knew your team wasn't gonna make up six gazillion points on all these guys in front of you. So you automatically knew every week was a slow process of slipping away. Yesterday's definitive of ending that race finishing six with the two car and going, you're done. It's very negative about that, and I don't. I don't think there's anything wrong. It's negative only from the competitor standpoint. Yeah, very, we all talk about the thrill of victory and yesterday was the agony of defeat for four guys or four guys that agony defeat is very high because you know, up till yesterday, you still had a chance and your chances good as anybody's. There wasn't wasn't. Advantage. If you won the race, you're moving on, that was simple. We all go in that race, but the definitive of the agony of defeat is great. Great. I'm applauding the system, right, but, wow, it's really a kick to the kidneys. Yeah, and I don't know. I think I like that better than having it kinda dribble away lowly through the year where there's this. All right. You get this one last chance. If you're going to go on, you got to do something special here at this track, whichever one that may be. And I find that just find that very compelling great without to doubts is compelling, but the agony of defeat is very grants. What makes it so it makes it drama. That's what I think. That's what everybody wants. I thoroughly enjoy that kind of that kind of action. All right, big show coming up for you here on MR are in motorsports, Monday. As we mentioned, Daniel Henrich will be along with us. He's still right in the of the playoffs in the Finnity series, and he's headed to the Cup series next year. But it was a little bit of a discrepancy after the Finnity race at Kansas. His car was found to be too low. We'll talk about all that when we come back. Good. Put a trip on the Bobby Czyz staying. Thought it, boom..

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"amrullah" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Retired. I think. Guys are gas from last couple of days from Saturday night when you're little gas, the mental part of it starts to go. The focus goes away and there wasn't same energy practice. I'm saying to do a better job of that. Feel. Pitcher up and sharper, let me be very, very clear about what I'm about to say, because I wanna make sure that. Does no. There's no question. There's no ambiguity. What I'm about to say. I believe that if Aaron Rodgers went to the toilet. One of those Dan receivers should be there to pass him. Some told the paper that adamant I am about this. These puppies Ruthie vers. The notion that era shouldn't be calling them out. Yup. At a wake up and smell something. Get your senses right. Aaron Rodgers despite just wants Super Bowl is unquestionably one of if not the greatest quarterback we've ever seen in the history of football as a talent. Accomplishments? No, Tom Brady has that Joe Montana has that Terry Bradshaw has that we get all of that as a talent. I would challenge anybody to tell me that they have seen somebody better than era Raja's his ability to fling that football on the run to his left on the run to his right is right dropping back in the pocket standing in the pocket. Throwing off balance throwing his feet plant. It don't matter. As they quarterback with his mobility with his arm string with his accuracy with this dead devil tendencies, his willingness to take chances. This brother is the greatest quarterback as a talent I have ever seen in all my years of watching football. Agree Bay Packers have mistreated him Tom, Tom again. Then you go and your LEGO Jordy Nelson, his most reliable weapon. The voluntary Adams is still there had to concussions lash it. He can ball, but he had to concussions last year, Randall Cobb and still there, but he's aging. Toronto Allison is still there, but come on now. That's a running back spot. You got to mall Williams. We don't know what he's going to be able to average less than four yards a carry. What is one hundred fifty? Three carries from last year. You got arod Jones. You can. You can brag about his five point five yards per carry on his eighty one chances, but keep in mind at six times. He ran over twenty yards. So that's the Tissot could be deceiving. What's undeniable is this. When Aaron Rodgers is healthy. The Green Bay Packers are contenders. When he's not the nothing. For eight straight years. It Arron Rogers career. Would him at the quarterback spot other than the first year he was the quarterback when he went six and ten. Amrullah ges has taken the Green Bay Packers to the playoffs every year. He's taken up to the conference finals. Three times. He's wanted Super Bowl. And as numbers in the meantime, are off the chart. The man is the greatest quarterback I've ever seen. He's a bad man and to have somebody this gifted talking about your effort, man's thirty four years old turns. The simple turns thirty, five percent per second. And you look at these numbers and what he delivers three hundred thirteen touchdowns for his career with just seventy eight sessions. Only two times only two times in his ten years of starter has thrown into sectors in the double digits. The most interceptors he's ever thrown in any season was thirteen and I was his first year when he went six and ten. Other than that, he threw eleven in separate fifteen games in two thousand ten. The brother is special. And you have receivers with this blessing knowing that you get to play with him, you have to adapt to the unmitigated. Gall, put him in a position where he's able to look at you and question your effort. Not too skill, not the knowledge not to willingness, inability ability or lack thereof to not playbook your effort. Puppies breath smelling like Similac wet behind as all you got is your energy based on your youth and you can't give them that. I wouldn't blame Amer Rogers if he had went off longer and harder. It's the square. Cannot be tolerated. Any was right to call them out. It eight say ESPN it's edited seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six. What are the item involving Amer rajas. And that was his position about President Trump. Basically saying that LeBron James knows that his contemporaries and everybody sides with him. That the league itself should ignore the president of the United States? Lazy gentleman. I gotta tell you, I'm tired of that..

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"amrullah" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Retired. I think. Guys are gas from last couple of days from Saturday night when you're little gas, the mental part of it starts to go. The focus goes away and there wasn't same energy practice. I'm saying to do a better job of that. Feel. Pitcher up and sharper, let me be very, very clear about what I'm about to say, because I wanna make sure that. Does no. There's no question. There's no ambiguity. What I'm about to say. I believe that if Aaron Rodgers went to the toilet. One of those Dan receivers should be there to pass him. Some told the paper that adamant I am about this. These puppies Ruthie vers. The notion that era shouldn't be calling them out. Yup. At a wake up and smell something. Get your senses right. Aaron Rodgers despite just wants Super Bowl is unquestionably one of if not the greatest quarterback we've ever seen in the history of football as a talent. Accomplishments? No, Tom Brady has that Joe Montana has that Terry Bradshaw has that we get all of that as a talent. I would challenge anybody to tell me that they have seen somebody better than era Raja's his ability to fling that football on the run to his left on the run to his right is right dropping back in the pocket standing in the pocket. Throwing off balance throwing his feet plant. It don't matter. As they quarterback with his mobility with his arm string with his accuracy with this dead devil tendencies, his willingness to take chances. This brother is the greatest quarterback as a talent I have ever seen in all my years of watching football. Agree Bay Packers have mistreated him Tom, Tom again. Then you go and your LEGO Jordy Nelson, his most reliable weapon. The voluntary Adams is still there had to concussions lash it. He can ball, but he had to concussions last year, Randall Cobb and still there, but he's aging. Toronto Allison is still there, but come on now. That's a running back spot. You got to mall Williams. We don't know what he's going to be able to average less than four yards a carry. What is one hundred fifty? Three carries from last year. You got arod Jones. You can. You can brag about his five point five yards per carry on his eighty one chances, but keep in mind at six times. He ran over twenty yards. So that's the Tissot could be deceiving. What's undeniable is this. When Aaron Rodgers is healthy. The Green Bay Packers are contenders. When he's not the nothing. For eight straight years. It Arron Rogers career. Would him at the quarterback spot other than the first year he was the quarterback when he went six and ten. Amrullah ges has taken the Green Bay Packers to the playoffs every year. He's taken up to the conference finals. Three times. He's wanted Super Bowl. And as numbers in the meantime, are off the chart. The man is the greatest quarterback I've ever seen. He's a bad man and to have somebody this gifted talking about your effort, man's thirty four years old turns. The simple turns thirty, five percent per second. And you look at these numbers and what he delivers three hundred thirteen touchdowns for his career with just seventy eight sessions. Only two times only two times in his ten years of starter has thrown into sectors in the double digits. The most interceptors he's ever thrown in any season was thirteen and I was his first year when he went six and ten. Other than that, he threw eleven in separate fifteen games in two thousand ten. The brother is special. And you have receivers with this blessing knowing that you get to play with him, you have to adapt to the unmitigated. Gall, put him in a position where he's able to look at you and question your effort. Not too skill, not the knowledge not to willingness, inability ability or lack thereof to not playbook your effort. Puppies breath smelling like Similac wet behind as all you got is your energy based on your youth and you can't give them that. I wouldn't blame Amer Rogers if he had went off longer and harder. It's the square. Cannot be tolerated. Any was right to call them out. It eight say ESPN it's edited seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six. What are the item involving Amer rajas. And that was his position about President Trump. Basically saying that LeBron James knows that his contemporaries and everybody sides with him. That the league itself should ignore the president of the United States? Lazy gentleman. I gotta tell you, I'm tired of that..

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"amrullah" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"I mean, I mean, you look at what for it's going to do and and you look at what for it's going to do next year, introducing a new car, how much are they going to be able to have that learning curve go faster. And if they actually figure out the car, unlike a lot of Chevy's have you know, haven't been able to for their new car rather. If say, Char's able to go ahead and figure that out early, what are the other Ford's? Do how battered, how much in trouble are they like the Penske's and the all the seats are gonna be in trouble anyway. But I mean, like that's the problem is that there's so few four teams that are hitting right now. It's hard to say, read 'cause Lasky had had break issues, Joey Logano was there. I mean, this is a good track for him top ten finish, you know, nothing not to write home about, but at the same time, it's kind of the situation where those three guys Blaney Kozlowski and Ghana really haven't been setting the world on fire. They've had consistent finisher's. They've been doing very, very decent. They haven't reached that pentacle yet. So I worry about them and I worry if they've peaked already and now on that down slope, especially now with Ford Brealey seeming toback the four s HR cars back to Amrullah. Here's a guy who, like I said, forty. Two laps led had it pretty good showing seem to have all the confidence the world. Despite, you know, finishing third, but the finish. Third, when the big three finish the other top four spots, huge deal, huge deal for them. And I think it's it's a big deal for that ten team, especially considering the fact that. Last years just in shambles with danika. Patrick by the wheel? Yeah, you know. But the thing is that and I, I agree was a big deal for Erica Merola to finish, not only finished there, but have another race just like Chicago where it was confidently leading, but it does beg the question when or if really, Erica, moral can win a race. And I think that the if still is in play here as strong as he's looked. You know, various races throughout the season and as well as he's run as much better. He's run in the ten car than he did in the forty three. The only thing he's lacking right now is that last little bit of edge that killer instinct that ability to finish out the race now, like you said, in this race him performing so well being up there with those big guys and leading a decent number of laps is a good learning experience, and he's going to need some of those might be a bit unfair to thrust upon them and say, oh, well, Kevin Harvick dominated and ended up winning the race. But Kevin Harvick is dominated this season. Kevin Harvick is wanted on racist, Clint is when a couple of races, you know, why can't you get up there and win a race. But the thing about Chicago and here in here was a pitch Chicago. It was a wheel something ended up holding him back and he hasn't been able to finish it..

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"amrullah" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"amrullah" Discussed on Are You Real

"Of breaking through major growth like the downtown is is growing right now and so i see morello as gracie i see it in the future amarillo is such a city that gets behind local businesses we're a local business and i cannot tell you how much support we get on a daytoday basis amarillo is just an amazing city like the unemployment rates low here you can you can live here better the quality of life is better here than it is in in a place like austin nofence awesome it's really expensive to live in austin it's really expensive to live in certain areas of dallas you can live a really quality life here you can have a home here one of the great things about amrullah to that i let one of my favorite things is that were really known for family business i feel like that's also part of the identity of our city we have amarillo national bank which is like the biggest home owned bank one of the biggest hormone banks in the nation and i feel like they're you know that kind of creates just this environment of family here that bank there's happy state bank which is you know fairly local bank you know starting happy texas isn't that far from here but we're known that we're known as family amrullah's known the business the business part of amarillo i feel like is really known as family like if you go to any of our local businesses it has such a like a family feel to it and so that's the i love that i i don't think that's a coincidence that there's so many family businesses that have gone past thirty years which is.

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