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"borroni" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the israel. Daily news podcast. I'm your host shannon fold. I'm sure to give you the headlines. Soon you can get caught up quickly. You're listening so you're already on top of your game. Survive and thrive people knowledge. Is the best weapon. Today is wednesday february tenth. Twenty twenty one. Now let's get to the news. It's exactly what dr evans reported on our show last week. She said that there would be a lag in the effect of the vaccination program and that there was already a steady decline in the number of deaths but that we just had to wait a little bit longer and be a little bit more patient to see the vaccination campaign really take effect. Well that is exactly what the health ministry is reporting. Today they say that the vaccination campaign is showing signs of stopping the coronavirus with the numbers of serious patients reaching a low point in around one month so within the last one month we are now reaching a low point. The positivity rate from test results showed that tuesday seven point eight percents of tests came back positive and just the day before on monday. Eight point nine percent of test positive so the so the numbers seem to be moving in a downward slope close to four hundred palestinians receive the covid nineteen vaccine at magee davita dome station today. As part of an effort to immunize palestinians who work in israel. There are around one hundred. Twenty thousand palestinians hold permits to work in israel or in israeli settlement areas in the west bank. Health officials have long worried that the movement of these workers to and from the palestinian territories would just contribute to the spread of the virus. There's been a vigorous debate over whether or not the israeli government should make the effort to vaccinate palestinians and it seems a choice has been made with these first four hundred getting the shot on december. Twenty first we shared the story of esther horgan a mother of six who was murdered while hiking near her home in talamante a small settlement in the west bank the shin bet obtained intelligence that her killer had scoped out the area when he carried out the attack. He had been scoping out for two weeks prior today. Israeli security forces demolished the home of the man who confessed to killing horgan. It's rare for the idea of to conduct such an operation in broad daylight. Usually they operate late at night where there's less likely to be resistance. The idea of standby the practice of demolishing the homes of terrorist as a deterrent to any future attacks however justice on not borroni of the high court argues the opposite. She says that not only does this. Action not deter future attacks but it can encourage further retaliation. Tell us what you think about this. Practice in comment on our social media hey there. It's shanna shanna with two ends. of course. Do you want to support this show so that it can continue to come out on a daily basis. Well if so you can send over a monthly contribution at anchor dot. Fm backslash israel daily news flash support. We now have one central link in our show notes which you can click on and it will take you to the page where you can put in your credit card details and feel good knowing that you're supporting independent journalism. You can also follow us on social media at israel. Daily died news as well as shuffle. That's s. h. a. n. a. f. l. d. the jerusalem post has an article out saying that after years of not having diplomatic relations with turkey that this could become a reality. Again for israel political advisers are saying the government is mulling over renewing their relationship after both israel and turkey pulled out its ambassadors in two thousand eighteen. When gaza erupted in protest at the border fence. This happened after former president. Donald trump announced he would be moving the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem in a historic display so to say that jerusalem was the capital of the jewish state in december. Turkish president recep. Tayyip erta one said that his country would like to have better ties with israel but that israeli policy toward the palestinians still remained unacceptable and israeli defense forces. Soldier discovered a very old coin while doing a training exercise in northern israel the israel antiquities authority announced that the coin is eighteen hundred years old and features the image of a roman emperors head. Archaeologists are calling him antonius pews and says that this coin was minted in which is a small town in northern israel. Outside of fula on the back of the coin shows the syrian moon. God called men and it had the freeze of the people of philippi specialists say the coin was created the year that the roman cities got independence and were able to self regulate under the roman empire. So if you don't know there were a slew of roman cities within israel and the israeli territories all of course it wasn't considered israel at the time and it was being controlled by the roman emperor back in europe and finally stevie wonder music legends singer and star pianist picks up the wolf prize which is israel's recognition for laureates in the arts and sciences. It's a prestigious honor to have president. Reuven rivlin office says he's being recognized for his tremendous contribution to music and enriching the lives of others. The wolf foundation is a state owned organization. So it belongs to the state of israel. Three dozen wolf laureates have gone on to win nobel prizes. Congratulations all right well. that's it for. Today's news is wednesday february tenth. Twenty twenty one. Tel aviv has a low of eleven degrees celsius and high of twenty one degrees. That's fifty one degrees fahrenheit for the low going up to seventy degrees for the high. 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"borroni" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"borroni" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Well Yeah. We both have. Corona virus mustaches Jesus. To buy them both a drink. Wow does Dan doesn't buy thanks open bar only. I mean he doesn't care how how close a friend he seeing. Get married open bar bust. Can I ask you a quick question about De? Escalating bar fights. Because I. 'cause I have been in. Before I left. Before I used to live in the Hudson. Valley and I broke tried to break up a couple of bar fights. And then I try, and then I got involved in a melee in Manhattan wants the try to pull somebody up. What's the key? I mean if there are already going at it, isn't it too late for Verbal de Escalation? You just kind of have to physically get in there. Yeah I mean. If. They're already going at. You really can't do anything about it for the vast majority of de Escalation. You get you get your phone out, and you start yelling Worldstar Worldstar right yeah. Yeah. Usually if if it's an actual problem person at the bar. usually turned to my wife, who is much better at doing this and she'll do things like turn off the music and turn all the lights up and say she's not going to serve anybody until this asshole league. That sort of thing. Because she's a professional. Just not just handsome drifter like me. Fumbles through. Friends Asleep and sleeps on a mattress on his clothes. Well, you gotta keep them things crisp. The? Your wife is like have an eye charts like we have an iron you don't do. You have a home now. I'm here. I'm your wife. Like you have a dresser, you don't have to keep throwing your clothes in the garbage than walking to the hardware store with shoe. Glenn? Align stores where you're like relent, you're you're both relentlessly indulgent and subtly like you're doing. On the person where you're like. Shutting it down, I'm not really sure. Yeah what's happening directing the energy? Yeah, yeah I. Mean that's that's all part of it I. Mean it's it's similar to like any kind of a bar conversation because he can't like you. Don't WanNA. Get stuck there forever. Like just because some guy really wants to explain why. He shouldn't feel bad for loving revenge of the nerds like Hey, man I got a job to do. How can I not have this heart to heart with this sad guy I thought I thought we were having a really good conversations. Realize that you felt that way about. I've never. Yeah, but you weren't a fan of it Dan. Because he thought the jocks were right to beat up the NERDS, it wasn't. It was. Take. Turns out those nurse with the villains. Yeah Yeah for me. It was always that I was mad. They cheated in all the Games. Like. Clearly, the rules say that you can't. If you're after drink a beer and then ride a little tricycle. You can't take a pill that prevents you from getting trunk. That's not fair. Let's check rule book. There isn't one. Run. Look says this is dumb. Stop It. Guys look that wasn't a great note to end on, but on the other hand well, let's let's not end on it Dan okay. I set up a set up a thing tease. Who is the greatest Turco Pommereau in film I'll Shin I do WanNa know that who is the greatest archille Oprah in your in your opinion Mr Hodgman speaking of tall. Doors. Kenneth Brannagh. Greatest aren't. I Shall I shall not fuck off while my show. On. For years I have had such respect for you to the degree. That like you've intimidated me I team is. Full and now I find that the emperor has no clothes Kenneth Branagh. Come on, I don't I? Don't have any clothes because I'm lying down on a mattress. My underwear. I. I'm not going to sit here in front of you damn. Dilettante Trust Fund classes opened. My Life, but okay, sure well for the for the purposes of this by gas. Let's pretend that's no I know. That's I know that's not. I'm not going to sit here and tell you that the twenty seventeen. Murder on the Orient Express directed by and starring Kenneth. Branagh as Ergo Poirot is a great film. But I will say. I did not expect to enjoy it as much as I did. I was. Utterly flabbergasted. When I saw that guy's mustache. Wow! Looking Kurt Russell character much more than Urculo. You'll Perot as I was saying that. Yeah well first of all Urculo Paul Ro as we know from Peter, Ustinov. And David Suchet and even Albert Finney is supposed to be a a short Stout Gore Monde. Vein. Shithead that everyone hates. And instead we got the trailer for murder on the Orient Express. which is a tall? Skinny. Honestly slender men type row. With a moustache that was growing into his ears walking on top of the train. To the tune of believer by imagine dragons, and like Oh, this is not my daddy circle Borroni more. And as dumb as that seemed to me, I watched it and. There was one moment that. Utterly redeemed the movie for me. which is that as as many Urkel Perot books and movies as I've watched. I never unders. I never understood him as a human being. Until. Kenneth Branagh stepped in Shit in the movie. Yeah. Human Shit. No Animal Shit. Humans animals. Interesting an interesting twist if he gets on the train steps into human shit and they're like other by the way the toilets are all backed up. The system is not working. We would really appreciate you solving the mystery and so I. Just have to deal with all movie. and. Ran Interpretation, Ezekiel Perot is a corporate face. Some eats shit for pleasure. Right was really interesting to me. Does for pleasure, and not for sustenance because I. Don't think there's a lot nutritional value. Another human centipede! You're wrong. Time the greatest film of all time human centipede. But. In in in murder on the orange express two thousand, seventeen as official title is. Kenneth Branagh. Pro is walking to the scene of a crime early in the film. Not Related to the train. And on drain crime, he steps and Shit. He sees. Steps back. And then steps and shit again with his other foot. and. He says it's a an paraphrasing. It's not. The humiliation. It's the imbalance that bothers me. And suddenly I understood their co Paul Ro. is, someone who is able to. Sense everything around him such it's an invasion to his personality, and all these trying to do is to make rational a world that is irrational. And it's it's basically. He's he's got no CD, problem, and suddenly. I understood prone away that I didn't ever understand power before like he can't help it. He doesn't want to be this way. He doesn't. WanNa be this shitty vein moustachioed asshole. He has to be this way because that's the only way they can deal with his anxieties and I loved it. I mean I cannot entirely go with you, but I. do think that all right. Now Goodbye. I will say the brand. A performance as are. Probably the best thing in that. I did enjoy the there is one no wait a minute. What about Michelle? pfeiffer is great in it. I, mean Michelle. pfeiffer is great. Everything is yes. But but but Dan you and I. We can make peace over this. Brennan Pro Perot's interesting to watch. Michelle pfeiffer is wonderful. And everyone else is is not good. Yes agreed. Except for Dame Judi dench. She's of a virtual shaking hands. Now I haven't seen. The movie does Dame Judi. dench appear as a cat and sing a song explaining to the viewer that one cat SAR. Yes? She appears as a cabin. She goes my name is Miss Marple I'll see you in the next movie. Great casting that would be. So, wait what's what's the ones your show Airbus? The details on that thing, the lie ninth. On cake. On fx and then the next day on Hulu. Because FX has a deal with Hulu and the show is called Dick, town It has. Profanity in it. It's but it's. It's like an it's not. There's dirty language and stuff, but I don't think of it as a cynic, hard boiled. It's more like a cozy. It's cozy grimy mysteries. We have our new genre of Grimy Coz Catch on fire and then get put out by baby urinating on. Them doesn't quite get that nut, so does that happen in murder on the Orient Express the new one off. The train, what if they call it that? Kenneth Branagh. Train and Train Train and. We've also incredible friends who were guest voices on the show including our friend Jean Grey Zach Elephant Acas Jon. Glaser Jon. Benjamin, Kristen Schaal..
"borroni" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Deceptive rights transmits clear. What's happening there if anyone were to find this out and indeed I think they came maybe the NFC came to the same conclusion in the end? Because after the two shipments In Ninety five in which Israel served as the middleman. They concluded that they didn't really need to deal with early. Could sell weapons directly the US would basically glee make an arrangement with a with a private citizen another private citizen yet. Another private citizen named Richard Secord and he would serve as the intermediary instead of Israel so at some point early on after the first couple of shipments and nothing happens one hostages released but the ones that they well first of all they wanted Buckley the CIA a.. Station chief who turned out to be the whole dead but McFarland. WHO's sort of overseeing all this reluctantly suspects that these being taken can for a ride and there's a meeting that you talk about with `Gabon Afar McFarland? What happens? Had come came the inclusion. After the first two shipments that basically Ghorbani far was not to be trusted that he didn't if he knew moderates in Iran he wasn't being truthful about what they wanted or what they were are willing to do for us. Maybe didn't even know them. You know he just had a bad feeling. Based on the fact that you know various terms of the agreement that service the roadmap for these two first shipments had been violated. The initially thought they were GonNa all the hostages back for this many missiles and it turned out. Oh actually we need this many missiles and we can only give you this many hostages so McFarland just concluded that this was too risky. We don't know these guys were dealing with this Guy Ghorbani far. Who who who? We shouldn't trust and he made that clear to the president and the president said okay. Go Go see him and tell him. We're not doing this anymore. WE'RE NOT WE'RE NOT GONNA go. He goes to London. That night is there. Is there too and so borroni. North meet with Ghorbani fire at the home in Israel arms dealer and of course McFarland and Gorani far. have it out go buying for as McFarlane only describes it like banging his fist and stocking around the room saying like you don't understand is your best chance to get your people back. This is real opportunity. McFarland says you know. We're not doing this anymore. So food shortly after that meeting McFarland felt comfortable enough having ended the initiative to resign he calls `Gabon Afar a borderline moron wrong. Yes that's very memorable line. Yeah all right so that should have been the end of it macfarlane sort of hoped that would be the end of it but as he told us in our interview on some level he knew that Ronald Reagan's desire to get these hostages home was going to prevail and that he was going to keep going he's GonNa keep using the shady channel in Ghorbani far too to keep trying to get the hostages back. So what you heard. At the beginning of the show where he's expressing. This profound remorse says over the fact that he resigned as national security adviser sort of knowing on some level that he hasn't really stopped. This bad idea only could have stopped it if he stayed. I think think is what he probably but we felt like yeah. He felt like he feels like if he had stayed. Maybe he could've been a block on Oregon's impulses so the arms shipments continue you and that's the Iran part of the scandal let's get to the contra part Nicaragua and CIA's Secret War in Nicaragua. You kind of see why the scandal hasn't like remember. It's pretty complicated. I mean once you break it down it's quite manageable. which is what we try to do in the show? But there's a lot of moving parts. Yes Nicaragua very Very far from Iran seemingly has anything to do with it but at a certain point according to Oliver North on suggestion of monitor bonfire. He realized that he could take the money that the US was generating in profits from the arm sales to Iran and route. It's to the CONTRAS. Yeah Yeah they needed to do that because because they had been blocked by Congress from way from sending aid to the CONTRAS. There's a fascinating couple of points about that. It's just fascinating to me that that was a period in our history where we talk about the imperial presidency but Congress was very powerful then in a way that they are not now and congress was much more. Bipartisan pipe partisan because it was both Democrats and Republicans. Who blocked money from going to the contras yet? I think there was. There was a feeling that this is an essentially a a war that we're trying to fight and overthrow the communist government and he says Sandinista governments in Managua. What I didn't remember number at all is that our old Magazine Newsweek a crucial role in exposing the CIA as secret war war in Nicaragua. which is what of course prompted the Congress to put its Restrictions on tell us about that the secret war Newsweek's role well and what the secret war involved so so the contras. Maybe as a starting point the contras were a kind of a loose federation. Thought the right word but a loose coalition. Let's say of of of people who did not like the Sandinistas for various reasons. Among them were a lot of national guardsmen who had served under Somoza who has the right wing dictator who was deposed. Nineteen eighteen seventy nine Sandinista revolution and the regime had been an American ally. And so there was a sort of natural kinship between the anti-communist reunites nights and these contras and they wanted very badly to help them overthrow the sandinistas or or help them as they put it in back power through through democratic no credit processes they were freedom fighter freedom fighters yet. I mean Reagan. Compare them to you. Know the founding fathers and Congress didn't didn't see it as a priority and neither did most of the American people again were like tired of foreign intervention but the secret war was the CIA. Doing in Nicaragua I mean they were doing. A bunch of different aren't things they were. They were the things that got famous were that they were helping contras. Lay Mines in the Nicaraguan harbors so that ships coming in from other countries would not wanNA trade with Nicaragua under the Sandinista regime. They were setting up the CIA sort of helped set up. This front organization is not the right word but they set up the sort of Public Facing Directorate Directorate of Contra Representatives who served as a as a friendly face of the anti-communist resistance when a lot of people were suspecting that the anti-communist resistance was quite brutal and against staffed by National Guardsmen who had served under Somoza the wanted to present a different face. They wanted there to be good guys. And as part of that effort for you know they were spreading for instance. There was a CIA sponsored manual for how to be a good contra that they destroy assassinating police officers armed services all government officials. Yeah and so there were there. Were instructions in there that when allies was the word exactly code code for assassination. Yeah and so when when those instructions were were exposed like that was very shocking to a lot of people including members of Congress who felt like this was a violation of the show. Oh so there's a congressman Democratic Congressman Edward Boland gets the Boland amendment to a defense authorization or defense appropriations. Bill passed asked later. That measures toughened up and basically the United States cannot send money to the CONTRAS. And that's where the story picks. The bulletin movement made it illegal for any intelligence agency to fund the CONTRAS and so the decision was made at the NFC that well that Security Council is not an intelligence agency. What's this run the operation? I love that little lawyering Clever lawyering by the White House Lawyers Bowling amendment it says no intelligence agencies of the US government can spend money to arm the contras and assist them in their war and then the White White House lawyers say well we the White House. We're not an intelligence agency so we can conduct this secret war. Do I have that right. I gotTA gotTa get the money. Who was the lawyer who came up with this? Sounds like something bill bar. Ah seized on. If he was around then I think he was at the CIA. Yeah Yeah Actually I. I don't know who sort of who had idea initially. But that's sort of how north got involved because he was a staffer on National Security Council. So Ollie North is conducting the secret war again. He's advising the Contra leaders he's going down there Dr and helping them. strategize wants to open up a southern front that the Sandinistas wouldn't be stretched thin in battling the contras. But as as you said like there's this question of where does the money any kind of I I love this. He's raising money from private citizens. I The name Ellen. Gar Wounds Thought of that and of course the Sultan of Brunei but Ellen Garwood is an interesting character yes. She was one of these like old wealthy. Republican donors whom they approached to help the freedom fighters. You know I think the money they raised through through these. Private donors probably relatively modest but they you know they would give presentations. Oliver North had a had a slide show which he kind of made the case for the contras at the cash. You referenced Grenada. In that slide show is like an example of how good we are at this if we put our minds to it. There's one donor I don't. Garwood was a different one. Who wanted her name printed on the missile that she was sponsoring a meetings with Reagan? And so it was it was a real like fundraising operation operation. But ultimately this is how the conscious story merges with. Yeah because they weren't making enough. They weren't raising enough money for the really. We're we're in bad shape. They they were falling apart. You know one other way they were raising money was approaching foreign governments. They got millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia to fund the CONTRAS. You mentioned the Sultan of Brunei. That's actually a funny story because when in a got the commitment from the saloon. I think it was ten million Alvarado Secretary on hall whose name Remember Apparently allegedly allegedly Mis transcribed one of the tracking number routing number digits and so the money did not end up in the right bank account All right so so basically you have have these two strands of secret foreign policy. The Reagan White House is secretly selling arms to Iran through shady. Eighty middlemen and arms dealers and secretly the Reagan. White House is conducting this war against the Nicaraguan Karaguanov government that Congress has banned and at some point it all gets exposed So it got exposed sort of one step at a time. The first thing that happened was October of eighty six one of the airplanes that was being used to airdrop ammunition and weapons and food to the CONTRAS was shot down Hossan Focus House and I was is that it does who was awesome because he was a former marine who had who had gotten hired to work on the airdrop operation and he was one of four people on his plane. When it was shot down by US and needs to soldier with a rocket launcher you had a parachute survived? And you've got taken prisoner. And fairly readily appeared before reporters and Nicaraguan said. Yeah I'm I've been working for these guys who are affiliate of the US government And that sort of exposed yet again. Not For the first time that it's spite of all the Ti- attempts to block American aid to the contras by Congress the US continued providing that aid and so hospice was like flesh and blood proof of that fact so that Gobert eighty six and a month later coincidentally as far as I can tell the other part of the operation was exposed when the Lebanese magazine reported on the arms sales to Iran and that report pretty quickly made its way picked up on that as I recall it. Yeah actually I don't. I don't know the forensics on like how that story kind of funneled its way into the American medium. Sure it it didn't Mcfarland and the cake that happened in between allocate that the cake Well so after McFarland left government as he feared the negotiations through Ghorbani far continued their more shipments more to get hostages back and the decision was reached. That like if we want to keep doing this if we if we actually think this is this is viable. We got to meet these. so-called moderates we have to talk to them face to face and so north and Ghorbani far negotiated a in-person meeting between highly high-ranking American officials and high-ranking Iranians who are according to are are the ones he'd been dealing with and the meeting was going to be in Tehran where American officials not stepped foot in since before the revolution and over North Mcfarland Arlen. Who brought back from retirement to to staff this mission Sky Howard Tiger with the Middle East expert in the NFC staff couple other people say officer who spoke Farsi Travel Tehran and the secret mission associates? They had to you know. The fluid is rarely plane down there and they stripped the Israeli plane. Of all its markings. No one would know what it was and as they flew to Tehran Iran they had this whole scheme worked out where the pilots would give different. Call signals to the different air traffic controllers on the ground and as they pass over various countries.
"borroni" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"I also wanted to ask you about optus like trends with female celebrities. getting engaged to like art guys 'cause. I seem to recall that Jennifer. Lawrence's princes fiance is also like some sort of art person also she released her like Amazon Bridal Registry today which you guys should check out and I thought it was really like how does character for her just to even release that very odd sort of Hooghly behavior on her part. Is he bringing her down from them to a WHO. I can't even remember his name so maybe he's enough all right. AH THAT'S IT turned dollar store schedule Yummy pop the angry women belong land. Let's start Dr with Jenny slate because that's where you started. Bobby Knight can't remember whether we've talked about this on the show before or got cut or if we have have it must've been either boring and we forgot it or we cut it because it was boring. I'm not sure I feel like vampire. Weekend is responsible for a lot of this Lake Hollywood women just falling for like preppy. Massachusetts dudes no no. I think you're being a little. I think you're being a little cynical here here. I don't think vampire weekend's responsible for this art. It's if you told me the Jenny slate and Jet Jennifer Lawrence were huge vampire yeah per weekend fans I would not be surprised is from Massachusetts literally from Massachusetts. That's her whatever and also as you and I both know. Vampire weaken can is partially actually mostly kind of a exaggeration and parody of Massachusetts and the vibe Ben Shattuck. He lives on Cutty Toyland bench attic. I don't think he lives there but I think he had but he does have a writer's retreat on Cutty Hug. Cutting hunk is a tiny tiny island off of Cape Cod that like really nobody lives on year round. I think there's like ten people who live there year round but it's not really one of the islands you live on like it's near Martha's vineyard but it's it's in the vineyard sound but it's not it's like one twentieth. The size of Martha's vineyard and you can't even really get there from Cape Cod. I was you have to go to new Bedford which just like back in the in mass. It's all in Masters online from there. My point is writer out this or interesting about this is that she went from dating like in a-list hunk to being like the life that I want for myself like could not want this any less and found what is arguably the opposite like a creative intellectual cutie who doesn't even live near Hollywood Hollywood not even close who wants nothing to do with Hollywood unless he's dating someone who's part of it clearly right right but he but I guess and also part of the bigger trend here is that she's not the first big a you know a list. E is genuine. LSD But like she's she's. I would caller caller of them but she's not. She's not a a celebrity who the first lady to be dating art guys. We are now seeing this trend quote unquote of these women dating dating our guys marrying. Our guys got J. Law Who's marrying Cook Moroni my favorite one of these guys which is like who the fuck is eat and Sienna Miller is dating David's Werner's son Lucas who David's Werner's like a gallery EST and hers. His son is also gallery Ellie Goulding just married Casper jopling an art guy is isn't he an art gallery to yeah and girl while Heidi Klum before Heidi Klum married Tom. Colette's she she was dating Julian Schnabel. Yeah and there was another. Sh- novel who was dating amber heard or is it the same novel. I think it was the same Schnabel I think the customer Kamal Shovel gets around Schnabel gets around so yeah when the neck and beckons when the Schnabel wobbles when the Shnell wobbles. Oh Oh so I mean the thing is you put a lot of you. Put a lot of links in here that I clicked on. He's like a writer. He's like an intellectual. He wrote that essay. I mean I read half of it and I was like I don't need to keep doing this. No no no the pleasures of sleeping outdoors and I was there I get it. I don't guess shaddock is serious like there's a difference between shattuck and Cook Maroney Cook. Moroni me is a little bit of like a do. She Gallery Guy Bench. Traffic is like he's like on the he's in the sand. He's on the ground like with the writers like doing the very he's writing wrong. Hands writing shorthand. He's writing left hand and right hand just joking Cook. Maroney seems like he's more of the New York Art Guy. The Sh- sh- knob early cook Maroney seems very like I got an inheritance and I'm like GonNa spend it on an art gallery and Jenny slate fiancee's like I'm. I'M GONNA go into the woods and I'm gonNA write. His life seems also very like low. Cost is also one of those people who just truly like lives a very small small life which is why Jenny slate who still arguably has like do her job in Hollywood. It's going to be interesting for her to be like going back and forth between these lionize little reprieve. I agree the appeal of me too me too but it's interesting that that's going to be her life. anyways back to Jennifer Lawrence Prince who is in way more of spotlight situation in terms of her marriage her future marriage to cook. I cannot believe she's marrying sewing Cook Borroni right. I think it's perfect and also the thing about Cook Maroney. He looks a lot like bench attic. He looks like a younger bench attic. Do you think that like Cook. Maroni has a sense of humor. That's really amazing or something. I just feel like we all were like jail-like. She's so funny in cool and like what is her. What is her deal and then I would would have to say they're probably both they probably both got like a very intense and sort of nasty sense of humor. You have to be on galas level. I feel like she's really intense yeah. I don't think Ajay Law would work with someone like Ben Shattuck. I think she needs someone. Who's more like her. No you know what I mean like Jenny slate like I want someone who slows me down but I feel like Jennifer Lawrence want someone who's equally intense. Cook Moroni in general and Jennifer Lawrence or like. I'm not accusing but like doing coke in the bathroom through like at the opening price energy accusing I'm just saying that's the energy because only different Manhattan Guy. He's on guy and then Ben Chatter because like I'm going to be in the woods. I'm not even comparing them anymore. I'm just moving on to Lake Cook. Maroney like dynamic which I find interesting because I I feel like she could either go with a guy who slows her down like like Jenny slate or a guy who's on her level and I think you're right like he had to be on her level which is like a very high high level because she's really not intense serious but like intense crazy but it's like every photo of them walking around smiling you sort of get the feeling like they spent the past fifteen minutes shit talking one of their best friends val. You know what I mean yeah and it was really bugging funny. uh-huh oh it was absolutely hilarious so as the caller said. Jennifer Lawrence just launched her quote Unquote Wedding Registry on you guys know that writing registry it's it's. It's a thing that says I'm GonNa read the quote at the top first of all none of these quotes we just explain how Jennifer Lawrence talks all of the things that are in quotes on this Jennifer Lawrence wedding registry three or the opposite of Jennifer Lawrence. Don't think you guys. I think you guys understand that. It's not actually her wedding red dusty right like it's it's sponsored content that they're calling wedding registry because because she is engaged they're giving their basically promoting the fact that you can use Amazon as a wedding registry by Jennifer Lawrence would do if she used an Amazon wedding registry which obviously she is not it says planning a wedding is so exciting but it can be overwhelming for anyone else needing a little inspiration. I thought it'd be fun to collaborate with Amazon to share a few view of my favorite registry wishlists items. It's so easy and you can find everything. You need element place nowhere in that introduction. Does it say that she's using Amazon as a wedding registry. She's she's not like by me things off my wedding registry on Amazon. It's just like a way to package her sponsored. She's definitely getting paid for now. They're wrapping so many I mean we talked about the Jeremy Renner one but there's also a lot of like. LSD Vibes on here. I'm sure they're paying super well for this shit. They're really trying to blow it out. I think it looks like garbage. Amazon is an ugly ugly website. It's not meant to like look pretty. It's meant to like be exclusively functional like you just need a place to buy paper towels quizzes ugly version of what Sh- what strategist it just. Does you know like how they go to a celebrating their like. What can't you live without and then it's actual interesting passages about like the one with Amy Sedaris and like things that people by that they love? This is the boring lazy stupid version of that like there's nobody here. There's no voicing nece it's like. Oh Yeah. Robot your Wi extender thing. It says a smart. There's there's a subcategory called smart home and Jennifer Lawrence quote if she ever said this like I will eat crow if you can get audio of Jennifer Lawrence saying this with my schedule. Sometimes there's nothing better than a quiet night at home. Don't believe it. Here's the things that will help make any me homefield cozy and organized just the way I like it and the two things in that list are a a robot mop by the room but people and then a Wifi extender in what world is Jennifer Lawrence telling anyone to buy a Wifi extender. It's true like she doesn't extend the Wi fi in her own home. Are you kidding me who extends the wife life like what rich person extends the why their own if you have a home in New York big enough to need extended Wifi. You're not doing the extending. She's call exhausted. She's like I can't get Wifi fucking bedroom drove and then someone takes care of it. She doesn't know how it doesn't matter. Jennifer Lawrence is too busy and too so lucky to know how. We're so lucky to have to know how she's amazing. I just love her her archetype her to like think of as this big care is this character that she is is. We're very low. I mean we've talked about it. It's the same reason I find constance. Wu as reported the conference with the heart would like you to not believe exists yet that I believe is the real constants we rely on. That's that's the that's the archetype you want from celebrity right if I if I WANNA hang out with if I want to think about a boring person I I will look at myself. I will look at like the people in my life like wow people to be used me dragged. We want famous people to be what we heard and like Quirky and insane and ghastly unlike us she would tell you gos- in like one minute. She'd be like Nice to meet you. Let me tell you some bullshit about l. Emma stone and he'd be like yes. I who weekly I just read this incredibly troubling headline one ago stating live. PD Star in in real life cop sean sticks lurking so I'd I'd use investigating see who this man is sergey this man but not sorry and and the only information I.
"borroni" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"New area with a path flanked by stone monoliths will also honor those who are second or died from exposure to toxins after the towers fell one of those six monoliths weighing more than fifteen. Tonnes was nearly complete last week at the rock of ages granted manufacturing company, the new memorial estimated to cost about five million dollars. It's being paid for by a variety of sources, including New York, state, fundraising and private donations. It is expected to be dedicated at the end of may of video gone viral of a toddler falling out of a moving car while still in a car seat. Now, the parents are being given another heads up about installing child safety seats Cam which has no sound shows. A right turn being made in the car seat. Go flying out the back door with the child still inside the toddlers. Okay. But parents listen up a recent consumer reports study found seventy three percent of you think your child's car seat is attached correctly in reality less than half of you actually do. There are a number of website. Sites and videos that help you get those latches hooked up correctly, including a consumer reports if you still can't figure it out ask your local police or fire department. A lot of them will show you how and do it for you for free, Cheri Preston. ABC news ten nineteen a new bar in New Jersey is defending itself against claims that dress code was aimed at people of color. The owner of the Ashford in Jersey City says a placard was up for just a day during the bars. Soft opening and calls. It a mistake among the band of peril. Oversized, jewelry and chains headphones or lower baggy pants some patrons took to social media to call that dress code racists. The Borroni says the dress code had nothing to do with race whatsoever. And on this day in history. Prohibition. What started on.
"borroni" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"A stern warning today if the uk leaves the european union without a deal next may the company will be forced to reconsider its longterm investment in the country the bbc's rob young explains boss is frustrated with the lack of progress and says a failure to agree transition period could be catastrophic for the company the craft makers paul it's cross the english channel multiple times abbas estimated could take a financial hit of more than a billion dollars a week if there's no deal the company which is partly owned by several european governments says airbus would then have to reconsider its investments in the uk tom williams is the company's chief operating officer i think we've become increasingly street it was to like of quality we had already beginning to press the button on crisis actions and clearly that the challenge of this it's a went off decision it'll be a cd is of significant decisions that will accumulate as we go over the next couple of months work at the ab swing factory at broughton in north wales the welsh government to said the company's comments on extremely worrying but the uk government says given the progress it's continuing to make in the brexit negotiations it doesn't take specked wells it cools a no deal scenario to arise rob young let's do the numbers global stocks are mixed opec leaders meet in vienna today to hash out increasing production by about one million barrels per day iran has been opposed but according to reports venezuela says there is support among all participating countries now on sunday turkey goes to the polls amid a rocky economic landscape president reggie type aired one as opposed raising interest rates but economists say turkey's economy is growing too fast the bbc's at butler reports this has been a snap election no one was ready for it cooled early by presidente one to wrongfoot his opponents perhaps some analysts because the country's currency as hit a bit of a rocky patch then sherry became eighty two business is not as good as it should be right now we see sisal economic crisis more and more in months but downbeat assessment comes from local borroni sire anything who gave me his verdict on the economy we see the effect of inflation the rages all look people are not rising but prices are going up now texas in turkey are increasing their particularly texas ultimate secretly every six months in turkey or demo founder and chief executive of real estate construction company neff isn't quite as pessimistic as that he is a standard winner after all in the country's recent construction boom they are lucky because there's no replacing product so minimum eight hundred thousand because of the population because there are more more people and you're having to build more and more homes do you fear the fact that the turkish liras going down in value yes because it affects costs there will be hell of bankruptcies so really is going to win this election we'll give him the country's economic problems it really does seem a wideopen contest opinion polls suggest that close to hof of the turkish electorate gonna cost that vote for the president ahead of any of his rivals but pollsters also reckon he's going to struggle to win an overall majority in parliament ed butler is your bosses bark worse than his bite the bbc's victoria craig has been exploring a possible solution to work related stress that's ricardo my sixty ish pound six year old greyhound mix he says hi few things are more comforting than a pair of big brown is eagerly and excitedly staring at me so it got me thinking what would it be like to take my boy to the office for britain's annual take your dog to work day.
"borroni" Discussed on Business Daily
"The market because our external debt in last five years has increased quite substantially so basically turkeys growth model dependent on borrowing abroad in dollars or euros which creates an exchange rate wrist for the corporates so all of these billions of dollars of american or european money that was coming into was effectively fueling the economic growth here yes that's sure and it was also impacting the inflation rate because higher domestic demand results as you know in inflation and depreciation of the currency also increases the cost of inputs to the industry's therefore increases the prices on the how bad is the inflation right now it's around two percent turkeys one of the highest inflation countries around the world right now turkish economist zumra immobile i'm wondering through downtown istanbul this is east asia which is one of the busiest shopping streets awash with all of the usual international fashion brands h diesel levi mango but the prices of these goods are going up dramatically the local traders telling me twelve percents and one of the stools i just went into goes the trend rapidly pass me the price there is seventeen percent and then if you go into the some of the really high end stool selling perfumes prices are up as much as forty percent for some of the brands effectively that means try to say local people simply on buying anymore sherry beginning eighty two this is not as good as it should be right now we see size of economic crisis more and more in the long but downbeat assessment comes from local borroni sirithan who will serve me some brutally strong turkish coffee on the terrace of his downtown gave me his verdict on the economy we see the fx of inflation the rages all look people are not rising but prices are going up now texas in turkey are increasing their particularly texas ultimate secretly every six months in turkey to arco mainly so people are not coming as they used to to bars to places like this there's texts for lands text for music text four cleaning an exit cetera also ran side high electric prices.
"borroni" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"I deserve what's up in your world on that you on it yet would dave ramsey deal i could do a time her mother and i 20 anti on on the show he up twenty seventy five thousand dollars a dead uh good on an doesn't only did i ha uh i make a birdie by wooden darwin again the banging on how many how do they clean because i'm a how people don't have like you took hold it develop a plan to do that and can what do you wish study i will let you go for our any incursion like nick link nor become a nurse or near i i it's gonna go on a community it is gonna called me about twelve thousand dollars on you the question i have been denying my be on but before i go to school should i still i in class uh of course i can i can be done with my look my debt you eighteen months but i'm going to be there because i'm going to be worth being like a man yet lukas show your plan is to pay off the debt build it emerged leading fun and then governor schenk school was i trip lamp yes okay i let the the community college agolli at date i thought i'd be i'm going to be awaken lifetime but if they want to go in a night like i even begin is gonna be twenty seven thousand dollars a year um but what i was thinking if pay it they pay my buried off and i got enough were uh big money on amazon of birth i can definitely do it not knowing about it but you knew what are your thoughts about that is the the student loan debt that you have is a sallie mae lunch yeah honor so those for all those could be put on hold while you're in school run uh i i get all but i think he can i can knock them out before thought i don't worry about any any of that in animal and mining all of england heavy you borroni more money under slinky that as an are in you'll probably make more money than you are making now and if that would if we put you uh if you saved up a small emergency flown in the saved up your 12000 and then head into school put the.
"borroni" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To have that to be able to play that for your team a documentary from hashtag tommy the final installment all premised on the patriots winning that game so the patriots day and the eagle way i think you know a lot of players out there are happy to be the way the patriots want their guys to be but the eagles of proven there's another way to do it what are you got stats i remember i think was the first time the patriots neagle's played in the super bowl what didn't ballot check read the plans for the philly super bowl parade route to the team asking in that deadpan so that's where it's going to be in case you're attending this great idea any but he you use that look and and i love to hear that kind of stuff because it it makes the players seem more accessible to the rest of us who get upset by actual or perceived slights and set of our professionals we don't pay any attention to that borroni baloney they don't we had met forte on the show once and we asked him questions about that and he acted like players don't care polonia they don't care of course they care i don't know why they try to act like they don't care you get your motivation anywhere you can find it and i'm sure plenty of coaches have taken things out of context have embellished exaggerated or flat out lied in order to push their players buttons it's easier when they hand it to you but if they don't hand it to you you have to find a way to get them fired up you have to find a way to get the people appropriately motivated to go out the because ultimately what you are asking players to do and this doesn't get discussed the way it used to because of concerns about player health and safety but what you are asking players to do is go out there and attempt to impose their physical will on the opponent and the more you can motivate them to hit the other guy harder than they otherwise would want to is to get them mad here's a connection between physical exertion and anger and if you can make them mad now have to know how to control and they have no one to stop it but if you can make them mad and get them to.
"borroni" Discussed on The NFL Show
"Mccarthy has to send a message to his team that he believes and humbly you know when brady got her back in the year he got hurt there were two quarterback scheduled to come to england on tuesday for just a random try out just to keep their emergency list in check though checks saddam hall they got that hotel that monday night monday were sunday night they went home monday morning he wanted everybody to know that mac castle was the starting quarterback and he was sticking with them mccarthy did the smart thing this week hey we're going with brett humbly he's our guy we got a lot of confidence in them he played bad today threw three interceptions but we're gonna get a week of practice and things were going to be fine with brett homely i'm not sure about that yeah and i was like they cut the booth at halftime there and we saw the you know the the main guys on saturday for borroni harrison they're all doing the whole bread humbly treatment of you know this guy's finally getting his chance and you know we saw him drafted in 2015 ucla guy 6foot3 as all the measurable i mean the guy is first pass of the game is oh for one for an interception you know for the season is 55 percent completion percentage is one touchdown 3 interceptions in his career we haven't seen britain holly do it the nfl level so he's not gonna be aaron rodgers i feel bad for bread holly because the people going to dare him to beat i mean look when you play aaron rodgers you're worried about a moving in the pocket you know all those plays that green bay run that are that that people complain about aaron rogers or whatever those plays at he producers yards on aren't going to be the same production of yards for bread helmet agosta that right now they're broken plays for the most most of the time they are broken plays right and so now he's going to have to handle a whole different set of how people are gonna i'm defensively like a minnesota.
"borroni" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Find women young women many ordinary hit who wanted to become star that playboy mansion wicket a price of oil g all right and you all the hollywood people went back and participate in it and when he had a show on tv witted smoke jacket on any our guy mugler county safe sure even happy and i think he i think he heard a lot of barakat i not mine i i'm not going to say they heard mine i'm not repay my husband it look at the prayed would book that ended but my children learn somebody's home and they had playboy walk in the bottom of their vanity and they went to get something from demanding and then both of them but i just feel sorry what if dr hurry young we any i always had three young women not one three that he rigged way i offer my after a quick i don't understand man what the flooring or how he had the family to keep up with women is very funny very good merrill it that's a very good spiel thank eagle in much laura that's a good spread thank you for that one i that's good thank you spritz nice one eight five five four seven two eight two oh my god borroni get slammed for making racist doormat with nfl jerseys of marche worn lynch and colin pimple neck why is that his first amendment right to make a doormat of their jerseys why should get slammed why is it racist to make a doormat of their jerseys if if a have borrowed make a doormat the jersey's because there are bunch of despicable antiamerican liars that seoul nothing to do with race stay by the you wanna make it about raised they made it about race the originally say because they're black americans no good is that not what they're saying i make a let's clear the air who made about race first deputy neil is about they don't like america what did i make ether thirty two million only sixteen million if it wasn't a racist country they make thirty two million not sixteen manufa kicking a ball he hit us stupid let's see what's next on the air juror refuses to put a black man in jail forcing missed trial in brooklyn manslaughter case no comment okay why school librarian turned down books donated by milania trump.
"borroni" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Work out in their own way maryland on wabc in new york what are you thinking you hafner yeah hi not only are villain i could you to gaucho every time i looked at me and i four evil capital lifetime women young women many of them varying who wanted to become star that playboy mansion which is a place of or g all right and you all the hollywood people went there and pipe the painted an and when he had a show on tv where the no check it on any of that mugler county faith sure he was happy and i think he i think he heard a lot of can i not mine i i'm not going to say they heard mine i'm not going to say my i didn't look at the plane would book but that ended but my children learn somebody's home and they had playboy walk in the bottom of the variety and they went to get something from denying any and then they saw them but i just feel sorry when he to corinne young we only i always had three young when the not one three that he ripped way i offer my acura click i don't understand man whoppi flooring here are highly at the family to keep up with women is very funny very good merrill it could very good spiel thank eagle in much admired that's a good spread thank you for that one and that's good thank you spritz nice one eight five five four seven two eight two oh my god borroni get slammed for making racist doormat with nfl jerseys of marche worn lynch and colin pimple neck why is that his first amendment right to make a doormat of their jerseys why should get slammed why is it racist to make a doormat of their jerseys if i had a bar i'd make a doormat at that jerseys because there are a bunch of despicable antiamerican liars that seoul nothing to do with race stay by their you wanna make.
"borroni" Discussed on WJR 760
"Dream that i was with donald trump last night in my dream but only just a dream it was a detailed conversation of about this whole immigration thing and i gave him the ideas on how to solve the problem by maintaining somewhat of his credit something of its credibility with the people who voted for him that was the dream was an interesting dream maybe i drank too much board though less that at all no but the dream was sweet it was a good dream friend the my cooks and pizza's in his house on trays that were used by his grandfather in brooklyn i couldn't believe the sky lives in a mansion and in the middle of the things that we just went over to get over pick up some wine and we we hung gaza wonderful wonderful night turned out he said michael you want some pizza i'd never really menem before is a friend of the family very close friend of the family but not in me so yeah i love pizzas my weakness say at a guy old restaurant so effort since he's a young man in brooklyn everywhere else beverly hills thailand he's in a restaurant owner borroni great guy remain anonymous c he whipped shot the trays aluminum trays that of so they have so many lines on them from the wheel i couldn't believe it and he made this pizza and he said michael listen to this is a came out of his little oven he should listen listen she rolls the wheel over the pizza and you hear a crack the crust crafts correct cracks because it was a very thin crust it's a cillian ply happens to be a sicilian guy man did he ever deft touch she says look at the trade michael look how use this is my father used in his pizza shop and he said even my grandfather used that when he was a a key i couldn't believe that's an heirloom right here's a.
"borroni" Discussed on KELO
"Dream that i was with donald trump last night in my dream but i don't mean just a dream it was a detailed conversation about this whole immigration thing and i gave him the ideas on how to solve the problem by maintaining somewhat of its crisis something of its credibility with the people who voted for him that was the dream was an interesting dream maybe i drank too much board though less than i don't know but the dream of sweden was a good dream friend of mine cooks and pizza's in this house on trays that were used by his grandfather in brooklyn i couldn't believe the sky lives in a mansion and in the middle of things that we just went over to get over she pick up some wine and we we hung gaza won the for wonderful night turned out he said michael you want some pizza i'd never really menem before he's a friend of the family very close friend of the family but not in me so yeah i love pizzas my weakness say where the guy on restaurants arthur since he's a young man in brooklyn everywhere else beverly hills thailand he's in a restaurant owner borroni is a great guy remain in autumn a c he whipped shot the trace aluminum trays that a so they have so many lines on them from the wheel i couldn't believe it i made this pete's and he said michael listen to this is a came out of his little oven he should listen listen she rolls the wheel over the pizza and you hear a crack the crust crap speak cracks because it was a very thin crust it's a cillian imply happens to be a sicilian guy mandate he ever deft touch she says look at the trade michael look how use this is my father used in his pizza shop and he said even my grandfather used that when he was a a key i couldn't believe that's.
"borroni" Discussed on KKAT
"Don't you asked me i'll tell you what they like i had a dream that i was with donald trump last night in my dream but i don't mean just a dream it was detailed conversation of about this whole immigration thing and i gave him the ideas on how to solve the problem by maintaining somewhat of his credit something of his credibility with the people voted for him that was the dream was an interesting dream maybe i drank too much board though less that at all no but the dream was sweet it was a good dream friend of mine cooks a pizzas in his house on trays that were used by his grandfather in brooklyn i couldn't believe the sky lives in a mansion and in the middle of the things we just went over to get over pick up some wine and we we hung gaza wonderful wonderful night it turned out he said michael you want some pizza i'd never really menem before is a friend of the family very close friend of the family but not in make so yeah i love pizzas my weakness say at a guy old restaurant so effort since he's a young man in brooklyn everywhere else beverly hills thailand he's in a restaurant owner borroni is a great guy remain in nonemergency he whipped shot the trays aluminum trays that a so they have so many lines on them from the wheel i couldn't believe it anyway made this pizza and he said michel listen to this is a came out of his little oven he should listen listen she rolls the wheel over the pizza and you hear a crack the crust scraps big correct cracks because it was a very thin crust it's a silly imply happens to be a sicilian god man did he have a deft touch she says look at the trained michael look how use this is my father used in his pizza shop and he said even my grandfather used that when he was a key i can't believe that's an heirloom right here's a.
"borroni" Discussed on WTMA
"The dream it was a detailed conversation about this whole immigration thing and i gave him the ideas on how to solve the problem by maintaining somewhat of his credit something of his credibility with the people voted for him that was the dream was an interesting dream maybe i drank too much board though less than i don't know but the dream was swayed was a good dream from the mind cooks and pizza's in his house on trays that were used by his grandfather in brooklyn i couldn't believe the sky lives in a mansion and in the middle of the things we just went over to get overseas pick up some wine and we we hung out a wonderful wonderful night a turned out he said michael you want some pizza i'd never really menem before is a friend of the family very close friend of the family but not in me so yeah i love pizzas my weakness say at the guy on restaurants so effort since he's a young man in brooklyn everywhere else beverly hills thailand he's in a restaurant owner borroni is a great guy remain an anonymous c he whipped south to trace aluminum trays that a soda have so many lines on them from the wheel i couldn't believe it anyway made this pete's and he said michel listen to this is a came out of his little oven he should listen listen she rolls the wheel over the pizza and you hear a crack the crust crap big cracks because it was a very thin crust it's a cillian pie happens to be a sicilian guy man did he have a deft touch she says look at the trade michael look how use this is my father used it in his pizza shop and he said even my grandfather used that when he was a a key i couldn't believe that's.