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"basuto" Discussed on WTOP
"Below zero in many locations. Officials in Los Angeles say they may have prevented a mass shooting after arresting a heavily armed man, CBS a Steve futterman. LA police say there is in their words a high chance that 25 year old Braxton Johnson was planning to carry out a mass shooting. They found a cache of weapons in his apartment on the 18th floor of a high rise, police lieutenant Leonid SAO. Officers recovered to assault rifles one sniper rifle, one shotgun and three pistols and over thousand rounds of ammunition. Johnson's apartment had an unobstructed view of a public park and police say some of the rifles were appointed in that direction. He is being held on suspicion of making a criminal threat. Steve futterman CBS News, Los Angeles. The Republican controlled House votes to remove Democrat congresswoman Ilhan Omar from the foreign affairs committee after past controversial comments about Israel. Democrat congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes aim at Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Don't tell me that this is about a condemnation of anti semitic remarks when you have a member of the Republican caucus who has talked about Jewish space lasers and an entire amount of tropes and also elevated her to some of the highest committee assignments in this body. CBS is Jim crisilla reports on an idea to reduce school lunch waste. Republican Idaho state representative Ron men died once children to work for their free school lunches. Men dives says that might cut down on the amount of food students waste. The lawmaker did not say whether he envisions young students sweeping floors or wiping down tables to pay for meals. The U.S. has agreed to send longer range bombs to Ukraine as part of a more than $2 billion aid package the U.S. is expected to announce tomorrow. Shell profit doubled to a record as the war in Ukraine drives up energy costs. This is CBS News. Ten O three on WTO Thursday night, February 2nd, 2023, gathersburg at 35, but falling into the 20s. Good evening I'm Dmitri sodas with the top local stories we're following this hour our school closure to tell you about in the area Wakefield high school in Arlington will be shut down tomorrow for classes and normal business after its second lockdown this week. The school was placed under lockdown today after reports of a possible trespasser on school grounds that was lifted as a student's normal dismissal time. And the same school was placed on lockdown two days ago after a student was found unconscious in a bathroom following what police say was a drug overdose. That student remains in critical condition. Officials say the school building will be open tomorrow during normal hours that would provide counseling services and mental health support for students and staff. Julio basso, a member of a community advocacy group, says the county needs to do more to address drug issues in schools. This is going to affect not only the students, but it's affecting the families. So how are we supporting those families, how we're providing therapy, we don't really have a recovery program here. We are focused on recovery here in our economy, but what are our preventive services that we're providing our families, because obviously whatever is in place right now, it's not working. Julio basso with juntos and justicia. Basuto says parents are holding a silent march tomorrow to show support for students and staff. Republican House members will try to overturn a pair of bills passed by the D.C. council, one measure allows non citizens to vote in local elections, and that would kick in next year. The other measure is about D.C.'s overhaul of its century old criminal code. We reported extensively on this here at WTO. The votes will come next week in the house. Congress retains formal control over the nation's capital. The move to overturn the two measures represents the first in what could be a barrage of House Republican bills meant to intervene in D.C. affairs. The prince George's county state's attorney is pushing lawmakers to give her office stronger tools to fight carjackings. It comes on the same day that 24 year old Wayne Robinson of capitol heights learned that he has now been sentenced to prison for 20 years. He pleaded guilty to carjacking a man that he lured through a dating app about three years ago. Prince George's county prosecutors are asking lawmakers in Annapolis to create a Maryland RICO act to go after carjackers, arguing it's no longer a crime committed by kids who are bored. Our data has indicated that this crime more and more is being perpetrated by organized crime. Young people are getting guns from somewhere, many of them are being directed by older individuals. States attorney ayesha brave boy says, the organized criminal enterprises are using the cars to commit other crimes or to sell parts on the black market. Perry paler is a deputy state's attorney focused on these crimes. Whether it's airbags, a catalytic converters, we believe that the secondary market that black market is driving this. We want to go after the entire enterprise. John dome in WTO. School systems in our area may not be able to hire as many people as they'd hoped. It comes after a Virginia Department of Education mistake leaves them with fewer dollars to spend at the moment Scott gelman with that. Effectively, they overstated state revenues to us both in 23 and 24. John wallingford is the chief financial officer for Prince William county schools. He says the mistake leaves the school system with $11 million less than it thought for fiscal 2024. As a result, the county may hire fewer special education teacher assistants. That's according to school board chairman bob burlett, who says quote, there are only two things really we can cut salaries or reduce hiring. In the next ten years, based on my math that's around a $108 million. That's correct. That we will lose. Fairfax county schools will have to cut its fiscal 2024 budget by nearly $13 million. Scott gelman, WTO P news. New tonight, governor westmore of Maryland and the Baltimore Orioles are partnering to revitalize captain yards. They announced the public private partnership this week in a joint statement the team and governor Moore say a new lease deal that's part of legislation passed by the General Assembly will provide nearly $600 million for upgrades and improvements. Camden yards opened over 30 years ago in 1992, the current lease expires at the end of this year. Coming up here on WTO two new films to tell you about, one football comedy, another by M. Night Shyamalan called knock at the cabin, reviews are ahead. The WTO charity of
"basuto" Discussed on WTOP
"School, which was put in lockdown twice this week is going to be shut down tomorrow. Officials say the school building will actually be open during normal hours to provide counseling services and mental health support for students and staff, but no classes. The school was placed under lockdown just after noon today for the report of a possible trespasser, the lockdown was lifted three hours later at the student's normal dismissal time. There was also a lockdown Tuesday after a student was found unconscious in a bathroom after a drug overdose. The student remains in critical condition. Well, Julio basuto, who is a member of a community advocacy group, says parents had previously warned police about issues going on at this school. We've been speaking about this for over a year. And they finally heard us. And so that team is working on more systemic long-term solutions. But there are things that can be done now, such as security, stepping up a little bit of security in the schools, making sure we're monitoring the bathrooms, making sure we know who's coming into the building, with juntos and justicia, basuto says that parents are holding a silent march tomorrow to show support for students and staff. Republican House members are getting ready to try to overturn a pair of bills passed by the D.C. council. Votes will come next week on a measure to let non citizens vote in local elections starting next year in the nation's capital. And in another story, we extensively covered D.C.'s overhaul of its century old criminal code, the move to overturn the two measures represents the first shot across the bowel by the new Republican majority to intervene in D.C.'s affairs. Congress retains formal control over the city and it comes on two hot button issues that have long agitated Republican politicians and their base, immigration and crime. 9 O 5 our regions increase in carjackings has prompted prince George's counties lead prosecutor to take action this week 24 year old Wayne Robinson of capital heights was sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to carjacking someone that he lured to adelphi through a dating app. The state's attorney is now using the case to make a bigger announcement about efforts to combat the crime. The surge began during the pandemic, but prince George's county state's attorney Aisha brave boy says most carjackings aren't just committed by kids who are bored anymore. Increasingly, we're finding that there is organized crime that is occurring around carjackings. She says lawmakers in Annapolis will introduce legislation to establish a Maryland RICO law. We need the tools in order to go after everyone involved. Ray boy says that includes the adults providing the guns used by juveniles in these carjackings. Many of these young people are part of these criminal networks. She says the solen cars are often used to commit other crimes or they get stripped for parts being sold on the black market. John dome in WTO news. The RICO act is aimed at fighting organized crime here in the United States. Earlier this week, WTO reported on this mistake from the Virginia education department we've been telling you about it, it leaves K through 12 schools with a lot less funding than expected, at least for a time. Now we're learning the kind of impact this error will have on local schools. Prince William county schools planned to hire 350 special education teaching assistants by 2025, but now that target may be in jeopardy. This loss of revenue, kids significantly impact our ability to meet that goal. That's superintendent latanya mcdade on how a state mistake may cause the county to limit its hiring efforts. John wallingford is the chief financial officer there. It's a substantial impact. School board chairman Baba latif says if the cuts stand, the county will cut hiring of special education teaching assistants and possibly instructional coaches. He says final decisions will be made in March, a nearby fairfax county, the school system will have to revise the fiscal 2024 budget by nearly $13 million. Scott gelman, WTO P news, new tonight the lease on Camden yards in Baltimore will expire at the end of the year. So Maryland's new governor westmore and the Baltimore Orioles are announcing a partnership to help give captain yards a little spruce up in a joint statement they say the public private partnership will help upgrade the ballpark and help development projects in the surrounding area. The General Assembly passed legislation last year and included a new lease agreement for the O's. It will provide nearly $600 million for those improvements. New data show that more people are choosing to go to college again, something we didn't see so much when the pandemic hit. Washington Post national higher education reporter Danielle Douglas Gabriel will be with us to talk about that. Is this another sense of getting a little bit back to normal? Stay with us on WTO. It's 9 O 8. Michael and sons, peting tune up for only $69. Traffic
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
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"Zilla, thank you very much for joining us here on the foreign desk. You're listening to the foreign desk with me, Andrew Muller. A royal funeral like any funeral is the end of something. Unlike almost any funeral, a royal funeral is the beginning of something else. The Rain of the air to the throne. The cohort of people who can relate directly to this situation is exclusive indeed, but our next guest is one of them. I'm joined now from massero by king let's see of the third of Lesotho. Your majesty, welcome to the foreign desk. I wanted to ask first of all about what the last week has been like in Lesotho, which is, of course, a Commonwealth country. How would you assess what Queen Elizabeth II meant to Lesotho? It has been a very sad week all of the country, but so to people in a state of deep sorrow as a result of the tragic loss of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The so too and basso in general enjoy and have enjoyed for many decades or even a century and a half close relations with United Kingdom and over the past 7 or 8 decades they have enjoyed a very close relationship with her majesty herself. When I was growing up, there were still many people, of course, people who are older than me who still had fresh memories of her majesty's visit. To the soul to in 1947, when she was a company, her late father, king George VI. For weeks beforehand, from every corner of the territories 12,000 square miles from rocky hills and d'este planes, the basutos gathered on floors and on foot to greet the white king. Many people still remember and there were telling me stories of that event and ever since they've held her majesty close to their hearts. And this has permeated through society, Lesotho society, up till now. One of the reasons we wanted to ask you about this was the very unusual perspective that someone in your position must have at the moment of a great royal event like this. What do you think we learned about what role royalty plays in a society at a time like this? I think it is clear that the role that institutions of the monarch and royalty play is really a unifying force, particularly when times are difficult, and this has been clearly demonstrated in the past week since her majesty's passing away. We have seen how the people of the United Kingdom have come together, have forgotten the differences, political differences, and other differences, and have mourned together as one nation. That idea of the monarchy as a focal point was something we did also want to address in this episode, and I was wondering that even when you are yourself the person at the center of a great royal event, as you were at your coronation, are you aware of how much diplomatic activity is going on around you? Well, of course, you are very much aware, as you said, I've been through myself through some big events where in the suit we've had visitors coming from abroad and I'm very much aware and I was aware that it is also at the same time at diplomatic event for the country where the country is presented with an opportunity to host dignitaries from abroad and to engage in discussions with visiting heads of state visiting heads of government. To discuss issues of common interest and even simply just to talk about simple things. That is also, in a way, a diplomatic class, if I may put it that way. So I'm very much aware that events, big events, some are happy events, some are sad events, unfortunately, but they do play an important diplomatic role to a country's such as Lesotho. A view found royal event valuable in that respect yourself when you have traveled to them and I guess not just royal events, but great state events thinking most obviously of the funeral of president Nelson Mandela of South Africa, which you attended, but also I'm asking specifically because we were as it turns out both there, not far away actually at a celebration of then swaziland's independence, I think the 40th or 50th anniversary, but I can remember seeing you on the reviewing stand with the likes of president yari Mussolini of Uganda, president Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, president Polk kagami of Rwanda. At a moment like that, what kind of conversations are you able to have? I see that you have an excellent memory. Yes, you do have useful conversations. And of course, I've been to other royal events so to speak in other parts of the world, Thailand, Japan, and so on and so forth. So all of these platforms or events, they give you an opportunity to talk to people. You haven't seen sometimes or a long time, and just catch up. And sometimes you actively seek an opportunity to sit down with one of them and discuss bilateral issues that are important to both your countries. So I do agree that such events do play quite an important role sometimes. Do you think there's an aspect of this which the monarch has a freedom to discuss and not negotiate but discuss and raise issues that perhaps an elected politician does not? Is there a different level of diplomacy you think a monarch is able to operate at? Well, I can't speak for other monarchies, but speaking for myself, I do tend to use the opportunity and whenever I meet other heads or state or even heads of government to if I can put it that way, put Lesotho on the map if it is possible and if it is appropriate and discuss issues which could be of mutual interest. And I do so, of course, knowing where my limits are, but I do take that opportunity. And of course, in my discussions, I can not speak as head of government, but I do try to explore opportunities for diplomatic discussions and discussions that I believe can be of benefit to the people of Lesotho. It struck me as well that there's another very unusual insight that you must have at a moment like this. And that is into the human story at the heart of it, and if you'll indulge us somewhat personal question, it's it occurs to me that dealing with the loss of a parent is a strange enough moment in a person's life when you don't have an entire country or indeed an entire world paying attention to you. And of course, before you became king, or certainly before you were crowned the second time you became king, you would have had to deal in public with the funeral observances for your father, king Moshe the second. How strange is it having to keep all that on track while having to deal with the very personal trouble of losing a parent? I wanted to use the word strange, but I think it's something that you come to accept very quickly. But of course, you've lost a parent. You've lost a father. You've lost a mother. And hurting deeply as a person, but you become aware, very, very quickly, that you're not the only one mourning there are others within the family, there are others many thousands outside the family who are also mourning. So one has to take that into consideration and also, in a way, try to console members of the public and the nation at large, because they would have also lost a leader. They would have also lost a king, somebody who they respected and loved for many, many years. So it is something that in our position you have to accept. And the circumstances in a way force you to accept that situation and it becomes normal very quickly. And just finally, would you be coming to London next week? Yes, I will be coming on behalf of the nation to come and convey our condolences to his majesty, the king, and, of course, to the British people as a whole. Your majesty, thank you for joining us. That was king let's see of the third of Lesotho. And that is it for this episode of the foreign desk we'll be back next week and look out for the foreign desk explainer available every Wednesday. The foreign desk was produced by MSL and Christie o'grady, Christie also produces the foreign desk explainer to contact the foreign desk team. You can email Emma at ES at Monaco dot com and don't forget to subscribe to Monaco magazine into our free daily email bulletins by heading to our website at monocle dot com. For me, Andrew Muller, thanks very much for listening until next time. Goodbye.
"basuto" Discussed on Today, Explained
"For decades, I've covered Silicon Valley, Washington and Hollywood, making sense of those worlds by talking directly to the people who shape them. Elon Musk, Barack Obama, Tony Fauci, Kim Kardashian, I've had the pleasure of grilling them all. Now I'm launching a new show called the Joe Rogan experience with Kara Swisher. Just kidding. It's actually called on with Kara Swisher and let me tell you it is on. No holds barred on the tough questions or on my opinions. On with Kara Swisher, launches September 26th from New York magazine and the vox media podcast network. Just look for on with Kara Swisher in your podcast app and hit follow or subscribe. Today explained Sean Robinson joined by Helen Lewis from the Atlantic, who wrote eloquently about the queen upon her death, much more eloquently than say, RIP Bozo, which was trending on Twitter in the United States at least for some time on Thursday. I asked Helen if that surprised her. And it's not necessarily that surprising that Americans should feel some anti monarchist sentiment. You know, you did have a war to get rid of them. So I can understand that for some people, in America, they might be particularly thinking, well, God why is everyone talking about this? This is an inherited wealth and privilege that we tried to get away from. But I think that underestimates the level of interest that there is in the queen. And some people therefore kind of performatively saying that they're not interested in the royal family's kind of part of that. Whenever I write a story that touches on prince Harry, Meghan Markle, the queen, it always does enormous traffic in America. There is a huge level of interest in in the queen. She's maybe the most famous person in the world. There was an amazing start on Twitter, which I hadn't quite thought about in this way. She's been on the throne for 70 years, which is essentially a third of the time that the modern American state has existed. You know, it speaks to the fact that why this is such a big moment is that for most people in Britain's lives, whole lives, she has been there and on the throne. But I guess one slight pushback on that argument is that for a lot of people may seem like she just kind of sat there for 70 years and you know, waved her hand and did some ceremony did the pomp and circumstance. Do you think people are missing something? I didn't push back because I think to some extent she used to say, you know, I have to be seen to be believed. So there is a huge role for monarchy that is literally about symbolism. It is about being kind of symbol of continuity and stability in the country without their necessarily doing anything. And one of the reasons for her enduring popularity was because she didn't get involved in political fights. She exemplified britishness in a way that was not left wing or right wing, not conservative or liberal. So she was a kind of above the fray in that sense. You know, she didn't talk about her political opinions. She was just somebody who was there to go and open new museums and railway lines and do walkabouts. That was specifically to her the point of being a constitutional monarch. Remind us when she ascended to the throne. She sent it to her in 1952. Her father was the second son of the previous king, so hadn't been expected to take the throne, but his elder brother, Edward VIII, abdicated its own for an American divorcee in 1936. So that then leapfrogged her to being the heir to the throne. And the throne passes to King Edward VIII younger brother and his wife, whom we have known and loved for so long as their royal highnesses, the duke and duchess of York. To the new sovereign, king Albert I, and Queen Elizabeth, and to the little lady who is now heir to the throne, long life and all happiness. She was then brought up with the expectation if a brother had come along, she would have been kicked out of the Succession, but she only had a younger sister. And so she lived through the war as a very visible symbol. And we are trying to. To bear our own shaft of the danger, I'm sadness of war. We know. Every one of us, but in the end, all will be well. For God will care for us and give us victory and peace. She was essentially a girl scout, she trained to be an army mechanic. And then she started to deputize for her father, king George VI because he was always in quite bad health by that point. And she was on a royal tour to Kenya when the news came through that he had in fact died. You know, she was a young queen. It was seen as this kind of moment of great renewal for the country that after having lived through the war, there would be a kind of sense of national renewal and a new chapter and a new kind of birthday for the country with this young woman on the throne. And as a young queen, who spent most of her life not expecting to ever be in this position, was she chiefly learning on the job? Well, she had a strange education. She never went to school. She always had governesses, so she had I guess what I was called a very Bridgerton education, right? The kind of things that a young lady would have learned in previous eras. I write, I paint. I sing, I dance. I can divide and multiply. I even construct my own house. And so there are things you can probably only learn by doing it. And there are things that she had to learn all the way along her own, particularly dealing with the media which changed enormously. When she took over the throne, the media was incredibly deferential. To politicians as well as monarchy. And by the time we get up to 2022, I don't think any of us would argue that that is the case anymore in quite the way it was now. I think the monarchy gets a hell of a lot more difference than politicians. But it's still nothing compared to the way that it was treated in the 1950s. What was the first major test of her reign over the British Empire? I think the decolonization process was challenging for the British monarchy and she was instrumental in embracing the idea of the Commonwealth becoming something new becoming a kind of club of people who wanted to be there rather than had been forced to be there. I went back and looked at the brochure for the coronation of the queen in 1953 and on the first page are all these coats of arms of countries that no longer exist. So Aden, which is now part of Yemen, Becky wanna land, which is now Botswana, southern Rhodesia, which is now Zimbabwe's salon, which is now Sri Lanka, basuto land, which is now Lesotho, Sarawak, which is now part of Malaysia, British Honduras, which is now Belize swaziland, which is their Eswatini. So this is a kind of story about a world that doesn't exist anymore. And some of these countries have more happy relationships with Britain than others. Some of them have very strongly turned against Britain, some of them have come to more of an accommodation. The problems really started, I would say in the early 90s, she had what she called the anas horribilis, the terrible year. When her children started to get divorced, getting to marital troubles, Windsor Castle, burned down. For the queen, it's a home, a place of family memories. Well, the world, it's a symbol of Britain, part of our national heritage. And that was a point where she decided that the monarchy really had to reform itself and change. So she did a number of reforms. She started paying income tax, which classically through history very few monarchs have voluntarily given up money given up power and she did both of those things actually. And then if you're familiar with the work of Peter Morgan, not just through the crime, but his earlier work, the queen. That depicts very well, the problem that the royal family had in 1997 when Diana, Princess of Wales died and they were quite flat footed about how to respond to it. So what would you suggest prime minister? Some kind of a statement? Now, ma'am. I believed the moment for statements has passed. They couldn't deal with this overwhelming outpouring of national mourning from a family who had been taught always to
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"basuto" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"Jumps for him. He submits a prayer and the second. He's finished rebecca walks out. He's answered immediately. Everything is flawless. And of course. Elliot's realizing that. This is a very unusual snapping. Usually usually of course. We believe that every prayer works. Every prayer is applications on some level. But it's very rare to see you efforts of the end. The second you finished it just walks out right in front of you and let himself knowledged as much in verse twenty seven. He says sarah hashem blesses god the god of my master abraham who didn't abandon me his kindness and his truth is with me and all times but derek noneya sham. God has guided meal on this path to the house of master's brother god is like holding my hand. Elliot's her realize he leading me. He's guiding me into straight patent proper path in this correct path. Rachi tells us exactly where anyth- ago he's holding my hand showing me what i need to do walking alongside me and guiding me and being there with me elizabeth the knowledge that he is a recipient a very unique divine assistance and oversight providence. He's with him. Hold me guiding me taking me miracles the entire way. Oh and this is not the end. They are more miracles yet to come. There were people who objected to this match. So of course we know the story he tells them the whole story and they say well it came from god they sign off on it and the next day. The family gets cold feet. They say this is in verse. Fifty five by omar vima her brother and her mother's saint now. Maybe she should stay here. Maybe for ten months maybe for a year. What's the rush sarai. She asked an interesting question previous day. Elliott was negotiating with rebecca's brother laban rebecca's father basuto mother was there rebecca was there but suddenly if the next morning and the father is gone. He's talking to her brother and her mother we're is daddy where is Whereas missile so rashy asked the question pursue l. a. whereas the swell haya rotella cave. He wanted to stop it. Wa mala and an angel came the houston chilton the su- well. He wanted a torpedo. This union and the angel came until them so he was there yesterday. He's gone today. No one is stopping. Elliot's there's mission and there was a major that i was always taught as a kid. The mid i remember hearing is that the sewell. The father of rebecca. Father of lebron's well he wanted to torpedo this union and he made a poisonous dish for lesser and the angel came and took his dish and swapped up a sewell's there and his own poison. And that's how he died actually asked my wife yesterday. I said you did. You hear that midrasz when you were kids. She says yes. Apparently this is the universal majors that gets taught ask children but now adults or at least we're pretending to be adults such a you know what. Let me go look for source. I always tell you the faithful friends and family of the partial by say. Don't trust me. i'm giving the sources. Go check it out. Dole believe me. When i say something. Don't believe me see what it says inside..
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"basuto" Discussed on Ideas
"Couldn't understand him and he couldn't understand me. Fat was owner imo. It shorter so i used to hand signals. And i asked him to be quiet. Give began shock yet not to make any noise. Akron trying to hush up of same kevin but it was impossible to quiet him down because he was in so much. Pain of others tat. See them and i. I was scared because i was thinking. What am i doing here with all this ammunition and all these guns around him in this bunker with but then i just pushed the ammunition in the gun to sign now. How matters adam. Chen ought my shit. Laura hit joel. I could feel was someone pulling at me. That's all i could feel. The david tiffany. I had no idea if he was iraqi iranian and from our side or there's when he reached for your pocket. What did you think he was doing. He thought he was stealing from stealing rampant. Thought if he sees that i'm alive. He'll kill me. So i played dead and let him take whatever he wanted handicap. Show best behind dear. I tied his shoelaces. He finished putting ripped. Open his shove. This half the with a lot of difficulty raised his hand mental gesture and he put his hand inside his shirt pocket. That's issue of ordinary. Showed me fourtou yet. Betcha for year it was a picture of a beautiful woman and child kabila had been and eero had a beautiful vomit. This guy had such a beautiful family. Canada hefty zealotry. It was a picture of my girlfriend my fiance while on my son up tony could mccown. What did the photo mean to you. Decide that with is hard to explain what it meant to me so it was my life my family and emigrated love and the hope to live my life lawyer advice on the us. Senate basuto spiel on that anyone. Seeing that photo would have been moved by it by chechen blessed najam self was handsome on accelerated. This beautiful woman was next to him in. Their child was in the middle of the picture. Right between them. Hessman gift hundred. When i saw that picture tissue touched old behold under them can. I made a promise to myself that no matter what i would not let this person be killed there were people killing iraqi's in that you were part of an army that was there to actually fight. These people winded. You decide not to fight them but to save his life had hezekiah year cam for anyone in my shoes even shred of humanity. Same decision human. Give them how old were you. Seize nestle niemand boot. Thirteen and a half. You were a boy really tasman. Give them you know. He was in really bad shape and at one point i actually decided to take him back to iraq about iraq. But i was gonna lift him up and put on my shoulders and walk a few hundred meters back to rock and leaving their and bad mood but with the condition this guy was in that was impossible. He wouldn't have survived an machina on balance. Fatemi that i thought i'd get an ambulance and low diminish and then drive them just over the border into iraqi territory and them that was also impossible because it was the front and soldiers were everywhere year grew zion dressed in the joss wounds as best he could and set up a makeshift. Iv he gave him all the painkillers he had but they weren't enough so he left the bunker to get more and it was then that he told some other iranian soldiers what he'd done. They warned him that he'd face execution. If he got caught but saw had returned to the bunker and found nausea an even more shape me peachy mr goodwill behold sh. He was bouncing around like an injured. Cat miss safdie tunis them. It was actually hard for me to get him to sit still so i could give him morphine injection more nedal but after a message to get some morphine into it got relaxed and calm down and just a few minutes. I'll find the so. I took him by his feet. And i pulled him to the end of the bunkers. Forget if them and i put corpses on top of each other to make kind of a wall to hide him and make sure he couldn't be seen from the outside. He stopped all my pain in that moment. Just through the hope. I felt coming from his hand. I knew then. He wasn't the enemy up-to-the. I knew he was an angel. The pain just disappeared suddenly. Become your angel good. Hi yes attributes. Unmodified say that he suddenly became my angel which he talked me but i didn't understand him as he was speaking another language which he the only thing i could do was waken expression on my face to hand to show how happy i was to see him there. What did his face look like so he smiled at me. I comforted me signaled not to worry that everything will be okay. He spent several days in the bunker. Do you remember anything about the time. How'd you mckinney allotment. Over the next couple of days had lots of dreams decorator. What were the dreams about. It'd be kicking mom dreams by flying mariah with my child. My son my. I'm sitting down everybody's eating. I'm walking on water dreams about things. i knew. Were impossible to walk any. Do you remember leaving the bunker. Yes yes i do djali. I heard voices signed some on. The hotting grew have clearing group was going bunker to bunker. Varzi freshmen in. They were checking to see if any enemy soldiers were still alive so they could kill them. A beanie car had found a corpse in our boxer. It had about five to seven bullets in the head and saw shall leak makara. That's what i was expecting to happen. Bush them inquirer jamuna them. Then one of the guys from the clearing squad came into our bunker voter this angle short. He started swearing at me. Why cursing my mother. Just swearing blue streak at me. Ben goof kit. Pasta josue set. Era has the urine iraqi spy. Aren't you desperate athletic. Shorts wanted to open fire so quickly grabbed brigades zome initial kishida and i pulled up the pin and i got ready to release it. Vici- themm kit. And i told you wanna kill this guy. So you'll have to kill me to mambi murumba detonate this grenade. And then you and everyone else this bunker. We'll get blown sky high. How mama zangari medium bowler then. It got physical altercation by them. Bullpen shooting i tried to headbutt him in the nose but he was taller than i was. So my head and chest zad better that as he started to fall down from the impact gun went off luckily bulletin strike jar but atlanta close by fatima and he said he wanted to report to commander. Yeah you were willing to kill iranian soldier in order to save an iraqi soldier butler. Yes and you are willing to kill yourself at the same time. Why how kiss each. If you don't keep your word shove disgrace your family and you have no honor mon- old. I promised myself to do this. And committed myself to it. And i was ready to give my life for huddled on june the hot asia so you were standing up against an iranian soldier. Who had a gun and you were putting yourself between him. And the shaw how did that standoff end up. Midwest care.
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"basuto" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"I friend misdeeds elena. Dixon joins hayman's are you there. I am what a morning. Where in the world are you my love. You're constantly traveling. I never know where you're going to be broadcasting from. Where are you love. I'm inland lovely beaches of sunny isles. Florida absolutely divine down here. Is it a work trip. Is it a vacation what are you doing. No i'm visiting. My friends samantha. Basuto drucker celebrated her fiftieth birthday. This weekend she's fabulous. She's written a book and she's she's the best the best. Happy birthday samantha. Let's jump into the show. Hey my friends. What time is it. It is tea time. Allender generous has issued a farewell message. Basically saying don't forget. We gave away almost half a billion dollars so after the ugly accusations about ellen and her show remember those the behind the scenes toxic workplace environment accusations. Well after an aunt ellen is coming back for her final final season for show just released a new promo and it provides a look back at some of the highlights over the past two decades including clips with george clooney. Justin timberlake julia roberts and even michelle obama. They're just a few of the four thousand guests who have sat down with ellen over the the clitoral so it's very interesting. They don't just focus on all the amazing celebrities they also point. Is that the show and ellena have given away almost half a dollars over all these years and they have changed countless lives so the new season starts in september but already this clip is and it's sort of like a press release a video press release reminding us all the fantastic things that ellen has done and certainly not focus in on any of the bad stuff. Is this going to help her. Legacy. what do you think misty. Well you know she's been on. Tv for almost twenty years and she did really amazing things why she was on television. So of course. You're going to focus on the positives but no one is gonna forget that last summer. She was accused of having an environment that was toxic workplace for many of the people on the show and she did own up to it. She said that they were going to make changes. And now she wants to focus on the positives and look. She was on the show for a very long time. She's established a career outside of hosting. She's producing. She has so many products out there. So she's going to go out on a high note whether we like it or not. Yeah i think she is. We talked about this briefly yesterday. People are complicated. Your complicated. i'm complicated. We want simplicity in a complicated world so we often one heroes or villains..
The Michael Berry Show
"basuto" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Said no. My body's just give out on me. But i don't wanna be i don't wanna i don't wanna in my life like this. I don't. i'm tired of being stooped over in week and would no energy and so michael. We're going to start slow. We're going to build up or gets you stronger and stronger and This morning after After we got finished he said he spoke to the guy and he's so excited because his three wheel bicycle arrives today and he can't wait to ride it around the neighborhood for people to see him a second story like this of somebody who went from using a walker in the house too strengthening themselves to where they have range of motion greater strength. Which of course improves your posture. It reduces the likelihood you're gonna fall and break your hip and these people just feeling like they've shaved ten years off of how old they are. They feel their eighty-five they feel. Seventy five or seventy and And just getting better by the day. Great story a guy called him in Goldthwait texas. I know goldthwait. Texas is and he said i heard michael berry talking about you and he was talking about. How if you don't take care of yourself you you end up You know breaking a hip. Because you don't have any any range of motion. And i decided i'm gonna do something about it and so michael said well the thing is i come to you and i can't drive the goldthwait texas. He said that's all right. I heard michael zany desert on them on the phone. We're going to do it like that. So they got started. He's on his way to better health and strength and happiness and everything that goes with it. So there you go. i'm excited. People are making very positive changes in their lives. I like to think we get a little credit for that all right. Let's go to allan trucker. Alan comes back to a some of you. Remember he's one of our favorite callers. You're up allan. thank you michael berry. You hear me. I can hear you. Now do i remember in liberty or dayton. I'm remember remembered county. But i'm indicting. 'cause santa clara no santa cruz out there west. All san francisco used to rent car ride out there and gold weight texas. I know exactly where that is gonna showed up talk. Tell you something you was talking about. may be vocabulary. I'm not a respect. Told my daughter right now. You're so yes sir. no sir. Yes ma'am no ma'am. Many other vocabularies respect the people and peoples property. Bundler was soon as a kid when she a cigarette butt earth bills cigarette but on my property. I taught her respect now. She should the military and she's damned. Good i'm very happy about that There was another branch. But i was listening to tell you i was talking about this guy. The wonder of the world. So i'm gonna find that place out. Houston i'm gonna go down here if you too and i'm gonna miss your name now so you Who are found a place out. And i'll tell you one other thing about my daughter when whenever she was sixty years so she came out here. Live with me and i was chuckling across country many years and i've now size to work local between texas and louisiana. Now she came out here. Michael barry and she was a one year my in school she. She's come out here and she should have been grace us of ninth grade and two years time. She might four years of progress. He graduated school a year early. What a scholarship. And you know she was smoking weed. I of course. I could smoke. We pass the girl. Just but i mirror snowing out here and whatnot. Barnish stomping greg. Spiracy dad don't go to work nope whether you're just working on them but she good never thing. I think a lot of people blow that out of proportion as really all about even drinking alcohol and everything. It's all about your. Morality is your outlook on life was how it affects you. And so you know you don't do doping drink beer drive trucks something like that. You take care of business so like my kid done now and i'll but anyway shortest one ought to be there issue question. Yeah go ahead. I want you to give me the directions for how you would drive from your house to missoula montana out of missoula montana. All right all right. We'll probably out of know how. Hollywood run-up trade twenty one to one. Oh five hundred. Cleveland and run out across sarah. Either one zero five or other farm road up there to i forty five offer to texas. I kissed to eighty seven. What we call the cow holler up cow. Raise up cal already. You'd run up where Tour eighty seven through amarillo. All way up first boise city oklahoma to lamar colorado under god. I got short. Anyway ona per seventy lab and you want there to or deborah you run out twenty five up there to way all the way up here to end of i twenty five up to wyoming. You go with ninety days. You're go to billings montana and you will. She'll go west over there i. We're taking a basuto montana. All right i'm looking at it as you tell me. Wondering how thank your. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah here's the deal. Ramon it does save it. There is fifteen and there is twenty-five but he was on twenty before he was over fifteen. Okay well from here. I if pero ally up through a salt lake city and you can go to that way for a light. Okay then get me to boston massachusetts on here all right well actually to should i try to say off of i can't east of luciano arocca search and the people just i wrote up fifty nine appear to seventy nine of cars twenty crossover there and run on their clear on highway fifty nine. I fifty five up to eighty five. You'd be a georgia them and you'll go eighty five all the way up to gospel orlando road. Is it ren virginia. I remember squirrel level road. And you run five from there you go there you say boston massachusetts. I'm s amount of two thousand miles new york. 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Travel with Rick Steves
"basuto" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Telling the dirtiest jokes. What did you mean so. Yeah i mean. When i worked at the high school i had just a hilarious cohort of teachers that i worked with. They're just excellent colleagues and excellent friends and they knew i was trying to learn the language and knew that i was you know invested in kind of really embedding myself in the culture as much as possible so they did often find time to teach me. You know many hilarious dirty jokes that we're like ours but with a different cultural context. Yes so. I'm thinking about how much that i can say on air here. But one of the basic things is the name of the country itself laszewski to is a double entendre for the female genitals. So there are plenty of hilarious puns. That could be made that the people that i worked with delighted in you know teaching me these funny dirty jokes and it probably just takes you back because you're inclined to over. We're coming here to work on aids and we're coming here to work on Orphanages or whatever and then you find people that laugh at the same humor you talked about how you played a game of scrabble. And you're going to be careful not to like clean their clock because you're well educated american and it turns out the humbled you didn't they. Yeah yeah there's there's always when you're living abroad they're always great moments For humility at personal understanding of your limit so yes. I went into the daily scrabble game with my fellow teachers. Perhaps you might say. I was overconfident in my abilities And was very quickly disabused of any any skill. I could whip you in scrabble in english. Not in their lanes and then then you've been you've been sort of humbled there in your walking home and you're right about how perfect stranger can come up and hold your hand as you're walking down the street. Yeah you know. There's a very different sense of physical intimacy there. I think you know. It's it's certainly not uncommon to be you know walking down the road and you meet someone and they'll ask you know they'll ask about what you're doing in the country what you've come for and before you realize that you're holding hands with the person walking down the road absolutely love that. Wow yeah you know the the first time it happens. It's a little disconcerting. Because you know in america in the west i think were a bit cagey about physical boundaries. But you know it happens a few times. It happens twice three times by the third or fourth time. You know you're just kinda heavily strolling down the role holding hands with a perfect stranger and on the other side of the street. There's two policemen walking down the road. And they're holding hands and it's just there's something very beautiful about you. Know the sense of physical connection and the physical intimacy once you move past your own preconceptions about those things travel. With steve's we're learning about the country of the sue and we're talking with writer william mcgrath. Who spent almost two years living in this mountainous nation surrounded by south africa shared his adventures in his book. Everything lost his found again. Four seasons in listen to his website is will mcgrath. Dot net net m. g. r. eight t h so we'll you and your wife fly in and To white people in the country that is almost entirely black. Is that the case. So you were really minorities. Yeah what was that. Like walking down the street is that a plus or a minus if you are the only white people in town i mean it is. It's i is It's interesting because everyone is staring at you. So you're very much a focal point going down the road but it quickly becomes apparent that you know any staring is not done with any menace is just the people are kind of curious to see you you know. The country is so the the people who live there the basuto people and the country is ninety. Nine point seven ethnically homogeneous basuto So you're certainly of very very small minority of the population there. Can you smile and get a smile back or is it that kind of isolation where you just feel like. They don't think well of me. I mean my way of going through the world. Sometimes i think is those situations you can disarm with a kind of smiley goofiness. A of of demeanor so that is definitely how i approach those situations. Still it is. It is a little unsettling the first time you walk down the road every person is staring at you but you get used to it over time and then you know in the where we were living in this very small mountain town after a little while people recognize you and kind of realize around for a while and there's nothing all that interesting about so you're in this country it's landlocked in south africa it's a high plateau. I understand that of feet above sea level Yeah into rugged. It's mostly mountainous waterfalls rivers cutting through rugged and beautiful scenery as you write about in your book. The capital city is masirah. It's modern it's like any western city you said but smaller very contemporary. But you drive out and you get yourself into another world in the countryside and you stayed in a in a small town more lung. Describe your your hometown. So yeah it's it's well up in the mountains around us. The land gets up to eleven. Thousand feet is the highest point nearby and most of its around nine thousand feet and it's just kind of rugged bucolic land. There's a lot of people. There are shepherds so you'll be driving down the road and you see shepherds on horseback or riding on donkeys or a lot of times. Just young heard boy is kind of moving their big flocks through the mountains. So that's kind of a time that hasn't changed over the centuries it definitely feels like you are times encountering things from a different century and the housing out in the rural areas is in rhonda which is kind of. It's a round hut with a thatched roof and they're usually made of rock. You know kind of a rock wall with plaster over it. Then town ended in town. You had a cinderblock house with thatched roof right yes. We got a slight a slightly more modern upgrade in town. So we had cinderblock. Ron paul with thatched roof. Does everybody have the electric city and running waters at sort of given or just wealthy people in the towns that have electricity and running water yet in the town where we were. Many people had electricity and there was running water everywhere. Once you get out to the real rural areas you would often find villages that did not have electricity. 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