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Virginia speedway: Driver dies following crash during race
"A driver died Saturday night in a crash during the race at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia. Speedway, officials say the driver Sean Balu, Zo died following a crash during the second of two modified division races. The Virginian Pilot reports. The 64 year old Blues, A was the winningest driver in the history of the track. He'd finished second in the first of Saturday's twin 50 lap race. This is
Is the Women's March Only For on White Women?
"We got some interesting things to talk about Zaire Bill. Our friend was invited onto the board of the women's March. She was so happy. Ah I was so happy so happy and then forty eight hours later they kicked off. This is not Zara measor. This is our friends are Balu. Executive Director of the Council of American Islamic Relations in San Francisco's chapter and forty eight hours later woman's March W T.F. You're were instagram and what were your feelings that the woman's March is apparently not for me yeah. The woman's March is saying that we can't advocate for the lives of Palestinians anymore. That's why she was kicked off. I mean like the women's March always has these ridiculous right wing trolls around them that are manipulating all the women that are involved with this but basically what they were doing was they dug into his Arab News Archive of tweets from many many years and Zari Stu tweet extensively and they pulled up all of her Palestinian tweets and they use that as a reason to kick her off the board just so terrible I think like we're just like a we're. We're in this age of culture where people are digging up all these things from past in like you're being held responsible for something that you said a long time ago but it also be like everything's are said is facts you just there was nothing she said that was wrong but because we're in this day and age where it's all about like colliding people's tweets on fire in calling out people. There's no room for reasonable discourse. I mean this goes beyond reasonable discourse of course to me. This is telling me what discourse is period yeah because you're telling me that I can now no longer talk about apartheid existing in Israel which does yeah there are apartheid supporters yeah. You're telling me that I can't talk about that by. Wouldn't you want that kind of diverse perspective on on aboard anyway. That's the whole point of the women's. March is bring together so many radical voices and then have a dialogue and you just kicked a person off the board who is so ready and capable to do that. It's the white women's March. You know that's basically we all know. That's what the subtext is yeah yeah but you know what. I'M NOT GONNA. Give white people that I don't know something about that feels like you don't get to have that. You don't get to like well. I liked about what direction Raja was saying was was that she on her twitter account. You know how they were using the American flag hit job woman as the poster at the women's March okay so you know how on the poster it it said we the people and this is our greater than fear and then one of directions followers edited the bottom and it said submit to fear which is so oh well done well done okay. Here's my beef. There are a lot of women who are white woman who I like an are my friends. I would preferred a label it as the Nancy Pelosi March. It's not the woman's march anymore. It's the Nancy Pelosi March because to me Nancy Pelosi stands as that older generation and that old way of thinking period regardless of what generation you're from that is like moderate conservative trying trying to be Democrat saying things like I'm not GonNa try to impeach Brett Cavanaugh like to me. That's the same person I don't know I think for me. The women's March just seeing everything the taxing hell into starts tour had to leave the women's march on July fifteenth along with two of her supporters Bob Bland and to make a Maori like just the Lynch mob rightly. There's like Internet mob mentality to attack them on the Internet. Get them kicked out of the women's March now they're trying to lake reframe themselves and finally other people to replace them with in Zaire. Bill would have been like amazing perfect there and then they they don't want her because her whatever so it's just like. Zion is being kicked out of the women's. March is like a reason for me to see this movement and say like this isn't for me. This is not a space for me. This isn't a space for Muslim women. Stop fucking using our Muslim women images in your protests. If so clear that you don't want us for our values are if feels like that's what they want. They just want to like a vision of us. They want the symbol of his job and to protect US and save us but they don't actually want us to actually have a voice. I think they want our voice along as it sounds like a moderate conservative would've voice that doesn't support black lives matter that doesn't work against the moderate conservative movement. That's trying to normalize what trump's doing yeah because here's the quote that's making me feel that way. The same article wrote unfortunately Belu's racist tweets do not stand alone. They seem to reflect the views of of most prominent Muslims in America on the left. What the fuck does that mean that human rights violations by Israel against Palestinians Finian's is not okay. That's a left idea. That's a left idea yeah. Apparently that was a stupid article. I mean when you say that like apparently it's not for us. It sounds like that's exactly what they're fine with saying. I don't think that the women's March can really recover from this which is unfortunate because I think like I think about this a lot. In movements we do do so much work to like move people. They really feel like at some point like the women's march was a movement right like everyone showed up on the capital not because of an organization but because they wanted women to be there I think about this about black lives matter and I think about this about the civil rights movement. There's always like you know Oh. Maybe an informant that's like making this shit like fall apart and there's always like government and FBI NCAA and like. I don't want to be conspiracy theorist but there are like it's not a conspiracy when it's like real movements are always being brought down because they don't WanNa see us rise up in. I feel like that's kind of what's happening here and like ah I think we have to deal with that in a real way. Yeah you know because that is of course going to be there tactic. Why wouldn't it? I feel like that's where we are in the women's. March like this is like it's so so clear this organization has fallen victim to this tactic and like I hope that feeling that people had on election day or inauguration day of showing up. I hope people don't like field. He'll dismissed by that feeling that power of being at the protest these are the splits that they're going to continue to try to create is like the question of like split loyalties and you know. Who Do you stand with you know. Are you one of us all the way until they've moved toward fascism yeah dictatorship. This is their job up. This is what they're trying to do. I think we have to be really blunt about that and know that and work really consciously up against it yeah also are we infiltrating in their meetings and like being like saying as they in these this conversation like when you say they the unified dark money right are we going to. They're like men's activist meetings men's rights activists meetings and like being like yeah men's rights and also I wanNA listen to women's sometimes. I don't feel feel like that's my role in this movement but I'm hoping that you know I'm for hire to infiltrate. I don't know if you'll be able to pass us in these spaces. I'll just go with my white husband. Oh yeah well. I mean like literally like you send your husband and your good. No I want to be there. I just don't I don't know you think you won't work. Get Veronica Mars it
"balu" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"It's great to have you with us on a busy friday night. I'm tom yomas in for david. David and we begin tonight with that panic at another walmart a man in body armor and an assault style rifle walking through store missouri terrifying shoppers and following them outside as they escaped. That's we're retired. Firefighter ended the threat holding him at gunpoint until police came and made an arrest that gunman is now facing terrorism arisen charge even though he never fired a shot and tonight we're learning what he told police about why he went to that walmart so heavily armed a._b._c.'s gio benitez leads us off tonight. Dmitri under janko is in jail on charges of making a terrorist threat after setting off fears of a mass shooting hail wearing a more through best they are around. His neck of the story is recording so just after four pm thursday. The twenty year old walked into this walmart in springfield missouri dressed rest in body armor. Caring assault rifle police say he had a hundred rounds of ammunition a store manager pulling the fire alarm sending customers fleeing outside died. I realized it was on a hunting rifle that it was an assault rifle and not really scared me minutes later by stamford julie balu capturing this terrifying seen the suspect walking right towards her car with his hands up in the air. It's about to get out of my car. When i heard if waste soft my left say. Is that a rifle. Is that a real rifle a former firefighter confronting under chango. He does not want to be identified. Why andrea my weapon told him to put his hands in the air. He complied compliant the whole time videotaping on his phone which was kind kind of odd tonight. Police saying chanko told them he quote wanted to know if that walmart honored the second amendment and that dude three recent shootings and a stabbing he wanted to protect himself police looking at these videos of under csangos shooting target practice with a semiautomatic gun. His intent was not 'cause piece or or or comforts anybody that was in the business here in fact. He's lucky he's alive still to be honest. Gio joins us now live g._o. We just heard it there. Police police shedding light on the gunman's possible motive and in a week that seemed to mesh shootings the suspect in this case told police he was surprised by the panic and this is really astonishing tom because he's apparently now claiming to police that he never expected people to react this way that he wanted his sister to record it on the phone. She said it was a bad idea so he ended up recording it himself. Tom gio benitez leading us off tonight. Gio thank you next the hunt for a gunman who killed two people after crashing crashing his car into there's during rush hour then unloading round after round into their vehicle the shootout on a busy highway in houston backing up traffic for miles but but the gunman drove away before police arrived tonight they're asking for the public's help to find him. Here's a._b._c.'s clayton sandell houston. Police tonight are searching for a gunman inman who turned a rush-hour freeway into a deadly shooting gallery one victim lying on the ground as good samaritans desperately try c._p._r. To keep them alive as interstate ten traffic backed up for miles to drive by shooting hispanic mccain's shirt holding a really neat. She's dead another car investigators say it started around six last night two suspects in dark sedan ramming into this silver car forcing it to spin out witnesses say one suspect jumped out of his car firing what appeared to be an a._r. Fifteen rifle he actually pursued the vehicle as a vehicle wrote down. The hill firing rounds at the.
"balu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And LeBron. Then it might Balu K D to say, hey, I need to stay Golden State because that might be my best shot at competing for tight. By rejoining, the fellas Klay Thompson, and Steph curry, along with likely joy grieve. I don't have anywhere else and I'm going to go where I'd be able to compete. Well, what the Lakers might have is store for the rest of the league. Yeah. That makes sense. Meantime Durant has been in New York's in surgery repair. The twenty Killys plans to communicate with teams from there at the two time NBA finals MVP leaves Golden State win horse on plan b by the bay concept that Durant has talked to people about joining other free agents about joining him with the Brooklyn. Nets has reached my ears, but just because they've talked about it doesn't mean it's a final decision and the warriors they intend to offer him a full five-year max, they have an avenue be ready to go if Kevin wants to leave they want to work with him on a sign and trade where even if they don't get any players back, even if they just got a trade exception back. They actually could use that to sign and trade, their own players to bring players to Golden State. They have that ready to go because they do there's a possible that he will leave so whoa. Jolt reporting the warriors plant offer Klay Thompson, five years of one hundred ninety million. That's a max contract. When free agency opens at six eastern on Sunday decides expected to quickly reach a formal agreement. Tom. In a all star recovering from the twin left ACL suffered in game six of the NBA finals. So they're willing to offer match for K D max for Klay. They're willing to pay up big to keep the band together pretty Coleman. Myron medcalf on Freddie and Fitz Simons on the warriors willing to shell out the big bucks. They're willing to give Kevin Durant, and Klay Thompson. Full, max contracts also try.
"balu" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Totally different because launch pad is in both though they never really acknowledged that it's weird. He just launch pad was the. Remember the budget? Name. 'cause I they raised me. I would do my homework. I do my math homework and watch these cartoons. That's what I would do. And I was so mad because the OJ Simpson trial interrupted this. And that's how I remember obstruct, but launchpad was the flights. He was the what do you call a flight attendant pilot? He's a big goofy duck that I was talking to you. Okay. Always a bond fast. I think it was launch pad. Oh, there was a Gus. He's a big. He's a he's a better mouse. I don't wanna say he's a big was he Balu that Balu looking asthma fucker though, Balu, but there is a Chippendales rescue ranger, those four, there's ship del gadget. And then there was like. Calls. No, who is a bear, these mix. Blooming. Talking about tailspin this whole time not booking. Rescue rangers. Oh, I guess, so. But you came in singing, that Chippendales rescue raters you were. You were often the gecko. No. I am not wise this shit though, while I am going to take full responsibility in educating, my little meat and he's Maya because mama doesn't seem to know. I know I can't my niece going off to school confusing them. She'll be the laughing stock of the school. I mean, I, I want to say aging out, but then you said, no J Simpson trial, and I was in the fifth grade. So I clearly years demographic. Let's you're you're dark green duck and tailspin was getting interrupted.
"balu" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"President Trump is already weighed in on your candidacy. He said this about you. He's got a lot of hand movements. Is he crazy or is that just the way he acts. Probably the best that I know of. This is intercepted. I'm Jeremy Scahill coming from the offices of the intercept the New York City, and this is episode eighty-seven of intercepted. Rising threat around the world. I don't really I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problem. I guess if you look at what happened in New Zealand for half sets a case, I don't know enough about it yet. They're just learning about the person and the people, but it's certainly a terrible thing. Terrible thing despite what Donald Trump may say or tweet countries across the world are witnessing the rise of violent far right white power movements that have as their goal Iraq decaying, non white people from the globe, and they have among their allies and promoters people in governments in Europe in the United States and elsewhere in the world later on in this program. We're going to be talking to a historian who has studied the evolution of white power movements in the United States. And what that can teach us about the massacre. Fifty people at two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand that professor Kathleen Balu of the university of Chicago argues that it's a mistake to. Portray white terrorists. As lone wolves the longer legacy of leaderless resistance has been that this movement has disappeared as a movement, and what happens is that. We're not able to sort of create a public understanding of this. As a coherent connected set of events with a coherent political ideology. We are also going to be hearing from my intercept colleague journalist Murtaza Hussain, he read the shooter's seventy four page so called manifesto. You know, very clearly struck me that this guy is not crazy. His is not the words of somebody who's a maniac. It's somebody with very coherence Enda well-thought-out ideology who'd thought through the aftermath of the attack. You've thought about the context of it. And he made a very calculated decision in the aftermath of the nine eleven attacks. There was an immediate uptick in anti Muslim rhetoric hate crimes spiked and the US went to war against quote, radical Islamic terrorism. Nearly two decades later this spin has become in the eyes of many US political figures set in stone policy of you that ultimately leads to the demonization of Islam as a religion, we have in Donald Trump, a president who has openly espoused sympathy for white supremacists. He has attempted to ban Muslims from entering the United States because they are Muslim. And he said he supports the killing of the families of suspected terrorists. Donald J Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States. We'll have to take out families when you get these terrorists you have to take out their families. They they care about their lives. Don't get yourself say they don't care about the less. You have to take Trump doesn't talk about all victims equally. And he has consistently refused to apply. The gutter talk that engages in when the shooter is a Muslim to white people who commit acts of terrorism or when the victims are Muslims. In fact, Trump consistently denies the very facts that the whole world is witness to including the fact that extremist white supremacist violence is on the rise. But not all of those people were Neo Nazis. Believe me, not all of those people will white supremacists. I think this blame on both sides. You look at. Sides. I think is blame on both. I got the white supremacist Neo nutsy? I got them all that. Let's say KKK we have cake, I got him. So they're having a hard time. So what did they say, right? It should have been sooner. He's a racist. It should have been soon. Okay. So it should have been this type of rhetoric coming from the president of the United States is not to be misunderstood white supremacy is being actively defended and justified by this administration, and let's be honest confronting right wing, violent, extremism and white supremacist violence and terror are not a US priority. Here's former FBI counterterrorism agent Ali Sufen on the resources allocated to fighting white supremacy. We see an increasing threat emerging in the United States. And in Europe, however, fought if you resources are devoted to combat. Ding this threat at least in the United States..
"balu" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"W CBS news time one twenty. A fourteen year old Jersey City boy now faces weapons charges because a security officer reportedly found a gun in his bag yesterday James Murray elementary school, which actually serves pre k through eighth grade students. Nobody was hurt. Police have not said if the boy goes to that school and with that as a lead in also in New Jersey in an emergency like a school shooting how quickly law enforcement is informed of that emergency can be the difference between life or death. I think so people are very nervous when he's talked a gramophone instead of pushing a button jersey state assemblyman democrat Ralph Caputo is the co-sponsor of the new law that will put silent panic alarms in every public school in the state do response time once it's executed at times of pushing the proper button to police will be notified immediately, and they'll be able to cut down and response time and get their hopefully save lives. The newly signed laws named Melissa's law in memory of Elissa Aalto deaf, a former Woodcliff resident who was among the seventeen killed in the parkland. Florida school shooting lists parents were on hand. As governor Murphy signed the Bill saying their hearts are overwhelmed at other daughter's death is making national changes for school safety. Mike smells to be CBS. News Radio eight eighty it's one twenty to jump back in time for second forty one years ago today. Nineteen Seventy-eight blizzard of seventy eight started February fifth causing a lot of damage around the northeast and snow was still falling on February seventh in Brooklyn. Maryland Custodio was nine months pregnant at the time and doing five days on. You should be fine. Call me anything. He said. Balu is not kidding Cousteau. Your day go into labor the next morning had to be rushed over the Brooklyn hospital through twenty inches of snow. Got there on what was then a double G train made it gave birth to eight and a half, Tom boy that after noon that boy's name like I said Leuwen kidding lose umbrella, producer thankful for lose family that they were safe, and that's a fun story. But the blizzard of seventy eight was no joke blame for one hundred people dying in the northeast caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. It's one twenty two. It's the ultimate.
Longtime Sabres announcer taken from press box on stretcher
"Writer Bill Balu of the Worcester. Massachusetts telegram says he ain't voting to put Maryono Rivera into the hall of fame. Apparently, it's not personal this from the post. Blue spends nearly fifteen hundred words of his. The latest article denigrating the role of the closer in baseball saying the save is the lowest hanging fruit on the game statistical tree closers are. It's a naked emperors before he finally declares. He will not submit a ballot this year as a result Balu gets to have his cake and eat it too. If you will arguing against reviewers hall of fame case without suffering the wrath of blowing potential unanimous selection for Rivera Balu also makes a particularly strange argument about revere never winning and ERA title five seventeen WCBS. It's the season of giving and the NYPD had a surprise this week for one officer, son. Steve burns explains sixteen-year-old Aiden Riley is always looked up to his dad as an officer in the mid town north precinct. Now, you can ride around in his own version of NYPD cruiser.
"balu" Discussed on No Ego
"If you think your employers job is to buy you in or engage you you're really on the wrong side of it. It. And so it's the ability to commit the willingness to do whatever it takes and resilience the willingness or the ability to stay the course, and that's not always about strength by the boat being good crowd sourcing and connecting with other people's wisdom and an ultimately wants time for ownership. It doesn't hurt because you were all in and you use all your resources, and you screw up you just own it. And and then you learn from it, which is kind of that final phase in. It's so fun to me when I see models that we picked up on the research, and I see these relief applications of you know, as you have built your multiple businesses. But now building impact theory and in all of that. It's just it's fun. When I see those models come full circle. And I see him out there. You know, I'm a founder myself, and I s flood while you s a couple of questions one is this weird. Question. Like, how do you do it all and I often responds happily an imperfectly like the when people get hooked up on? How you do it all they're like, how do you do it all perfectly? And if you realize you're going to do with imperfectly, you can not do everything, but you can do a lot. But whether you're either key learnings, or you know, tips as a founder yourself for others that you would call out things you've learned not only being the founder, but item in business with my spouse. And you know, just some of that working ends than finding times to turn it off. And just love one another. Yes. So I used to think on the paper on how do you do all and M I festively just stopped judging myself compared to others and just like a how much can you Benny saw? Instead of looking all the women all the people that are doing things may seem to be doing amazingly. Well. And. I have I think each person is individual. And so I have a different type of life, and I have different things like health issues. So I have to address that. So I think just cutting the codes of looking on the people and thinking, oh, they're able to do all a now. I am not. That means I'm incompetent. I think. That's the first thing that you need to do is just stop doing that. I had to do that. And then just gone what does mile life me. Lisa Balu, look like with my husband, Tom, Bellew, not what does aside to think the type of relationship, you should have not as a woman, should you really be running the business because I've had everything was put up Greek Orthodox, and it was definitely, oh, you're going to get married and have kids, and that's gonna be alive. And so I think the me it was like stopping the noise of what am I should be like, but also addressing the things I really want to. So like I actually am while the traditional. So I love feeling come good wife, and I like taking care of my husband, great nut tra-, but the. In that dynamic. I'm a business woman. And I'm running my business, and I have to put him policies, and I have to be emotionally stable and a have to be able to be leader guide. The team on the stand off goes are and being able to articulate them. So these these different elements to made that I I had to put myself in one bucket or another and the truth is I mean story like I'm also of my own life in as much as that may sound cheesy is so true. And once I started believing it I started structuring my life to to to be like that. So I said to myself. Okay, Lisa you, love business. I knew love the joy of learning. So go deep, and if that means that my husband's nice me, I'm not gonna kiss cuddle on him because I'm focused on this thing. But when we're alone, I wanna be total mushy, softy woman who wants to coolant her husband's arms and filled them up around me. So if these are the things I really feel unique an-..
"balu" Discussed on Double Toasted
"So how harsh it is. And and get it out there. So people know the truth, but by the time, he made this one they made that live action one that actually wasn't just a carbon copy of the cartoon where they added some of this stuff on. So his comes out and is different. But not that and that's right there. But you see it's not it's not it's not different up to justify making it in one of the things that I noticed that they did here. I think I don't want to compare this to the twenty sixteen film, but the twenty sixteen film, it bound a balance it did because because it has its harsh. It's a good balance of taking a lot from the original cartoon. But then also making it harsher 'cause you know, you you're watching this. This con- is scary. He is terrifying. He really is. Got a glass eye. We watch him kill the the the the head of the pride or the domain the lock in the Wolfpack. That's no doubt. He's ready to kill it. Anything? Everybody in his way. Martin you get chills when he when you hear that. He's around your flash of orange. You like oh shit. Oh, yeah. No. The thing is he ain't fucking around. No. And we already saw that you saw him actually murdered in the last movie. We saw him. We saw his cruelty we saw his relentless nature. Now. I'm not saying that this movie can't go dark the one that we have now. No, not at all. But what I'm saying is is that again, you know, there are certain things here where when the movie it either you either gonna have to stick to some of the darkness that you have are you going to have to find a balanced like some of these the movies have think that the because in addition to some the light-hearted what seems like family friendly moments in his movie it quickly goes into errors. Glacial these animals as animals when I say start out cute is all it takes about five minutes. Turn the teeth in cloths and in everything involves teeth in clause after that. These animals are scary. Not just not just she a con all of their scary. They get into arguments and when they get into arguments. I mean, it ain't like you and me argon right here. They each part. Yeah. Scene. Balu Aguirre had the little back and forth and just seven like oh, gone, man. And here that comes down to a true on. I'm biting you. You bite me with scratch each other. Hey, stop it. You guys must be friends. Oh, no, no. The other one is like, oh, Gary why use blue blue our user responsible in this. The fuck. Off me, man. They kill you this shit. Looks like something out Jurassic world. Right. And these are the friends. Yeah. No, the friends, and they even got animals on decided like, hey, you won't do. You break it up the middle of that lose my head. It is in a scary, man. It's bloody it's bloody when they fight there's moments where you see animals being animals to the point where they kill..
"balu" Discussed on Double Toasted
"We knew. She killed him today. Right there. But the. I feel like you probably not as harshness areas. I am like you do. But do you see what I'm talking about? I do too a degree. I mean as far as the what you're saying about the characters. Yes, they they bleed over into being anthropomorphized to the point of at times. It's almost like watching the island of Dr Moreau what you have animal human hybrids. Yeah. Mutants? Yeah. Yeah. They they asked that actually is kind of what they look like specially when he when you get to Balu you kind of like God damn. Oh, oh, yeah. We're balu. That's what that's what I'm saying. Because what I say these characters get rough when the design of them is really crude, you know, the then the animals they take on even a. More. I would say. A disturbing look. Yes, I'm trying to be nice. But no, no disturbing is. This is like poke post-apocalyptic jungle. It is not like Balu right there. Balloons like blue is like a homeless, man. Yeah. You know balloon like somebody who would be a drunken sought on the streets of London. Yeah. Yeah. Beluga that Jerry curl over his body and his rough face and Balu when he talks and Balu is rough like, I went to Balu Balu looks like he is just disease. Yes. All over like, whatever I seen it all might whatever. The last thing you did you should've worn condom 'cause he looks like shit. And I mean in really doesn't like he's just falling apart. Like, he when he talks like he's a he's drunk half the time. Yeah. His lips split permanently. Whole one side got that little Mugler. Hey, buddy, buddy. Man. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, he looks. Diseased he looked zombie fide. He looks like he has every STD in the jungle. He looks Bill is rough. Yeah. He like there's nothing appealing about. I might wanna get a pint mom, man, she got a pint of soap and watch. What show? This is not a bad. It's going to tailspin. No, no. Should I know you down to the Ben assessing Dale? And I like that high. But in the other animals at just as unappealing of like when we talk about the when we talking about. The the the hyena like hyenas acids. Just dirty the just constantly flies. Yeah. Just hovering around his ass added hair. Yeah. Yeah. It's in a way, that's cool because they really are trying to like show, you how this is not a place of a mobile. It is a rough place animals. Here are not clean animals and not nice at you know, the jungle everything is trying to eat you. Fuck you kill you. Welcome to the jungle bane. You going down. But you're going to suffer a whole lot. Yeah. And I just think that the contrast between the those bits of lighter tones, those cartoony moment straight up cartoony moments. They have in here in contrast to the tone that we get later does not fit because not only do these animals, look more disturbing. A look more wild more feral. They also more harsh and character, not aloof. Like, you know, you don't not gonna win about all that dances. And they'll bring danced around here. Now, they're very stern. They're very harsh. And in fact, and very mad very mad effect in in the movie takes that sort of attitude. The whole thing if you wanna survive life is hard, and you have to be rough and talk to rough treat it rough in order to survive. It what how you feel about that? I feel it's that to a point. But as you say, it also has those cartoony moments the whole time watching this. I I felt like like Andy circus was so like man, I I grew. He grew up reading the jungle book hate it. What Disney did? And when he heard they will make an a live action movie. He was like, no, I cannot watch them do this to this book. Again, I gotta make my own tell the real story the real deal..
"balu" Discussed on Wow In the World
"I'm thinking of is even bigger much much bigger. Like like an elephant note, we Opole her note of Balu wail, those things are massive. I'm talking about something even bigger Mindy bigger than a blue whale. The I'm talking about a Jain Norma s-, galactic guzzler, galactic. I know what you're talking about guy. Roz you're talking about a black. That's right. And you can forget about cheeseburgers because these bad boys they eat up in tire stars for breakfast. And you're right guy. Roz? I mean who better to learn about the ancient art of competitive eating than a galactic giant who's been doing it for billions of years Higgs xactly? Are we doing standing around here for come on get your care? Gulling get going where to the black hole. We're actually going to visit a black hole. I was thinking we might just go to your gingerbread librarian read about black holes in a safe place. Oh, yes. So about that. It's not a library at the moment. I temporarily turned it into a ball pit room. Only the balls are actually made out of water balloons. What besides why would we want to read about black holes when we have a fully almost bunk tional time machine that could literally take us anywhere in time and space will you know, many books can also transport you to far off places and too distant times kind of are the best. But they're not nearly as much fun to drive. Well, you don't drive books. Not with that attitude. You don't okay fine. Let's go. Visit a black hole. Yes time if she or as I like to call it machine. Okay. Let me just open this door here. Hooking after you and be careful riser. Somebody's. Somebody's. Here. Let me help you. The wiser manny's all over the floor. I only just gave the time machine of fresh coat this morning. I don't mothering the time machine in manny's e yeah, why for one I didn't want to get it all over.
"balu" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"W. h. a. AS an iheartradio station We are back NewsRadio, eight forty w. h. a. s. a lot of Holeable Balu for. This girl that the her shirt was inside out at the. Tennis match she had a, sports bra on underneath, not revealing at all it was a sports bra very large sports bra and she. Just did the shirt inside out and the referee got upset with her and now it's been on every TV show in America today talking about the double standard that the. Guys can take vacant show their, bras all day long all day long. Like, I. Walk by. Construction site it'll be all guys in their bra right right and tar Why Tonight Double. Standard, yeah double standard. Vans. Crazy what about the? Chick the soccer girl that was the best part of the mobile mobile chick the, Dame the. Broad thank, you soccer. Broad there you. Go. Thanks she. Scored the. Goal did she wasn't paying attention because what's her name was women's soccer Chastain Quit calling I'm teasing joke I'm Jay, she kicked the winning goal to. Win, the World. Cup, and she ripped. Her. Top off in sports? Bra that was eighteen years ago I think is a bikini way more revealing yeah, but there's. Different rules, it's kind. Of like when. You. Walk in. Like start. Dating a girl and come in you're taking her on the day yeah Hey hey Tina I noticed that. The, non Forty-five movie and you walk underwear but earlier. That day you just saw in a bikini how different. It's different rules. Some underwear. Kind of see through some bikinis are kind of see, through there's no doubt about we've been sobbing Jefferson. County public schools we have, in solving it you have one we have. One, point six billion dollars. A year to work with yes I think we've solved a bunch of problems here here's, what we've come up with so. Far Get rid. Of all economic classes because let's face it Nobody at, JCP s knows anything that. Applies to real world economics clearly fire everyone, reader view everyone's got to re interview for their gig and there might be some extra duties Food assistance of your. Taking food assistance you gotta start working the kitchen and that. That is not a slide against people that need food assistance, every there's a ton of people that. Need food assistance but at some point you got to have a trade off I might as, well saying work in the kitchen every day. But six to eight, weeks a, year if you're on food assistance. Where you're, getting breakfast and lunch every single school day, for, free then, you need to work in the kitchen some people might say that's mean and they're. Right before the, break, I mean it dawned on me that Marty polio said hey. We need we need to increase your taxes. Because, we want. Art teachers at every elementary school and, I said well, what I just, have the. Lunch, lady take? On. Extra duty that's what they do at the radio station hey we need we need. A new. Vacuum cleaner person Dwight your it put them, already the garbage you're you're it yeah The lunch lady go in after she does. Lunch with the, kids, and say here's your water colours because let's face it let's. Face it at elementary age they can't even. Keep, it in. The lads you know what I'm saying, you can't color, in the lines, until you're. Well, into high? School Right right and right and have. You ever received the teacher they ask you. You'd have all the kids? Color an advertisement for your side job that's what I would do Cutting with? Dwight we're, gonna. Make. A? Yard. Side you ready for? This make sure. You, get. This number. Right that's what you're great at all? You'll how many, times have you seen all right Jimmy yes Jamie yes you're coaching. The girls soccer this year Girls soccer doesn't matter practice starts a month get it together? So the guy, goes, home and he watches a video, on soccer. And he. Does it over let's. Let's face it you've never seen. A NASA press conference, where they say hey what was, the? How'd you have the big. Success with. The Mars Land Rover and they? Said well, to. Be. Honest? Without. Miss Jenkins second grade all right now Topic Here's what I. Don't. Listen I've got nieces and, nephews and I know what elementary art looks like Refrigerator what every time I go. Get, a beer yes and I. Have to look at my wife this is clearly not a turtle yes get. It off my refrigerator one of the things you gotta do is. Bring back, the damn trade schools. You. Gotta identify kids in their, freshman or sophomore year and go all right Hey Jimmy Jimmy yes what I've tried. To come on the watercolors one. Ask, you question are halfway through. The day do you wanna go learn how to speak German trade and take. Geometry or do you wanna learn a trade like being electrocution Josh. Smith strap Tristesse. Show swell any kids going to go I don't wanna go to German? Glass of core I wanna go being electricity identify the, ones that are As soon. As I walked in high, school they would okay so Hey. Why Listen Whitten Whitten you're not gonna be the attorney or, a doctor but how'd you like to pave? A road she's you mean, you, mean I used to look out every single school year from first grade, through high school I would just look out? A window at the sticks At the part of the problem with schools is and I'll tell you the federal dollars you get. In what you gotta do to get it is. Is one, of the biggest problems you could pinpoint when the federal dollars started to it they started. Infused the federal dollars into. Local, schools I mean. The south end schools public schools used to be great. Schools southern high school valley Butler these are all great school Stewart all great schools Seneca produced some of the. All of the city. Leaders most of the. City, leaders. For a long time went to, Seneca in the sixties and, seventies at one time those schools were great they can. Be great again, Wagner high school is improving these days but the Wagner high school I remember. Was a lot better than it is. Today at one point it spent five years on the worst schools in the state of Kentucky sick it's in the middle of Saint Matthews. The worst school in the state in the middle of Of Saint Matthews Wow okay congratulations I don't know what the problem is when it comes to choosing what schools are going to be crappy in which schools are going, to be good? But what what what So you reward the teachers. At, work really hard by sending them to the worst parts of of. The. Neighborhoods. So. They. Have to get in and out of the demilitarized zone that they don't wanna go to go well that makes sense because that's where the schools need, the best teachers? Okay Well. I, think there's some things that? You. Have to do we said what else? Did. We say about using kids. And. The grass cutting oh yeah if you get detention right you're. Not going to attend. You're not, gonna sit you're. Going go cut get on the weed eater on the weed eater TIMMY you're cutting the football field yes and. There goes your maintenance maintenance car yes yawn it's done with those yes when I got when I would. Get, detention attorneys called jug it's judgment under God so I I would. Go Who is was so when. But the guy that would set, up Jodi Devlin's. Dad would come in and. And once once a week they, had bingo in the in the gym so he, would come in and go I need five, to, set, up for bingo tonight and, I. Would, be the first going meek Mr. deli right here it's. Demi let's, dummy Demi now we're looking for smart kidney expert so so you? Would, get. Out of doing jug, and, go set up for the. Bingo in the in. The in, the gym, we'll do the same thing the public schools out. Of, detention you're gonna work gonna? Cut. Some grass tonight I've been to suspended? Had. Detention but if they hit. Me. With judgment under God I might have it straight is brutal. Detention hey Finley you're. On with, Tony Dwyer Finley Hey what's going, on Hey man hey everybody will talk. About, all the dogs Laurent back thirty forty years ago there was a. Penny of jobs where actually some people out for college they told, me that when I was a freshman in high school but nobody ever, give me no guidance to get another job yoga nowadays they, want to try to educate you give you technical training but there's no jobs here that many where, you, can, buy, a home and raise a family car They they've exported all then and now they're kind of, make a res- you know like we're gonna bring them back when they should have never again with Yeah. That's right here we are. Finley those are smart words here we are here we are 'cause, the rhetoric and everyone. Yelling back and. Forth and we can't it's fixable finley's.
"balu" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"'cause I trust me. I asked about that, but sometimes they don't tear sometimes like being in a little more room. They'll actually cut like my mom's such. They give a little snip scam makes them more room because it feels it's like safer than than tearing yourself naturally, you know, all kinds of different situations. And then you hear something like that. And then you say to somebody else, like there were so many of these type of things that I would say to people and they'd be like, oh, they don't do that anymore. I mean, this may this was literally like nineteen eighty five. I think it was with me 'em guests saying, I don't know if it was me. It was nineteen eighty five, but yeah, so so wait what you guys decided. We're going to have a baby. We I mean, all right. Or did you just No, know. no, definitely not hoops. This was as Planned Parenthood as it could. That's great. How long were you married when she was pregnant? We've been married for three years now. Three, almost three and a half. Okay. How long have you been together? Total since like deer for since two thousand alcohol since that fateful night of sweet. Sweet bloody sex. Oh, and then. We haven't had sex in a while, so I can't like remember all our little jokey jokes or like I'm put on the spot and I can't think of or maybe I just want to keep them sacred and that's okay. It's been a month. The day before the day we went to the hospital. Did you fuck her to induce labor? We tried that, but she had to be induced like with a Balu. So wait. And whose idea was it? Well, it had been her idea to fuck if it was the Dave. Alright, was both? Yeah. Alive. Yeah, you know, people really love fucking pregnant and it was great. It's like the stranger. But with another person. Body. Come again or you know a stranger? No, it's when you sit on your hand, you wanna finish, and then it feels like someone else's.
"balu" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"What's going on just so so many things right animals using their wings as arms, but birds using their wings arms. When the technically is the wrong way to bend. Wait, what you know whenever a bird is, oh, they're leaser wings like arms, but that's backwards. Yeah, because now I'm thinking of when little John dances with the chicken and the Disney cartoon Robin Hood. And I've seen that CNN number of times because someone pointed out that Disney reused their animated scene. So that's exactly the same as Balu the wishing Louis it is, but now I'm thinking of chickens, our wings, whatever. Whenever they do actually been them. I never thought of that. Why? Why do we feel the need to anthropomorphized animals? Because we anthropomorphized everything really. I mean, I mean, we tend to, I always thought when I was younger with cars, we're like evil machine, bullfrogs. Wow. Because. Headlight. So especially from the back, the front was the good side. And I'm saying, probably way too much about my thoughts here and the back was the bad side because there is were red, but because you know, you have the bumper on the MAC below the chunk, it made it look like both rock somehow to me. He makes me happy. It was the evil. Bullfrog was always trying to drive the car, but the good bullfrog one. Most of the. I don't know where that thought even came from. But yeah, that's what I thought of a child that should also be children's book. Yes, the battle of the bullfrogs. It even has a title already. It does. Yes. So we're going to take a short break. Stay tuned. This is your alternate stop for everything sports, the Golden State media concepts ports podcast, should I say more from.
Microsoft's new Xbox controller puts disabled players back in the game
"Yeah, maybe that's the way to get there, but, but if you do that you if you're doing a best of, then you kind of don't want to change the character's because you like, oh, you know, Ken brought him in, it's still can. What come character who's never been fighting game Capcom verse Capcom oh shit. That hasn't been in something. Assurer from sure. As is mine. Okay. Yeah. Ooh, God, wait. Even in that deals, e that did publish that, didn't they published it? I guess that counts. I'm counting it. Yeah. I don't know that they publish that in Japan, but sure. I guess that they even had that deal where he fought Ryu and then sure. Sure. Sure, yes, yes, that is the right answer to play through that. Again. I started to say by commander, but I'm sure he's been. Horrible game. Yeah. But what if he was in a good. Fighting game about the dude or the character from sections e flying. We're buses robot suit, man. Let's see the dude from Trojan. Yes, far from speed rambler. Okay. And matrix fighting. Yeah. Phoenix, right? But if you just Google Trojan, you get something very different from the game path. I haven't played Trojan in a long time. Awesome. The characters in alien vs predator alien and predator. No, the, yeah. The lady in the big dude forgot the lady famous Disney movie. To p. Okay. From final fight. Sure. Bread. Tofu. Just make it fighting game out of the cast. A final fight. Right? I would be okay with that. What none of the didn't care. This revenge we should which streetwise is that a final fight? Revenge is as Saturn fighting game this way. Is is the story based game where Cody is all fucking the gritty reboot. Yeah, that's that's where the Cody going to jail. So that's what I, that's, that's my final. Was this game use sprites from? No. Okay. It better or worse than double drug and five. We should find out. We should find find out. Oof, perhaps perhaps there's a way to come to that. Yeah, I think I have a preliminary answer in my head, but it's been a long time. So place the science channel. Michael from Omaha with the recent whole Balu coming out of Microsoft concerning new excessive Reza games com. It's safe to assume that the long rumored elite controller version two is on the way. I wonder though if the proximity of this controllers release and the next XBox generation point to a cross Jin controller, I don't recall Sony or Microsoft ever doing something like that. Obviously, the game cube controller can be used on just about every device. But do you think this is something Microsoft would possibly allow? What are your thoughts? PS one. PS. Two. That's right. They did plug in. You can do that also like kind of weird half ass. PS four PS three compatibility. You can plug in a dual shock four and it kind of works. There's like, I think a couple of buttons. Yeah, the we had leaking GameCube ports up on..
Iowa man says dog shot him in leg while playing on the couch
"Dog bites man may not qualify as news but dog shoots man certainly does happened in fort dodge iowa fifty one year old richard remmy says he's dog blue didn't mean to shoot him but he told police some horseplay got out of hand while wrestling around on the couch remmy says he tossed balu onto the floor blue bounded right back up and onto his torso somehow disabling the safety and stomping on the trigger of a gun packed into ramiz belly band the gun fired remmy was wounded in the leg and spent a few hours at the hospital later telling the messenger newspaper that balu is a big wuss who lay down beside him and cried.
Iowa man says dog shot him in leg while playing on the couch
"Kabc news live and local five thirty one i'm john wolf president trump's holding a rally for republicans in indiana tonight speaking in elkhart the president unveiled his new slogan for the twenty twenty presidential election by the way this is the first indiana our new slogan twenty twenty it is he america grain a burglary suspect who was then in a police chase ditch the vehicle ran into a santa ana albertson's and appeared to escape quote we think he changed his appearance in the store and unfortunately got away possibly with other shoppers being evacuated carry braun of the orange county sheriff's department said in dr drew's been warning this horrific diseases may return in a big way this summer will a ucla led group of researchers may have found a vaccine against anthrax the plague in tulu arabia three potent of pathogens likely to be used in a bioterror attack the university announced today if found to be safe and effective in humans the vaccines could protect people from all three and journalism students are taught that dog bites man doesn't make news but in this story from fort dodge iowa dog shoots man correspondent jan johnson explains fifty one year old richard remmy says his dog blue didn't mean to shoot him but he totally some horseplay got out of hand while wrestling around on the couch remmy says he tossed balu onto the floor blue bounded right back up and onto brumbies torso somehow disabling the safety and stomping on the trigger of a gun tucked into remi's belly band the gun fired remmy was wounded in the leg and spent a few hours at the hospital later telling the messenger newspaper that balu is a big wuss who lay down beside him and cried because he thought he'd.
"balu" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"The power of eastern their lives final minute or so how many couples have you married here over the use any any guesstimate well i've been here fourteen years so i've probably probably about one hundred and fifty two hundred couples and full disclosure one of those couples myself and my wife yes and congratulations to you and you wonderful marriage and your love for each other wonderful couple final minute or herself easter sunday if nothing else for those who can't get to a church what would you say what is the message give the the quick one minute story here take a moment think about the good things in your life and thank god for them in your life because every good thing comes from god our lives are loves our pass our future and god wants all of that for us and even more in the life to come so get ready there's a lot to come a lot of wonderful things there was a talion poet who wrote to believe in god is to know that all the rules will be fair and there'll be lots of wonderful surprises so believing the resurrection means that there will be lots of wonderful surprises not only in this life but in the life to come father kerry thank you for your time with us this easter weekend and thank you for all you do in this parish my pleasure and it's great to talk with you today and no you and your wife and i wish you all the best this is one of those words that you'll be saying happy easter to people that's the story it's happy happy easter christ is risen he is risen indeed father kerry balu thank you so much for being with us today on this easter eight seventy the answer next the brock laurie show this week barack will discuss the news and then his theme a tale of two administrations that of obama and that of trump.
"balu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Top most recommended twenty mice recommended cookbooks that leading chefs have recommended over the years and they span moment well over a century but a lot of it a lot of the earlier books especially i think are really technique focus that it's a matter of getting down some of this classic take nix that said that was from a time in an era when french cuisine was sort of the epitome and now we're at a stage where there are a global influences from all over the world that a really important so it really depends on what kind of cooking you wanna do learning sauce make different classic french sauce making is not going to be so helpful to you if your real interests and passion is indian flavors and navy learning the techniques have toasting in tempering spices will be much more applicable to bringing into your cooking today that's where your interests lie and if we have we had a fascinating meal at kathy balu were there um the voyage menu so the that the venue set up in ford and was in the bring in and out said expert and they'll do a menu based on a completely different cuisine than french and they recently brought him aaron blue don't as a chef and we introduced him to rochambeau who's a japanese expert great writer and they collaborated on a menu so i think it's important for chefs try to step into their coverage on a little bit and daniel blues actually come up with a way for his crew to do that a very structured way but but the japanese now there are many of really find french chefs came out of japan what's as seems to be what's happening more and more is that we're seeing chefs trying the the cuisines of other countries in bringing a certain amount of their own home countries sensibility to what they're doing and then that has just enriched the cuisine in in general determined to slay i i think you know in some people criticise it is culinary voyeurism but i think that ultimately in new york city of all places is a culinary melting pot as is the united states and now the world is becoming more and more sell and i love stories of chefs like mike anthony add grammercy tavern on who visited japan and had his whole culinary philosophy change his whole palate change and.
"balu" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"Hello hello hello everybody you okay it's just me this week cory annual lander our bees the busy busy as you guys know we hold down the park as an fulltime jobs here assets so bear with them but you do have me hate divas i welcome welcome to this week's episode of yes girl first and foremost thank you guys poor rating and subscribing in reviewing we're feeling middleoftheline instagram on twitter on facebook on the apple podcast reviews in google play we appreciate you guys we love reading your thoughts so please please keep it out keep talking to us tells what you like on the show tell us which you down if you're not already listening please subscribe to yes girls are you won't miss an episode tell a friend tela develop you can follow as at at you'll lease amok my south at man wave dog on twitter at charlie with that i pen on instagram and at corey marine on both platforms and tell us what you think don't forget to use a escrow park us so this week we have tamer whose released her reportedly last album yes our girl team are back same thing and she's done with music you guys or at least making albums but we'll let you hear from her her new album blueberry of happiness has just come out so we've got tamer r t r balu tamer on the show also yano queens sugars midseason premier came back queen sugars cast member members through tina wesleyan don lien gardner here are fever divas on the show the borderline sisters the midseason return last night and you all know we're gonna talk about him plaza him to talk about you know talk to another charlie anyway that's a moment first let's kick things off with them instagram love teerah jimmy says it's friday ya and that means hashtag girl by gas time i love these ladies charlie yolanda in cory always give me excited about the weekend keep it in lady if i'm all here for it as hashtag fry egg thank you t r at next that we have king jesse ismail latte.
"balu" Discussed on WLOB
"An as much as some thankfully did like with social security considered radical at the impact much less radical than people like senator huey long wanted to propose and his sharing welt burtless true in fact i have gone so far as to say the franklin roosevelt saved american capitalism which is made more than a few of my republican friends of redfaced while there are a lot of people who will much further to the left to uh nationalized industry that that pong who created planning board roosevelt that none of that much to the appointment of more leftwing inaccurate as you ended up splitting often making forty eight after the dap betrayal he of americans would by their version of balu deal which they do now the workingclass republican i almost the butted instead of ronald reagan and a return of blue collar conservatism you might have written as a subtitled at you tell me of this is correct the demise of country club republicanism well i would that country club in republicanism had completely demise reagan had thought that he had the kind of buried that type of republican auslin but i think we've seen a resurgence of that over the last couple of decades hit in new clothes but once again the idea that the business person is superior let the business person ought to be unregulated they can claimed the lives of iraq after the notion that is all too common in the country club but was always very for to ronald reagan at remarkably similar to the view of left wing academics who have the same view about about their superiority an and the right to tell the rest of us at a live our lives i think a lot of the reason why people were so disgusted with politics coming in to 2016 wo that they thought the twenty twelve election battle between the phd in the nba which one of them was superior and catala had arrived in actual whipping i wanted to be somebody left at trump allies very well thank you what an interesting concept one eight six six five o jimbo one eight six six five o five four six two six as we look deeper into this book the workingclass republican where does donald trump come down on this a because of course the he is of.
"balu" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"We're differences are settled through debate ballots and a legislative process which rests at the bedrock of our representative democracies gillies remains hospitalized in critical condition correspondent wally hindes yesterday shootings could have been much worse if not for capital police officers who took down the shooter salem radio's nonprofit gallagher's army fall an officer find is accepting donations in honor of the heroism of those capitol police more information at gallagher's army dot org authorities say they have captured two escaped inmates wanted the slayings of two georgia prison guards gbi spokeswoman nelly miles as 43yearold danny russell rohan 24yearold ricky dubos were apprehended thursday and cristiana tennessee the inmates were being hunted in the killings tuesday morning of two prison guards were overpowered disarmed and shot to death on a prison bus southeast of atlanta baldwin state prison transfer sergeants christopher monica and curtis balu were slain putnam county sheriff howard sills call the fugitive inmates dangerous beyond description corresponded jackie quinn reports vice president mike pence is now hired a private attorney for his responses that the various investigations into russian interference with the election vice president mike pence is off his confirms he has hired outside legal council to oversee his response to investigations into possible collusion between russia and press and in trump's 2016 election campaign attorney richard cullen will represent the vice president during inquiries by special counsel robert muller visit and trump.