17 Burst results for "Barragan"
"barragan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"barragan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Are are extreme hangover mornings are very different cause I'm very fragile when I'm severely hungover like have only conduce like Very moderate entertainment does anything at any moment could make me break out in tears or that or, you know, send me down a deep spiral so interesting that that's what you were going for. Also very interesting. Great job by Phil Bo Barragan's Dragged up a tweet from two years ago that he tweeted out that said, John means being of John setting is the biggest miles teller mark I've ever known. I actually learned a rhyme that miles time train. I love him. I think without a shadow of a doubt, he's the most underrated actor of our generation. He is the man I'm just saying I feel very strongly about it in those miles. I do let it be known, and you just threw it through his name out there all willy nilly use fantastic and we're not good and everything else is that I don't know. Who is so s O. I kept waiting. In this movie with Will Ferrell. And probably give it away here. Elaine from Seinfeld. And I know she has a real name. But really everybody knows where they don't know. It is a former Saturday night live cast member. They don't know. Where is Julia Louise Dreyfuss. They know her as Elaine from Seinfeld. Incredible dancer. Okay. Oh, yeah. On And it's a movie about Marriage that goes downhill. And the movie's called downhill. Well, It's funny because I have yet to see it. But somebody reached out to me. Not that long ago and said, Hey, you've got to see this movie. It has some of your favorite things in it. Will Ferrell and an avalanche, which I watched the preview. It looks pretty good. Itwas it's It's weird, but You're gonna watch it from a different perspective? Because you're gonna watch it, eh? Not hating. Will Ferrell already and be not expecting a rape or murder to take place because I kept wondering when it's gonna happen like Not to give too much away. But Julia Louis Dreyfus is going on with the ski instructor to a little ski cabin. I go. Oh, my God. This is where he's going to rape her or murder, but no rape or murder takes place in that movie. She My girlfriend completely miss read the description on another film. I've been there done that I would have opted to watch it. If that was the description, though, That's the thing. It's probably the thing that happens more often. People trying to avoid rape and murder and end up sadly being caught off guard with a rape or murder. Not for somebody who's really looking for some rape and murder. Getting a, You know, a warm comedy. Instead, I wouldn't say it's warm on and there wasn't that much laughter to be found in it. It's It's overwhelmingly sad. It's It's really about the strained marriage of Will Ferrell and Elaine Well during the preview, So this isn't too much of Ah, spoiler. Would I saw there at like at a ski resort in an avalanche in an avalanche comes on, rather than protect his family? Will Ferrell just runs away and leaves his wife and Children to be killed yet? Well? Or whatever. Yeah, you're right now knowing that that's the pivotal moment of the film. If you did a quick Google like review search, do not waste your time on this movie has to be one of them. What? Worse? Dull, boring movies I've seen in a long time. It was 82 85 minutes long, Ah family on a ski trip them back to the motel. Next day skiing and announce it in or blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I'm not here to tell you that's an inaccurate review. I'm just here to tell you that for what I needed at the time day, which was like toe help nurse me back to health so I could go to the Dali Museum. Then that's what I needed. By the way this is going to come off as such an uneducated, uncultured comment. Salvador Dali this not this part. Salvador Dali's a genius in my pants. I need a little insanity in my geniuses. I just need a little dark side. Reflected in their work. Right now. The dollar museum, there's this immersive exhibit on Vincent van Gogh. And Vincent Van Gogh is a celebrated artist. Whose work is so boring to me, Leggy. All he draws is is flowers in a field? No. Yes. No. Yes, He's in a starry night. That's not flowers, and there was a story Okay? And that's great for him. But like, what the hell is so special about drawn us a story sky. He was mad. He chopped his own ear off right? He was crazy, but none of that is reflected in his work. Is the work of a very normal 9 to 5 business, man. But let me see some of that weird shop in your ear off in your art. So like, give me show me a field of flowers with like a decapitated kid bleeding out and dogs tearing his body. Who'd what's going on with you, dude, That's what I got on the kid. Seriously, Dude, what is I mean, I just want a little disturbing What I mean rape and murder and child decapitation is kind of that way. You watch that before you went to the museum. Were you feeling artsy, really Thought There's a there's a very startling pattern unfolding. Of course, it's even worse to because of Thanksgiving movie that we watched on Thanksgiving that but I won't tell you that because you're really pile on. You'll have me committed. Um, no, I just I love the dog museum. I think it's amazing. I love the work of Salvador Dali. Uh, Vincent van Gogh's work is incredibly dull to me like I look at his paintings, and there's nothing special Salvador Dali. He's got a painting of his wife gala looking out at the ocean that when you stand 12 M away turns into a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. That's freaking genius right there. He's got melting clubs. He's got unexplainable fish in his work. That's his art. He does surrealism. Yeah, I know I was there I read, then go is a different kind of artists. They aren't supposed to be there supposed to be, What's it called apples or oranges? They're different artists, right? But Russia backed them equally. Then goes, got use of blues and everything. So I mean, I just I would I was. I'm just glad you took my recommendation because, remember, I was like telling you that that was the only suitable thing that could replace a laser light show. I'm just I'm just like you and David In 275791025 and 807 711025 calls the Dalai Lama museum. We call him that again today, and I loved it. I did. I did. Yeah. Personally. Yeah. You walked in. You said I was the Dalai Lama He's on. I didn't have the I didn't have the heart to correct you. Well, Still Dalai Lama Museum would have been bad ass. But, man, I mean, I get it like You painted a field of flowers, but holy crap. There's nothing disturbing that I feel like that's kind of like the average person's take on all high end are okay. I feel a little bit better about that. I felt so uncultured thinking it and then saying it out loud. I just thought like you unwashed he even Who are you who's done nothing with your life except Be a loud.
"barragan" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"An incorrect determination. So. Would you say that if everyone gets out there and vote early as the people at Georgia are doing today that will allay many Problems. You foresee or Art Concerned About for that twenty twenty election on November third absolutely voting early is a better choice for voters. Where exists in State Laws Georgia has it whether? It's early in person when that option exists or exercises the vote by mail at the earlier part of the process because you protect yourself as an individual voter by acting early, are you going to vote by mail or are you going to vote in person or you going to drop your ballot into a dropbox? I have dropped my ballot into a dropbox it was a ballad that was mailed to me and my wife and I over the weekend took it to a designated official dropbox that we have in our jurisdictions trust that dropbox to be safe. Yes. It's the government's own dropbox. It's as secure as and in a government official in my judgment. Thank you so much professor finally. Joining us today. Thanks Diane it's great to be with you. Thank you. That was Edward. Foley. He's director the election law. Program at Ohio State University he's also a contributing columnist, but the Washington Post. And that's all for today. Thanks to those of you who've reached out to let me know what you'd me to cover. His very difficult time to continue to let us know what your mind. You can find this on facebook and twitter or L. send the email the our podcast at Wfan new God or. Our theme. Is Composed by Jim Br Barragan Latins for Wunderle. You show is produced by Rebecca Kaufman Alison. Brody and Sandra Baker. Are Engineer is my kid. Thanks for listening all I hope you'll continue to wear those masks, take carry yourself and those around you. I'm Diane Rain..
"barragan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Shocking discovery I'm Paul Stevens fox news NASCAR officials say a noose was found in the Talladega garage stall of driver Bubba Wallace he's the only full time black driver in NASCAR's elite Cup series the news found Sunday in Alabama coming less than two weeks after Wallace successfully pushed NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag in its tracks and facilities NASCAR launching an investigation Sunday's race at Talladega rescheduled to Monday because of bad weather some members of Congress on both sides of the aisle not happy that former national security adviser John Bolton has waited for this week's release of his new book to allege misconduct inside the trump White House what do you wish that Mr Bolton would have come into the house under oath and testified one of the things about making allegations in a book twenty nine ninety five so it's going to be a best seller sure the problem is that when you're selling it in a book you're not putting yourself in position to be cross examined South Carolina GOP senator Tim Scott on ABC's this week former VP Joe Biden still enjoying a polling lead over president trump the search for Biden is happening as he widened his lead over president trump in the polls latest fox news poll shows Biden had twelve points another portion of that poll shows the momentum behind him may have less to do with liking Biden as a candidate then wanting a rather not wanting trump to win a second term nearly two thirds of buying supporters said their biggest motivation was fear the other candidate would win where is nearly two thirds of trump supporters said their motivator was enthusiasm for him but by his campaign says they're not worried about a lack of enthusiasm fox is Jacqui Heinrich two house Democrat Maxine waters and Nanette Diaz Barragan calling for California's Attorney General to investigate the fatal shooting of a young man by LA county sheriff's deputy both saying in the statement there is a need for an independent investigation into the death of eighteen year old Andres Guardado so the public goodwill trust the findings Americans listening to fox news.
"barragan" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Shocking discovery I'm Paul Stevens fox news NASCAR officials say a noose was found in the Talladega garage stall of driver Bubba Wallace he's the only full time black driver in NASCAR's elite Cup series the news found Sunday in Alabama coming less than two weeks after Wallace successfully pushed NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag in its tracks and facilities NASCAR launching an investigation Sunday's race at Talladega rescheduled to Monday because of bad weather some members of Congress on both sides of the aisle not happy that former national security adviser John Bolton has waited for this week's release of his new book to allege misconduct inside the trump White House what do you wish that Mr Bolton would have come into the house under oath and testified one of the things about making allegations in a book twenty nine ninety five so it's going to be a best seller I'm sure the problem is that when you're selling it in the book you're not putting yourself in position to be cross examined South Carolina GOP senator Tim Scott on ABC's this week former VP Joe Biden still enjoying a polling lead over president trump the search for Biden is happening as he widened his lead over president trump in the polls latest fox news poll shows Biden had twelve points another portion of that poll shows the momentum behind him may have less to do with liking Biden as a candidate then wanting a rather not wanting trump to win a second term nearly two thirds of Biden supporters said their biggest motivation was fear the other candidate would win where is nearly two thirds of trump supporters said their motivator was enthusiasm for him but by his campaign says they're not worried about a lack of enthusiasm fox is Jacqui Heinrich two house Democrats Maxine waters and Nanette Diaz Barragan calling for California's Attorney General to investigate the fatal shooting of a young man by LA county sheriff's deputy both saying in the statement there is a need for an independent investigation into the death of eighteen year old Andres Guardado so the public goodwill trust the findings Americans listening to fox news.
"barragan" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Last frame of Fuchs pain, a gun to coups knows hat, after he shows them, Janice, his body, and this whole thing and all what have we started? It really funny in the silliest that we've ever gotten that, that could be interesting. And so then it was just it once we figure that out at actually wrote itself, pretty fast. When you're brainstorming that were like, what's the process? Are you just sitting in two shares does? Is there a whiteboard? Ord-. You just the racing stuff constantly. Yeah. There could be a whiteboard. Sometimes we just have a big monitor that has the script up on it. And we're writing scenes are usually when it's the whiteboard. I'm up at the whiteboard writing out ideas and racing things in China structure, thing, and Alex sits in a chair, kind of, you know, not saying much, and then just jogging in just thinking. And then when we're typing it's usually Alec, typing me, pacing everywhere. And then I do have a funny, so he's the type he types. But I'm yeah I'm. Guy. I'm whiteboard guy, and he's typer and I, I'm pacing guy pastes. We moved from Sony to paramount while we were writing and we got into a new big was a giant room and I was pacing and I was a I got I got lost I turned around and listen in the room anymore. And I'll say guy who where am I? But yeah, you know, but now the way it usually works is, is, you know, I will kind of talk it through and kind of talk about objectives. You know, a really lake it sure kind of objectives. And I mean, a good example would be an episode sevens. Sally has this great monologue that Jenner Goldberg delivered amazingly. And in initially, we wrote that as a scene, it was, like, okay, so it's good to check in with Sally here because we know one episode eight they have to do this show, and that she, she has all his pressure on her and everything. So. And she's flipping out about Barragan edition. We know what the coup snow scene is. But we don't know what the what the Sally seniors and sweet wrote it as a dialogue of her saying, look, you know, this is bad or whatever and him responding and things like that. Yeah. But as we mapped it out on the board. I went, yeah, okay, here's what's going on with her. And as I wrote it out, it became instead of one thing, and it was two things, and it became three things than was like nine things that she was going through. And we went, I don't know how to make nine turns in conversation. And then I said, you know what knowing Sarah, if we wrote a two page monologue addressing all this she can make it three pages and she'll just she's amazing at just rattling off what you saw, you know, she's she can do that incredibly easily in it's impressive to watch. She's a theater Seattle trained actresses. She just nailed it. And I bet if we do that, and we never cut away from her, and then it's now it's as impressive scene where you, you get to see will you get to see it worked for us in a lot of levels we go..
"barragan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Eight seven seven thirty thirty seven sixty six sixty six and it was an eventful and it was an action packed card weekend. And you will wondering maybe at around two thirty three o'clock as the charges were taken into the Baltimore Ravens. Then you didn't have that signature finish in the games on Saturday night. Would we get one of those signature moments in wild card weekend? Sure it did between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles moving on a stone the bears in dramatic fashion. Sixteen the fifteen and the storyline is going to be twofold at eagle Barragan the first be in, holy smokes. Here we go again with Nick false, Nick foles, Lena fourth quarter, comeback Nick foles hooking up with golden Tate on the fourth goal. Touchdown pass says it looked like the bears. We're going to be in the middle of a goal line stand. Not to be. Falls made some mistakes surly showed you his resiliency. But again, the eagles showing you a different team for whatever the reason when he's under center. The other big take where you're going to have from this eagle bear game is the way it all unfolded at the end of the game the bears. Getting a great kick return the bears. Get into field goal range set it up for Cody parkey who. Has this kick partially.
"barragan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Is given. Much is expected. Much is required. God has given me so much in return. Tried to give back as much as I could. I hope he will accept my best efforts before I even more sentimental. This is not a final goodbye. Three weeks from no longer. Hold office. But I will continue to hold a special place, by our view. My colleagues. The farewell address by Utah Senator Orrin Hatch. He will be replaced by Mitt Romney. And this note about incoming Senator elect Romney. He is one of only two Americans who pulled off the unique feat. Being elected governor of one state and the Senate in another the other individuals Sam Houston who served as the governor of Tennessee and later Senator from the new state of Texas C Span's Washington journalists lined tomorrow morning at seven AM eastern time. You can hear it here on C span radio. Span's Washington journal live every day with news and policy issues. That impact you coming up Thursday morning, Republican Congressman Tom Cole from Oklahoma talks about the upcoming government funding Bill deadline and the tax foundation's Daniel Bundy discusses what's in the House Republicans and of your tax Bill, then democratic congresswoman Nanette Barragan from California talks about the possibility of a government shutdown..
"barragan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"God's be placed in houses of worship. Absolutely no question about it. Just as we came to that conclusion with the school shootings common sense would dictate that of course, most schools to have armed guards around them. But not to the progressive the regressive mind is so blind to reality that no matter what the question is. They always come up with the wrong answer. I want to now go to some of the callers lying for Jeff WABC. Welcome to the program. What's on your mind? Hi, Dr savage, actually, a genocide teacher not too far from Pittsburgh. And I wanted to call up and just tell you that you've been pretty fought on today. I've been teaching this for years when you have a society like ours based on ideals like the Bill of rights liberty that we're free men and women, and then you neglect that year after year after year, you get to a point where you're in a post constitutional America. And when you get to that point, and you push people against the wall people revert to s Ethno nationalism, they reverted his tribal, and it's disgusting. We have to stand with the Jewish community for Pittsburgh around the world. We have to stay with all free men and women, and we have to we have to remember that we're American we need to stick together myself, my brother, and my brother's active duty in the navy. My father is a veteran, and you know, we we've seen this. We see this flow pattern of the collapse of our constitutional order. And we, you know. You get a free on. How does the collapse of our constitutional order lead to a Nazi onto the teeth? Slaughtering Jews who have no way to defend themselves. How does that? How does that work? The what I mean, I'm Dr savage and no disrespect to anyone in the community. What I'm saying is is that would bind us together as a nation was the fact that we believed in individual liberty. And we believe in we believed in the rights of the individual. And now, we're we see is we see these maniac, especially the white nationalist movement. You see this retrenchment into these tribes? This tribal is that everyone in that group. But you're blaming white nationalist now for all problems in America. What about Louis Farrakhan, just last week calling juice termites what I'm saying is is that. No, no, no, no. Let's let's not run over that. I know it makes people nervous Louis Farrakhan has preached anti Jewish anti semitism for ages last week. He joked and mocked Jews and call them termites. Are you aware of that? I was not. I know why are you not aware of Louis Farrakhan's hate speech, which Twitter will not block the region. You're not aware of it is because the vermin in the media was spreading hatred and lies won't even play. The tape of lowest Barragan calling juice termites. So before you start saying, it's only white nationalist or the problem. I think you need to look at the broader problem in our society. Literally, I I completely agree with you. I was using them as as one example. But it's the it's the point my main point is that when you have a constitutional order or even take take take a terrible terrible communism. Okay. I think we're getting too far afield right now. And I I know look you're on the right side of things I trust, you know, what you're talking about. But I'm going to get the o the wheel back in my hands ninety to take the ship of the Savage Nation back in my hands because I don't want to now go into the constitution and the Bill of rights. That's not what we're talking about. We're talking about the fact that hatred is in the air spreading like a virus? Which about the fact that the media is the host organism that is spreading this virus. We're talking about the fact that without hatred. These media entities wouldn't survive a week. They wouldn't. Five a week if they were told that they had to stop it. It took Jeff Zucker in a room. And you said you stop your marionettes on CNN from spreading this hatred against white people against white nationalists. Because you've just starring them up. I'll tell you right now. Jeff Zucker wouldn't change one word coming out of the bloopers mouth or any of the other characters that worked for him in the chorus line. There's no common sense left. There's no decency left in the media. So today, I told you I'm not gonna write the whole ship of state..
"barragan" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Right that I have to you. So your letter to shareholders, this most recent one said you're going to be here at least another five years. Then what are you gonna do? I don't know. I think he probably to write a book one day in detail. We might letters. I get a lot of detail a lot of misinformation about the crisis and the guy knows what I love to teach. So I'll do do undergraduates. Not even NBA. I'll do business with friends. I'm never going to be a fiduciary, but big company. Again, you know, I probably join one public company board. I don't do that now. We're like the company like the products and one charity chart aboard, kind of that's not to raise money from the need. My help like as a great charity and I can actually get my hands into and help them grow and expand and accomplish. And it might be around work skills. And my wife does a tremendous man the South Bronx for work skills and so might be out something like that. Getting kids, educated and jobs in schools, helping them had the training to get a job and apprenticeship, and all those things that create a successful first time job person to the crisis. Now. Would p. Morgan be the Bank. It is today without us having health crisis. I think probably pretty much. Yeah. I don't think you bought air. You bought jape wamu. I wouldn't. I wouldn't buy Barragan eqe. We book of the United States coming to. It was a tremendous amount of risk for us. We paid almost nothing. I'm not arguing that, but it costs us fifteen to twenty billion dollars to unwind it. Okay, so we got some good things. I've got some good people and we took the major risks and we both three, two billion of assets. You know, the Federal Reserve financed a very small part of it, not for us for themselves because it just a bridge too far for us, and they took the the high grade mortgages. We took the low grade mortgages. And again, we took a lot more so and then afterwards we always sued by the government, all of that about some of the bad mortgages at Bear Stearns. Did it just it just was bridge too far and yes, it helped the company, but just funny because it was the first bridge I came and then came. We thought that time at that time Hank Paulson me a bunch of the people, then banenky, etc. Tim guide thought. That that could be hole in the dike that we gotta stop. We were wrong because as it turned out there is succession of failures after that didn't calm in Leman member, the biggest financial phase of all time of federal and Franny which were government government designed vehicles AIG we're still dealing with by the way exactly. We're AIG afterwards. Hundreds of mortgage brokers went bankrupt, so there are a lot of things in. And so, yeah, it was comp I would've bought wamu because even though we paid an extra price that we didn't think we should have paid, it put us new so many places they think of Washington state, California, Florida, we got, I've forgotten number how many branches we got. But in those days you got the one down the street from my house where I Bank, I mean, right, and you're in California. So we've gone from seven or branches two thousand. We've also added a lot of small business which they didn't do a lot of private Bank, which they didn't do a lot of middle mortgage they didn't do and a lot more investment bankers they didn't do. So I think it was a fabulous platform for jape Morny grow for. For one hundred years, so I still would have done that one. Are you satisfied that we have the protections in place now to avoid something like that happening again, you should never be satisfied, and I want to explain that a little bit Leeman. So the problems the regular should I stay. They really should be happy and take a victory lap. I give you just do Leeman redux. It wouldn't happen. They had not twenty billion capital but fifty. But because of the regulation, yes wouldn't play. We've had a lot more liquidity..
"barragan" Discussed on 790 KABC
"To kill Los Angeles congresswoman Maxine Waters over her criticism of President. Trump forty-five-year-old Anthony Scott Lloyd pleaded guilty in April two one federal count of threatening United States official Lloyd was also, ordered not to have any contact with waters, by any means now a two acre brush Fire erupted this morning and acting in the. Eighty three hundred black of Soledad canyon road so, after charring about the two acres firefighters were able to get it under control no structures were threatened a man and a. Young woman were killed in a fiery two vehicle crash on the six oh five freeway in Norwalk around one o'clock this morning the fifty two year old man in nineteen year old woman both from paramount or riding in a minivan the twenty two year old female driver, suffered moderate injuries a seven-year-old girl passenger suffered major injuries now the man driving the other vehicle. Thirty-one-year-old, Alex Barragan of Norwalk was arrested on suspicion of, DUI, he may have a prior DUI arrest, which could make him eligible for murder. Charges CHP sergeant Armando pair Domo tells NBC four news d. y. arrests usually resulted. Harsher penalties as a result In this case unfortunately we have two lives that are lost so we will be. Asking a DA to seek more the charges on Barragan his female passenger only suffered. Minor injuries Orange County. Fire officials say that a woman approximately fifty years old housekeeper is hospitalized in critical condition after. Being stung hundreds of times by swarm of bees and. Lake forest this morning to Orange County firefighters were stunned multiple, times they're reportedly hospitalized in stable condition talk. Radio seven ninety.
"barragan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The cities and so city health officials didn't notify parents if the tests found elevated lead levels and their children now governor cuomo says the state will step in and oversee new independent blood test system a spokeswoman for mayor de blasio lashed out at cuomo seeing the city's testing program is adequate she says the governor quote should focus on driving down the lead exposure rate in places upstate and in western new york where exposure rate are as much as ten times higher than new york city twenty eight year old alexandria makasiar cortez recently tweeted out a list of journalists who covered her candidacy early on one of them was wnyc's bridget barragan who produced a story last november about her challenge to ten term incumbent congressman joseph crowley bergen said on the brian lehrer show today that are cost you a test is win is a wakeup call for the democratic establishment part of that shoes divulge ability of even incumbents when the organization is tapped into what the community's looking for isn't going out and making all that voter to voter contact oko cortez won her primary and will face republican andy papa's in november and a new york city correction officer discovered a surprise visitor to rikers island yesterday wnyc's kate hines reports by this time of year snowy owls should be munching on lemmings in the arctic instead one was found in a courtyard on rikers island on a day when temperatures in new york were well into the nineties workers put the wayward bird in ventilated box and brought it to the wild bird fund in manhattan rita mcmahon the funds founder and co director says the bird should not be here any snowy owl came down here to hunt to get more food would have left in march to go north to breed the juvenile female is being treated for dehydration parasites and a foot infection she's expected to make a full recovery and we'll hopefully be released back into the wild heat advisory in effect for snowy owls and the.
"barragan" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"The nineteen seventies it's alive and well from living on norwegian radio kuntar remember calls here is an e you terms ways not part of the union so when you reach the frontier as a customs post with the flag and fischel in uniform case a perching the warrior norwegian toll station barragan borders closed customs officers waiting for us this month no not taking pictures just for coding okay wigan go thank you very much so that i did eight seconds to our journey i would guess over friendly questions searching the car and we are on our way how did you say his name okay we're here to find out just how light you can make your border arrangements when you're close to the eu but not in it as the uk so we'll soon be at the moment every truck driver comes into norway from the eu through sweden as to stop can get his papers processed lithuania and he has an export from the country and this is a ouija importation gentlemen spent of he's now spent more time here because of me than he would otherwise two three minutes it doesn't take much time but it certainly not no time at all and customs officer total strand chapman says a proportion of goods traffic is also passed it was scanner sort of truck sized x ray machine i mean before we had this gathered we had to take the truck in and unload everything and that can take quite a long time many hours with many officers now you save a lot of time actually not only for the officer's carrying out the work but also for the trucks the good news is the technology based light touch system is coming here pretty much the max faculty shen being considered by the british government paperwork uploaded in advance number plate recognition cameras on the border or concur is the boss on the norwegian side of this crossing to get the papers it comes in their computer system and if think everything is okay it's really came a green light and the barrier go up when the system the new system the expressed systems working will it be like there is no border here for most drivers the companies which are in this system they have to come on the system and i don't think everyone will get to the system so it will be border still be someone which this is just a postcard from a customs post no one wanted to talk directly about brexit which is just the subject of sympathetic mutterings they will point out though that sweden norway are as close historically as the u k and our land and that there is very much a border here to be expected they argue if you choose as norwegians of chosen to not be part of the union that report by kevin connolly an eighteen year old mystery which has baffled detectives in belgium could be on the verge of being solved a panel from the painting cool the derision of mystic lamb by hubert and yan van eyck was stolen from cathedral in nineteen thirty four and hasn't been seen since even the nazis tried and failed to find the artwork as a present for adult hitler charlotte galata told jackie leonard more about the mystery it's considered to be the world's first great oil painting.
"barragan" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Columbia university joined by members of the black community hamilton hall tendency and to the caitlyn's ville nine the catholic priests and lay activists who set fire to hundreds of draft records using homemade napalm to protest the vietnam war we have chosen to be president permanent we have chosen to be branded as criminal by warping father dan barragan would say it's better to burn papers than children nineteen sixty eight we look back fifty years old more coming up welcome to democracy now democracy now dot or the warren peace report i'm amy goodman today in this democracy now special we go back fifty years to nineteen sixty eight a pivotal year in modern american history a year that saw the assassination of dr martin luther king and robert kennedy historic students strikes from columbia university to san francisco state the soviet invasion of czechoslovakia the chicago democratic convention protests and the esscalation of the vietnam war over the next hour will air highlights from our recent coverage of four key events including the assassination of dr martin luther king the columbia students strike and the caitlyn's ville nine but we begin in vietnam fifty years ago on march sixteenth nineteen sixty eight us soldiers slaughtered more than five hundred vietnamese women children and old men in what became known as the me lie massacre women were raped houses were burned bodies were mutilated then the us military attempted to keep the massacre a secret in march survivors of the massacre gathered at the site to describe the horror of what happened on that day fifty years ago in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight look down by one hundred and seventy people and they shut them all dead they shut them all they shot once they took one minute break an open fire for the second then the third time my father who was in his eighties was injured and tumbling than crawling i laid very still in the mud as if i was dead and.
"barragan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Questions that were briefly interrupted their democrat minute barragan and they are heading to the house floor to vote the first of five votes that are taking place is wrapping up the four to come will be five minutes each so figuring of about twenty five thirty minutes until they can return testimony today from frank cilluffo from george washington university and a former special assistant to the president for homeland security present george w bush anthony regime rose with the foundation for defense democracies us also served in the treasury department state department patrick terrell from national defense university jeff green from semantic corporation and peter vinson pry former cia intelligence officer and also the chief of staff of the commission to assess the threat to the us malek trump magnetic pulse attack and we'll have more live coverage of the hearing when they return on come radio double you see as pe fm washington one of the votes that they are doing is a package of aid following the the hurricanes in florida texas in puerto rico in the persian islands also there's no money in there to pay flood insurance claims and also aid for the wildfire relief out in california in all thirty six and a half billion dollars and you can follow the voting on cspan television also the news today president donald trump signing an executive order dealing with health care he yet tweeted this morning since congress can't get its act together in healthcare will be using the power of the pen to give great healthcare to many people fast and he did find that executive order to expand low cost low premium coverage allowing employers to form groups across state lines expanding shortterm plans and expanding use of health reimbursement arrangements while we wait for the life hearing to return today the white house chief of staff john kelly appeared in the briefing room at the white house he said he's not quitting not firing anyone else and not getting fired is among some reports that he was frustrated with the job this runs a halfhour and it begins with the press secretary the white house sarah sanders jump right in i've got a couple of brief announcements today at five forty five m the white house will hold a background briefing for reporters regarding the administration's iran's strategy in it 1245 tomorrow the president will deliver remarks announcing the strategy to the.
"barragan" Discussed on KELO
"Barragan a genius trumpet player singer not so much billie holiday inn frank sinatra both had hit versions later on august nineteen 40 to the us first marine division begins operation watch tower the first us offensive of world war two landing on guadacanal on the solomon islands maybe fabric and we would have injury troops have ever renewed urging at the marine on guadalcanal when it's over the japanese of lost more than 25000 men compared with a loss of 1600 by the americans but that same day in nineteen 42 future public radio star garrison keillor is born in canoga minnesota draw the women are strong all at all the children killer talking there about his fictionalized version of his hometown like woebegone out on the edge of the prairie killer stepped down as host of public radio's a prairie home companion last summer after forty two years the show is just not the same august seven through the years quarter past the hour and alan first lied meteorologist dean divorce with us the in lots of wet stuff to deal with today mike goo good morning in of the lot of rain headed in parts of the northeast today we've got some plans flood watches up for the new york city area down towards philadelphia for later today the afternoon into the evening hours some waves of heavy rain will affect that i ninety five corridors we get into the afternoon and evening so certainly of folks uh dc up to new york city we'll have to keep an eye the rain will get into boston later this afternoon in places like portland maine tonight but again the heaviest rain late this afternoon yorktown to dc meanwhile some showers and rain and back to places like detroit a scattered showers around chicago today cooler air is in bogey here for the great lakes and into the northeast some fall like temperature's over the next couple of days places like minneapolis will be below normal with temperatures in the lower seventy showers and thunderstorms in the southeast norfolk atlanta jacksonville new orleans allseeing shower thunderstorm chances today and out west the word is heat typical heat four the desert's of california and arizona warmer than average for places like los angeles we backed off the pedal a bid from the dangerous seat that we were seeing in the.
"barragan" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Sometimes i'm overwhelmed just watching people online at to embrace that sacrament it is the most profound saying i josh never ever can get over at it to something you have to surrender to and just saying yeah i'm with them that's the community of saints and that's the basis of and the kind of fat embedded ness in that sense of love in that sense of belonging that sense of community is then the foundation from which you got very engaged in the world in a in a different way and also so interested an inch experiencing true personal joy okay and were an working on hard things right i mean also experiencing joy and and and fighting against injustice of absolutely yet that you couldn't do it if i vote robert you know all the demonstrations i've ever been on have been a nurtured uninspired and performed in this arena of joy and so where i would go to a demonstration no matter what the issue of the cars it would always be prayerful and joyful of never take it personal the guards or the police you whoever i was being arrested by in fact i remembered my first arrested with dan barragan in new york uh and we were protesting nuclear ism then he was a desert priest and very became wellknown as a vietnam war protester in particular particularly went to prison learn draft files at keeton missile maryland and went to federal prison with his brother philip for several years for opposing the warm vietnam.