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Air Taxi Service from Downtown Chicago to O’Hare Could Launch by Summer

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Air Taxi Service from Downtown Chicago to O’Hare Could Launch by Summer

"A new air taxi service could launch flights to O'Hare by as early as this summer. The New York based company is partnering with a heliport in the Illinois medical District job for the service. It would significantly cut travel time to O'Hare. There's no word yet on how much the flights might cost. But the service in New York runs about $95. The company also wants to offer taxi flights to other destinations as well, like like Geneva and the University of Illinois. Inner Bana

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"bana" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"bana" Discussed on WTOP

"A couple three slow spots in Virginia at Springfield coming from Annandale on the outer loop. There's been a crash before 3 95 reported. The trouble topping 3 95 will be trying to cross the 14th Street bridge where we do have an accident but unclear with the camera. Can't tell if it's a left a right side. So do be careful Watch for direction. Inside the Beltway 66 west near Glebe Road, The crash have been along the left side of the roadway Arlington Boulevard eastbound near Annandale Road, We'd had an earlier crash Harmony Church road still blocked at Leesburg. Unfortunately, overnight, a number of trees, poles and wires all came down into the roadway. It's an extended E t A for repairs. Dominion Power is very busy. You'll find 28 Centerville South Bend after Westfield's boulevard. The earlier crash had been in the right lane you find inside the Beltway as well. 66 westbound. You're glib road. The Christ was along the left side. A number of accidents in Ashburn had been reported on Route seven. Both directions. Just be careful between Belmonte Ridge Road in Ashburn Village Boulevard. Icy conditions have been reported late troubles Top and 2 70. North bound is a lever Bana tractor trailer went off the road way south bound before 80 in her van, a jeep on its side along the right side after Bana still cleaning up that crash from the right side, so we should get south of 85 just line up left north bound to 70. After all, Georgetown, right up toward the lane merge, went into the jersey while along the right side of the roadway. Earlier crash on 100 eastbound in Elkridge after Route one had been blocking the left side of the roadway. 32 Jessup eastbound Naru. One also were reported crash. Still slow. I 81 North bound trying to run toward falling waters. Exit 23 Sounds like you're still under police direction around that crash police activity in the district. Watch it in northwest. It's on Constitution Avenue. Both directions at 22nd Street. White's ferry still closed this morning, dude, icy conditions. They will reevaluate later today, considering a BMW. Check out the brand new BMW of Rockville Sales and service complex and 14 50 Rockville.

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The Tricky Business Of Coronavirus Testing On College Campuses

Short Wave

04:29 min | 1 year ago

The Tricky Business Of Coronavirus Testing On College Campuses

"Today. We're looking at how one university is tackling the Corona Virus University of Illinois at her Bana Champagne. Elissa. This is a really big campus right Yep. They have about thirty thousand undergrads and it's massive and beautiful and green and kind of like exactly what you think college looks like. From the movies. Except this year of course, it's a little different. You know everyone's wearing masks on campus when you're walking around. and. There's all these signs to promote mask-wearing and social distancing. There's great. One that says it's a great day to practice sneezing. Smile with your eyes scream with your heart But. The big thing that I noticed on campus is that there are all these big white tents everywhere there, Cova testing centers. You drink. The campus actually started with seventeen places where you can get tested. So students go every few days to get tested. Confronted Denver and they're using saliva tests for royal do is they'll take your mask off. Open up the test tube and you will through into the. Into the test tube and you want the more the better is Dr. Hardest part always. I always think of Lemons in it makes like we have our saliva and my mouth. Well now, my mouth is full of saliva NAD warney. Thank you. I mean students told us that it was really hard to muster up all the spit. A that was emily gardy she and her classmates are part of this massive experiment. It's basically like become just a part of life. It's like so normal there right when I wake up, I put it in my schedule of things I need to do for the day and Cova testing is the very first thing on that list. So, Elizabeth testing every student like whether or not you have symptoms all of them. Yeah. That's right. They're testing UNDERGRAD staff Grad students everybody on campus and students need a negative result from that test to get into buildings on campus and to go to class So. It's the baked into the fabric of daily life. Wow I mean Elissa. That is I have I have not heard of this before the fact that you need to get a negative has to go to class that is wild like how how are they doing this? I'm confused on how you could do all of this. Yes I mean they're doing so many tests. A day and they're able to do it because they developed their test in house they processed their tests at the vet lab. They've repurpose to focus on these tests they're working pretty much twenty, four seven to get the results back. So they're able to get them back so fast like because they're literally working at three am in the lab like they're cranking this stuff out. And when we were there some days, they actually did about two percent of all the testing in the US done right on the campus y that is wild. Okay. It's wild. Yeah. So they're testing a lot like you know more than anywhere else. It sounds like what does that mean for controlling the virus? Are they able to have a relatively covid free semester their first semester? Well, that's what they were hoping I mean in just under two weeks of classes there were more than seven hundred positive covid, nineteen cases on campus. Wow I. mean that's a lot. Yeah. Probably more than they anticipated I imagine that's about what their original models had predicted for the entire semester. I mean not really surprised though it's a really big university. Yeah and it didn't surprise the students we talked to we happen to be on campus. When this big spike happened and the school announced lockdown. So we went to the quiet kind of see what students thought. Here's a freshman that we talked to name Noel Johnson like when I can tell you are like known as a party school. So I, knew that just because we were going to be taxing a lot, didn't mean that they were going to stop partying. So they're doing their best to keep everyone safe, but it's just. The system can't work if the people aren't working with it. So they put all of this money into testing do the university really not factor in the the students would be partying or or what. So they did anticipate partying Becky Smith, the epidemiologists leading the reopening plan. She explained that really they just didn't anticipate something else. So it's not necessarily partying. We counted for the fact that students will party. We just assume that they wouldn't party knowing that they were infected and infectious. Okay. So kids found out they were sick they were still partying. That's right. Yeah, and in one case that they actually publicized, they said a student hosted a party well positive

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Nobel Peace Prize recognition is an amazing day, saysUN food agency

UN News

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Nobel Peace Prize recognition is an amazing day, saysUN food agency

"The announcement that the UN. World. Food program or W P as one the twenty twenty Nobel Peace Prize is being described as an amazing day for its workers in the field. Put their lives on the line to help at risk communities. That's the message from Matthew Lyndale head of the agency's South Sudan operation in these interview with your. News Johnson. He's been explaining how the one thousand in two hundred strong humanitarian team there has been helping communities hit by the worst flooding in decades ongoing violence. So we're thrilled today to have received the Nobel Peace Prize for Twenty Twenty there are a thousand, two, hundred, and fifty will food program start working in south Sudan. Relieve your hunger for and feed more than five million people a year and clearly south Sudan for the World Food Program is one of the most complex operations. A country that's face decades of violence. But it's also having to Manage Economic Downturn Cove nineteen locust infestation more violence which continues persistently and now more recently floods have affected more than eight hundred, thousand people. So for all of WFP in south Sudan a country where we were very hard to to demonstrate the link between violence and hunger and try and stop that link rake that that relationship so that we can actually change people's lives for the better future for us. This is just an amazing day. It is certainly excellent use agency for the more than twelve hundred workers on the ground. You say, maybe you could give me some insight into what they're doing not just in terms of the emergency following the devastating flooding that had which has been the worst in decades. I remember you briefing is just a couple of weeks ago on this, but also in terms of the development projects on the ground to help. Resilience for these communities can go home. So in South Sudan Kaley, there is a massive emergency failure of work given the enormity of the food insecurity problem that the country faces and only in the last five years we faced thirty one pockets of famine. It gives you an idea about how significant the problem is here, but it's not the only problem that we need to face and it's not an emergency response is not the only tool. In all too. But obviously what we're also trying to tune in south Sudan is really the poster child for bringing Emergency Response Development activities and this building activities together as warm and part of that obviously is to change the fundamental problems that are faced by so many south Sydney citizen's issues of isolation, the issues of inequality and yet criti- and marginalization all of which creates the breeding ground or conflict and violence. So through our programs where we`re Supporting rural farmers to be more productive to have enough food for their own communities. But more importantly to create a surplus that they can trade with other communities to link those communities together to link farmer's markets and other markets and thereby creating a positive relationship across ethnic divides US Mutiti divides. Can Act they bring people together these. These that we want to invest more. Easily. Recognized I think in this these fries today and it's not just south Saddam redoing these things but also fundamentally desperately trying to show but those that would manipulate burst the time and have manipulated in the past I held accountable so that this change in south Sudan, it's a country that frankly we've been in for fifty years too long and we aim to make sure that we are not needed in this country. We've talked to make those linkages between development aid and is go and obviously we wish you very best to that and your teams in very difficult circumstances millions have been experiencing displacement and conflicts just last week the Human Rights Council highlighted a report that talked about the use of starvation. As a weapon of war, we've heard even worse than that soldiers being offered the chance to rape women in communities in you of payment I mean, you just can't imagine the kind of conditions. But when you go into a community with the WFP Bana, what is it that the agency brings? What is the agency's added value? So in South Sudan because we've built relationships with communities of the decades of presence here because we are, you know twelve hundred plus strong organization with presence across ten states and a deep relationship with the communities we serve where known entity and we have the logistics tools in our toolbox to be able to access areas. We the helicopters, planes, all-terrain vehicles, canoes, bogs, boats you. We have an enduring sir. We're able to meet people's needs when they're the worst, but we're also able to support organizations other organizations as well as community leaders themselves to make a difference in their communities. So what we are. From perspective able to do is anyone really Priam? Times as a facilitator to bring you a organizations to bring communities together that typically have had problems coming together in this country since twenty eleven since its independence country who vicious periods of civil war and has persistent national conflict local conflict walk WFP has is now trying to do is trying to ensure that our food security presence. Can Be used by other partners because we in this on our own to really facilitate a change in this environment, a fundamental change in what is causing an enabling violence to contain one

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Severe Thunderstorm Warnings For Parts Of Washington, DC Area

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings For Parts Of Washington, DC Area

"Severe thunderstorms popping up in central Maryland. Let's go to storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter News era. It is an isolated thunderstorm, but it is a severe is produced some wind damage near the city of Frederick a short time ago. The latest severe thunderstorm warnings in effect has been extended southeastward from the city of Frederick, affecting northwestern Howard County, South Central Carroll County. In North Central Montgomery County and the rest of southeastern Frederick County stated until 6 15. Now there's AH, one area particular of concern very close to Newmarket and Green Valley. Parts of Maryland route 75 there where there might be inch diameter Hail falling right now on some of those locations, a cz Wella some 60 mile per hour wind gust, causing some tree damage in that area. But as for the city of Frederick itself, it looks like there's just some light showers and some lightning left over. Right now from the storm areas that are affected by the extended severe thunderstorm. Warning include Damascus in Clarksburg are Bana Woodfield. Layton's Ville Sunshine extends down to Montgomery Village basically kind of parallels Georgia Avenue route 97 up into parts of South Central Carroll County near the Sykesville area, just to the north north of a brook, Phil, and only again, this warning continues until 6 15 as the storm continues to move to the Southeast. And about 20 MPH. So if you're in those areas that I just mentioned to be ready, you'll probably be getting this severe thunderstorm in the next 15 to 20 minutes. There's some non severe thunderstorms. Heavy showers in parts of extreme northern Loudon County right now, not much else happening in the district for the time being or in the rest of Maryland. But we'll keep an eye on things as it continues to be a very warm and very humid day. Again. Not that severe thunderstorm warning continues until 6 15 will have the full storm team for 40 forecast coming up the next weather on the eight Sarah.

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Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media

Queer as Fact

05:28 min | 1 year ago

Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media

"A couple of episodes are discussed the mythological figures Achilles and Patrick lists and the depiction in ancient texts most notably in his Iliad I don't want to recap episode to thoroughly. So if that sounds interesting to you, I suggest you just go listen to that episode, but I will say a few things necessary background Achilles some. Patrick lists here is off the Trojan War, our break episode which depicted in the Iliad although there is genuinely some ambiguity as to the exact nature of their relationship in the Iliad their relationship is very intense and very important to the plot character arcs and emotional hot of that poll. What is not ambiguous is how their relationship is on the stood in the later Greek texts we discussed. So we discussed east glosses. Play the domes which survives only in fragments famous speech impetus symposium, Ace, Kaz courtroom speech against to Marcus all of which depict achilleas and Patrick lows in a sexual and romantic relationship. As we discussed earlier episode, those works stand relationship in a way that is anachronistic to the Iliad, but we nevertheless thought it was important to note that is reading is a very old an integral part of the evolution of the myth. That you can't really get away from if you're talking about them today speaking of the evolution of this myth, we also spent a bit of time talking about how although people generally appeal to Hermosa when discussing whether Achilles in Patrick Louis Wet. Really love this. Is True one canonical version of the myths in which they feature, and we would be doing them a disservice to understand as early as the real story and every following version as accurate or inaccurate by how it compares to that. I bring this up because it's very easy to find audibles and people talking about how modern adaptations on any good because then not accurate and these articles that generally quiet nitpicky and lazy, and I wanted to know this specifically. So we don't do that sort of thing ourselves. It's inevitable and desirable when adapting these myths into new mediums and feel like very different cultures than the original. That heard this man to make changes just it's necessary to on Seoul's materials while doing. So so we got a comment on differences here, but the compensation will be more like why those changes get made and do we think it works as opposed to just being like well in the Ilia? Data. So with that background out of the way, we're going to talk about Wolfgang Petersen's two thousand four, maybe Troy Madeline Milas to eleven novel the Sung Achilles and the twentieth eighteen BBC mini series story full of the city I think he ranked in the order of like worst to best in my opinion but okay, you may disagree. That was not why I decided to order them. In that way I just thought we'd chronologically but that's fine. I mean now that you said that you did it chronologically and I also view that as West best that makes me feel positive that maybe like an even better adaptation that I genuinely think is good it's coming to clear I don't love any of the music specifically. In seven years but will like no. Sorry in five years because they've come out every seven years how to for two thousand eleven two thousand eighteen. Cool. Okay. Nice. So. We'll be watching an amazing adaptation, the Trojan War with that we will love anyway. So we're going to begin with the to troy maybe the film for it was directed by Wolfgang, pay the send styles Brad Pitt Kilis who just a very two thousand thing to have. It was written by then relative newcomer David Benny off which explains why it's a bit of a dry run, the game of thrones. I that sounds up its vibe. I, was gonNA. Tell you some fun facts about this movie but I decided that they weren't that fun. I cut them all but I'm GONNA I kept one which I tell you solely because it might make you upset Australian. Fun Fact No it's not. So all of the actors in this speak in that accents with the exception of Eric Bana Rosebud, the to Australian actress who had told that they had to get rid of their accents. And I think that's disgusting screw you. Wolfgang. Petersen. I have no problem with like. Okay. You have to change accidents that doesn't sound like a fantasy will like I've whatever accent I have a problem with that and I mean like this some stuff to say about that. But if doing that because you want all your actors to have a consistent accent. Okay. But if you just hate the way Australians, tall, that's not acceptable. Garrett hedlund obvious American accent fine. But Eric Basil accent is absolutely illegal. Sorry. Thinking recompense the twenty twenty, five trae. Offers how the TROJANS are all. Star. I like it. Yeah. The film was commercially quite successful but received mixed reviews, which is frankly claimed more than it does those because it's a bad movie. I tried to watch this movie just like you know throughout my life. I've tried to watch this movie like three or four times. I've sat down in front of this film I've got like twenty minutes and I just can't do it. So. That's where I met with this. Okay Jason Do WanNA disagree and say it's a good movie. Nor I will say that like I don't think it's the worst movie like suddenly I watched this movie as a kid when it came out had no problems with a had some fun fight seines cool choreography some big actors doing fun things than having fun. I didn't really mind it and obviously now watching it I think it has some quite severe problems both as a movie analyzer adaptation I would certainly agree that it's the west of the three adaptations that we're GonNa talk about today. But then again, this is the point cost queers fact and it's not

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"bana" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"bana" Discussed on WTOP

"Bana coming in at 71 Winchester, 73 in Annapolis, 79. Thank you. Lauren, 7 52 Now in just over a month on August 28th 57 years to the day after Dr Martin Luther King Jr delivered his historic I have a dream speech on them all. His oldest son will join civil rights leaders and the families of black men and women killed by police for a rally on the Lincoln Memorial steps. Details of the August 28th rally have begun to crystallize in recent days. Acknowledging the pandemic. Organizers say the demonstration will be supplemented with three days of digital programming meant to reach those unable to attend in person. There's a correlation between racism and dementia. Experiencing racism could raise the risk of dementia for black women. Later in life. Doctors at Boston University studied the link between daily and institutionalized racism and medical conditions that impact cognitive function over time. Those conditions included poor sleep, hypertension and depression. Doctors found black patients who suffered the most racism or almost three times more likely to have cognitive decline. Correspondent Elise Preston reporting. Another delay for Hollywood getting hit movies back into theaters Way all believe with running. Like many other things that were expecting to make a big return this summer. The movies are backing away from those plans to Warner Brothers has decided to pull Christopher Nolan's tenant because of the current virus pandemic. The movie's most recent release date was August 12th. But that is not happening now is the spread of the virus shows no signs of slowing down. Unlike the three other dates, however, this Time Warner did not announce a new Target date for the $200 million movie Hollywood have been banking on the launch of tenant to herald the return of the movie going experience in this country. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel Coming up next in Money News. Mohr complaints about items ordered online but never delivered. 7 50 for today's innovation and government report highlights the government's modernization opportunities. Dennis Riley, the vice president of federal gig, Amon says there are several things agency should consider as they try to improve citizen and mission delivery priorities. So it's federal agencies work to modernize infrastructure and digitally transformed their operations. They.

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The Advice Trap With Michael Bungay Stanier

The LEADx Show

04:07 min | 1 year ago

The Advice Trap With Michael Bungay Stanier

"High in welcome to today's Webinar three central questions to build resilience in a topsy turvy time very excited to bring you today's host, the author of the coaching habit, which is the Best Selling Coaching Book of the century and Twenty nineteen. He was named the Number One thought leader in coaching by thinkers fifty. His most recent book is the advice trap. Please welcome Michael, being, gay here. Hey, everybody. I'm Michael Bungay Yeah. I am best known for writing this book. The coaching habits say let us more in change the way you lead forever. It's gone on to become this. Amazing phenomenon sold about eight hundred thousand copies. It's the Number One coaching book. Of the century, it's really captured people's imaginations. And that was a thrill that came out four years ago on February. The twenty, nine, th two thousand sixteen on Leap Day. and. I've got a new book out on the world. Then you book his the advice trap and the first piece of Information I. WanNa give you. Is this his my sophisticated presenting style? Don't write a book. I mean you've got to have a really good reason to write a book because it is mostly a miserable experience. Some of you will. No, that's because you've written books own and Kevin's written books. But the whole process of writing a book it is terrible. You get this idea in your head, and you write a first draft and it's so disappointing. The first draft is always ugly, ugly ugly, and then you write a second draft, and honestly the second draft is not much better than sometimes. It's actually worse. Third drafty still feel like you're going backwards fourth draft. You finally got your act together and you're. You're going to work in your. Your way to it by the seventh draft, the book and actually looking okay, but you hate yourself. You hate in the book. You hate the idea. You're pretty sure. Nobody's GonNa read it by the time you get your book out into the Weld Unsafe probably people won't read it. The statistics are grim. It's like less than a thousand people read most books, so you're going to be really clear about why you would wanNA write a book. So, why would I spend hours in the money and the time and the energy, and all of that sort of stuff on writing a new book? Well I had a reason. Because whilst I love the, success of the coaching habit I mean. I got thrilled by how many people had picked it up and I get emails regularly from people saying Michael This book actually has made a difference because in the book I say honestly there are seven good questions. And if you can start using those seven questions, you will become a more effective and efficient and and Bana person in your life. It doesn't matter if you're leading a team doesn't matter of your individual contributor doesn't matter if you don't look old, but you just have people who interact within your life seven good questions. Take you a long way down the pasta, being more coach like. And there are some people who write to me and they go Michael I started using seven questions I, used a kickstart question to begin a conversation, the learning question to end a conversation, the best coaching question in the world, and what else in the middle it's changing everything and I'm like I love that. But I also know is a a good number of people who. Pick up the bulk they Michael. It's a pretty good book too long to read. It's funny in bits is not so funny and other bits, but you know what it's. It doesn't suck as a book, but they say my. Nothing's changed. I've read the book, and even though I like the seven questions for some reason, I'm finding it really difficult to change my behavior to be more coach like him by more coach like what I mean by that is. Can you stay curious little bit longer? Can you rush to action and advice giving a little bit more slowly? So the part of what the advice trap is, about is tackling this issue of behavioral changes, really thinking to itself right, what why is it? So why is it easy for some than wiser difficult for other people to change their behavior to show up and be more coach

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"bana" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"bana" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Dot com and click on the feed the starving families Bana I thank you and the children the families that you will be helping with your donation well thank you greatly we are back with Mr black guns matter most to ray he's on Twitter and made J. T. O. U. R. E. incredible speech at C. pack we've posted it on our feeds you need to watch it talk to someone about who is March how does this will begin what why you into this so so one out I say this a lot I'm a reformed scumbag I'm not too sure I need folks want to send it right for the pull but still it all uses of the funds come back in are approved by sovereignty let's do that so I I I see my friends in changing my life growing up with Philly Philly did like dislike America's definition of poverty I got to be clear on that bit different about different but it's still like that right I have access to like stuff regardless could eat right regularly yeah I could just go like work hard and get a job and you know save money and make choices so and so and seen me change my life from the scene so many of my friends catch the same possession charge possession of a firearm or firearm possession of a firearm possession of a firearm not didn't rob anybody that Cinemax or as people who just want to be safe so both so so even as a scumbag that beef doesn't stop so you started to be for somebody three years ago you rob them they always face it stays you turned your life around but they don't care and they have not turned their life around so it's you know I kind of did these things I still have to protect myself even off turn it off so it it's it's the culture yeah what is the is the culture that room for the people to decide that you know be outside doing what they do so for me and and just guys that were missing information Hey I live where the scumbags maybe fighting where the scumbag who turned his life around still may have issues I still live there just because I'm there doesn't mean you don't want to prove right and and you know discuss about eggs around so you know but a lot of the information was missing so I was like Hey let's do an event you know was doing event we have all this going on it's a twenty sixteen election cycle but first how do you get straight I get straight because I see that a CD star studying more and I'm seeing that this is a but what makes you do that okay let's take it to the origins is to organize for to be an accident so I used to make music and I will travel around the country selling my music independently I'll go to LA same thing I'll do is I'll go I'll go to LA go to Detroit and I have friends in relationships with guys in the cities right and I'll come back and I'll be like you know where's Larry it insert name is gone he's yeah he's he's in jail he got a gun charge would you shoot well you should anybody's had the gun that's right wow so I go to content you know we're is Kurt here is the code of gun charge why would he shoot you shoot anybody he's had the gun Mike this is silly I know that Kurt and Larry don't have any charges this is the first charge yeah they don't bank robbers who got caught no and so we in Philly you know heavy you know twenty sixteen twenty fifteen going to twenty sixteen it's all voters registration of voters registration drive and we jokingly me and my partner said we need a license to carry drive I love the blow you say we can protect people they can carry guns if they got the paperwork is twenty dollars now let me be clear is it is not a shall issue though is it is it Pennsylvania shall issue you have a fairly yep so the entire state a shall issue but Philadelphia creates is a city the first class over million inhabitants so they'll make special statutes saying if you care even though Pennsylvania's open carry I'm not a fan open carry I don't do it but if you want to should be able to they'll say if you carry in Philly you have to carry concealed which is a statute that super okay seed state constitution if you're in Philly it's going to be concealed okay even though it's unconstitutional so boom so my okay let's do this event we do this event direct direct the people for concealed carry permits to it that's all it's just showing how to go through this process see and feel fill it out and we did it across the street from with a licensing unit was smart we want it fifty people well I would get fifty people it's a thumbs up twenty six the twenty eighth twenty fifteen going into twenty six K. and what happens hundreds of people show up from Brooklyn from Jersey from Baltimore thank you I want to learn how to and I will first you're in a different street existing so with another libel clicks like so people don't even know because we've been told that you know I mean if you get it we we were thinking we have been thinking about it like in urban America like a driver's license and it should be that's our license I certainly know that you're a little bit more yeah because driving right and so but we like no so we did this event too many people showed up and we were like you know what if we did a go fund me page and we'll do thirteen cities like the thirteen colonies to do the same in the same event and all the cities with their employees in Baltimore so we had a go fund me goal of twenty five thousand dollars because that what we wanted to quit the class the first event was free and we were like we want it free we want to keep it the cost of a beginner to come learn we want to offset that cost and if anyone wants to volunteer and donate they can we're not taxing you and if you see this is important your support the American that's that's philanthropy at work right so we do it we get through the thirteen cities and we're like man we did it and I got so many emails from people that were like you don't care you didn't come to our city ago complaining they would just not and I guess because with the bigger cities wow and we raised the goal again and kept raising it went from twenty five thousand dollar goal to now we've raised about two hundred and eighty thousand miles you every time like this is it's all I'm only doing this at a hundred grand and we kept getting emails and the last time we got to maybe two hundred thousand people said you should raise it to a million and that's where we are now how many people have gone through your programs.

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Service Animals In The Lab: Who Decides?

Short Wave

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Service Animals In The Lab: Who Decides?

"If you're a scientist say a biologist or a chemist and you have to work in a lab. You're super familiar with the term p. p. e. personal protective equipment which is P P is outer garments goggles brutes and gloves. That's Joey Ramp. She works at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science Technology at the University of Illinois at her Bana on a champagne. And Yeah basically anybody who sets foot in a lab needs some form of even if you have four feet beat see. Joey has a service dog. Can you hear how little like Greg Sampson okay. He was getting up all right. Here we go Samson. A golden retriever is trained not to bark and he's a very good boy when he's in the lab With Joey he wears goggles worn military. Canine and buy police canine and law enforcement. He wears rubber boots on each paw and he also wears a lab coat underneath his harness and that keeps them safe. Samson intern keeps joey safe in the lab and out hoped years ago. Joey suffered traumatic brain injury. She also has. PTSD Samson senses when she's in a stressful situation that could trigger her PTSD. He picks things up. Because you can't over that well and he helps her balance embrace when she's moving around. It's it's a cliche to say that the dog saved my life but A service does that every single day but there was a time when Joey was told that she couldn't have her dog with her at least not if she also wanted to be in the warm they immediately said. Oh my gosh. You can't possibly bring a service dog into this environment. It's too dangerous so sadly there are a lot of science science faculty that are reluctant to allow anyone with a disability into stem or science and When you have a service dog UGH That that makes it an even bigger problem from the moment you walk in. You have a service dog. It's very visible. It's very different. And they have the power to say. No this episode. Why Joey is trying to change that? And why it's not just an uphill battle for her before a stem workforce force striving to be more inclusive I mattie Safai and this is shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR

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"bana" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"bana" Discussed on Double Toasted

"She should be the one is in the midst of all this and be like Kay, Bruce. Okay. I understand what's going on. But I don't understand why he's alive and she shows. Great emotion when he's like in the hospital. She's crying and stuff. She's trying with him. Right. Sure. But then they have their kind of relationship with Sam Elliot's. So she's going she's she's the one that doesn't have to be crazy. She's the one that has to kind of play it normal. Eric Bana has to give a little bit more motion asked general Ross, he's yelling fucking people whose tossing shit around. Yes. We'll get him in a little bit. And then you have sniffily eighties fucking villain in the middle of. The thousands movie playing no real purpose other than to just be an asshole. And he's coming up pretty soon too. Because I don't even know who that character is or why is there? He's not really even a village douche. He you could probably cut him from this movie. Right. And they should but. Going back once again to Eric banner or banner, that's a DJ Bruce banner. So he's trying to find out the secrets of what this guy telling him something in me. So he takes a blood sample. And he's what do I do at this? If some weird kind of chemical imbalance of the gamma rays should've killed me. And he sees all the things that are wrong with them. You seeing that this is not normal blood that I have and with that kind of flood of emotion during his experiments phone starts ringing. That's really the only outside irritates these phone starts. Yeah. And then he's thinking about like his past doesn't quite remember you saying guys my dad, but I don't really believe him. And for some reason, it is the most anti climactic. Opening act for a whole cow. The other movie, I barely remember. But I know it wasn't the phone was readings enough to preserve stickle a whole skate attacked by the military in the two thousand eight film. That's right. Just like it doesn't feel natural each at a wholesale. She was his dad get up in his face this crazy drug man that would be more natural the phone. I don't like that. And then he literally kicks over a bucket and turns into the whole. Yeah. That's not making a joke. That's what happens watching with your own eyes. It's been that site. Just. The connection there. Assume patient collies? That's a good my space selfie. Kissy notice that weird going good? Green st. Kiss steel. But it's true greed. Steel order now. Clinton. Someone will slay. To watch. Personal. Why my Schober? I need to drink. Are we gonna nor the line that he gave big Bruce? He says he tried to sell best. A lot of these trying to cook the parking lot. I mean, I mean like, okay. So yeah, he knocks book. Yeah. That's what sets hoax out. And then like that's the end of it just comes down at his house with this off. Yeah. He goes home like a real madman. Works. Actually for the working, man. But that's the thing. So he so he's having a panic attack. Nothing bad, but in the scope of panic attack and having rage in your heart, turn to a monster different spectrums, even in a fictional sense. This kind of idea that they had the timing of the narrative to go, okay shit. He needs turn to the hawk now. Yeah. But what we do forty five minutes in our in. I hall transfer me we're about forty five minutes, that's right on the money. And so they will about forty five minutes. He should be the whole by now. But what do they do with them? They make them hulk out. He destroys an office office building science lab throws a thing. And it just least leaves. That's not exciting. That's not negatively citing. Cool look at he's walking out. That's cool. But nothing about this scene. Here is. Maybe that's cool. The scene is extraordinary. The transformation is too dark. You can't really see it. And so all this does kind of show that. Yeah. The hulk is now here, and that's it. But we all knew that because we saw the fucking trailer..

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Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division

Sean Hannity

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division

"Former President Obama's and strong words against the state of politics in the country. And now the current president further the divisions amongst the American people the former president in his speech at the university of Illinois enter Bana champagne calling his successor President Donald Trump this symptom not the cause of division. Polarization in the US. The remark says Mr Obama kicks off a series of campaign stops leading into the mid term, two months. We have the chance not the surgery, but the chess to restore some semblance of sanity to our politics. We former president also complaining that he should get some credit for the massive economic turnaround and growth in our country under President

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"bana" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Yeah, but don't forget when you hear the king special sounder from the king on Fridays in August beginning tomorrow, be caller number twenty, three poor Raj, and you win the jersey of the king brand new LeBron James jersey every Friday. This August Fridays with the king during the summer of LeBron here on ESPN LA seven, ten. So we'll do it at this time tomorrow. So makes you tuning in o'clock hour tomorrow and every Friday bring on overbuilt, not over price. Show before we finish the Laker conversation Vegas. Odds are out updated odds on college football to win the national championship end, the Heisman Trophy according to vodka, we'll let me see the Heisman trophies, Oregon, quarterback, whatever's name. I'll get there. You give me a second. All righty. The Eric Bana? One of my not. Okay. It's not his. He's not the favorite. He's on the list though. I'll get there. You want. Do you want? Okay. So the Heisman right now, the leader in the clubhouse, there is a tie for the leader in the clubhouse. You've Bryce love of Stanford and to Tagliavini tag, eleven Noah to Utech to to to talk Lula. These aren't even decided yet. He's hanging by law to a logo. Hello. Favorite? Well, they think he's going to be the winner. But I don't like that though. Why is that? Because they don't know what they talking about. This do play one quarter man. That's what I'm saying. One half of football, which was exception, which wasn't exception, but do Jalen hurts for something like twenty. Something to Nick Sabin Ingle throw it away. Nick Sabin happened to just what he would Nick saving tried to do before we go on with the schedule in that championship game, Nixon was you're trying to give them a spark, right? And then he hit with it. Just take back right state your, but back in the kept going, he was like, okay, we own the some, but he wouldn't intentionally no bench the key for the other kid for the duration of the game. Absolutely not right, but he's gonna win the it looks like the job this year. Know. We don't. We don't know. Yeah, I think it is. I think the way Nick is talking about Jalen to just seems pretty odd, but. That's talking, but that's just Nick Tudo Nick angle, no sugar, no. So not like sweet tea just in. Is it Herbert or bear like bobber?.

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Chicago Cubs acquire lefty Cole Hamels in trade with Texas Rangers

Steve Cochran

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Chicago Cubs acquire lefty Cole Hamels in trade with Texas Rangers

"Ago this week at Wrigley field that, Cole hamels, became the. First pitcher and, forty years to know hit the cubs six days later. He was traded to Texas now another trade deadline week deal since hamels to the cubs you said goodbye does Rangers, teammates? Last night after, the cubs Rangers agreed on a deal sending the veteran left-hander to, Chicago it came on a day Anthony Rizzo went from leadoff Bana walk, off man for. The cubs his homework on the ninth beat Arizona seven, six and came one batter after David. Bodey tied the game with a, two run shot And the, roster fill-in Kris Bryant was coaxed. Into taking a curtain call. I got goosebumps just like they. Say keep going keep going on, and I was like that was a, cool, moment this fans are great to hear him here in the whole time and around basis Is incredible cubs in Saint Louis. Tonight while the White Sox come home after their twelve. Eight loss to the angels despite six home. Runs but along. The way this hat, line drive, centerfield down for. A hit Upton Johns, home heading for third is. Albert is that gets by Leo regard to the fence it goes being waived poles Throw to the plate off the Mark. He'll score easily Kofi not, backing up in the right spot crew, hall is Simmons. Without a play three rounds. Scored on the plays the angels, gained a split tonight the socks host the j.'s six thirty five here on WGN both teams may trades yesterday sock. Said Joakim Soria to the brewers Bluejays said Jay hap- to the. Yankees the Yankees have lost Aaron judge three weeks with a broken wrist the Blackhawks convention it gets going this afternoon the opening ceremonies are at five and you could hear them live right, here on the home. Of the Blackhawks the, northwestern Wildcats at White Sox baseball Dave attic WGN sports Roldan sills is a scientist in flying winemaker ruling gained experience as a fixer at wineries. Around the world and four In this week's episode of. Barrels.

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"bana" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"Eric bana i think is the guy's name earth whole eric bana yeah eric bana yeah yeah yeah but anyway but other than that that's it no nothing else can add on that yeah but no like dj miller mel said go fucking infiniti warri it's great it is well worth it and to answer the question that i posed at the beginning of this yes it is definitely worth absolutely a hundred and ten percent there's nitpicky things yes the fact that it has eighty seven percent or rotten tomatoes i call bullshit i'm like you don't gotta be one hundred percent but nash it should be in the nineties at least i'm no reeling seven per se matt roommate us is always a biased i swear i try not too much too but i know a lot of people do and even even studios do because you'll start to see i promise you if the score goes up you will start to see avengers infinity work commercials and trailers that are like you know radio fresh on rotten tomatoes and any other so it's leaning they all do that shit because i even did it on the spiderman homecoming meeting on the front of the box it's certified fresh on rotten tomatoes and we start cares about this shit i was like but it will affect your box office trusting if a movie asked dc in justice league and bam iverson miranshah let show shit come out with a scoreless in seventy percent and watch how your box office tanks after that.

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"bana" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Do you ever think singing dancing i mean it's time my friend hughes stand aside i mean seriously who jackman dance off that oscar stage make room for bana oh yeah see like you you totally could host could host in award show wait a minute pie not come you absolutely could not familiar chris all right you the training is in your gene it's in your blood and i was never i was never a great i'm so you know you have to you have to pass it that when you were in the stand up so through the thing guy but it's not it's not in me if you ever been have you been into relations where you start wanting to crack a joke and you feel like no i need to be serious air i can't seventy your questions are so damn good funny because i always feel terrible after i've done to nachos oh really always zero zero post tonight show format euphoria for may because i always come off feeling like should have been bad i should have been funniest should've aunt's like because you still viewing things as as and then you know you data talk about a movie that talk about something serious like gay there's lot moments but i still find that hot still find all that stuff hot it's probably better not to take big swings to with the context of that because if the audience the audience always needs a little bit of context.

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"bana" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"No no you gotta be this guy to me what's comfortable for them and it might laugh so i want i want more of it i want more and more and more of it i mean i i mean it's twenty years and i still get people saying he should do something as poitou what's going to happen probably not going to happen i did actually have a crazy thought about five years ago i was thinking how could actually wrote a film poitou could actually write something pretty i thought streep i thought i'd be i don't know listen you could you could totally get away with it i mean it might just play in australia if internet although with the internet now people they must have seen a ton of clips i mean there's classes online i actually don't think i'd you know in terms of political correctness i wouldn't ally with the character just say whatever the hell he wanted that was the beauty of him so i i don't actually think he would ply in two thousand nights sign i mean every once in a while america gets and ozzy exports you know like we had yahoo serious for a while we had that we got some jacko we had jacko you know like every once in a while like one of them popped over here but it was such it was such a specific character quirky query cork yeah yeah but i also want because i dated industrial and go for four years and i spent time in australia and i and i love it but it definitely you know a america's view of like what an austrian person is so on.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Fifty four says pitiful just fifty two right here on this piece of paper that i'm reading her lancashire alliance twenty minutes so let's go 52 yeah that will go 54 54 right there's a very good stuff movie next up we have mentioned that the name jackson is the biggest name in america right now you can blame the man who starred in this is a character he named he played as jackson charlie hohmann on on in a movie where eric bana plays author ten reagan of perth and they'll be dozen seventeen king arthur legend of the sward oh hey well i mean this is awesome at louis at ours in this sense of anarchy guy charlie hunnam oh hunger who jude law this can be tough did not see it maybe it never works these these pay just never work these dishonours never work uh but there's there's no doubt it's not seventy percent but is it 23 percent i mean it could be it could dip down pretty low right yes and i'm just wondering by the jacket that he sporting on the poster was this like an updated telling he looks like he's in a banana republic winter jacket there was a period piece of european if it'll it was a very arresting amos i no interest okay well i think okay okay okay are for that forty one thirty thirty eight king arthur is rotten at twenty nine oh needed at five point deduction next up eric bana plays a scientist bruce banner follow it follows a could they stop whatever's going on there's a shooting who thought of rattling going alone is there's a raucous over there is some rocketing described her what they're doing but they should stop that or at least be aware that we share.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Fifty four says pitiful just fifty two right here on this piece of paper that i'm reading her lancashire alliance twenty minutes so let's go 52 yeah that will go 54 54 right there's a very good stuff movie next up we have mentioned that the name jackson is the biggest name in america right now you can blame the man who starred in this is a character he named he played as jackson charlie hohmann on on in a movie where eric bana plays author ten reagan of perth and they'll be dozen seventeen king arthur legend of the sward oh hey well i mean this is awesome at louis at ours in this sense of anarchy guy charlie hunnam oh hunger who jude law this can be tough did not see it maybe it never works these these pay just never work these dishonours never work uh but there's there's no doubt it's not seventy percent but is it 23 percent i mean it could be it could dip down pretty low right yes and i'm just wondering by the jacket that he sporting on the poster was this like an updated telling he looks like he's in a banana republic winter jacket there was a period piece of european if it'll it was a very arresting amos i no interest okay well i think okay okay okay are for that forty one thirty thirty eight king arthur is rotten at twenty nine oh needed at five point deduction next up eric bana plays a scientist bruce banner follow it follows a could they stop whatever's going on there's a shooting who thought of rattling going alone is there's a raucous over there is some rocketing described her what they're doing but they should stop that or at least be aware that we share.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Fifty four says pitiful just fifty two right here on this piece of paper that i'm reading her lancashire alliance twenty minutes so let's go 52 yeah that will go 54 54 right there's a very good stuff movie next up we have mentioned that the name jackson is the biggest name in america right now you can blame the man who starred in this is a character he named he played as jackson charlie hohmann on on in a movie where eric bana plays author ten reagan of perth and they'll be dozen seventeen king arthur legend of the sward oh hey well i mean this is awesome at louis at ours in this sense of anarchy guy charlie hunnam oh hunger who jude law this can be tough did not see it maybe it never works these these pay just never work these dishonours never work uh but there's there's no doubt it's not seventy percent but is it 23 percent i mean it could be it could dip down pretty low right yes and i'm just wondering by the jacket that he sporting on the poster was this like an updated telling he looks like he's in a banana republic winter jacket there was a period piece of european if it'll it was a very arresting amos i no interest okay well i think okay okay okay are for that forty one thirty thirty eight king arthur is rotten at twenty nine oh needed at five point deduction next up eric bana plays a scientist bruce banner follow it follows a could they stop whatever's going on there's a shooting who thought of rattling going alone is there's a raucous over there is some rocketing described her what they're doing but they should stop that or at least be aware that we share.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"No give me those yet but in these are all eric ban of films you wounded warriors we will start with one that took place in time nineteen 72 shortly after these sharia law olympics where eleven israeli athletes and their coach were murdered eric bana plays avner kaufman and he carries out a series of strategic retaliations but as the assassinations pile up he begins to doubt the morality of his actions in two thousand five's munich i'm embarrassed said did not say this whole movie costumes miller movie i love spielberg i was just watching uh saving private ryan for the fiftyfifth timeless thank has such a great my god who yes i i shall allow watches movie you know there's a lot of people that are kansas the death penalty but whenever there is a movie where it's like hey these terrorists flattered a bunch of olympic athletes and now we're just getting together little group yugoslav or them murmuring as good as it out with that so it's like i i don't know i don't feel like i feel like i'm consistent in that when you slaughter somebody if you get slaughtered at whether whether it be the government eric van i'm i'm fine with that given the choice i'm truth every time right fluffing you see uh all right uh this it's always tough when there are some political stuff going on and not everyone agrees with israel and all that kind of stuff although this was sort of before that that heated ab um two five right yeah which weird that we sort of turned on israel more recently although i'm not still not sure why that is but i like israel but i will say they liked it then love his luck on eighty to eighty eight eighty seven munich is fresh at seventy seven percent interesting and by the way i stupidly said syria though it was those in munich variety show uh people handed it 83 interesting at believe may maybe the politics slow the so now let's go go to top critics it be lower if it was the politics that were getting in the way here.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"No give me those yet but in these are all eric ban of films you wounded warriors we will start with one that took place in time nineteen 72 shortly after these sharia law olympics where eleven israeli athletes and their coach were murdered eric bana plays avner kaufman and he carries out a series of strategic retaliations but as the assassinations pile up he begins to doubt the morality of his actions in two thousand five's munich i'm embarrassed said did not say this whole movie costumes miller movie i love spielberg i was just watching uh saving private ryan for the fiftyfifth timeless thank has such a great my god who yes i i shall allow watches movie you know there's a lot of people that are kansas the death penalty but whenever there is a movie where it's like hey these terrorists flattered a bunch of olympic athletes and now we're just getting together little group yugoslav or them murmuring as good as it out with that so it's like i i don't know i don't feel like i feel like i'm consistent in that when you slaughter somebody if you get slaughtered at whether whether it be the government eric van i'm i'm fine with that given the choice i'm truth every time right fluffing you see uh all right uh this it's always tough when there are some political stuff going on and not everyone agrees with israel and all that kind of stuff although this was sort of before that that heated ab um two five right yeah which weird that we sort of turned on israel more recently although i'm not still not sure why that is but i like israel but i will say they liked it then love his luck on eighty to eighty eight eighty seven munich is fresh at seventy seven percent interesting and by the way i stupidly said syria though it was those in munich variety show uh people handed it 83 interesting at believe may maybe the politics slow the so now let's go go to top critics it be lower if it was the politics that were getting in the way here.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"No give me those yet but in these are all eric ban of films you wounded warriors we will start with one that took place in time nineteen 72 shortly after these sharia law olympics where eleven israeli athletes and their coach were murdered eric bana plays avner kaufman and he carries out a series of strategic retaliations but as the assassinations pile up he begins to doubt the morality of his actions in two thousand five's munich i'm embarrassed said did not say this whole movie costumes miller movie i love spielberg i was just watching uh saving private ryan for the fiftyfifth timeless thank has such a great my god who yes i i shall allow watches movie you know there's a lot of people that are kansas the death penalty but whenever there is a movie where it's like hey these terrorists flattered a bunch of olympic athletes and now we're just getting together little group yugoslav or them murmuring as good as it out with that so it's like i i don't know i don't feel like i feel like i'm consistent in that when you slaughter somebody if you get slaughtered at whether whether it be the government eric van i'm i'm fine with that given the choice i'm truth every time right fluffing you see uh all right uh this it's always tough when there are some political stuff going on and not everyone agrees with israel and all that kind of stuff although this was sort of before that that heated ab um two five right yeah which weird that we sort of turned on israel more recently although i'm not still not sure why that is but i like israel but i will say they liked it then love his luck on eighty to eighty eight eighty seven munich is fresh at seventy seven percent interesting and by the way i stupidly said syria though it was those in munich variety show uh people handed it 83 interesting at believe may maybe the politics slow the so now let's go go to top critics it be lower if it was the politics that were getting in the way here.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So go to a guy co dot com fifteen minutes could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance gaiko oxnard levity live march 15th basic cable commentary cobra red done conner all the movies kurla drinks and they're doing a beertasting before the show six eight p m next door at uh as a copper blows yet cop capitalism no they're aki copper blew that won't come back and then after show all drink a few more coleman's kurla drinks forget the music event after show oh dawson's can replying feats minds wait a minute what street featuring featuring our sorry africa's ornament cavill play power and offer your memory dawson and oxy for us you could probably just put dawson on there and i'll do the math and lock see and and that will be after the show mostly feature now the after the show at copper blues as well and while less wing by and say hi and all that madison wisconsin capital theater april six sample so like four hundred fifty tickets that play fast so they're going fast said to a check that out santa anna ease sports arena at one of our rare live podcast going on uh this year that'll be april 21st and then of course the more theater coming up that things beautiful and then uh that says september 13th then there's also cruise after that and all the good stuff this could amc corolla dot com and let's not forget forgiven eric bana in theaters this friday and march ninth and then uh following on all the platforms on the sixteen th and i'm going to watch uh love the beast yeah love the bees.

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"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Is synonymous with eight it work as i mean it's it's it that another thing it's crazy about porsche to is when you when you look at other manufacturers and you like look at their race cars the race engines look very uh spectacular lots of like the look like a race car engine just kid withdraw racing engine you know like there's a there's a difference between a car than an engine that looks like i don't know what it is and then when it looks very raissi sporty whatever porsche engines these racing engines especially were very 'and raissi looking they had a lot of like plastic which is weird it's it's counterintuitive you can find like a nine seventeen engine the engine eric bana the car air banner was drooling over an hour and a half ago as like plastic intakes with plastic tubes going to them look like a hydroponic a pat farmer something not not no chrome no no nothing big big weird plastic fan is it a weight than in the middle of it the germans and and porsche especially are like we need this car to go flat out for 24 hours and it's going to go two hundred fifty two miles an hour down the mall a most on straight every single lap and we have no thoughts to the aesthetic of this anchin it's anything that works is in anything it doesn't work is out and that's it and most the stuff that works is kind of boring it's just like a lot of engineering and it's not spun aluminum that's antidote eyes than chrome durr triple crown or whatever just this plastic there's a just a lot of plastic a lot hoses hoses comax van nine seventeen engine find me a picture that thing and you realize it just doesn't look like that much it looks kind of weird but it produces 1100 ores power and eight thousand our preeminent does it for twenty four hours with a weird bug.

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"bana" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"bana" Discussed on The Young Turks

"So i like when it comes to actual antisemitic behavior he's all four it because this spenders are all for it but when it comes to someone like lord who has all the right in the world to not perform anywhere she chooses she's an anti semite so look sh in man intergroups picture together smiling having a hunkydory time in the white house back when bana was in the white house now that photo 58 yeah so they're they're they are now van any in his divorce proceedings his wife said he didn't want the kids attendant jewish school because he didn't he didn't want them being around juice now that's a divorce proceeding these get ugly take it with a grain of salt okay but milo buzzfeed did a terrific analysis of this so much so that even robert mercer another huge backer breitbart had to backpedal away from a breitbart a little bit milo low when he was doing the compilation of what the all right stance for four breitbart run by steve bannon conferred with neonazis to figure out what the won't right positions were and then put them into uh that that that treatise for what too all right stance for so the the treatise that steve bannon is website promoted was written partly by knee will not cease but what does attleson want um he wants the right wing position israel he wants to unions crushed be because they work the unions earn his casinos and he was a pays workers less money uh he wants the'regulation he wants to lower taxes so trump and ban in our monsters and potentially anti semites trump went to a gathering of republican jewish leaders and said if any room knows how to renegotiate its this room my god if lord had said that anybody in new zealand had said that surely would be taken us seven fullpage ads in the washington post so did you but they back all those guys anyway because they're not interested in making sure that the jews are protected at center they're interested in using anti semitism as a club to beat over the p people over the head with and more important than lord do you want to intimidate anyone else who might say hey you should joined the boycott divest manila sanctions movement rain you should be concerned about you owing doing economic activity in israel as long.

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