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Bill Federer Shares the Story of Squanto
"One of the stories that we have to include is squanto. And if I have a few minutes, I'd be happy to share that. Continue. So the pilgrims were religious, but there were other groups that weren't and they were pirates. So Spain had a monopoly on the new world for at least a century, and they had gold from Inca Peru and portobello Panama and they take it to Cuba and ship it and these Dutch and French and English pirates would raid the gold, but they would also sail up the coast of North America. Lure unsuspecting Indians on board, lock them below deck, take them over to malaga, Spain and sell them into slavery. So one of the Indians that was captured was squanto and the story is he was purchased by some monks in Spain who gave him his freedom. He hitchhikes his way across Europe, gets to England. He's there for a dozen years working, learning the language and the family finds some business that takes him to Newfoundland, right? A fishing type outfit. And then he gets the boat to drop him off at Plymouth, Massachusetts, only to find his whole tribe is dead. They were wiped out by a plague, William Bradford writes that three years earlier, a French ship was shipwrecked off the case, the coast of Cape Cod. Sailors got ashore, Indians never left watching them and bogging them, till they got the advantage killed them all, but three or four maybe sport with them worse than slaves. Anyway, one of those French men must have had an illness and the Indians didn't have immunity and it wipes out the tribe. So sort of in a reverse sense had squanto not been captured in kidnapped. He most certainly would have died. But squanto is living with the neighboring wampanoag tribe and then that fall is when the pilgrims show up. Half of the pilgrims die the first winner. They wouldn't have survived another year. Spring of 1621, walking into their camp is squanto. And you can just picture the conversation. I mean, he's in his loincloth and he goes up and he goes, oh yeah, you guys from London, I used to live there. You know, oh yeah, the pump down on war street or St. Paul's chapel. He goes, oh, yeah, yeah, I know that place. And then he says, oh, this place here, I grew up here. I know this place like the back of my hand over that hill is a spring. And William Bradford says he taught him how to catch fish. He said, you know, that they weren't successful, but he says, don't use salmon. They spawn this river. It's going to be packed. And then he taught him how to plant corn. They said, we tried it. He goes, no, you got to dig a hole, put some fish in, then put the kernel of corn and cover it up. The fish decompose fertilizes the soil. You have a nice harvest. Bottom how to take the corn and put it in a pot, shake it and make popcorn, right? And then he taught him how to go down to the riverbank squeegee in the mud and catch eels and clams and lobsters and then how to catch beaver skins. It took 40 years worth of beaver skins to pay off their debt for the boat ride,
"bog" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Visit in 1997. Protesters wanted her to apologize for the 1919 jolly and Walla bog massacre. When a British general ordered troops to open fire on thousands of Indian civilians. The queen later wreath, but stopped short of saying sorry. Instead, in India, she rode elephants, posed with a dead Tiger shot by her husband and waved a crowds from convertible cars. But she never apologized. Historian aparna from India's Ashoka university says the queen came from a racist colonial era. India was a colony. So those attitudes would persist. It's not that she's having her budget as this question. The her world remained the same. But the rest of the world has changed. Khaki clad policemen are directing traffic outside one of Mumbai's most ornate landmarks. It used to be called Victoria terminus for Queen Victoria, the Empress of India. Now it's been renamed chatrapati Shivaji maharaj terminus. It's a train station. And it's like a cathedral. It's soaring buttresses and gargoyles and hordes of commuters are rushing in and out between bursts of monsoon, rains. And I've stopped a few of them and asked them what they think about Queen Elizabeth's death. I do not think anything actually I did not have a lot of respect for her. So yeah, I didn't make any change for me frankly speaking. We do care a bit, but also it's like, yeah, they ruled us, but now we are independent. What happened in the past is doesn't matter. We have to look forward. Looking forward, India is now the 5th largest economy in the world. This month it surpassed that of its colonial master. Historians say that probably would have happened way sooner, though, if Britain hadn't extracted so much of India's wealth. But the tables have certainly turned, says ought while the Oxford historian. Since the Brexit referendum, the vote to leave the European Union, Britain is the one looking to India for deals and assistance and future economic partnership. There is one thing some Indians would like to make a deal with Britain for. The giant Koh-i-Noor diamond. It was mined in India centuries ago and is now embedded in one of the British royal families crowns. Lauren freyer NPR news Mumbai. There's a shortage of Adderall across the country, that the drug used to treat ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. And this supply problem comes at a time when prescriptions for the drug have climbed a record highs over the past year, I sweat let's covers BioTech and health for Bloomberg news. He's been reporting on this story and joins us now. Thanks so much for being with us. Yeah, thank you. How is the shortage manifesting? Yeah, so patients are showing up to the pharmacy and they expect to pick up the prescription and it's not there, or maybe they're calling into the pharmaceutical to get it. They need a new prescription every month. And the pharmacy is saying that they don't have it and they don't know when it's going to be in stock. What's the problem? Well, the problem started a little bit ago with a labor shortage at Teva, which is the company that sells the most Adderall in the United States. They couldn't keep up with all the production and fell behind. That sort of spread throughout the market then and to other products. So soon after several other manufacturers were reporting the products were on back order, if they're on back order from the manufacturers, that means they can't get to the pharmacy. Demand is going up for Adderall in recent years I gather. Yeah, and that's been driven by an increase in diagnoses. So more and more people who are getting prescribed the medicine. Now, pharmaceutical companies usually like to hear that. They see it as an economic opportunity. Did these companies not prepare for an increase? Well, the amount of Adderall that's been dispensed at the pharmacy has been increasing every year pretty steadily. One of the challenges with Adderall is that it's a controlled substance. So there's a little more regulation involved in changing the amount of drug that you manufacture. In this event, it's not so much that you can just say, well, let's double production at this plant. There's a little more that goes into it than that. As you know, people who take Adderall typically take it every day. What are they doing to cope? Yeah, so some people are just going without their not doing as well at their jobs. They're not really able to keep up as much in professional and personal relationships. Some people I've talked to are trying to compensate with other sort of stimulants, drinking a lot of coffee, energy drinks, people I've talked to who have thought about going to the black market. There's a lot of Adderall being sold out there on the streets. Some of it isn't really Adderall. Some of it's actually fentanyl, a lot of the drugs that are being sold in the streets are not really what people think they are. So that's not a safe or a good thing. But I think it really demonstrates the severity of the situation that people are thinking about doing that. Are there safe pharmaceutical alternatives? There are different medications that people can take with ADHD. There are many challenges with that. One is that different medications work well for some people and don't work well for other people. The other challenge is you can't just go to the pharmacy and get a different drug. You would have to go back to your doctor and get a new prescription for it. So that could be possible for some people. It really depends on their relationship with their doctor and it depends on whether or not that other drug would work for their particular condition. Our manufacturers trying to get the supply back on track. Oh yeah, the manufacturers told me that the labor shortage at Teva has been resolved and have us told me that the sort of residual issues are just the sort of after effects of that and that they're actively manufacturing and getting the drug out there. I sweat, let's coverage BioTech and health for Bloomberg news. Thanks so much for being with us, sir. Thanks for having me.
Jared Kushner: From the Private Sector to the White House
"Do this exclusively so we could have a long form conversation with someone who I got to know rather well over the last couple years and we worked on some things when he was in The White House and I saw firsthand how hard he worked on the America first agenda. And that is Jared Kushner, author of a new book breaking history, a White House memoir and Jared joins us right now. Jared, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you, Charlie. It's great to be with you and thank you for all the great work you did over the last years when we were fighting together on so many different things. So really great to be with you. Of course, we were in the trenches on a couple things, and I saw firsthand just a little bit of the pace and the pressure that kind of you had to deal with in The White House. So let's just kind of start there. You came from the private sector, you then came into The White House. Talk about just kind of the first couple of days, weeks and months in The White House, as someone who is used to kind of private sector behaviors and practices. Cutting into government, it's a completely different thing. Tell us about that. Yeah, so I write about this in the book and what I tried to do is bring people who everyone talks about Trump. They talk about the administration. They obsess about Washington and saying what they should do or shouldn't do, but what I tried to show people what it was like as somebody who was from the private sector and not from Washington going into that universe and just realizing what a bizarre world it was. And at first it was very disorienting in the sense that you come in every meeting. You have people telling you new regulations. You have to follow, you know, what are your protocols to do phone calls and it becomes a very procedure driven place. And so it becomes very easy to get bogged down by procedure and not get anything done. But we found our way through it. Again, president Trump, you know, he jokes that the first night he ever slept in Washington because he wasn't a mayor of governor senator. He slept in The White House. And so he had a team of people with him who were also outsiders to Washington, and we all came in and tried to figure out how to implement his agenda, which was contrary to a lot of the Republican orthodoxy that had been in place for some time. So
The Middle East Is a Trap
"American national security at its best, it must always come to the prison of does this affect the American people and how does America benefit from my actions and my activities. Now when you go to the Middle East, you must first recognize that the Middle East is a trap. The Middle East can get you bogged down, the Middle East can bankrupt your nation, the Middle East can easily get you distracted. This is something that Donald Trump understood by pure instinct. Look, the Middle East is incredibly murky. It is the greatest area on the planet. People that one day might seem as if they're a friend might be trying to undermine you. It is the sneakiest region on the planet. So we must understand that when you're dealing with either the Saudis or you're dealing with the Turks or you're dealing with the jordanians, there's ulterior motives at play. But there is a very significant American energy story here that is not being told. And the American national security state would love us to do nothing more that focus on the Middle East all day long. I'm not saying it's unimportant. I'm not saying we shouldn't talk about it ever. But I'm a lot more worried about our poorest southern border, our suicidal generation, our fentanyl addicted population, inflation and gas prices than I am about the internal politics of Saudi Arabia. Sorry, it really doesn't motivate me towards dedicating an entire hour towards it.
Witnesses drag feet at trial of Nipsey Hussle shooter
"The trial of the man charged in the murder of rep star Nipsey Hussle is being bogged down by a witness who won't show up to testify a judge in Los Angeles has issued an arrest warrant for a close friend of Nipsey Hussle who was standing right next to the rapper when he was shot to death that witness Evan repalle Mackenzie even served as a pallbearer at Hussle's funeral But what he will not bear the responsibility of appearing as an eyewitness to the man who shot his friend to death in 2019 and he's not the only one one other witness who was hit in the hail of gunfire that killed Hussle has taken the stand but would not identify either the gunman or himself as the man in the video showing the incident and the shooting itself stemmed from a discussion between hustle and the defendant on snitching namely telling the police or testifying in court about a crime I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Zalatoris, Fitzpatrick survive beast of Open to share lead
"Wills Ella Torres and England's Matt Fitzpatrick topped the leaderboard by one shot at four under par heading into the final round of the U.S. open Zalatoris carted a low round on moving day Saturday with a three under 67 There's a ton of major champions on this leader board and by no means is a job done by not even close Fitzpatrick shot a third round 68 with three birdies on four holes before poking 18 Meanwhile Spain's John rom held a one stroke lead before double bogging 18 to car the 71 Obviously I think a lot of people are just going to be thinking about 18 36 hole cult leaders Joel Damon and Colin Morikawa dropped back to the pack shooting 74 and 77 respectively I'm get cool
"bog" Discussed on Cyber Security Today
"And I think the reason really great point and Kim Crowley, who writes in various things on social media and for various security agencies, she's put on a very, very good campaign to delineate between cybercriminals and talking about hackers. So I'm trying to use hackers in the positive sense and cybercriminals, those who are doing things for nefarious with that particular label. It used to be in the early years of computing that a hacker was someone who tried to learn about computing a cracker was actually a criminal hacker, but we in the media tend to use the word hacker as the bad guy. Yeah, and it would be great in 2022 to reclaim hacker and maybe this is our small flag on this podcast. We can start planting. These two incidents, the vulnerability in the spring application development framework and cassia, could both be used for indirect attacks on organizations. These are called supply chain attacks. And this is a good segue into the next segment that we're going to discuss because this is national supply chain integrity week. Now, it was created a few years ago by the U.S. cybersecurity authorities to remind IT companies and firms that indirect attacks through their supply chains are as worrisome as direct attacks by threat actors. First of all, when we talk about the IT supply chain, how big is it? What does that encompass? Well, nowadays, particularly with the push to cloud computing, it's almost everything. Unless you are taking open-source software, building your own desktop OS and server OS and your own applications from complete scratch, which gets basically the call it the North Korea strategy, then you have exposure to a complex global interdependent supply chain. So if you're in Office 365 customer, your supply chain is Microsoft. If you're using Google workplace or G Suite, it's Google. All of the apps and things that we use have that relationship and you rely on all of those things. And what's interesting is it's even more complex than to just your relationship with a vendor, it can be the vendors relationship with people providing support. So remember that the octave breach actually involved cital in a subsidiary site of Saito called Sykes. So, you know, if you're an octa customer and you were impacted by that, it wasn't octa's breach, and it wasn't even Saito. It was a subdivision within that whole company. So it's amazingly complex and interwoven, and it's an incredibly challenging issue for people to address because most of the companies that we talk to don't even have a handle on a complete software inventory of who stuff they're running to begin with. Let alone trying to figure out what their supply chain looks like. There are many examples of supply chain attacks and perhaps the most notorious was the SolarWinds attack when news broke of that last year. And that's where the software update mechanism of the solar winds Orion IT management suite was compromised. And therefore for a number of organizations who downloaded that update, that left them vulnerable to being attacked, again, not directly. There were attacked through solar winds. Absolutely, and who do you trust? I mean, the example that always terrified me was the not patchy attack in 2017. So here you have two Ukrainian small firms literally like a mom and pop shop was one of them that could do your taxes and file your online taxes in Ukraine. They get popped. They're accounting software is used to push out this ransom worm and it takes out hundreds of thousands of devices inside Ukraine, but then accidentally jumps into Maersk Merck and others because their networks were interconnected. And it was, as you say, with the solar winds when it was cyber espionage seems to be the name of the game with not PETA, it was we can burn a whole swath of devices to the ground and Andy Greenberg does a great job covering this in his book sandworm. And the thing about not pet is the assumption is is that the target was computers in Ukraine because the initial company that it was targeted at was this Ukrainian company that made tax software. And I don't know if perhaps the developers forgot to insert a line saying this only executes on computers that are using the Ukrainian language and therefore it was able to spread. And the assumption from cyber investigators has always been that it was never intended to spread around the world. And that's why Brad Smith, Microsoft's president and others have been so big about going after governments for hiding vulnerabilities, weaponizing vulnerabilities to use an espionage or potential sabotage attacks and then in the case of eternal blue behind not patch it, losing them and having them go wild. And really, you know, if we talk about supply chain week, it's this whole idea that it's not just good enough to try and secure yourself. It's that you have to think about the relationships you have with your vendors. And how well they're patching their stuff. And where their base. This is currently the awful bind Kaspersky is in. The start of the war, we've got themselves into a jam with kind of a middle of the road statement. And then the U.S. has been just pile driving them as well. And then going back to my earlier comments about cassia, did they still use developers in countries that are on the wrong side of this conflict? So have IT leaders learned the lessons over the years for protecting their supply chains? Not even close. Not even close. Because, you know, when you look at the things like the nist cybersecurity framework and the basics of needing knowing what you have, who's using your system's et cetera, most organizations don't even get that done right. Because we're so eager to just keep the lights on. You know, it's like most enterprise IT has been flying an airplane that started as a Wright brothers plane and gradually get upgraded to a Boeing 7 87. I don't know about you, but going in a plane that started as the kitty hawk and ended up being a jetliner would make me a bit nervous, but that's been the organic evolution build it as we fly it of enterprise IT and no one's had time to build it clean. Aside from, I would say the latest and greatest startups who get to start in the cloud and get to start from a jetliner to begin with. You know, possible supply chain vulnerabilities include the code in your app, which leads to the idea of getting a software bill of goods for every application, an IT department buys. Where's that idea? Well, it's something that's been mentioned a few times by the president of the United States in various executive orders. And I think the challenge of that is going to be making it as simple and easy to use for technology as the nutrition guide is when you pick up a box of cereal. And I think it has incredible utility because back to the earlier point you were making or the sands report was making if you had done your instant response correctly for log four J, you created an updated inventory. Imagine that inventory could be built for you and maintained automatically. That's the critical part. No one's got time in the IT worker shortage to be cracking open excel and filling this out all manually and trying to maintain it manually. So as a principle as an idea, I love the software bill of goods. Particularly as the way of quickly being able to alert for things like spring for shell or log four J but the standardization of that, the implementation of that, the requirements of that were not there yet, but hopefully soon. So what should IT leaders be doing to secure their supply chains? Well, I think mapping the supply chain is probably a really good start. And I think when you create those maps and you have an understanding of, okay, well, who do we do business with? What software do we even have and that we use and we rely, then you can start asking questions about that software, the provider, how they provide it. And that's the next most important thing is asking your vendors, okay, well, who do you depend on to deliver your services? So in the case of my company, we depend on Microsoft and Azure. So when customers are dealing with us, we explain how we work with Microsoft, what our relationship is, et cetera. And so they understand, okay, we'll.
"bog" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Because they are so bogged down have started firing more powerful weapons from further distances and I don't think the Ukrainians are necessarily ready to start flying MiGs to Moscow So a lot of this stuff is coming from outside of the country now When we talk about closing the skies that might be better served with ground to air missiles defense systems as opposed to fighter jets but I don't think that argument is about to end Yeah and hard to just think about the continuing physical and human carnage that we continue to see Certainly in Ukraine Joe before we let you go he did set out there to do his physical 2023 budget proposal that obviously got buried Is there anything that you think about the Bloomberg audience needs to kind of focus on in terms of what the president had to lay out on that front Well look we have a couple of wealthy people who listen to this broadcast and he was talking to you I don't know how many IRS agents would need to be hired to enforce the taxing of unrealized gains but it's getting a little bit of an eye roll here This is something that we're going to talk about but we're not likely to do even the democratic chair of the House ways and means committee does not like this idea Apparently Joe Manchin kyrsten sinema are not going to vote for it I guess the one thing I would tell people is there's a spending plan here It won't look like this when they're done and you probably don't need to lose sleep over the unrealized gains Oh well because I was worried with my 100 You got that kind of an account You got to work A $100 million I don't know how many overseas accounts he's got He did this the IRS Wait a minute He's kidding he's kidding Joe Matthew you're the best host of Bloomberg sound on Coming your way at 5 p.m..
John Zmirak on the West's New Strategic Goal in Ukraine
"USA Today according to people from the brookings institution that quoted Robert Kagan. They quoted all these military strategies talking about the new strategic goal. Do you know Eric, what the new strategic goal is in Ukraine? I'm afraid to ask, what is the new strategic goal? Quagmire. The goal is quagmire, our goal in the west, according to these foreign policy elites, should be to bog the Russians down from years like Afghanistan or our time in Vietnam to bleed Russia out, causing enormous casualties on both sides and huge civilian deaths because this will keep Russia weak and it might even lead to the overthrow of Putin. That's what our elites care about. They care about regime change in Moscow. They don't care how many Ukrainians died any more than they cared about the nursing home patients being incinerated like shelter pets in New York State.
Why Biden Has No Leverage Over Ukraine President
"James, I'm hearing that President Biden is putting pressure on zelensky to come up with some sort of peace deal, some sort of settlement. Is that true and should pressure be put on to come up with some sort of settlement? Well, look, I mean, the Ukrainians are the ones doing the fighting and dying here. And the notion that anybody but then will decide when to stop, I think it's fanciful, because look, if zelensky doesn't listen to Biden, is the west going to stop giving them arms? No, of course not. So we don't really have much leverage over zelensky. I mean, he can fight on as long as he wants, and we're going to keep supplying him because if we don't, the he'll lose. So kind of the balls in his court and his people are doing the fighting and dying. He has to make this choice. There's a couple of things for him to think the biggest one is is never negotiate with the Russians for position of weakness because if you do, you're just surrendering. And if you give the Russians something for nothing, they'll just think there's more and they'll come back. You have to position, you have to negotiate with the Russians position of strength, which means zelensky has gotten a bit in a strong military position where he's definitely proven that they can not get their strategic objectives and he can bog them down forever. And that's the only time you'll probably get anything looking like
"bog" Discussed on WTOP
"Home for original reporting I'm Tom fody in Washington although they are bogged down elsewhere in Ukraine Russian forces are battering the key port city of Mario pole and are reported advancing on it Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky now says of the siege of that city It'll go down in history for what he calls war crimes committed by Russian troops But at the same time zelensky again calls for talks with Russia to end the bloodshed no response to that from Vladimir Putin in Moscow our report start with correspondent Michael George On Friday Putin held a large rally in Moscow vowing Russia will prevail in the weeks long conflict Defense secretary Lloyd Austin spoke about the war as he visited Bulgaria a NATO member Russia's invasion has taken a terrible toll on Ukrainian lives including brave soldiers and far too many innocent civilians Yet Russia's aggression has galvanized the Ukrainian people NATO and the free world Against that background there has been high level diplomacy between the U.S. and China about not only Ukraine but Taiwan That is the offshore island state that China considers its own President Biden and Chinese president Xi Jinping spent two hours talking about those contentious issues on Friday morning when the cutler is vice president at the Asia society policy institute My sense is that while people are making the parallels and thinking she might take advantage of the situation I just don't think that's in the cards now Again when you also consider that he's looking to secure a third term this fall in China I think he has more time and he's willing to wait with respect to Taiwan In this country wildfires have taken at least one life have burned about 45,000 acres in western Texas It's about a 140 miles west of Dallas more than 50 homes have burned about 500 homes have been evacuated Eastland county deputy sergeant Barbara Finley was overcome by the fire helping residency evacuate Governor Greg Abbott issued a disaster declaration for eastland county and the ten surrounding counties Part of what we're fighting is the fire part of what we're fighting is the weather and the winds but the firefighters understand that they know ways to be able to deal with that especially now that they do have some level of containment Containment is now at 15% Chris Fox for CBS News Austin At least one person is dead at least 20 more have been hurt in a shooting outside a car show in southeast Arkansas Wallace McGee is one of the event organizers in the town of ducas We've been doing this for 16.
"bog" Discussed on KOMO
"Problems to report still a little bit lingering slowing northbound out of Seattle You're going to slow pretty much from one 45th off and on up to mount Lake terrorist where you'll hit that big bog down as you head up the hill there And then you're just going to have some company all the way up into south Everett and we're still seeing a lot of folks pretty much south Everett all the way up into Marysville but you're still only 42 minutes from Seattle Everett For that matter 42 minutes from Bellevue to Everett as well No big deal going on on the east side there Southbound still a little bit slowing happening out of Bellevue looking at southeast 8 pretty much past factoria and then on down to kennydale But boy just 24 minutes Bellevue to Renton And one other note inland what we're still dealing with the left lane blocked one 96th street southwest eastbound at 48 Semi truck had a problem earlier today Still leaking fuel or they're trying to clean that up So you just want to be aware of that if you're up in linwood And this report is sponsored by Kelly blue book Kelly blue book instant cash offer is an offer to buy your car Just enter your vehicle ID info answer some questions then get a no obligation offer to sell or trade it For all of the its KBB dot com it Our next northwest traffic at 6 34 And the weather outlook from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center the forecast is for a chance of showers tonight and tomorrow lows in the 40s highs will be hitting the mid 50s Rain on Saturday chance of showers coming through on Sunday Seattle now 50° to comb a 51 we have clouds and Everett 49 mainly cloudy at sea tank airport 49 salsa 49.
Daniel Horowitz Analyzes Republicans' Responses on Russia Involvement
"And I really don't think we should get bogged down in vitriol on this because there's a lot of middle ground in this okay I mean obviously as I mentioned in the beginning of the show as discussed about Israel often you know if Israel stopped fighting tomorrow they'd be obliterated If the Palestinians stopped fighting their BPs The same thing applies to Russia and Ukraine right now Putin is clearly the aggressor in this situation regardless of what you feel our involvement should be Sure I mean I think a lot of the disagreement on the right stems from being played an unideal hand for so many years What do you do now And to me it all gets back to the fact that the whole nostalgia of the Soviet Union and defending Eastern Europe from the Soviet Union back in the days of Pope John Paul Margaret Thatcher Ronald Reagan that's predicated on a moral and just west United States government NATO government We have so many problems here at home with governments that are no longer democracies Reagan used to quip about you can go to the Oval Office and say breaking sucks as president and you could go to Gorbachev and say Reagan sexist person and get away with it That's good And I played that on my show recently and I was thinking it's so sad to look at Trudeau and gradually what's happening here with DHS monitoring opposition people being thrown in jail for political crimes without bail we have our problems here so that's why a lot of us have a difficult time barreling in headfirst to a foreign conflict before we even get into the details just because NATO is corrupt The United States government I hate to say has a lot of problems with it So we're not going to be able to sustain the proper policy
Why We Can't Just Ignore Putin With Victor Davis Hanson
"Professor Hansen, welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me. We have to talk about the. Change in approach between the two administrations, not just to Russia, but also to NATO. But first, can I tease you out on what a problem I have with my fellow conservatives. Some of whose shows you are on quite regularly as well, who are saying, well, Ukraine doesn't matter, it's an irrelevance. The southern border is far more important or what's happening in Canada shouldn't conservatives be able to chew gum and walk at the same time. Isn't it axiomatic that whilst what is happening in Canada is very problematic. While we have to secure the southern border, a nuclear armed bully doing the things he does in his neighboring region eventually is not good for Americans either. Please give us your analysis. Oh yeah, I agree with that. And I think maybe that's why I'm a couple of shows I've been on there less regularly than usual because Vladimir Putin wants to restore as it's kind of a trite thing to say, but it's true. The old borders of the Soviet Union. And he can't do it, sad because he's got a 100 million people fewer. And he lost about 30% of his territory, some of them richest of all. So he has to be predatory and opportunistic against his neighbors. So that's a constant. And so we can deter him. I mean, NATO has a billion people. It's got an economy 8 times larger than Russia. But he seeks weakness. And when certain occasions happen, when we were bogged down in Iraq, when we were at an economic problems when the price of oil skyrocketed in 2080 went into Georgia. And in 2014, no need to go through that again, but when Obama said, give me some space, it's my last election and I'll be flexible and missile defense where he invited them into the Middle East for the first time in 40 years or he told the Russians he assured them he wouldn't sell offensive weaponry to Ukraine. And then he at the same time trashed Putin by saying Russians can't do anything. They're inept and Biden took up that narrative when he was called Putin a killer and all of this may be true, but he was weak. So he said, if you're going to hack your 16 entities that you shouldn't hack or look at what happened in Afghanistan or when he kept saying, well, maybe there'll be a minor invasion. So there's a certain rules and that is when NATO pays their fair share in Germany and turkey are not freelancing and more favorable to Russia than they are with us when a president is quiet with a big club rather than loud with a twig, and when oil prices are moderate, then Putin is not able to go threaten his
Sen. Cotton: More Americans Will Support Aggression Against Putin
"Senator I'm looking at what's going on here The Russians rolling through Ukraine Ukrainians putting up a spirited defense and fight they are out armed Every step of the way partly due to us because we wouldn't give them the weaponry they needed to bog down the earth to Russian army But all that said are you concerned about the appeasement wing or the it's almost they claim to be American first but it seems like the America last wing that you hear in the media that you see in the Democrat party that you see in the Republican Party I mean there's a lot of unity against Putin I got that But there are these elements It's really kind of shocking to me Well Mark thanks for having me on in this grave hour It's a constant throughout American history Really throughout human history that some want to stick their head in the sand or look the other way when you have aggressive brutal dictators like Vladimir Putin who launch naked wars of aggression or in this case also threaten and telegraph that naked war of aggression for four months Many people start seeing in different tune once the bullets fly and we've seen some of that in the last 24 hours I will say this though Mark the Congress session This week I've spoken with loss of our cans and even those are kansans who don't follow international politics that much who don't know much about Ukraine A very strong visceral reaction to this kind of unprovoked aggression by a larger country against a smaller country on its border And I think that we'll see in the days and the weeks ahead that the American people strongly support a aggressive response more aggressive the Biden administration has announced thus far to stand up to Vladimir Putin and to protect America's interests
Mike Gallagher Pays Homage to the Late Great Rush Limbaugh
"We're establishing a ground rule for today's show. I want every single caller to start your call by giving me dittos and it is not for me. It's for one of the greatest broadcasters in the history of the country who died one year ago today. And when Rush Limbaugh passed the entire industry, shifted because nobody did it like he did. And of course, all of us who were fans and some of us who got to meet him and work with him, considered ourselves ditto heads. That was the affectionate nickname for the millions of people who tuned in to Rush Limbaugh every day. And because callers would start, hi rush dittos from Cincinnati, Ohio. Or mega dittos from Spartanburg, South Carolina. And that meant that you were a ditto head. You were because and the genesis of that was rush didn't want people to get bogged down when they would go on and on and how about how much they love to show. And how much they appreciated and respected and loved him. So instead of going through all the platitudes he would say, just say dittos. And he just became a thing. And boy, do I miss him?
Donald Trump: 'Our Country Is Going to Hell'
"Portland, Oregon. They're making a school just for black indigenous children of color. So I guess to be woke and progressive means you want segregation. You want to have your own school for black kids. And Hispanic kids, white kids aren't allowed to go. Try doing that in reverse. Joe schmo somewhere in the Ozarks coming up with a school just for white kids. What how long that would last? But it's Portland Oregon, baby. Anything goes in Portland, Oregon. Bipoc kids welcome. White kids, not so much. Trump said the other day. He put out a statement. And we're not going to get bogged down
"bog" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From tequila sales jumped 30% last year to $5.2 billion Trailing bog up at 7.3 billion That's according to the distilled spirits council of the U.S. vodka has been at the top spot since the 70s I'm Scott Carr And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom a 7th New York City police officer has been shot this year and off duty cop was shot in the foot as he was leaving a vigil Adam Manhattan community center shooting happening about four 30 p.m. yesterday near Broadway and 130th street in the manhattanville neighborhood The officer was taken a Mount Sinai morningside hospital in stable condition he is expected to make a full recovery Chief Jeffrey madrie head of the NYPD's housing bureau said the officer saw two men firing gunshots as he was leaving the building and appeared to have been struck as he was diving for cover Investors will be looking for more inflation data in the week ahead Bloomberg's care and Moscow reports Consumer price index for January is out on Thursday Consumer prices soared in the country last year by the most in nearly four decades according to the Labor Department Red hot inflation is setting the stage for the start of the Federal Reserve's tightening cycle with the first hike expected at the March meeting We also get the weekly report on initial jobless claims Friday is consumer sentiment from the University of Michigan Disney and Pfizer are among companies scheduled to report earnings in the week ahead Karen Moscow Bloomberg radio How will earnings and inflation data affect this week's investor sentiment Some analysts are sounding optimistic when it comes to where stocks are going Nadia level is senior U.S. equity strategy for UBS financial services There's a lot of cash on the sideline because people are trying to figure out where to put that incremental dollars when you have these wide springs on a daily basis It becomes a more difficult to navigate those changes But when I look out when we look out in the months ahead we do think that the market is going to grow and higher And so we would take advantage to leg into some of those longer term stories The S&P 500 is now up for two weeks in a row Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.
Piers Morgan Lashes Out at Joe Biden in Uncensored Public Letter
"On the one year anniversary of Joe Biden's presidency, maybe it's good to consider a letter that an open letter that Piers Morgan, the Brit wrote. Dear Joe, happy anniversary. Can we get a divorce? Sorry, if this isn't the most effusive of messages, as you celebrate your first year as president, he writes, but I fear it's exactly what many disillusioned Americans, including some who voted for you are now thinking. I don't like to sugarcoat things, so let me be blunt, he writes, you've been a disaster. It's hard to think of a more insipid, less inspiring fiasco ridden opening 12 months to a presidency. You are going to reunite a bitterly fractured country by ending the anger in harsh rhetoric, remember? You failed. You're enraged spiteful Republican bashing speeches at the start of the year. We're just as divisive as anything Trump ever spewed. You are going to defeat COVID. Remember, you failed. More Americans have died from coronavirus on your watch than under president Trump. The variant is surging out of control all over the country. You're testing system has been disastrously slow and you've still only persuaded 63% of Americans to be vaccinated. You're going to fix the economy. Remember, you failed, inflation is raging over 7%, fuel and energy bills are soaring. Consumer prices are spiking on everything from food to cars to furniture. You are going to lean on your many decades as a senator to bring bipartisan deal making back to D.C.. Remember, you've failed. In fact, you can't even persuade two of your own Democrat senators to agree with you about key policies. Never mind the Republicans from voting rights and work vaccine mandates to climate change, social spending, your legislative efforts are a catastrophe. On the international stage, Piers Morgan writes, you're standing is even worse thanks to your appalling decision to abruptly abandon the people of Afghanistan to the Taliban wolves last summer. In the shameful chaos that ensued 13 U.S. troops nearly 200 civilians killed. No wonder, Vladimir Putin is looking his lips at the chance to invade Ukraine. The ruthless Russian leaders brazen warmongering antics suggest he senses weakness in you in the United States. You're too old to weary to bogged down in domestic strife to have the energy or will to take him on. Mister president, you keep saying you want to build back better, but America is now in a worse position than it ever was before you were elected. Ravaged by the virus, a battered economy, rising violent crime, deteriorating border issues. People feel poorer, sicker and less safe.
Democrats' $2 Trillion Package Stalls as Manchin Talks Bog Down
"Mike Mike Rossi Rossi are are reporting reporting an an AP AP source source says says president president Biden Biden and and senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin are are sharply sharply divided divided over over the the Democrats Democrats two two trillion trillion dollar dollar bill bill the the fate fate of of the the Democrats Democrats huge huge social social and and environment environment built built is is very very much much in in question question with with a a source source telling telling the the Associated Associated Press Press president president Joe Joe Biden Biden and and senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin are are sharply sharply divided divided over over elements elements of of the the package package mansion mansion is is said said to to be be pushing pushing to to erase erase and and improved improved child child tax tax credit credit from from the the measure measure but but when when questioned questioned by by reporters reporters Wednesday Wednesday mansion mansion was was testing testing I'm I'm not not opposed opposed to to child child meantime meantime
"bog" Discussed on WTOP
"Apply seaside for details Three 48 Traffic center Well I two 95 northbound looks like it's beginning to ease up now getting to suit them Parkway had a long-standing work zone and that has now been picked up and good hope road southeast and still closed between Minnesota avenue and 13th street because of police activity Things are generally slow on northbound D.C. two 95 off the 11th street bridge into the Pennsylvania avenue merge nothing unusual there beyond that Picks up pretty nicely And Virginia interlude delays getting to Maryland started around the dulles toll road and then once up past the two 70 spur you slow down from three 55 off and out of 95 Should find the works on picked up hopefully by now north on two 70 near montrose 95 northbound in Howard county is very slow getting past the crash now on the right shoulder before route 100 really delays are starting to get about two 16 getting past all that and Baltimore Washington Parkway bog's now getting out to the beltway and up through greenbelt and Laurel and very slow getting up through Ford meet In fact starting in one 98 getting to a point just after route 32 not sure if there isn't some sort of incident in the roadway there In Virginia 66 west is doing all right just breath volume delays 95 is slowing down from after the fairfax county Parkway over the earlier crash after Dale City is at the very least out of the roadway and on the shoulder now Bob inler doubled TOP traffic To the weather here's Matt Ritter Matt what you got out there Hillary just a few clouds out there overhead There's a weak cold front moving through even fewer clouds with.
"bog" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"And old fan out across tribal bogs to gather the tart crimson berries While they appear at least annually on many American dinner tables tribal elder Julian van der hoop says the equina cherished cranberries throughout the winter as a source of nutrition Cranberries were mixed into everything Everything from fritters to your vegetables to their dried they held in the root cellar over the winter So this was a primary sustenance crop for us So sacred as cranberry Thanksgiving that a quinet children are officially given the day off from school to join the harvest Come November when temperatures drop the focus shifts from harvesting to hunting during hunter's moon the next celebration in the cycle that moon is a important time for us Cashew spears junior is first counseling of the narragansett tribe in Rhode Island We talked to the forelegs and we asked for them to help us get through the winter And that's when we go out and we hunt and that's a time of thanks a time of appreciation because they're giving their lives so that we can live But in recent decades wildlife habitat and the cycle of the 13 moons themselves face threats says spears from climate change If the strawberries aren't growing how are you going to have a strawberry Thanksgiving you know That the green corn the corn is stunted because of drought And it's not ready for harvest or the quantity is in there at the end of the season How are we able to do ceremonies Answering.
It Will Be a Travesty and a Judicial Disgrace if Kyle Rittenhouse Is Convicted
"It will be not only a tragedy if Kyle rittenhouse is convicted. But it will be one of the biggest judicial disgraces we've ever seen. The real protests, now we won't do this because we don't do this. We shouldn't burn things. We shouldn't riot. We shouldn't break things. We should we should break the politicians by voting them out of office. But the real need for judicial reform will be somehow if Kyle rittenhouse is convicted. Now, if he's convicted, that'll lead me to one of my we ought to have professional juries diatribes, and then I'll get in all kinds of trouble for that. So you don't want that to happen. So just so you don't get bogged down with hearing people yell at me over my lifelong belief my long held belief that we ought to have professional juries in America who get paid like a salary, just like the stenographer does, just like the judge does, which is like the attorneys do, just like the bailiffs do. You'd have jurors who know what they're doing who are paid who know the law. They could be a jury of your peers. You can have a jury pool, but they're pros, not people who don't want to be there, and might be influenced by, I don't know MSNBC when they go home because this jury was not sequestered. I know I'll get in all kinds of trouble for it and people will call and be mad at me and that's all right. So for that reason alone, pray that Kyle rittenhouse
"bog" Discussed on Rap It Out
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AP review: At least 13 auto safety rules are years overdue
"The pandemic has the federal agency in charge of auto safety struggles with the backlog of safety rules that are years overdue an Associated Press review of the national highway traffic safety administration's rulemaking activities under the past three presidents finds at least thirteen safety rules estimated to save thousands of lives past due these include a warning indicator to drivers a passenger in the backseat is on buckled that was to be implemented by twenty fifteen the agency has not had a permanent leader for the past four years and auto safety groups say president Biden should act on the nomination advocates worry the agency has lost focus and risks getting bogged down at a time of increasing road accidents and reckless driving during the covert nineteen pandemic Ben
"bog" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Max tested so well at earned. The publications best smartphone display award. It also got a grade of a plus apple insider says that is display mates highest overall assessment. In case you didn't know what a plus meant while mine is not the best on the planet. Apparently i will say. I am grooving on the super retina. X t r led display on my iphone. Thirteen that thing about thumb tacks. I was watching on youtube. Looked really sharp and the blacks are so black. I can see every smudge and speck of dust. The beta braid keeps on keeping on i download. Blog ran a piece on tuesday. Saying apple had ceded the second betas of ios fifteen dot one pat o. s. fifteen dot one tv os fifteen one and watch os eight thought. One to developers not long after the piece was updated to say that the eighth beta of mac. Os monterey was also out to dev types. Now if you're one to wear both in napa watch and a mask you will be glad to hear. That apple is working on the unlocked with apple. Watch bog told you earlier. This week of a number of iphone. Thirteen owners complaining that they could not activate that feature. I also told you of a response from apple saying that that issue would be fixed and an upcoming software update. It looks like that'll be a long in the next update for iphone a separate piece for my download blog says the second beta of ios fifteen dot. One squashes that bog. As long as. We're talking about problems on the iphone. I heard from a few mac os. ken listeners. In response to my alarming alarm issue told you yesterday. That's getting my iphone thirteen. My phone will only wake me with sound. Built into iphone. Used to wake me with songs that i'd chosen for my itunes or apple music. One and a half listeners. Have had this problem serendipity q. Road in saying. I have the same issue. You mentioned about the iphone alarm. It won't play apple music even if you have downloaded that music hope. The problem will be fixed. Ken no relation. Roden to say i an iphone thirteen on friday and restored it from my iphone. Ten are directly. The alarm kept my customized ringtone which happens to be up around the bend by ccr..
France-US Spat: What happens when diplomatic relations turn sour?
"Me. I to explain not so much what france. He's angry about as why. France is being quite so demonstrative in its anger is agnes poirier author of not saddam the sole of france. So agnes. we don't want to get too bogged down in the details of the diplomatic spat which involves australia. The united states the united kingdom and france. But we want to talk more about the diplomatic spatters. An idea in this program both in theory and in practice. But let's start with france's participation in this particular diplomatic spat a. You surprised that. France is being quite so expressive as it is. I was at first when i first heard about that sim rain contract. I mean i knew it had been signed five years ago. Sign you about it. But it was remote souvenir and so i was quite struck. Yes by the force with which show young who is usually very cow passan. Very cautious minister very appreciated. Actually minister on the right and on the left informs used to be a defense an army ministers now the foreign affairs minister for france saying the morning when he talked about stabbing the bike etc. Everybody thought hang on a minute. There's something to it expire unusual for him and so we looked carefully at the small print and we looked into it and of course as the days passed and the anger was even more palpable. We sort of understood. What was it stake and why the french government was behaving that way
The Taliban Says Its Top Ally Is Communist China
"Taliban has said that it's number one. Ally is going to be communist China they believe in the And communist China's economic agenda. So, in addition to all the rest of it, we've just turned over the entire region. To China. And people will say good. Let them get bogged down. They're not going to get bogged down. They're not going to war with the Taliban. They're aligning with the Taliban. They're gonna have access to unbelievable. Minerals. And wealth. In the geography if you look at Afghanistan That place them in a strategic advantage Mountains. And tunnels are no mountains and tunnels. Against India. Against Pakistan. In other countries. It gives them a lane into the Middle East that they didn't have before. And I guess they're going to get the Bagram airport to Which is a major disaster. A major disaster. Unbelievable.
"bog" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"For the attack but say the president's commitment to find those who carried it out has not changed. I think he made clear yesterday that he does not want them to live on the earth. Anymore and peter weather hunting for isis fighters the pentagon also revealing. How many isis prisoners were recently freed by the taliban lesser. That's right the pentagon for the first time says. Thousands of isis prisoners were released from prisons including bog airbase after the us handed it over to the afghan security forces but when the taliban took over they set those prisoners. Free lesser peter. Thank you back home. Let's turn to hurricane ida now forecast to hit the gulf coast this weekend as potentially life-threatening category. Four storm l. roker is following. Its track for us out. What's the latest lester ida right now. Category one storm six hundred and seventy five miles southeast of new orleans eighty mile per hour winds. And it's moving in a fairly good clip north west at fifteen what. We're most concerned about the current gulf waters during their upper eighties. That's three to five degrees above average and that is going to lead to rapid intensification. We look forward sunday afternoon sometime. This making landfall somewhere along the louisiana coast as a category four storm and it could be higher anywhere from lake charles new orleans mobile panama city. All going to be feeling its effects. We have storm. Surge forecast of ten to fifteen feet and central louisiana coastline or looking for wind gusts of up to seventy five miles per hour and rainfall amounts isolated amounts. Lester could get up to twenty inches of rain. I'm heading down to new orleans. We're going to be covering this all weekend. Long ugly one stay safe out. Thank you in a state of emergency. Already in effect tonight in louisiana where people are bracing for ida the devastation of katrina and other powerful storms. Still seared in their memories. Morgan chessy is there. Tonight tonight in louisiana a summer long cyber relief is over hurricane ida putting new orleans on high alert supplies disappearing in an all-too-familiar rush from picturing something like this is not to be played with midas potential path covering nearly the entire coastline of louisiana. They see all the conditions.
"bog" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Folks. You got to watch the video go to my rumble account at the beginning please. They took over the presidential palace. This is what i'm talking about. We need to level these things. Innocent lives are going to be loss so your choices this too. We choices to we lose. Innocent lives or not. That's not the traits. Everything's on the margin. Nothing's black or white here. The question is how many innocent lives are going to be lost if we allow allow the taliban to just an unfettered take over the country and they terminate american lives how many versus the america versus the innocent lives lost if we have to level one of these places is your only choices again. I don't disagree with both trump and biden approach to afghanistan that the mission was over. I don't disagree. I'm not equivocating at all. And i owe you an explanation but this was not the way to do it. I said yesterday. And i'm getting i'm gonna give you some information a second. I have a source very good source. She knows who she is. who knows. let's just say no someone in country now with who knows a lot of stuff. I wanna out anyone. We had a runway ladies and gentlemen in bog rem airbase which is about a twenty minute helicopter flight outside of kabul. We had a military base nicely nestled in the mountains. It was secure herbal. It was secured. We had equipment there. we had rifles. We at 'em wraps we had facilities. We had a strip we had planes. We could've provided air support. We control that runway. Why i cannot figure out for the life of me why it is that. The biden administration abandoned bog rem before it abandoned the embassy in kabul. They could have taken people out of out of kabul slowly into bagaram got them out of the country and then made from their last stand but they did it in reverse and tried to defend karzai airport in downtown kabul with buildings around and enemies everywhere. It makes no sense would you. I mean think about it..
"bog" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions
"Day adventure aboard a glamorous starship i'm warning interact with characters and be active participants in slowly unfold all around and really according to valey you see a model star cruiser itself all the healthiest. And you'll get a look at some incredible visuals on the ship. The first time it's real we've traveled to the far reaches galaxy. We got recruited by the persistence. And now we're ready to ship. No we're going to save the galaxy. We set up top. We've gone for the physi- carbonated soft drinks tonight. Because i've had to hold bleiler in back at this week. He's been a rabid dog muslim. And everything what we're about tonight we're talking about the cost of fandom. The news the galactic star cruiser the prices and artillery have dropped star. Wars call disney. Walt disney world dropped the prices within the video to expect at the extremely hoy and immersive hotel. And it's caused a bit of a stir online because it would seem that the price set layer offering the price points are possibly little higher than the majority of people had thought or anticipated ahead of time. So tonight we're going to be given our own. What we think about the announcement in the first place and the star cruiser is so we know how either doesn't look good doesn't look bad. Is it worth the money that they want. And also the itinerary so this money but we get out of it and then Will be given off thoughts and opinions through all of that but talk. We will give our thoughts on the galactic star cruiser an journal so when when you heard that this was being a becoming reality we we are excited by the idea of it before it before we knew anything about it because he knows about this for. Haven't we before the dog times before. The bio yes. Yes might know. I always thought this was a crazy. Cool concept are now we heard de twenty three twenty thousand nine hundred. I believe Bog trae pack. They're telling us that. That's that's the audio you just heard and you know. At the time. I thought man that sounds. That sounds really cool. I ca- star wars law like live action role playing style hotel. I mean what's not to love and it was kind of being labeled as a cruise that can adventure For that to kind of be so to to to live alongside galaxy's edge..
"bog" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Strangers so last time some things didn't go as planned. We met mantar nice fellow. He disappeared much to a quick gone before his prime You know night went on. We took a little nap at mary to sings. It was touching really a pleasant reunion for all involved and wilder told me that if people wanted to touch his face they could Let's see they were some shadowy people with fiery is just you know hanging around. Didn't like that one bit I don't know what happened after that. I was sleeping and someone else was on watch. Poo wilder and order bog went storm into some ruins. I love to tell you what happened there. But i wasn't in there so i don't know But minora bog we uh oh no not orbach the other one. Yeah you whatever. His name was garris. Yeah that's the one you thank you for remembering really means a lot to me. No it's the least i could do. After that touching conversation we had about two gods and faith and all the things that just warmed my heart deep inside and then you left to and boy sure. Hope you're all right. That's that's where callum left off at off at a ringo. The drum solos coming in over ear microphone. I don't want to have to edit that much all right so where we pick up. We're going to start out with alien alien. Yes sorry wrong voice. Yes time to get sassy southern indeed. What do we do. And where did i go. You find yourself without memory anything that we were just talking about now. I have not a clue and you are in a field with your parents and your brother and you're happy and you're having a picnic this must be a and your mother looks at goes. Well how do you. Why do you see. Seem so bemused all of a sudden not entirely. Sure what you mean. mom. I don't know you just seem so distracted from what's going on. Well it's not like the is a ton going on. Do you want to focus closer on that. 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Nope you're in the middle of just a giant grassy hill with your family. I'm gonna look really intently. At the grass. The grass is blown in the wind. Then you hear a woman's voice in the back you head saying Can i come in. Well i suppose. And as you say that all the as you say that all the grass around you wiltz and turns brown the the skies darken and you see kind of and you see this like dark shadow. Come down from the sky and a humanoid form take just forms in in that and you see A woman in the A woman who looks kinda like a cross between more tissue atoms and elvira the night she standing. She standing there with a dagger she does. You'll have to excuse me for a second. This is going to seem a little bit stark but it needs to. We need some privacy and she turns around and stabs all three of them in the head. Well that's a way make an entrance and as she stabs him in the head their bodies kinda piccoli out and kind of glitch out into nothingness and she goes. That's a little better she goes. You're probably don't know who i am but you did a favor for me did i. Yeah you did well you sort of did not you you Let's just say you're not the you that you used to be. But i digress there. There's more to it than i can have time to explain here My name is tania. Alrighty then and you rescued mike herald did i now. Yeah the last time you were here. And where pray tell is here well. It's not here but at least not where you think. We are The differences. I can't stay. Because if i do you'll burn up so i need to wake you up and then when you get out opened the door twice twice so understood yes open close at open it. Are you ready. saw okay. And she takes her knife that she had and she stabs you in the face and you feel searing pain in where you would where people would tell your third is at some sense some like that and and it's it hurts is probably the most painful thing you've ever felt in your life as you feel it your eyes pop open. You have like a mask. That's covering your mouth and you are suspense. You are suspended with your arms bound up and your legs bound down in in a suspended tube of water and as you look out through the water you see what looks like an arcane laboratory with two humanoid figures that are made completely out of water going about their business you i see a door you see two doors goody ones which are they together. They separate like where we're on opposite si- in opposite sides of the room but of course. How close am i to glass. I'm assuming i'm glass. Nope no glass. The water is literally suspended in a tube form. Can i choose to fall out of the water. You all right now. You are kind of bound so you would have to take care.
"bog" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"And welcome to this episode of playing games with strangers. Everybody hopefully there is a difference in the record audio on this episode because we are recording with a new set up and we are super excited to do this so we do not have gs with us tonight. He's having some health things going on. He may be joining us later. Who knows but you know. We're praying for them and hoping he gets better but with us tonight. We do have as i go around my brady bunch circle on my screen. We have joe cya crandall. Who'll hello there. We have david clements. High ron wbz choke outside of beverly massachusetts. And below. dave we have celeste. Hello and next us lest we have steve. Mcdonald's everybody and finally we have catherine irwin sqi folk. It's hard for me not to introduce you a squid but i don't think that works for credits if we just go by your nickname well i mean. I can't if you don't care. I'll legally changed. My name will let you know when it goes through ski. I'm sure your parents will love that. So does anybody just said you have a pu recap for us well. I forgot to write something. But i can see tell you what. Let's play the music. And then you can recap.
"bog" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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