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How Creative Writing Can Help You Through Life's Hardest Moments

TED Talks Daily

04:08 min | 4 months ago

How Creative Writing Can Help You Through Life's Hardest Moments

"Have you ever seen something and you wish you could have said something but you it a second question i have. Has something ever happened to you. You never said anything about it though you should have. I'm interested in this idea. Action of the difference between seeing something which is basically passively observing in the actual act of bearing witness bearing witness means. Running down have seen something. You have heard something you have experienced. The most important part of bearing witness is writing down its recording writing. Get down captures. The memory writing down acknowledges existence one of the biggest examples we have in history of someone very witness is anne frank's diary she simply wrote down. What was happening to her her family about confinement and in doing so we have a very intimate record of this family during one of the worst periods of our history. And i want to talk to you today about how creative writing to bear witness and i'm going to walk you through exercise which i'm going to do myself that i actually do with a lot of my collegiate students future. Engineers technicians plumbers basically. They're not creative writers. They don't plan on becoming creative writers. But we use exercises to kind of on salads things with mckean's silent. It's the way to kind of unburden ourselves and his three simple steps. So step one is to brainstorm around down and what. I have my students do. Is i get them across. The prompt is the time. When i want them to fill in that problem with times they might have experienced something heard something or seen something something they could have intervened but they didn't and i have them write it down as quickly as possible. So i'll give you example of some of the things. I would write down the time when a few months after nine. Eleven and two boys dare themselves to touch me and they did the time when i the time with my sister and i were walking in a city and dice ballot us and called us. Terrorists the way back. When when i went to very odd middle school and girls a couple of years older than me would be married off to men nearly double their age the time when a friend. Gummy the time. When i went to a going away luncheon for a co worker in a big boss questioned my lineage. Wants and there's times when i have seen something and i haven't intervened for example the time when i was on a train and i witnessed a father being his toddler son and i didn't do anything or the many times i've walked by someone who is homeless and in need the vaccine for money and i walked around him and i did not acknowledge their humanity. And let's go on and on but you wanna think of times when they might have happened sexually times when keeping things repressed and time with our families blessed our families. We loved them but at the same time. We don't talk about things so talk about the family member who has been using drugs or alcohol. We don't talk about this family member who might have severe mental illness. We'll say something like oh. They've always been outweigh. And we hope that in not talking about it and not not acknowledging it we can act like it doesn't exist fix itself

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"anne frank" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Today in True Crime

New York - N.J. steps up to help front-line workers

This Morning with Gordon Deal

05:24 min | 1 year ago

New York - N.J. steps up to help front-line workers

"It is often said that if you want something done ask a busy person such is the case with Amy Frank Goldman she runs her own wealth management firm in New Jersey she's also home schooling her daughter currently recovering from the corona virus and just last week launched the local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook where she helped raise money for men and women on the front lines of the pandemic she's here to talk about her group AB how did this begin for you I would think about what it really cross the river from New York City and we were around for nine eleven but all the started blowing up and we're watching what happens in New York City I didn't think I had to do something so I started looking around for the opportunity that kind of help the front line workers who believe that the not the front end of this but also I kept seeing all these stories about small businesses that were struggling with self you know if we were to show our appreciation for the people who are online why can't we do that by using local restaurants to to fund that goal to give some of that money back into the community out there I started a page on Facebook and it just went bananas so how does it work so basically what we do is we take a donation from the people who work during the day of the FIFA pages they are both of them on the peacock set up in those two nations are used to pay local restaurants to deliver meals to a number of different areas of the province so far would cover your rooms I see rooms in hospitals has been silent again care center others a certain hotline whether entering the coronavirus called for the town in city hall you ought to put areas will actually branching out into pharmacist store clerk so even in little league international appreciation to all the people who are out there leading up function in the new normal that we have so what's cooperation but like if you have a lot of buy in from supporters it's been incredible we have two thousand members in the group demanded money that we raise is is truly inspirational and it didn't go to do things that you know initially I thought we'd be able to provide a couple meals but now it looks like we'll be able to do that for weeks a month or south based on the money that was raised well for speak with Anne Frank golden she's the founder of the Hoboken and Jersey city New Jersey frontline appreciation group on Facebook they're raising money for health care workers so in terms of distribution do you have volunteers deliver things out of that and work with the beautiful about it so what about certain Hoboken hello they had a delivery business but for the most part eleven had done in Florida right so they can bring a lot of those restaurant into delivery only in their delivery people that work for those first on to the ones that have been facilitating the delivery and it's been kind of a fun experience because I love to share the photos of the food and preparing an offer the food in the hands of the into the front line people also the nurses the doctors they've actually receive the food in a long time some of the donors wanted me to deliver themselves and sending pictures of themselves like him to come over to the nurses station which is like a really cool thing to see you know Willie so have the health care workers responded well they probably domino's just hopes I think I think that they have a lot more variety in the lab options and that's another thing I try to make it through the week of the nutrient dense now that their job is not just mentally taxing the critical impact with while so serving them pizza and sub five need to week seven to week that's really not going to be the fact that he's a resources so I'm very specific when they speak the restaurant about what they're preparing for them making sure they're getting a good meal but you know that the end of the day it's really comes from the heart in the two people who I don't wanna call them unsung heroes but in normal times were not in the time of the pandemic or crisis of course people appreciate what they do you know what it really comes before court right now for those around the country listening who aren't familiar Jersey city and Hoboken very heavily populated areas certainly no choices of food right have you gone out on a limb and thrown something exotic at these health care workers I'm sure that we had a vegan restaurant a little bit you know what we've got everything from Italian to Thai food in Indian food coming later this week so it's definitely a lot of variety I think the one joint I so I think I saw a stat from small business owners generally speaking who say they're down to like eighty percent of business at this point under this under these restrictions because they're limited to just take out or delivery anybody say that what you're doing is helping keep them afloat and they might otherwise close account for me is that I want to be fair and sometimes give the opportunity probably have everybody's gotten Hoboken to participate before I go back to him he has already done a delivery so for being realistic you know five or six hundred on delivery you can change the bottom line over a week two weeks three weeks for a company or for a cyclical restaurant what I'm trying to do is when we were away please post operative could show the health care workers I always put the link to that restaurant in the in the polls and I think you're considering going out thing to consider this restaurant what I'm trying to bring awareness to these small business owners the people know that they're delivering other they're still out there and maybe they have a doctor orders not restaurant in awhile or maybe they had ordered the question before and so now in addition to being able to provide something for the front line we're getting a little bit of P. are the people who are helping us make that happen well that is Amy Amy Frank Goldman again head of her local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook in

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A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

People of the Pod

14:21 min | 1 year ago

A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

"January and February have been full of commemorative moments for both the black and Jewish Communities. The birthday of Martin Luther King Junior the death anniversary of Anne Frank International Holocaust remembrance and Black History Month we sat down individually with three founders of the Black Jewish congressional caucus democratic congresswoman Brenda Lawrence Democratic congresswoman. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin to discuss why the caucus exists the issues. They think it will address and why it's important for black and Jewish leaders to work together. Not Apart I I asked about the original purpose of the Black Jewish congressional caucus how that purpose has evolved since its conception and what the main issues the caucus to address we. I posed the question to chief. Founder Representative Brenda Lawrence when I went to my colleagues. And ask them if they would be interested in forming a black Jewish Caucus. Civically this administration. I have seen an uptick in divisiveness and Rachel tension and also hate crimes been reported as validated being on Increasing and we have such a strong and long history of lack American and the Jewish community coming together in those times when our country lost its way the Jewish community came to the support of the black community during the civil rights movement. We have shared experience between the Holocaust. Slavery of being people oppressed by no other reason except for who we are and We know and we feel uniquely the stereotypes in the tension that are often placed on us as black and Jewish citizens of this country. And we are here in Congress to write laws and policies to ensure quality to make sure that we're forcing the civil rights of this country and we should be having a unique conversation around this and I can tell you I was so impressed with the support and willingness in a bipartisan way to form the caucus so what are the main issues that the caucus hopes to address. Well I want to know that as we look at hate crimes and discrimination as anti Semitic. It's racist xenophobic Often go back to Martin Luther King. Our unity is born of our common struggle for centuries not only to rid ourselves bandage but to make oppression of any people by others impossible so when we plan or what. Our jackets is our is that we will make sure that we are uniquely informed. We are aware of these incidents and policies and situations where we see Racism not being addressed properly or being able or being nurtured and that we can pass policies and enforce loss through our justice system to ensure we're holding true to one nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for all next. We asked Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz during the civil rights movement jewish-americans lent critical support to the N. Double ACP and fought alongside. Dr Martin Luther King Junior to challenge racial segregation in public accommodations and black leaders have stood with the Jewish community following the tragic shootings. At synagogues in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and POW California Joakim Prinz german-american Rabbi and refugee of Nazi. Germany represented the Jewish community as an organizer during the nineteen sixty three march on Washington. So that history is long and and significant and so the the The Black Jewish caucus is really important for us to be able to to retie those binds. And make sure that we can work on the modern day issues that are of mutual concern to both communities are purposes to assemble leaders to learn from one. Another advocate for joint concerns Regardless of party we believe And we exist because all partners are committed calling out hate and racism and discrimination anti-semitism and xenophobia whenever and wherever it rears its ugly head and you know our alliance in the Black Jewish caucus is really important so that we can work to honor and strengthen and safeguard the bond of our communities that have been developed in the struggle for equality in America. Then we asked representative Lee Zeldin. There is a need to better bridge the gap between the Jewish community and the black community and understanding a long rich history of the the black community fighting for on behalf of with the Jewish Committee and community and vice versa This isn't a new concept for us to be working closely and back in World War. Two was seven sixty first tank battalion. Bed Liberated gun skirt skin and God almost four hundred medals for their heroics their efforts and it was Jewish members who stood side by side with the black community during the civil rights push and some actually ended up giving up their lives in that fight for Justice and equality fast forward to two thousand and nineteen. This was announced in June But we were talking to each other about it for a few months leading up to that. Brenda Lawrence Really did a fantastic job taking a lead initiative. The American Jewish Committee was also influential and helpful with that. 'cause how has it evolved since then? I would say that more and more people have expressed interest in being part of it so it's become a bigger and it's allowed us to build a stronger network and we've seen a divide close But the challenges still exist and we just had a Hanukkah in two thousand nineteen that was marked by violent antisemitic attacks in and around the New York City area and some of the people who were paying attention to it saw that the individuals who are carrying out the attacks weren't neo Nazis. They weren't they weren't white supremacists. They weren't a radical Islamic extremists. And they they weren't Politically motivated it was a different dynamic than what you might have been talking about in June of two thousand nineteen You had some people who are talking about the the black Israel The Hebrew Israelite Movement But then others within that movement rejecting the acts carried out up in Munsey attacking the rabbi's home as well as attacking The the Jewish Kosher Supermarket in New Jersey. So in a way if you ask me how it evolved part of. It's been positive With all of the outreach in all of the new relationships and part of it has been an added challenge added friction as we witnessed what happened in the Hanukkah two thousand nineteen and struggling with figuring out how to as quickly as possible Deal with that next. We asked how the black community can support Jewish concerns and how the Jewish community can more forcefully advocate for African American issues. Here's what Linda Lawrence had to say. Yes the Jewish community has in the past as as you know during the civil rights movement Jewish communities one of our strongest legal and justice advocate on the judicial system but it is lifting the voice of Black America Black Lives Matter Institutional that is. Our biggest challenge institutional racism when it comes to the education when it comes to housing when it comes to the criminal justice lending voice to the black community and pointing out those things that are wrong and the black community. What we can do is make sure that we are calling out the stereotypes against the Jewish community. Then we heard from Debbie Wasserman Schultz. There is really some significant overlap that particularly with the violence and the Anti Semitism and bigotry. That is being hurled at our communities not just with these horrendous murders but with social media attacks and you know protest against our communities and discriminatory actions so we have a lot on our plate. Initially that I think are in my view important for our communities mutually and you know because the Caucasus really in its infancy as we mature and move down the road. Get to know one another issues that you know. We can be across the aisle and across our communities and the caucus focused on trying to prioritize the issues that the individual communities find important and lastly representative Lee Zeldin. Well we always spent a lot of times so far I talking about the way. The Jewish community has been targeted with not just Anti Semitic thoughts but antisemitic actions and violent and some cases of its cost people their lives. So you know the the ways for the the black community to identify what? The top issues are Right now for the Jewish community. We're seeing it. Play out really in the national news and the national debate for the Black Community The there still is racism in our country in many respects and I think that teaching tolerance and and understanding ensuring that policies aren't discriminatory that individuals have the ability to achieve the American dream and shouldn't be held back just because they might be someone of color or they might be practicing a different religion like Judaism. That discrimination racism still exists in our country. We saw it play out not too long ago on. Long Island where I'm from the first. Congressional district of New York is on the east end of Long Island There was a story that was in. Newsday was an investigative report of members of the real estate industry discriminating against people of color who were trying to find housing trying to Purchase a home to achieve the American dream. And unfortunately that's an exception and not the norm. It's rare But the response has been robust with investigations. That have been lost. launched as well as the real estate industry themselves Self policing Each Other To educate but educate each other and to push out of their industry people who are discriminating against Black individuals who are trying to own a home and then she the American dream so I would say as far as identifying some of the biggest needs right now of the black community. I would say that just like it was easy to identify anti-semitism as a top needed needs to get addressed for the Jewish community. I would say. Racism is something that's very prevalent and still needs to be addressed absolutely with regards to the black community next. We asked what issues of mutual concern? The caucus can address. Here's what Brenda Lawrence had to say. I think it's extremely important. That the black and Jewish community allow the history of oppression for either of our people to be forgotten. You know there's some people who like to say the Holocaust didn't happen. There are people who say You know black people so each other to slavery. So what's the big deal? We cannot allow the history that as horrific as it is to be forgotten. And that's something else that I think that we uniquely can do as citizens of this country and as survivor and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Right now we have a really significant challenge around white supremacy and the rise of white supremacists in United States white supremacist increasingly targeted and killed large groups of people in recent years because of their race or religion in the United States in Twenty fifteen we had nine African Americans who were murdered murdered by a gunman whose name I won't mention at the Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church Mother Emmanuel in Charleston South Carolina. Because and this is quoting the murderer. He knew that it would be a place to get a small amount of black people in one area. You had Robert Bowers. Last year yelled antisemitic. Slurs before he opened fire and killed eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and that was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community. American history you've had attacks on mosques where insecurity has had to be increased after fifty one people were massacred to mosques in New Zealand. So we have a very current urgent challenge with bigotry. Anti-semitism white supremacists who are engaging in in deadly violence and so that's at the security and houses of fighting. Anti Semitism and bigotry is Is really the top of our current list of issue the very tragic areas of mutual concern for for both communities and and I would also add Particularly because most of these crimes perpetrated with guns the Jewish community in the African American community have have really come together around making sure that we can close all the loopholes that allow people who shouldn't have a gun under federal law here in the US be able to get them Now that issue is unfortunately not bipartisan. I was just getting ready to say. That's gotta be bipartisan. doesn't mean that That the hawks On Black Jewish relations can't take it on

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Israel and Sudan Will Push to Normalize Relations

People of the Pod

06:45 min | 1 year ago

Israel and Sudan Will Push to Normalize Relations

"Get now to this month's news that Israel and Sudan will push to normalize relations that sounds like a huge diplomatic coup for Israel. Is that right? It is a massive diplomatic coup for Israel. it's a great thing. I think for Sudan as well A separate matter is how it was conducted however and that has to be said If you look at what's good for Sudan itself I think Any measure that strengthens Sudan's economy and at the same time strengthens the The the cohesion of the Democratic Forces that one would hope would emerge prevail in a sustainable way way up on elections for the down. The line is a good thing for Sudan Israel's role there Obviously is is one of Assisting and in having Sudan seen as a friendly country towards the West which which is the port of call for assistance in the development of Sudan And that was much the idea behind the the elements in the Sudanese governance structure. That looked for this meeting with with with Prime Minister Netanyahu The however There's a diversity of news of views among the civilian political constellation in in Sudan as to how and when to engage with Israel. And what's been announced by Netanyahu and and And General Borhan in compiler Is that copolymers. The capital of Uganda. That is intended to set up afterwards normalization of relationships. You know the other the other interests there. There are In in in this in this Development are to Wean Sudan from the potential influence of Iran. And that's the reason why in this meeting it is understood that there was a heavy involvement of the of of the Gulf Gulf powers especially the United Arab Emirates which presumably set it up where it's understood. Set it up after about three months of negotiations Negotiations with the military To Go back to your question about Israel and Sudan in the last few decades you may remember that there were reported bombings by Israel of convoys of arms and Sudan I it was understood at the time that that's that Sudan. was getting assistance from Iran to arm elements in the Gaza Strip. And that was the route that these ratings bombed The main obstacle that Sudan has right now economically is the fact that because Osama bin Laden was was hosted in Sudan enlarged in Sudan the US designated Sudan a state sponsor of terrorism and That designation stands in the way of Sudan enjoying the support of certain multilateral entities that are deemed to be indispensable for unblocking the hurdles towards development in Sudan and that was very much behind the the idea of the military elements that engage in this conversation with Netanyahu there are elements within the civilian spectrum in Sudan that are not particularly opposed to engaging with Israel but saw in the way this was conducted a trampling of the agreement that that he would be the council itself not one member of the counselor one element of the council that would develop foreign policy decision of this dimension and it was reported that the prime minister hadn't been even warned about this meeting and they learned about it through the press even though the military claim they told him a couple of days before So what I'm trying to say here is that while it's a wonderful development the way this is delivered Mccarey some risks because it could fray The or could exacerbate tensions between the civilian elements and military within Sudan from the Israeli point of view. We have to also realize that to the extent that this engagement has to do with brokering results from Sudan. If those results do not materialize you have to wonder how how Israel is going to be perceived on how engagement with Israel is going to be perceived a relationship like this though a warming thawing of ties. It doesn't come out of nowhere right. There's a lot of hard work that went into this. Certainly a lot of a lot of hard work has gone into this Their reports actually that Israel had engaged with Bush here as well in two thousand sixteen by sheer kind of had some nice things to say about about Israel at least relative to its neighbors. Right when the Syrian civil war was kind of ramping up but she said you know even if Israel had taken over Syria. We wouldn't be seeing something this terrible exactly which is mild statement as we would see it. It's not mile given the context in which it was made It's not uncommon for African countries and countries elsewhere. Really do think that the road To Washington go through Jerusalem and This is at play very much here. But it sounds vaguely anti Semitic you know. It isn't and yet if you see it. From the point of view of our ability to insert the values of democracy that Israel represents and the potential for engagement with neighbors that develop in that direction. I don't necessarily think it is so unfortunately though It is one of the main reasons Why many of these governments bother to engage because otherwise they're very focused on their own Takeout from from that engagement in certain carries risks I mean there's no shortage of radical Islamist movements in especially in this hell in Africa that threatened to destabilize governments upon engagement with Israel. So they have to be at sea benefit and the benefit. Gm oftentimes has to do with with acceding to Raising their profile of attention in America and in the mainstream world and they they do think that the Jewish community in America and and and Israel can can help in that direction and point of fact after this meeting in compiler the General General Received a call from Mike Pompeo inviting him to Washington so It was pretty explicit

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75 Years After Anne Frank, Is She Still The Poster Child For The Holocaust?

People of the Pod

05:10 min | 1 year ago

75 Years After Anne Frank, Is She Still The Poster Child For The Holocaust?

"In many ways and frank has become the poster child for the horrors of the Holocaust. Almost everyone has read. The published diary of the young girl who hid from the Nazis during their occupation of the Netherlands was arrested with the rest of her family during a rate of their secret annex and died of typhus with her sister in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp around this time in nineteen forty five through her published. Work a fifteen year old girl with hopes and dreams made the Holocaust accessible for young people her age and younger. I personally read the story of Anne Frank in eighth grade out loud on a cassette tape which my English teacher played for years to come because she wanted students to hear the story in a young girl's voice she did not even know. I was Jewish but that was more than three decades ago. And it's been seventy five years since Anne Frank died is an frank still a poster child for the Holocaust anymore. Has she been forgotten? Our producer Condo and I venture to a nearby college campus to Test Young People's knowledge. And here's what we heard. The anniversary of a well known figure is coming up and we WANNA know if you recognize her name and frank. I do recognize her name. Okay who wishes she was a teenager during the Holocaust. I believe she was living in Germany and she has become a figure in the American literary Canon and in American Academia. I believe because her diary was recovered which chronicled her efforts to stay hidden. When Nazi Germany was actively seeking out an executing Jews by sending them to concentration camps. I Know Anne Frank you know Anne Frank who is she she is. She was a young girl who during the Holocaust. She hid in the attic of someone's House. I don't know the details. And she wrote a diary that became very famous. How old are you? I'm nineteen nineteen. When did you learn about Anne? Frank I wanNA say like maybe fourth grade during elementary school. Oh that's a good question was a young girl who I guess. That's kind of her story. She was a young girl during during unfortunate time. Who's forced to hide? And you know we thankfully have her story because she documented it. How old are you? I'm seventeen so we're asking young people like yourself. If you know who Anne Frank is I don't know you do. Not so and frank was a young girl who was hidden. She was German born and grew up in the Netherlands and was Was Jewish and I think. Some of her story yeah. She wrote a diary and while she was in hiding and her father founded after the war and had it published as during the Holocaust during the Holocaust. Remember all right wonderful. She was Jewish kid who was alive during the Second World War. Very good passed away in a concentration camp. And when did you learn about Anne Frank? I think like three or four years ago. Wow and how old are you? I'm eleven so the name is Anne. Frank yes who is she? I don't know that much. I know this museum about her life. Okay all right Do you know where it is now. The family was arrested by the Nazis. She was taken to a concentration camp. That's where she died with her sister but her father survived and went back to the hiding place and his secretary had held onto her diary. And that was what was then published as the diary of a young girl and it was her account of being in hiding from the Nazis during World War Two. We have important anniversary coming up for a very well known figure and so. We're asking young people if they recognize the name ready and frank of course okay. Who is she and frank how she was the girl that was like hiding out? I remember reading the book like in Grade School. I barely remember the details. But I'm pretty sure she was like a little girl. Does hiding out for the Nazis as she was her diary book. Yeah so we're asking this because we want to know whether young people have forgotten and frank is how old are you? I'm twenty when did you learn about Anne Frank? I believe pretty early on definitely an elementary school third grade or something. I remember we were going through a very general history class and I believe she was a writer. I know that and she died. They discovered her books and all that and she was like making a diary or something about it the war so it was really important. Do you know how old she was when she died? Wall something very close. She was fifteen when she died. Did you read Anne Frank's diary when you were growing up or anything based on it? No I remember like learning about it at school. We're asking young people this question because we have to wonder like do people even know who and frank is. Feels like new information

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You Know Malala. Now, Meet Her Mentor Shiza.

Skimm'd from The Couch

10:15 min | 1 year ago

You Know Malala. Now, Meet Her Mentor Shiza.

"We welcome Shiva Shahad to skimmed from the couch. She is a social entrepreneur activist and investor before four founding now ventures a seed fund for mission driven companies and our place an ECOMMERCE company. She's a CO founded the Malala Fund listeners. Maino Malala Story. I'm sure you do. She was a student and an advocate for girls' education in Pakistan and survived being shot in the head by the Taliban Malala Malala then became one of the most powerful voices for peace in the world and by her side. She has a harness the power of Melilla Story and created a global full nonprofit to advance the education of girls around the world. Shizue has focused her life and career on making the world a better place and we are very excited to have her with us. Today welcomed skin from the couch. I'm so excited to be here. I Love Skim thank you we were just saying. This is our first interview of the decades. So what are we to kick off. I'm very curious you such an impressive resume and you've done so many things that we're going to get into but what is not on your linked in profile that we should know about you. I think that I Show up a lot. You know as I look at my career path and the things that I've done. It's very often been a decision to show up in the moment if I were to draw a line through all of the startups. The projects whether in the nonprofit space or investing is often been sparked by an article. I read in the newspaper or somebody that came Aiman reached out for help and asked me to join them or an issue that I saw in an industry and I'll sort of decide. Maybe there's something I can do to help. And it leads me down this path of founding a nonprofit when I had no intention or going back to back assigned to secretly create a summer camp com for girls being denied an education or founding. Unethical sustainable cookware line. It always starts with the sort of fire in my belly this passion and very often in a sense of anger when there's injustice so yeah I guess I would just call myself a serial show or upper I like that. That's a good good take on a card Let's start with how you grew up because my first question is you have done amazing things that hopefully will have a lasting impact in the world but worry like a kid Roy your family like what kind of education you have you grew up in Islamabad. I was a quiet kid I grew up in a loving home in the capital of Pakistan Islamabad. I come from modest. self-made family I was fortunate. I was given a good education and tremendous amount of support from my parents but I was also growing up in a country that has many social challenges. It's ranked the second can worst place to be born a woman. It has a second highest number of children out of school in the entire world. And I think I recognized that difference that I had so much opportunity in most girls and women didn't and I wanted to understand it so I ended up spending recognize that because your mom or your dad showed you that or does something you observed on your own. I don't think my parents pushed me towards it. They are charitable and generous. Actually we run an orphanage now but at the time that I was growing up they were you know working hard to build a life for their family. They didn't impose it on me. They sort of gave me a lot of space to be myself You said you were shy and curious. What would bring you out of your Shell? I think the space to be myself so my siblings are ten in eight years older answered big personalities and so in their presence. I think I was very quiet. And then I got very involved in social activism work and when I did that It felt like it was my space to speak up. I sort of found my voice you know. Is this weird activist child child you know organizing protests and giving interviews and getting really involved. I'm very curious going up in Pakistan and this wise has this was a pre nine eleven Pakistan these social opportunities for women were never strong as you mentioned with those alarming stats but it was also different than Pakistan. That we've known in the last twenty years. You know all kids dream about what are you going to be when you grow up. And I'm also an astronaut president. An actor writer doctor. Did you dream like what you're GonNa be when you grow up. I wanted to make a real difference particularly in my home country. I wanted to make things better for women for people who were oppressed because they were perhaps of a different faith or within within Islam. I wanted to make a change through storytelling through nonprofit work through empowering and employing women and you know the thing about being young. Is You really believe in absolutes. And when you get passionate about making a difference when you're young and you see this. Now I think with the rise of teenage activists in America's well it's all consuming it is a sense of right and wrong and a deep passion about fighting injustice. And that was me growing up you now. My friends were sneaking out to parties and I was sneaking out to protest and Yeah are your parents like we wish he would just go to a party. I I think so. I remember once I stunk. Up to protest and It was a small protest so my face. I was photographed and put on the front page of the national. The House like walking around the House hiding the newspaper. And then my my dad got a phone call in the front page of the newspaper and they laughed about about in. That was when I knew that while they wanted me to be safe I could probably get away with it as long as I was safe. You ended up coming to the. US for college. You went to Stanford I'm really Makarius. What that transition must have been like coming from Pakistan thrown into the heart of tech entrepreneurship? I'm just fascinated what that transition must have been like for you. Yeah it was. It was hard it was hard not because it was American culture. That was foreign to me American culture. So pervasive evasive united grownup washing friends and cheers. And there's no you do not watch shares. I did know because I love cheers. And you make fun of me for liking it. I still watching coaching it. Okay well I I watched whatever was available you know they would package these. TV shows and like send them over to Pakistan and they would advertise all. These American can products that weren't available in Pakistan yet like dominoes pizza. I grew up being advertised. Domino's pizza I've never had it in my head. Yeah I feel like in my head. It's better than it will be so. That's pretty good It's gotten a lot better College is a time when people you're going to school to discover who they are here. You are already kind of a step ahead in terms of you know that you're passionate about things you have grown up protesting testing and then you fly across the world to go to school. Yeah I mean it was hard because it was this very undergraduate focused experience right Stanford Sanford is a. It's a college town. There's no sadie where you can sort of. Go Out and hang out with non undergraduates who are doing other things and immersed in the world and I think I had one other Cassani in my class and I was sort of you know on this path and I felt very sure of it now to be clear I didn't have it all figured out right in my path would change tremendously in the years. That followed So it was hard on the one hand on the other hand it was a tremendous privilege. I mean here I was now in a school wall then made me part of a exclusive club that put me in a class of twenty students with Condoleeza Rice. The your she left office so now I was just as you know. Middle Class girl from Pakistan had all this access and opportunity and I felt that I had to use that platform to amplify the stories in bacchus on that I was hearing during that perhaps other people in America weren't so it sort of lit a fire in my belly that was there was even deeper. Had your siblings gone to school outside of Pakistan yes so my sister had studied in the US for her master's my brother had started out in Pakistan and then transferred two years then. When did you first hear the name Malala? So I was sitting in my dorm room at Stanford I was reading about the insurgency in Pakistan. which at the time was probably at its peak? Sort of what you're awfully. She's has an nine two thousand eight. Actually actually I would say. There is a town in the north of Pakistan that at the time had been taken over by group linked to the Taliban it's called Swap Valley and the Taliban Alabama become increasingly violent had begun blowing up girls schools and in January. Two thousand nine declared an all-out ban on female education in the Swat Valley so here I was getting incredible education in less than three hundred miles from where I grew up. Girls we're being told they couldn't go to school and it felt deeply personal and it felt like a story that I could amplify to make a difference so I was studying it reading up about it and I came upon a diary written by a schoolgirl from the Swat valley. And she roach this is my plea to the world. Save my school. Save my swamp valley and I was just shook to my core four of the diary of Anne Frank and I began to research to figure out who this girl was and I got to know that she was a little girl. Names Malala and her father other Zero Dean Ron School. I don't even recall how but I called my contacts and bags on and said I want to know who this girl is and I. I remember calling her father from my dorm room at Stanford and just being like Hi. Here's who I am.

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"anne frank" Discussed on UN News

UN News

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"anne frank" Discussed on UN News

"This is Matt wells. You're news, the chestnut tree that Anne Frank could see from her famous attic, hiding place in Amsterdam during the second World War was seen by the young girl is a symbol of hope and the natural world that she longed to touch again, considered a living symbol of both and francs legacy and of the values embodied by the United Nations, a sapling descended from that very tree was planted in the gardens of UN headquarters in New York on Wednesday the ceremony organized by the holocaust and the United Nations outreach program, marked, what would have been an Franks. Ninetieth birthday had. She survived the holocaust. Sharon Douglas CEO of the Anne, Frank center, immature respect which donated the sapling spoke to you and uses Anna Kamo about the legacy of Anne Frank and how her example can help new generations to come two thousand ten the tree behind the annex died, and this was a tree is on a quote since said, from my favorite splat on the floor. I look up at the blue sky and the bear chestnut. Trey on whose branches little raindrops chine appearing, like silver, and at the seagulls and other birds as they glide on the wind. I firmly believe that nature brings solace in all troubles and Frank diary of young girl. February twenty third nineteen forty four and found solace in the beautiful horse chestnut tree, that was outside the annex window in two thousand ten the tree died. It was about two hundred years old, and small pieces of it. Saplings were given throughout the world, the United States received twenty we put them in the department of agriculture to be kept so that they would free of fungus and mold. And then we sent out requests to large institutions throughout the United States, asking them if they met the mission of an Frank tolerance, social Justice. Fighting against hatred and prejudice. And we reviewed them and chose eleven sites. Because several of the saplings had died, one of the sites was the west lawn of the capitol of the United States, which I planted with Harry Reid. Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi Eric cantor, and we all went to statuary hall in made beautiful speeches about Anne Frank. Another words that the Clinton foundation, another was at the Indianapolis children's museum on another was at. Sonoma's state university. Michigan holocaust center Boise a holocaust center KYW, Yuga state holocaust center, nine eleven liberty park, Boston common in the centre of Boston common. And we saved one for this most spacious occasion, hoping that the United Nations in honor of Hans ninetieth birthday would accept it. How did the that process came across it was done with Iran all cost outreach program? Yes, it was actually I sent a letter to the to the secretary general, and you said, yes. And sell the process began almost a year ago and the end Frank center for mutual respect has partnered with the holocaust and outreach program from the United Nations for many years now, we participate in, in many programs. They have for holocaust remembrance day for Kristallnacht. We present workshops and programs. And so today, we appointing that sapling, which an looked up at and drew such solace, and hope for freedom, and it was her only way of seeing freedom. We at the end francs sent to blend the past the present mused the writings, her writings, her beautiful writings in her diary, as, as a hopeful plan for young people to see that there is a future, and they can dream and hope that they will be a better world that they will be hope unity and peace. And this tree symbolizes it. And we hope that. The United Nations, it will stand and all that, fizz, it, it will be inspired as many before the end. Frank diary has been in existence for seventy two years just after Otto. Frank found the diary and published it about five years later, the United Nations was formed so that diary, and the United Nations is sort of a union of hope and unity and peace. What's the main message the to have or the two aim to pass to the young generation to the youth onto of raising more awareness to not have so much aid speeds that it's on the rise, and racism, what's the main message that your center tries to communicate, specifically with the youth? It was auto Frank stream that Anne Frank's diary, become an educational piece pure education to look at this literary piece, which has been scholars have have dissect it each. Each word and to learn from the Catholic chosen words that she chose that we can teach through Diring through understanding. Our inner thoughts through being able to teach we teach students to react in different ways to volatile situations. We hope that through our exhibits, and our workshops and classes that we go into schools with that students will be able to express themselves. We have artists in residency programs where we use the diary to allow students to portray themselves and then write a poem about themselves. And we have found that teachers have said when finished after eight to ten weeks. I never knew my students, and the strangest thing is that when Otto Frank read the diary, he said, I never knew my daughter. And so we're fulfilling his dream by just demonstrating that we do Theatro. Pieces where we teach students how to deal with Boeing how to be an, you know, an up Stander had to be an ally, how to recognize certain situations had to learn about diversity social so we, we teach auto Frank stream of of taking the past and teaching it in the future, and that we will forever be grateful for his preserving and finding the diary. And, and for printing it, it's the largest printed book of the bible. It's translated into over seventy languages is, she is symbolic of all that is good and the fight against evil. So that you can always find good and things. If you look forward, I know that this is not the first time that you are at the United Nations, but today's very special, they and Frank would be turning ninety years old. Yes. Indeed, twelve June. What are your main feelings of being here and such a, a Representative date for me, personally, it's very. A very emotional. And I'll tell you why part of my family is English. And my cousins being sit Klug many years ago in the sixties went to visit the house, and they were so impressed. My cousin be wrote a poem called the ballad van Frank that poem, somehow got into auto Frank's hands at a business meeting that my cousin said was that, and it was actually his son-in-law. Eva, Schloss husband, who brought it to Otto his father in law, and they met together one night in my in my cousin's home in Bournemouth on Shabbat evening, and the Anne, Frank educational trust was begun. And so, my family, my extended family in London has been a part of the Anne Frank and hence, I have been part of the Anne Frank for basically my whole life. And it was wonderful that the end Frank educational trust of which my cousin because the president and founder is part of my family like a say, so this is something that I can do she passed away about. Two and a half years ago or so. And I feel very honored that I can continue that here in the United States..

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Spiritof Anne Frank celebrated with tree planting at UN headquarters

UN News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Spiritof Anne Frank celebrated with tree planting at UN headquarters

"The chestnut tree that Anne Frank could see from her famous attic, hiding place in Amsterdam during the second World War was seen by the young girl is a symbol of hope and the natural world that she longed to touch again, considered a living symbol of both and francs legacy and of the values embodied by the United Nations, a sapling descended from that very tree was planted in the gardens of UN headquarters in New York on Wednesday the ceremony organized by the holocaust and the United Nations outreach program, marked, what would have been an Franks. Ninetieth birthday had. She survived the holocaust.

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"She's still in school, and I told her she goes, no, wait a minute. Did you notice how he said in school? He didn't say what kind is she in high school don't lie. She. She. Art. Oh, so we're going to we're going to underage jokes now. No, no, no. We're not going there at all. No, just kidding college. She's young. She's a great girl college. She goes to school in San Diego. I don't really want to share. No, it's. Around there. Yeah. There's only one colleagues there. You know what I'm saying? Yes. Yeah. School. But yeah, she's great. And you know, we've been together since before it all started. So it's like, you know, she gets the gig. She likes other sneakers or she like, hey, bro. Honestly, like, I buy her sneakers, but she wears them. She thinks oh, these are cute cute. Whatever cute kitten. Kitten heel fucking Buddy's wife picks who she's gonna root for in football that you're based on who has the best outfits. I get it. The the one person that is picked all of March madness. 'cause we obviously we have support show. There's only one person to do it who's one that million dollar ESPN challenge. And it was a girl and had she knew nothing about sports. She picked by mascots the whole entire thing. And she won the million. They had her on the following year to redo it. She picked like three teams out of sixty. Yeah. That's mad funny. It's ridiculous. Crazy, dick Yetlis. I mean. Yeah, she's cool. She she gets it. Like, I have all my friends and family full support now because you know, it's grown into something bigger than just like an Instagram. It's my it's my business. It's like, yeah. I have a business. I've business license. Everything Chit totally man tax kids out there wondering what they're going do. And all this stuff if you can really. Follow your passion. And something your passion about make money off of it. You're certainly a living example of it so shit to be a fan of sneakers and then turn it into a six figure job. And that's all you do is travel around the world pretty incredible. Yeah. Man. I don't take a second of for granted. So I think the man upstairs like almost every day. So when people say America's not great again, it is DJ T Donald Trump. That's shut up. My dad. But it's true. Like if you told me, let's say five years ago five years ago. Hey, man, I'm gonna do to super in his sneakers and he's making six figures posing pictures of it. Gofundme? But now we're saying. Dude, this is real life. I never take it off, by the way. Even after this. Of course, I walked in with it on eat with it on I drink with it on your bedroom with you. Say bang with never take it off putting glued to my. Woman's mouth. End of the show starts to get real door starts to get to here. I wanna hear I wanna hear off air everybody. Find you on social media, all my handles, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, everything is easy to YouTube dot com slash easy. Bus every easy bus. Thanks for being here Super Bowl weekend. Man. Thanks for having good, dude. Man. Follow his shit super thing account minutes and his YouTube channels, great greatly. Appreciate you being here. Thank you Zander. We're gonna get another answer of where you're just picking up these women. I gotta know that gotta know Zander and shot up to h factor. Water. They've been with us all weekend for all the Super Bowl. Look, if you're hung over like, we are every single this is it this is this is the water that keeps you going. Thank you again for being here for Danny Holloway. I'm Ron Patterson. Good night. Everyone.

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"If he walked in the door like the non gay way the hottest dude on the planet that guy doesn't need to be raping anybody. They're throwing pussy attack guy. When I hear like that. I'm like come on. Although, you know, if you pitch me somebody like, you know, who's missing like nine teeth or something then that'd be probably a Raper that guy though on. I know how much would it be to get a pair of messianic leads? No clue. No I've ever tried on. No. I never tried. Actually. That's one thing. I probably should look into vision board, brother. Hey, Josh a copy the secret on DVD that I brought give him the DVD the secret really if you put your mind to it. We've also got some construction paper that you can you can print out some pictures, and we'll make your vision board right now. Get it. Have you met messy? I haven't f c Barcelona was like my favorite soccer team growing up. It was always my favorite soccer team. My grand from what Bulgaria? Yeah. Like, that's my my roots. My roots are Bulgarian. So my grandpa was a professional soccer player. Bulgaria's not in Spain. No, not at all. Not nowhere close up is all soccer. So so in Bulgaria, there's three soccer teams. I mean, there's a lot more than three, but like three main ones, and they all suck. So I always I was a big Rinaldini fan growing up too. So naturally I liked FC Barcelona fuck Madrid. Sure. But like, I just think messages such a class act man like so humble Fussell's. Good is great. Fucking disease or some shit. Yeah. When they signed him. It was like eight years old. He said against treatment for. Leo. I'm kidding. All know what it was. But it was something to do. Whatever was stunted, his height and shit. He got hormone steroid therapy. Yeah. So by was thirteen he was on the juniors team. But from even before he was actually on the team they were like signing him to stop giving them treatments and shit. Really? I don't know how you see talent like that. But some literally like he and he and Rinaldo with the two best. A message the best soccer player of all time to SAM's down between the handle hands down one more golden boots though. Messy. No messy messy MRIs one. More more easily more Belinda yours and more golden boots to ninety percent. Sure. One hundred percent sure about the balloon or but I don't know about the boot. By the way, the exact opposite thing is child. Like, the doctors are like this kid is really fucking beautiful to Manley. Yeah. S you strong. And they were like we're worried if he keeps growing at this pace. You know, girls could be killing themselves on the streets things like that. So I had to take some stuff to really stunt my down for five straight years. A lot of they were like look make him walk with his wrist like this everywhere. And I was like, oh why they try to like fem me up a little they were worried. I was just too great of a man what happened now you're into kitten heel. So maybe it had some kind of lasting. Look at. The ruby red athlete wise today currently playing who you met that you like and hung out with where you're like guys dope. Shit. I would probably say. Of the Lakers players at all visas. You buck do but's that's your. That's your boy is my boy, he's right now, he's the Lynch pin in the straight to New Orleans happened there like everybody zoo Botts, dude. I know he's a be their center. He's my age twenty one twenty. He's twenty one years old anyone he's like three months older than me. What do you like savage? They're going to get them. No, no. They're not going to get rid of. He was it was what they do. Do you leave and go start support New Orleans? I mean, I don't know. He'll always be my boy. But I hope he stays in LA 'cause I've always been a Lakers fan my whole life. I was always a big Kobe fan like. I guess my favorite. Oh, yeah. I don't I don't get down on the brunt. Don't. He's game is ugly to me where the shot looks herky-jerky. There's nothing pretty about the Braun going ball for years the scars to that's hair replacement what he's been doing..

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Can you imagine Jordan Sean up wearing a fucking Birger Z fuck now that'll get you right now. I'm a professional murder, of course, by way, Danes killed hundreds of people in more with the faces in the closet. Right. Well, or is that a different hundred people? Yeah. Wow. I've never killed. Anyone? I hurt someone's feelings once anyways. Let's let's get back to that. Never nothing. What do you wear today? Dan. I'm wearing on running the fucker those they're fucking Swiss symbols, comfortable shoe. I've ever worn. I don't even know what that do. You know, what that is? They're not no one in the fucking. We got the we got the sneaker king ever. Ever have never seen. No one sports. Whereas these it's all like hiking wears those, Dan, no human wares. Everyone in my office. What do you do in those shoes? What are those four? I kick my legs up over the top of my head and pound off and my own face. I get that. But what do you do with them real life like good for hiking running do anything nothing? Yeah. You're an alcoholic would've looked and I'm gonna do. If I get up to the top of mountains gonna fall off. Shit. Yeah. I want. If if I'm if I'm going. Us. Like, I want those those Bruno Magli that OJ wore that night. Oh, man. That's an Frank to day from an amateur murder. I might take some shoes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They do shit like that where they save the clothes and the whole thing's. All right, cool, man. I could get X right now, they're been auctioning off a bunch of two pox shit. So like to pocket let love letters from jail. Closed jewelry. They sell this car actually like things like that. So we're going back in time. I want to OJ Bruno Magli from the scene, obviously, I know he's still looking for the real killer out there. So I know let's not get in the way that investigation. Of course, probably those MJ shoes from when he moonwalked, okay? I want to I want the red ruby slippers from wizard of Oz. That's a personal thing because I wouldn't wear those out. There is some outfits where I I wanna feel flirty, and I wanna feel young again the way it makes your calves and ask. Nice kitten heel. Portent of clippers. I want a little bit a lifts. But nothing flashy enough to where it's like, oh my God. He's probably not six three. He's got a little kitten heel. I don't want people guessing of LEGO. He wears lifts. Just something polite enough for it's like each trendy. Yeah. And then I would say last, but not least probably Keller shoes Helen Keller shoes. We're all sit. She she won't kill. She walks. A lot she figured at the fuck out, whatever she was wearing had been really. Yeah. I mean, she lived at broom closet for three years. So you can imagine how important her shades. No that that story's true, Dan. I is it. I don't think so. No, it's not confirmed. Frank keller. No, J M J. Those are the shoes that I want in my closet. I think any sneaker head of you got bored homie, I know conflicted. Visit board the alternate. If your sneaker head if you posted those Bruna magazine, you'd be like do these OJ ninety four's of murder shoes. Beat me, you know, use tossup a double bird people. Flex for me. Waltz would be too high to put those shoes on and go find a white woman beater to death with a shovel. Oh boy. Welcome to drink and broS. We're getting. I should've worn that. Man, I'm not even a rapper, and I'm just dropping bombs on the show today. Who's your who's your favorite sports? So right now. Real life wise. Linda messy, really? Yeah. He and his dad he'd getting sued for tax evasion. All those by the way. So. Renaldo going on. I think it's the government over there because they play in so many different countries, but their home country wants that taxable sheet near lake those into jail, you can give a seventeen million. And it's just like I fuck off guys are making. I don't think like messy or Rinaldo were physically doing their taxes. Exactly. So it's not it's, you know, I don't know what's going on in Rinaldo has a rape case right now to like all all that stuff Vegas. And let's face it. If a lot the last person needs to be raven people's were no though Jesus Christ. I'd lose my wife in two seconds..

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Can you imagine Jordan Sean up wearing a fucking Birger Z fuck now that'll get you right now. I'm a professional murder, of course, by way, Danes killed hundreds of people in more with the faces in the closet. Right. Well, or is that a different hundred people? Yeah. Wow. I've never killed. Anyone? I hurt someone's feelings once anyways. Let's let's get back to that. Never nothing. What do you wear today? Dan. I'm wearing on running the fucker those they're fucking Swiss symbols, comfortable shoe. I've ever worn. I don't even know what that do. You know, what that is? They're not no one in the fucking. We got the we got the sneaker king ever. Ever have never seen. No one sports. Whereas these it's all like hiking wears those, Dan, no human wares. Everyone in my office. What do you do in those shoes? What are those four? I kick my legs up over the top of my head and pound off and my own face. I get that. But what do you do with them real life like good for hiking running do anything nothing? Yeah. You're an alcoholic would've looked and I'm gonna do. If I get up to the top of mountains gonna fall off. Shit. Yeah. I want. If if I'm if I'm going. Us. Like, I want those those Bruno Magli that OJ wore that night. Oh, man. That's an Frank to day from an amateur murder. I might take some shoes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They do shit like that where they save the clothes and the whole thing's. All right, cool, man. I could get X right now, they're been auctioning off a bunch of two pox shit. So like to pocket let love letters from jail. Closed jewelry. They sell this car actually like things like that. So we're going back in time. I want to OJ Bruno Magli from the scene, obviously, I know he's still looking for the real killer out there. So I know let's not get in the way that investigation. Of course, probably those MJ shoes from when he moonwalked, okay? I want to I want the red ruby slippers from wizard of Oz. That's a personal thing because I wouldn't wear those out. There is some outfits where I I wanna feel flirty, and I wanna feel young again the way it makes your calves and ask. Nice kitten heel. Portent of clippers. I want a little bit a lifts. But nothing flashy enough to where it's like, oh my God. He's probably not six three. He's got a little kitten heel. I don't want people guessing of LEGO. He wears lifts. Just something polite enough for it's like each trendy. Yeah. And then I would say last, but not least probably Keller shoes Helen Keller shoes. We're all sit. She she won't kill. She walks. A lot she figured at the fuck out, whatever she was wearing had been really. Yeah. I mean, she lived at broom closet for three years. So you can imagine how important her shades. No that that story's true, Dan. I is it. I don't think so. No, it's not confirmed. Frank keller. No, J M J. Those are the shoes that I want in my closet. I think any sneaker head of you got bored homie, I know conflicted. Visit board the alternate. If your sneaker head if you posted those Bruna magazine, you'd be like do these OJ ninety four's of murder shoes. Beat me, you know, use tossup a double bird people. Flex for me. Waltz would be too high to put those shoes on and go find a white woman beater to death with a shovel. Oh boy. Welcome to drink and broS. We're getting. I should've worn that. Man, I'm not even a rapper, and I'm just dropping bombs on the show today. Who's your who's your favorite sports? So right now. Real life wise. Linda messy, really? Yeah. He and his dad he'd getting sued for tax evasion. All those by the way. So. Renaldo going on. I think it's the government over there because they play in so many different countries, but their home country wants that taxable sheet near lake those into jail, you can give a seventeen million. And it's just like I fuck off guys are making. I don't think like messy or Rinaldo were physically doing their taxes. Exactly. So it's not it's, you know, I don't know what's going on in Rinaldo has a rape case right now to like all all that stuff Vegas. And let's face it. If a lot the last person needs to be raven people's were no though Jesus Christ. I'd lose my wife in two seconds..

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Joe shoe you ever wear in your entire life. Literally. I wear them every single day not a bunch of colors. But but yeah. So I just you know, I got these specifically for the Super Bowl. That's amazing. Yeah. The only the only fake thing that I bought that. I got I got caught on like in public was a huge George Washington fan. So I bought what I thought were his original wooden teeth. Yeah. I remember this. Yeah. Turns out they weren't they weren't as he was bras wearing wooden teeth for six months, and they weren't even they weren't even George Washington. Wouldn t stupid. I'm a huge fan. That emotion wouldn t that everywhere, and I was like man is beautiful George Washington. First president. And then somebody took a photo was like this mother fuckers weren't fake, George Washington teeth. I hate him. I took out these teeth so real bad about it turns out the original he was actually buried with. So I can't buy those out though, probably. Face to face. I like wooden teeth back. There's been dead for two hundred years. I don't think it's face. Look Michael before he was touching kids. He got the elephant man bones. I don't understand why I can't have George Washington's wooden teeth here. Just keep them in a nice case where we're going to the Super Bowl night where I'm out instead of instead of special occasions. Especially where wouldn't teeth to fuck in? That's a flex though. I huge huge flex. I'd have a like some type of exterminator. Over to to be like is there? Termites in the area. If not I'm not wearing the wooden teeth outs. Like, I didn't want to risk it. Risk George Washington wouldn't deep thou. After you've been through all this gotten so emotionally invested. Can you imagine losing those windy? Yeah. That'd be a killer. Besides the Anne, Frank nineteen forty one's what what's the shoe, the if you can go back in time, you wish you had. With an Frankel live in nineteen forty one. We're going to Google, but what's your? Anybody's shoe from history. Who would it be like their their personal pair? She died Forty-five five. So those forty ones would probably be like when she was on the move. The Frank forty ones is what I'd like to have. I think. Well, I don't think I could say the same. But those are probably fire straight fire. Well, are you talking like like any sneaker or like that person's shoe any? Yeah. That humans, Hugh. Okay. I would probably say. Andre the giants boot from wrestlemainia. The one who slammed body slams I want that giant boot. I wanna wear that around. There was an it's just the one booth by the way. Yeah. This is true story, by the way is. My my roommate in L A too commercial for Shaquille O'Neal. And so he was shocked was infamously known for autographing his gigantic size twenty ones and then giving them out. So we have one of those China's shack shoes like in my house forever. It took up a whole shelf. That's how big it was. And I was like oh, right. Cool man, that's Shaq's shoe, and we had it for like ten years, and it was an ongoing running joke of like, you know, my children were conceived in that. It never died. Anybody in human history. One shoe go. Maybe Michael Jordan's original Jordan one roof, maybe one. Yeah. It's crazy. My friend dre than when I was talking about the mob boss allegedly allegedly allegedly. He owns the original Space Jam sneaker. The Michael Jordan wore in the movie, the movie, that's awesome. It's worth two hundred and fifty thousand sure what about you, Danny anybody? I don't give a flock about any of that. I bet you want some murder. No, that's I mean, other murders like anyone Dwight Eisenhower's shoe that he did. No, no, nothing. Here's the thing with what you just said, you know, NBA players all suck in each other's Dicks now like LeBron serenading ex team mates and shit. Exactly. I'm not into that. Man. Don't I'm not a hater a huge hater, actually. Antiquated. I don't know anybody. More people than I don't know why even said that. It's definitely not true. But anyway, immediately retract like, I respect other murders for sure, but I'm I'm not gonna wear there..

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Joe shoe you ever wear in your entire life. Literally. I wear them every single day not a bunch of colors. But but yeah. So I just you know, I got these specifically for the Super Bowl. That's amazing. Yeah. The only the only fake thing that I bought that. I got I got caught on like in public was a huge George Washington fan. So I bought what I thought were his original wooden teeth. Yeah. I remember this. Yeah. Turns out they weren't they weren't as he was bras wearing wooden teeth for six months, and they weren't even they weren't even George Washington. Wouldn t stupid. I'm a huge fan. That emotion wouldn t that everywhere, and I was like man is beautiful George Washington. First president. And then somebody took a photo was like this mother fuckers weren't fake, George Washington teeth. I hate him. I took out these teeth so real bad about it turns out the original he was actually buried with. So I can't buy those out though, probably. Face to face. I like wooden teeth back. There's been dead for two hundred years. I don't think it's face. Look Michael before he was touching kids. He got the elephant man bones. I don't understand why I can't have George Washington's wooden teeth here. Just keep them in a nice case where we're going to the Super Bowl night where I'm out instead of instead of special occasions. Especially where wouldn't teeth to fuck in? That's a flex though. I huge huge flex. I'd have a like some type of exterminator. Over to to be like is there? Termites in the area. If not I'm not wearing the wooden teeth outs. Like, I didn't want to risk it. Risk George Washington wouldn't deep thou. After you've been through all this gotten so emotionally invested. Can you imagine losing those windy? Yeah. That'd be a killer. Besides the Anne, Frank nineteen forty one's what what's the shoe, the if you can go back in time, you wish you had. With an Frankel live in nineteen forty one. We're going to Google, but what's your? Anybody's shoe from history. Who would it be like their their personal pair? She died Forty-five five. So those forty ones would probably be like when she was on the move. The Frank forty ones is what I'd like to have. I think. Well, I don't think I could say the same. But those are probably fire straight fire. Well, are you talking like like any sneaker or like that person's shoe any? Yeah. That humans, Hugh. Okay. I would probably say. Andre the giants boot from wrestlemainia. The one who slammed body slams I want that giant boot. I wanna wear that around. There was an it's just the one booth by the way. Yeah. This is true story, by the way is. My my roommate in L A too commercial for Shaquille O'Neal. And so he was shocked was infamously known for autographing his gigantic size twenty ones and then giving them out. So we have one of those China's shack shoes like in my house forever. It took up a whole shelf. That's how big it was. And I was like oh, right. Cool man, that's Shaq's shoe, and we had it for like ten years, and it was an ongoing running joke of like, you know, my children were conceived in that. It never died. Anybody in human history. One shoe go. Maybe Michael Jordan's original Jordan one roof, maybe one. Yeah. It's crazy. My friend dre than when I was talking about the mob boss allegedly allegedly allegedly. He owns the original Space Jam sneaker. The Michael Jordan wore in the movie, the movie, that's awesome. It's worth two hundred and fifty thousand sure what about you, Danny anybody? I don't give a flock about any of that. I bet you want some murder. No, that's I mean, other murders like anyone Dwight Eisenhower's shoe that he did. No, no, nothing. Here's the thing with what you just said, you know, NBA players all suck in each other's Dicks now like LeBron serenading ex team mates and shit. Exactly. I'm not into that. Man. Don't I'm not a hater a huge hater, actually. Antiquated. I don't know anybody. More people than I don't know why even said that. It's definitely not true. But anyway, immediately retract like, I respect other murders for sure, but I'm I'm not gonna wear there..

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"And then like how did everybody start falling as actually similar to that? First of all. Thank you. I don't really think that I'm as big as I guess, I eight hundred goddamn thousand followers. I mean. That's amazing blessing. Yeah. It's been a blessing so far. But the way it really started was I actually had a fake pair yeezy. My I got him for. My birthday as a present. And ended up being fake. And I didn't know that they were fake because I always tell myself, I don't wanna wear any fiction. I'm not like the type of dude fake it till you make it. I don't really care if people wear shit as long as they own up to it fake, Rolex, whatever. But just say aids fake don't try to pretend like it's real right? So anyway, got this fake pair easies for my birthday. Ended up finding out their fake return them because we got them from EBay because he bays don't buy sneakers from EBay ever. Are. They typically fake on a lot of fakes on EBay, and especially this shoe in particular. There's a lot of fakes of. Gotcha. So anyway, so when the being fake win the returning got the money back, and then I got a job at Starbucks. I started working at Starbucks for year saved up a bunch of money ended up buying a real pair off of Craigslist. But I did my research. So I knew everything about the shoe like I knew like what materials it was made of how it's supposed to smell. How it's supposed to look like what to look for because I'm like what if I'm going to get a pair of easy. It'd better be fucking real. So work my ass off for a year like a kept like putting money to my easy fund, essentially because I just wanted to pair so bad. And like did you have a piggy Bank that looked like easy's head or anything? I mean, it'll be RAD man that actually would be. Yeah. With money in it or Kim kardashian's asks or something. The folks at home, I through may I may I need to wrap that shit. Just getting pink Janu are your. So you put up the first post, and then we'll so actually what happened was I ended up buying the real pair. And then I compared the real one to the fake, and I was like, okay. Well, did they actually weren't good fakes? But really good these days, but long story short. It was a big fan of fake watch. Buster have you ever heard of fake watch this? So for people who don't always pays the calls people who are fake, watches Rolexes picket, particularly all had him. And I went to NYU we used to buy those all the time, and she's like some of them you can spot real easy came game in New York for like who's wearing fake shit. Yeah. Guys account blew up, and then you replicate the shoe business. Yeah. So basically, like when I had when I was when I bought the real shoe, I was walking around my campus at school, and like I just saw so many other people learn fakes, and they were telling girls that they were real those pissing me off because I was like damn I paid a lot of money.

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"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"You don't need it. Your Drake already like drop. That track. I knew push t was going to probably fucking murder him on that song. And that's what happened and to me. It almost took the mystique away with kind of like Tiger Woods sich where it was just like. Oh, man. All right. Maybe drake. Isn't that? Great. Yeah. I don't know, man. I think I think Drake should have responded because that was literally like the biggest thing on the internet like right after that he could. Because if he did then push drops. Let's push it. She drops another one absolutely crushes him. Yeah. Then you're for two and look Drake went through this himself with meek mill true against me murdered him across the board. Yeah. There was almost no coming back for me unless you have that jail sich if he's stuck in jail. And then everybody was rooting for him in jail reform on that shit gets outs. Then they come together and make it song. And all that stuff. You've almost kind of forgotten about it now with the back to back, but with the push t song, I don't forget man, still a workout mix for me. I'm like, that's always fire. I know it's crazy. So I don't know. I wish to me. I probably I wish that Drake never would've even did any distracts whatsoever. And then just continue to be a pop star. 'cause Drake in my opinion. We win that still drop in fucking bangers that you listen to in a club or or like the rest of this, Dan, Zoll Mungo shits. We it's all soundcloud, rappers just like men you. We talk about post Malone, obviously, I think you're you're friends with him. We got to meet, Twenty-one savage. We try to have him on the show wind up getting back state pashas with twenty one savage, and it's like that style of rapping. She's so much money. A lot. Change. I'm just ma'am doing shit. He Ford to be alive. It's still slaps though nine does. You're like, man. Do you have a pulse? Averages smile and excited about something. Like something weird. And all where you're like. All right. Cool you're alive. Still. You're a human with a pulse. I have one story actually twenty one savage. So. Postie came to San Diego. And I was over. He was and backstage post was getting ready getting dressed and stuff and twenty one savage had just finished his set and Hughes fling to K like basketball. Yeah. And I sat down with him like run it. Right. Totally kick my ass. I lost forty points..

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"anne frank" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Dictionary dot com the past few years, I think true teen was supposedly there's their word one year, and that was just a gag by. Stephen colbert. Yeah. I don't know who cares about the word of the year anymore. It's like the people who have there's word of the day calendars. It's just a weird version of that where any dictionary dot com, though. I don't think it's Webster's. I think it's one of those sites that like throw shade. I think that they do like anti Trump staff. Yeah. They'll do just a left-wing site got the domain. You know, who who else did that the Anne Frank house? Do you know what I'm talking about? No. How's the time to leave on this? Sorry. Wait. What do you got who owns dictionary dot com? Matt Matt showed it to do their own thing. Okay. But there there are they primarily there to help people with definitions or are they kind of a left-wing group. Mat the the question the Anne Frank house. Okay. It was something that I think they finally did the guy the guy who is running the Anne Frank house. He. Somebody. But the Anne Frank center from usual respect. That's what this this group was okay and Frank center for mutual respect. And they would issue statements all the time like when Trump was running for president. They would say Anne Frank center for mutual respect condemns Donald Trump, and then people like even Frank centers condemning him, and then I look up in the Anne Frank center the guy who's running it. He's just a total democrat fundraiser, and he stole the name of the Anne Frank name for himself. And he you know, he made it into this left wing group. And I think they finally ousted the guy because he was just a political hack. But this is what people do is they they find their platform. And then they just you know, and the other I to criticize Trump furred fake news, supposedly they put out so much fake news. It's unbelievable. Yeah. We had a friend who made.

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"anne frank" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Of a week of of it's a trip it's a vacation when when you're not with your kids I just came. Off a week long, trip, with my wife, and I actually started the show with this on on Monday in Washington DC the. Most difficult thing of all time in, my mind is, attempting to get three. Children you have five yeah to take a photograph well I advice for me on on, how to how tall bribery right I. Had my kids I brought, five, kids we're in I, did shows in Europe to the, Anne Frank house I brought my five. Seven nine twelve and fourteen year old twelve. And. Fourteen year old understood you know a five and? A seven year old they don't understand this you know the seriousness this psalm bring atmosphere of. The Frank has like. My seven, year olds like do they have wifi here don't pass that at the. Anne Frank house you don't. Do that. At the end Frank house and but it's by the way I. Should point out the Frank house I bought tickets online I, googled, it, there the anthrax house has, four point four out of. Five. Stars who is giving a bad review to the. Anne Frank house it's. Like yeah it was. I thought, it was kinda boring is kinda crowded you know it's just. Didn't, say this is insane it's? Insane I went to the Anne Frank house. With my buddies this way before I was married, with, children and I made the mistake of doing the Heineken tour before. It oh my God You want to talk. About instant sobering That was a great, buzz, from the Heineken tour and then, yeah. That's, that'll that'll cure a buzz right well maybe that's the people. Who didn't give, it the five star by the way you. Know, we're talking, about traveling with family yes Otto Frank With his. Family for two, years like he didn't get to leave no. Ipad, either no It's so it's so creepy, you, can't even joke around about. Him that I know but I'm trying to figure out no. But not of the listen there are certain ones where you. Just leave it there by that's the whole thing. With my three kids just? They, couldn't they could? Not? Just, sit still, couldn't stand out do you have some pictures well you know what I yes I do but, then you have to delete. The. Other, twelve. Of the, single just to get the one you? Know there's high-class problems yeah yeah right I. Mean what did what did our parents do because it's like ours, is just not digital they didn't even. Know if it was a good picture back. That, but that's. Why Polaroid's were so fascinated you can actually see what, it looks like oh my gosh and. It all started with a conversation? About a vinyl a vinyl version? Of a noble ape what is this about for those you may not know, this special, is it really encompasses the last, year of my life which is been insane you. Know Last April. Was discovered my wife had? A, brain tumor and? Going, through, that experience. And then some traveling and I love stand up comedy I feel like I I keep getting, better at it and it's. Just. Kind, of. Rewarding to, kind of pull it together and a? Year how is your wife now she's great. I mean she's eighty percent of her which is you know a, normal humans had earned twenty percent but. It's it's an amazing it's an amazing journey. You, know we're. Very lucky all of us right here very lucky I, mean there was a year ago sitting. In a hospital you know or? Shuttling my wife to some doctor's? Appointment it makes you really appreciate you know how we are and how you? Can now Things. All around, begging people to buy it you go, begging people, to buy get it on the vinyl, Jim gaffer noble ape and. Then hotel Transylvania three. Summer vacation, I wanna take a sixty second break come. Back and. Talk about your SP's experience so sure and then you know, what you, what inside information from Jim gaffe again on. Nick foles is future oh yes we'll figure it all out back in sixty seconds Second round of the, open championship three leaders Kevin Kisner Zach Johnson Zander Lombard. All at six, under par two strokes back Rory mcilroy he finished today at four under par..

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"anne frank" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I just came off of a week of of it's a trip right vacation when when you're not with your kids, I just came off a week long trip with my wife, and I actually started the show at this on on Monday in Washington DC. The most difficult thing of all time in my mind is tempting to get three children. You have five. Yeah, to take a photograph. Oh, it's any advice for me on how to how how tall, bribery, right. I had my kids. I brought five kids a. We were in Idid chosen Europe to the Anne Frank house brought my five, seven, nine, twelve and fourteen year old, twelve and fourteen year old understood. You know of. Five and a seven year old. They don't understand this. You know, the seriousness, the this psalm, bring atmosphere of the end Franco's like my seven year olds. Like, do they have wifi here? Don't pass that at the Anne Frank house. You don't do that at the end Frank house, and, but it's by the way I should point out the end Frank house. I bought tickets online. Google that there are the end. Frank house has four point four out of five stars who is giving a bad review to the Anne Frank house. It's like, yeah, I thought it was kinda barring is kinda crowded. It's just didn't sane insane. It's insane. I went to the Anne Frank house with my buddies this way before I was married with children, and I made the mistake of doing the Heineken tour before it. Oh my God. I wanna talk about instant sobering. You know, that was I was just a great buzz from the Heineken tour and then yeah, that's that'll that'll cure a buzz right when maybe those are the people who didn't give it the five star. By the way, you know, we're talking about traveling with family, auto, Frank. With his family for two years like he didn't get to leave no ipad either. I mean, it's so it's so creepy can't even joked around about that. I know, but I'm trying to figure out. No, but none of the listen. There are certain ones where you just leave it there. That's the whole thing with my three kids just they couldn't. They could not just sit still couldn't stand for. So do you have some pictures? Well, you know what? I? Yes, I do, but then you have to delete the other twelve of the single just to get the one, you know there's high class problems. Yeah, these, yeah, right. I mean, what did what our parents do? It's like ours is just up digital then even know if it was a good picture back that, but that's why Polaroid's were so fascinated. You can actually see what it looks like. Oh, my gosh. And it all started with a conversation about of vinyl vinyl version of noble ape. What is this about for those who may not know this. Special is it really encompasses of the last year of my life which is been insane? You know, last Bros. discovered my wife had a brain tumor and going through that experience, and then some traveling and I, I mean, I love stand up comedy. I feel like I, I keep getting better at it and it. It's just kind of rewarding to kind of pull it together a year. How is your wife now? She's great. She's eighty percent of her which is, you know, a normal humans hundred twenty percent, but it's it's an amazing, an amazing journey. You know, we're very lucky all of us right here. Very lucky. I mean, there was a year ago sitting in a hospital, you know, or shuttling my wife to some doctor's appointment. It makes you really appreciate you know how we are and how you can. Now, you know, now things around begging people to buy it. Go begging people by get it on the vinyl. Jim gaffe again, noble ape, and then hotel Transylvania three summer vacation. I wanna take a sixty second break. Come back and talk about your Espy's experience. Sure. And then you know what you what ins- inside information from Jim gaffe again on Nick foles future. Oh yes..

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Bull running festival kicks off in Spain despite protests

24 Hour News

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Bull running festival kicks off in Spain despite protests

"Seeds infested with an invasive beetle were intercepted at detroit metropolitan airport and it's not the first time it's happened us customs and border protection says agricultural specialist discovered the capra beatles november twenty third they're in a bag of seeds a woman travelling from iraq plan to use in her garden the capra beatles considered one of the world's most destructive pest for stored grains cereals and seeds capper beatles were found in january at washington dulles international airport in rice brought from saudi arabia and in february they were found at baltimore thurgood marshall airport in cal peas brought from nigeria the annual running of the bulls in pamplona in spain has begun with protests on thursday more than one hundred animal rights activists called for an end to animal cruelty with a multiple run on the eve of the sun phetamine festival activists from peter and the spanish group anima not to rallies took to the streets dressed in black some with bull mosques made of carpooled carrying signs reading stop the bloody bullfights bull runs throughout the narrow cobbled streets of the northern spanish city of the main feature of the centuries old traditional festival some one million visitors five times pamplona's population are expected for the festival six bills take part in morning runs and killed on eight consecutive afternoons in televised does this is festival runs through july the fourteenth research suggests and frank's family tried to escape to the us ap correspondent walter ratliff reports research suggests that the family of an frank the world famous jewish diarist who died in the holocaust attempted to immigrate to the united states and later also to cuba but their efforts were tragically thwarted by america's restrictive immigration policy cumbersome bureaucracy and the outbreak of world war two the anne frank house in amsterdam said documents indicate and father otto tried twice to get his family than needed papers to go to the united states the frank family eventually went into hiding an amsterdam on july sixth nineteen forty two they were alternately deported to osh wits only auto frank survived i'm walter ratliff.

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With US out, others reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

Mike Gallagher

01:02 min | 3 years ago

With US out, others reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

"To drop its commitments to the nuclear deal foreign minister high coma said that well powers wouldn't be able to fully compensate for companies pulling out of iran because of the new us sanctions that he warned that abandoning the deal would cause more harm to iran's economy the iranian president hassan rohani has already expressed disappointment at european proposals to save the deal saying they didn't go far enough the french foreign minister jean yves le drian said well powers needed time to work on ways of getting round us sanctions bbc's bethany bell new research suggests the family of anne frank the world famous jewish diarist who died in the holocaust and tried unsuccessfully to immigrate to the united states and later also to cuba going into officials at the end frank house resume in amsterdam and also the us holocaust memorial museum news and analysis townhall dot com stuck in traffic we've got the answer we got.

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Researchers discover dirty jokes in Anne Frank's diary

Lori and Julia

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Researchers discover dirty jokes in Anne Frank's diary

"Lot of good dirt on mytalk mytalk listen and learn researchers have uncovered what was written in hidden passages of anne frank's diary they found dirty jokes using digital technology to decipher the writing on pages of her diary that she had covered up over with brown masking paper they discovered four risque jokes and a candidate explication of sex contraception and prostitution and was thirteen at the time when she wrote on these two pages in nineteen forty two less than three months after she went into hiding from the nazis and later on possibly fearing prying eyes or no longer liking what she had written she covered them over with brown paper and their contents had remained a mystery for decades.

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Gaza, Ed Donahue and Prostitution discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Gaza, Ed Donahue and Prostitution discussed on 24 Hour News

"The united nations are accusing each other's countries of violating international law a day after israeli troops killed more than fifty palestinians at the gaza border us un ambassador nikki haley says is responsible suggests that the gaza violence has anything to do with the location of the american embassy or sorely mistaken rather the violence comes from those who reject the existence of the state of israel in any location the united states is escalating financial pressure on iran by slapping terrorists sanctions on the head of iran's central bank and barring anyone around the world from doing business with him this is ap radio news here's a story about a buried treasure in new york city matthew and maria emanuel had noticed the rusting hunk of metal peeking out from the ground in their staten island backyard for a while but they thought it was just an abandoned cable box then when they went to replace some trees on the property they had the thing dug up they told wcbs tv it turned out to be a safe with diamonds jade and heap of soaking wet cash inside also the name and address of the owner on a piece of paper they returned to buried treasure who were neighborhood reported it stolen seven years ago no sign yet of the pirates who buried it warren levinson new york digital technology was used to decipher writing onto pages of anne frank's diary that were covered over with brown masking paper researchers say they were four risque jokes and a candidate explaination of sex contraception and prostitution they say the dirty jokes are classics among growing children and was thirteen at the time and wrote the two pages in nineteen forty two ed donahue ap radio news welcome to total wine and more boy gets all of this out of the way how about if i.

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Cnn, Connie West and Detroit Radio Station discussed on

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Cnn, Connie West and Detroit Radio Station discussed on

"I you know what i'll just say general commentary on media reporters the media reporter churn is so annoying because they they're left with having to come up with an opinion about things that sometimes it's really stupid have an opinion on and there they are assessing it and there is fertile territory he could be covering all of the massive screw ups that cnn has had lately but i guess he's not paid for that so he's going after connie west he's a gift to racist also kanye has had his music band by detroit radio station one zero five point one the bounce they said this week that they've banned connie's music from the airwaves some of their deejays saying in a facebook post that they feel it connie has gone too far with his latest statement declaring the slavery was choice we are over it we don't wanna hear news music so we are taking a stand we aren't playing his music anymore we are just refusing to give him a platform important word their platform d platforming is a very big thing on the left if you say something that is an uncomfortable opinion or one that they disagree with especially on college campuses you watch us this happens you get deep platforms take their platform away you can't say that you can't have a place to say that they say these things in public and again under fire also standing with kanye west this was interesting justin bieber so you already had chance the rapper came out he kind of hedged back and forth about where he is on this came out in support of kanye west and then justin bieber coming out yesterday i think he posted to instagram a picture our job is to love not to always agree love yukon supposed justin bieber weights and now justin bieber and i are on the same team complicated and i don't understand anything konya says which is probably why i'm kind of on his team at this point because i understand like every other word so i'm all right with it by the way remember world is turned upside down and in case you forget that these celebrities always have insane opinions that go all over the place and occasionally will unite with your own opinion remember he said anne frank would.

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"anne frank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Past were turned away while fleeing persecution israel shouldn't send these people away the comics sarah silverman her sister susan silverman is a liberal rabbi here and she's calling on israelis to hide africans in their homes like anne frank was hit during the holocaust now of course we should say you know this is not nazi germany this deportation plan also does not include women it doesn't include people with children and many others and israel is not the only country in the world that's tried to encourage people to leave who were in the country illegally while how is this real responding to this criticism first of all how as the government responding to it and what about citizens is this the kind of thing that people are debating with each other as a matter of our national identity yes this really does strike to the heart of israel's core israel's ambassador to the us says the reportedly he has warned officials that this whole thing is is hurting israel's image abroad israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is defending this deportation plan and he says the migrants will be safe they'll get visas they'll get work permits in their new countries but already there are some signs that this plan may not may not go according to plan of prison officials apparently are saying they can't handle jailing all these people if they refused to leave and migrants are feeling panicked an activist i spoke to who works with migrants told me she thinks that the point here is to make people feel like they have no choice but to take the money and leave so we'll see how many do that's n pierce daniel estaury daniel thank you you welcome this is npr news and a guy came up on a by behind me and tried to grab my phone and so we started wrestling i got my phone batch and i thought okay that's it that's the end of this but it wasn't lessons from a mugging and other true stories and alive show from dublin ireland next time on the mall through radio hour.

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"anne frank" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wgn freely two nine eight one seventy two hundred is the number if you wanna call in and say hello and more than welcome to do so it would be happy to hear from you of course somebody sent this to me earlier and i can't find it on facebook but they also text it's the end frank cast and we're talking about earlier has truly been pulled from the shelves it's been retitled it's called world war two evacuee girl there's a it's just a like a beret and a simple sweater and skirt but there's actually a costume pitched as a world war two evacuee that was the anne frank cast him they took name and frank off of it it still out there why you would wear that for halloween i have no idea a sexy minion makes more since to me and and sexy minions don't make much sense at all did you see the kfc story this week david what story ken kentucky fried chicken somebody at eagleeyed twitter follower of kentucky fried chicken notice that kentucky fried chicken on their twitter account only follows eleven people oh okay yes i know what it is yeah i did see that they foul herbs herbs and spices yes yes they follow the eleven herbs and spices that a famously in the secret kfc recipe right made up of eleven herbs and spices and i think there is a journalist who turned out to be one of the herbs that's being followed let's see we have so all five spice girls there following jerry melanie brown emma benton melanie see in victoria beckham then there fouling herb or herbs scrivner he is a staff writer an indepth web producer for at desert news i don't know where i report on everything originally from massachusetts so desert he's probably in arizona somewhere in nevada i'm guessing herb lesson junior la city council president herb waters her dean certified chain a referee and martial artist herbs sundakov official twitter of santa clara university head coach herb zandak and herb albert with deputy herve albertson the tijuana brassey only one so eleven herbs and spices for kfc wellplayed wellplayed kfc good for them three would see ninety one seventy two hundred.

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"anne frank" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You meant written oddball what happened to anne frank uh there's been so much data has been collected after the war uh the seizing of gestapo records uh there was a giant project in the united states uh in the late '50s early 60s where we uh microfilmed air ry nazi document was captured during world war two from the allied scheckter's uh except the rush limbaugh sector but uh it was microfilmed and put into four us archives many of these records have been clash supplied up in chill about year 1990 darning um for various reasons and we're going through them every one of them painstakingly having them translated it just see whether or not there is any clues within their um but i mean dutch just one part of it we and we've already found great stopped we found lists of naci informants in the netherlands uh particularly in amsterdam allround were uh anne frank in her family and the other people who were hiding with them were desertion shoulders there's great hope i hope they're but were also uh a modern uh police technique is appealing to the public the ego police departments in the 40s 50s 60s wouldn't have allowed to ask the public krill it just wasn't commonly done in each so we through our website cold case diary dot com we're appealing to the public to say if you were a relative or perhaps you even you through that time period we we've actually been contacted by a few survivors of that time period who are providing us with stories any owns and even in some cases documents that are helping put the pieces of the puzzle together so that's another one of them were using profiling uh which are behavioural science unit that the fbi pretty much pioneered and i uh what chill all week drew was one of the founding members uh back in the early 70s although our behavioural science unit he's been retired for years but each referred choose like the shade you'll do your work old profiling and i asked him if he would you consider going you know one final case even know he's been retired for years and he has agreed to at his name dr larger do pugh and so we are presenting a dr the pew would all of the written statement of the witnesses subjects and even one victim auto frank she was the only one who survived of the.

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"anne frank" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"anne frank" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"End because the jews would trust him it was a young jew dislike salva less reviews teenage lure kids i think oh we can let him know are hidden place and they gave money and stuff he bring them food then he find out what they had he shall amount they'd get rounded up he was a huge go to a which chinden to find the hidden jews the fine folks like anne frank that's why he's a hero of liberal jews and a hero of the adl that given the highest award and a hero of the left because he's the greatest living nazi collaborator that we the solar out you're out there is a make sense these are really twisted sick people the left folks they really in the evil they think at school and it's a better joke for them to no he's a nazi and funds their main operations and is overthrown all these other countries and had nothing but an evil history after overthrowing ukraine overthrowing many nations the middle east with the arab spring putting the radical muslims in slave the women for other guys off buildings blow up the church this is a very very sick ruthless guy but he's they're bad guy hero that's one last james bond movie it's based on him in the quantum growth as the main group funding specter funding both sides wherever major war british intelligence helped write the script they admit that george soros and the quantum group is the name of his main fun so he's a literal james bond villain and anderson cooper of the central intelligence agency that's admitted went on television and said we made all this up and we made it up at some of the leadership of the socalled new right turns out to actually worked for the democrats show here is a clip from anderson cooper going beyond any level of fake news ever seen before i mean he is going were no man has dared to go before here it's disgusting as both rallies were there is something else that car i when it posted this past friday if the claim that the the august protests the one that killed is higher with some sort of a left wing plot now who might asked would say something so offensive in disgusting is that some shock jock radio personality maybe no and elect representative who is serving right now in the.

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