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"ben dana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Are working on taking a look at the ruling to make sure that we're doing everything we should do to make sure that Pennsylvanians have clarity. Wolff accused Republicans in the state Legislature of celebrating the Rolling Senate majority leader, Jake Corman, says he hopes Wolf abandons his go it alone approach and comes to the table toe work with the general. Billy at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work, K Y. W News radio. Philadelphia officials say the ruling does not affect guidelines in the city. Hurricane Sally is slowly moving closer to the Gulf Coast, the latest on the storm. But first we're gonna check traffic and weather on the twos at 11 32, sponsored by Window Nation, Get 50% off. All style windows. Got a window nation dot com and we say good evening to Pete in Arado happy Hey, Denise. So right now we are dealing with this overnight Construction east on the schedule Expressway. It's running from the Vine Street Expressway and down the South Street. A total closure in effect, so all traffic you're diverted off. That's 6 76 again. This is heading east on the scoop. They'll know if you're traveling west on 76 from university up to 30 at the left lane is taken away and that's going to be in place until around 5. A.m. 6 76. The Vine Street Expressway looks good between 95 of this kugel. And out on 95 Watch out for road work south bound from the Commodore Barry Bridge to China Chester Avenue, blocking the two right lanes that we did have some protests earlier on around City Hall to Teo President Trump visiting the National Constitution Center, but looks like all that has cleared out of the way. We're not seeing many problems through center city right now, however, we do have some construction. We want to pass this along. It's the past Young Avenue bridge that is closed overnight for road work, So keep it posted unless you know in that reopening. No major delays through New Jersey right now. Things looking good. All the 42 freeway into 95, however, do watch out for some roadwork on 55. North bound approaching route. 49 Bill Ville Cruiser in the right lane, Mass transit. There are no reported delays. I'm the cable W 24 hour Traffic Center. I'm peon Arado. Thanks, Pete. And now to the five day forecast sponsored by Marvin Windows and Doors, Here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Overnight. The area is mostly clear. But yet again we get that fall field to the air by our Wednesday morning with a low of 54 degrees, we will warm up some, though the forecast high is 77 in the afternoon with mostly sunny conditions, humanity climbs just a bit on Thursday. We are mostly cloudy and that forecast high gets up to 81 degrees could see a Sprinkle of a better chance is going to be for them Scattered showers overnight and in the early Friday as well, we will dry out the later in the day Friday, with the shift in winds we only see a high of 71 degrees. Even cooler for your weekend. Saturday forecast highs. 65 degrees Cool, Chris Bare and sunny Sunday a high of 66 I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal cli with your most accurate forecast countenance. It is mostly cloudy were 59 degrees going down to 54. It's 11 34 Campaign 2020 on K Y w News radio coverage sponsored by Anthology senior Living of King of Prussia. Full of protesters and Trump supporters converged on independent small for the president's visit to the National Constitution Center tonight for a taped town hall K Y W's Kristen Joe Hansen was there for it all with their signs and swag. A few people protesting President Trump's visit quietly sat in front of the National Constitution Center along Art Street seems not to care about people of color in this country. Or immigrants mishandling of a pandemic that has killed 200,000 people, but just a block away on market street more than 100, protesters chanted Dunk Trump! Countering about two dozen Trump supporters yelling for more years. Police officers, Some who called in on their days off were assigned to block city streets and to keep the two sides from clashing. Something, Mayor Jim Kenney says. The city will pay for costs a lot of money, and we're not reimbursed for it. And it does have to reorder our police presence in areas where normally there wouldn't be a suddenly needed in total. President Trump was in Philly for about 2.5 hours, and the protests remained peaceful. Kristen Joe Hansen, w news radio On Thursday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will make a stop in Scranton 11 36, a new study finds and Philadelphians could be better when it comes to wearing masks to prevent the spread of covert 19. Still, the health commissioner credits Mass for recent progress in fighting the virus as K Y. W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe, explains. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 infections fell to an average of 67 a day last week, the lowest number since the second week of the pandemic deaths have fallen to about one a day. He gives credit for this progress to people following advice on mask wearing if you're wearing a mask at all. Thank you very much. The new study shows. Nearly three quarters of people on the city's commercial streets are masked, but fewer wear them in parks and playgrounds. Doctor Farley says the study also found people do not wear them properly over the nose and mouth or consistently don't pull your mask down to talk to the person next to you when you're talking to the person next to you is when you're most putting out the water droplets as the most important time to have a mask on Dr Hartley's is the kind of mask is important to Ben Dana's masks with vows and pulled up T shirts. Don't cut it, Pat Lobe K Y. W news radio. Philadelphia school chief says an online no confidence petition by the district's principles union is serving as a distraction as K Y W's Mike Donata reports the superintendent met with principles. Earlier today Superintendent William Height indicated to reporters that the no confidence petition from the principal's union wasa distraction. I think we need to stay focus. I mean, I think we're dealing with we're dealing with covert with dealing with traumas. Trauma that X that our families are experiencing, and we don't need to be disrupted around things that people disagree with the Commonwealth Association of School Administrators. The union representing 650 principles, and other leaders posted the online petition over the weekend criticizing heights performance on educating students keeping them safe and fiscal leadership..
"ben dana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In Scranton on Thursday. A new study finds that Philadelphians could use some improvement when it comes to wearing masks to prevent the spread of covert 19. Still, the health commissioner credits masks for recent progress in fighting the virus. We get more from Cabo W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Low Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 infections fell to an average of 67 a day last week, the lowest number since the second week of the pandemic deaths have fallen to about one a day. He gives credit for this progress to people following advice on mask wearing if you're wearing a mask at all. Thank you very much. The new study shows. Nearly three quarters of people on the city's commercial streets are masked, but fewer wear them in parks and playgrounds. Doctor Farley says the study also found people do not wear them properly over the nose and mouth or consistently don't pull your mask down to talk to the person next to you when you're talking to the person next to you is when you're most putting out the water droplets as the most important time to have a mask on vector for this is the kind of mask is important to Ben Dana's masks with vows and pulled up teacher. Hurts. Don't cut it. Pat Lobe K Y. W. NewsRadio. Philadelphia School chief says an online no confidence petition by the district's principles union is a distraction. Cable. I ws Mike DiNardo has that story Superintendent William Height indicated to reporters that the No confidence petition from the principal's union was a distraction. I think we need to stay focus. I mean, I think we're dealing with we're dealing with covert with dealing with traumas trauma that ex bet our families are Experiencing and we don't need to be disrupted around things that people disagree with the Commonwealth Association of School Administrators. The union representing 650 principles, and other leaders posted the online petition over the weekend criticizing heights performance on educating students keeping them safe and fiscal leadership. The petition has about 2000 signatures. Hyde said he did not plan to bring up the petition at an afternoon town hall with principles There will be lots of things I do as a leader that individuals will disagree with. And I respect those disagreement. I pointed out that the petition was an online posting and did not represent a vote by the principles. Union membership. Mike DiNardo. Okay, whatever. Lee NewsRadio, bail for seven of 13 people arrested while protesting in Lancaster has been set for $1 million. Seven people are accused of being instigators during demonstrations over the fatal police shooting of an armed man. Authorities say they damage Lancaster is police headquarters and produced an arson fire that blocked a downtown intersection. Demonstrations broke out Sunday night after the police shooting death of Ricardo Munoz, whose sister had called authorities in hopes of having him involuntarily committed. Checking the roadways. We have a full closure and some lane restrictions on I 76 because of roadwork. Traffic is straight ahead. Your health your family. Your.
"ben dana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Sure that we're doing everything we should do to make sure that Pennsylvanians have clarity. Wolff accused Republicans in the state Legislature of celebrating the Rolling Senate majority leader Jake Corman, says he hopes Wolf abandons his go It alone approach and comes to the table toe work with the General Assembly at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work, K Y. W News radio. Slow moving. Hurricane Sally is moving closer to the Gulf Coast. More on that storm. But first, a check of traffic and weather on the two sponsored by Window Nation get 50% off all style windows, but a window nation dot com and Justin Dropkick The latest A Justin Good evening, Denise will start off on the Scougall expressed by now they have construction in the eastbound direction in the left lane between the bond should express way and South Street and at nine o'clock, there will be a full closure that goes in effect. Eastbound between the vine and South Street westbound remains jam to construction in the left lane between University Avenue. And the vine vine eastbound much better. Just a minor delay near Broad street. Everything is back open from the earlier closures from the presidential visit. Ben Franklin Bridge has been opened in both directions. Stillson delays and the wall. Whitman Bridge remains backed up heading westbound into the city. But traffic is moving again, so just give it a few more minutes. Those delays should start that he's up. 95 north and South bound at the moment in good shape, too. In Bucks County in the Delaware line, no major problems on 4 76 the blue route for 22 westbound slows between Rorer's Ford and Limerick due to construction and both directions around Santa Toga Watch out for the left lane road work. In New Jersey, moving at highway speed on the 42 Freeway to 95 in good shape on the New Jersey Turnpike. There's a delay north pound north of exit ones. Minor. It's the right lane closed for construction. Mass Transit is not reporting any major problems. I'm Justin Drop back, and he came up with a 24 hour traffic center Justin Thanks so much. And now to the five day forecast, sponsored by Marvin Windows and Doors, Here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clock. Good evening. It's been a nice day, but it'll be a cool night again. 54 degrees to start us off on our Wednesday morning we will walk about more so than we did on Tuesday, up to 77 degrees and mostly sunny. We are up to 81 on Thursday, but Thursday comes with Mohr clouds as well. It would be a touch more humid overnight. There was saying to the early Friday morning hours we do have a chance of showers. It's a little better of a chance farther south than the city 71 degrees for the high on your Friday afternoon, so cool or due to a shift in winds. We really have that fall field this weekend. Saturday. I'm just 65 partly sunny Sunday Sunshine and a high of 66. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal cli with your most accurate forecast. Count on it. It is mostly cloudy and center city as we head down to 54 degrees. Currently it is 66. Campaign 2020 on K Y. W News radio coverage sponsored by anthologies, senior Living of King of Prussia. President Trump left Philadelphia a short time ago after taking part in a town hall event. At the National Constitution Center Kyi. W's Christian Joe Hansen, is there where protesters were out and about the protests here is kind of con down a little bit. There was, AH little bit of Ah, skirmish, you could say between the Trump supporters in the protesters, but there's also a church here that has actually been holding a 24 hour prayer service outside. Really just singing a lot of religious hymns and and the like, and is actually kind of been drowning out the chance back and forth in some of the fights back and forth, But they're still a heavy police presence here along really six the market. Uh, 5th and 6th and market I should say ng kind of all around the city on those roads. Roads should be opening up around the city soon enough, Denise Eggs Christian and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden plans a stop in Scranton on Thursday. 7 35 and a new study finds that Philadelphians could use some improvement when it comes to wearing mask to protect the spread or prevent rather the spread of covert 19. Still, the health commissioner credits mass for recent progress in fighting the virus. As a Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 infections fell to an average of 67 a day last week, the lowest number since the second week of the pandemic deaths have fallen to about one a day. He gives credit for this progress to people following advice on mask wearing if you're wearing a mask at all. Thank you very much. The new study shows. Nearly three quarters of people on the city's commercial streets are masked, but fewer wear them in parks and playgrounds. Doctor Farley says the study also found people do not wear them properly over the nose and mouth or consistently don't pull your mask down to talk to the person next to you when you're talking to the person next to you is when you're most putting out the water droplets as the most important time to have a mask on Dr Hartley's is the kind of mask is important to Ben Dana's masks with vows and pulled up T shirts. Don't cut it, Pat Lobe Y. W News radio. 7 36 in Philadelphia School chief says an online no confidence petition by the district's principles union is a distraction as K Y W's Mike DiNardo reports the superintendent met with principles today Superintendent William Height indicated to reporters that the no confidence petition from the principal's union was a distraction. I think we need to stay focus. I mean, I think we're dealing with we're dealing with covert with dealing with traumas. Trauma that X that our families are experiencing, and we don't need to be disrupted around things that people disagree with the Commonwealth Association of School Administrators. The union representing 650 principles, and other leaders posted the online petition over the weekend criticizing heights performance on educating students keeping them safe and fiscal leadership..
"ben dana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Your most accurate forecast counting it. It's 66 degrees going down to 53. Mostly cloudy in center city. It's 6 33 and a day after a federal judge ruled some of governor Tom Wolfe's cove it 19 orders were unconstitutional. The governor fired back at Republicans in the state Legislature, K Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Bell work reports Governor Wolf yesterday, Harrisburg Republicans celebrated well, thousands upon thousands interstate continue to suffer and even more worry about what this virus could bring to them and their families this fall. Wolf says the quick action taken in Pennsylvania prevented the strain on health systems. Other states in the region doubt with Andy says they're appealing and asking for a state of vast majority simply don't buy into the conspiracy theories. Fearmongering from the president or from the Harrisburg Republicans about this virus. Federal judge ruled limits on gathering size stay at home orders enclosures of non essential businesses are unconstitutional, noting many restrictions are open ended, but liberty is provided by the Constitution are not fair weather freedoms, Wolf says the rulings narrow and only applies to march orders. It does not, he says, affect restrictions on bars or restaurants, but could affect his 250 outdoor in 25 indoor limits. Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says the ruling validates their claims of Wolf's Goto loan approach. And they hope he'll come to the table to work with the General Assembly on what Corman calls really solutions at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work. Okay, what W news Radio Campaign 2020 on K Y. W News radio coverage sponsored by Anthology senior Living of King of Prussia. President Trump is in Philadelphia today for a town hall event at the National Constitution Center K Y W is Christian Joe Hansen is joining us live from their Kristen Okay, we lost. Kristen will try to get back to her. In just a moment. A new study finds that Philadelphians they're doing a pretty good job of wearing mass to prevent the spread of coded 19 K Y. W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The health commissioner thinks that's a big reason for recent progress on fighting the virus. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 infections fell to an average of 67 a day last week, the lowest number since the second week of the pandemic. Deaths have fallen to about one a day. He gives credit for this progress to people following advice on mask wearing if you're wearing a mask at all, Thank you very much. The new study shows more than three quarters of people on the city's commercial streets are masked. The study is separate from the Health Department's own research, but had similar findings. Doctor Farley says. One problem. The steady identified is that people don't wear masks correctly over the nose and mouth and consistently Don't pull your mask down to talk to the person next to you when you're talking to the person next to you is when you're most putting out the water droplets as the most important time to have a mask on vector for others is the kind of mask is important to Ben Dana's masks with vows and pulled up T shirts. Don't cut it, Pat Lobe K Y. W news radio. It's 6 36 in Philadelphia School chief says an online no confidence petition by the district's principles union is a distraction as K Y W's Mike Donata reports the superintendent met with principles today Superintendent William Height indicated to reporters that the no confidence petition from the principal's union was a distraction..
Philadelphia residents follow mask guidelines, study says
"Finds that Philadelphians they're doing a pretty good job of wearing mass to prevent the spread of coded 19 K Y. W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The health commissioner thinks that's a big reason for recent progress on fighting the virus. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 infections fell to an average of 67 a day last week, the lowest number since the second week of the pandemic. Deaths have fallen to about one a day. He gives credit for this progress to people following advice on mask wearing if you're wearing a mask at all, Thank you very much. The new study shows more than three quarters of people on the city's commercial streets are masked. The study is separate from the Health Department's own research, but had similar findings. Doctor Farley says. One problem. The steady identified is that people don't wear masks correctly over the nose and mouth and consistently Don't pull your mask down to talk to the person next to you when you're talking to the person next to you is when you're most putting out the water droplets as the most important time to have a mask on vector for others is the kind of mask is important to Ben Dana's masks with vows and pulled up T shirts. Don't cut it, Pat
"ben dana" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today
"If he does all these things could happen, but I just don't see it happening given everything that's around him. Okay let's talk about the rest of the group guys the number two quarterbacks here. So it's Mayfield Ben Dana Jones taanahim borough cousins, Goff, Garoppolo Rivers Bridgewater Cam Newton drew lock people are Drew Lock Sam Darnold to Minhsiu car fitzpatrick tyrod Taylor Wane Askins do any of these players any these players have the potential to be two thousand eighteen mahomes two thousand nine hundred more. Jackson. That kind of impact number one player when you're leak. Nothing, so no. Okay, I. Just did things that no quarterback is done ever. I mean mahomes the second guy to ever do what you did in Jackson broke the record for yards I. Don't think we should expect anything close to that for a long time frankly just just fire off some of your favorites I know we've already said many of them but some of the favorites go who were avoiding like Jones for example, you know you saw what the ceiling is know he did it four times, four games over thirty five fantasy points, and so you know the defense that just lost another member of their secondary and team that's probably going to be in a lot of shootouts. I again you you can debate do they have elite level talent around him or just very good talent around him I think it's probably more of the latter but that that's a pretty good group. If they all stay healthy, they have a deep threatened slate and they have a possession guy in shepherd and tate. Now running back that's going to be involved out of the backfield. We had Zach Rosenbloom, of NJ, DOT COM on on. On CBS sports as Q. and he said four thousand and thirty is is within reach. It's a lofty lofty number. He's probably GonNa have twentyfive interceptions along with it or twenty five turnovers. But that's the type of quarterback the to look for, and again, if you project them over sixteen games last year, he would have been slightly better than meant as the fifth best rushing quarterback. All right some morning I know you like Daniel Jones I. Know you also Jamie said, Ben Rothlisberger, is your sleeper. We haven't talked about Jared Goff I really like Jared Goff. I mean touchdown rate was super low last year question I. Think one things we talked about it the other way around. In terms of when efficiencies really good. A lot of times volume we'll be low like with mahomes. He's not as efficient. We'd expect his volume to go up. I think one of the reasons that golfs pass attempts were high last year was because he was so a fish I don't think he's going to throw as many passes this year like I. Don't think it's fair to say, give him afford a half or five percent touchdown rate on that number of attempts they didn't throw anywhere near that number of passes the two years prior because they hadn't. Defense they had the best they have a very average defense basically in terms of scoring. Defense every year but they had the best running back and football before that and they don't have the same running game and they're and they're losing a guy and Todd Gurley who scores at least twelve rushing touchdowns every year. So I'm hoping that opens things up and remember we Jacob Gibbs come on talk about they bring in an offensive coordinator that's supposed to help. Jared. Goff. Look I'm GONNA finish top five, but I could definitely see him being like qb eight and finished up five I think Jared Goff is the late round immobile quarterback that could be a top five or top three player this year and he was the one that I was gonNA name as my sleeper before I was talking about Cam Newton's ridiculous ADP I did actually kind of mentioned him earlier but I go back and forth between Dolphin and Robbins Burgos lead to ruin Adams Day in the Flex League by taking off my second guy I think the one thing. You've heard me mention this many many times. He had four miserable miserable games last year absolutely atrocious. He combined for twelve fantasy points in four games. Against the bears, the Ravens, the steelers, and the forty niners, and then the next time you face the forty niners, he got twenty three points, which was essentially what his average was. If you take those games, there's some as their stats for you. So I think you look at golfing he was six quarterback the year before I know he's you debate certainly about how much throw but the run game could be worse than it was a year ago and they couldn't run the ball really very well Gurley was saving himself with the touchdown from fantasy perspective so. The, strength of this team is in its receivers and inside. You know. So if you're Sean McVeigh, what are you doing? Are you are you going to say okay camakers and Darryl Henderson, let's lineup and and that way or it's let's let Robert Woods, and Cooper compensate lead the way. I here's how we're GONNA. We're on the show right window going to name a player. You could tell me on a scale of zero to ten, how interested you are and having this player on your team. That's it ready to go. Baker Mayfield. To for two QB. Jamie Baker Mayfield. We Lost Jamie Okay Ryan Tannehill. Four For Joe Borough. Four or five four. We have some technical issues today be their. Hi. Jamie. What the game is the zero to ten game. The Guy Give you you tell me zero to ten. How excited are you to have this player on your team? How interested are you in having a player on your team.
"ben dana" Discussed on Friendshipping!
"He owns a few so. I've been using Ben Dana's and scarfs. We have a lot of BANDANNAS in the household because most looks I'd like to buy them for me and then we sometimes I'd like to wear them too so like we share them. Usually I drop them in the wash before I put them on after the dogs were in them but not always so. Here's thing Jen. That is completely off topic and even though I wanna keep talking the masks. I think this is more important. So I feel that in quarantine for those of us who have the privilege to work from home and staying Corentin. We're slowly discovering. How gross we are you know because like I feel like everybody has really gross things that they do but they but they don't know it's gross like here's a good example so when a person with a beard lives the person with not a beard. The person with the beard will trim their beard and not realize there's like a few hairston left missing. You know because it's not gross to them it's their beard or whatever even if they clean really well and they're very cleanly like sometimes that'll happen and for me on your cares all over this thing but also for me like I'll I'll let my plant drain in the Bathtub. And they'll be a bunch of like you know potting soil in the bathtub and I'll be like no big deal. Just take a shower. It'll like run down the drain and my husband will be like you're putting literal dirt in the place where I am trying to literally cleanse my body so I don't know if that's a best but so what I'm saying is like we're I feel like I'm starting to see the weird grow shit that I do. Another example is I'm really bad at putting. I don't know why but every time I take the sticker off of a piece of fruit. I stick it to my shirt. That is so cute. I do that you actually do that because I used to. Stick it on the sink. And that's way more annoying so anyways and I'm finding all these stickers places you know little pin patches that I love their as earlier in my house and I didn't notice it because I'm only really paying attention to like my floor like so many minutes a day. You know what Gershon do you do bad for me so for me is I. Put everything in my pocket. Everything like Like everything like if there's something like A. There's a Kleenex on the floor. Pick it up. Put my pocket. I'll throw it away leader or just find it in my pocket later. Like Matvey has taken to tearing up all for toys. Associate leaves like this fuzz everywhere so I walked by pick it up. Put it in my pocket even though the garbage can is seven feet away and I've nowhere else to be like I could. I could journey toward the garbage can or Puckett and then at the end of the day when I changed clothes if I change clothes opened my pockets and I'm like Oh hot all this in here. I have like a little collection of weird little things. Jen I see you. You're weird pocket habit and I raise you that. Sometimes I put the food actively eating in my pocket so in particular I really love slowly eating dark chocolate over the course of an hour like it'll be just like like find easy and I'll put it in my pocket and I have indeed washed and dried chocolate into my pockets before pocket chocolate. The bus my favorite kind of chocolate right now is cold. Chocolate like put it in the freezer and then take it out and I. Yeah my favorite thing right now is cold chocolate red wine and the television and I do all those things in combination many nights. That's my bitch. That's my good bitch. This is a really great transition into our first question. So we're talking about this and we got a question that we feel like his general enough that we're going to discuss it and then we're going to go into a second question. That's more specific and more in depth and we may continue doing this in the future. So if you have a question but you're not sure what to ask so say you have a topic for discussion. Like I don't really know exactly what to ask about the grow shit that I keep in my pocket but hey friendship and could you talk about the Gross. Shit you put in your pockets. Something like that or I'm in school and I'm having trouble with relationships with my teachers and I can't really figure out exactly what I want to ask but I was wondering if you have any advice about relating to my professors. That sort of thing. Is that a good description of what we're trying to do. Yes absolutely so. We're trying to do a broad discussion and then go into a question like always sweet all right. Do you want to do the first one on the second one? I'll do the first one hit it. Upright how do you funky fresh humans as you can probably tell from my greeting? I am enlisting the aid of absurdity to fight off pessimism in a trying time. I'm sure you'll agree that we're all going through it right now. So how about a nice little discussion about how we as human beings can fight off. The terrible dark feelings of pessimism. Love your work. Hope You keep it up. Have a good one from a he the fantastic. This is hard one thing that struck me right away is with consistently had existential threats throughout our lifetime. You know and humans tend to pull things together at the last minute. So I'm not saying things are going to be okay or something like that. About what makes me feel good is to think about the fact that civilizations have risen and crumbled over and over and over again and people have had lives throughout every phase of those civilizations rising in crumbling like I mean I I think if people really got a grasp on how many times we've tried the experiment of society We might feel better about our chances of restarting in the future. It's like off off if all goes to shit you know. I'm not saying it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world because it would be the worst if everything went to Shit but what I'm saying is like they're not going to be easing shorter long-term but life goes on because it just fucking does and it always has like humanity hasn't been here for very long but we've gotten a lot done you know like we have in in rainforests in desert in mountain basins and things like that so I care much less about the end of my story than I do about the end of the human story and I don't think this is the end of the human story like definitely like sadness and despair happened on a very individual level and. I think that that is something we shouldn't ignore. You know but I I really like what you're saying. There have been moments of sweetness in even like the worst most difficult places to learn. Yeah I mean Trey and I think that was great and I think what you're getting at is that humans keep going. They just do they. Just keep trying. They keep experimenting and they pull Shit Together. I mean there's a million examples of this not happening but they're also milling examples of it happening so I think my advice in times of darkness is to zoom out and look at history a little bit because it provides a really a framework for humans. Getting it done and I also one thing I've been doing is really diving into a stories of fiction to me. Fictional stories are what taught me empathy and taught me to like feel things and right now I don't need like more of that but it really provide perspective into wow. This is what this character is going through. And it's based on real life and that's really really opened my eyes to like to my own situation like provide much needed perspective. Jen I love that. Especially because when we talk about art and we talk about like what it represents and its importance on archives. I think about the fact that you know justice and kindness. Morality are all human inventions? You know like we can look in the world and find bleakness and struggle because that is that is the natural state of things being rewarded for. Goodness is completely a human invention you know like I mean obviously like people have like spiritual feelings about that but this is from my perspective. There are no rules in the universe. Other than things end and things die and the sounds really sad. But but here's wire I find happiness. It's that humans decided. We WanNa do better than that. We made moral codes and laws and ways to treat each other we discovered psychiatry and psychology. Really recently we've only really been dealing with the concept of like repainting yourselves or learning. How Childhood Memories and Brain Chemicals and things that have happened to you how those things changes and how they make you see the world. I think maybe for the first time widely learning how to reteach ourselves. You know and and adapt and I think. That's that's really wild. You know I think. Sometimes we forget that you know. Humans do create big terrible things. We create atomic bombs and we create climate change and we create this reading. Create the virus but we created a society. In which it unevenly attacks certain people and unevenly affects society but we also did invent vaccines and we did invent the concept of like people being punished for being bad. You know. We're not terrible. I don't think there's this Carl Sagan quote that every narrative tattooed on their ass somewhere which is for small creatures such as we. The vastness is bearable only through love. And I one hundred percent agree with that because love a human invention because certainly you could say that sweetness and compassion can exist within animal species. But when you're talking about something like mutual understanding of another person that is human and leaning into that and accepting that like yes. This is happening. Yes we're having a time of of deep despair but I am still human and I can still make good happen because that's what humans do. Yeah one thing that That I've been doing that. I've been allowing myself not completely chasing away the despair when I feel it. I mean I'm not like steeping myself in it because that's not productive but I should feel things right now like personally that is much healthier for me rather than ignoring or chasing things away the other day. I was on a walk with the dog in social distancing walk. We're seeing like ten ten feet apart from other people when we see them every storefront every coffee shop every rush onto my neighborhood right now has a close lineup and the one that they all affect they all get to me but the one that made me stop and start. It was a sign on dry cleaner. That said new mkx hours then listed in something about the phrase new pandemic hours. Maybe feel like this feels like environmental storytelling in like video game. But it's real like this is like really happening this. We are really adjusting for a worldwide pandemic right now and I have been grappling with the idea that this will almost certainly not be the last time. This happens in our lifetime trend. Oh yeah like even just the concept of like they're being this enormous world shifting. Change you know happening in our life I don. I agree with you John. I think it will happen more than once but I also love that that is that is an example of. Hey where we're still going you know. It's funny because like I mean I don't I don't know if this is the correct conclusion to draw. But it's though on that my brain wants to draw. Is that you know and feeling less fearful of other big as existential threats. Not Climate Change. I'm still afraid of climate change but things that like I one hundred percent have no say in like a meteor hitting the planet or like. You know what's another volcano going off? Anything I am sorry enlisting things like make you anxious. But here's the thing like a big thing happened and we're still moving. You know in the big terrible thing occurred and we are dealing with it. It's not fun it's not good. There's nothing good about this you know but seeing humane society kind of deal with this is is. I think If nothing else I'm encouraged to see what happens next Hopefully it's like you know. Yeah being held accountable for his many many crimes. But who knows on a micro level things that have been helping me? It'd be considered some of those two For me it's being very aware of foreign troops in because during the day when there's maybe even a little bit of sunshine or I'm answering e mail I can I sort of feel like like I. I don't forget I never forget but feels a little bit normal because I do work from home pretty often so for me the creeps in between the hours of like four and ten pm so every evening my husband and I have some kind of activity even if it's just like okay. We're going to watch this movie or we're GONNA play on the Internet or I'm going to try. I'm going to open this new bottle. Wine like something small to look forward to that some that that tries to step in front of the creeping anxiety. That's been helpful to me another thing that I've never stayed home quite this much so between when I finish work for the day if I managed anything done One thing I do is make sure to change something about the work environment. Because I don't I don't unfortunately don't have an office or like space for a desk in my place so we do a lot of work at like the dining room and living room and that will just continue to be the workspace unless I change something about it so we put our laptops away clean up a little bit. This is usually when I started disinfecting. All the services in the House candle a pour some kind of drink and like be like okay now. We're entering the face of the of the day where we don't answer email like I need to. I need that external change otherwise I will just continue to be in the same zone but I am that I'm in all day. That's a really good idea. Jen I really like that a lot. Honestly my only the thing that I do and I'm sad is I just you know I I live with three Sanga mammals a husband into cats and I just put my face onto.
"ben dana" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"I don't think too much people paid attention to that dynamic, but with him, it's all encompassing. So I think like for as far as he was concerned his entire world was falling apart at that run. And this is going to be his lifeline and that fell apart. And then I think that really deep six him, right. And now he's come back, some type of like a documentary filmmaker. Right. Ends or his, his movies are on Amazon prime shit. Someone needs to do something about super easy to have that happen. Well, you know, I'm I'm prime is taken down anti vaccine documentaries so so much for the tolerant left, but I right. But, but he, I think is Milo has fallen by the wayside, I think that what you have is McGuinness. I mean, a largely, there's been a lot of deployed IM Ming. And I wonder has that impacted the movement, well for the superficial people like Milo who never really had any sort of movement behind. It was just he went out there said, something provocative on Twitter and got a ten. For. And that's what sort of lifted him up amongst that audience. That's why when he got the platform at hurt him so much. There was nothing really behind my there was no one who actually supported my William. It was just that guy on the libs. That's great. But I think someone like Alex Jones like undoubtably he got hurt by being the platform, but he definitely still has audience. He definitely still has sway with that world. I mean to me, there was nothing that showcased how he knows how to still play the game. Then when Laura Luma went on, they're crying about how she got banned from Facebook and Alex Jones had to say, well, calm down, Laura what you gotta do. You gotta use this in your favor. He knew that video coca Laura lumers on air balling screaming, and crying like they've ruined me out like. An Alex Alex Jones is telling someone to Cam down the long term a little bit. But what about the like the aspects of it, where the original dynamic, because I think you also see this in, in Europe a lot, like I know Steve Bannon is not he's different than these people, but he's a Jason's and he's amazing generating precedential, but the truth is, like his actual particular contributions to the far right? In Europe failed pretty much entirely his party's he was most closely aligned with did poorly. But then, like Salvini was basically the most powerful politician. Italy. There's this clip that went around that axios shared that embarrassed Ben. And because Bannon's, they're like, Salvini, blah, blah. And Salvini is like in talian easily. Yeah. I don't really know that schmuck. I've met him once or twice, and everybody's laughing and it's like, yeah, but Salvini is literally neo-fascist, right. And most important politicians in Europe. So, like, what is that line of, like, okay, these people are less relevant. But now all of these major parties are like in their image. Right. Right, boston. Arrow, and we'll hobby both the narrow like Trump merges it. I mean, Bolsonaro of foreign minister talks about cultural marxists, right? Well, last week on doomed, we had a Michael Edison. Hayes of southern poverty law center's hate watch on the show, and he basically was unfair group. He basically wrote this great piece about this character in Russia. This mysterious fascist his pseudonym is Alex ander Slava's. And he basically created this Neo Nazi form called iron March, and they were like the legit Neo Nazis on the internet. Like this wasn't like storm front or the deli Stormer where like, you know, they obviously are scary, but they're just a bunch of losers. Meaning online. They have no real power like iron watch are the people who are there. They were actually the people who inspired that whole those skull, Ben Danas that fascist where when they marched in the streets all over the world, and that came from iron March, and then all of a sudden one day last year iron, March completely falls off the internet. It wasn't the platform. No host came out and said, we took it down because it got some attention..
"ben dana" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"That is very that is a very specific era that we're talking about. We're talking about kind of like the late eighteen hundreds to the early nineteen. Hundreds, that's really what it is. And then eventually hand kerchiefs kinda disapp- like they don't new generation doesn't really pick up hand kerchief. Well also disposable paper like we all of a sudden Kleenex exists. Yes, if you can blow your nose in something, and throw it away exactly out of your clothing. So then at that point, then Ben Dana's only sort of survive because it's much more of a fashion accessory more than anything else, because then eventually you get to the fifties the sixties, right. Do you know what I mean? And the people are wearing them in their hair, and it's and it's more of a Bank or rob a Bank. Well, yeah. I mean that's. Raba saloon to Robin old train. You will any of those sorts of things. And so for me, I was really intrigued by the story of o a kerchief this idea of taking something that you've already heard about, but you don't know what the actual story behind. It is right? And let's do something with that. And instead of just calling him Hanks, or something like that, which I felt was just a little too on the nose. I thought, oh well, it'd be cool if we did Hank's kerchiefs so that, you know, I mean in my brain, I'm thinking, hopefully, someone's thinking like, oh, some dude name, Hank made a bunch of kerchiefs. That's probably not what most people are thinking. But this idea of taking something that you'd heard about and saying, no, look, here's, here's this story that you don't know. And here's this thing that was very, very personal to people that had them and not like not just so I know that they would blow their nose in it. And then there's not as in it, but they had connections. Them. I remember when we, it started when I started work on the, the company, I met this one woman, and she's asking me what I did. And I said, you know, I'm an actor but I've also starting this, this company, and so what's a company and I told.
"ben dana" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Typically, this is still true. One in four African American men will end up in prison in America. Sometimes it's enough to make young black people give up hope sometimes. But not always as ROY wood junior reports from comes in California company has long had a reputation as one of the most dangerous places in America to be a young black person. In fact, Tom aside rate is more than four and a half times the national average. But here there's a group who believes that they have to secret to keeping kids off the streets, the company Cowboys, literally black people in company on forces and traffic wearing symbols with sucks. The company Cowboys began in the nineteen eighty s the Compton junior posse and after school horseback. Riding program at a farm in the middle of the city, the founder, Misha Akbar, described it this way, and we were in competition with gangs. So we had to provide the same things that gangs had come rod rodri- extended family, a safe haven retired in twenty seventeen but many members of the posse you're still spreading her message and some fertilizer, so basically you're gang start a Ben Danas and gang science, y'all just leave Lewis shit everywhere around the neighborhood. That's how Mark our terrain slobber. Normally that's how we leave our mart. You're still a black man riding a halftime animal through the how are the cops not all horses. But you say Harry Potter. That's how it is with the wars like putting on a cloak like with the game baggers into police. So you just become invisible. Then it's all bullshit. He's saying. Can I have some of the week you smoke? Little Wayne is right. Even if you ride him with the buzz, it's not like your horses going to have a broken tail light and the cops damn showing search and that Trump, but forces don't just protect people on the outside turns out, they heal you on the inside. We're all traumatize from seeing the shit that we see people getting shot around you people dying. I can't even tell you. How many conversations I've had with people who say man, my horse save. Kierra the first cowgirl among the company Cowboys is one of those people. My brother was killed to gain violence for years ago. Sometimes when I can't function are articulate my words, and is really in a bad mood. Not just go to my horse is just that energy is your so peaceful. It's clear that taking care of losses can have a life changing affect my therapist and stock up on oats. But what's the first step to create this beautiful bond between man and horse per thing. We've got to do. Clean stuff cleaned to poop book. You ready to clean? The poop you open. The poop make sure they own gone over own our word this right here is a good one. He is nice. You know, ready to? I'd rather get jumped by the bloods shit. Skip Turk was time for this cowboy to that. Look he how that right squeeze with this way. Go that way. Let's take the rain that way that take your right hand. Okay. I wanted to go left. I was so good. They gave me my own travel size star who. Official member. I could give them some branding advice. You'll need a handshake C J P. I let you the knowing. Okay. Cowboy shit makes nice little hobbies. But one company thinks you could also make it a career as a bear background I wrote professionally, but I mean, that's not like rap in be an athlete or comedian all of it considered a professional. So you professional profession Chit. Kate will be like the from win. They pave you just face against. And they judge you on who ride the best. You got to go Bareback. See you could last eight seconds guys. You got that yet came make it eight seconds. I see. Bareback riding thirty times more dangerous than pro football. But no one gets a helmet, not even the horse and trade is one of the top fifty writers worldwide. So I packed to see him in action. Shit really. Suddenly. He was back on his feet. Thank of not dying. I got no words. Other than respect..
"ben dana" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Well, that's the time has come. The time has come for me to say Hello to my sister from our sister station. Buzzing on over on the FM Dao, Xi is Mandy James and Mandy thanks for coming in studio today. Well, thanks for having me in studio today. It's actually kind of intimidating to be here. You know, I was born and raised here. Listen to WDC all my entire life. And so finally be in the studio after working so hard and radio the last seven years to get back home. It's kind of surreal to be sitting here with you right now, we love to hear you say that, and you know, the station is going on it's ninety fifth birthday. It's incredible. Isn't it? We've got sid. Hartman still here. So we are very blessed. That in itself is incredible. Yes. Well, you were here. We got a little business to take care of we love our sister stations Jack in buzzing, but it's not always that we get to share the airwaves over here with WC your radio and vice versa. But you're here because we are going to be part of an event together. And I thought it was appropriate for you to share a little bit about the events. And why you're here. It's coming up on November sixteenth. It's called the aid Wm. Media fashion show in ward ceremony and AWS is a nonprofit it stands for American women in media. The Minnesota chapter putting on a fashion show in award ceremony. And you and I are going to be models in that. And again, another intimidating experience. Because when you look at the lineup for who's gonna be on stage with us. It's incredible. These are women that I've watched on television and listened to on the radio for years. So to be sharing a stage with them is such an honor. And I'm so excited the lineup. We've got Fallon from Katie WB. You've got Ben Dana and Giselle from go ninety six three Diana Pierce is of course, going to be there. We're going to talk about her honors in a moment. You mentioned some of the other models along with Mandy James and myself Kelly Hansen from twin cities live in Kim Johnson, our friend from WC, crtv. When I see a name like him Johnson. I'm like, I don't have the six pack that Kim Jong. My husband who is the cook of our house like babe, we can't have gluten for a couple of weeks. I've gotta get ready. The body ready for this fashion shine number sixteen absolutely beautiful the way that you are. But I'm kind of thinking the same thing. We've got a couple of weeks to get our stuff. Pushups for Dharma's, Mandy. Because we're going to be wearing a lot of different outfits. You've got resort where office to holiday aware and holiday, clothing and nightclubbing. So it's going to be really exciting. It's going to be very exciting. And she Mandy alluded to I'm talking with Mandy James from buzzing. Our sister station, she and I are both part of the festivities on November sixteenth. The Awa media fashion show in awards ceremony and two big awards lifetime achievement awards going out to die in a Pierce, formerly of care eleven. Now, she has her own what's next with Diana Pierce? A live streaming online show on Facebook in our very own. Paul Douglas is getting a lifetime achievement.
"ben dana" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"The fuck. Good comment. So this also weird like my wife's in Wisconsin, my house is full of Green Bay Packers shit. Is that, is that a? No? No, that a is that a? She's from Wisconsin so I don't give a fuck. I did draw the line at wearing fucking Packers jersey. Just advertise your Packers fan now. I'm not a fan. I'm just saying my dog's got Packers. Ben Dana's and the wife likes the Packers. But man, you go up to Wisconsin and it's like a fucking cult up there. Like, that's all they have Packers. That's all they talk about what they got. It's it's really weird and I was like fucking where jersey. Jersey owner of the Packers. Kinda cool different. And then last thing I got a mention special shout out to listener John Siefert because he did something really nice for me this week and John buddy. I just want to say, I, I appreciate it. Thank you so much. I. I love your support and how you believe in the show, and I'm gonna just gonna keep it mysterious like that. But I had to give shot on the show because he did something really great, unbelievable, and I can't. Thank you. Thank you, brother. Thank you. You are the best rugs where the people find you online. You get find me on Twitter at really Rudd boy. You can find me on the jacket, neared nation, chop it up with rugs in the nation and grips is in the nation. It posted something. He did something about catoon Louis. Yeah, he's got a, he's got a podcast. I'll put a link video podcast now where you could see him. It's weird to see him and voice. Sometimes that voices real real Israel. Mike is the rug. Boy was a real person. It would be my chart would hope chopping with all of us over up Chavalit up. Listen listener. Thanks for hanging out. Tele friend, share the show, spread the geek ry. This. Has been the jock. It'd podcast by name is Imran. My name's Anthony. He's the chalk. He's a nerd, but people next week. Pump. Two cats. Jogging..
"ben dana" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"But I imagine the game could be adapted for a TV show where if the person who Russia says a first, everybody didn't house, Greg, and I think you should do as each dog style game with Ben Dana's spotting. Oh yeah, that's good. They're everywhere. Flank would you like vich Danna? I was thinking, but that's the best I could come up with. So it's putting the binder clips back if you could hear that sorry. But. You know, I'm up. I suggest. Oh, in terms of the name, maybe say Chen bot like you can, you know. Oh, like say, when you see the van data? Yeah. How about Zing Bhatt. There you go. Gotcha. Real. Choose your own adventure. That's that's where the creativity comes into play. You pick whatever word you wanna yell, so it couldn't have shown my job. You could be HGH could be, you know, I don't know whatever you wanna yellow. Sixty-nine. My personal favorite. It's up to you, but I liked the ban Danas especially because I always get confused about where they come from. Do they get them for challenges or like they all just magically show up one day? I feel like everyone has been Dana's. It's like one survivor. Everyone celebrates when they get their bathing suits. Finally, oh, guys got the pig barrel bandannas and the storage. What's everyone grab? One nice. Everybody's required to bring like ten Ben Dana's from home, and then production goes through and picks the ones that are allowed in the house. All right. I get. Okay. All right. Gang. Well, if anybody has any listeners have any other rules or we think of any rules while we are recording the podcast, we should feel free to throw them in there. But now let's shift years and let's go to a segment that I like to call the RHA PBB BBB and see or the rob has podcast, big brother, BNB breaking news coverage. Where would you have asked job covering stories that aren't really breaking and really barely qualifies news which brings me to our first article that I would like to talk about today. That is, I write two weeks old alley alluded to this at the beginning of the podcast, but I would like to talk about the fetchy app controversy. I don't know if you guys know, but Bessie app is called Bessie fitness, and it was reported a couple of weeks ago that people big brother fans relieving negative reviews on Fethi fitness because of his big brother game play. So. Me being lazy investigator had to go check it out. And I actually found that there were probably more ratings of people saying, oh, don't give them a bad rating, ignore the one star ratings because these are just angry. You know, big brother fans because some people were writing. I expected this to get five stars, but three of them flits. I couldn't figure out who it was though. It was probably Hoti because that's what c. told me. So those are some of the negative reviews. And then of course, anyone star is another review. Any one star ratings should be carefully viewed as big brother fans or downgrading this app because they don't like him on a game show. But then there were my personal favorite reviews, and we tried to read the reviews once they were like three, there's a ton now just very exciting, but these are my personal favorite. Okay. This one reviewers said, judge the app, not the game show contestant that being said, I couldn't get past the search screen. I tried. City state, none of them populated any gyms, and I live in Los Angeles. It needs work. That's how you build credibility as reviewer is you're like, I stand up for what's right. Don't judge him by his TV show that said his app is trash. Exactly because I was my first thought was I was like, well, it probably does deserve a one star review, but because of his game play. So then one person also wrote, I'm not leaving a one star because of big brother. I am leaving a one star because this app sucks. It's ugly, doesn't even show. Most of the gyms near me. It's clunky and useless. Leaving five stars because of big brother is just as stupid as leaving. One start because of big brother improve the app if you wanted better reviews Joe's like all right. That's like some sensible reviewing here. And then my personal favorite is designed is outdated search functions and.
"ben dana" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Ben dana's in their face they're hitting people with bike locks and they're engaged in violence and the the left is using violence as a means to solve these differences that we have and ideas and opinions they're shutting people down like christina hoff sommers just yelling out at her a woman who's her whole life has been a feminist her whole life and she calls herself they factual feminist because she wants women who are empowered and who are intelligent to be held accountable for their the actual facts behind what they're saying and you know to to discuss this to empower people with reality and by doing that she's become an enemy i mean it's very strange to watch her gi shouted down by other feminists that think that she's the wrong kind of feminist it's it's really bizarre but the anger in the vitriol and the the the violence attached to it is something that's completely new and was always associated with right wing thuggish mobs it was always associated with hate groups like the k k k or or some something along those lines you know neo nazis but you're seeing this level of violence from from the left now these weird like university professors in these dorky people that are saying burn this mother down and and people are cheering in the streets and white people are the problem and and there's so many people that are tenured professors that are getting away with saying like ridiculous crazy and calling out for violence and it's completely irresponsible and it's it's it's foolish it feels weird too because you know back in the nineteen sixties at least there was something to fight over at least back in the nineteen sixties if you were gaze said okay i don't have my rights there's something to fight over or you're black and he said i don't have my rights true there's something to fight over or your female and you say well feminism hasn't hasn't done what needs to do yet there's something to fight for but right now countries pretty good like things are pretty good for the vast majority of people in this country put aside the economics for a second because people always fail arise and economics.
"ben dana" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Bob games doesn't sound impressed on impress i'll just say i'm just letting you know go ahead michael so lamar jackson the winter like saddleback college for years i just want him to see more football i want him to go out and see more football you're understand that mike would minute minute clemson and the shaun jackson does shawn watson what clemson was top light what is wrong with you your love for lamar jackson met i'm telling you are you going to start his own fan page you go start to lamar jets fan page good morning michael down here tonight i'll be there to eastern around new okay sound good we'll see you around traits love man stay up all right later mike michael thompson joining the program where we had i don't wanna say your rush style yeah yeah but they are only three years removed from high school they they're all only three years removed from high school these quarterbacks are on the quarterbacks are right and i don't think that they're ready to play now explain why next kishan georgia espn la yeah damn mrs girl she may girls or women with the band of the underwear showing with a little bit of gene and have you did the abs going man she may ben dana's cool as well on the ladies where you didn't have to it wasn't a mony love it was more leah go back and forth z see i had a sorry i had a moment there you know make a lia was my thing back in the day man i don't love you man my head.
"ben dana" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Stairs chelsea davis joins us live in one a little with the story sean steph the hikers were parked along the road here outside of one lowvalue value neighborhood park they wanna remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation but they also want other hikers to be aware four am just don't sign the gate at more than a little valuable park two men with ben danas over their faces approached high hikers a man in a woman in their car with their windows down our from the guy early on friday and on the guy who that my when the at the end of what them suspects gillett the victims run away when he tried to start a car one of the men breached in and broke off the ignition the she couldn't cut the car and the author took away her when she tried to grab performed so she could call 911 the men took the hikers back packed cell phone wallets san ids but a good samaritan step forward and the hikers work hurt i could see that his mail individual yelling opened a door and his pounding on the windshield and i yelled to them which you know quiet and a call 911 i heard commotion the institute out and um y'all hey what's going on and i think that many of been a reason why the um exited the suspect sped off before police arrived the community association president his client has been on the rise as more hikers are discovering their tiny part we've always the monus of required neighborhood are park before just to be just a community park quiet local families here.
"ben dana" Discussed on WRVA
"By the end of a ferocious battle and nineteen seventy the vietnam war obviously army special forces many carry michael rose was down two ben danas and shirtsleeves for bandages then sergeant rose who goes by mike was part of a small group of american commanders and local tribesmen on a covert mission in laos during the vietnam war they were supposed to try to disrupt the north vietnamese who were funneling weapons on the who team in trail a major supply route that network throughout the country the mission was covert because laos was neutral during the war and there weren't supposed be any us combat troops on the ground laos it was called operation tell let me stop right there this is what the left us we send our men and a war and they tire hands it wasn't always that way but it's the new left the hard left since the 1960s up to this day this is why were defeating isis now because trump has unleashed on military to do as our military needs to do with isis same with afghanistan he's been reports now that uh the cia is actually sending uh forces in their special units in there to take out there particular taliban leaders i'm not bragging that store it's already out there that's all good during the vietnam war many of you may be too young to know this the democrats the leftists uh made it incredibly difficult banned our ability to go into cambodia and allow us and so forth to take out the viet cong and north vietnamese who were who were attacking our troops in vietnam from these locations who were arming their forces from these locations but we weren't able to at least legitimately or statutorily going and bomb them go in and take them out so nixon and his generals ordered these clandestine activities and this is one of the reasons the left hated mix because he wanted to win that war in overtime he realized that given what was taking place in this country that was not going to happen i let me go back with the mike rose here the americans who were members of what was called the studies and operations group sog started so they're in laos okay started taking fire even before their helicopters landed that was the.
"ben dana" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"These you know sometimes often violent left protesters dan i i i don't unders i don't quite understand how we can reconcile this do you think there is a short of a an understanding a tacit agreement among police departments around the country that when these and tifa protesters and these guys with ben danas and these violent violent thugs are are coming to town we'd better standdown or else we're going to have a real problem on our hands well here's the good news if you couldn't no i don't think that i and it's not even for it believe me for as much as i would like to say it's a liberalconservative issue it's really not when i was in new york city police officer an unquestionably liberal city i don't think any of your listeners without that oh yeah welcome to my world right we we had kind of did rudy giuliani even if the city was run by democrat you're the giuliani approach what you're at a a rally you were at you have the apps i am a free speech absolutist so was he was the absolute right to get up and say whatever you want as long as it doesn't immediately incite violence on anyone else but you throw up otto mike you're going to jail you're the guy behind him utah went out about bottle you're going to jail to and what happened after crown heights they were very you isolated incidents of collective rioting in new york city at all because people understand your dan let's go applestoapples trump tower is arguably the epicenter of every protester under the sun you she any riots outside trump tower you know it's funny i got so often the already but they could add you're right i mean think about it because you because listen and you want to know why four letters and why pd and and one other entity secret service but these guys and and and it's a pretty simple concept and let's face it what what the nypd always does in you know this you were there you're you were part of them they don't let these competing groups intermingled they separate them with barricades it's a pretty.